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PDF | On Jan 9, , Johannes Fiebig and others published DOWNLOAD PDF The Ultimate Guide to the Rider Waite Tarot. Download [PDF] Books The Ultimate Guide to the Rider Waite Tarot (PDF, ePub, Mobi) by Johannes Fiebig Books Online for Read. Dr. Arthur Edward Waite () was a genuine scholar of occultism whose published works include The Holy Kabbalah and The Key to the Tarot first.

Inner knowing. Dominant female.

Dominant male. Union with another, two as one.

Mediation and negotiation. Patience, control, compassion. Getting it right. Unexpected and possibly unwanted change. Spiritual love and joy. Accomplishment, completion.

Pause before the next stage. When someone is dealing with a set of circumstances, they are right in the middle of the action. And, while a Major can point out the overall energy, the Minor card is able to pinpoint the details and give the necessary advice—now. Ace of Wands -- Rush of energy, inspiration, passion, creativity.

Two of Wands -- Planning, decisions, delays. Three of Wands -- Enterprise, entrepreneurial spirit, responsibility, opportunity. New job. Four of Wands -- Community, celebration, domestic comfort, engagement, wedding, housewarming.

A job well done. Five of Wands -- Arguments, disagreements, tension, competition, strife. Six of Wands -- Victory, achievement. Good results in exams. Public acknowledgment. Seven of Wands -- Standing your ground, challenge, not giving up. Eight of Wands -- Change, getting organized, motivation, travel, possible pregnancy. Nine of Wands -- Courage, determination, resilience. Ten of Wands -- Responsibilities, stress, tough times. Page of Wands -- Explorer, potential, free agent, no ties, messenger or message arriving swiftly.

Knight of Wands -- Lust, enthusiasm, entrepreneurial spirit, scattered energy.

Queen of Wands -- Warmth, vibrancy, sexual enthusiasm. King of Wands -- Leader, visionary, role model, temperamental, egotistical. The Suit of Cups Cups are connected to emotions, and relationships with others and self. Ace of Cups -- Overwhelming romantic and spiritual love. New relationship, friendship.

Two of Cups -- Attraction, love, commitment. Four of Cups -- Emotional stability, contemplation, meditation, inward focus. Five of Cups -- Loss, hurt, disappointment, bereavement, regret, pain.

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Emotional challenge. Six of Cups -- Memories of people and places. Childhood, children, grandchildren. Seven of Cups -- Fantasy, imagination, too many choices. Eight of Cups -- Parting, leaving home. Emotional choice. Nine of Cups -- Emotional security. Comfort, satisfaction, happiness. Ten of Cups -- Family, harmony, fulfillment, peace, love. Page of Cups -- Explorer of feelings, creative, messenger or message arriving from overseas.

Knight of Cups -- Romantic beau.

Loves to love. Queen of Cups -- Intuitive, compassionate woman, good friend. King of Cups -- Friendly, gentle man. Emotionally supportive. The Suit of Swords Swords are connected to the intellect and communication. Ace of Swords -- Clarity, decision made, insight, understanding, truth revealed.

Two of Swords -- Indecision, not acknowledging the truth, afraid to face reality. Three of Swords -- Miscommunication, rejection, hurtful words, painful realization. Four of Swords -- Withdrawal, resting the mind, time-out, meditation. Five of Swords -- Conflict, tension, mental challenge, bullying.

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Six of Swords -- Transition, recovery, moving on, travel. Seven of Swords -- Stealth, reclaiming something lost, mental trickery, betrayal, theft. Eight of Swords -- Self-entrapment, perceived imprisonment, isolation. Nine of Swords -- Anxiety, depression, nightmares, endless negative thought.

Ten of Swords -- Defeat, ending, death. Page of Swords -- Mentally agile, restless, experimenting. Paperback Verified download. The ultimate guide to the Rider Waite Tarot overestimates the guide's usefulness. This manual has it's place for the experienced tarot reader who wants to consider the meaning of specific features and imagery within a card. However, descriptions are abstract, style of the text wooden resulting in the information lacking cohesion. It is definitely not for beginners or the faint hearted.

The basic meaning and spiritual evidence provided for each card is the manual's strongest feature. One of the book's strengths is that it reads and presents as a glossary.

Beautiful color illustrations printed on good quality glossy paper. Includes individual symbolism annotations for each card, along with a brief historical reference, and well explained indications. A must have!!! As soon as I read a card interpretation that mentioned Harry Potter I felt like this was not the book I was looking for.

This book points out the 10 most important symbols of each card and their meaning. If you're just starting out, I recommend getting this set plus the ultimate guide since it gives you additional meanings and information on reversed cards.

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Very informative. My favorite is how they breakdown the 10 symbols and their meaning's. Probably not the best for beginner's. First, let me say that the title "The Ultimate Guide I give this book a three star rating because I find it useful on two fronts: This helps me to think about each symbol, but frankly, the blurbs do not have enough supporting scholarship, for instance, in The Fool Card, they state that his yellow boots are the sixth most important symbol and write, "The Fool goes his way with great self-confidence; every step is taken consciously.

I would associate joie-de-vivre with the Fool, but not consciousness. He is apparently headed over the cliff, unless the dog can get his attention. As the writers point out, his arms are outspread, and his sleeves flap open, almost like wings.

Perhaps he is completely aware of his surroundings and only steps to the cliff edge to enjoy the view, but I do not believe the images in the card support this.

Then, the flower in his left hand, symbolizing the fleeting nature of his existence should he step over the cliff is not even chosen as one of the ten most important symbols in itself. It is sandwiched with the sun and dog because all three are white. I think the rose is more significant on its own than a few others these writers have chosen.

Which brings me to 2 this book is valuable in that it gives me a lot to disagree with, and disagreement means thinking about things - what the writers say, what I believe, and pursuing the argument, for it is the discourse that ultimately brings understanding.

I am glad I downloadd this book, but let's be honest: It is better than a white guide book, but less than many of the other Tarot books on the market. Excellent for beginners, but more of a guide for interpretation than an interpretation itself. If you aren't prepared to do some thinking and soul-searching, you may not be all that interested in tarot cards after all, so I would consider most of the complaints about this product to be misunderstanding.

All in all an excellent guide that can help you learn to interpret what the tarot has to say to YOU. See all reviews.

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For me, tarot is a fascinating system that reflects all human life. Childhood, children, grandchildren. Content is for informational or entertainment purposes only and does not substitute for personal counsel or professional advice in business, financial, legal, or technical matters.

If you aren't prepared to do some thinking and soul-searching, you may not be all that interested in tarot cards after all, so I would consider most of the complaints about this product to be misunderstanding.

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