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Cards meaning

The Hermit
The Hermit

The Hermit stands on a high peak, hooded and alone. The star-shine of his lantern is the only light to guide his passage through the mountain passes. This card represents isolation, but not loneliness; it symbolizes the light that we all carry within us, that can show us the path to take if we can block life’s distracting dazzle for a moment so that we may find it.

Four of Pentacles
Four of Pentacles

The Four of Pentacles is a card that indicates possessiveness and the need to control the environment around you. It comes up when there is something important you would like to protect. The focus is usually on the material aspect of your life and the things you own, and it often comes with a fear of losing what you have. 

The Moon
The Moon

The Moon has long been associated with intuition, feminine mystery, and the unknown, the half-seen. And so it is in the tarot card of the same name: here we see, in the Rider-Waite image, a dog and a wolf howling at the full moon. Before them, a crayfish emerges from the waters of a pool while behind them a path leads back over the mountains, to the world beyond. This symbolizes that however fearful are the manifestations of our inner consciousness, we can be safe in the knowledge that there is a return route open for us. On such a return route we may tread with the new knowledge we have gained beneath the light of The Moon.

Seven of Cups
Seven of Cups

Seven Cups appear in the air before a figure containing fabulous treasure, success, and achievements - and danger. The stance of the person beholding this array of desires, hopes, and fears suggests surprise, wonder, and hesitation about which Cup - if any - to choose.

Death
Death

Let go of that which does not serve you, is the message of the Death card. This is not a card that represents literal death but, rather, the death of old ways of being and the opportunity for rebirth that this brings with it. Of the three figures depicted in the card that is before the armored skeleton, it is only the child that looks Death fully in the face, without fear - indeed bearing flowers as a gift for him. This indicates that it is our attitude towards change that must be overcome, to welcome it as a chance for redefining our lives.

The Tower
The Tower

It’s unusual for The Tower not to provoke a visceral reaction; this powerful card depicts the fall of a vast edifice built atop a summit of stone that must have seemed utterly indestructible before being struck by an unforeseen bolt of lightning.