Your Tarot Deck: The Major Arcana

When studying the Major Arcana cards, it is important to remember that they have a storyline structure. This structure is commonly referred to as the Fool's Journey, which is known to be a metaphor for one's journey through life. And as such, each Major Arcana card signifies a stage in this journey. This post will provide a brief description of what each Major Arcana card represents.

Caring for Your Tarot Deck

After getting your first tarot deck, you're eager to start working with your cards. But don't let your excitement get the best of you and move too quickly! First and foremost, you should cleanse and charge your cards. This post offers some tips and tricks with respect to caring for your tarot cards.

Lammas Ritual for Demeter

Dedicated to Demeter Offerings: Sheaves of wheat, torch, grain, barley, pennyroyal, mint and poppy. Supplies: a symbol for Demeter Goal: To help you to overcome obstacles Raise Power: Meditation using a rooting technique. Imagine yourself in your peaceful place and seeing roots flowing from your body. Place the roots in the ground and allow all good energy enter... Continue Reading →

Litha Ritual for Cerridwen

Dedicated to Cerridwen Offerings: Barley, oats, wheat, rice, peanuts, sunflower seeds or poppy Supplies: a symbol for Cerridwen like a statue and a cauldron Goal: To help you gain the skill of creativity and inspire you to do your best Raise Power: Meditation using a rooting technique. Imagine yourself in your peaceful place and seeing... Continue Reading →

Litha Ritual for Hathor

Dedicated to Hathor Offerings: Sandalwood, turquoise or rose incense Supplies: a symbol for Hathor like a statue, mirrors or a cow. Goal: To drive negativity away Raise Power: Meditation using a rooting technique. Imagine yourself in your peaceful place and seeing roots flowing from your body. Place the roots in the ground and allow all... Continue Reading →

Litha Ritual for Nephthys

Dedicated to Nephthys Offerings: Baskets, myrrh, turquoise or carnelian Supplies: a symbol for Nephthys like statue, fire or a hawk Goal: To bring hope into your life Raise Power: Meditation using a rooting technique. Imagine yourself in your peaceful place and seeing roots flowing from your body. Place the roots in the ground and allow... Continue Reading →

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