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The High Priestess Card Emerald Tolemac tarot card. The images from our deck are all copyright, created by Madeline Rose and Ahmad Sonhaji Silitonga.
The High Priestess Card Emerald Tolemac
Here we see Merlin’s wife Gwendolyn (also known by several other names). Some of those names are Nimue, Vivianne and Ninianne. In our version of The High Priestess Card Emerald Tolemac, she is Gwendolyn.
The overriding theme of the High Priestess card is the connection between opposites: exoteric and esoteric and matter and spirit. If this card appears in your spread, it’s time to gain clarity and shift your emphasis from what is seen, to what is unseen. It’s time to use your intuition and access the deep recesses of your subconscious mind, for therein lies an abundance of knowledge waiting to be transmuted to wisdom. Continue Reading
The High Priestess Card Meaning
The High Priestess card meaning: she’s our intuition, our link to the universal consciousness and represents the divine feminine. She’s the guardian of secrets, which can be a positive or negative thing, depending on whether you want to know, keep, share or avoid disclosing them! Trust your instincts, they’re always right, but watch out for emotional insecurity.
tarot card number : 2
Planet: Moon Continue Reading
The High Priestess Traits
The High Priestess is the card numbered two in the Major arcana of the tarot, although it is the third card due to The Fool being card number zero. The High Priestess and The Magician have the same meaning and value, because they balance each other out. As we know, the Major arcana is all about the journey of The Fool, so the first cards/characters/stages that he initially encounters on his journey are The Magician and The High Priestess. Both are very important for balancing life because no one can see the light without also seeing their shadow. Continue Reading