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Tarot Birth Card Calculator and Birth Cards Meanings

Tarot Birth Card Calculator and Birth Cards Meanings

 

Many websites and books share the method of calculating your Tarot birth card or two or three cards but often the method seems too complicated to follow. Today we are sharing this Tarot Birth Card Calculator that you can use to calculate your Birth Cards. You can read the detailed description of your personality on our website as well but we are going to share some details to make you understand what your birthday card means. Just enter A person’s Birth Date below to get Their Tarot Birth Card, then click on the “Calculate” button. Then scroll down to read the meaning of that combination. The deck used for this calculation is Cute and Simple Tarot Deck that you can download here.


Month        Day       Year 

 

Tarot Birth Cards Meanings

10 wheel of Fortune + 1 The Magician

Wheel of Fortune: Good luck, destiny, good fortune, cycles, what goes around comes around.

The Magician: Skill, will-power, manifestation, The art of communication

You are a charmer, you know the art of communication and have the right tools of passion, emotion, thought and worldly resources to add up to your charms. You know how to move through the cycles of life and use and utilize anything that life offers to it’s fullest potential.

11 Justice + 2 The High Priestess

Justice: Justice, honesty, fairness, law

The High Priestess:  Intuition, the subconscious mind, secrets, wisdom

You are honest and fair and connected to your inner-guide and intuition. You have inner wisdom and strong morality to deal with others.

12 The Hanged Man + 3 The Empress

The Hanged Man: New perspective, just hanging in there, sacrifice for a higher cause, confinement, spiritual growth

The Empress: Beauty, femininity, love, nurturing, abundance, pregnancy, creativity, fertility, growth

You are creative, nurturing and a very talented person who keeps a different angle and perspective to look at things. You have a beautiful soul and you are spiritually strong.

13 Death + 4 The Emperor

Death: Change, transformation, transition, ending, new start

The Emperor: Authority, establishment, a dominating male, masculine, wise, father, practical

You are a person who welcomes change and consider endings something inevitable to make room for something new. You think out of the box, you are strong willed and you like to take control of the situation.

14 Temperance + 5 The Hierophant

Temperance: Balance, Moderation, Middle path

The Hierophant: Religious beliefs, conformity, marriage, knowledge sharing, blind faith

You like to value traditions and live your life with prudence and moderation. You make firm long term goals and have a clear life path. You know how to keep a balance between your emotions, logic, and practicality. You might be conservative but you bring peace and harmony to the surroundings.

15 The Devil + 6 The Lovers

The Devil: Addiction, restriction, materialism, temptations

The Lovers: Relationship, love, harmony, values, soul mates, partners, strong bond, made for each other

You have clarity of vision, and you are emotionally fulfilled and beautiful from within. You are beautiful inside with a sense of balance. You have beautiful ideas about life, people and you are full of life, joy, and vitality, you are inquisitive, versatile, and lighthearted, you know how to verbally express their ideas and who can bring happiness to the life of anyone. However, you have to manage a fine line between love and lust, desire, and greed, good and bad otherwise you can cross the line.

16 The Tower + 7 The Chariot

The Tower: Destruction, chaos, upheaval, awakening, sudden change

The Chariot: Control, willpower, success, action, determination, two forces pulling in the opposite direction

You are strong-willed, enthusiastic, brave and yet emotional. You don’t follow people’s advice blindly but clearly know their own path and also know how to follow it. You know to make their way to success even if you have to make huge changes for that.

17 The Star + 8 Strength

The Star: Hope, direction, a path to follow, renewal

Strength: Control. Strength, influence, compassion, energy, endurance, success, Overcoming an obstacle

You know how to cope up with grief and sorrow and shine all bright. You have a clear direction and path in life and you are wise, compassionate, and courageous. You know how to keep a balance between their intuitive self and practical life. You are confident with strong will power. You know how to handle the conflict inside yourself. You have high goals for the future and you are farsighted.

18 The Moon + 9 The Hermit

The Moon: Anxiety, fear, illusion, subconscious

The Hermit: Solitude, guidance, soul-searching, introspection, being alone, inner guidance, wisdom

 You are intuitive and reflective.  You know the real meaning of life. You are a very stable and grounded person who likes to spend time with books and likes to ponder upon different things. You like to share your wisdom with those who seek it. You listen to your subconscious mind.

19 The Sun + 10 The Wheel of Fortune + 1 The Magician

The Sun: Success, optimism, vitality, happiness

The Wheel of Fortune: Good luck, destiny, good fortune, cycles, what goes around comes around.

The Magician: Skill, will-power, manifestation, The art of communication

You are happy, confident, positive, bright, and cheerful. You love to enjoy life to the fullest and become the center of attention. You like challenges and change and love to explore new things.  You are a charmer, you know the art of communication and have the right tools of passion, emotion, thought and worldly resources to add up to your charms. You know how to move through the cycles of life and use and utilize anything that life offers to it’s fullest potential.

20 Judgement + 2 The High Priestess

Judgement: Judgement, rebirth, awakening

The High Priestess:  Intuition, the subconscious mind, secrets, wisdom

You are a very empathetic and intuitive person. There is a mystery attached to you and you are connected to your inner-world and higher-self more than anyone who is around. You look at the real purpose of life and you are no more concerned about material and worldly stuff. 

21 The world + 3 The Empress

The World: Completion, fulfillment, celebration, harmony

The Empress: Beauty, femininity, love, nurturing, abundance, pregnancy, creativity, fertility, growth

You have a universal understanding and a deep connection with your spiritual side. You spend your life with logic, wisdom, power, authority, and vision. You are creative, nurturing and talented.

(This Birthday Calculator Script is written by Leisa Refalo and we are using it here with her permission.)

Which Tarot cards indicate pregnancy?

Which Tarot cards indicate pregnancy?

Tarot cards are not and cannot be a substitute for a pregnancy test. Tarot cards give different meanings when they appear in different positions. Also when a card appears with other cards, the combinations give different meanings. Still, if you want to know that which cards are sure short indicators of pregnancy when you get those at the right spot as an answer to your pregnancy questions, here is a list for Rider Waite Smith and RWS based decks

Which Tarot cards indicate pregnancy?

·       The Empress

The Empress is pregnant and has growth and fertility all around her. This is the clearest sign of pregnancy when this appears as an answer.

·       All the Aces

Aces are the seeds, a new start. All the aces in combination with cards around them can indicate pregnancy. An ace of cups is the clearest sign of pregnancy. The emotions, flow of water and peace, all bring good news. Ace of wands is a phallic symbol and shows the seed that is needed to bring a new life. The ace of pentacles shows a gift and a plant. The ace of swords is a sign of surgery and can represent a birth through C-section.

·       Page of Cups

The Page of Cups brings good news and a strong indicative of pregnancy.

·       9 of Cups

There are 9 months of pregnancy and 9 cups show that. Keeping all the cups at a safe place shows the love and care that the mother gives to the unborn baby.

·       9 of Pentacles

Again 9 months and happiness together show a sign of pregnancy.

·       The Sun

What better tarot card will be there to show pregnancy than a horse with a naked child sitting on it coming your way?

·       The Star

The Star is a sign of hope and a good omen for those who are trying to conceive.

·       10 of Cups

The ten of cups tarot card shows a happy couple and kids. This is a clear sign that someone is going to have kids.

·       3 of Cups

In tarot de Marseille, 3 of cups and 3 of pentacles show clear signs of welcoming a 3rd person. In the RWS deck, the happy dancing women also show celebrations related to birth and baby shower.

·       6 of Cups

This card is related to childhood and innocence and it can be a sign of pregnancy and birth.

·       The Fool

The fool shows new beginnings and a new start. It can depict pregnancy as well

·       Queen of Pentacles

All queens are mother figures but the way the queen of Pentacles is holding a pentacle shows the tender love and care given to a baby by the mother. This tarot card indicates pregnancy as well.

King of Wands Tarot Card Meaning and Symbolism Meaning

King of Wands Tarot Card Meaning and Symbolism Meaning

King of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Entrepreneur, natural-born leader, visionary, experienced adult

REVERSED: Problems with business, rude person, bully, abusive person

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Chokmah
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Wisdom
  • Astrological Influence: Sagittarius, Scorpio
  •  Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Stones:  Star Ruby, Turquoise  
  •  King of Wands: Fire of Fire

Kings were rulers of a whole kingdom in the middle ages. The role of a king was to protect the kingdom against invaders, consolidate power, and increase the wealth of the kingdom. A king often traveled through his kingdom to see the plight of the realm. A king’s most important responsibility was to establish order and keep the peace. A king’s responsibility was to administer justice, resolve disputes between nobles, and uphold the power.

King of Wands Tarot Card Meaning and Symbolism Meaning

The Imagery and symbolism of the King of Wands Tarot Card

Symbolically, a king represents a powerful male or a father figure. The King of Wands is seated on a throne that is a seat of power. His throne is placed on a grey pedestal. Grey is the color of impartiality. There is a salamander by the side of his throne and images of salamanders are made on his cape, and throne as well. The symbolic meaning of salamander is transformation and passion and legends say that a salamander can withstand flames.  The presence of salamanders in the picture depicts endurance and resilience. The king is wearing an orange robe. Orange is the color of desire, stimulation, and enthusiasm. The green color of his dress is a symbol of growth and fertility. The yellow color depicts his optimism and clarity of thoughts.  The king is holding a wand in his hand but he is just holding it lightly. The king doesn’t need any support to pursue his endeavors. He has a stable and secure seat of authority already. The king’s posture suggests that he might get up anytime and embark on a journey or travel. There are lions made on the back of his seat. The lion is a majestic animal and symbolizes strength and courage.

