PENTAGRAM TAROT

“Nature does not hurry, yet everything is accomplished.”

Lao Tzu

When using Tarot Magic, the cards will show a path of probability that is likely to be successful for a certain desire. The cards may seem random, but they do have a real, definite meaning overall.  It is best to draw five cards in order, put them clockwise to their positions at the Pentagram. Duplicate cards are placed and to become reversed.

This skill is more “forceful” type of Nature Magic. When one wants any success in this world, the cards may seem “cold” in order to achieve it. One can expand from this base reading into connecting with the Higher Self and any other forms. Willpower is a major factor to success, though time and space can be “bent” to the Action of the Spirit.

Many see this as a Spell, but it is more than that. It is how to “create” Spells by using the symbology of the Cards. This would then be made into a Sigil and can be used again. There are many forms of Magic, but symbolism is the best way to hide Magic from the ignorant. One must really be mentally set on the type of outcomes they want.

SPIRIT:        Major Arcana (Intent).

EARTH:        Pentacles (Skill).

AIR:              Swords (Action).

WATER:       Cups (Emotion).

FIRE:           Wands (Willpower).

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EXAMPLE TAROT SPREAD:

One should shuffle the cards between each draw.

Five cards are drawn: The Devil, The Empress, The World, Page of Wands, and Ten of Cups.

The Devil: This is put in the Spirit area at the top of the Pentagram. This represents the Shadow Self or Slavery. This can be addictions, attachments, restrictions, etc. This can be the present situation where one feels trapped or restricted by not dealing with negative aspects in life, themselves or the ego.

The Empress (Reversed): There was no Pentacles card drawn, so the Empress Card has been put in this position, reversed. The card is read as normal with an Skill attached to it. Here, means that one should try to learn the skills required that will bring meaning to life and ambitions, independent of others.

The World (Reversed): There was no Air Card, so this one has been placed here reversed, and with a relation to Action. This can mean a delay to one’s ambition due to the need to finish other projects. Sometimes there can be no short cuts, and one must find their own way.

Ten of Cups: This has been put in the Water (Emotion) position of the Pentagram. Here, it means to try to mend relationships between those who were once friends, relatives or others one was emotionally connected to.

Page of Wands: This position as Fire, is of Willpower and what one must strive for. The card here suggests that one should continue with whatever motivates them and makes them feel most free to express themselves.

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