One of the most mysterious and magical aspects is the reading of Tarot cards. Tarot cards date back to ancient times and to magical and also dark traditions. Not everyone is able to read Tarot cards because of their great difficulty and delicacy.
The Tarot deck: discover all the Tarot cards, the meaning of each Tarot card and how to read your destiny.
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I. The Magician
This card symbolizes power and control. A unique self-determination and self-belief. It can also be interpreted as a possible future deception. The Magician is a very powerful card and is very interesting if it chooses you during the Tarot spread.
II. The High Priestess
The high priestess represents women around the world and the symbolism around them: femininity, wisdom and intuition.
III. The Empress
The Empress card symbolizes the cycle of life, birth and fertility, it is usually a symbol of future births and babies. It is usually a card shown to women, which forecasts pregnancies.
IV. The Emperor
The emperor, unlike the empress, symbolizes masculinity and power, and can even symbolize an abuse of power or a hidden weakness.
V. The Priest
The Priest signifies the need for faith and spirituality in people's lives: kindness, forgiveness and humility in order to live in peace.
VI. The Lovers
The Lovers Tarot card refers to a change in your love life, either the appearance of the love of your life, or a drastic change in your current relationship.
VII. The Cart
The Chariot refers to the burdens that you face or will have to face during your life: fears, phobias that you must face in order to lighten the trajectory of your life.
VIII. The Force
The strength refers to your inner state, your feelings and abilities that define you, it shows us the infinite capabilities that each person has inside.
IX. The Hermit
In Tarot, the Hermit represents loneliness and frustration, as well as, it can be a symbol of suspicion and reflection. This card helps people who have it to open their eyes and get out of bad times.
X. The wheel of fortune
The wheel of fortune indicates a changing destiny in your life, to know the trajectory of this destiny, you will have to observe the cards around the wheel of fortune.
Justice symbolizes balance, a full and peaceful life. As well as, a justice that comes on the way for the problems that were left open.
XII. The Hanged Man
The hanged man symbolizes the need for sacrifice in your life to achieve a goal. It encourages you to reevaluate your current life and what you need to do to reach your goals, there is nothing easy in life!
Death does not refer to what we all think at first, but symbolizes a change in your life over which you have no control, mostly a negative change.
Temperance suggests self-control, a conservative character and moderation. It is a card that encourages us to relax and think before we act in order to improve our life and decisions.
XV. The Devil
The devil can have different meanings: an addiction, bad influences around you, a need to let go or a need to have more fun and bring out our inner devil.
XVI. The Tower
The Tower is a card that, in one way or another, suggests very unexpected changes in our lives, which can be positive or negative.
XVII. The Star
Rejuvenation and opportunities come from the hand of the Tarot Star card, it is a card that will illuminate our path and it is left over, a little, the meaning of the star that followed the portal of Bethlehem, being a guide card.
XVIII. The Moon
The Moon signifies caution and warning for possible deceptions that can be made, a mysterious card that brings infidelities on the part of the people around us.
XIX. The Sun
The Sun is a very positive card as it indicates satisfaction and fullness of life. The Sun Tarot card will give us warmth and family moments.
XX. The Judgment
The Sentence symbolizes a need to rethink our lives and our ideas in order to improve our inner selves.
XXI. The World
The World indicates an end of a cycle of our life, an end point in a chapter, but it should be noted that although it is the end of a stage, it also indicates the beginning of a new one.
XXII. The Fool
The Madman suggests us to lose our heads, to throw ourselves without thinking and to start a great adventure, it is a bit similar to the Devil card, but this one suggests more adventures and madness, while the devil brings out our inner child a little bit.
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