Tarot Card Meanings: The High Priestess Card

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Here are the tarot card meanings for the High Priestess Card from Bevan Atkinson, author of The Tarot Mysteries:

The High Priestess Card by Bevan Atkinson, author of The Tarot Mysteries series

Duplication

Sequence

Reflection

Subconsciousness

Passivity

Memory

Recollection

Cause & Effect

Yin

Virginity

Latency

Telepathy

Rhythm


Xana Bard is recovering nicely from her fractured ankle when DeLeon Davies bursts into the East-West Cafe and tells her that his sixteen-year-old daughter has been kidnapped by a cult. How will Xana and Thorne Ardall, the man her mother refers to as Xana’s “thug swain,” rescue DeLeon’s daughter Netta? And why will Xana then volunteer to join the cult?

In The High Priestess Card, the third book of The Tarot Mysteries series, Xana and Thorne conspire against the cult’s female autocrat, who calls herself Renenet, “goddess incarnate of prosperity and abundance,” and in the process they learn just how perilous organic farming can be.


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