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The Hermit Tarot Card
The Fool has been on a long journey of self discovery. His last lesson was all about inner strength. And now, he finds himself deep in meditation on a snowy mountaintop with the Hermit.
The Hierophant Tarot Card
The Fool is slowly making his way through the Major Arcana. He has learned a lot about himself so far, but he still has a long way to go until he truly understands who he really is.
The High Priestess Tarot Card
The Fool has met the Magician and now he walks forward again into the guise of the High Priestess. Through her guidance and wisdom he discovers that he is more than just flesh and blood.
The Judgement Tarot Card
The Fool's journey is almost complete. It has been a bittersweet experience for him. But now, he must review his life before he moves forward into the World. What will he see?
The Kings of the Court Cards
The Court Cards in Tarot represent the people in your life. They are the characters that wander along the pathway of the Fool. Understanding who they are and how they affect the outcome of a reading is where your intuition comes in handy.
The Knights of the Court Cards
The Knights of Tarot are complex cards. The most difficult aspect of them is to intuit if they are real people or messengers.
The Lovers Tarot Card
The Fool has learned what it is like to be male and to be female. But, now he must learn to reconcile these two dualities within himself.
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.
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