ladyofthemoor (ladyofthemoor) wrote,
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Seven Caers, Card 2, Childhood

The second card of the reading of the Seven Caers represents the joy of my childhood: what I need to regain again. I have pulled Sword Eight from the Arthurian Tarot, a swamp, smelling water, no firm ground to stand on. Themes of this card are stagnation and imprisonment. I do not think I really understand its message.

                 

What I do get out of it is that I need to regain joyfulness, a well of fresh water to drink from. 

For the second day I have pulled a card that refers to stagnation.        
Tags: arthurian tarot, eight of swords, spread
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