Tarot cards can be based on love, health, wealth, career, marriage and other different needs for divination. The old Tarot cards were unnumbered, but later they became numbered 1-21, leaving the “crazy” card unnumbered, or numbered 0. Let’s see what are they and what they represent.
- THE FOOL
This is the first card in a tarot deck and is also the starting point. A fool’s attitude to life is free and adventurous. Fools strive for the present with an ideal in mind. The fool in reverse represents someone who avoids problems and responsibilities, who is stubborn, and overly dependent on the opinions of others.
- THE MAGICIAN
Magicians get the gift of creativity and infinite possibilities. It means it’s time to start something new. Reverse magic represents unrealistic behavior, lack of purpose, mental, and emotional confusion.
- THE HIGH PRIESTESS
It represents the beginning of an idea, but it also suggests trusting your intuition and exploring your heart. The inversion means that you ignore your intuition and inner feelings and are influenced by pure reason.
- THE EMPRESS
It represents abundant harvest and love, which means the realization of a plan or entering a new stage. It also represents family harmony. The opposite represents difficulties in the family or relationship and is too rational to express the emotional one.
- THE EMPEROR
The emperor represents the father, the law, the stability of life and can also refer to meeting someone older and more powerful than you. It also represents self-discipline and success through hard work. The opposite part represents a lack of self-discipline and withdrawal.
- THE HIEROPHANT
It implies that you are submissive to someone or a group of people who act in accordance with the expectations of others. The inversion represents a new form of thought. The retreat of old ideas.
- THE LOVERS
L is for love. The formation of a new relationship. It can also be used to determine whether a relationship should turn into a breakthrough. The opposite represents avoiding responsibility and commitment, daydreaming, or the end of a relationship.
- THE CHARIOT
It represents success through persistence, but also means that you are rational to fate, adhere to resist the old tradition. The representatives of the inversion are blocked by pent-up emotions and need innovation to break through the old traditions.
- THE STRENGH
It’s a symbol of inner strength to face any difficulties. Contraries represent avoidance of inner desires and fears, passive resistance.
- THE HERMIT
It suggests a period of introspection, symbolizing inner exploration, spiritual guidance, or help from others. The opposite represents loneliness. Go back to the power card to find inner strength.
- WHEEL OF FORTUNE
This is the symbol of change; the symbol of a successful inversion is also change, but in the face of difficulties. You should return to find the answer on the hermit’s card.
It represents results, honesty, and responsibility. It also means successfully dealing with a difficult problem. The opposing representatives are mutually responsible for endless disputes or lawsuits.
- HANGED MAN
It represents obedience to circumstances, waiting quietly for fate or a time of reflection. The opposing representative is constrained but desperately wants to be free.
It represents change, the end of a phase; try to embrace it and welcome a new phase. The inverse represents fear of change and may also resist it.
It represents travel, teaching. It also represents parallelism, including the integration of reality and the unconscious, and the reconciliation of sensibility and rationality. The opposite of abstinence is the over-indulgence of desire, money, material goods, and lack of purpose.
- THE DEVIL
It represents ambition dominating the mind. Indulge in material enjoyment, lack of spiritual support. The representative of inversion is looking for a new way to break the shackles.
- THE TOWER
It represents a mutation, suggesting that a structural pattern cannot continue to exist and needs to be changed. The inversion means that you resist the change but there’s nothing you can do.
- THE STAR
It represents faith, hope and peace, peace after change, freedom to find oneself, and a true future. The inverse represents emptiness, loneliness, and loss of confidence.
- THE MOON
It suggests facing fear and is preventing you from doing something. The representatives of the inversion are beginning to show that there is an inner fear or unresolved problem. Find the power of the stars to overcome it.
- THE SUN
It represents joy, peace, happiness, and creativity. There is liberation and freedom. The representative of the inverse still has a fear that generates unease.
It represents clear judgment and knowing yourself. The opposing representatives fill the void in the heart in a negative way, ignoring the call of the heart.
- THE WORLD
It symbolizes the establishment of a new era of permanence and success. The inverse represents an ambiguous judgment and a lack of opportunity.
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