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Today's Tarot for William Shakespeare

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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 Cat People Tarot paints a picture of faraway lands trod by mystical archetypes and their feline companions. This deck is a perfect tool for dreamers and idealists, and is a great choice for divining the nature of human imagination. If you would like your own copy of the Cat People 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. Eight of Wands (Swiftness), when reversed: Thorns of dispute. Jealousy. Harassment. Discord. Stagnation. Domestic quarrels.
Click for DetailsThe card second from the right represents the physical vision: how the object is seen at a base or mechanical level. Six of Wands (Victory): Conquest. Triumph. Good news. Gain. Advancement. Expectation. Desires realized. The results of effort.
Click for DetailsThe card in the middle represents the mental vision: the object personified and seen through a humanized perspective. Six of Swords (Science): A trip or journey. Travel. Headstrong attempt to overcome difficulties. Expedient manner. Success after anxiety.
Click for DetailsThe card second from the left represents the emotional vision: how passions and values are creatively stimulated by the mental vision. Eight of Swords (Interference), when reversed: Treachery in the past. Difficulty. Hard work. Depressed state of mind. Disquiet. Accident. Fatality.
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. Three of Swords (Sorrow), when reversed: Distraction. Confusion. Disorder. Error. Mistake. Incompatibility. Mental anxieties. Loss. Alienation.