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Shadowscapes Tarot – Seven of Cups

Charly C.
Shadowscapes Tarot – Seven of Cups
Shadowscapes Tarot – Seven of Cups

Hello again for another divination guide session. Or something like that. Some cards are easier to interpret compared to others. The Seven of Cups in the Shadowscapes Tarot deck is one of the easy ones. Or is it? What do we see? In the Shadowscapes deck, the Seven of Cups is mostly blue in color. There is also a bit of white and a bit of golden/yellow. Almost in the middle, we see a couple standing on a cliff. The cliff seems to be trailing off into a faraway mountain cliff. This mountain has a castle on it. There is a closer mountain with another castle at its top. The female figure looks up to...

Shadowscapes Tarot – Seven of Swords

Charly C.
Shadowscapes Tarot – Seven of Swords
Shadowscapes Tarot – Seven of Swords

Hello and welcome to another tarot card interpretation. Or sorts of. This is the Seven of Swords in the Shadowscapes Tarot. As if the title didn't already say it. But here I am, repeating myself because ... I'm not sure why. What do we see? This card is mostly purple with hints of muddy blue and yellow. and white. My eyes look first at the lightest parts of the card. And this is when i realize that the white part is actually a swan. The bird is with its back at the viewer, wings spread and looking to the right. I don't think the swan is trying to take flight. It looks rather startled, or perhaps...

The Shadowscapes Tarot - The Hierophant

Charly C.
The Shadowscapes Tarot - The Hierophant
The Shadowscapes Tarot - The Hierophant

Hellooo~~~~ Let's continue with the tarot card interpretations, shall we? We have a long way to go, and I have 2 extra decks to interpret here for you. Remember that what I'm about to say is just my opinion, and is not a set-in-stone interpretation. I also want to mention that I may not know or understand the meaning of all the elements on this card. The Hierophant is the 5th card in the Major arcana. What do we see? The predominant color is a vibrant yellow. The next color is green, and then purple or lilac. Upon a closer look, we see there is a tree with a human face and arms. He looks displeased....

The Shadowscapes Tarot – Nine of Swords

Charly C.
The Shadowscapes Tarot – Nine of Swords
The Shadowscapes Tarot – Nine of Swords

Hello again! Another tarot card interpretation is here! I hope soon i'll have another movie or book review as well. I have quite a few of those in the works, so. Ok, so if you want to see this card in all its glory, you can go to the official page. Otherwise, you'll have to rely on what i say and show you. What do we see? One of the first things we see is the dominant color, a dark hue of blue with white in the middle. The blue part looks like swirling clouds. Crows fly into that swirl. Lowering my gaze, i see a male angel figure - he has a white wing (his left one) and a wing that appears to be...

Shadowscapes Tarot - Ace of Cups

Charly C.
Shadowscapes Tarot - Ace of Cups
Shadowscapes Tarot - Ace of Cups

Hi all! Today, we have a look at the Ace of Cups from the Shadowscapes tarot deck. The first things we see on this card are the big yellow fish, faes and the elegant cup. Some fish seem to fly or float above the cup while others swim under it. Blue and gold are the main colors of the card. None of the fish or the faes are looking at us. These are some things to consider when dealing with the Ace of Cups [from the official page]: The water element. Deep feelings, intimacy, compassion, love. For me, this suite is rather sad, melancholic. Sometimes almost void of life. What do we see? There are other...

Shadowscapes Tarot – Ten of Swords

Charly C.
Shadowscapes Tarot – Ten of Swords
Shadowscapes Tarot – Ten of Swords

Hello! We continue interpreting the Shadowscapes Tarot. This time we have the Ten of Swords. What do we see? The card is split almost in half based on color: the upper part is crimson-red and the lower part is purple with hints of yellow. We then see a human figure that makes us think of The Fool card. The figure looks away from us, and it also seems as if she doesn't have a face. She seems to have tattoos on her upper arms, as well as a red ribbon on each arm. She wears a large piece of cloth, white/yellow in color. it seems to be breaking apart, and turn crimson. She has long blond hair. Her...

Shadowscapes Tarot - Eight of Pentacles

Charly C.
Shadowscapes Tarot - Eight of Pentacles
Shadowscapes Tarot - Eight of Pentacles

Hello, all. Let's learn more about the Eight of Pentacles from the Shadowscapes tarot deck. What do we see and what does it mean? The main color of the card is green, pointing to money and abundance. On this card, we see a big black and red spider building his web. He is close to what appears to be its center. He used a nearby tree branch as the basis for his web, as well as a rather thin whimsical grass-blade for a second side. We don't see the 3rd point of support, which makes me think this spider is not as wise as we would assume. His web also has some holes and doesn't seem 'perfect'. Any wind...

Shadowscapes Tarot - The Wheel of Fortune

Charly C.
Shadowscapes Tarot - The Wheel of Fortune
Shadowscapes Tarot - The Wheel of Fortune

The Wheel of Fortune is a rather important card, in my opinion. It's classic meaning refers to destiny, fate, turning points, movement, change, patterns, and cycles. This card reminds us that "what goes around comes around." What do we see? The main color is yellow, with hints of blue and purple. In the center of the card there is a big wheel/circle decorated with what seems to be Celtic knots, a sun/star right at its center, surrounded by a what looks like a stylized snowflake. Half of the wheel looks faded, though it's probably some mist or fog that gives this impression. The other half has better-defined...

The Shadowscapes Tarot – Two of Swords

Charly C.
The Shadowscapes Tarot – Two of Swords
The Shadowscapes Tarot – Two of Swords

Hello people! Today we have another tarot card interpretation. Today we have the Two of Swords from the same Shadowscapes deck i own. This entry doesn't have snippets of the card, because they're broken on the official site. Instead, i used another image i found on there. If you want to see the card for yourself, please use the link above. What do we see? This card is rich as far as the imagery goes, including the colors used. I can't really say there is something that jumps at me first when I look at the card. I'll mention first the colors i see: purple, brown, yellow, dark gray, and some off-white....

Red Ribbon Symbolism

Charly C.
Red Ribbon Symbolism
Red Ribbon Symbolism

Hello! Those who own the Shadowscapes tarot will notice that Stephanie likes using a red ribbon in her deck. This red ribbon adds yet another layer of meaning to the cards we see it on. It's mostly things we need to keep in mind, pay attention to, be wary of... Sometimes, the ribbon is rather obvious and at other times, it can go almost unnoticed. Because it is featured quite a lot, and because it can point to so many things, it's important to know a bit more about it. Interpreting the red ribbon is not easy. But this presentation is a start. I hope. It's good to keep in mind that the red ribbon...

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