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Nataly Urbaez

Being from Venezuela, the Caribbean gate to Latin America, Nataly has been attracted to the occult since she was little. Growing in the land of the mixture of cultures and mysticism, this would mark her fascination for symbols and sacred images, opening her imagination and curiosity for rituals and ancestral religious practices, syncretized in the most diverse cultural manifestations, traditions, and magic spells.

With a degree in Political Science and a Master in Political Communication, Nataly has deepened in the symbolic study of Greek culture, the sociology of magic in Latin America, Myths and Legends of Africa, the study of Jungian archetypes, and the precedents of her favorite divination tool: The Tarot.

Her favorite card is The Moon Major Arcana, because it represents several divinatory challenges from a symbolical perspective: the resignation of the lobster to remain unchanged, submerged in the unconscious but struggling to come out, the melancholy portrayed by a Moon that cries inward recovering all of her lost energy; the hounds representing instinct and protection, the Golden city...It’s a promise that even when everything looks impossible, there’s always hope.

Nataly is currently studying professional Tarot Reading, splitting her time between being a full time Freelance Writer specializing in spiritual topics, a Professional Makeup Artist, and an American Tribal Style Dancer.

Aries with ascendant Capricorn, She’s passionate, stubborn and perfectionist in everything she does. If you want to contact her about services as an Image Professional, Symbolic Analysis and Tarot Reading Interpretation.

The Ace of Cups is one of the most promising cards in the Tarot deck. The Ace itself represents a burst of energy that will come with new opportunities. The Suit of Cups is related to the water element of feelings and emotions. When the Ace of Cups Tarot card appears in a spread, you …

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The next stop on our journey through the Major Arcana is the Judgement Tarot card. This card is a clear allusion to the Rapture in the Christian tradition, which is when the dead will be raised from their graves to meet their Creator. This represents that it is time to separate the material from the …

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The Tower Tarot card represents the purifying power of fire. It comes with a bolt of lightning that will destroy old habits and ideas. Our ego will crumble to its foundations. Everything we hope to save will be destroyed, and everything we once thought was indestructible will be irrevocably shaken. The Tower Major Arcana card …

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When The Devil Tarot card appears in a spread, it is naturally quite disconcerting. Any time you get a Major Arcana during a reading, it signifies something important, so The Devil must always be taken seriously. On the other hand, it should not be a card to be frightened of. While it does indicate that …

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When you walk under the moonlight, it is easy to imagine yourself surrounded by all kinds of ghosts. Suddenly a strange noise sounds, a shadow seems to hide behind a column, a squeak alerts you someone is following you… Usually, this is just your imagination. Everything seems larger and scarier than it actually is. If …

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