Astrology and the King of Wands

Astrologically, the King of wands represents the fiery sign of Sagittarius. It rules the third decan of Scorpio and the first and second decan of Sagittarius. Sagittarius is a mutable sign and people from this sign are freedom-loving, jovial, honest, straightforward, philosophical, intellectual, optimistic, and restless. The King of wands shows all the energies of this fiery sign in a pictorial manner. He is daring, spontaneous, courageous, and passionate.

King of Wands and Kabbalah

The King of Wands belongs to the Sefirot of Chokmah (Wisdom) in Atziluth. Atziluth is the world of creation and it is at the level of pure spirit. All the 2’s of minor arcana and all the kings belong to this Sefirot. Chokmah is a Sefirot of Masculine energies and it is opposite to the Sefirot of Binah, which is pure feminine energy.

King of Wands as a Person (Upright)

The King of Wands as a person can be an established entrepreneur in modern times. This card doesn’t necessarily reflect a man but a mature adult with the qualities of the King of Wands as a person but it may also represent a father or a father figure (a male). The King of wands is someone who has a fiery temperament, who loves to travel and who has complete control of the situation and his or her desires. The King of Wands depicts such people who are confident, passionate, and attractive. They are active, motivated, and have sex appeal. These people are born leaders, visionaries, great mediators, and highly passionate and enthusiastic with a great tolerance level. However, they can be forceful, aggressive, and assertive if and when needed.

King of Wands Card in General Reading (Upright)

This card can reflect a person or a situation when it appears in a general reading. As a person, it may reflect the querent or someone in the querent’s life. As a situation, this card reflects a favorable and well-established situation. This is the situation that is organized, well established, and full of positive and motivating energies. This card may indicate a well-established business. It shows a situation where you have experience and have the maturity to take decisions. You are ready to take action and you are ready to face any difficulties or challenges that might arise.

King of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Reading (Upright)

If this card appears in a love reading, it might indicate that one person in the relationship embodies the qualities of the King of Wands. If you are single, this card might suggest that someone with the qualities of the king of wands will be entering your life. If this card depicts you in a love reading that it means that you have everything that it takes. Just go and get.  

King of Wands Tarot Card in a Career Reading (Upright)

This is a very good card to get in a career reading. It shows a successful business or success in a business venture. In a job, this card indicates that you have acquired a high position and experience. You have confidence and the needed motivation to complete a task. This card might indicate the presence of a boss with the King of Wands qualities. There is nothing to worry about because such bosses value hard-work, devotion, and enthusiasm.

King of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading (Upright)

This is a positive health card. It shows that you have endurance, resistance, and immunity to go through any health-related challenge. This card shows vitality and vigor.  

King of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

When the King of Wands is in a reversed position, he will no longer be able to easily hold his position of power and resultantly he will lose confidence and self-esteem. This position will make him impulsive, tactless, reckless, and blunt. This person might also throw temper tantrums. This card in a reversed position also indicates a failed or failing business.

This card in a general reading in a reversed position shows that hastiness is making the situation go out of control. The situation is getting out of control but control can be brought back by controlling the impulses and hastiness.

In a love and relationship reading, this card in a reversed position might indicate the presence of someone who is controlling, impatient, hasty, mean, unreliable, or overly optimistic. It is also time to look at your role in a relationship. You might need to change it.

In a health reading, this card indicates poor habits resulting in poor health. This card indicates that changing your lifestyle can bring positive changes to your health.  

Queen of Wands Tarot Card Meaning and Symbolism

Queen of Wands Tarot Card Meaning and Symbolism

Queen of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Confidence, Independence, Stable Situation

REVERSED: Pushy, mean, greedy

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Binah
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Understanding
  • Astrological Influence: Aries, Pisces
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Stones: Star Sapphire, Pearl
  • Queen of Wands: Water of Fire

A Queen is one of the strongest and most influential members of the royal court. Even in the old times, queens were the rulers at many places. In the places where kings were the rulers, the queens were their right hands and most trusted allies. They kept and protected state secrets. A Queen was not only the wife of a king but also the mother of the next king of a kingdom. The attributes of a queen were fertility, management, mercy, creativity, and authority. A Queen’s personality is matched with water that is flowing, nurturing, life-giving, and having a steady and controlled flow and the cycle of emotions. The Queen of wands is Water of Fire.

Queen of Wands Tarot Card Meaning and Symbolism

The Imagery and Symbolism of the Queen of Wands Tarot Card

The Queen of Wands is sitting on a throne that is a seat of power. Two lions are engraved in the arms of the throne and the other two are made at the back of the throne. That can be a tapestry that is hanging behind her. The lions are fiery and majestic animals and depict strength and courage. The queen is wearing a yellow robe that shows joy, optimism, and clarity and a white cape on her back is a symbol of purity and perfection. She is wearing a crown on her head that shows her power and authority and green leaves emerging from the crown symbolize growth and fertility.  She is holding a wand in one hand that shows her fiery energies and passion and a sunflower on the other hand. Sunflower is a symbol of loyalty and dedication. Her throne is set on a grey platform; the grey color symbolizes neutrality and impartiality. There are three mounds in her background that show her past achievements. A black cat sitting in her feet is a symbol of mystery, secrets, and rebirth. Overall her image reflects strength, generosity, and determination.

Astrology and the Queen of Wands

The Queen of Wands rules the first and second decans of the fiery sign of Aries and third decan of Pisces. Aries rules the Emperor in the Major Arcana. People born under the sign of Aries are adventurous, energetic, courageous, confident, dynamic, and quick-witted, just like the Queen of Wands. Pisces brings the qualities of kindness, compassion, and sensitivity in a person. The Queen of Wands is a perfect combination of the qualities of both signs.

Queen of Wands and Kabbalah

In Kabbalah, all four queens and all the threes belong to the Sefirot of Binah (Understanding). This sefirah is the energy from which all life emerges. Binah is the giver of life and the Queen of Wands belongs to Binah in Atziluth, which is the highest of the four worlds.

Queen of Wands as a Person

Some tarot readers say that the Queen of Wands depicts a female in a querent’s life or if the client is a female then the Queen of Wands represents her but the Queen can also represent a male with the qualities of the Queen of Wands. So you may say that the Queen of Wands can represent any mature adult. In my readings, I have found this card appearing for highly motivated entrepreneurs who have set up and running their businesses. Their businesses are sustainable and working well but they are not large empires. This card represents such people who are confident, dynamic, motivated, loyal, and dedicated and also keep a sensitive side. It shows the people who are charming and attractive but have control of their intimate desires. This card may also represent such mothers who are also successful entrepreneurs.

Queen of Wands Card in General Reading

If this card appears in a general reading, it can indicate a person or a situation. I have shared the type of person this card depicts in the above paragraph. In aa general reading this card shows a positive situation where you are in control and confident. You have achieved some of your goals and now you have taken charge. It shows that dedication, loyalty, control, passion, and sensitivity will help maintain and sustain this situation.

Queen of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Reading

In a love reading, this card represents and stable, sustainable loyal, and smooth relationship. It might also represent that one of the people in the relationship carries the qualities of the queen of wands. This is a positive card of passion and loyalty in a love reading.

Queen of Wands Tarot Card in a Career Reading

In a Career reading, this card shows that you have complete control of the situation at your workplace. You have achieved your goals and have established an authority. This card also shows success in business ventures and great managerial qualities. This card might also indicate a person with the qualities of the queen of wands at your workplace.

Queen of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading

Queens are fertile and nurturing moms so it is a good omen if you are trying to conceive. This is a card of health, vigor, and vitality. You’ll get complete control of the situation, even if you are facing some health-related problems right now.

Queen of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

When the queen of Wands is in a reversed position, the cat comes at the top and she will be not happy in an upside-down position too and be very pushy. The queen will lose the positive flow of energies and resultantly her fiery energies will make her mean and arrogant. Her wand will be reversed so growth will also stop. Her crown of authority may also fall. This is not a positive card in a reversed position and it can represent someone who is mean, bossy, pushy, deceptive, and manipulative. It might also represent a situation that is not in your favor. Where you have lost the position of authority and lost control.

In a career reading this card might show a failed business venture.

In a love reading, this card might indicate that one person is being disloyal and mean.

This is not a good card to get in a health reading. It shows a lack of vitality and problems in conceiving a baby.

Knight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning and Symbolism

Knight of wands tarot card meaning and symbolism

Knight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Passion, Inspired Action, Bravery

REVERSED: Recklessness, Frustration

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Tiphareth
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Beauty, Harmony
  • Astrological Influence: Leo, Cancer
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Stones: Topaz, Yellow Diamond
  • Knight of Wands: Air of Fire

In medieval times, knights were fearful warriors who rode on horseback. A knight generally belonged to an aristocratic wealthy family who could afford horse, armor, weapons, and training since childhood. Besides knowing tricks of war, the knights were good at reciting poetry and songs. They were true charmers.

