The Death card foretells a change & asks you to think about how you view change. Is it something that you thrive on, fear or view cautiously?
The Hermit is one who is on his own journey, in a quest to know his own authentic truth, path and wisdom. He knows that he is on time & on course.
“And one has to understand that braveness is not the absence of fear, but rather the strength to keep on going forward despite the fear.”
The Chariot is all about courage, willpower & discipline & about charging forward & onward without the surety of success. It is this courage to move forward in the face of uncertainity that defines one as a hero.
The Lovers are about the choices we make, how we love ourselves & whom we invite into our lives to share love & intimacy with.
The Emperor is more like a benign father who creates a safe, secure, stable environment by enforcing discipline and setting boundaries.
The Empress is the mother archetype in the Tarot. She is feminine abundance, fertility, creativity, love and fierce nurturing.
The Fool is the soul unencumbered by the trappings of the ego, mores of society, and expectations. He is a traveler, who carries no baggage
The Tarot contains the wisdom of the ages. It has so many esoteric threads from Indian Mysticism, Egyptian intelligence, Biblical Prudence.
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.