How to work with deities, archetypes and mythological figures in Tarot card readings for beginners. If you want to add more spirituality to your card readings, and increase your psychic abilities, then calling on different types of spirits for your readings is an ideal thing to learn how to do. Here, we look at how to use deities, archetypes and mythological figures as spirits for your Tarot card readings.
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What do the mythological creatures on Tarot cards mean? What is the significance behind the creature and monster symbolism of the Tarot? What are the Tarot cards with magical animal symbols and their meanings? On the 2 of Cups, the Wheel of Fortune, The World, 7 of Cups, and The Chariot? Such as The Sphinx and so on?
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