Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations
Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations

 

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations is about the Pope like man or Guru.  In Tarot, he is the archetypical personage of a spiritual teacher.  He teaches a ‘spiritual ideal’ that he, nor any other human can ever actually meet.

Historically, the Hierophant has always had two main disciples who serve him.  One who is responsible for ministering to the Divine Creations here in the Earthly realm.  The other is responsible for the mundane, material welfare of the Church here on Earth.  Both disciples are his trusted loyal assistants.

The Hierophant Card in Tarot depicts a Pontiff like figure who is the intermediary between man and the Divine.  He stands for the ideal that human beings are ‘Divine Creations’, and that he is their link to the Spiritual world.  That without him, there would be no possible communication between the Heavens and Earth.  The Hierophant is always a ‘mediator’ between a God and man.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations says that in spite of the high idealism of the Hierophant’s teachings, somehow man just never is worthy enough before the god.  Perhaps this is due to the Hierophant’s withholding of valuable spiritual info.  Of course, he always postpones the higher sacred knowledge for another time.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations
Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations

An Hierophant can be either a man or a woman.  Historically, there has been few women who were Hierophants.  It has always usually been a man.  This man has always been a married man with many children.  His children assured the stability of the Kingdom of Earth, and the continuance of the Hierophant’s teachings.  However, up until a relatively recent history, The Hierophant of the Roman Catholic Church must now stay a bachelor.  The common of the mortals no longer wants to live under tyranny.

Hierophants have a dual nature.  On one hand, the Hierophant is beloved by many, when his positive side shines brightly.  On the other hand, the very same many people despise him – when his darker side becomes clear.  Historically, a Hierophant is reputed to be a fraud.  He claims to have an higher moral standard and belief, which is above everyone else on this Earth.  However, his own behavior does not conform to it.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations suggests that it may be that the Hierophant archetype might appear at the micro level of society.  A common man might show the attributes of the Hierophant; it will very rarely be a women.  A male member of any given family might manifest Hierophant like qualities.  When this happens, the above would then also apply to him.

In a Tarot Reading, The Hierophant card does not have to be turned upside down for it to be negative.  The Hierophant card upright is automatically either a negative or a positive energy.  In Esoteric terms, the Hierophant is The Power of the Keys of the Doctrine.  In the Golden Dawn school of thought, he is the Magus of the Eternal Gods.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations, speaks to those Readers who read the cards solely from the intellectual perspective.  To interpret this card in its positive aspect, the Hierophant teaches goodness.  A type of goodness that is rarely ever observed in a human being.  In its negative aspect, he is too weak to live by his own morals and principles.  Because of the duality in the energy of the Hierophant, one needs to “read this card with intuition, not by the knowledge of the Cards”.  The masters agree to say the energy of “The Hierophant Card has to be felt (not intellectualized), and perceived”.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations, speaks of Tarot Magic and of Tarot Affirmation.  In Tarot magic, the Hierophant Card is for manifesting with the “Power of creating with the Tongue”.  The Hierophant is known for manifesting with the spoken word.  Place the Hierophant Card on your altar.  Meditate on what you want to create.  You may want to ask yourself if the words you want to say are well ready enough.  You may also want to ask yourself, whom do you know who can give you good advice and be of wise counsel to you in this matter?

Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation:  “I create when I speak”.

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Tarot Card Meaning Emperor

Tarot Card Meaning Emperor, means ‘wisdom’.  It is about being aware of the chaos around us.  In Tarot, The Emperor archetype represents a person who is on the Path of Awareness.

 

Tarot Card Meaning Emperor
Tarot Card Meaning Emperor

 

Tarot Card Meaning Emperor

Tarot Card Meaning Emperor speaks of someone who is an anchor in our life.  Historically, people who are Emperors are intelligent married men.  They speak as a reasonable thinking man would.  They live to bring security to themselves and to those they love.  Just do not contradict them though…

Tarot Wisdom Card

Tarot Wisdom Card is the Emperor Card.  The Emperor Card is about a man who has reached this level of maturity; a level of maturity in which a man is said to have reached the age of wisdom – in terms of the Human Developmental Stages.  This Card depicts a man who understands the world around him.  He is good at reading people.  He understands the benefits of having power.

 

Tarot Card Meaning – Emperor Card – Wisdom
Tarot Card Meaning – Emperor Card – Wisdom

The Emperor rules over his domain

The Emperor rules over his domain.  At home, he rules over his wife and family.  From his perspective, they are not his equals.  But from his wife’s perspective, he is her consort.  For she is the Empress.  To learn more about the Empress Card, click on Empress.

