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Deck: The Witches Tarot
Spread: Card of the Day
Date: Wed May 20 07:19:36 EDT 2015

Today’s Card
Ace of Pentacles (Upright)

A large, golden, upright, interwoven golden pentacle hovers in midair. The sky in the background is a rosy color of dawn, and golden and pink clouds are behind the pentacle. The precious golden pentacle has a leafy pattern on its surface, and the pentacle itself is surrounded by intertwined and blooming honeysuckle vines from the garden. Honeysuckle is a tenacious blooming vine aligned to the element of earth and the planet Jupiter. It is a powerful herb used in prosperity and good-luck spells, which makes it very appropriate for being featured in this earthy suit. The blooming honeysuckle flowers are symbols of new and sweet opportunities. One of the more positive cards in the tarot deck, this is a card of prosperity, fertility, wealth, stability, and growth. It also symbolizes the positive and current manifestation of your magick in the physical world.

Meanings

The Ace of Pentacles is the most potent and pure form of the feminine element of earth. This ace shows us all of the bounty that the suit of pentacles represents. Be creative, and put those blossoming ideas into action to achieve material success. Because the pentacle is hovering in midair, this card traditionally symbolized that money may just manifest in your life as if out of thin air. This card may represent a gift or an out-of-the-blue opportunity that lands in your lap. However, on a more down-to-earth note, this card—being the purest form of the earth element—reminds you to stay grounded and to use your common sense. That practicality and good judgment will guide you and your magick to success. This card often illustrates a desire to help other people on both a mundane and a magickal level. The Ace of Pentacles signifies an abiding, deep affection for the beauty of nature and a talent for green magick.

Keywords: Wealth, abundance, health, happiness, security, good fortune. Love of nature, green magick, and herbalism. Magick manifested in the physical world. The element of earth.

Reversed: A delay to expected income. Greed, problem with finances, failure of spellwork. Lack of faith in your own magickal talents.

Presented by The Witches Tarot app from The Fool’s Dog.

My Tarot Reading

Standard

Deck: The Witches Tarot
Spread: Card of the Day
Date: Wed May 20 07:19:36 EDT 2015

Today’s Card
Ace of Pentacles (Upright)

A large, golden, upright, interwoven golden pentacle hovers in midair. The sky in the background is a rosy color of dawn, and golden and pink clouds are behind the pentacle. The precious golden pentacle has a leafy pattern on its surface, and the pentacle itself is surrounded by intertwined and blooming honeysuckle vines from the garden. Honeysuckle is a tenacious blooming vine aligned to the element of earth and the planet Jupiter. It is a powerful herb used in prosperity and good-luck spells, which makes it very appropriate for being featured in this earthy suit. The blooming honeysuckle flowers are symbols of new and sweet opportunities. One of the more positive cards in the tarot deck, this is a card of prosperity, fertility, wealth, stability, and growth. It also symbolizes the positive and current manifestation of your magick in the physical world.

Meanings

The Ace of Pentacles is the most potent and pure form of the feminine element of earth. This ace shows us all of the bounty that the suit of pentacles represents. Be creative, and put those blossoming ideas into action to achieve material success. Because the pentacle is hovering in midair, this card traditionally symbolized that money may just manifest in your life as if out of thin air. This card may represent a gift or an out-of-the-blue opportunity that lands in your lap. However, on a more down-to-earth note, this card—being the purest form of the earth element—reminds you to stay grounded and to use your common sense. That practicality and good judgment will guide you and your magick to success. This card often illustrates a desire to help other people on both a mundane and a magickal level. The Ace of Pentacles signifies an abiding, deep affection for the beauty of nature and a talent for green magick.

Keywords: Wealth, abundance, health, happiness, security, good fortune. Love of nature, green magick, and herbalism. Magick manifested in the physical world. The element of earth.

Reversed: A delay to expected income. Greed, problem with finances, failure of spellwork. Lack of faith in your own magickal talents.

Presented by The Witches Tarot app from The Fool’s Dog.

My Tarot Reading

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Deck: The Witches Tarot
Spread: Card of the Day
Date: Tue May 19 08:46:24 EDT 2015

Today’s Card
XIII • Death (Reversed)

The Death card is one of the most misunderstood cards in the tarot deck. Rarely does it symbolize physical death; instead, what it announces is radical change in the querent’s life. In this card, Death’s skull is lit with a glowing fire. The skull is a symbol of human mortality, and it is the seat of the mind. The greenish-yellow flames represent the mind’s energy and power. Death’s armor is dark and well used; his white horse has glowing eyes and a bridle with skull-and-crossbones trim. Death carries a flag that announces transformation. The flag is emblazoned with the number thirteen—the number of full moons in a year—and the flower on the flag is a five-petaled white rose, symbolizing the natural cycles of life. The brilliant red skies of sunset in the background correspond to the close of the day and the close of one chapter in your life.

A child stands before Death with an offering of a bouquet of white daisies bound together with ribbons in the Triple Goddess colors of white, red, and black. In the language of flowers, white daisies symbolize innocence. It is important to note that the child is looking up and facing Death while holding out the flowers. He is happy, trusting, and unafraid of this knight; he welcomes the change. The child represents hope.

Meanings

This card represents change. In order for something new to grow, something old has to give way. This card often shows up in readings for pregnant women, which makes sense. Think about it: their way of life is about to change forever. Their lives are about to transform into something else new and exciting.

This card also symbolizes other important endings and beginnings in your life: birth, marriage, new job, leaving for college, moving, etc. Basically, one way of life is gone, allowing room for new beginnings and opportunities to emerge.

Keywords: Transformation, change. Endings and beginnings. Cycles of nature and of life.

Deity Associations: Hades, Pluto, Hel.

Astrological Association: Scorpio.

Reversed: Traumatic adjustment, delay, difficult change.

Presented by The Witches Tarot app from The Fool’s Dog.