The Star – Thoth Tarot Deck Major Aracana
|Instinct||Devoted to moments.|
|Purpose||Introspection, see through the perfection of the Universe, innovate and regenerate.|
|The Light||Hope to be creative (maintain a reasonable concept).|
|The Shadow||Hope to destroy (deny the truth), illusion.|
|Quality||The recklessness, believe in the future.|
Menu of Contents
- I. Background of the Star Thoth Tarot card
- II. Analyze and describe the Star Thoth Tarot
- III. Interpretation of the Star Thoth Tarot
- More The Star Cards from Famous Tarot Decks
Stands for: A Pot (or a Womb)
Casting meaning: The rune Pairthra represents a pot which in turn symbolizes a womb. The Gothic representation of this rune stands for an unexpected resolution to difficult situations.
Triple goddess, life/death/rebirth, trinity, love – romance
Some people read this witches rune as a flower – new life, birth, fertility, love. I tend to read it more like the triquetra – life/death/rebirth cycles, triple goddess, etc. It’s completely up to you how YOU interpret these!
Pronunciation – M-win, Moon
Tree Association – Vine
Meaning – Goals are coming to fruition, persuasion, celebration, relaxing, harvesting, and play. Muin wonderfully symbolizes the metaphor of reaping what we’ve sown. Now is a time for pleasure, to rest, and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Vine produces grapes which creates wine that allows us to let go of self-conscience thoughts, allowing for creative inspiration, a relaxed altered consciousness, and revealing truths. It also represents deceit, fallacies, or denial of facts. Remember to continuously pursue the origin or source of any information you receive. Proceed with caution before acting on any facts or advice you’ve been given.
If reversed – a sign of extreme indulgence and serves as a reminder that outstanding achievements also require self-discipline. Watch for indications of dishonesty, misrepresentation, or tall tales.
Inscription and Magical Uses – Helpful when seeking creative inspiration, inner growth, seeking truth, spiritual wisdom, or for help with communication.
Folklore – Vine is connected with the Green Man and Bacchus (god of wine) and is often depicted with vine leaves around his head or as a crown.
Hexagram Forty – Five/45
Ts’ui / Gathering
The Lake rises by welcoming and receiving Earth’s waters:
Success follows this course.
This is an important Convergence, and you must be part of it.
Forty – Five
It is often involved in banking, or international institutions. It struggles to be comfortable with itself. It can be cynical.
Forty – Five
Angels advise you to immediately make life changes you need to do. You already know what needs to change, you are just afraid to make a move. Your true feeling are important and you should listen. Take a deep breath, let your feelings guide you and ask Angels for courage. Don’t ask them to let your fears go away, ask them for courage instead. Positive thoughts are much more powerful. Angels will help you find courage deep inside of you and your doubts will just disappear once you proceed.
Animal Spirit Guide and/or Animal Spirit Helper
Octopus meanings and symbolism include versatility, dexterity, selflessness, intelligence, awareness, regeneration, and infinity. Octopuses live in every ocean on Earth. Thus they are subjects in the mythologies and folklore of people around the world, particularly the cultures in coastal areas. In addition, many people feel a strong connection to these unique invertebrates, considering the octopus spirit animal one of their own. In this post, you’ll learn about octopus symbolism and meanings, octopus mythology and folklore, the octopus spirit animal, and more.
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