Instead of equality, he offers his wife and children – an exchange for their undying loyalty and obedience.  In turn for those, he will agree to love, cherish, protect, and provide for them.  The Emperor is the type of husband that offers a sense of permanence and durability to a marriage.  He holds on dearly…

Passing the means test

Passing the means test of the Emperor his actually quite easy for someone who is loyal and obedient to him.  This husband archetype tests other people’s limits. He does this in hopes of keeping good order in his life.

It is good to know that he is not beyond using cunningest.  He will think of many ways to stabilize his work environment, his home, and his family.  Once he makes sense of the chaos around him, he will turn it to his advantage, and fast.

The Emperor Card Magick

The Emperor Card Magick is quite simple enough.  For Tarot magic, place the Emperor card on your altar.  Meditate on your lasting power in your marriage, and in all other domains of your life.  You may want to ask yourself, whom do you know that has endured in your life?  Who do you know that could give you good advice on maintaining stability in your life?

Repeat the following affirmation:  “I make sense of the chaos in my life”.

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Tarot Card Meaning Empress

Tarot Card Meaning Empress, means ‘Cultivation’.  Cultivation is about The Empress Tarot Card.  The Empress, in the Tarot, is a woman of power who harvests what she has sowed.  She stores her abundant thought energy, to share it with the children.

 

Tarot Card Meaning Empress
Tarot Card Meaning Empress
Cultivation

 

Tarot Card Meaning Empress

Tarot Card Meaning Empress, Cultivation.  When I look at the Empress in this Empress Card of the Wizard’s Tarot Deck, I am reminded of my adoption mother.  Mom took in children who were not her own.  Often abandoned or neglected, we ended up at her house.  Mom took us in, at all cost to herself and to her husband.

We kids had nothing when we all went to live at Mom’s house.  We did not have a dime to our names.  All we had was the clothes on our backs.  However, not for long.

Mom always managed to find us new kids some clothes.  She found each one of us a bed to sleep in.  And Dad made sure that we each even had our very own Orange Sunshine Cup!

Somehow, there was always a place for everyone of us at Mom’s kitchen table.  Somehow, come first day of school, we all had school clothes, shoes, books, and crayons to write with…  I really do not know how Mom managed to do all that for us, because Mom was a stay at home mom.   Dad worked three jobs of course, so to provide for us all.  Both Mom and Dad were always exhausted come bedtime.

Mom nurtured us children, and showered us with her motherly love and affection.  She did not want us to be deprived of a  mother’s love; she loved us for our own mother’s sake.  She transformed the situation we had been in – into a life of abundance.

Mom passed away when she was seventy years old.  At her funeral, 500 people signed their names in the funeral home’s registry book.  The priest that said her funeral high mass, and all who had signed the registry book – all called my adoption mother “Mom”!  Those calling her Mom, included all the children she had taken in to her motherly heart, and their mother’s.  For their mother’s had been one of Mom’s kids too!  Even several of her good-children.

Tarot Card Meaning Empress – Cultivation, sends accolades to today’s Moms! Today’s Moms have to go to work just like everybody else.  They are nourishing and are creative in the workplace, in their communities, and at home too.  They literally have to do it all.

Just like Mom, the Empress Card in the Tarot also represents all mothers.  They have mental creativity, and an active intelligence.  They are great at brainstorming, and at turning lemons into lemonade.  Historically, mother’s and grandmothers alike – are always ready to push their limits.

From the metaphysical perspective is about The Mother archetype.  The Mother archetype nurtures and creates through an abundance of thoughts.  In Tarot, she is from the Column of Light.  She manifests life-giving thought energy.  These women have an open door policy.  Their doors are always open to those who enter there – to learn from them.

Place the Empress Card on your altar.  Meditate on your desire to nurture and to create abundantly.  Become aware of your creative thinking.  You may also want to ask yourself who do you know that is a powerhouse of thinking energy.  Whom can you learn from, so to brainstorm with creative ideas you could put into action?

Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation:

“I nurture what I imagine in my mind”.

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Tarot Card Meaning – High Priestess – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Card Meaning - High Priestess
Tarot Card Meaning – High Priestess

 

Tarot Card Meaning – High Priestess – Evergreen Readings represents the duality of our Divine Higher Self.   She whispers to us the sometimes contrary mysteries of our heart.  Some may call her our conscience or our intuition.

Tarot Card Meaning – High Priestess – Evergreen Readings shows up in a Tarot Reading when we intuitively experience the mysteries of our own soul and that of the Universe.  We become in awe of our own deep sense of knowing.  We lean upon the profound wisdom gathered from our own knowledge and experience.

In a Tarot Reading, when the High Priestess Card is pulled-out, it speaks of the Secrets of our future.  This Card reminds us of our true nature.  It is in our nature to desire a ‘true union of the soul’.  We want a true marriage with someone who will be happy only when both of the lovers are receptive to one another.  True receptivity in a marriage happens only when there is mutual love.

