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Projection is an unconscious, autonomous process whereby we first see in the persons, objects, and happenings in our environment those tendencies, characteristics, potentials, and shortcomings that really belong to us!  Projecting our inner world onto the outer one is not a thing we do on purpose.  It is the way the psyche functions.  Projection happens so continuously and so unconsciously that we are usually totally unaware it is taking place.  These projections however, are useful tools toward gaining self-knowledge.  

The Tarot cards represent symbolically those instinctual forces operating autonomously in the depths of the human psyche and are called archetypes.  They function in the psyche in much the same way as do the instincts function in the body.  We cannot see these archetypal forces, but we experience them in our dreams, visions, and waking thoughts where they appear as images.  Although the specific form these images take may vary from culture to culture and from person to person - their essential characters are universal.  People of all ages and cultures can relate to the archetypal Mother, Father, Lover, Hero, Magician, Fool, Devil, Savior, and Old Wise Man.

The interpretations of the 22 Tarot cards listed on this page were developed through many years of study and observation.  They are written with the intention of offering counsel and have a spiritual overtone.  A card spread may or may not include Major Arcana cards.  If this is the case, the message of the spread will deal with more mundane matters.  However, a spread will usually include a mixture of both spiritual and mundane card messages.  Each person will receive his/her own personalized and unique message from the card/s depending on his/her life's circumstances.  

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The Major Arcana of the Tarot may be viewed as a silent picture text representing the typical experiences encountered along the age-old path to self-realization.  How and why such a subject matter found its way into the Tarot is a mystery that has puzzled generations of scholars.

The best way to get at the individual meaning of these cards for oneself is to approach them directly as if one would the paintings in an art gallery.  Like paintings, they are projection holders or "hooks" one uses to project his/her  inner world onto the outer one and  is done unconsciously.


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