Tag Archive: Stephanie

Three of Staves

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The Three of Staves, like the Two, is a card of taking stock. But unlike the Two, the Three looks beyond the immediate sphere. This card is not so much what you already… Continue reading

Two of Staves

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The Two of Staves is a card about taking stock — what is that you have, close to you. What is your world, and what does it contain? It’s time to look at… Continue reading

Ace of Staves

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The Staves are fire and passion, desire and impulse. The flame flickering to life with the potential to become a blaze. The passion that drives us forward and keeps us moving even when… Continue reading

King of Blades

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The King of Blades is a man of great intellect. He has mastered his intellectual abilities, and in doing so, somewhat muted the harsher edges of the Queen.  The King as less bitterness,… Continue reading

Queen of Blades

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The Queen of Blades is a fierce, intimidating woman. She lives by her mind, her wits. Her intelligence is her weapon, more so than anything, and she wields it ruthlessly. This is a… Continue reading

Knight of Blades

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The Knight of Blades is a messenger.  With information comes change — swift and sure. What was certain becomes unsure, what was unknown becomes a new certainty.  Words can change the world in… Continue reading

Page of Blades

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A page is a younger individual, a seeker. The Page of Blades in particular is a seeker of of knowledge, of information. One who searches out all they can find. The student eager… Continue reading

Ten of Blades

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Sometimes, you’re just done. It’s too much. There’s no more fighting, no more strength to call on. You’re done. This is it, the end of the line. It may be the death of… Continue reading

Nine of Blades

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Anxiety, fear. The worry that grips your heart in the middle of the night, jerking you awake and leaving you gasping for air. The worries that cycle endlessly around your brain, racing out… Continue reading

Eight of Blades

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The journey begins in fear and darkness, helpless and bound. Initiation is a release and a bond.  You bind yourself to the process knowing only the first piece. Not knowing what will follow… Continue reading