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desertrosetarot:

A spread that I came up with about three years ago while I was using the Vision Quest Tarot deck. :) 

Vision Quest Tarot Spread 

Position 1- The spark that starts it.

Position 2- What you should contemplate on first.

Position 3- The action you should take.

Position 4- What you’re ultimately seeking on your vision quest.

Position 5- Who/What will support you.

Position 6- Who/What will challenge you.

Position 7- Where you will discover a hidden strength.

Position 8- The possible outcome of your quest.

Positions 9 and 10- Two things/lessons you will learn through it all.

Hermes

Hermes

thedruidsteaparty:

fuhersatangod:

astropagan:

Understanding Aura Colors

Wouldn’t it be awesome if our followers would send us which one they think we had?

Meg Hill (facebook & website) Meg is a lovely woman =)

//Dark and Magical beings//

Grim Reaper -

Death is often given the name Grim Reaper and, from the 15th century on wards, came to be shown as a skeletal figure carrying a large scythe and clothed in a black cloak with a hood. In Jewish tradition, Death was referred to as the Angel of Death(Malach HaMavet) or the Angel of dark and light stemming from the Bible and Talmudic lore. 

vufus:

"Crystal Chakra Painting"

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innerselfnotes:

Starting Over Spread (Giving Your Past the Middle Finger)

Here’s the thing. I never intended this spread to look like it was flipping you off. I’m not sure how it didn’t translate on paper, but it wasn’t until I was making it on my computer that I was like, “Holy shit.” And I love it! A great symbol for leaving the past behind.

I tend to create spreads that have something to do with my life at the time. Right now, I am basically starting over. You can call it a quarter-life crisis. So, I tested this spread (as you should) on myself before publishing it here. And, yup, it works! :D

I love seven-card spreads mostly because I love the number seven. Also, I believe numbering is huge - meaning the order in which you lay down the cards. Let’s look at those now:

1 - Now: sums up your current situation/feelings

2 - What you left behind: your past (the good, bad, and ugly)

3 - Guidance: for moving forward (this can be a person or just a thought)

4 - Nearest obstacle: the next challenge you’ll face

5 - How to overcome: how to overcome that obstacle

6 - What to learn: what to take away from that experience

7 - The other side: what’s waiting for you after the challenge

You could even leave off cards 2 & 3 for a simpler spread to do over and over again for each new obstacle you face.

Well, that’s about it. I am proud of this one - please do not steal it in any way! But please use it, share it, repost, etc. And leave me feedback, if you wish!

arcanemysteries:

Sixth Sense Tarot Spread.