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Archetypes

History of Tarot

Most famously was when the cards were under the study of a man called Aleister Crowley, a member of the Golden Dawn, who created the Thoth Tarot Deck, which is still widely used today. Crowley, however, was said to be quite a strange man, who claimed to have invoked several Egyptian deities. Even more odd still, he later wrote about his experience summoning a demon and published a novel with instructions on Sex Magick during the early 1900’s in the United Kingdom.

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Tarot Card Number Meanings

I quickly realized how there was an obvious connection with the number meanings in numerology and their associations in tarot. When I began reading tarot, I was already heavily familiar with numerology. Having acquired a

Feels & Thoughts

Science and Spirituality CAN Co-exist!

It seems quite evident to me that people do NOT believe that science and spirituality can co-exist. If they didn’t, however, then neither would we. Everything begs to be challenged in some way. That is the nature of duality and it is the way of our world. Without spirituality, there would be no philosophers to ask the bigger questions. Without science, there would be no physicians to give answers.

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The Elements: Air

Symbolically, water is our emotions. Air is our thoughts. An air sign, or someone who has a lot of air in their chart, will usually rationalize their emotions. This is the reason that passivity happens among air signs. While it is great to be considerate of others people’s feelings, we must also feel our own feelings and allow them room for expression; otherwise, instead of feeling them, we only think about them. This can cause a buildup of unsaid words left inside of us.