LENORMAND TAROT READING
The Lenormand Tarot includes a second layer, a playing card placed on top of the image, and it is not without a purpose. It affects the interpretation, the meaning of the image. For example, the card of Mountain is a representation of protection or blockage. You have a choice to stay input or to go over it, gaining new insight, new experiences on the way. Yet the second layer, the Eight of Clubs, is warning that you might be acting in haste, acting without thinking it through beforehand, which could put you in danger. The Eight of Clubs speaks of an end of some sort of delay or blockage in your life. It is telling you not to act in haste or impulse, but think before your next step.
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Paths primarily mean decisions. The card gives you options, solutions to a problem. These options are not easy and need careful consideration. It is a card of free will, a choice, which path you want to choose. You can spend your life concentrating on pain, bitterness, materiality, lust, satisfying your ego, or finding liberation from illusions. It is a war between good and evil, matter over spirit, balance or imbalance, which defines the nature of one's mind, body and ethos. However, greed and the ego's sweet words and her beauty might put you in a trance, letting your guard down, and chose the wrong path. It is a card of mystery, stillness and passivity. On the second level, the Queen of Diamonds presenting the inner world, the ardent manifestation of consciousness. It speaks of wealth that is beyond material possessions. It is knowledge, knowing the way of the...
Key to Tarot
Tarot Meant to find your way home, it takes you to a journey into the Universe, finding the universe within.
Gypsy Tarot is the most popular tool to tell fortune. Each tarot tells a different story, therefore it is important to be sensitive reading and understanding the ancient symbolism hidden within the images. This tarot contains several pictures that were originally seen as illustrations in divination games as well as playing-card, but the whole collection becomes a distinctive tradition with unique images and a format of its own.