The Astrology Oracle Guide

This guide is to help you go further with your Astrology Oracle readings so you can explore their full potential. As you know, in order to ask The Astrology Oracle a question, you must draw two cards. The first card is from the Symbol Cards deck and shows you the ‘what’ of your question. The second card is from the House Cards deck and reveals the ‘where’ of your question.

We work with symbols, or archetypes, when interpreting what one of these cards means. The language of images and stories, which cuts across time and space. Jupiter has always been a symbol of expansion and growth. To the Indians Jupiter is Guru – we get our ideas about ‘guru’ figures or teachers, from their astrology. To most of Asia, Jupiter was at one point the Chinese Year Star. Again, associated with good fortune.

In this in-depth guide I will show you how to get more from the cards and your readings using lots of new tips, tricks and techniques.

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This guide is to help you go further with your Astrology Oracle readings so you can explore their full potential. As you know, in order to ask The Astrology Oracle a question, you must draw two cards. The first card is from the Symbol Cards deck and shows you the ‘what’ of your question. The second card is from the House Cards deck and reveals the ‘where’ of your question. So, for example, you might draw Jupiter, which is the planet we associate with good fortune, positive outcomes, big solutions, sweeping answers and the ‘biggest and best’ as the Romans used to say. They called Jupiter – Jupiter Optimus Maximus – maximum optimism.

We work with symbols, or archetypes, when interpreting what one of these cards means. The language of images and stories, which cuts across time and space. Jupiter has always been a symbol of expansion and growth. To the Indians Jupiter is Guru – we get our ideas about ‘guru’ figures or teachers, from their astrology. To most of Asia, Jupiter was at one point the Chinese Year Star. Again, associated with good fortune.

These kinds of symbols and stories were passed around The Silk Road and became the astrology we know today. It is these astrological symbols you see in your cards. Let’s go back to this example, using Jupiter. Let’s say you also draw the Ninth House card with your Jupiter card. Pairing them together this means a really blessed holiday – or dealings with foreign people. Your luck is in when you draw Jupiter and the Ninth House cards together, so if your question was about flying abroad, your Astrology Oracle reading is giving you a green light.

What if your question was different? Maybe you were asking why you’ve never got together with your crush. The answer is – he’s a pilot. He loves travel more than marriage. Essentially, when you work with these cards you are drawing on the ancient knowledge behind modern astrology with its origins in Rome, around 2000 years ago. Instead of looking at your astrological birth chart or having a horoscope analysed, you are using divination to quickly use the symbols of the planets, asteroids, points and angles – along with the imagery of the 12 houses of the chart – to find answers to important questions. In this in-depth guide I will show you how to get more from the cards and your readings using lots of new tips, tricks and techniques.

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