Who are the Court Cards, really? (Brace yourself, recognize anyone?)

Exploring tarot’s Court Cards as Personality Profiles:

There’s a positive side to each of the court cards, and it’s there, you can read it for yourself; and then there’s the Dark Side, which (admit it) is more fun to explore.  Do you recognize anyone?

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“Tarot for Grownups”…sneak peek

(an excerpt from “Tarot for Grownups”)

4) Who’s Who?– Court Card Personality Types

Each court card represents archetypical energy. Each court card also represents a personality type, and when someone comes for a reading, it’s generally to uncover those things about other personalities that may be on the negative side. This fact might dismay some people, but it’s the truth. No one feels the need to uncover more information about an individual who is not having a negative impact on their existence. We don’t need more insight into someone who is loving, cheerful, agreeable, and sweet. We need more insight into the bastard who’s screwing up our life…

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