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The Fall Equinox (also called the "Autumnal Equinox") is the time of year when the Sun is positioned directly above the Earth's equator. In practical terms this means that at the equator, Earth's day and night cycle is split perfectly into 12 hour days and 12 hour nights.
... the Fall Equinox represents an important change in energy. The Sun moves into the sign of Libra, bringing the ideas of unity, love and balance to the fore.
This special Tarot reading should be performed at or around the time of the Fall Equinox, which usually falls between September 21st and September 24th. It offers important insights and introspection at this important astrological period.
In traditional times, the Fall Equinox marked the end of the Summer, and the time of the harvest. It is a time of plenty and happiness — but also a time to reflect on the hard work of the past. The harvest season is also a time to focus on the ideas of sharing and "giving back".
In astrological terms, the Fall Equinox represents an important change in energy. The Sun moves into the sign of Libra, bringing the ideas of unity, love and balance to the fore. A time of self reflection is upon us — and what better way to reflect than with a Fall Equinox Tarot reading?
Below is a step-by-step walkthrough of each position in the "Fall Equinox" spread:
Reading Tips for the "Fall Equinox" Tarot Spread
For most readings, negative cards in the Fall Equinox Tarot spread are usually regarded as warnings and not predictions. They are things to keep an eye out for, so you can best avoid them.
Likewise, in position #3, the card here represents something that is shifting, or may shift. It may represent something that is passing — or something that is being shifted into. The interpretation is up to the reader.
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