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The China Dragon

The China Dragon

History of the China Dragon

Numerous ancient nations had dragon mythologies, but nowhere was the mythical beast more venerated than in China. There, the dragon was nearly always seen in a good light and was especially connected with life-giving rains and water supplies, in stark contrast to other global mythology. The dragon was prevalent in ancient China and continues to have a significant influence on the Chinese psyche today. It was regarded as the most auspicious year sign, was worn on the robes of emperors, was represented in the most priceless objects, including gold jewelry and jade figurines, and was frequently mentioned in literature and the performing arts.

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Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Tarot and More

Everything You Ever Wanted to Know About Tarot and More

The origins of playing cards are uncertain, however they first appeared in Europe in the late 14th century. The first records come from 1367 in Berne, and they appear to have spread extremely quickly throughout Europe, as seen by the records, primarily of card games being prohibited.The only significant information about the appearance and number of these cards is provided by a text by John of Rheinfelden in 1377 from Freiburg im Breisgau, who, among other versions, describes the basic pack as containing the still-current four suits of 13 cards, with the courts usually being the King, Ober and Unter ("marshals"), although Dames and Queens were already known by then.

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10 of Clubs, 10 of Diamonds Tarot Meaning

The ten of Clubs is the card of fortune in the tarot. It represents financial prosperity and material wealth, as do many other club cards.

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The nine of hearts represents fulfillment and joy in the tarot. This joyful card reverses or mitigates everything that gives you suffering.

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9 of Clubs, 9 of Diamonds Tarot Meaning

The nine of clubs represents independent achievement in the tarot. Whatever your current issue is, you must stop listening to others.

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8 of Hearts, 8 of Spades Tarot Meaning

The meaning of the eight of hearts in tarot is tied to love success. It is a sign that you will have a fulfilling long-term relationship with the person you love.

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8 of Clubs, 8 of Diamonds Tarot Meaning

8 of Clubs, 8 of Diamonds Tarot Meaning

This is the 8 of Clubs from our standard deck of playing cards. The 8 of clubs in the tarot denotes a casual connection. It all depends on your point of view, whether it's positive or negative. It is a lucky sign for love and adventure.

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7 of Diamonds, 7 of Spades Tarot Meaning

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 This is the 7 of Diamonds from our standard deck of playing cards. The Seven of Diamonds in tarot represents gossip and slander. It's a vexing little card, since rumor spreads like the common cold.

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7 of Clubs, 7 of Hearts Tarot Meaning

7 of Clubs, 7 of Hearts Tarot Meaning

A tiny sum of money is represented by the 7 of clubs. It might imply getting out of debt or getting a great deal on something. In general, it denotes flimsy economies, but it's also a good indicator of enormous riches. Why? You'll realize why if you keep buying a dollar for fifty cents for a long time.

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