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©Psychic Jucy aka Abella Arthur
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Keywords & Phrases
I rule. I feel luxurious. Love is the key to my heart. Comfort aids in my growth. Outdoorsy. Nature is where we can feel natural. Understanding the cycles of life and death. Come gather around and listen to me (satsang). Deciding upon and enjoying one’s passion. Creativity can be found in harmony. Abundance and wealth is all around me. I have more than enough. I am full. I am receptive.
A pretty woman with blonde hair and robust figure sits upon luxurious red cushions and fabric creating a large and plush chair. She wears a crown of stars and holds a scepter with a globe on the top (the globe that the Emperor (next card holds in his hand) close to her head. Her robe is long and flowy and the pattern includes pomegranates which we have learned from the previous card (High Priestess) relates to strength, conviction, growth, creation and sometimes forbidden fruit. In fact, the Empress IS forbidden fruit as she appears to be pregnant as well as married to the Emperor which is the next tarot card. To the left we see a heart with the symbol of Venus, woman on it.
Below and to the right and back, we see a nature scene. Wheat, a forest of trees, and a river path ending in a waterfall. A bit of water manages to reach beneath her dress, to the left. This implies remembering the roots of one’s subconscious. Where we have been and where we will go. The nature scene implies the woman is sensual, feels grounded, and alive when communing.
Zodiac & Numerology
Polarity: Venus, Taurus. Pluto, Scorpio. Some influence from The Moon, Cancer and Mars, Aries. The number 3, Leo. Creativity, self-expression, positivity, ideas, selling.
Timeline, Age, Role
26-35 Care-taking. Learning about life. [/spoiler]
©Psychic Jasper aka Ryan Arthur
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Timeline, Age, Role
Now Your Turn to Reply
In tarot, there is no right or wrong just difference. Allow yourself to write your impressions without worrying about whether you are right or not. You will soon find your impressions being bang-on.
1.Who, what, why, when, where, and how?
2.What do you see?
3.What sticks out first?
4.There’s a story or allegory in every picture card. What is the story telling you?
5.What is the symbolism of colour and object in the picture?
6.Who are the people in the card? Why are they there? What are they doing?
7.What is the message of the card?
8.Where is the scene taking place?
9.When will it happen?
Describe the card, add some keywords or phrases to your reply. Let us know what you think the card means, what it’s all about. It’s your interpretation of the tarot card meaning and if your interpretation is sincere it will be Accurate, Right, and True. You can not go wrong!
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