Knight of wands tarot card meaning and symbolism

The Imagery and Symbolism of the Knight of Wands Tarot Card

An armored warrior is riding a brown horse and there are a barren land and mountains in the background. He is holding a staff (wand) in one of his hands and reigns of the horse in the other. The wand depicts his passion and the green leaves at the top of the wand symbolize hope and growth. The armor that he is wearing shows that he is protected. There are red feathers on his helmet that look like burning flames. These feathers or flames show his passion, desires, and burning fiery energies. The brown horse symbolizes stamina, strength, and vitality along with stability and reliability. He has full control of the situation and this is suggested by the reigns in his hands. He is wearing a yellow shirt with a symbol of salamanders on it. Yellow is the color of joy and salamanders show endurance and they also symbolize transformation, passion and they can take over adversity. Legends say that Salamanders even withstand flames and can also extinguish them. There is a barren land and three mounds in the background just like we have seen on the page of the wands card. The barren land signifies that nurturing can change the barrenness and mounds denote the obstacles and goals. Three is the number of creativity.

Astrology and the Knight of Wands

The Knight of Wands rules the first and second decans of Leo, the fixed fire sign, and the third decan of cancer. The knight of wands under the influence of the sign of Leo holds the qualities of generosity, warm-heartedness, creativity, enthusiasm, ambition, dynamism, confidence, and loyalty. He has true fiery energies.

Knight of Wands and Kabbalah

In Kabbalah, all the knights and all the sixes belong to the Sefirot of Tiphareth that means beauty or harmony. This Sefirot is the center of the tree of life and ruled by the sun. The powers and energies of all the other Sefirot flow into it and take a balanced form.

Knight of Wands as a Person

The Knight of Wands as a person is someone who is restless, fiery, passionate, charming, and freedom-loving. It can denote a charming and seductive person who is really sexy. These people are ready to take on any challenge and ready to make transformation and changes in their lives. These are passionate people who have vigor, strength, passion, vitality, and stamina. They have happy and joyful dispositions and high confidence. They seek growth in their lives. They have control of the situation and they act fast.

Knight of Wands Card in General Reading

If this card appears in a general reading, it can signify a situation or a person. As a situation, this card depicts change, traveling and some action towards one’s passion and goals. This is generally a positive card and it shows movement towards one’s goals and desires, action towards growth, and a positive and rapid transition. As a person, this card may represent the querent or someone else in a querent’s life. For women, it can indicate the entrance of a passionate and charming male. It can depict having the control of a rapidly changing situation as well or a person who takes charge of something and make it happen. This card also symbolizes hot-tempered people.

Knight of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Reading

If you are single, this card may represent the entrance of a lively, young, happy, dynamic, and enthusiastic person in your life. In a relationship, this card shows that you and your partner are moving towards your goals rapidly. However, this card tells you to take hasty decisions with caution. This card shows sexual energy. This card also shows the fiery temper of you or your partner.

Knight of Wands Tarot Card in a Career Reading

In a career reading, this card might indicate an upcoming work-related trip. It might also show a change in job or transfer. It shows some rapid transition at your workplace. This card indicates that when things will be changing rapidly, you’ll need to protect yourself and take control of the situation.

Knight of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading

This card is a good omen in a health reading. It shows rapid progress towards health goals and a burst of energy.

Knight of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

When this card is in a reversed position, everything will be falling away. The knight will fall from the horse and lose control of the situation. In a reversed position, this card depicts reckless behavior, hastiness, frustration due to lack of control, thinking later and acting first, and consequences of miscalculated transition. In a reversed position, this card may also show stagnation and lack of progress and movement.

In a love reading, this card might indicate a reckless attitude of you or the person in your life. It might also indicate a lack of passion, enthusiasm, and lack of intimacy.

In a career reading, this card advises you to make calculated decisions and not to go for something in haste. This card tells you not to hurry and consider the consequences before taking action. It might also indicate a lack of progress and lack of movement.

In a health reading, the reversed Knight of wands might indicate injury or accident. Be careful when this card appears and practice caution and safety.

How to Start Reading Tarot Cards? A guide for Beginners

How to Start Reading Tarot Cards? A guide for Beginners

Many people want to learn tarot card reading but they do not know where and how to make a start. It is not always easy to access and visit a tarot teacher and time and life constraints make it really difficult to visit someone in order to learn tarot card reading.

Then what is the solution?

Well, tarot reading needs mindfulness, a connection with the intuition, a keen observant mind, and the ability to make a coherent story by connecting the dots. All these skills can be acquired by using the right tools and like any other skill, with practice.

How to Start Reading Tarot Cards? A guide for Beginners

I’ll share a step-by-step process here with links and resources that will make self-learning tarot card reading a fun, easy, and rewarding experience. So here are the ten tips.

1.    Get a Tarot Deck

The first thing that you need to start reading is acquiring a tarot deck. Some people say that it is necessary that a tarot deck should be given to you as a gift but that is just an old wives’ tale. You can buy your tarot deck from anywhere, anytime, and start the learning process. Even though I am offering a free printable tarot deck on tarotoak.com, still I’ll recommend getting a copy of Rider Waite Smith deck. This is the most popular and easy to learn deck for beginners. You will find many free tutorials, data, and material about reading it. All the cards in this deck are adorned with beautiful and meaningful pictures and you can even derive the meanings by only interpreting the pictures. So just do not get confused by looking at a large number of decks in the market. Just acquire a plain and simple Rider Waite Smith deck. Also, make sure that the deck that you acquire is a legal copy and not a pirated one.

2.    Observe the Images and make a story

Now as you have acquired a deck, what is next? Well take out your deck and observe the images. There are also numbers written at the top of the cards and names written at the bottom of the cards. Ask yourself these questions

What does this number mean to me?

What does it remind me of?

What does this picture trying to convey?

Look at the colors, imagery, animals, stars, moons, and symbols, everything in the cards, and try to make a story that the cards are trying to convey. Try to be intuitive and observant while making sense of the scenes depicted on the cards. Make yourself familiar with your deck. Keep it with you. Take it everywhere with you and just look at the cards whenever you get some free time and observe, notice, feel, and derive meanings.

3.    Buy some Tarot Books

Many people will tell you to rely on your intuition while reading tarot cards. That is absolutely right but then there are some meanings attached to these cards and numbers. You do not need to memorize those meanings but you should know those meanings as well to feed your intuition. Like number 4 shows stability and structure, it might mean something else to you or when you’ll become a proficient reader, your gut instinct or intuition will tell you that it depicts something else related to the querent’s life or the question but you should know the numerological meanings of the numbers as well to know multiple perspectives and dimensions of the situation. Likewise, you should know what color means, what is the symbolic meaning of an object or an animal, and so on. To learn tarot card reading, purchase some good books. You can look into books and read the reviews on Amazon and Goodreads as well.

4.    Watch YouTube videos

As a beginner, you shouldn’t stick with just one person and his or her interpretations of the cards and their meanings but you should have different perspectives. Learn to hear different voices and choose that makes the most sense to you. Many people have many useful tips to share and a fast and easy way to get these views is finding and looking at YouTube videos. You can use Youtube in various ways. Use some free tutorial videos set as a kickstart or find meanings of a different card every day and learn and observe how different people read it. Listening to people and observing them will help you a lot as a beginner.

5.    Join Facebook Groups

I have already shared a post about various Tarot related Facebook groups on tarotoak. Joining a Facebook group is a great way to get connected to the community. You can ask all the apparently ‘silly’ queries that you might have and get instant answers from the people who were once beginners. Please remember that there is no silly question and no right or wrong in tarot so don’t be shy and be a part of a community.

6.    Draw a Card Daily

The best way of getting connected to your cards is by pulling out a daily draw. You can start by pulling out just one card. Once you have the cards in your hands, observe it, look at the colors, see what message is it trying to convey to you? Then look at its meaning in the book you have. Try to find it on YouTube. Read about it on tarotoak and absorb as much as you can. There is nothing to hurry about as learning tarot card reading is a lifelong process. Even the experts say that they learn a new thing every day so take it slowly. Absorb it slowly.

7.    Make a Tarot Journal

Tarot Journal is an amazing way to polish and enhance your tarot reading and learning skills. You can make a bullet journal, a picture journal, or you can just turn an ordinary spiral notebook into your tarot journal. You can also print these Tarot Journal Pages and make a small booklet. Note down your daily draws, observations, and interpretations in it. Paste pictures in it and write down the meanings. Write about symbolic language, tarot history, interesting observations, or any worthy facts that you come across. When you start reading for yourself or for others, take notes in your journal. If you’ll keep a journal, you will not have to solely rely on your memory and you can go through your notes and observations over and over again and derive new meanings as well.

8.    Practice, Practice, Practice

Like any other skill, the key to becoming a good tarot reader is just practice. You should practice to ground yourself, practice to stay mindful and observant, practice to play with your cards, practice to make your own tarot spreads, practice to connect the cards and read those together, practice to translate your experiences in the light of your daily draw.

