Crow Tarot - Blog — Minor Arcana

Six of Cups

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The crow returns to the place of his youth in search of reigniting his inner-fledgling. He stands in a field of cups, filling his heart with healing memories of time that was less-complicated and fun. If you have been feeling overburdened with the day-to-day responsibilities of adulthood, this card is a reminder to take a break and remember a moment in time when you felt free to simply enjoy life. Whether it is a trip to your hometown or maybe a favorite vacation spot, it’s time to recharge your spirit. Reversed, the Six of Cups asks are you clinging too...

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Ten of Cups

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The happy couple sit on a budding branch of a cherry blossom tree watching their fledglings who are resting comfortably in their nest. The setting is one of peace and contentment. Their desires have been met and each day brings with it a feeling of love and fulfillment. This is a time of utmost joy. This card may also be a message that a romantic relationship is forming and could result in a life long love affair. This is a card that symbolizes positive energy and good luck will soon enter your home. Reversed the Ten of cups warns that...

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Eight of Cups

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The Crow stands on the bank of a river, her back to the cups that symbolize material wealth and possessions. She is ready to fly off and leave it all behind. The moon represents her shadow-self and her true nature that has been suppressed. It is time for her to look inward and discover what it is she really wants in life. This card suggests that although it will take great strength to let go and walk away, it may be necessary to achieve true happiness.     If this crow is upside down, the reversed card indicates that although...

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Nine of Swords

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Alone in her nest, the crow wakes from yet another nightmare. Scared to raise her head she cowers as the images of being trapped in a cage or caught in a deadly badly consume her thoughts. This card represents an internal fear that has consumed you, even though on the outside these fears have not manifested. The excessive worrying has created a very real anxiety that has affected your sleep and may result in actually creating the problems you fear most. The Nine of Swords warns that thoughts can become things, and that includes negative aspects of life.    ...

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Two of Swords

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The blindfolded crow balances herself on the blades of two swords. She calmly stays in place, unable to see the blades or where to safely hop to next. She is afraid of making dangerous or painful mistake.  You may be finding it difficult to make an important decision because you feel you are unable to see the full picture or that there is valuable information that is being withheld. If you are feeling stuck or unable to move forward, evaluate where the fear is coming from and look for the steps you can take to ensure that you have enough...

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