Upright:

When the High Priestess Card is upright, she speaks of the secret mysteries of our Intuitive Self.

Reversed:

When the High Priestess Card is reversed, she speaks of religious legalities.  She turns towards religious knowledge and doctrines, when she is not in a loving relationship.

If a female Querent:

If the Querent is a female, the High Priestess Card represents the Querent herself.

If a male Querent:

If the Querent is a male, then the High Priestess Card represents the woman who holds his interest.  This woman will want a true marriage and children from him.

Tarot Magic:

Place the High Priestess Card on your altar.  Meditate on your feelings and sentiments.  Listen for that little inner-voice.  Hear the whispers coming from your Intuition (your Higher Self).  Repeat a Tarot Affirmation to manifest material life.

Tarot Affirmation:

“I honor my Intuition”.

N.B.:  A shout-out to Yoav Ben Dov, author of “Tarot – The Open Reading”, and creator of  “The CBD Tarot de Marseille”, who has so graciously given me permission to use this picture of his wonderful High Priestess.

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Tarot Cards Meaning – Channeling Ambitious Energy

Tarot Cards Meaning - Channeling Ambitious Energy
Tarot Cards Meaning – Channeling Ambitious Energy

 

Tarot Cards Meaning – Channeling Ambitious Energy is about the Page of Wands. The Page of Wands represents the channeling of our ambitions.  We are full of energy, and we are bursting at the seams to take-on a good challenge!

What challenge is it?  A challenge to manifest our will in our environment.  We can’t wait to prove ourselves before others.  That is a good thing, as the message the Page of Wands delivers to us is a demand of proof!

Tarot Cards Meaning – Channeling Ambitious Energy speaks about us not knowing if we can actually prove-out our truth, as we know it.  No matter what, we begin to broadcast it verbally.  We begin to let people know that we have our fears and hesitations under control.

Friendly and innocent as we are, we do not notice that our trust got us into this situation in the first place.  We need to pay closer attention to other people’s will upon our life.  Their will upon our lives affect us differently if we are a man or a women.

If you are a man:

If you are a man, the message of The Page of Wands is a warning of a hard struggle to carry out your goal.  Keep believing in yourself, and keep going forward no matter what.

If you are a women:

If you are a women, the message of The Page of Wands is a warning of a possible self-sabotage.  You may want to keep your anger in check, and be mindful of other people’s need to control you.

Tarot magic and meditation:

Place the Page of Wands on your altar. Meditate on what you want to make manifest in your environment, and how you want it to be a success.  Start telling people about it, so to be able to make it happen!  Repeat a Tarot Affirmation to give you courage.

Tarot Affirmation:

Tarot Cards Meaning – Channeling Ambitious Energy suggests a  Page of Wands Tarot Affirmation you can repeat to give you courage, at such times as when you receive a challenge:

“I show clearly how I want things too!”

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Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified
Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified – Evergreen Readings is the sixth article in my Tarot Professional Development Series.  It is my hope to help my peers understand what they call gifts, and what their gifts are exactly.  Tarot Readers want to know about how to read the Tarot with knowledge, while at the same time using their other abilities.

Hello there, Tarot Readers.  Lately, I have read on Facebook people’s posts and comments on being a Psychic.  There seems to be a tad of confusion about what exactly is a Psychic.  Therefore, I thought I would clear the air on that subject.

The average person refers to the ‘Psychic Phenomena’ as being Psychic.  They are right that being a Psychic is within the realm of Psychic Phenomena.  The field of Psychic Phenomena is a very vast field in which one can easily get lost.  There are different kinds of Psychics, which explains the confusion in the minds of people.

Because of the confusion about what is a Psychic, many Psychics will go on to explain that they are ‘Clairvoyant’.  The term ‘clairvoyance’ is actually an ‘umbrella term’ that covers all the different forms of telepathy in the field of Psychic Phenomena.  The word ‘clairvoyance’ is a very loose way of describing the ‘different phases of psychic phenomena’.

Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified – Evergreen Readings gives the definition of the term ‘clairvoyance’.  In the glossary of the Society for Physical Research, the term ‘clairvoyance’ is defined as follows: “the faculty or act of perceiving, as though visually, with some coincidental truth, some distant scene; it is used sometimes, but hardly properly, for transcendental vision, or the perception of beings regarded as being on another plane of existence”.  “Clairvoyance is not mind reading, but rather a faculty’, to paraphrase Mrs. Henry Sidgwick who is a distinguished writer on psychic phenomena.

