The Fool - Card Meaning

The Fool is the first card of the Major Arcana in the Tarot deck. He begins the journey of Tarot, taking the first steps on an inspirational path of learning, wisdom and enlightenment. The Fool has no plan, his journey is sparked by a desire for change, to break free from constraints and to realise his potential. No doubt the card carries a high degree of risk, The Fool has no plan and he doesn’t know what lies ahead. From a rational point of view this journey seems foolish. However, The Fool has embarked on a road less travelled and there’s not turning back. This is a path of spiritual and personal development that can only lead to fulfilment in the truest sense.

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Ace of Pentacles & Ace of Swords

Bearing in mind the pentacle symbolises a talisman or magical object, the Ace of Pentacles is a highly auspicious card signifying a potent new beginning or opportunity.  This could be a new financial beginning that provides a lump sum of money, such as an inheritance or a financial deposit for a new home.  The material nature of the Ace of Pentacles, combined with its magical quality, offers a new opportunity that will enrich our lives deeply over a long period of time.  Such opportunities don’t happen often but when they do, they change our lives for the better, beckoning an optimistic era.

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Ace of Wands

The wands are an adventurous, outgoing, hard working physical suite.  Like all aces, the Ace of Wands beckons a new beginning or opportunity.  The card is filled with elemental energy and literally bursts forth, as small leaves fly off in all directions from its intensity.  The Ace of Wands is an inspirational card, reflective of its dynamic energy, signifying eagerness, strength, vitality and optimism.  The card sparks fiery creation, initiative, sexual energy and a passion for life.  In a reading, the card most often reflects the initiation of a new job or creative opportunity.

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Ace of Cups

All ace cards gift us with new beginning, an opportunity to start afresh in order to explore each suites fullest potential, so in this respect they are quite auspicious cards.  The Ace of Cups is a card of receptivity and signifies a creative new beginning filled with love, joy, peace and happiness.  

 

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