Gilded Tarot Royale
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Ten of Wands– Overburdened. Taking on too many responsibilities. Forward movement is slow but can be achieved. Try to shed some of the load.
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The Hanging Man (Hanged Man) is shown suspended by chains from what appears to be the Wheel of Fortune. To me, he appears to be flailing, as his hands are free and out at his sides - one arm hanging down, the other bent up at the elbow. In symbolism, the Gilded Tarot is fundamentally Rider-Waite but it is not a clone or even a re-drawing of Pamela Colman-Smith’s very familiar art. Rather than simply copying, Ciro has used its imagery as a jumping off point for his imagination and inspiration. The Gilded Tarot isn’t one to use for its comparative historical symbolism or occult and esoteric depth, but the card images are unique and beautiful, feeling more like a beautiful fantasy or the inhabiting of a hyper-real dream-world than the Rider-Waite ever did. Fool 0— “Let’s go….!” Represents all potential possibilities. A blank slate. Trust in the Universe. Taking a risk, being open to anything. Foolishness.Strength 8— “Shhh, everything will be fine.” Inner strength, persuasion, gentleness, trust, tactfulness, diplomacy, patience. Kindness to animals, children and those in need. Queen of Swords– Seeker of truth, does not tolerate fools, intellectual, incisive. Tells it how it is. Capable of making it to the top of her profession. Prefers intelligent adults to children. For those seeking a more comprehensive reading, the “Gilded Tarot Celtic Cross Spread” is an excellent choice. This ten-card spread delves into various aspects of the querent’s life or a specific situation. Each card is assigned a specific position and significance, revealing information about the present circumstances, underlying influences, external forces, hopes and fears, and potential outcomes. The Celtic Cross Spread provides a nuanced exploration of different factors at play, offering a holistic understanding of the situation and guidance for the querent’s journey.
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The Ten of Cups presents a typical family scene but only the mother and daughter. There is also a family of cats sitting in front of a house. Instead of a rainbow line, we can see an image of ten cups arranged in an arc over that house. Marchetti mentioned this is the scene where the head of the family is coming home to his wife and children. It is quite confusing as part of the family is missing here. Empress 3— “Come here and give me a hug.” Fertility, abundance, nurturing, childbirth, motherhood. Prosperity, growth, fruition. Good outlook for marriage and relationships. Gardening, farming, cultivation.Eight of Cups– An emotional decision made. Turning away from a situation. Taking a more difficult path. Ace of Swords– Sudden break-though, clarity of thought, new ways of communication. The truth revealed. A new philosophy or way of perceiving the world. Six of Cups– Emotional healing, renewing old friendships, nostalgia, childhood, children. Playfulness.
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Nine of Swords– Fear, anxiety, worry, nightmares. Unable to see a solution. Know that the solution lies within the problem. Turn things around and try seeing everything from a new perspective. I’m sending you my original list on a Word.docx. You can print it out. Although, of course it’s not very comprehensive. King of Swords– Authoritarian, intellectual, usually at the top of his profession (lawyer, surgeon, writer, etc.). Fair, takes responsibility, good communicator, logical, clear thinker, commands respect. Fair with his children but never indulgent.World 21— “I’m exactly where I need to be.” Completion, fulfilment, attainment. End of a life cycle. Pause, transition, waiting. King of Cups– Sincere, wise, avoids conflict. Good mediator and diplomat. Open hearted but can be introverted. Kind to his children but may appear weak to them in later life.