In my previous blog I covered the Tarot’s suit of Cups. The suit of Wands differ in a big way. The wands represent the element of fire. As far as the Tarot is concerned, fire is passion, environment, spirituality and creativity. They also share some of the other traits of the Cups and Swords.
I always think of the Wands as the pilot light within us. They speak to ambition and determination. When a Wand card shows up in your reading it will often point to how your body might be functioning given a certain situation. Are you passionate about your career? Are you passionate about your relationship? Or is your job mainly just a paycheck? Read the rest of this entry »
The Tarot’s suit of Cups represents the element of water and signifies our feelings and emotions in readings. It also denotes love, intuition, desires, dreams and relationships – including professional, personal, family and casual relationships.
Beginning with the Ace of Cups through the Court cards (Page, Knight, Queen and King) reveal feelings, intuition and love in a reading. Depending on the context of the Tarot reading and the nature of the particular spread, the Cups describe how we may be feeling towards love and how others in our life feel about love. Is there love between the querent and the other party? Read the rest of this entry »