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In the beginning, there was a void and darkness in the unknown. Out of the void came a spark of life, one that would lead to creation. Death is a symbol of new beginnings. You see, the soul doesn’t stop when the body dies. It is a spark of Life that is eternal and connected to the Divine.

After the breaking of bread, there was the breaking of the body. It was a life that we were eating – and from life comes more energy. What is left can only be changed, but the energy left after the meal can only be used up. Like bread, time and energy are available for a short ride, then they must be used.

In the Death tarot card, there is both the beginning and the end. It’s as if the world stops, and everything becomes static. There is no life, and one is unable even to change position. Things that are dead must go to the underworld so that the living can continue.

In my mind, there is much more to this card than just the ‘death’ of something.

The Hanged Man is one of the most misunderstood Major Arcana cards of the Tarot deck. The story of the Magician has us believing that the Hanged Man is an indication of bad luck and/or a magician who might be a charmer at the time of performing tricks but is not to be trusted. The Hanged Man, however, is more about timing than it is about illusion.

Like The Magician, the Hanged Man does represent change and transformation but in a different, much more subtle way than the Magician. When the Hanged Man is upright, it suggests that a pause is necessary so you can think about what you have done and how you are going to go forward. It asks you to be still because sometimes we need some time to reflect on ourselves and our circumstances to gain a better understanding of ourselves and what we can do to improve our lives.

Justice is about karma and karmic law, or what happens as a result of our thoughts and intentions. When it comes to tarot, Justice is the key card in the deck and a symbol for the Justice of The World.

In the upright position, Justice symbolizes the balance between right and wrong.

When Justice is represented in a reading, it means that any transgressions or wrongdoings from the past will be accounted for and dealt with. A balance will be struck for any wrong done to you in a previous life or one from this lifetime. Even if you may have hurt or harmed someone or something, know that if you are willing to learn, it is in your best interest to not go this route again.

Justice is also about the truth of the matter. People will be held accountable for their deeds and actions – but we must also be true to ourselves and our souls. The person that has suffered the repercussions of another’s misdeed will be compensated financially as well as emotionally and spiritually. Be assured that justice will be served.

When The Wheel of fortune card appears upright in a tarot reading, it gives the sign of change and fortune, and the changes will be in your best interest. If you have been struggling with a situation, the Wheel of Fortune promises that things will change soon, and you’ll find the relief. This relief will be because of the effort that you have put into making that change happen. You have been struggling with a situation, and you’ve been in it for a long time, which has given you a chance to analyze every aspect of it. This has helped you to find ways that you can change the situation and get yourself out of it.

The Wheel of Fortune indicates fortune. The appearance of this card predicts that your life is about to change for the better. The changes that are coming your way are not going to be the kind that make you unhappy, but instead, it’s going to bring you joy and happiness. This change is not going to go as you think. Some things will be surprising, for instance, you might find that your desired dream job is just around the corner.

The Hermit is often associated with the personification of the soul. Now is your time to tune into your Higher Self once more and reconnect to his guidance and inner wisdom so that you may once again hear what he has to offer.

The Hermit card is often about discovering who you are and the depth of the answers hidden within you. As you venture deeper into your own personal journey, it is inevitable that you will experience a significant loss to the parts of yourself and your life that you had built and loved. As a result of this, you may feel alone, abandoned, and cut off from the outside world. Now is the time to focus all of your attention on your soul’s journey.

The Strength tarot card is ruled by Leo and also by the ruler of the zodiac, the lion. Leo is like the sun, and just like the sun, Leo brings life to all signs and planets.

A strength card in a reading indicates that you have the inner resources to overcome any situation. You are strong, yet still vulnerable. You can find yourself in situations where you are faced with intense emotions, and you have to know that this energy is not only from you but also from something that is beyond you. The emotional responses are a sign of a higher order, and you will do fine. You have to be aware of the situation, your environment, and your emotions and know how to work with them to create balance and harmony.

A Strength card often shows up in a reading when you are finding your inner strength to overcome difficult situations in your life.

Love and relationships are a huge part of life. When the Lovers tarot card appears in the reading, we are talking about romantic connection. This might take many forms, a partnership, a friendship, or a family tie. The Lovers is a very positive tarot card that encourages us to move forward with our authentic self as we move into a fulfilling future.

Gemini is the Air sign, and is associated with intuition, quick wit, and imagination. The Lovers tarot card speaks of choice, and the choices you make are determined by your intuition. The choices you make now will set the stage for what is to come.

