what major arcana are you?

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  1. nativeastral

    nativeastral fluffy future

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  2. Janz

    Janz What's Amatta U

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    The Empress.. in other words..mother bear.

    The Empress is a maternal symbol. She is the mother figure who loves, nurtures and protects. She will protect you, she will always be there when you are in trouble. When you fall over and graze your knee, the Empress will kiss it better. Yet she is not a weak figure. Her compassion is strength. If her children are threatened she will stop at nothing to protect them. If well aspected in a Tarot spread, the Empress can symbolise security, protection and unconditional love. If badly aspected it can represent over-protectiveness, fear of risk taking and refusal to face the real world.
     
  3. nativeastral

    nativeastral fluffy future

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    ah not surprising sista! that was in 2nd place for me as l recall but when l tried to retrieve the results from my history, no go:(

    no.3 trinity, love with wisdom, anima, yin,

    'I give wisely and I recieve wisely'
    'I realize the capacity to recieve is equally as powerful as the capacity to give'
    'I value the healing power of beauty, harmony and love'
    [A.Arrien]

    triple goddess and a story that includes the fool Book of Shadows: Creation
     
  4. China Cat Sunflower

    China Cat Sunflower Nimrod

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    Justice

    The blindfold arbiter weighs the evidence and passes judgement without fear or favour. There can be no appeal.Justice is not necessarily the same as Law. True justice seeks out the spirit of the law, not just its letter. If a law is bad then true Justice will set that law aside. This is the sacred responsibility of those given the power to judge. If well aspected in a Tarot reading, this card can indicate settlement of disputes, the achievement of a just outcome. If badly aspected this card can indicate corruption and failure of justice.

    Wow, this one really strokes my ego.
     
  6. nativeastral

    nativeastral fluffy future

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    13 rebirth transformation principle of letting go and moving forward. you a scorpio? l'm a 13 too. better than the devil you know.
    'I am excited about growing and becoming even more of who I am'
    'detachment is a form of objectivity that includes caring'
     
  7. nativeastral

    nativeastral fluffy future

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    8 [horizontal lemniscate] libra principle of balance [scales, alpha/omega,
    Maat, goddess of law truth and justice]

    'I value being truthful in difficult situations'
    'the abundance and beauty of nature is a reflection of my own nature'
    'I honour my word and commitments'

    these affirmations are stroking me too:)
     
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    Nick the Pilot Well-Known Member

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    death followed by sun followed by tower.
     
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    high priestess, tied with the sun.
     
  11. iBrian

    iBrian Peace, Love and Unity Staff Member

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    Hm, it listed High Priestess, Sun, then Fool - but I know I am the Fool. :)
     
  12. nativeastral

    nativeastral fluffy future

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    yeh we are all the fool [significator] on the precipice, only the wise know 0 [socrates?]

    'fear not
    what is not real, never was and never will be. What is real, always was and cannot be destroyed' B.gita
     
  13. Janz

    Janz What's Amatta U

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    ^ Interesting..so my very close second is the High Priestess and third is Strength. I am also a Libra and my moon sign is Capricorn with Pisces Rising Sign.
     
  14. China Cat Sunflower

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    I'm Libra, Cap. rising. Typical dithering Libra!

    Let me just throw out this quote and see if anyone wants to nibble:
     
  15. Eudaimonist

    Eudaimonist In Galt We Trust

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    I like this result:

    You Scored as XIX: The Sun

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    This is the happiest card in the deck. It is full of joy and optimism, everything is right with the world. We are as innocent children playing in the fields without care. The Sun brings success, well-being and happiness in all spheres - material, emotional, spiritual -wherever our desires lay. When this card appears in a Tarot spread it indicates success, joy and happiness. Obstacles will be overcome, goals achieved. When badly aspected, it can indicate a stagnation through over-indulgence, too much of a good thing.

    XIX: The Sun 75%
    XIII: Death 69%
    XVI: The Tower 63%
    II - The High Priestess 63%
    VIII - Strength 56%
    X - Wheel of Fortune 44%
    I - Magician 44%
    XI: Justice 44%
    0 - The Fool 44%
    III - The Empress 38%
    VI: The Lovers 38%
    IV - The Emperor 31%
    XV: The Devil 19%
     
  16. citizenzen

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    Kewl... as the tie-breaking question said, "What doesn't kill me makes me stronger."

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    You Scored as XVI: The Tower

    If badly aspected this can be the worst card of the Tarot deck. The Tower always indicates upheavel, possibly chaos, loss and destruction. Its effects are never pleasant and can be painful. The card illustrates lightning striking the Tower. The lightning cannot be avoided, the destruction it brings is inevitable. All we can do is attempt to survive and rebuild. The Tower brings sudden, severe change. When the Tower appears in a Tarot spread it represents sudden and possibly violent change, disruption or loss.


    VIII - Strength 75%
    XVI: The Tower 75%
    XIX: The Sun 69%
    IV - The Emperor 50%
    XIII: Death 50%
    0 - The Fool 44%
    II - The High Priestess 44%
    I - Magician 44%
    VI: The Lovers 38%
    XI: Justice 38%
    III - The Empress 31%
    XV: The Devil 25%
    X - Wheel of Fortune 19%
     
  17. wil

    wil UNeyeR1

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    Interesting....

    You Scored as I - Magician
    The Magician, represents those aspects of the personality traditionally considered "masculine". He is in control. He knows how things work. He takes action and makes things happen. One that operates through the power of Will rather than brute force. The Magician represents the application of knowledge. The Magician creates his desired reality. When this card appears in a Tarot spread it indicates the attainment of goals through the application of knowledge and Will. If badly aspected in a spread, this card can represent abuse of power. It can indicate manipulation of others, trickery and deception.

    I - Magician88%
    IV - The Emperor81%
    XIX: The Sun81%
    XVI: The Tower75%
    II - The High Priestess69%
    XIII: Death69%
    VIII - Strength69%
    III - The Empress63%
    0 - The Fool56%
    XI: Justice44%
    X - Wheel of Fortune31%
    VI: The Lovers31%
    XV: The Devil19%
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    The Mage and the Fool are the same. One departs the Fool with nothing to barter save one's eager willingness to get on with the adventure. One returns the Mage having comprehended the mobius-like (spiral) nature of things. It's a kind of apprenticeship program.

    Chris
     
  19. China Cat Sunflower

    China Cat Sunflower Nimrod

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    It means you like riding ponies around in the buff.:p

    Chris
     
  20. path_of_one

    path_of_one Embracing the Mystery

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    lulz

    Me= Empress 88% and then a three-way tie between Strength, High Priestess and the Sun (all 75%).

    Oddly, though I'm pretty nurturing and all that, I have never seen myself as a mother figure. Even if I had kids, that just isn't my sense of identity. I'm not uber-protective either.

    I couldn't access the other cards to see what they meant... now I have to go through this thread again and see if I can find any info on the others.

    ETA: still no clue about the Priestess and Strength, but apparently Janz and I are a lot alike according to Tarot-personality-reader. :)

    You Scored as III - The Empress
    The Empress is a maternal symbol. She is the mother figure who loves, nurtures and protects. She will protect you, she will always be there when you are in trouble. When you fall over and graze your knee, the Empress will kiss it better. Yet she is not a weak figure. Her compassion is strength. If her children are threatened she will stop at nothing to protect them. If well aspected in a Tarot spread, the Empress can symbolise security, protection and unconditional love. If badly aspected it can represent over-protectiveness, fear of risk taking and refusal to face the real world.
     

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