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The Magician Tarot Card
The first stop on the Fool's journey is the Magician card. The Magician has the tools to manifest what he desires into his life. The Fool learns that he is alive.

The Moon Tarot Card
The Fool is getting close to the end of his journey. After an emotional meltdown in the Star, he is ready to face his shadow self in the Moon. What mysteries of the soul await him there?

The Nine of Cups
The best definition of the Nine of Cups would be "putting all your cups in a row". This card represents completion of cycle and a sense of contentment with the way one's life has turned out. The only problem is that with a sense of completion sometimes comes a sense of complacency.

The Nine of Pentacles
Self Mastery and hard work are the key elements when it comes to the suit of Pentacles. And, our Pentacle man has certainly worked his way upwards to a place of well earned abundance. His business is thriving, growing and helping the community as well. But, something is missing...

The Nine of Swords
We all have nightmares that shake our emotions to their roots. And sometimes, those nightmares carry on into the "real" world. Dreams are messengers and they let us know what we should be working on in our lives. When we don't listen.. we have a nightmare.

The Nine of Wands
Sometimes when you reach the pinnacle of success the adrenaline stops flowing. Your life purpose had been achieved and it seems like there is no other pathway to take. This is the ultimate crossroad inherent in the Nine of Wands.

The Origins and History of Tarot
The origins of Tarot aren't really known. But, the recorded history of Tarot is an interesting and often debated subject.

The Pages of the Court Cards
The Pages in Tarot, much like the Knights, can be difficult to interpret. They can appear as children or as messengers. The cards surrounding them hold the clues.

The Queens of the Court Cards
The Court Cards are the "people" cards of the Tarot. Sometimes it's hard to tell who they represent, but understanding who they are based upon their suits makes it much easier.

The Seven of Cups
Crossroads in life aren't always easy. In fact, they are usually pretty difficult. And, in a lot of instances, what appears to be the correct pathway is actually filled with potholes and quicksand. The Seven of Cups speaks to us about these potential crossroads and pathways.

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