9.    Integrate Tarot in your Life

I always feel that tarot is such a strong tool that brings changes to your whole lifestyle. When I started reading tarot cards, I had trouble with staying mindful so I started learning yoga. I started taking teas to help me with my health and intuition. I started making smudge sticks to cleanse my decks and started collecting different crystals. In no time I was reading about chakras and wellness and wellbeing. I think that just a simple deck of tarot cards changed my whole lifestyle and all changes that it brought were positive. So I’ll recommend it to you too.

10.Keep visiting Tarotoak.com

My last tip is that keep visiting tarotoak.com as I am trying to make it an honest and useful place for tarot beginners.

Ten of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Ten of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Ten of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Burden, responsibilities, taking more than you can handle

REVERSED: Release,Letting go

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Malkuth
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Kingdom
  • Astrological Influence: Saturn in Sagittarius
  • Yes/No key interpretations: No
  • Stones: Rock Crystal

Ten of wands is the tenth card in the fiery suit of wands in Minor Arcana. The number 10 indicates completion of a cycle but not the ending of anything as things take a start again from 1.  In major Arcana, the wheel of fortune is card number 10.

Ten of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery of the Ten of Wands Tarot Card

A man is carrying a heavy load of a bundle of ten wands and he is bent over with this heavy load. He is unable to look above or even ahead due to this position as he is busy carrying this huge bundle. He is taking it to a town nearby; there are trees at a distance that show growth and transformation, a house which is a symbol of self and shelter and a plowed field. The field is the symbol of ‘as you sow, so shall you reap’ or karma. The person’s posture indicates that he is not in a comfortable position. His orange-brown shirt indicates his determination and the olive green color of his leggings is a color of harmony and diplomacy. The mustard color of the road on which he is walking symbolizes warmth and originality.

Astrology and the Ten of Wands

In astrology, the Ten of Wands tarot card corresponds to the third decan of Sagittarius that falls between 13th December and 21rst December. In this decan, we have Saturn in Sagittarius in the wheel of the year. The golden dawn designers called it the Lord of Oppression. The readiness of Sagittarius to communicate is blocked by Saturn and it represses the impulses. Saturn is the planet of limitations, determination, introspection, discipline, and structure and Sagittarius is a freedom-loving sign.

Ten of Wands and Kabbalah

All the four tens and all the pages belong to the Sefirot of Malkuth in Kabbalah. Malkuth means Kingdom. The ten of Wands is Malkuth in Atziluth, the land of emanation and pure spirit.

Ten of Wands as a Person

The Ten of Wands tarot card represents someone as a person who is determined and ambitious and trying too much and too hard. A person who doesn’t delegate responsibilities and gets overworked and exhausted. These people are worn out, tired, and exhausted yet determined to finish the tasks that they have started. These people are dutiful but too much burden doesn’t let them look at or enjoy the bigger picture of life. They only work.

Ten of Wands Card in General Reading

If this tarot card appears in a general reading, it might signify that you are enthusiastic and determined but you have so many loads on your shoulders that you can barely take. You have achieved in your life but the achievements have brought responsibilities as well. This card might also indicate that the querent is stressed, burdened, troubled, and exhausted but he cannot or does not delegate the tasks. The querent is overwhelmed with everything but he or she doesn’t have time or energy to look at the future or the bigger picture.  If this card appears in your general reading, you should work on prioritizing tasks and sharing some of the burdens with others.

Ten of Wands Tarot Card in a Daily reading

If this card appears in a daily reading, it might indicate that today is going to be a tough day in terms of work, commitments, and responsibilities. The tasks that you have started with enthusiasm and energy have now become a burden that is heavier than you can lift easily. You should give the work one last push as your goal is really near or delegate some of the tasks to others to help you with it. Today is also a day when you should reexamine your lifestyle and modify it in a way so you don’t have to be really hard on yourself.

Ten of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Reading

If this card appears in a Love reading it might show that you are carrying the whole burden and responsibilities of the relationship and now it has become difficult for you to maintain. This minor arcana tarot card shows that you don’t have time to plan ahead or to look above as you are busy maintaining the relationship and all the duties it brings along. You should ask your partner to help you and share the responsibilities as this is too much for you to handle.

Ten of Wands Tarot Card in a Career Reading

If this card appears in a career reading, it signifies that you are overworked, overburdened, and overstressed at your workplace. You have so many tasks and errands to do that you cannot take time for anything else. You should ask your colleagues for help otherwise you will be too drained and exhausted to perform. Your goals are near and achievable but you should keep your energies in check as well.

Ten of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading

If this card appears in a health reading, it might indicate that stress, anxieties, worries, and being overworked and burdened has taken a toll on your health. You need to be easy on yourself in order to improve your health.

Ten of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

When this Ten of Wands tarot card is in a reversed position, the burden will fall off from the hands of the man. It can indicate two things and can be read in two ways. One is that he got too tired, fatigued, and exhausted that he gave up everything as he was broken down. The other meaning can be that he finally learned to let go and share his responsibilities with others and he got relief. I like to go with the second meaning more but you can decide which one to choose at the time of the reading.

If this card appears in a reversed position in a love reading then it might represent that you are taking the time out for yourself and looking at other things besides only taking responsibilities.

In a career reading, this card in a reversed position shows that you are sharing the tasks and work with your colleagues, have sought help, and now can look at the future and the better picture as well.

In a health reading, this card might show that you have started taking care of yourself and looking at the brighter picture besides only struggling with worries and concerns.

Nine of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Nine of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Nine of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Resilience, courage, persistence, on guard

REVERSED: Giving up, exhaustion, fatigue

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Yesod
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Foundation
  • Astrological Influence: Moon in Sagittarius
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Maybe
  • Stones: Quartz

The nine of wands is the 9th card in the suit of wands in Minor Arcana. Nine is the number of Spiritual awakening and kindness and ‘The Hermit’ is card number nine in major Arcana. If 10 is the completion of a cycle then nine shows that you are very close to the end of this cycle. You have gained experience and wisdom and have to go through just a few ordeals and trials to reach the completion.

Nine of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery of the Nine of Wands Tarot Card

A weary, tired, and exhausted man is standing with a staff in his hand. His exhaustion shows that he has been through some tough tasks. He has a bandage on his head that indicates that he might have some wound underneath which is healing. This bandage also represents mental distress. He is holding a staff in a watchful and alert way, as he is ready to attack anyone who appears at once. He is on guard. His staff also represents the help that he has available with him. There is an uneven but green land in his background. The big and small hills show the challenges that he has been through and the goals that he has achieved. There is a neat boundary of eight wands in his background as well. The wands represent action, ambition, and desires and they are sprouting at the top that symbolizes growth. The barrier that is created with these wands might indicate that this barrier is to stop someone from emerging from the back or to stop some bad memory to emerge from the past? The brown color of the tunic of the man is a symbol of simplicity, steadfastness, and reliability and the olive green color of his pants and shoes depicts diplomacy and harmony. Overall the man looks resilient, courageous, and ready to face any challenge and trouble that might come his way. He is standing on a grey road that shows the neutrality. He is neutral for now and will decide his reaction when something or someone will appear.

Astrology and the Nine of Wands

In astrology, the nine of Wands corresponds to the second decan of Sagittarius which falls between 3rd December and 12th December. In this decan, the moon enters Sagittarius. Moon is the planet (in astrology) of reflection, cycles, feminine qualities, emotions, and receptivity. Sagittarius is an optimistic, honest, intellectual and freedom-loving sign. When the moon enters the fiery sign of Sagittarius, they work together to make things work out. The golden dawn designers called this card the Lord of Great Strength.

Nine of Wands and Kabbalah

In Kabbalah, all the nines belong to Sefirot of Yesod (Foundation). This sefirah is ruled by the moon, the orb of reflection. Nine of Wands is Yesod in Atziluth, the land of pure spirit. This card shows that success is accompanied by trouble and doubts. This card reflects strength and power.

Nine of Wands as a Person

Nine of Wands denotes someone who has been through a lot of ups and downs in life and has growing ambitions and desires. They have been through difficulties but they have also achieved goals. They are people who persevere, persist, and endure. They guard what they have achieved and they are ready to face any other challenge that might come their way before achieving their goals. They live in the moment, stay watchful, and alert. They get support from others when they need it and they keep neutral and balanced emotions before facing a new situation.  

Nine of Wands Card in General Reading (Upright)

When nine of wands tarot card appears in an upright position, in a general reading, it might represent that you are facing some ongoing difficulties and challenges. You have been through some tough times and had some hurtful experiences but all your experiences, trials, and troubles have made you a stronger person. Your ambitions are growing and your spirits are high. You have an eye on the enemies and you are ready to take on any challenges before reaching your goals. This card shows that you have strength and power and you are ready to face anything.

Nine of Wands (Upright) Tarot Card in a Daily reading

If this card appears in a daily reading, it shows that your challenges, trials, and tests are not over today. There are might be many days since you are facing the challenges, you are tired and weary but today is also going to be one such day. Rest assured that you are equipped to face the challenges and you have stamina and energy. You are ready to face the day and with your ambitious spirit, you will soon achieve your goals.

