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The Sun Tarot Card

Judgement Tarot Card
What does the Judgement Tarot Card mean?
  • By Gemma Irias
  • Published: 08/07/20 1:50 AM EDT
  • Updated: 11/09/20 6:21 PM EST
What does the Judgement Tarot Card mean?

Sun Tarot Card Meaning

The Sun is a very good card to receive. It sits high in the sky, large and bright with rays extended wide. Its facial expression is composed while looking down over a young child. This child rides a white stallion, his hair is decorated with a ring of flowers. Behind the boy, there is a white wall.

The child is full of glee, he has overcome the challenges of the wall and now he is safe from the dangers and experiences on the other side. The child is not that young, but he is an image of rebirth, a second opportunity at life.

The feather in the child’s hair is a sign that he has completed a stage in his life. He is naked and doesn’t feel the necessity to hide this. He is balanced on his horse, not holding onto the mane that could offer support.

In his left hand, he holds high a long orange banner. He has succeeded in beating the limitations of body and the limitations of the mind.  He has gained the confidence and positivity of a man and is now ready for action.

The sunflowers that are growing in the background are facing the boy, rather than the traditional direction of the sun. The child radiates purity, life and the euphoria of the sun. There are four sunflowers, each one a sign of the minor arcana suits, the wands, pentacles, cups, and swords.

If you draw the Sun in a reading, it indicates success. Your triumph was a challenge that was hard-earned but now you can rid the weight of what you were carrying and leave your problems behind as you start fresh on your new journey.

Life is exceptionally good, but you deserve this. You have worked hard for your joy and plenty. The wealth you are experiencing could be in terms of health, wealth, or even fertility. This card might be a sign of a child coming into your life whether biological or adopted.

When Reversed:

Reversed, the Sun could suggest the exact opposite. That you have had lots of confidence but now you have decided to revert to being naïve. Perhaps you aren’t able to believe in a good thing when you see it.

If you are enjoying a period of high self-esteem, don’t forget that nothing lasts forever. This card might be suggesting that you need to buckle down and find your maturity. On the contrary, if you can’t see all that is good in the world, the beauty of life will slip past you and you could end up with a dark cloud hanging over you.

It is also possible that you don’t have enough confidence but there is no need for this. You might be scared of trying something new or following your dreams. You shouldn’t fear this. It is more than likely that you are good at what you do, and you just need to take the next step into the world.


You have been through a situation that required you to overcome some important challenges. You have a moment of great self-esteem, positivity, and abundance. These things have given you a new perspective and you are keen to take on the world.


This is a time filled with confidence and you have earned this. You are succeeding in many areas and enjoying the benefits of your triumph. You are feeling optimistic and full of hope for your future.


You will be faced with obstacles, but you will overcome them, and they will soon be in your past. Your triumph will be amazing, and you will be able to relax as you enjoy the sunshine on your face.

Yes/No Question:

The Sun means the answer will be yes.

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