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Tarot Card Meanings: The Magician Card

The Magician Card by Bevan Atkinson

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

Inception/Initiation

Onset of a New Cycle

Creative Consciousness

Innovative Power

Observation and Analysis

Transformative Skill

Sensory Awareness

Human Intellect

Will Power

Search for Knowledge

Concentration


In The Magician Card, Xana Bard is approached at Enrico’s Cafe by a young man who asks her to read his tarot cards. When she does, the cards are terrifying.

How is Xana going to avert the dreadful future she sees for Asa Ballantine and his sister Beth? Can her friend Thorne Ardall do the job? How does the work the twins are doing on nanotechnology and human organ reconstruction figure into the threat hanging over them? And what help can Xana possibly provide after she breaks her ankle?

Meanwhile, why is Agatha Hein, Xana’s dowdy German neighbor, suddenly transformed into a glamorpuss? Why is she driving her husband’s Mercedes instead of walking to the bus at the corner?

In this second fast-moving adventure in The Tarot Mysteries series, Xana and Thorne must find a way, in spite of the impediments presented by fractures and furious family members, to dodge the doom she has seen looming over Asa and Beth and solve the mystery of Mrs. Hein’s sudden makeover.


Tarot card meanings for the Magician Card from Bevan Atkinson, author of The Tarot Mysteries Click To Tweet

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