Yemaya was a River goddess from Nigeria. In Brazil and Cuba she is known as the goddess of the Ocean. She is sacred to the Yoruba people.
Understanding Tarot Through Mythology Series: Dionysus the Greek God is a perfect personification of The Fool, who seeks new experience.
The land of Atlantis and the downfall of man as a result of Hubris has been the subject of many a myth.
Plato, Ovid, Donne, glorified the union of two sexes in one as a model of perfection. The Ardhanarishvara too is a supreme form of Shiva.
The Compassion of Kuan Yin, translates to the Ace of Cups. The Ace of Cups is an ever-flowing fountain representing all-encompassing love.
While Judgement usually calls to mind eschatology from various cultures, it is more about coming into your own and going through a renewal.
Mythology is the rich tapestry through which we get a glimpse of the collective unconscious of the world. the Tarot consists of a deck of 78 cards and together they form a three dimensional access to your subconscious.
Tarot Works on the principle of synchronization. It shows us what we need to focus on, to reach our potential and helps us push the envelop!
The Queen of Cups is essentially a healer, with a brilliant imagination. She is empathetic, sensitive & works well with children or animals.
The Page Of Cups is an intuitive, romantic who is in love, with love. The Page teaches you to love yourself & to trust your intuition.