At times, we can struggle with what it means to be in love. We long for something more, to feel something that transcends the heart itself. While the concept of love is human, it does not actually define us, and it cannot be the foundation of all our experiences.

When the Chariot appears in your life, you find yourself in the driver’s seat. You have control over most of the elements of your life, and through your willpower, strength and courage, you have everything under control. Other cards in the spread may throw some curveballs your way, but the Chariot assures you that you will overcome any obstacles that come your way. You have a clear course in mind, and you are ready to take action right away.

The Chariot may indicate that you’re experiencing a period of control and authority. You might find yourself in an important position at work or school and are feeling a deep sense of confidence and determination. The power and force of your will give you the strength to push through the obstacles in your way. You could even feel compelled to take a stand for yourself and others. You know exactly what you want, and you have the courage to make sure your dream comes true. You are a leader, but instead of leading a group, you are leading yourself and taking charge of your own destiny.

The Hierophant is the card of tradition, of the structure one has grown up in, of the rules one has learned. Many symbols related to the Hierophant appear throughout the Tarot deck, and some of them are the pillars of traditional systems. There are institutions that rely on faith in religion, the role of government in the community, the importance of education and how we deal internally and our interactions with others. All these traditions are to benefit the people as a whole. This card emphasizes the importance of these established systems to our community and its future.

On the other hand, the Hierophant can also represent the negative impact of tradition, especially when it stands for the ruling class. There can be resistance to new ideas, new ways of thinking, and a lack of adaptability in the process. Moreover, there can be a fear of change, especially when it comes from the outside.

If The Hierophant Major Arcana card shows up in your reading, it could be a sign that you are living by traditional rules from your environment and may feel restricted in your life choices.

The Emperor tarot card is all about authority, logic, law, and structure. The Emperor signifies the masculine, the disciplined, the practical, and the organized. The Emperor is about being the creator of stability and security, and at the same time being in control. This is a very powerful card. As the Emperor tarot card is also about leadership, being able to organize people and giving direction and a strong will, you are in control in every situation. You are both the initiator and the leader. This card also represents the father figure – do you have the feeling to be under his protection?

The Emperor tarot card represents the type of rules, laws, and regulations that you feel you need to be comfortable with. You probably think that you need to be protected from any kind of conflict. This is the kind of energy we are surrounded by all the time. We usually act with a kind of discipline. We are very in tune with what is expected of us. This gives us a certain sense of security.

In tarot, the High Priestess tarot card represents the subconscious mind, intuition, and mysteries. It speaks for an inner being and guides you to your higher wisdom, soul knowledge, and psychic gifts. The High Priestess reminds you to honor your inner soul self, in addition to exploring its messages and the knowledge it can bestow.

The High Priestess tarot card indicates you are on the verge of enlightenment and a deeper understanding and awareness of your true nature. She is a symbol of intuition and reveals the soul within. You may feel more intuitive than usual right now, allowing you to tune into your subconscious mind and trust your psychic gifts. You may also be having psychic dreams and seeing visions of the future. You are connecting with your Higher Self and higher intelligence.

The High Priestess is the opposite of the Magician card, which represents the conscious mind and rational thought. Connect with your Higher Self now and trust your intuition. The intuitive side of you is leading the way toward your full potential. Learn to be in the flow of things and to see the bigger picture.

The Empress tarot card is the mother archetype, the divine nurturer of the querent. This card represents the divine feminine in a woman and the balance and wholeness that comes from receiving and giving of love. When this card appears in a reading, harmony, grace, and beauty are the main themes.

The Magician represents the purest form of manifestation. He is the source of all creation. This is the tarot card that links the conscious and the subconscious, the will and the soul, and the mind and the heart.

The Magician tarot card is connected to the planet Mercury – the planet of communication, knowledge, and magic. Mercury is connected to the element of Air. Air is the element of spirit and is represented by the eagle. The eagle is the symbol of the messenger of the heavens. Hermes was the messenger of the gods. Air is both the element of spirit and intellect.

You can see the world with new eyes and communicate with the subconscious mind. You can manifest your dreams. You make things happen when the Magician appears in a reading. You attract more of what you want by being more of who you are. Your life attracts more like you.

A new beginning, a new opportunity, a chance to dream. The Fool is the first of the Major Arcana cards and thus represents new beginnings, opportunities, and chances. You find yourself in a period of great risk, adventure, and freedom, and you are prepared to take chances and explore new places. You are the most carefree and adventurous person in your life. When presented with a new situation, you plunge in with both feet and expect the unexpected. If you have pulled this card, you are in a period of excitement and new beginnings.