the hierophant

So many options for this card, so little time. First and foremost, the Hierophant is about tradition and orthodoxy. It’s Big Blue, the Ivory Tower, the Borg…anything that’s large and highly structured is favored here, so think the halls of academia,...

Five of wands

The fight is on! The Five of Wands indicates that you are about to be immersed in a competition, or an intense activity that feels like a contest—lots of action and rivalry. You can overcome your opponents, but you must act with intention and focus. In a reading, this...

The Devil

Ah, the Devil. Perhaps one of the most misunderstood cards in the Tarot, so much of the interpretation of this card depends on both the reader and the querent. The Devil can sometimes mean a slavish addiction to luxury and hedonism, but it can also mean that you...

Death

Pulling the Death card can be alarming, but Death is very rarely about Death. Instead, it signifies that change is in the air of a transformational kind. Death is all about transition, rebirth and permanent change- the kind that alters you forever. If you don’t...

Ace of Cups

The Ace of Cups is a card of joy and abundance overflowing the heart. It could mean the onset of a new love affair – or, if you are already committed, the renewal of your relationship. Everything is fresh and new (as with all access) and the card recalls...

Seven of Swords

The Seven of Swords can mean different things in different situations, but is always a card to note – particularly if you are in the midst of a difficult conversation or a negotiation. As the nimble, sly trickster scoops of swords and steals away in the night,...