Questions About The New Single Card Tarot Reading
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There is not one day I don’t check on the Oracle or the Tarot (sorry for heating the server…) and I love the new single card Tarot! It’s profound and awe inspiring.
Here is the question: what’s that symbol/figure on it (to be honest, scares me a little bit) and the numbers 23 and 50,942? Are there 23 cards? And is it from ancient times as more than 50000 years? (Just a fun thought) I am really curious and I could not find an article in your wonderful blog that would explains it.
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Vanadium Is Named After Vanadis – The Norse Goddess
Thank you! And yes i love both the Tarots but the Single Card Tarot Reading works really for a fast vibe on something. As explained in Divination Tips, it is best to use Tarot and Astrology alongside your logic and instinct. They are suggestive, not prescriptive.
Now, to answer your questions. There are 60 cards. But they are named after Vanadium Lightyear and she herself is named after the element Vanadium. Vanadium the element is named after the Scandinavian Venus, Vanadis. It is one of the most ancient (Norse) names for the Goddess with many names. 23 is the number of Vanadium on the Table of Elements and 50,942 is its Atomic Mass.
It is also nice in numerology – bringing in both Mercury and Moon Vibe, which is optimal for Tarot. The Tarot itself is based off Alchemy – which to me is like the I-Ching in that it talks of everything being always in motion, always. There are also elements of Uranian Astrology in there, that will be expanded upon once Uranus is in Taurus.
With the figure, it is based off the Visual Elements by the artist Murray Roberson. But it’s also reminiscent of the Paleolithic Goddess figurines. It is not meant to be scary!
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