The Phenomena of Clairvoyance is divided into several well distinctive classes, or classifications.  The principle forms of clairvoyant phenomena are:

(1) Simple Clairvoyance: The mere ‘sensing’ of other people’s Auric emanations.  I.e. Auric vibrations, auric colors, etc.; currents of thoughts vibrations, etc.  However, the simple Clairvoyant does not see events or scenes removed in space or time from the observer.

(2) Clairvoyance in Space: Is the sensing of scenes and events removed in space from the observer; and often is able to sense such things even when they are concealed or obscured by intervening material objects.

(3) Clairvoyance in Time: Is the sensing of scenes and events which have had their original place in the past time; or scenes and events which will have their original place in the future.

Methods by which Clairvoyance is usually induced:

(1) Psychometry:  Is the method of getting “en rapport” with the Astral Plane  One achieves this,  with some physical object connected to the person, scene, or thing about which you want to be informed.

(2) Crystal Gazing, etc.:  Is the method of getting “en rapport” with the Astral Plane, by means of gazing into a crystal, or magic mirror, etc.

(3) Clairvoyant Reverie: Is the method of getting “en rapport” with the Astral Plane, by means of Psychic States in which the sights, sounds, and thoughts of the material and Astral Plane are shutout of consciousness.

Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified
Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified – Evergreen Readings says that some people are not comfortable with going to a Tarot Reader.  They are afraid that the Cards will show secrets from their past; or secrets they now hide; or an unfortunate future containing bad Karma.  However, many others want to know what is going on around them on all planes.  They seek a Tarot Reader such as myself who them what is going on in ‘the other world’.

Enquiring minds want to know what is going on in the higher planes.  However, when doing so, they must first ‘understand’ what they see in the higher world.  Another name for ‘The higher world’ is ‘the unseen world.  Man cannot see into ‘the unseen world’ without clairvoyance (a higher vision).  A person with an average intellect can develop his ‘higher vision’ (clairvoyance).  However, this does not go to say that he necessarily understands what is going on there.  To understand what he sees, he has to bring his ‘cognition’ into activity.

Tarot Psychic Phenomena Demystified – Evergreen Readings mentions ‘Cognition’.  Cognition is the ‘mental process’ by which your brain can understand what the senses send to it.  In other words, once you look into the higher world, your senses send info up to the brain.  The brain has to be able to pay attention to the data received from the senses.  By paying attention, the brain sifts-through the info received, and does an analysis of it all.  Then the brain looks at that analysis from different perspectives and from different contexts. Once the brain is done with the processing of the info it got from the ‘third eye’, it must then reach a conclusion.  Once the brain reaches a conclusion, it will decide what to do about it.

Not everyone is a clairvoyant.  However, everyone with an average intellect has cognition.  It is our own personal experience in this world, our memory, our ability to pay attention, our comprehension, and our sense of good judgement permits us to understand what we see in the higher world.  In a nutshell, we must be able to describe, then to understand it, to judge it, and to become convinced of what we saw and learned in there.

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N.B.:  Taken and adapted from the book “Clairvoyance and Occult Powers”, by Swami Pancadasi

 

Magus of Power Tarot Card – Tarot Reading By Evergreen

Magus of Power Tarot Card - Tarot Reading By Evergreen
Magus of Power Tarot Card – Tarot Reading By Evergreen

Magus of Power Tarot Card – Tarot Reading By Evergreen, is the Magician Card in your Tarot Deck.  It represents the beginning of a successful material production.  He is always a boy transitioning into becoming a man.

At his best, the Magician is the Archetype of the Path of Awareness.  At his worst, the Magician has well planned-out, and made ready the tools he needs so to put into effect his “transformation spell”; he is the Trickster Wannabe.  His intent is to become free of the constraints placed upon him by others(1).  If you must remember one thing from this article, remember that the Magician is still is a “Wannabe”; he is not yet a successful shape-shifter.

Magus of Power Tarot Card – Tarot Reading By Evergreen according to the Masters:

In his Pictorial Key to the Tarot, A.E. Waite accurately describes the Magician as a male person who is psychologically still a boy with a motive.  According to Mr. Waite, this boy’s motive is “the Divine motive of man reflecting God, the will in liberation of the union with that which is above”.  Waite goes on to say, “Plus the unity of individual being on all planes, in the fixation thereof”.  In other words, the Magician Card represents a boy wanting to become free of his father.  He is still a boy at heart, but he wants to become his own man.  This, even if he is 50 years old.

Alejandro Jodorowsky, in his book The Way of the Tarot The Spiritual Teacher of the Cards, agrees with Waite.  Mr. Jodorowsky describes the Magician Card as a male “organizing reality in conformance with his intelligence”.  Jodorowsky goes on to say that he is “a spirit that seeks to find himself within the human world and find solutions for material life”.

