The Sun God Surya illuminates the world and symbolizes our conscious self. After the trials of The Moon, the Sun brings awareness!!
The tarot with its rich tapestry is a wonderful tool to access the subconscious. The Tarot consists of 78 cards divided into the greater mysteries called the Major Arcana and smaller mysteries called the Minor Arcana.
Numerology can be used to see if a particular time is optimized for professional change, the challenges and gifts of these changes.
Merlin the Magician was known for his wisdom and his ability to tap into the physical world to create whatever he desired.
Being a Tarot Reader, my practice helped me maintain my balance through CB-Circuit Breaker, HBL-Home Based Learning and QO-Quarantine Order.
Odin, the Norse god, sacrificed himself for the greater good of mankind and was responsible for giving us & thus is a Hanged Man archetype.
The Magician is the male archetype who is focused on manifesting his vision and making it a reality. What you focus on can be your reality.
Lugh Lámfhota, The Irish Hero demonstrates the heroism of The Chariot. The Chariot is about harnessing resources & forging your unique path.
Agamemnon and his betrayal by his wife, is a gory rendering of the Three of Swords which is all about separation, betrayal, and heartache.
The Tarot is Often used to get a Yes or No answer for those quick decisions that we need to take. How accurate is the Yes / No tarot reading?
Tarot is an evolving Spiritual form. The Queen of Swords has always gotten a bad rap but in the modern era she is known for her independence and her intellect. As feminism emerges, The Queen has been redeemed. Traditionally she is known to be a bitter divorced or separated woman, and in the present day like Lilith the Sumerian goddess, she is someone who can stand up for herself.