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The minor arcana is similar to a typical deck of cards, containing 4 suits numbered 1-10 with suit cards, except tarot has 4 suit cards rather than 3. The suits in a typical deck (although in some specialty decks they will change the names of these but the meanings are still the same) are cups, pentacles, swords, and wands.           THE CUPS is the element of water. This suit pertains to emotions, creativity, intuition, and relationships. THE PENTACLES is the element of earth. This suit pertains to material wealth, money, career, and manifestation. THE SWORDS is...

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Tarot Talk -

Tarot can be a confusing topic for many and a hard skill to learn.  For Tarot Talk we will be diving in to each card little by little in the hopes of offering an explanation in to it to make it easier to understand for those interested in learning the craft.         Today we will be talking about the Major Arcana and a brief explanation of the cards. Next time, we will be talking about the Minor Arcana and will then get into each card one by one in more detail.          The major...

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Ostara, Pagan Holidays -

Ostara is a time to celebrate life, rebirth, fertility, and more.  To get yourself in to the spirit of spring, you may decorate your home in a variety of ways.  For more information about Ostara, please see the general information blog post located here: https://the-whimsical-witch.myshopify.com/blogs/ostara-2020/ostara-information-poem-and-spellwork-2020   Decorate for Imbolc in a variety of ways that can include: Baskets Butterflies Eggs Flowers Seeds Cocoons Budding twigs Spring water Colored ribbons Clovers Animals: Bees Boars Butterflies Chicks Dragon Hedgehogs Horse Lambs Phoenix Rabbit Ram Robin Snake Unicorn Crystals and stones: Agate Amethyst Apatite Aquamarine Aventurine Bloodstone Carnelian Chrysocolla Citrine Jade Jasper Moonstone Moss...

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Ostara, Pagan Holidays -

Ostara is a season of balance, when the light is equal to the darkness. It is when the birds have hatched, the lambs are born, and the plants start blooming. It is a time to celebrate the rebirth of the soil and the land. 

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