Magus of Power Tarot Card – Tarot Reading By Evergreen, the accurate reading:

In an accurate Tarot Reading, place a clarification card on the Magician.  The Clarification Card will help to divine what his plan is.  It is highly important to understand the Magician Card, and to learn how to read it as accurately as possible.  In this way, your Tarot Reading will be spot on!  After all is said and done, Tarot is about seeing the Truth to your Querent’s situation.

Upright:

When this card comes-up in a Reading, it represents the male Querent.  It can also represent someone else who is in the Querent’s environment.  This other person would also be a male who is still a boy at heart, and who is cunningly deceitful.  Good News is that this cunning person has not yet put into effect his juggling-act.

Bad News is that this other male person’s goal is to part the Querent with her/his money.  He plans on using deception and to cheat.  In other words, he bullshits and/or downright lies.

Reversed:

When the Magician Card is pulled-out upside-down, or is in a negative position in your Spread, it represents a ‘sickness’.  This type of sickness is very likely a mental illness.  This Magician plans to lay snares that risk going beyond taking money from your Querent.

Magus of Power Tarot Card - Tarot Reading By Evergreen
Magus of Power Tarot Card – Tarot Reading By Evergreen

Magus of Power Tarot Card – Tarot Reading By Evergreen says, do not let your mind get confused.  The Magician Card speaks of a boy who is not yet committed to making his “transformation spell” a reality.  As it stands, he is still a ‘Trickster Wannabe’.  Whereas, the Two of Pentacles Card in your Tarot Deck is the Magician who has now definitely “transformed himself” into a fox; or is a fox transformed into a man.

 

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1.   Nota Bene:  The Magician still has not actually carried-out the first step into manifesting his will upon his material environment.

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified
Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified is the fifth blog post article in my Tarot Professional Development series.  Tarot Readers not only have the knowledge of the Tarot, they also have what they call gifts.  They want to know about how to read the Tarot with knowledge, while at the same time using their other abilities.

Instructing a Tarot Reader on how to go about reading the Tarot with knowledge of the Cards is one thing.  Advising them on how to use their other abilities during a Tarot Reading Session, is an entirely different matter.  For a Tarot Reader to comprehend the importance of reading the Tarot competently, she needs to understand herself first – not just the Cards.

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified is first about helping the Tarot Reader to understand herself too.  This type of Tarot Reader needs to make the difference between Reading the Tarot with knowledge of the Cards and her other abilities.  On top of the ability to read the cards good and proper, the Tarot Reader has ‘intuition’.  Some Readers might beg to differ, but everyone has Intuition.

Intuitive Tarot Readers often do not fully understand themselves.  They may or may not be fully aware that they are Telepaths.  Let us look at what is an Intuitive and at what is a Telepath, so to fully understand ourselves as Tarot Readers.  We need to know that there is a subtle difference between the two, so to know if we are an ‘Intuitive’ or if we are a ‘Telepath’.

A Tarot Reader can be both an Intuitive and a Telepath.  By the way, some of us Knowledgeable Intuitive Tarot Readers do have many more abilities than Intuition and Telepathy.  However, for the purpose of this article, let us keep it simple by first limiting ourselves to Intuition and Telepathy.

Intuition is referred to as ‘Knowing at a distance‘.  The Intuitive does not ‘just know’, the Intuitive as a ‘deep sense of knowing – at a distance’.  Often, the Intuitive is at a loss to say how she knows something about a person who is at a distance from her, i.e. over the Internet, or over the phone.  What follows explains how an Intuitive knows at a distance.

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified
Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified puts words to being a Knower at a distance.  Knowing at a distance is ‘the sense of becoming aware’.  The sense of becoming aware is ‘telepathy’.  Telepathy is ‘the becoming aware of other people’s thoughts and emotions – at a distance.  Many refer to ‘knowing at a distance’ as the ‘telepathic faculty’.

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified says that an Intuitive has Telepathic Awareness.  Another way of saying Telepathic Awareness is to say the ‘Telepathic Sense’.  The Telepathic Sense is part of the seven basic physical senses.  Telepathic Awareness has an astral counterpart called ‘clairvoyance’…

Humans are not the only ones who are aware of other people’s thoughts and emotions.  Animals also have this ‘instinct’ called the telepathic faculty.  Animals can sense emotions or thoughts in humans.  The family dog can sense the mental state of its human; what its human is thinking and feeling.

Primitive man could sense the feelings and designs of other men.  He could not ‘reason-out’, but could ‘feel’ the ideas and designs of others.  This faculty ensured his survival in the animal kingdom as well as in the human community.  His woman needed to be more sensitive than he was, to make sure the survival of their newly born infant.  For this reason, she could quickly ‘interpret’ the reports sent to her brain by her physical senses.  While man wanted to take his time to reason things out.  Down through the ages, civilized man lost ‘quick telepathy’ in favor of “receiving and interpreting more complex forms of thoughts and mental states”.  This is the acquired faculty of ‘thought transference’.

