Tarot Meaning - The Magician
This blog helps you to learn tarot by providing easy poems to memorize meanings and shows you how to interpret cards in different positions in the spread. Here is the introduction: Easy way to Learn Tarot. Cards must be interpreted in the light of the question asked by the questioner. The spread tells a personal story and as a reader you must use your intuition to interpret the possible journey of the questioner.
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Here is the magician from the Rider Tarot deck.
The magician is surrounded by cultivated flowers representing mans desire to control nature. On the table, he has his tools the sword, wand, cup and pentacle representing all of the elements. He is skilled at his trade and points from the sky to the earth He may be smart or he may be a trickster.
I am the magician card number one; I’m skilled at what I do,
I have the power of imagination and I can outsmart you.
I have all the tools and all the tricks,
I’ve coins and cups and swords and sticks.
All the elements earth, water; wind and fire
Watch me shape them to my desire.
I know how to make the grade
I am the master of my trade.
Most books on tarot do not give you many tips on how to interpret the card in different positions. Here are some ideas on how to interpret "The Magician' in different positions using the traditional Celtic Cross spread.
Card number one, Present Position: the questioner is skilled in many things, may be a "jack of all trades".
Card number two, Immediate Influence: the questioner is being influenced by someone who is skilled in their field or maybe someone who is a trickster.
Card number 3, Goal or Destiny: the questioner is looking to learn new skills.
Card number four, Distant Past Foundation: many years ago, the questioner learned many skills and was adaptable to many situations.
Card number 5, Recent Past Events: the questioner has met someone who is multi talented or they have learned new skills themselves.
Card number 6, Future Influence: the questioner will become a master of many trades and have learned new skills.
Card Number 7, The Questioner: the questioner has the characteristics of a skilled person who is adaptable to many different situations.
Card Number 8, Environmental Factors: there is someone or something in the questioner's life who has the characteristics of the magician.
Card Number 9, Inner Emotions: the questioner wants to be skilled and adaptable, using all of the elements at their disposal.
Card Number 10: Final Result: the magician in this position may mean that the questioner has attained many skills and tricks in many different areas.
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I started reading tarot cards many years ago when I was in college, I was studying business but my real interest has always been in psychology, astrology, tarot and dreams. I waited a long time to pursue tarot reading professionally. I do not understand how tarot cards work or why they work. I do not believe that you need special powers to read the cards but experience and an understanding of the symbols on each card opens the doors to a successful interpretation.
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