Major Arcana: Interpretting the Star Card
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Major Arcana: Interpretting the Star Card

When first glancing at the card, at least for today, the first thing I noticed was the small gray crane nestled gently on one leg in a green bush behind the naked temptress of the star card. We first look at a tarot card, you should always first interpret what stands out to you the most. That being said, the crane and similar birds, are generally considered to be independent fisher birds. What that says to me, is that the cream represents a singular message, some sort of higher insight that I should beware of. I can tell that its singular, not just because there's only one bird, but because I've taken the time to understand my symbols well enough to know that most cranes live alone.

When first glancing at the card, at least for today, the first thing I noticed was the small gray crane nestled gently on one leg in a green bush behind the naked temptress of the star card.  We first look at a tarot card, you should always first interpret what stands out to you the most.  That being said, the crane and similar birds, are generally considered to be independent fisher birds.  What that says to me, is that the cream represents a singular message, some sort of higher insight that I should beware of.  I can tell that its singular, not just because there's only one bird, but because I've taken the time to understand my symbols well enough to know that most cranes live alone.

As soon as I finish considering what the crane could represent, I find myself next glancing at the butterfly just over the shoulder of the naked lady.  For most your readers, butterflies are generally indicative of metamorphosis or transformation.  Like the Caterpillar could eat and eat and then to Clinton self waiting to transforming become a beautiful butterfly - when you see our colorful little friends flying through the tarot scene, that suggests that the message has to do with transformation, or you or the querrent are about to experience a significant metamorphosis.  And because the star card holds major swager the emotional realm, is a logical consideration to follow that the transformation is of an emotionally nature.

In fact, that is what the star tarot card is all about - emotions.

Next let's take a look at the naked lady herself.  She carries in each hand, a jug half full of water.  Interestingly enough, she is dumping both of her jugs out, one unto the soft ground and the other out into the calm river at her feet.  What this represents, is the balance between the physical world and the emotional world.  She takes from each one, keeping the soil moist, in the body of water stirred up.  She represents two of our most basic emotional needs, which are certainty and variety.

When the star card appears, in her upper a form, it's usually represents that you are the querrent are feeling rather inspirational.  The future looks bright, you're feeling rules are that yourself, and and it feels like the world isn't voiced are in the palm of hand.  If this spread is for querrent, you'll either notice that they are already feeling pretty confident, and if that is not the impression you get from them, then you can be sure that they will soon be feeling much more empowered, through their own inner inspiration or through the inspiration of another soon to be gracing their reality.

The star itself, loftily suspended in the air above the tarot scene, is very significant as well.  Not only does it's golden hue represent our solar plexus, life source and ego - it is also a very practical symbol, four it is and eat pointed star, and the decline of star represents all things practical and balanced.

Last but not least, a skilled tarot readers should always take a good look at the colors that make up the primary scheme of the card.  In the star card, we see that the landscape is mostly full of green trees and bushes and grass.  The green represents the energy of the heart charka, which is our center of emotional power.  The blue sky in blue water, represent the charka of truth, and because the sky is cloudless and the water is clear, the theme of balance receives extra emphasis.  As I mentioned earlier, the golden color of the star itself and the naked woman's locks of hair, represent our ego and in this particular situation, it represents that we have balance the challenges between our false ego and true self.

All in all, the upgrade star card is a great omen for you or your querrent.  When the card is drawn, you'll want to interpret the symbols that pop out to you the most, before any others.  Though in general, the star card signifies positive outcomes in love, business and health.

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