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified
Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified

At the unconscious level, everyone receives non-spontaneous waves of thoughts from other people. In the average person, telepathy is not spontaneous anymore.  It is difficult for us to interpret correctly thoughts and feelings received from other people.  In the astral telepathic sense, we need to ‘switch-on’ the astral telepathic sense of receiving thoughts and emotions of others; it will not work when it is ‘switched-off’.

How a person could receive or send telepathic thoughts and emotions was a mystery to primitive man.  It just came naturally to him, just like breathing.  It took science a long time to figure it all out.  However, today, an average high-school student has the basic knowledge to understand this.

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified says let us not go off the deep end explaining what Telepathic Awareness is!  Let us keep it simple.  We do not have to be an Einstein so to understand or use Telepathic Awareness.

All we need to do when the telephone rings, is to pick up the receiver and say hello!  And voilà!  We do not even think about it much; we do not even need to believe that we can actually hear the thoughts and emotions of the person at the other end.  Yet, we just hear them anyways!  This goes to the telepathic sensing of ideas and emotions; either we are aware of it, or we are not.

For the brainiest who absolutely needs to understand how a person can receive and send telepathic thoughts and emotions, suffice it to say:  it is all ‘because of brain power’.  “Every manifestation of mental and emotional activity is the result of an action by the brain or nervous system, manifesting in the form of a vibration”.

When there is brain activity, “there is the consuming or transformation of a substance which the nervous system is composed of.  There is no destruction of this substance, but rather, a ‘transformation’ of it.  When this happens, there is a transformation of the energy released by thought and emotional process.  In the same way as electric current is released into space in the form of wireless waves, our brain releases thoughts and emotions in the form of wireless waves.  These waves come into contact with certain forms of apparatus, and are transformed into forms of force, and subsequently get registered and interpreted by a wireless operator”, Swami Panchadasi.

According to Swami Panchadasi, in his book ‘Clairvoyance and the Occult Powers’, ideas and emotions get sent out into the world – in the form of telepathic waves that go out in every direction.  Along the physical realm, when a ‘sensitive’ person (an Intuitive) picks these waves up, they are then reproduced and re-transformed into thoughts and mental states of the same types that originally sent them forth.

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified
Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified describes the Clairvoyant-telepath.  Clairvoyant-telepathy (or astral-telepathy), is a transmission of force along the astral plane.  Unlike the waves of thoughts and emotions traveling in the universe until they come into contact with a Physically Sensitive, Clairvoyant-telepathy is “your astral-self extending itself out until it actually touches the astral-self of another person, and actually feels the astral activity there”.  Whereas ordinarily, a physical telepath (the Intuitive) – simply knows at a distance.

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified
Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified

Telepathic Tarot Readers Demystified says: read the Tarot Cards with knowledge.  It is not because an Intuitive (a Physical- telepath) and the Clairvoyant-telepath has a gift that it would go to say that she does not need to learn the Tarot.  To the contrary, both need to acquire knowledge of the Tarot so to be able to call themselves a Tarot Reader.  It is by first reading the cards themselves – with knowledge of the cards, can a Tarot Reader honestly state that she is “Reading the Cards”.

Before accepting any money from a client, the Telepathic must first tell her client that she will not only read the Tarot for the client, but will also add her Telepathic abilities to the reading.  If she does pick up other things telepathically, during the Tarot Reading, she would be well advised to tell her client this.  This way,  there is no confusion.  If she does pick up things telepathically, the Reader needs to first confirm it all with the Cards.  It is by confirming it with the Cards, she is making sure to keep her own ego out-of-the-way.

In addition, a telepathic Tarot Reader would do well by placing a Clarifier Card on top of the card she is looking at when she gets Telepathic thoughts and emotions.  She may want to enlarge her spread for clarification purposes.  She can also start an entirely separate and distinctive spread – just to clarify what she is picking up telepathically.  After all is said and done, the mandate given by the client is to read the Tarot Cards.

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Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader
Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader is the fourth blog post in my first Tarot Development series.  This particular blog post is to educate both the Tarot Reader and the public about what exactly is an Intuitive Tarot Reader.  The ignorance on that subject has to stop!

Hello there fellow Tarot Readers.  My name is Nicole Dauch (Evergreen).  I am a ‘knowledgeable Intuitive’, professional Tarot Reader with 50 year of experience.  For the past year now, I have read more than my fair share of posts and comments on Facebook about Intuitive Tarot Readers.  Some of those posts and comments were positive.  However, some just made my blood boil!

