Archangel Michael is warrior and defender of all whom are in need of protection. He represents righteousness, mercy and justice, and is also said to offer healing and support at times of important change. In the context of Judgement, Michael is seen when there is a call to rise to a more meaningful existence. Judgement symbolises integrity and truthful recognition of circumstance and past experiences, and the bearing these have on our future. The card arises when there is a push or call from within that forces us to make a great change, raising important questions which must be reconciled with truth, integrity and honour.Read More
The 2 of Cups can represent different types of relationships, such as a platonic or healing relationship, where there is great mutual respect. Often it is symbolic of a deep, long lasting spiritual bond with another person, firmly anchored in love and romance. The couple in the card have reached a state of balance and this reciprocal flow produces mutual growth, appreciation and loving unification. They are unified by the caduceus and the lion, indicating healing and passion.Read More
The Devil is a sexually hedonistic card fuelled by lust and desire. When you think about spicing up your sex with something naughty and new, then you are moving into experience of the cards deeper sexual nature. Sexually speaking, anything goes with The Devil, the card unfolds your deepest fantasies and evolves your sexual vocabulary all for the sake of pleasure.
Love, relationships and romance are one of the popular reasons people search tarot for an answer. Emotional involvement with a person puts your heart at risk, so you want to know if it's safe to open up and allow that them into your life. Flirtation, an old flame that burns brightly, or an individual who you are totally in love with, sometimes you just want to know where things are heading. If you have your own set of tarot cards you use one of these easy to follow examples to understand the dynamics and direction of the relationship.Read More
The suite of cups, as a rule, is about feelings, emotions, intuition, sensitivity, imagination, joy and peace. In the context of a relationship, the cups allow the soul to receive love. When you look at the essence of water it is an element that mixes, moulds and flows. It can run shallow or it can pool off into great depths. This is how a relationship will run its course, a couples feelings can produce anything from a superficial flirtation to the deepest and most powerful experience of a loving relationship.Read More