Tag Archive: Nancy

The Fool

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Journeyers, wanders, lovers of life! The Fool is calling you! Take up your cloak and your staff, and leave your cares behind! Walk forward into the new, the unknown! Step out into the… Continue reading

King of Coins

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The King of a suit represents our conscious external face, as relating to that element.  He is the ruler, the authority, the construct- he is the sense of duty and the sense of entitlement, the… Continue reading

Queen of Coins

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The Queen is the seat of our unconscious self, and the way we interact with the people and world around us. She is most obvious in our relationship behaviors- the things we do in relating… Continue reading

Knight of Coins

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The Knight is often the messenger of the court cards, but he also serves as the motion, the catalyst. The Knight is the spark which makes things happen, whether for good or ill;… Continue reading

Page of Coins

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The Page is the youth, the student of the court cards, but also the unconscious actor. The Page is both uninfluenced by the cares of age and the world, and uninhibited by concerns… Continue reading

Ten of Coins

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Health, wealth, prosperity and joy! Feasting and merry-making and groaning tables of food and drink! The ten of coins is the significator of overflowing abundance, especially in the physical realm. This may be… Continue reading

Nine of Coins

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A courtesan, a kept woman- a bird in a gilded cage. The rewards of luxury are many, and are meant to be enjoyed, but be wary of the bars of your entrapment- even… Continue reading

Eight of Coins

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“Success is 10% inspiration, and 90% perspiration.” “Those who can, do.” “It’s not how many times you fall down, it’s how many times you get up again.” “You work-a hard, you do-a good.”… Continue reading

Seven of Coins

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Fields that have lain fallow are beginning to bring forth new life. Trees that have not yet borne are beginning to fruit. The initial hard work of planting has been done, but the… Continue reading

Six of Coins

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Five for silver, six for gold. Six gold coins freely given, symbolizing the vast wealth beyond, the generosity of friend and stranger. Charity and philanthropy, well-managed resources reaping benefits for all, the largess… Continue reading