The comment that makes my blood boil the most is a recurring one.  It stipulates that the Intuitive Tarot Reader is not to be trusted because, according to them, “reading intuitively is to let the ego take over the Reading”.  They say that if the ego takes over the Reading that the Reading is then false and inaccurate”.

Best-case scenario is that Tarot Readers making such comments have their own ego in the way.  Worst-case scenario, they have no clue what they are talking about in the first place!  They disrespect the Intuitive Reader’s ability, knowledge, and professionalism.  They crush the essence of who we are as human beings.

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader is about gaining the understanding of what an Intuitive Tarot Reader is.  The Intuitive Tarot Reader is someone who reads the Cards with both the knowledge of the cards, and with Intuition. No one likes being dumb, everyone likes being smart.  The Intuitive Reader likes being smart just as much as the next guy!

Another way of saying ‘Intuitive’ is to say “sensitive’.  Being an Intuitive goes together with being a Sensitive.  You cannot be one without being the other.  To be precise, intuitive and sensitive mean the same thing.  Another way of saying you are a Sensitive Intuitive Reader, would be to say you are a Tarot Reader who reads with both the knowledge of the Tarot and with your ‘Essence’.  Let us understand what “Essence” is.

In philosophy:

In philosophy, Aristotle described ‘the essence’ as the attribute that makes an entity what it fundamentally is.  The essence of a person represents the whole of who he is.

In metaphysics:

In metaphysics, ‘the essence’, is often synonymous with the soul.  It is the composition of our spirit, our heart, our mind all bunched up together all in one basket.

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader
Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader

In Jungian Archetypes:

“The essence’ is the self.  The self is one of the Jungian archetypes, signifying the “unification of consciousness and unconsciousness in a person”.  The self represents the ‘psyche’ as a whole.  The ‘self’, is not the Ego, not at all.  Actually, the self, is both the whole and the centered dot.  For Jung, the circle (especially when divided in four quadrants), the square, or the maṇḍala symbolizes the Self.

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader is about knowing that our Essence is the sensitive, intuitive part of who we are.  The Essence of who we are needs to live!  It is our soul; it is indivisible.

No human Tarot Reader can throw-out into the garbage can parts of who he/she is while performing a Tarot Reading.  When a Tarot Reader claims to read the Cards solely from the knowledge stored in their brain about the Tarot, they are speaking from the ‘Existentialism’ perspective.

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader is about knowing that a Tarot Reader is not a robot.  A functional (healthy-minded) Tarot Reader does a Reading with one foot in the ‘knowledge’ of the cards, while keeping one foot out of the knowledge of the cards.  The foot outside of the knowledge of the cards, is that part which is that human aspects of themselves.

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader is about being in touch with our functional human side.  The functional human aspect of the Tarot Reader (her/his sense of self-identity) tells the Reader to be careful of how they would phrase the reading to their client.  For example, when they pull the Devil Card during a reading, they take the time to relate it’s Tarot meaning to their client.  This is called ‘inoculating’ the client.  It is not only about putting the client’s fear of the Devil’s Card to rest.  It is also to relate its true meaning in a caring, delicate way.  The Tarot Reader is caring.  The “Essence” of who the Tarot Reader as a caring individual needs to be authentic to himself – not suppressed.

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader is about knowing one’s Wonder child.  The essence of who an Intuitive Sensitive Reader is, in Jungian terms, is the “‘Wonder child’.  The Wonder child is that part of our being who is “trusting, open, curious, accepting, non-judgmental, appreciative, and spontaneous.  “Your wonder child is a sensory feeling being.  It is sensitive to others, to the environment, to animals, to music, to colors, and to other vibratory influences”, Donna Martin, M.A.

The Wonder child is that part of ourselves that is a ‘sensitive.  Our sensitive, is the one who senses both the visible and the invisible worlds.  Who ‘feels’ the presence of others from both worlds; who feels the presence of god and the angels, etc…  Sensitives (Intuitives) make great mediums, and great mediumship Tarot Readers.  They also make great life-coaches; their own Wonder child welcomes into the world their client’s Wonder child during such readings.

Our Wonder child is instinctive, intuitive.  The Wonder child not only has faith in his own existence, but also has faith that he will not stop existing even after death.  He has faith in the afterlife, in what will happen to him in the afterlife – because he ‘senses’ the interdimensional realities.  The Wonder child is aware of everything!

The Wonder child is ‘the knowing’.  The Knowing, is that part of you that has a deep sense of ‘knowing’.  It the Knowing, it is also called our intuition.  The Wonder child is the “channel” of love.  It is our Inner Child, our authentic self.  When doing a Reading, the Reader remains authentic to himself.

