I introduced a glimpse into the fives of the Minor Arcana cards in this youtube video on my new channel (and chatted with you about a few other things, as well). Today, I’m digging deeper into the meaning of the fives. Thank you for joining me on another Tarot Tuesday.
Yesterday, I had an hour of quiet privacy, so I recorded this YouTube video on my new channel to introduce the cards I chose a few days prior, which I analyzed in more wordy (!) detail in this post.
Side note: I’m trying to figure out how things work on youtube, so if you’d like to subscribe, you’d be doing me a favour. Just make sure you subscribe the channel linked above; I have another similar channel which I am trying to get rid of – sorry for the confusion. The clip above is just over 5 minutes long (short). 😉
Tarot cards analysis
On May 20 I chose the following cards during my semi-daily reading:
Do you remember when I talked about stalker cards during a tarot reading? Stalker cards are cards that appear repeatedly over a period of time. It’s almost like the tarot is trying to say “Why didn’t you listen to me before? Here, I will repeat it for you.”
I pulled the Ten of Swords four times between April 18 and May 1 (doing a daily reading of three cards most days). So I thought we should dig deeper into its meaning.
I touched on the Minor Arcana cards previously, but found myself intrigued by the many messages they convey whenever they appear in my daily selections. So I thought I would give a little bit of insights into these court cards in today’s Tarot Supplement.
Between the dates of April 17 and May 5, I chose three cards per day most days. Some of those cards were Major Arcana cards, including the Hanged Man. Interestingly, I picked him twice during those two weeks.