Hello again! I'm finally around to make a proper introduction! My name is Fane Star and I am starting a Tarot reading business. Since I'm a) terrible at introductions and b) I'm a brand new Tarot reader on the market, I figured a quick reading about myself is a great way to introduce myself and to show you what I do.
This is also a great example of how my readings go. I always provide a picture and my detailed interpretation. I hope you all enjoy this mini reading! Before I give my interpretation this is just a basic three card spread. Each card represents a personality trait. I used the deck I connect to the most, which is the Thoth deck by Aleister Crowley.
The first card is my first personality trait represented by the Four of Cups (Reversed). The suit of Cups is of the water element, which is a highly emotional element. The word, “Luxury,” is printed on the bottom of the card. The Cups are certainly well decorated to indicate the luxuries in life. In the reversed state this card suggests that my luxuries are not improving my emotional state. My emotions and my material gain are not as connected as I previously thought. The brown stem that holds the flower and the Cups shows a small amount of emotional stability. Emotional stability is admittedly something I recently discovered. That might be why the stem is so thin and non-linear. It’s still in development and new to me. In the reversed perspective the stem grows down, towards the flower. This imagery suggests I’ve taken a step backwards regarding my emotional state. This is indeed true. I have been foolish in my recent past, which caused me to look at the bare minimums of my life, health, and happiness. The flower is bright, despite the gray skies. The flower is showing the happiness I had while being in a toxic environment. I know this is in my past since the flower is towards the bottom of the card in the reversed perspective. The sky is also much darker towards the flower and lightens as you travel up the card. The water that flows from the flower resembles tears in the reversed perspective. As I was shedding tears and experiencing pain, I was getting closer and closer to the peaceful environment I am now in. This new environment is shown by the calm, clear, blue water towards the top of the card in the reversed perspective. I am now experiencing emotional peace for however long this will last. This card has shown my emotional growth throughout 2017.
The second card is my second personality trait represented by the Knight of Wands (Reversed). The suit of Wands is of the fire element. The Wands tend to be fierce and bold. The Knights are loyal defenders and faithful fighters. This Knight is easily angered and acts with aggressive impulse. Although this Knight still has his companion. In the reversed perspective the companion is above the Knight and is leaping in between the Knight and the flames, his anger. His companion is soothing the Knight’s temper with their presence. I fully identify with this scene. Under emotional distress or while feeling threatened, I am short fused and quick to anger. I have had animal companions there to help keep my actions and keep my mood under control. Currently I have a sweet kitty that has become my soothing companion. Both my kitty and myself are equal in the household too. The Knight and his companion are clearly on equal ground, since in the reversed perspective the companion is calling the shots. My kitty can steer my actions and my mood to prevent me from doing something stupid, just as I can do the same for him. In the reversed perspective the Knight and his companion are running down towards the bottom of the card. This area of the card is bright, like the Sun. Together my kitty and I will have a more hopeful future. After the negativity we both went through, represented by the flames, we need one another to pursue happiness.
The third card is my third personality trait represented by the Ace of Wands. This is another fire element card. The lone Wand is bright and very bold. The flames coming out of it are large and free. This shows that I have the capability to create my own path. My beliefs do teach me this. I’ve been participating in meditation and yoga once more, so my view of myself and my environment is surely changing. With this new perspective and knowledge, I can, “blaze my own trail.” This new perspective is suggested by this card being the only upright card in this small reading. The blue lightening surrounding this Wand suggests the Wand and its environment are emotionally chaotic. Blue being the color most associated with the water element and lightening being relatively unpredictable. Some of the bolts seem to come from the environment and others seem to come from the Wand. Although the Wand still stands in front of the lightening. Overall the lightening suggests that I am still emotionally unpredictable, and my environment is too. I contribute to my environment, just as my environment affects me. Despite this I can put it all behind me and continue with my life. At the end of the day, I can see this happening and it has happened recently, just on a smaller scale. With continued practice I’m sure I will consistently do this and overcome even more emotional obstacles. Behind the lightening is a bright red background. Unlike the red on the Knight of Wands (Reversed), this is much brighter and feels more positive. This card shows my passion. I have indeed renewed my passion for the things I enjoy. One of those things is Tarot reading. The last thing I’d like to mention about this card is the inside of the Wand. The Wand has boards keeping it upright and stable. Deep down, I am stable and have created a foundation to continuously work on. This was also suggested by the Four of Cups (Reversed). With the work I’m constantly doing to improve myself, I do not doubt that this will be true if it isn’t already.
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