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader warns about killing our Wonder child for the sake of doing Readings for others.  Suppressing our intuition, our sensitiveness to sensing others around us in the visible and the invisible world, leads us to our death.  We die without using that part of ourselves that uses all of our senses; our senses are essential to us in the visible and non-visible ones.  Our intuitive energy goes to helping others and ourselves through positive energy.  In this way, the Intuitive contributes to the world and to the universe.

Intuitive Sensitive Tarot Reader is also about not being an idiot.  On top of reading the Tarot intuitively, the Intuitive Reader also reads the Tarot with ‘knowledge’ of the Cards.  Just as much as any other Tarot Reader, the Intuitive Reader takes the time to read, study, research, and learn the Tarot.  We are not idiots!

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For further reference:

Wonderchild, Donna Martin, M.A. Certified Hakomi (Mindfulness) therapist and trainer.

The Wonder child, John Bradshaw, B.A., M.A. in Psychology, philosophy, and theology.

Outline of Occult Science, Rudolph Steiner, Philosopher.

Past Life Oracle Cards – Oracle Cards Review By Evergreen

Past Life Oracle Cards - Oracle Cards Review by Evergreen
Past Life Oracle Cards – Oracle Cards Review by Evergreen

 

Past Life Oracle Cards – Oracle Cards Review by Evergreen is my second blog post the series of Oracle Card Decks Review.  More specifically, in this second blog post, I review The Past Life Oracle Cards, by Doreen Virtue and Brian L. Weiss, Md.  Let us get on with it.

The Past Life Oracle Cards, by Doreen Virtue and Brian L. Weiss, Md., is a top quality oracle deck.  The price it sells for on Amazon is well worth it.  I highly recommend this deck if you are looking for oracle cards to do Past Life Card Readings.

Past Life Oracle Cards is a 44 Oracle cards deck.  When you open the box it comes in, you can feel the cards are of good stock.  Both the box and the cards are wrapped for shipping.  Inside the box with the card deck, is a 104-page guidebook.

The Cards:

The cards are about 3” X 5 “.  Just like the Talking to Heaven Mediumship Cards, the Past Life Oracle Cards have a gold trim edge to them.  The photographs are impressive, but nice to look at.  The stock quality is excellent.  Each one of the pictures could very well represent what one might have experienced in a past life.  On each one of the Cards, is a plain and simple description of what the card represents.

The first time you try to shuffle this deck, the cards stick together to the point where you just cannot shuffle them.  You have to separate each one of the cards so to be able to give them a good first time shuffle.  After which, they shuffle well.

Before purchasing the Past Life Oracle Cards, keep in mind that they are exactly what it says on the box.  They are Oracle Cards.  If you are a beginner Oracle Reader, be advised that an ‘Oracle Cards Deck’ is not a ‘Tarot Cards Deck’.

Tarot Cards contain both the Higher and Lower Secrets (Arcana).  Whereas Oracle Cards generally do not.  To read Tarot Cards, knowledge of the Tarot is required.  However, if you prefer reading intuitively, then Oracle Cards are ideal for you!

This said, the Past Life Oracle Cards, by Doreen Virtue and Brian L. Weiss, Md., is just as great for the Beginner as well as for the more experienced Past Life Reader.  Both the knowledgeable and the intuitive Reader may love this Oracle Deck.  The Messages on the Cards get right to the point.  Even though there is writing on the Cards, it should not be a problem for you.  They do not get on your nerves as I view the cards to interpret them.

Past Life Oracle Cards - Oracle Cards Review by Evergreen
Past Life Oracle Cards – Oracle Cards Review by Evergreen

I have performed some Past Life Card Readings with this deck.  As a knowledgeable Intuitive Reader, I have found the Past Life Oracle Cards easy to do ‘Past Life Spreads’.  Past Life Spreads not only show one’s past life, they also show “unfinished business (karmic imbalance)”.  Both the negative and positive karma pours from a Past Life into the current life.

The guidebook:

For a smallish, soft cover guidebook (about 3” by 5”), it is of top quality.  You do not have to strain your eyes to read it.  The authors wrote a description for each one of the cards in a card interpretation style – as if just for you.

There is a section on The Meaning of the Cards.  There is also a section about the Authors themselves.  At the back of the book, there is a How to Become a Certified Angel Card Reader page.

What I like most about this guidebook, is that it has a card index in the Table of Contents.  Each Card has a page number assigned to it.  It is easy to find the card you are looking.

For the beginner Oracle Cards Reader, the Authors explain how to Clear the Card Deck; how to Consecrating them; how to Ask a Question; how to Shuffle the Deck; how to Choose a Card; and how to do a Three Card Message.

What type of Reading is this deck for?

I highly recommend the Past Life Oracle Cards, by Doreen Virtue and Brian L. Weiss, Md., “to help you recall information about your earlier life time”.  Past life recall is “to help you heal physically and emotionally by accessing these memories”.

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