Tarot Cards Meanings Minor Arcana

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How to Read Tarot Cards Minor Arcana on Tarot Cards

Hi I'm Suzanne Diamond I'm a psychic and I'm with expertvillage. Now we are going into an overview of the minor arcana. The minor arcana differ from the major arcana in that each of the four sub groups that I have here have to do with different aspects of your life. A lot of the time when people are at first are trying to get the timing to when something is going to happen the minor arcana is useful because traditionally when somebody starts to learn how to read from a timing aspects we could read from the pentacles having.

To do with spring. The cups having to do with summer. The swords having to do with winter. Swords having to do with the bomb. If you notice I have them in four rows and I have separated them. The first we are going to go into are the pentacles. The pentacles having to do with the material things, your outcome, your equalizations, your land if you will. Above that we have the cups the cups have to do with relationships, they have to with feelings and emotions. Above that we have the swords have to with battles, outer battles,.

Battles with other people, and in other situations, and on top of that some what similar to the swords are the steps or in other decks they may be called the wands. The steps has to do with moral battles, or more help from the universe or karma that we need to overcome. Also you would notice difference between the major arcana and minor arcana is that the minor arcana has a lot to do with your regular plain deck. You have pages which has to do with messages. The knights has to do with actually taking action. You have queens and.

The Meaning of Each Tarot Card What are the Minor Arcana Tarot Cards

Hi! Now Marybeth Murphy is going to show us, demonstrate the Minor Arcana cards. Right. Each tarot deck is based on two different, it's a large deck of cards, close to about 78 cards per deck. You have the Minor Arcana and the Major Arcana. I'm going to begin talking about the Major Arcana a little bit later on, a little bit more in depth. And these are the Minor Arcana and I put them into 4 different groups. You have the Coins Group, Swords, Cups and Wands. Each group you have an Ace through 10 and then you have a Page,.

Reading Tarot Cards Major and Minor Arcana

Major and Minor Arcana As was mentioned before, the traditional tarot deck is composed of 22 major cards and 56 minor cards. The minor cards have four different suits wands, cups, swords, and coins, and it can be further classified as the number cards that counts from one to ten, and the court cards which features the people of different classes, such as pages, knights, queens, and kings. In interpreting the meaning of tarot cards, the major cards represents a large cycle of life from the beginning to completion, and the minor cards also represent a smaller cycle from one to ten per each suit.

In addition, the court cards stand for the deeper meaning of each symbol's characteristics, or they may sometimes represent people with such personality. The biggest different between major and minor cards is the range of meaning that they span. While the minor cards usually covers a short cycle starting from the beginning of a certain activity to its end, the major cards usually represent a longer journey that starts from an innocent child, who faces the reality, finds his own way, and then finally reaches the status of awakening. Some may simply interpret the major cards to have stronger power,.

While minor cards have weaker one. However, I would like to interpret that the minor cards give us direct advice on the reallife problems we are currently faced with, and that the major cards jumps up to a higher level, and help us consider the effect of the problem on our life as a whole. Each major card represents a certain concept that has important meaning to our lives. Its image is filled with a number of complex symbols, which leave room for various indepth interpretation of each image, and thus it can express complicated reallife situations more effectively.

Therefore, some tarot readers or spreads only use major cards to read the fortune. Of course, it is also possible to read various indepth meaning from the minor cards as well. However, the images are simpler than those of major cards, and the meanings are usually more directly represented. In addition, the minor cards have actual tools wands, cups, swords, coins to solve the problem we face, which suggest the realistic plan for us to take. The tarot cards focus on the balance and harmony. Therefore, I suggest that it would be better to interpret the cards.

Structure of Tarot Deck goddessdix.afoolsjourney

Music Okay. The basic breakdown of a Tarot deck is major and the minor arcana. Acana means secrets. So you have the major secrets and the minor secrets. Now basically, the distinction between these two, when you're working with it, is more about how big or important or transformative that the two are. Um, in addition to that, in the minor arcana, it's broken down into cards from aces, all the way up to 10's and the court cards. And each of these kind of has a different role. If you think of it in terms of what these cards say or questions they answer.

