The Lovers Tarot Card

Published: 08/09/20 8:35 PM EDT

Lovers Tarot Card Meaning  The male and female in the meadow are naked but have no shame in this. The angel who towers above them wears purple, the color of royalty and high spirituality. The sun is present behind the angel, beaming as if to warm the naked lovers. The angel’s hair has streaks of red, almost representing fire and passion. The female lover is on the left, close to a fruit tree. The snake wrapped around the tree is a symbolizes the story of Adam and Eve and temptation. The woman is looking up to the angel, her arms open appearing prepared for an embrace. On the contrary, the man is stood next to a tree with fire replacing fruit. This fire implies passion or even the burning bush that God communicates to Moses through. The man seems eager to embrace the woman, looking at her with his arms…

Chariot

Published: 08/09/20 8:35 PM EDT

Chariot Tarot Card Meaning The Chariot carries a strong, determined man with a brawny chin and orange hair. His blue, gold and black armor represent the colors of spirituality, triumph and seriousness. He also wears a black tunic full of alchemical symbols. There is a moon on each of his shoulders. One is happy, while the other looks angry. On his head, he wears a crown with a six-pointed star. Like the Magician, he has a baton in his right hand. The cloth covered with stars implies that the man is thinking of higher things. The man travels alone in his chariot, from a castle in the background, through the woods and over a river. He is only accompanied by a black sphinx and a white sphinx. It is only the force of his will that moves this man. Spiritual wisdom is guiding the Chariot forward with the aid of…

The Hermit Tarot Card

Published: 08/09/20 8:35 PM EDT

Hermit Tarot Card Meaning The Hermit has a long grey beard but doesn’t appear to be old. He looks down towards the snowy mountain he is stood upon. The atmosphere is cold, but the sky is semi-dark, his grey robe almost blending in, his ego disappearing. He has a golden wand in his left hand and a lantern in his right. He is facing west, leading to mystery and retreat. Inside his lantern, there is a six-pointed star. This star is not to light his path but instead to brighten the path of others. The Hermit’s head is bowed down, perhaps in prayer, perhaps in contemplation. The Hermit has gained spiritual enlightenment, represented by the twilight sky. His white hair and beard and the snow underfoot is a symbol of wisdom, a sign that he has become innocent once again. The cloak of gray shows that he now comprehends the…

Strength

Published: 08/09/20 8:34 PM EDT

Strength Tarot Card Meaning There is a woman bent over giving affection to a lion. The lion looks up at her as she strokes its head and under its chin. It may fear the woman as its tail is between its legs, suggesting submission. They are in the countryside with trees behind and in the background, the peak of a blue mountain protrudes on the west. The sky is golden. Strength is full of powerful imagery, despite its simplicity. The white robe of the woman is wrapped with red roses, the symbol of magic. She has an infinity symbol above her head. The lion, the king of the jungle, represents danger because it is wild and at the top of the hierarchy. Furthermore, the long mane points to a male lion, the leader of the pride. The woman is neither strong nor protected. She has no armor or weapons. She…

Temperance

Published: 08/09/20 8:34 PM EDT

Temperance Tarot Card Meaning You might not expect this card to follow Death considering its pleasant imagery. Temperance appears angel-like, dressed in a white robe representing purity and with large red wings of passion, the color of life. One foot is in contact with the ground while the other dipped in the sea of water in front of her. The grounded left foot is a sign of our practical side, whereas her toes in the water are a sign of our emotions. The triangle on her chest is a sign of balance and on her forehead, a circle symbolizing harmony. She is pouring water from one golden cup into another, but which direction does the water flow? The path to the right of Temperance heads to the mountains towards the rising sun. In this position, we see the perfect connection between mere humans and the gods. If you receive the…

Judgement

Published: 08/09/20 8:34 PM EDT

Judgement Tarot Card Meaning There is no doubt about the symbolism with this card. Men, women, and children all stand in open graves with their arms and their faces pointing up to the angel, Judgement. Their skin is ashen-gray, the color that represents death, stillness, and even patience. They have golden hair. Despite the possibility of being dead, they are still wise. They are all naked, all equal. Who they were in their past is of no relevance now. The mountain, ocean, and people all rise to Judgement, who cannot be stopped, or foiled. Judgement’s hair is also golden, meaning he is wise. He has red (the color of magic) and purple (the color of spirituality) wings. He wears a cloak of blue, showing his calm and clarity. He appears on a cloud, blowing a trumpet to those below, his sounds ring out for a new era. From his trumpet…

Darkest Tarot Cards and their predictions

Published: 08/09/20 2:50 PM EDT

What are the darkest Tarot Cards and what do they predict? The Tarot is a deck of cards originating in the mid-15th century in European countries. Initially, the deck was used for playing purposes, but in the late 18th century, people started using Tarot cards for occult practices. Tarot card reading has been extremely popular since then. Even in the 21st century, people refer to Tarot readers to not only learn more about their future and fate but also gain insight into how to deal with major crossroads in life. Every single card in the Tarot deck has a unique meaning. Besides, the implications of Tarot cards are also dependent on whether they end up being in an upright or reversed orientation after spreading the cards. Tarot readers also consider the meanings of adjacent cards to derive accurate and reliable readings. Similarly to any type of divinatory technique, Tarot card…

What Are the Best Tarot Cards for Love and Romance?

Published: 08/09/20 2:39 PM EDT

Originating in the mid-15th century in various European countries, the Tarot was originally a typical deck of playing cards. Later in the 18th century, the purpose of the Tarot deck was changed and people started using Tarot readings for divination and fortune-telling. Tarot card reading has been an important tool for finding solutions to various issues concerning different aspects of life. Depending on the type and context of a specific question, a Tarot reader spreads cards and interprets the meanings of individual cards accordingly. Although Tarot cards have already-assigned definitions, they might not carry the same meaning while spreading the cards for two different people. Without any doubt, the most frequently asked questions during Tarot card reading sessions are concerning love life and romantic relationships. Therefore, I decided to share some of the best Tarot cards that reflect divine love, harmony, and strong romantic connections.   The Best Tarot Cards…

Ace of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:30 PM EDT

The Ace of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth, tangible objects, practicality This is a very welcoming card, an invitation to paradise and a place of security. It is not quite in front of the person, but they will soon reach it with a short walk if they are willing to make the effort. A giant hand comes out of heaven, offering light to help them on their way, but not to do all of the work. In the palm of the giant hand, there is one enormous gold coin, which is why this suit is sometimes called the Coins. On the face of the coin, there is a pentacle. It looks just like the sun high up in the sky. The pentacle is a five-pointed star. All of the lines are connected to represent the equilibrium between the elements and the spirit. The hand doesn’t hold…

Two of Pentacles

Published: 08/08/20 10:30 PM EDT

Two of Pentacles Tarot Card Meaning Element: Earth Function: Belongings, wealth tangible objects, practicality The Two of Pentacles show strong connections to life and magic. There is a man wearing a tall red hat, representing passion and magic. His hat may look silly, but he doesn’t seem concerned. His clothes are red and orange, another symbol of passion, but also of enthusiasm and youth. The has two pentacles, one is balanced in each hand but also a green rope in the infinity loop. The green represents life. He is slightly balancing himself on one foot in order not to let the pentacles fall. He is trying to keep order, despite the lack of order behind him. In the background, we can see an ocean with rough waves. There are ships riding the high rolling waves. The man isn’t concerned about how they are being thrown around on the waves, perhaps…