Learn to read tarot - The High Priestess
This is my tarot reading blog to help you to learn the meanings of the tarot cards quickly and easily, using visual, audio and kinaesthetic cues. I like to use the traditional Rider Waite tarot cards as the symbology is so beautiful.
The High Priestess
This is card number 2 of the major arcana - it symbolises duality and partnerships.
The high priestess sits in front of a veil which represents the conscious and unconscious mind.
The pomegranates on the veil represent seeds and fertility, the hidden feminine, marriage, life, death and rebirth.
Persephone who had to return to the underworld for 6 months every year is associated with the pomegranate.
The priestess sits between 2 pillars of metal, representing strength and establishment.
Despite this there is a strong sense of the feminine with the Egyptian lily representing rebirth.
The priestess wears a blue robe, that is associated with the throat chakra and with communication.
On her head is a diadem representing authority.
On her lap there is a Tora scroll showing hidden knowledge, there is a feeling of secrets that will be revealed in time.
The moon represents change, moon cycles and feminine energy.
The high priestess is a teacher, a librarian, a guarder of knowledge of fertility and feminine secrets. She represents knowledge and depth, intuition and spirituality.
Here is a link to my YouTube video about the high priestess:
I have added some tarot quizzes to TikTok under Mysticpolly. Enjoy!
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I started interpreting dreams when I was a teenager. I always had very detailed dreams and would recount them to my friends. A boyfriend bought me a dream dictionary and I started to delve into interpretation. Unfortunately, I found that many dreams had elements that were contradictory and so I did not get a good understanding of my dream by just using a dictionary.
I realised that different people have different relationships with dream symbols based on experience, their daily lives and culture. A person who keeps snakes will have a different interpretation of a snake dream to a person who has a fear of snakes.
Dreams may have symbols that are good omens or bad omens, understanding the context of the omens will help you to interpret their true meaning for you.
My blog is a series of dreams and interpretations of the elements in each dream to help you to understand how best to interpret your dreams, I am also available to interpret a dream for you.
Need a dream interpretation email me.
Readings are for entertainment only!
Here are some other tarot posts:
Easy Tarot Reading - Introduction
Learn to read tarot - The Fool
Learn to read tarot - The Magician