Tarot Cards and the Ancient Tree of Life
Tarot Cards: End and New Beginnings
Learning how to read the Tarot has been one of the best gifts I have received.
I’ve been reading Tarot Cards for well over 20 years!
Over those years, I have learned quite a bit.
I have also given hundreds upon hundred of reading for myself and others.
Each time you sit with someone or connect with them, you not only learn about them, but you also learn more about yourself.
December marks the end of our calendar year. It is the last month in the 12-month lineup.
But with all endings, there must be new beginnings.
Just as December is the last month of the year, Capricorn is also the last sign in Astrology of the Zodiac.
Capricorn is an interesting sign.
It is both an Earth sign, a Water Sign.
Capricorn is a hybrid.
Capricorn is also ruled by the planet Saturn.
Saturn is the planet to the Outside, the Ancestors and the Darker spectrum of existence.
Saturn essentially represents the gateway, doorway, or portal to Death.
It is the dark “untapped potential” of all life and existence in the known and unknown universe.
Like fertile rich soil, Saturn and Death represent the base for all things that live and die.
With all things in life that end, there are also beginnings.
The end of one cycle is the beginning of another.
This Circle of Cycle of Life.
To understand the cycle of Life, Death, and Rebirth, one gains a glimpse into the nature of one’s self, nature and the universe.
One learns the process of creation.
The highest form of knowledge.
Capricorn Tarot Reading
There are many different ways to read Tarot cards.
Over the years, I have learned that reading the tarot is not about fortune-telling or predicting the future.
Reading the Tarot is about learning to read and understand YOU.
It can also be used to unlock doors to understanding for the reader and for others that you read for.
Reading the Tarot is about Pathwork.
There are 22 Major Arcana cards in the Tarot ( along with 56 other minor arcana cards).
There are also 22 Paths on the Tree of Life.
The Tarot was designed as a tool to help a Seeker or Practitioner open up doors of understanding.
It was used as a magickal device to learn more about Oneself and the Universe around them (As within, So WIthout… Microcosm, Macrocosm).
The Tarot is an intricate system designed to lear a practitioner from one path on the Tree of Life to the next.
Along those 22 Paths, there are also 10 Spheres, Orbs, or Sephiras.
Each of these 10 Sephira represents knowledge, wisdom or understanding.
As a Practitioner or Pathworker works on themselves they traverse many paths in life.
These paths lead to these spheres of self discovery, learning and education.
There is immense information located in each sphere on the Ancient Tree of Life.
Capricorn Tarot Reading
For my Capricorn Tarot Reading, I pulled The Art Card.
In other Tarot Decks, this card is also called The Temperance Card.
The Art Card represents the ancient art of Alchemy.
Alchemy is the ability and process of transforming an element into another element.
It is also the ability to change one form of energy or matter into another.
The term Alchemy comes from the ancient Arabic word meaning “Al-Kimiya”.
Al-Kimiya means “Alchemy from Kemet”.
Spiritual Alchemy is the process of transforming one’s base self into something else.
It is the ability to ascend to transcend one’s lower self.
The Pyramids in Kemet represent part of the formula for Spiritual Alchemy.
The Pyramids of Giza, Khufu and Menkaure are lower (earthly) incarnations or representations of the Higher 3 Stars in the Orions Nebula.
They represent the belt of Orion, the Great Hunter or Predator.
The Orion Nebula and its 7 Stars are the basis for the 7 Pillars, 7 Frameworks, 7 Rays of Light and the 7 Lesser Gods on the Sumerian and Babylonian Ladder of Lights.
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