The Sevens: Tarot Card Meanings

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The above-linked Introduction page will give you an overview of what this series is about and provide a course contents listing.

The Sevens is the ninth of seventeen videos in this series. This is the realm of choice, mental reasoning, and philosophical discernment, where:

  • the Seven of Wands is the discernment between fight vs. flight;
  • the Seven of Cups discerns between vice and virtue;
  • the Seven of Swords is risk vs. control; and
  • the Seven of Pentacles/Disks is action vs. non-action.

This is the Sacred Number of the Divine Law. Masculine, the Sevens in the sephirah Netzach is the tillage of triumph through endurance.

Both the visual video and the audio/text components to this lecture work together to reinforce your learning, so be attentive to both.

However, in an effort to accommodate to different physiologies, the audio/text will stand alone if you’re only listening and the video will also stand alone, though then I recommend that you turn on Closed Captioning so you can read the text while you watch the on-screen visuals.

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The Tarot Sevens

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P A S T   L E C T U R E S

The Aces 20:02 minutes Video Blog Post
The Twos 34:41 minutes Video Blog Post
The Threes 22:15 minutes Video Blog Post
The Kings/Knights 42:40 minutes Video Blog Post
The Queens 53:26 minutes Video Blog Post
The Fours 42:22 minutes Video Blog Post
The Fives 31:27 minutes Video Blog Post
The Sixes 38:40 minutes Video Blog Post

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Tarot Card Meanings Study Journal

I’m sharing with you a free 378-page tarot study journal for you to log and organize your card meanings. This study journal is keyed to the Tarot Card Meanings with Benebell video lecture series, with space for each of the cards, subdivided into the four deck systems– the Tarot de Marseilles, Rider-Waite-Smith, Crowley-Harris Thoth, and my deck, the Spirit Keeper’s Tarot.

Go HERE to download either the formatted PDF or the DOCX file. The journal is formatted at 6″ x 9″ standard trade paperback trim size. If you’d like to customize and personalize the journal even further, so it’s perfect for you, work from the DOCX file. You can also order a printed spiral-coil bound copy of the journal from Lulu.

Please Help with the Timestamps

In the comments section of a previous video in this series, someone recommended including timestamps for each separate card section in the video. It’s a GREAT idea. I want to do that and I may in future installments, but I gotta tell ya. By the time I’ve finished producing one of these long ass content-saturated videos, I’m wiped out. The last thing I want to do is go through the uploaded video again and log timestamps.

(The uploaded video is typically 1-2 seconds “off” or different from the timestamps of the actual video on my computer prior to upload. I have no idea why. So that’s why I can’t log the timestamps while I’m checking the finished file on my computer. Timestamp logging is more accurate if you work with the uploaded YouTube video.)

If any of you good Samaritans would be willing to log the timestamps and comment with them, wow, that’d be an amazing public service.

When you type in the timestamps in your YouTube comment, it gets hyperlinked, so in the future, anyone who wants to jump just to that section can click on the timestamp you’ve typed out and the video will go straight to that section.

If I see a comment with the timestamp log, I’ll pin it to the top of the comments section so anyone and everyone can benefit from that public service.

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