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The Four Elements and the Major Arcana

Date: 
Tuesday, December 3rd, 2013 7:00pm EST
Experience: 
All Levels/Everyone Welcome

The four elements of life are Earth, Air, Fire and Water. They each have metaphysical properties as well as physical properties.

The four elements correlate with the four suits of the Minor Arcana of the tarot. They also correlate with individual cards of the Major Arcana.

The term “Major Arcana” means “Greater Secrets.” The twenty-two cards of the Major Arcana contain the most spiritual messages and lessons of the tarot, and tell the story of our journey through life.

When we learn the elemental associations for each of the Major Arcana cards, we have a clear way to understand these important cards.

This 75 minute webinar will help the tarot student more fully understand the four elements. It will provide a deeper way to comprehend each of the Major Arcana cards. The student will be able to more fully interpret the Major Arcana cards, whether reading for yourself or others.

Listen to a recording of this webinar.

This is a Free Webinar Available Online Only!

Presented by Certified Tarot Grandmaster Christiana Gaudet using the webex.com application. There is no fee to attend, but your love donation is appreciated and helps support these presentations. Call 866-998-2768 or 561-655-1160 for more information.

You will need this password to log in: Tarot

Join the Meeting Tuesday, December 3, 2013 - 7:00pm

If you wish to call in and join us dial 1-650-479-3208 and enter the access code 624 499 861 when prompted. Standard toll charges may apply. If you are not sure call your telephone service provider.

To participate by computer browse to christiana.webex.com and follow the simple instructions to join the meeting. The password is Tarot. You will then be given the choice to join the audio presentation using your computer or a telephone. Select the option that best suits you.

Location

Worldwide, Via Webex
Live From
33558 Lutz, FL

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