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category The Minor Arcana

Maybe you know The Major Arcana. But what are the pip cards, and how do they function? Let’s explore the swords, pentacles, wands, and cups.

How to Read the Queen of Swords with The Craft

In the poker game of life, Nancy gets a raw deal. She lives with her mother and abusive stepfather in a tiny trailer, and the whole school slut shames her for allegedly giving super hunk Chris an STI. It’s enough to make any girl go goth.

How to Read the Queen of Wands with The Craft

We don’t see much of Bonnie as a centered, balanced Queen of Wands. True to the teenage girl experience, she’s pendulous in nature. It can be hard for fire signs to tame themselves, but when they do, there’s nothing they can’t achieve.

How to Read the Queen of Cups with the Craft

When Rochelle drinks of her sisters at their blood ritual in the park, she asks for compassion. She wants the power to not hate those who hate her. Pretty mature stuff considering the malicious, racist bullying she has to put up with at school. 

How to Read the Queen of Pentacles with The Craft

Sarah’s path is the Queen of Pentacles going from reversed to upright. The other girls go from upright to reversed, making for a really interesting dynamic. Let’s read the Queen of Pentacles with our sweet guardian of the watchtowers of the north.

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The word of the day is perspective. That’s what I hear most often. Tarot gives you a bird’s eye view of where you’re at, where you want to be, and the steps to take to get there.

How to Use this Tarot Blog

When I first got into tarot, I was easily overwhelmed by specifics. Though every little detail is important, I believe you can approach tarot by memorizing the feeling of each card. Learn to apply it to your own hero’s journey, and you’ll remember it with ease. There’ll always be more goodies to fold in later.

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