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Cards meaning

Nine of Pentacles
Nine of Pentacles

The Nine of Pentacles depicts a woman standing in a garden, dressed in a way that signifies a high status. The card symbolizes a comfortable lifestyle that has been achieved based on merit. It indicates that managing resources and looking ahead is what ensures long-lasting livelihood.

Justice
Justice

Justice is the card of ultimate karma, with her open gaze, set of scales, and a double-edged sword: we receive exactly what we deserve. Make note that, unlike other traditional depictions of Justice, here the figure wears no blindfold. This points to the core elements of the card: truth, honesty, and clear-sightedness. We must fully recognize the past events that have led to our present situation in order to understand and move beyond it. When Justice appears in a reading it should always be given special attention. Look her fully in the eye, and listen carefully to the message she has for you.

king of wands
king of wands

In the King of Wands, we see a figure leaning forward on his throne: he does not seem as solidly planted on his seat as the Queen but, rather, as if he is about to - or very much wanting to - spring up and into action. In this way, he represents the culmination of the suit: the fiery Wands have been directed into successful, often long-term, projects, and yet still burn brightly with passion and great energy.

eight of swords
eight of swords

The Eight Of Swords is a card of crisis and temporary difficulties. There is a feeling of being trapped and unable to move forward because you cannot see a clear path forward. However, these limitations are often self-inflicted due to being tunnel-visioned and not being able to see the bigger picture. This card is here to teach you to liberate yourself from your own confinement to break free.

Page of Cups
Page of Cups

The Page of Cups stands before gently rolling waves and holds a Cup from which a fish fancifully emerges - a fish that is echoed in the Page’s hat. This is a card of a type of potential that is lightly held and playfully engaged with.

Two of Swords
Two of Swords

In the Two of Swords, we see the image of a woman, a blindfold covering her eyes, sitting with her back to choppy waters. She holds a pair of swords crossed in front of her chest, and a crescent moon looks down on the scene. This card suggests a balance held - but that has come at a cost.