Nine of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Reading (Upright)

In a love reading, this card might indicate that there is some continuing trouble in your relationship. Your partner has hurt you in many ways but there were also some good times. You are determined to make the relationship work and you have an idea that where you want things to be. You should gather your strengths and try to make it work. If you are single, this card shows that you have been through some hurtful relationships in the past but you have resilience and courage to find the partner that you are looking for. Do not give up but also be aware of the people who can hurt you in the guise of your prospective partners.

Nine n of Wands Tarot Card in a Career Reading (Upright)

If this card appears in a career reading, it might indicate that you are tired and exhausted from the troubles that you are facing at your workplace. You are feeling drained and losing energies but the challenges are not ending. You should just give things one last push as they are near completion. You should know that your efforts in the past are bringing fruit and you’ll be healed from some bitter experiences or mistakes that you have made in the past. This card encourages you not to give up but to stay strong, tough, and resilient.

Nine of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading (Upright)

In a health reading, this card might indicate that you are tired and drained from constantly fighting your illness but you shouldn’t give up or lose hope. You will soon beat the illness and will be on the road to recovery.

Nine of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

In a reversed position, the nine of wands tarot card represents exhaustion, fatigue, and giving up. When this card is reversed, the barrier of the wands won’t be that stable. The growth will top. The man will no longer take support from the staff that he is holding. This card in a reversed position indicates that you are getting tired of constant fights, trials, and ordeals. You are giving up and are no longer motivated or ambitious to put more efforts or you are too drained and have no energies left to put more efforts to reach your goals.

In a love reading, the reversed nine of wands indicates that the relationship is failing and you are tired of putting more work into it. You are tired, drained, and exhausted and don’t want to go through the arguments and fights anymore. You don’t have strong boundaries in your relationship and incidents from the past, present, and future is putting pressure on you in a combined manner and you cannot take it anymore.

In a career reading, the reversed nine of wands represents that you are tired and drained of all the challenges and you have a burnout. You cannot take the conflicts and clashes anymore and you want to call quits. You should probably take some time out to reenergize before taking any crucial decision.

In a health reading, the reversed nine of wands show some serious health issues and lack of energy to fight the illness anymore. You need to see a medical health professional before making any health-related decision.

Eight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Eight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Eight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Swiftness, change, movement, speed, success, air travel

REVERSED: Slow pace, delay

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Hod
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Splendor
  • Astrological Influence: Mercury in Sagittarius
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Stones: Opal, Fire opal

Eight of Wands is the card number 8 in the fiery suit of wands. Eight is the number of authority and balance and suit of wands belongs to Minor Arcana in Tarot and it is related to passion, energy, vigor, and dynamism.

Eight of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery of the Eight of Wands Tarot Card

The imagery of this card is clean, clear, and simple. Eight wands are moving swiftly at an angle. All the wands are at various positions but they are following the same direction. The problems that arise at 7 of wands got clear at 8 of wands and now there is a release from obstacles and difficulties. The staves are moving rapidly and they indicate speed and swiftness. The clear background of the card shows that there is no blockage or obstruction. There is a vast landscape with a river flowing by. The greenery of the landscape indicates peace and growth and the river shows the flow of life and emotions. There is a hill in the background that represents our long term goals and aims and a house at the hilltop represents the self. This is overall a positive card that is evident from its imagery. Still, we cannot say for sure that if the wands will reach the mark upon reaching the ground or miss it.

Astrology and the Eight of Wands

The eight of wands astrologically corresponds to the first decan of Sagittarius that is Mercury in Sagittarius and it falls between November 23rd and December 2nd. Mercury is the fastest moving planet and it is related to communication, mind, intellect, reason, language, reasoning, linear thinking, travel, and trade. However, Mercury is at its detriment in Sagittarius.  Sagittarius also brings qualities of optimism, love for freedom, intellect, and philosophy in an individual. Eight of wands was called ‘The Lord of Swiftness’ by the golden dawn designers.

Eight of Wands Tarot Card and Kabbalah

In Kabbalah, all the eights belong to the Sefirot of Hod that means Splendor. The eights generally depict success. This sefirah is ruled by Mercury. This sefirot is on the pillar of Severity and eight of wands belong to the world of Atziluth, the world of pure spirits.

Eight of Wands Tarot Card as a Person

The Eight of Wands as a tarot card represent someone who is enthusiastic, energetic, spontaneous, and passionate. These people can take quick decisions and act towards their goals at a fast pace. These people have many passionate ideas and can work on many tasks at a time and can manage those well. These people can bring change in the environment through their energies and these can be excellent communicators. Eight of wands shows motivated, driven, and highly passionate individuals.

Eight of Wands Card (Upright) in General Reading

If this card appears in a general reading, it shows that things will change in your life quickly, swiftly, and rapidly. There will energy, activity, and excitement. This card indicates a strong possibility of air travel. It also shows quick communication like a chat on the web or emails or any other form of electronic communication. In a general reading, this card shows that the environment around will be favorable for you to move quickly towards your targets and goals. You can roll out various ideas or projects in the direction where you want to reach. You can be spontaneous and you’ll have the energy and enthusiasm. However, don’t be hasty and make decisions wisely. Also, you can expect some news or a surprise today.

Eight of Wands Tarot Card (Upright) in a Daily reading

If this card appears in a daily reading, it will be a great day to travel. It is also a great day to work towards your goals with speed and passion. Today you will not face any challenges or obstacles. Your emotions will flow in harmony and today the environment around you will be favorable and nurturing. It is a great day to connect to your higher self and to work towards bigger things.

Eight of Wands Tarot Card (Upright) in a Love Reading

In a love reading, this card might indicate that things will move at a fast pace and rapidly in your relationship. If you are single, someone might enter your life unexpectedly. Expect some change and excitement in your love life. There is a possibility of traveling together as well.

Eight of Wands Tarot Card (Upright) in a Career Reading

If this card appears in a work or career reading, it means that there will be rapid progress in the projects that you have been working on. There are chances of work-related travel. This card represents a favorable work environment without any obstacles or hindrances.

Eight of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading

In a health reading, this card might represent a rapid recovery or on a bad note a rapid illness and some kind of emergency.

Eight of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

When this card is in a reversed position, the direction of wands will be changed entirely and now instead of going forward, they can go back unless they are thrown with a lot of force. In a reversed position the water of the river will be unsteady and that will represent the unstable flow of emotions. If this card is in a reversed position, it indicates delay, the slow pace of events, sluggish movement, and slow progress. It might indicate a lack of passion and enthusiasm.

In a love reading, this card in a reversed position it might show that the effort that you have put in a positive direction is not being fruitful. You have to work really hard to make the relationship work and there is still a lack of progress. The emotions are probably taking control of the situation.

In a career reading, the reversed eight of wands might indicate that some work-related traveling is canceled or delayed. It might also represent that you need to put more effort into your goals and have to apply more force to keep the work in momentum.

In a health reading, this card in a reversed position might indicate a slow recovery from the illness.

Six of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Six of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Six of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Achievement, Victory, Success, Public Recognition

REVERSED: Failure, delay in Success, lack of support

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Tiphareth
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Beauty
  • Astrological Influence: Jupiter in Leo
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Stones: Topaz, Yellow Diamond

The six of wands is card number 6 in the suit of wands of minor Arcana. The suit of wands is fiery, energetic, determined, strong, and ambitious in characteristics. The number 6 is the number of harmony and balance. In major Arcana ‘the Lovers’ is the card number 6. The disruption that occurred at number 5 now again starts getting balanced at number 6.

Six of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery of the Six of Wands Tarot Card

A man is riding a white horse and there is a crowd in the background. The man looks like a man of authority as he is wearing a laurel crown on his head that is a symbol of victory; his maroon robe symbolizes his confidence. He is holding a staff in his hand that has a laurel wreath at the top. The staff is a sign of authority whereas laurel wreath is crowning insignia of warriors and people of high rank. His white horse is a symbol of strength, purity, and a connection with intuition. The crowd in the background, probably foot soldiers with staves in the hands, signifies social recognition. The blue sky is a symbol of wisdom and the olive green cover over the horse shows harmony as well as diplomacy. Overall this is a happy and positive card that signifies progress, achievement, victory, success, and social recognition.

Astrology and the Six of Wands

In the wheel of the year, the six of wands corresponds to the second decan of Leo, in which Jupiter is in Leo. Leo is ruled by the sun and Jupiter is the planet of growth, expansion, healing, and prosperity. The golden dawn designer called Jupiter in Leo the ‘Lord of Victory’. Jupiter in Leo in attracts good fortune, charisma, and confidence. This combination brings success and happy relationships.

Six of Wands and Kabbalah

All the sixes and the knights belong to the Sefirot of Tiphareth on the tree of life, which means beauty and harmony. Tiphareth is the center of the tree of life, The powers of all sefirot flow into it and create a balance. This sefirah is ruled by the sun. The six of wands belongs to Tiphareth in Atziluth (the world of pure spirit). In the Waite Smith deck, the card shows victory after strife.

