Our course on Egyptian Cartouches will teach you what they are, how they capture the archetypal energies, and how we can identify their teachings in today’s modern world. You’ll be able to understand and use the cartouche card set.
In hieroglyphics, a cartouche is the glyph that is enclosed by an oval, with a horizontal line beneath it. The name within the oval signified royalty. The oval itself is symbolic of protection from evil and bringing forth good luck, capturing archetypal energies and embodying identities. They act as bridges between this world and of the Higher Self.
However, there is also the cartouche card set, which can sometimes be confused with tarot cards – they are not the same. The cartouche deck consists of 25 cards and represent the major archetypes, elements, and mundane energies.