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Today's Tarot for Hugh Hefner

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The Fourfold Vision spread offers a progression of different ways of looking at an object, person, or situation. It is a powerful tool for gaining deeper insight into the specific subjects of other readings. The Renaissance Tarot is a modern deck, with symbolism drawn from the heroic age and rendered in renaissance style. This deck is an excellent choice for exploring questions of passion, mastery, and the inner workings of human reason. If you would like your own copy of the Renaissance Tarot, you can buy it now!
Click for DetailsThe card on the far right represents the object being viewed, be it an idea, relationship, or the self. Nine of Coins (Gain): Balance. Compromise. Security. The cycle of nature. The protection of family. A season of dormancy which makes later fertility possible.
Click for DetailsThe card second from the right represents the physical vision: how the object is seen at a base or mechanical level. King of Staves, when reversed: Talent turned to pomposity. Complacency. Egocentricity. Provincial attitude. Sophistry which masks lack of principle of conviction.
Click for DetailsThe card in the middle represents the mental vision: the object personified and seen through a humanized perspective. Strength: Strength and fortitude. Moral resolve. Triumph over base instincts. Mens sana in corpore sana (Sound mind in a sound body).
Click for DetailsThe card second from the left represents the emotional vision: how passions and values are creatively stimulated by the mental vision. Six of Cups (Pleasure), when reversed: Renunciation of the past. New resolve to face the future.
Click for DetailsThe card on the far left represents the fourfold or mystical vision: still viewing through the previous three, we now add a spiritual element, revealing unseen aspects of the object. Queen of Swords, when reversed: Consuming fire; the flames of the martyrdom of Joan of Arc, Phaedra's misguided passion, Medea's jealousy, Lady Macbeth's ambition. Fire, if left to burn unchecked, can consume the soul.