Two-Card Tarot Spells
I love to think about, write about, teach, and practice tarot magick. Over the past many years, I have become more and more convinced that we can use the cards for manifestation as easily as we can for divination. Very often, we can do both at the same time.
Sometimes the exercise of thinking about which cards to use for a particular need also helps us understand specific cards and card combinations in new ways.
The magickal tarot exercise I want to share with you here is simple, yet profound.
Think of a particular need that you have, or that someone you know has. What two cards would serve that need, when combined together?
Here are three examples.
To break a repetitive pattern in life, the Wheel of Fortune and the Ace of Swords.
To be accepted to a school or education program, The Hierophant and the Page of Swords.
To have a fair outcome in a court of law, Justice and Judgement.
You can use a pair of cards to manifest something, create change, or influence an outcome in a number of ways. You can meditate with the cards. You can do a ceremony with the cards in a central place on your altar. You can make a jar candle with images of the cards on the jar. In all cases, you must visualize your desired outcome in the present tense as a certainty, rather than as a wish.
If you happen to see a pair of cards that you have already used for a magickal purpose appear in a reading, consider that the cards may be speaking of the same or similar situation.
What two-card tarot spells can you think of?
Share them in the comments if you like!