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The Hagall spread is a tool for revealing the path of spiritual growth in difficult situations. It is a favorite of mystics and those confronting a major life challenge. The Voodoo Tarot of New Orleans is a deck rich in primal spirituality. It draws on images from the religion Santeria, which weaves Catholic and African beliefs into a vibrant tapestry. This exceptional deck is most often used to ask questions regarding the joy, fury, and spirituality in everyday life. If you would like your own copy of the Voodoo Tarot of New Orleans, you can buy it now!
Click for DetailsThe card in the middle of the circle represents the core or central issue of the situation. Magick Mirror (The Moon): Cyclic transformation covering the mysterious forces of the night. Feminine beauty and the intoxicating vitality of youth. The metamorphosis from beauty to beast and vice versa. Occult forces, sensitivities and intense dreams. Dangerous situations and perilous times.
Click for DetailsThe card at the bottom of the circle represents something you did to bring the situation about. Simbi d'l'eau (Eight of Cups), when reversed: The realization that a matter thought to be important was actually of little consequence. Moving on from something in which you had invested great love and devotion. The start of an inner journey to find higher aspects of life. Reflection on what is truly fulfilling in life.
Click for DetailsThe card at the bottom left of the circle represents your beliefs, impressions, or expectations. Les Barons (Wild Card), when reversed: The most extreme of unexpected events, leading to shock and humiliation. The invasion of everyday life by forces primal or transcendental. Sex, violence, and regret.
Click for DetailsThe card at the bottom right of the circle represents the most likely outcome of the situation given present circumstances. Ogoun Ferraille (Five of Swords), when reversed: Refusing to achieve success through personal degradation. Friendship maintained through the abandonment of a dishonorable gain. Slander and infamy avoided.
Click for DetailsThe card at the upper left of the circle represents the spiritual history of the situation the things you've learned. Ancestors (Judgment), when reversed: Procrastination and indecision. Disillusionment and the inability bring a matter to conclusion.
Click for DetailsThe card at the top of the circle represents the spiritual tasks and challenges of the present situation. Marassa (The Lovers): A caring and trusting relationship. Beauty and inner harmony. A decision calling for emotional control and faithfulness to spiritual values.
Click for DetailsThe card at the upper right of the circle represents the metamorphosis of the spiritual situation, and how your knowledge will evolve. Manman Brigitte (Three of Cups): A time of merriment and reflection spent in the company of friends and loved ones. The conclusion of a matter in plenty and perfection. The strength of a diverse community being brought together. May suggest a celebration, festival, anniversary, wedding, baby shower, or other joyous gathering.
Click for DetailsThe card at the left of the lower line represents the person or qualities that will sustain your spiritual journey. Damballah Wedo (Ace of Swords): The seed of victory - perhaps as yet unseen. A challenge to be met and solved through the invocation of force. An opportunity to bring reason and intelligence to bear in the pursuit of justice and truth. An excessive power that must not be abused. May suggest new ideas or information that can reveal a solution to the problem at hand.
Click for DetailsThe card in the middle of the lower line represents the qualities that you express in this circumstance. Simbi La Flambeau (Eight of Wands), when reversed: Too much force applied too suddenly. A flash in the pan. A foolhardy and untimely plunge into the unknown. Impatience leading to poor decisions in love, business, travel, or spiritual growth.
Click for DetailsThe card at the right of the lower line represents the person or qualities that will reveal spiritual knowledge. Congo Houngan (King of Cups), when reversed: The dark essence of water behaving as air, such as rain clouds in a gray sky: A pillar of maturity and patience, hiding a deep insecurity and an indecisive nature. One who secretly lusts for power, but lacks the courage, intellect, or work ethic necessary to take it. A charming seducer who appears innocent and understanding, but is in fact selfish and unfaithful.