Thursday, June 5, 2008

Tarot Cards: The Chariot And Justice

The Chariot - Tarot Card Number VII

This Tarot major arcana represents a Solar Tank, is conducted by The Emperor who seems being trustful and serene.

The colors of this Tarot card are bright and positive.

The Chariot represents success, this Tarot card is also Osiri's symbol.

The Chariot signifies the capacity to progress in our life.

Basic meaning:

The Chariot card in the right position means success, supremacy, import-export, financial success...

In the reversed position this Tarot card means: overwork, failure...

Example:

A person just signed a contract with a new employer and wishes to know if this job is the right job for her.

We pull four cards: on the left is the Wheel of Fortune, on the right is the High Priestess, at the top is the World card and at the bottom is the Chariot;

The first Tarot card informs us that this person found the right job and that she will earn a lot of money;

The Tarot card on the right means that this job could have negative effects on her personal life;

The World represents our consulting person and her question;

The Chariot is the answer that tells us that this person can expect a very interesting job, full of opportunities to become a manager and that she even will have to travel regularly for her new job

The synthesis number is 4: this card is reprensented by The Emperor and confirms that this person will have lots of responsibilities in her new job. By signing this new contract, this person is on her pathway to success.

Justice - Tarot Card Number VIII

This Tarot major arcana shows a woman sitting on a golden throne. Gold is the color of her intelligence.

Justice holds the Sword of Justice in her right hand and the Scale of Justice - which is in gold too - in her left hand.

This character seems impartial, representing integrity and incorruptibility.

Basic meaning:

In the right position, the Justice represents equity, virtue, impartiality, stability,...

In the reversed position, this tarot card represents hypocrisy, intolerance, instability,...

Simplified example:

A consulting person needs to learn more about the next six month of her existence.

For this example, we will use the "Evolution" play. We place five major arcana one beside the other and, under each one, we place a minor arcana.

The cards are laid out as follows:

* The High Priestess - Sixth of Coins
* The Moon - Page of Swords
* Justice - King of Swords
* The Wheel of Fortune - Ace of Spears
* The Magician - Ace of Coins

Interpretation:

The High Priestess - Sixth of Coins: our client will face some financial problems;

The Moon - Page of Swords: she has problems with her child who causes her many disappointments and these financial troubles will come from him;

Justice - King of Swords: she will have to consult a lawyer and go in front of Justice to defend her child;

The Wheel of Fortune - Ace of Spears: these cards symbolize the victory of our consulting person;

The Magician - Ace of Coins: after all these problems, she will be rewarded by an unexpected amount of money.

By: Dominique Halet

Prosperity66 is a Tarot, History and Holidays passionate. She writes articles and creates websites dedicated to these subjects. For more info on Tarot cards reading, feel free to visit The Tarot Cards Reading, your online guide to unlock the secrets of tarot cards reading.

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