Author: Samira

Mother of Pentacles, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Mother of Pentacles The Mother of Pentacles is calm and nurturing. A momma dear and her fawn nestle in comfort and trust. The Mother of Pentacles is resting. She lies…

Ten of Swords, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Ten of Swords Ten of Swords represents the embodiment of victimhood and its great release. Victimhood is a trap of the mind, which keeps you in a lower vibrational state…

Ten of Cups, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Ten of Cups reveals the embodiment of abundant energy exuding from your vibration. This is the fruit of your labors. This card represents the fulfillment and deep gratitude for life that has completely shifted your experience to the highest vibrational alignment in every breath you take. When you move with this wholeness, an ease and grace nourish and bless the entirety of your life. This energy ripples out into the collective. This presence of wholeness is what heals yourself and purifies the world. This inner-standing needs nothing from the world to be fully in this light. Ten of Cups emits a rainbow light stream that gives and receives equally. Great peace arises as you continue opening and receiving the light from Source.

Seven of Wands, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Seven of Wands The Seven of Wands portrays one black wand burning a bright light within the darkness. Six wands part ways for the one flame to burn through all…

Daughter of Swords, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Daughter of Swords pierces softly through illusion. The owl sees through the game of fear and the strong sense of false identification of self. She sees through illusion, and rests in her star filled being. If identification sprouts within yourself as fear, remove the power of this invisible ghost. Fears that arise within are internal responses that are created by the false self appearing real. These fears that have been nurtured and protected, gain strength each time you bow down to their force.

The Chariot, The Wild Unknown Tarot

7. The Chariot The luminous, white horse has a direct gaze with full focused and fiery attention, with a crescent moon on the third eye, pentacle around his neck, the…

Mother of Cups, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Mother of Cups Mother of Cups is Master of Intuition. She knows all before anything is spoken. The white swan is depicted on the card with her wing above one…

Six of Wands, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Six of Wands Six of Wands reveals a butterfly flying in a pure, white sky. Below the butterfly there are mangled wands, engulfed in darkness and chaos. This time is…

Father of Swords, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Father of Swords The Father of Swords depicts an owl peering forward, with focused eyes. The owl is perched on a rainbow colored sword. The owl can see in all…

Nine of Wands, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Nine of Wands The Nine of Wands presents a stairwell of wild, unruly wands. The stairwell leads to a crescent moon shining above the top step. The crescent moon connects…

Ace of Pentacles, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Ace of Pentacles Ace of Pentacles is filled with vibrant and inspiring energy. Pentacles are associated with the earth element and the material realm. Ace of Pentacles is connected to…

Father of Cups, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Father of Cups Father of Cups displays a black swan, with a calm demeanour, sitting on the water. There appears to be rain coming down depicted by vertical, black lines…

Son of Wands, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Son of Wands depicts the aspect of you with aligned and highly ambitious energy. As you work each day, you are fulfilling the visions of fire and earth to existence. The snake is wrapped around the wand, protecting this vision, and releasing all not serving his path. The snake protects his endeavour from all those who try and deter him. He knows the vision must emerge to complete this cycle of energies, birthing his next cycle. The Son of Wands card is authentic and clear expression.

Daughter of Cups, The Wild Unknown Tarot

Daughter of Cups The Daughter of Cups card depicts a baby swan, sitting on the water with a soft presence. The water has horizontal lines expanding into infinity. The only…

Death Card, The Wild Unknown Tarot

To be fooled by the appearance of this card is to miss the tremendous power that lives here. Although all you might see is darkness, death, and endings, it is this very destruction which replaces your personal eyes with the one eye of Great Spirit. The loss and destruction in all forms, inner and outer, takes place to assist the evolution of the Spirit. All masks of God are used to assist your discovery of original source. To trust this change is to place your trust in a deeper union of self- to remove that which has outgrown an old paradigm. The original tarot did not have the name Death as card XIII. It was a nameless card. Do not be swayed by the modern name of death, for this is beginning of a new life replacing you as pure spirit.

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