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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.

The Seven of Pentacles
After building a business and losing a business, our Pentacle man learned some valuable lessons. He learned that greed and selfishness is not the way to run a business. And, he learned that giving is always better than receiving. The Seven of Pentacles takes a look at the results of this change.

The Seven of Wands
Being on the top rung of the ladder can be both exhilarating and totally unbalancing at the same time. When you are at the top of your field of experience the only way you can go is down.. or so it would seem. Competition is healthy.. when the outcome is not as important as the experience gained.

The Six of Cups
Nostalgia is a good feeling. When we look at old photographs that bring back memories of loved ones and good times we get lost in the reverie of times past. The Six of Cups is a card of nostalgia and reverie.. and getting lost in dreams of long ago..

The Six of Pentacles
The Five of Pentacles finds our Pentacle character living in abject poverty, or so he believes. But when all seems lost, fate has a way of stepping in and changing it all around again. The Six of Pentacles offers a second chance to get it right.

The Six of Wands
Achieving recognition for your accomplishments takes a lot of time, effort, and patience. It also requires humility and a large amount of gratitude to those who support and encourage your achievements. This is the message inherent in the Six of Wands.

The Star Tarot Card
The Fool has made it unscathed through his experience in the Tower. He came face to face with himself and realized that his life still had meaning and purpose. He sees the Star shining in the distance and follows it's dim light. Here he will find peace and reconciliation with who and what he is.

The Suit of Cups People
The people who populate the suit of Cups are the romantics. They tend to lean toward professions where they can think with their heart rather than their head. They are the writers, the poets and the musicians. They are also the homemakers, the counselors and the healers.

The Suit of Wands People
The suit of Wands relates to spirituality, life purpose rather than career, intuition, family, and practical issues. Wand people tend to be natural problem solvers who rely almost exclusively on their intuition for guidance.

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