Six of Wands Tarot Card as a Person

Sic of wands signifies someone who is confident, hard worker, and achiever. It represents someone who has acquired public recognition as a result of their hard work. People who keep others along with them. Someone who needs a little support to acquire a high rank. A person who is loved by others and keep happy relationships. Who has a good reputation at their workplace, keep friendly relations with others, and gain support for their achievements.

Six of Wands Card in General Reading

This is a happy card of victory and success. If this card appears in a general reading, it signifies that you’ll have success in achieving your goals. You will make progress and your hard work and passion will be rewarded with victory, triumph, and success. You will be a crowd-pleaser and get love and respect from the people around you. Your time to shine is there as you have learned to harness your strengths. You have a purity of purpose, confidence to reach your goals, passion, and favorable circumstances. Nothing can stop you from attaining your objectives.

Six of Wands Tarot Card in a Daily reading

This is a positive card to get in daily reading. If you get this card, believe in yourself, and stay confident. You will get acknowledgment for your efforts today and supporters and well-wishers will be there to cheer for you. You should have high self-esteem, strength, and confidence as today will be your day.

Six of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Reading

This is also a very positive card to get in a Love reading. This card shows that you and your lovers have the support from your family and friends and you are achieving your goals together. If you are single this card shows success in finding that one person that you deserve. That person will have high ranks and good social standing and he or she will be entering your life soon.

Six of Wands Tarot Card in a Career Reading

This is a very positive card to get in a career reading. If you get this card about a job interview, it is a sign that you will ace the interview. If you get this card in a career reading otherwise, it shows success, promotion, recognition, and appreciation at your workplace. You will be able to achieve your goals by putting your passion and energies into those and your hard work will be acknowledged and appreciated.

Six of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading

This card is a positive card to get in an upright position in a health reading. It means that you will beat the illness and disease and will be back to your routine and life.

Six of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

The six of wands is not a positive card to get in a reversed position. When the card is in a reversed position, the laurel crown will fell from the head of the rider and he may fall from the horse as well. The crowd will be holding their staves backward and that might indicate their unhappiness and hostility. In a reversed position this card is indicative of delay or lack of success, failure, and lack of support by people. It will show that someone else can win again you and also that people can cause conflict and trouble in your life. This card may also represent some kind of disgrace.

In a reversed position, the six of wands is not a positive card in a career reading as well. You might not get the promotion you were hoping for or won’t be able to achieve your goals. You can face some troubles and challenges from people around you at your workplace.

This card is also not a good sign when it appears in a reversed position in a love reading. It can indicate problems in your relationship that are caused by people around you. If you are single, it might show that there will be a delay in finding the right person.

In a health reading, this card may indicate an injury or accident. Getting it in reversed position is not a good health-related omen but always consult a registered health practitioner before making health-related decisions.

Five of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Five of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Five of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Conflict, Argument, Competition, Disagreement, Not Listening to others

REVERSED: Resolving dispute, Accepting difference

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Geburah
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Severity, Strength
  • Astrological Influence: Saturn in Leo
  • Yes/No key interpretations: No
  • Stones: Ruby

Five of wands is card number 5 in the fiery and passionate suit of wands in minor Arcana. The energy that gained balance at number 4 is now disrupted again at number 5. Number 5 shows some sort of chaos and imbalance in all suits of tarot. Five is the number of adaptability and harmony in numerology but it is also a number of changes.

Five of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery of the Five of Wands Tarot Card

When you look at this card, it seems like a scene from a fight with 5 young men holding huge staves in their hands, probably hitting each other but when you look again, it seems not that intense. It looks like kind of a playful fight or practice or challenge than fierce and intense combat. There is a bright blue sky in the background that shows confidence. The ground at the feet of the men symbolizes a firm foundation (for their beliefs). Each man is wearing a tunic, legging, and shoes of different colors. The red show’s energy and passion, the olive green symbolizes diplomacy; the blue is the color of wisdom, pale yellow shows energy, the circles on one tunic represent self and wholeness. It seems like all the people firmly hold their opinion and all of them have a very different opinion that is showed by the colors of their dresses. They are not very hostile but they are also not listening to the opinion of the other person. In this card, the energy is scattered and no one is focusing on the same point. This card represents a conflict of opinion among a group of people and also the conflict one holds inside. Golden dawn designers called this card ‘The Lord of Strife’.

Astrology and the Five of Wands

In astrology, the Five of Wands corresponds to the first decan of Leo. The first decan of Leo is ruled by the planet of limitations, discipline, structure, and boundaries called Saturn. The span of this decan is from July 21st till August 1st. When Saturn enters Leo, an urge to control the environment emerges but Saturn in Leo brings both challenges and opportunities.

Five of Wands Tarot Card and Kabbalah

In Kabbalah, all 4 fives belong to the Sefirot of Geburah that means severity or strength. Five of wands is Geburah in Atziluth, the world of pure spirit. This sefirah is ruled by Mars, the planet of war.

Five of Wands as a Person

Five of Wands represent someone who gets triggered easily and who gets into disagreement without sharing the views of the other person. On a positive side, they are not scared of getting into competitions and challenges and proving themselves. They think that they hold a firm ground and they can exert their opinions and views on others.

Five of Wands Card in General Reading

In a general reading, this card represents conflict, argument, competition, disagreement, or not listening to others. It shows that the querent is having disputes with the people around him or her and they are unable to find a solution. Different people in the life of the querent hold different opinions and they are not ready to accept or hear any other viewpoint, instead, they are adamant of imposing their own viewpoint on others. This card indicates a struggle. This card may also represent conflict and chaos inside the querent. There are so many conflicting emotions and the querent is unable to decide what to choose or which thought is right.  It may also represent that the querent has to put more effort into their job at the workplace or in their social lives to make their way.

Five of Wands Tarot Card in a Daily reading

When the Five of Wands Tarot Card appears in a daily reading, get ready to face some chaos, disagreement, or dispute. The day is not going to be easy. Probably today you will need to stand up for yourself to make your way or listen to others to avoid the conflict.

Five of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Reading

When this card appears in a love reading, expect some conflicts with your partners. You will not be listening to each other and won’t be accepting each other’s ideas. There will be a disruption and dispute with the people around you as well that can affect the love life. Probably you need to work with the change instead of standing up against it. If you are single, this card might indicate that you have to go through some competition to reach the person whom you like or probably someone else is fighting for you.

Five of Wands Tarot Card in a Career Reading

In a career reading, this card shows tension, struggle, and clashes at the workplace. There will be a competition among co-workers but without any focus. You might have to stand up for yourself to protect your turf but also listening to others can be a better option in order to avoid conflict.

Five of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading

This card shows a struggle with your health. You are might be putting energies on different areas of your life and neglecting your health. It represents some health-related challenges. Probably you only need to focus on just one point for your well-being instead of spending your energies in many diverse areas of your life.

Five of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

When this card is in a reversed position, the men will lose hold of their wands and they will be ready to talk and listen to each other. Their conflict will be resolved and they will find a solution to their problems through dialogue. This card indicates the resolution of a dispute and acceptance of differences when it is in a reversed position.

In a Love reading, the five of wands tarot card shows compromise, cooperation, and negotiation after some disagreement or fight. Both of you are ready to listen to each other and ready to accept the ideas of each other through discussion instead of going through heated arguments.

In a career reading, this card will show that the tension at the workplace will be released and competition, struggle, and rivalry will be over. Everyone will be peaceful and ready for discussion.

However, this cannot be a very positive card in health reading. It might indicate that you’ve given up after fighting for the illness. Don’t give up and lose hope, instead, seek more medical advice and look for other solutions.

Four of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Four of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

Four of Wands Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Cebration, Wedding, Stability

REVERSED:  Problem within family. Cancelled celebration, disharmony

  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Sefirot: Chesed
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Sefirot: Mercy
  • Astrological Influence: Venus in Aries
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Stones: Amethyst, Sapphire, Lapis Lazuli

Four of Wands is the fourth card in the fiery suit of wands. Number 4 depicts stability, structure, strength, and foundation. The fiery passion that started from the ace of wands has now taken the shape of a perfected work. It is stable and secure.

Four of Wands Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery of the Four of Wands Tarot Card

The image shows 4 firmly erected staves (wands) in the ground that are covered with a garland of flowers, fruits, and grapes. The wands form a square on the ground. Both number 4 and the square are symbols of strength, stability, structure, and a solid foundation. The garland is a symbol of purity, peace, and social recognition while the grapes depict fertility. The garland forms the shape of an arch which is a passageway. There is a castle ahead that depicts grandeur, structure, and solidity. One moves to a more secure future through this passageway. There is a moat in the background with a bridge over it. Moat is a symbol of barrier and defense and a bridge connects two things and also takes you to another side. So here the bridge symbolizes union and also transition. The background of this card is a bright yellow that signifies clarity, energy, and optimism. There is a crowd gathered in the background that depicts some kind of celebration. Two women in robes are holding bouquets of flowers in hands. The robes show social standing while the flowers symbolize happiness and beauty. This is overall a happy and vibrant card of joy and celebration.