The major arcana answers why. Those are the big questions. The transformative questions, the major issues. Why. In the bigger picture of things, in the grand scheme of life. The minor arcana answers the question what. It covers the everyday activities, the little bits and pieces of life. Court cards answer the question who. Actual individuals. They can also stand for aspects of your personality or, uh, personality flavor to the situation. Um, or, eh maybe a needed type of energy or type of approach. That would be appropriate. But they answer the question.

Who. Now the aces are kind of special. Because they are the seed or the very pure, the purest expression of that suit's energy. And they answer the question where, as in what area of life. So an ace might, will tell you if something is in the, the passionate, um, will, the realm of will and desire and, and action. Okay, that would be an ace of wands. Or, in the rational, intellectual, thinking kind of detached world, that's the ace of swords. Or in the emotional world, the world of the.

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The Meaning of Each Tarot Card What are the Major Arcana Tarot Cards

So, now we learned about the Minor Arcana cards. Now it's time to learn about the Major Arcana cards. Right, and there are 22 Major Arcana cards in total. If you look at the top of each card, in this particular deck they are numbered, and it begins with zero, and each one of them will have a number on top. So, again, this is in this deck, it might change from deck to deck, pretty much not because they're pretty set on what the Major Arcana are in each deck. We'll just focus on three of them right now. The first card.

Is call the Fool, and it's really, it's being foolish, and its really not looking at what's in front of your face. Sometimes, if you notice the picture on here as well, is that the dog down here is trying to get his attention and he's just looking off into oblivion, not paying attention, he's being very foolish, the dog could represent something pretty important in someone's life about the attention that needs to be paid attention to. So, the pictures will tell the story too of what the card is, and that's not only in the Major Arcana, it's.

Also in the Minor Arcana. The next card is the Magician, and knowledge is power. If you look at him he's got all the elements around him of what he's trying to conjure, if you will, but it's basically knowledge is power. Now, the book that comes with the deck, gives a written meaning of each card. So, in this particular case I'll read it. It says knowledge is power and empowerment through the understanding of our own abilities and the world around us. Intelligence and initiative , and that is the Magician. The next card is called the.

High Priestess, and basically she looks very, very regal. The High Priestess is a Queen but it is really your own female intuition. It's dealing with the ultimate female of knowledge. Most females in todays societies are credited with a lot of intuition and that's pretty much what the High Priestess is. It talks about female intuition, spiritual awareness, and acceptance of life's mysteries and that is what female intuition is, really. So, those are the beginning of the Major Arcana and we'll look at the other cards in just a moment.

The Meaning of Each Tarot Card Tips for Understanding the Tarot Deck

And we're back here with Arts and Crafts and Everything Fun with Marybeth Murphy, our spiritual coach, and she's going to summarize everything we've learned about the Minor and the Major Arcana cards. Right, okay, and as I said Tarot is, some people think of it as very negative and it's not. I hope, after watching this information you don't feel that it's that dark. We went through the Minor Arcana and the Major Arcana. The Minor Arcana were the four groups, which were the Wands, the Swords, the Cups and the Coins, and each of those.

Four sets had Ace, two, three, four, five, six, seven, eight, nine and ten, as well as a Page, Knight, Queen and King card. Those are the four sets, each of those that I went through before, were in the four sets and those are the Minor Arcana. And then you have 22 of the Major Arcana. So all those cards combined to compose a deck of about 78 cards. Then, I know later on we'll be doing some readings in other shows and we'll see how all these cards work together. Don't forget, when you use these, I've given you some literal.

Definitions of these cards and how they're all used, but be aware that your intuition plays a huge factor when you do give someone a reading or when someone gives you a reading, so please keep that in mind. Great. Thank you, thank you for teaching us about all this, this is fascinating. It is isn't it It really is exciting. I know, it's awesome and that was it for learning how to use the Tarot cards with my guest Marybeth Murphy. If you want to contact Marybeth you can email her at mmurphysmileyahoo, and she can do a reading for you. Sure, I.

Can do phone readings, I can do, if you want to meet in person, if you're local. So they don't need to be present No, they can be in another part of the country. Contact me through email and we can set that up, and yea, definitely, I do phone readings all the time. Fabulous, that mmurphysmileyahoo. And that was it for today. I'm your host Grace Fraga with Arts and Crafts and Everything Fun and my business is Fraga Framing and Art Gallery. You can check me out at Fragaframeart, and I'm also a comedian so you can check me.

