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What does the Nine of Swords mean?

Nine of Swords -- Tarot of the MastersHere is a pithy meaning for the Nine of Swords:
“We suffer more often in imagination than in reality.” — Seneca

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Note: Each of these pithy Tarot meanings is just one facet of its card. Find more of them on my Card Meanings page.  Also, get my Pithy Tarot Book and LIKE my Pithy Tarot Facebook page!

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What does the Emperor card mean?

Emperor -- Tarot of the MastersHere is a pithy meaning for the Emperor card:
Are you impressed with the Emperor’s new clothes?

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Note: Each of these pithy Tarot meanings is just one facet of its card. Find more of them on my Card Meanings page.  Also, get my Pithy Tarot Book and LIKE my Pithy Tarot Facebook page!

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What does the Ace of Wands mean?

Wands01Here is a (very) pithy meaning for the Ace of Wands: 
It’s an ego thing.

Often we think that we are acting rationally, when actually, our ego is in control and we don’t realize it. Or, when we wonder why someone else is being irrational in their actions, it’s about their ego.  When we understand that, we can deal with what’s going on much better. 

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Note: Each of these pithy Tarot meanings is just one facet of its card. Find more of them on my Card Meanings page.  Also, get my Pithy Tarot Book and LIKE my Pithy Tarot Facebook page!

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What does the Eight of Swords mean?

Eight of SwordsHere is a pithy meaning for the Eight of Swords:
You say your hands are tied, but really, you just aren’t willing to find an innovative solution.

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Note: Each of these pithy Tarot meanings is just one facet of its card. Find more of them on my Card Meanings page.  Also, get my Pithy Tarot Book and LIKE my Pithy Tarot Facebook page!

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What does the Five of Pentacles mean?

Five of Pentacles RWS2.0Here is a pithy meaning for the Five of Pentacles:
“For better or for worse.” — It’s rarely 50/50, you know.

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Note: Each of these pithy Tarot meanings is just one facet of its card. Find more of them on my Card Meanings page.  Also, get my Pithy Tarot Book and LIKE my Pithy Tarot Facebook page!

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What does the Five of Swords mean?

Five of Swords -- Tarot of the MastersHere is a pithy meaning for the Five of Swords:
“Every time you see someone as less than you, question it.” — Byron Katie

For a longer discussion about this meaning, see my Spiritual Message of the Five of Swords from several years ago.

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Note: Each of these pithy Tarot meanings is just one facet of its card. Find more of them on my Card Meanings page.  Also, get my Pithy Tarot Book and LIKE my Pithy Tarot Facebook page!

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What does the Page of Swords mean?

Youth / Page of Swords -- Tarot of the MastersHere is a pithy meaning for the Page of Swords:
“Wisdom begins in wonder.” — Socrates

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Note: Each of these pithy Tarot meanings is just one facet of its card. Find more of them on my Card Meanings page.  Also, get my Pithy Tarot Book and LIKE my Pithy Tarot Facebook page!

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What does the Queen of Swords mean?

Queen of Swords RWS2.0Here is a pithy meaning for the Queen of Swords:
Turn your wounds into wisdom.

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Note: Each of these pithy Tarot meanings is just one facet of its card. Find more of them on my Card Meanings page.  Also, get my Pithy Tarot Book and LIKE my Pithy Tarot Facebook page!

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Eight-Year Anniversary!

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On this day in history:

Eight years ago today I registered on WordPress to began this blog. The next day I posted my first article, and I thought it would be a fitting celebration to link you to that post, which was titled “Conned by the Tarot.”

April Fool’s day came a few days later, and of course, it’s fast approaching again, so I will also share my blog post titled “Your Inner Child on April Fool’s day.” I hope you enjoy that one too. In addition, you might want to see some other highlights of the many hundreds of posts from the past eight years, so I would like to refer you to a one titled (appropriately) “What’s on this blog?

Finally, I want to thank all of you, my readers, for traveling on this exciting Tarot journey with me.

PS: I chose the Four of Wands to illustrate this post due to its sense of celebration.

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