Astrology and the Four of Wands

Two of Wands is attributed to the third decan of the fiery sign of Aries where the planet Venus is in Aries. The third decan of Aries starts from 11th April and lasts till 20th April. Venus is the sign of love, sensuality, luxury, art, beauty, and dance. This corresponds to the Empress card in Tarot and when it meets the fiery qualities of the Emperor. Emperor that is ruled by Aries, the union develops a perfect harmony, a balance, and perfection. The golden dawn designers called this card “Lord of Perfected Work”. This card is a perfect depiction of the harmony between masculine and feminine.

Four of Wands and Kabbalah

The Four of Wands belongs to the Sefirot of Chesed (Mercy) in Atziluth. Atziluth is the world of creation and it is at the level of pure spirit. All the 4’s of minor belong to this Sefirot. This sefirah is ruled by Jupiter, the planet of growth, prosperity, and good fortune. Wands belong to the world of Atziluth which is the world of emanation.

Four of Wands as a Person

The Four of Wands tarot card represents such people who are strong and passionate. We have acquired certain stability and structure through their hard work. They hold a good position in society. They are happy and positive and love beauty. They keep their surroundings decorated and beautiful. They have balanced masculine and feminine energies that make their personalities perfectly charming.

Four of Wands Card in General Reading

The Four of Wands Tarot Card is a card of positivity and happiness. Just the first glance at this card fills your heart with an optimistic note. If this card appears in a general reading, it might indicate a wedding, a celebration, an event filled with happiness, security, and the structure of a home and a family. This card shows the transition to a more stable and secures state from an already fine position. This is a happy card so there is nothing to worry about when this card appears in a general reading.

Four of Wands Tarot Card in a Daily reading

When this card appears in a daily reading, it means that this is a day to celebrate and rejoice. You have acquired a certain status with your hard work so mingle with people and enjoy this hard-earned effort. You have stability and beauty around you so relax and enjoy and celebrate this day to the fullest.

Four of Wands Tarot Card in a Love Reading

This is a positive card in a love reading. It shows that your relationship has a stable and secure structure and it can move further to a more secure position. Sometimes this card indicates a wedding as well. It shows the stability, harmony, and happiness that a union can bring. It also depicts happy events within the family.

Four of Wands Tarot Card in a Career Reading

If you get the Four of Wands Tarot card in a career reading, it shows that you have acquired a strong and stable position at your office and your work environment is favorable. This card also shows that the place where you work provides you protection and security and you can move to a better tomorrow. This card also depicts an upcoming office party or a celebration related to some promotion.

Four of Wands Tarot Card in a Health Reading

This is a good card to get in a health reading. This card shows energy and vitality. This card shows a celebration or an event so it can be indicative of pregnancy and birth as well.

Four of Wands Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

When this card will be in a reversed position, the whole structure will be disrupted. The vibrancy of the yellow color will stay there so it will still depict positive energy in work but the canopy of garland will fell down and also the ladies will lose hold of the bouquets. This card in a reversed position might show problems in the family, structure, and stability or some canceled celebrations.

If this card appears in a reversed position in a love reading, it might show delayed or canceled wedding or commitment. It shows a lack of security and stability in the relationship, disharmony, and clashes.

In a career reading this card depicts unfavorable surroundings and lack of structure and stability at your work place.

This is not a positive card in a health reading as well when it appears in a reversed position.

The World Tarot Card Meaning

The World Tarot Card Meaning

The World Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Completion, fulfillment, celebration, harmony

REVERSED: Lack of completion, disharmony

  • Name of the Card: The World
  • Number: 21
  • Other Names: Le Monde, The Universe
  • Element: Earth
  • Kabbalistic Letter: Tau
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Letter: Cross
  • Planet: Saturn
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Animals: Crocodile
  • Stone: Onyx

The world is card number 21 in major arcana. 21 is the number of fulfillment and happiness. 2+1 equals 3, three is the number of creativity, optimism, wisdom, and harmony.

The World Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery and Symbolism of the World Tarot Card

A beautiful maiden is dancing while holding two white wands in her hands. The dance symbolizes happiness, contentment, victory, and abundance. The white wands symbolize spiritual wisdom. These wands also depict the connection between the heavens and earth. She is wearing a long flowing scarf in purple color. This scarf represents courage, survival, and honor. The maiden is enclosed in an oval Laurel wreath. Laurel wreath is a symbol of victory and success. The oval shape represents birth and rebirth. It is also a symbol of fertility. There are four figures in the corner of the card. These are the same 4 figures that we have seen in The Wheel of Fortune card earlier. The angel represents guidance, protection, the element of air and the sign of Aquarius. The Eagle represents vision, power, and element of water and the sign of Scorpio. The Lion represents bravery, vigilance, the element of fire and the sign of Leo. The Bull represents physical power, the element of earth and the sign of Taurus.  The blue sky in the background represents wisdom and confidence.

Astrology and the World Tarot Card

The world card corresponds to the planet of Saturn in astrology. Saturn is the planet of focus, determination, introspection, limitations, structure, and ambition. Saturn represents both the rewards and disadvantages of hard work. In Roman mythology, Saturn is the god of agriculture, civilizations, social order and conformity. Most people experience 3 Saturn cycles in their lifetime. Saturn rules Capricorn, the sign of hardworking people. It rules the tenth house which is about career, social standing, power, prestige, achievement, respect, and position. Saturn is known as the planet of Karma. It brings structure and meaning to the world.

The World and Kabbalah

In Kabbalah, the path of the world card is Tau. Tau means the symbol of the cross. This path connects the Yesod (foundation) to Malkuth (Kingdom). Tau is the last letter of the Hebrew alphabet and the whole world exists between Aleph and Tau. This is the path where the universal plans become apparent without necessarily being understood. This is the point where we start our inner exploration and where we come across our own personal consciousness.

The World as a Person

This card represents people who have a universal understanding. It denotes people who have a deep connection with their spiritual side. People who have spent life with logic, wisdom, power, authority, and vision and have achieved a certain success. These people are happy and experienced. They have command on their passion, thoughts, emotions and physical life. They are achievers who are rejoicing the success and are ready for a new start.

The World Card in General Reading

If this card appears in a general reading, it is a positive omen. This card signifies the successful completion of a cycle of life and the start of a new one. This card shows that you have received an appropriate reward for your effort and you are having a feeling of wholeness and perfection. Your life is in harmony with the universe.

The World Tarot Card in a Daily reading

If you get this card in a daily reading, it means that this is a day to celebrate and rejoice some recent accomplishments. You are in connection with all elements of your personality and in harmony with the universe. This is a good day to shine and enjoy the bounties of life.

The World Tarot Card in a Love Reading

This is a card that shows fulfillment and rejoicing, so getting this card in a Love reading is a positive sign. This card shows that you and your partner have accomplished a relationship goal and now moving to a new start. This is a positive card for marriage and starting a family. This is also a positive card for single people as it shows the beginning of a new chapter in their lives.

The World Tarot Card in a Career Reading

The World card in a career reading shows that you are getting the reward for your hard work. You have it all that it takes to fulfill the demands of your job and you are doing your work with happiness. This is a positive card if you are looking for a promotion.

The World Tarot Card in a Health Reading

This is a positive card to get in a health reading. This shows that you have worked hard to fix your health issues and now it is time to enjoy health, happiness, and recovery. This shows that all organs in your body and all hormones are working in perfect harmony.

The World Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

 When the world card is in a reversed position, the maiden will lose her balance and her wands will fall down. Her scarf of courage will no longer wrap her body. The angel, eagle, lion, and the bull will not have a strong influence when they are upside down. This is not a positive card when it is reversed. It shows a lack of vision, lack of courage, irresponsibility, and lack of power.

In a love reading, this card in a reversed position shows that you are not using your abilities to strengthen the relationship. You have a lack of focus and you have lost the inner equilibrium. You are having boundaries and restrictions which are not making you happy. You need to get that balance back to make the relationship work.

In a career reading, this card might mean that you are facing restrictions and challenges that are stopping you from growth but besides that, you are not using your intellect, wisdom and other gifts to get the rewards. You need to overcome this blockade to come to the top.

In a health reading, this is not a positive card as well. This shows that your health is not in complete harmony and you need to take care of it to enjoy life again.   

Judgment (Judgement) Tarot Card Meaning

Judgment (Judgement) Tarot Card Meaning

Judgment Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Judgement, rebirth, awakening

REVERSED: Confusion, self-doubt, not learning from past

  • Name of the Card: Judgement
  • Number: 20
  • Other Names: The Last Judgement, Le Judgement
  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Letter: Shin
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Letter: Tooth
  • Planet: Pluto
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Animals: Lion
  • Stone: Fire-Opal

Judgment is card number 20 in major Arcana. 20 is a number of transformations, good fortune, and positivity. 2+0 reduces to 2, which is associated with balance, harmony, and love.

Judgment (Judgement) Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery and Symbolism of the Judgement Tarot Card

An angel is blowing a trumpet and naked people are rising from the coffins. The angel is actually Archangel Michael. Michael is the Archangel of safety, security, harmony, clarity and moving forward. Archangel Michael represents the element of fire. Michael specializes in helping with truth and courage. Red wings of the angel show wise service. The blue shirt of the angel and the blue sky show wisdom and confidence. A white and red flag is attached to the trumpet; the white color symbolizes peace and the red cross symbolizes protection and neutrality. It also represents the connection between heaven and earth, another interpretation is that it represents four rivers of paradise. There are mountain peaks in the back that show the past. The figures rising from the coffin symbolize rebirth. They are naked as they have nothing to hide and they do not care about their physique. They now care about their spiritual side of personality. There are 2 men, 2 women and 2 children in the card, they have raised and stretched arms as if they are accepting higher knowledge. Their grey bodies show neutrality, that they are ready to accept change.

