The sun tarot card
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The Sun, in upright position from the Major Arcana suit in the tarot deck and its meanings, including the astrology and numerology meanings. #TheSun #MajorAcarna #TarotCardMeanings #Tarot
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Collection of Tarot Art by Stone Circle and Crystal images. Sun, Moon and Star original art work
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Tarot can sometimes seem like a chaste affair, especially in the Rider-Waite-Smith deck where the nude figures are either presented as archetypes (The Lovers) or in solitary introspection (The Star). A quick look at other decks like the deliciously cheeky and bawdy Eros Tarot by Uusi or
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The Sun is the opposition to the Moon. The card is associated with joy, life, and positive energy. Besides, it foreshadows success and fortune. Fast keywords for interpretation: positive, success, joy, innocence, confidence, vitality, inner child, pregnancy, fortune, openness, enthusiasm, ego. General meaning The Sun represents positive and success. The card calls to always be
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The Sun is a very positive tarot card to get in a general reading. This card gives an assurance that the situation is going to get better.
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Illustration: In a Tarot card reading, The Sun in a spread can be a symbol of achievement, happiness and summertime. This post includes a vintage and modern fortune telling meanings of The Sun, ideal for the advanced reader or those just learning the cards. These interpretations can be used with any of the decks (Rider Waite, Marseilles etc). Cards used in post is The Sun from The Wooden Tarot deck.
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How many hopes made or dashed. How many fears affirmed. How many decisions made on the turn of a card. The toss of a die.
The Sun card symbolizes joy, vitality and your inner child. This card appears when it’s time to embrace the source of all vital life and recognize that same radiant energy within yourself. This card also reminds you to connect to the warmth and playfulness associated with childhood.
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