The Meaning of Each Tarot Card All About the Devil, Tower Star Tarot Cards

Hi, welcome back to learning how to use the Tarot Cards, and we have three more Major Arcana cards that we need to learn about. Yes we do. Cool. Now, the card I'm going to start off with, I hope you're all sitting down, if you're on the computer you are, is the Devil. Ah, I know, take it easy, its okay, everyone looks at the Devil going Ah, and this is where the feeling with Tarot that it's the Occult, it's of the Devil and it's all negative and it's not. The Devil is making you look at your own demons. Making you look.

At yourself. And this is a card that I'm definitely going to read from the book about. It's time to confront your demons. Hell is our own creation. We do, we create our own Hell. We can not move forward in our lives without facing that which torments us. That can be negative emotions such as anger, such as fear, such as resentment, vengeance, jealousy. These are all demons, negative emotions which most of us have and actually we all have because we're human, but these are emotions that you can look at in relation to whomever you are dealing with,.

And heal yourself so that you can move forward. The Devil is a great card because it reminds you to look at yourself and look at the fear, look at the Hell that you're creating for yourself. It's a time for healing really, that's what it means. Okay, the next card is the Tower, and this is a pretty interesting card because everyone thinks, how great is that I'm going to be up on a tower. What it's telling you is that if you have a lot of material success in your life don't get smug and don't get compliant. Complacency is not a good thing.

Because sometimes people can ride high on their material successes that they have and feel very confident about it and that happens a lot when we look at history stock market crashes and things like that, I'm very wealthy. Well whatever you can have canned also crumble and that's what the Tower is, it can fall. Treasure everything you have, it's as fragile as a house of cards. It really is, so treasure it and don't be smug about it share your wealth, whatever you have. It's a check about where you are in life and am I happy with.

Who I am and am I okay with all that I have. And remember, true abundance comes from within and if you have a lot of material wealth it's always good to, it's kind of reminding you to share it all because when you give out you get more back, it's just the way the universe works. Okay, and now we're going to look at the Star. The Star means go for it. Reach for the stars, go for it, and look for the stars. And I'm going to read to you a little.

How to Read Tarot Cards The Meaning of the Ace of Cups Tarot Card

Hi. I'm Anubha Gupta on behalf of Expert Village. Now I'll be talking about Ace of Cups. As you can see there is a small child standing with a cup holder in his hand. So that means, cup of course, that means emotions so that means that there is some kind of emotions entering into your life. This is a bird which is a symbol of Liberty. So there is going to be something very liberal, very beautiful that enters in you life. It might just be a friendship, it might be conceiving of a child, or it might be a beautiful relation.

How to Read Tarot Cards Major Arcana in Tarot Cards Part 2

Hi I'm Suzanne Diamond I'm a psychic and I'm with expertvillage. We are going to continue on with the last nine of these major arcana. Starting with the hermit card the hermit card is based on the jewda premises of that one man of the oil lamp looking for a honesty and truth. Next to it we have the wheel of fortune. The wheel of fortune spin the wheel just like the game show the wheel of fortune has to do with good or bad luck depending on where the card started off in your reading. The wheel of fortune changes to the good or.

The bad. Next we have the justice card. The justice card is similar to the hermit card. The justice card basically has to do with fairness, justice, equatable balance. Next to that we have a card which is somewhat controversial you see in the movies when somebody has a death card, the assumption is that the character is going to die. The death card has noting to do 9 times out of ten with death it has to do with natural progression and change. Next to that is another controversial card is the devil card. The devil card having 9.

Times out of 10 nothing to do with the devil or being possessed. It has to do with the seven deadly sins or any one of them depending on your situation of the reading. Next to that we have my unfavorite card but it is a necessary one the tower card has to do with sudden change, inspected change, root shocks, things you are not prepare for. Next to that we have the moon card and the moon card is interesting card it has to do with hidden meanings, ties of time, wildness in general, so it is kind of a interesting card. Next.

How to Read Tarot Cards The Meaning of the Ten of Wands Tarot Card

Hi. This is Anubha Gupta on behalf of Expert Village. Now I will be talking about Ten of Wands. As you can see this person, very tired, he has done everything in his life. There are so many wands which his hand has that means that there is going to be a lot of things that you have putted your hand into because of your over ambitious but now you have become very tired and this is enough that you have done. Now you want to come to.all the kind of work that you have putted your hands into, you just want to bring it to any end. And.

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