Astrology and Judgment

In astrology, the Judgment card corresponds to the planet, Pluto. In Greek mythology, Pluto was the god of the underworld and also the god of wealth because diamonds and other jewels come from underground. Pluto rules death and afterlife, fear, transformations, disasters, power, rebirth, sex, wealth reinvention, regeneration, occultism and major disasters. Pluto rules Scorpio and the 8th house.

Judgment and Kabbalah

In Kabbalah, the path of Judgement is called Shin. This path connects Hod (Splendor) and Malkuth (kingdom) and this is the completion of the pillar of severity. Shin means tooth. The Judgement is the process in which the personality is going through the process of being conscious of its mechanism.

Judgment as a Person

Judgment card denotes someone who has gone through some major transformation or life-changing event. They had a wakeup call that made them look at the real purpose of life and they are no more concerned about material and worldly stuff. They are open and honest and ready to adapt to a new course of life. These people have faced hardships and challenges in the past and learned from their mistakes. This card also represents people who judge others very harshly or who have been through some bitter judgment by others.

Judgment Card in General Reading

If this card appears in a general reading, it means that you should have a wakeup call and reevaluate your plans. This is a card of spiritual awakening. This card shows that it is time to understand reality and make your decisions based on that. This card also indicates an important announcement that will influence your life. This is a card of reward based on your actions. Whatever thing that was holding you back is now coming to an end.  This card shows that you are ready to embrace the knowledge and wisdom that is offered to you.

Judgment Tarot Card in a Daily reading

Today someone maybe judged you harshly but just be yourself as you have nothing to hide. This is a good day to change, transform as now you have a clear evaluation of the reality and the situation. This card shows that you have come a long way from the difficulties and obstacles and now you are ready to take a fresh start.

Judgment Tarot Card in a Love Reading

This card in love ready might show that you and your partner are open to each other and you no longer care about the illusion of the outer world. Your relationship is taking a new start after having a temporary ending. You need to listen to your inner calling and evaluate your actions. This card might also show judging the other person or being judged by the other person.

Judgment Tarot Card in a Career Reading

In a career reading, this card represents that you are being judged and evaluated for your performance. This card might also show that you have learned to tackle the things at work under a new light and you are ready to change and adapt to new things. Someone told you to just wake up and you have listened to them.

Judgment Tarot Card in a Health Reading

In a health reading, this card represents going through an examination and getting to know about your illness. It also shows a time of good health and renewed energies after being sick.

Judgment Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

 When the Judgment card is in a reversed position, the awakening call from the trumpet will be subdued. The wings of the angel that provide wise counseling will lose their power. The coffins will fall on the people and they won’t be free anymore.

In a reversed position this card indicates a lack of wisdom, not learning from the past, not having the wakeup call and resultantly having self-doubts and lack of self-awareness.

If the judgment card appears in a reversed position in a love reading, it might indicate that you are stuck in a bad position and you are having confusions. You are not connected to your inner calling and do not know how to proceed. You have made some poor judgment and now you are really unsure.

If you have this card in a reversed position in a career reading, it will show that you are hesitant to move on and not ready to take any initiative. It might also show that some evaluation done recently has gone against you.

In a health reading, the reversed judgment card shows confusion about health and requisite treatment. You are bound as you are not sure which path to follow. You need to have that clarity and acceptance to make learned decisions about your health.

The Sun Tarot Card Meaning

The Sun Tarot Card Meaning

The Sun Tarot Card Meaning Keywords

UPRIGHT: Success, optimism, vitality

REVERSED: inertia, inaction, delays, sadness

  • Name of the Card: The Sun
  • Number: 19
  • Other Names: Le Soleil
  • Element: Fire
  • Kabbalistic Letter: Resh
  • Meaning of the Kabbalistic Letter: Head
  • Sign: Sun
  • Yes/No key interpretations: Yes
  • Animals: Lion, sparrow hawk, leopard
  • Stone: Crysolith

The Sun is the 19th number card in major arcana. 19 is the number of ‘Surrender’. 1+9 makes ten which is the number of completion and ten further reduces to one which is the number of a new beginning and a fresh start.

The Sun Tarot Card Meaning

The Imagery and Symbolism of the Sun Tarot Card

A naked child is sitting on a white horse. The child is a symbol of purity and innocence and also symbolizes that there is nothing to hide. This is a symbol of Apollo. Apollo is the Olympian god of the sun, music, poetry, healing, knowledge, beauty, archery, and agriculture. The child is holding a big piece of cloth that looks like a banner. This is a sign of love, passion, freedom, and happiness. The child has golden hair and wearing a floral wreath with a red feather on it. The golden hair symbolizes wisdom and enlightenment, flowers represent beauty and red feather represents life and vitality and also gentleness. There is a wall behind the child that show the boundaries and restriction that is left behind. There are four sunflowers behind the wall. Sunflowers are a symbol of loyalty and longevity and these four flowers represent 4 suits of Minor Arcana. Bright sun is illuminating with full force and has bright sun rays around it. Sun is a symbol of life, warmth, splendor, success, health, and vitality. The sun rays show the illumination and strength of the sun. Overall this is a very bright and vibrant card with vivid colors and happy imagery.

Astrology and the Sun Tarot Card

The Sun tarot card corresponds to the Sol or the Sun in Astrology. The Sun is majestic and it has masculine powers. It represents our conscious mind. The sun represents our ego, self-esteem, determination, strength, passion, ambition and purpose. This is associated with our fame, public acclamation, and recognition. The Sun shows our basic character and self-realization.

The Sun and Kabbalah

In Kabbalistic Tree of life, the path of the Sun is called Resh. This path is the highest level of human intellect.  The Hebrew word Resh means the head that shows its connection with the intellect. This path connects Hod (Beauty, Splendor) to Yesod (Foundation). This path deals with the inner sun that is the light from within and physical sun that has to do with the physical world. This is the path where the nature of the relationship between mind and body begins to become clear and where we understand the limitations of the intellect.

The Sun Tarot Card as a Person

The Sun tarot card as a person would be someone who is happy, confident, positive, bright and cheerful. These are the people who love to enjoy life to the fullest and become the center of attention no matter what they do. These people like challenges and change and love to explore new things. The Sun people have nothing to hide; they are happy and carefree within their innocence. These people have an inner beauty that reflects outside and these are gentle, carefree and optimistic.

The Sun Card in General Reading

This is a very positive tarot card to get in a general reading. This card gives an assurance that the situation is going to get better and you should stay optimistic. This card shows that happiness, a fresh change, and abundance is coming your way and you should enjoy life with health, cheerfulness, and vitality. This is a card of enlightenment that emphasizes the need for gentleness and simplicity while being the center of attention. This is a card of fame and fortune both.

The Sun Tarot Card in a Daily reading

If you get this card in a daily reading then it is might be a simple indicator of spending a day outdoors in the sunlight. If the day is not that sunny then your life is sunny for sure. You should look around and look at the joys, blessings, and warmth that life has to offer you. Today will be a positive day and things will turn out in your favor. This card brings bright hopes for today and for the future.

The Sun Tarot Card in a Love Reading

This is a positive card of happiness to get in a Love reading. This card indicates that your relationship is flourishing and love, passion, and loyalty are increasing in it. You have moved from one stage of happiness to another stage of affection. You are having fun, bliss, happiness, and delight in your love life. This is a promising card for more happy days to come.

The Sun Tarot Card in a Career Reading

This is a positive card to get in a career reading. This card shows that you will get acknowledgment and recognition for your work. You will not only enjoy your work life but you will do it with passion, energy, and vitality. If you are going to have a job interview or waiting for a promotion, the sun card is definitely a positive card to get.

The Sun Tarot Card in a Health Reading

This is a card of health, vigor, and vitality. This card shows that you are enjoying good health and even if you faced any problem or challenge now it is time to be healthy and strong. You will be satisfied and content even in terms of mental health.

The Sun Reversed Tarot Card Meaning

 When the Sun tarot card is in a reversed position, the sunflowers will stop growing, the sun will start setting instead of rising and the child and the horse will stop moving. In a reversed position this card shows inertia, inaction, delays, and sadness. This card in a reversed position shows a lack of optimism and confidence and it shows self-doubts. This card also shows problems with your children and the difficulties they might be facing.

If you get the reversed sun card in a love reading, it might mean that your relationship is not growing the way it should be. You or your partner are losing fondness for each other and things are static and boring. It is time to bring the passion back to the relationship to make it grow some more.

If you get the reversed sun tarot card in a career reading, it might show a lack of growth in career and money. It shows obstacles and challenges in moving forward at work. You should bring the inner sun of passion outside to shine again at the workplace.

This card in a health reading might indicate neglect of health or lack of care. You need to focus on your wellbeing and health. This card also might indicate some issues with the health of your children. You should get the needed medical examination done.