Tarot Tuesday: The Big Reveal for September 18, 2018

/ Tuesday, September 18, 2018


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Card 1: The Queen of Pentacles



Tarot of the Hidden Realm


The Queen of Pentacles signals that you are either enjoying a time now of being taken care of or are happily taking care of someone. The card's presence again demands that you assess your situation to receive the message – is this Queen someone who is currently making your life a little easier and providing for you or are you the person making sure that someone special is being nurtured.

In a general Tarot spread, the Queen of Pentacles represents high social status, prosperity, wealth, luxury, success and financial independence. This card tells you to approach issues in a sensible, practical, no-nonsense manner and you will be successful. She tells you to set goals and work towards them, steadily. 

As a person, the Queen of Pentacles represents a mature female or feminine person who is generous and usually wealthy or financially independent, has an affinity for the finer things in life and is good in business. She is a social butterfly with high social status and is pleasant, charming, loyal, socially poised, organised, down to earth and practical. She is a wonderful, nurturing mother and a good cook or hostess. People feel welcome in her home, secure in her company, and able to confide in her. She may be an Earth sign such as Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn.

Key words: Earthy, practical, no-nonsense, Witch, prosperity, success, wonderful mother



Card 2: The Knight of Pentacles



Tarot De St. Croix


In a general Tarot spread, the Knight of Pentacles represents common sense, responsibility, practicality, working hard for what you want and finishing what you start. This  card is a wish card that signifies achieving your goals through perseverance and determination. It can also represent being environmentally conscientious, and an animal lover. It might be representing you defending and protecting your home, family or those close to you.  There is usually good news associated with this card.

As a person, the Knight of Pentacles represents an adult (usually 20-35 year of age and usually male) who is stable, reliable, loyal and patient. He is ambitious, hard-working, protective and honest. He can also be conservative and a bit stubborn. The Knight of Pentacles may have issues with showing emotions. Usually, this is because he may have been raised by a father figure who had difficulty showing affection (an Emperor or King of Pentacles type of father figure). The Knight shows he cares by working hard to provide for the people he loves. He may be an Earth sign such as Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn.


Key words: Patient, practical, loyal, responsible, persistence, protective, hard-working.


Card 3: The 8 of Wands



The Vanessa Tarot

In a general context, the Eight of Wands represents hastiness, speed, rushing, progress, movement and action. It is a Minor Arcana card of sudden action, excitement, exciting times, travel, freedom, holidays and holiday romances. Whatever you turn your hand to at the moment will take off at great speed and gain momentum. You will be feeling positive and energetic. You will be thinking on your feet, seeing results and finding solutions. Your hard work will be paying off and you will be ahead of the game. The Eight of Wands also represents infatuation, obsession and getting carried away or being swept off your feet.

Do things seem to be speeding up in your life? Is there a sense of urgency to the daily proceedings? Are you headed toward a long-sought conclusion? Is a settlement about to appear in a long-running dispute? Have you gotten closer to your goal in the past week than in the past year? Are the flirtations of a friend or co-worker suddenly more inviting? The Eight of Wands is the card the Tarot delivers when your excitement over a positive turn of events is compressing time and making every moment heightened with anticipation.

The Eight of Wands in the present position is an exciting place. Look around – this is a golden opportunity of a time for you. Things are going your way. Sometimes we are so used to plodding through oppositions and setbacks that making strides and fulfilling goals creates an anxiety because the familiarity of failure is replaced by a strange success, as if it's almost too good to be true. Don't self-sabotage!


Key words: Hastiness, speed, progress, movement, action, rushing, exciting times, travel, freedom.


Card 4: The King of Cups


Sun and Moon Tarot

The King of Cups Tarot card represents kindness, compassion and wisdom. This card can indicate that you will be finding the balance between your mind and your heart. You may learn to control your emotions, and find the wisdom to accept that which you cannot change. You may be gaining a deeper level of emotional maturity. You may feel yourself becoming calmer, and more sympathetic to others. Like all the cups court cards, the King of Cups signifies emotion, creativity, artistic ability and intuition, but in a more balanced form. 

As a person, the King of Cups is caring, affectionate and empathetic. He is a good listener, diplomatic and easy going. He is the type of older male who will give you sound advice and act as a calming influence in your life. He usually has light hair and has few if any enemies as he is well liked and gets along with the majority of people. He may lack the drive to pursue material wealth as he is more focused on the emotional side of life. He is very family-oriented. He may be a water sign such as Cancer, Scorpio, or Pisces.



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Card 1: The Queen of Pentacles



Tarot of the Hidden Realm


The Queen of Pentacles signals that you are either enjoying a time now of being taken care of or are happily taking care of someone. The card's presence again demands that you assess your situation to receive the message – is this Queen someone who is currently making your life a little easier and providing for you or are you the person making sure that someone special is being nurtured.

In a general Tarot spread, the Queen of Pentacles represents high social status, prosperity, wealth, luxury, success and financial independence. This card tells you to approach issues in a sensible, practical, no-nonsense manner and you will be successful. She tells you to set goals and work towards them, steadily. 

As a person, the Queen of Pentacles represents a mature female or feminine person who is generous and usually wealthy or financially independent, has an affinity for the finer things in life and is good in business. She is a social butterfly with high social status and is pleasant, charming, loyal, socially poised, organised, down to earth and practical. She is a wonderful, nurturing mother and a good cook or hostess. People feel welcome in her home, secure in her company, and able to confide in her. She may be an Earth sign such as Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn.

Key words: Earthy, practical, no-nonsense, Witch, prosperity, success, wonderful mother



Card 2: The Knight of Pentacles



Tarot De St. Croix


In a general Tarot spread, the Knight of Pentacles represents common sense, responsibility, practicality, working hard for what you want and finishing what you start. This  card is a wish card that signifies achieving your goals through perseverance and determination. It can also represent being environmentally conscientious, and an animal lover. It might be representing you defending and protecting your home, family or those close to you.  There is usually good news associated with this card.

As a person, the Knight of Pentacles represents an adult (usually 20-35 year of age and usually male) who is stable, reliable, loyal and patient. He is ambitious, hard-working, protective and honest. He can also be conservative and a bit stubborn. The Knight of Pentacles may have issues with showing emotions. Usually, this is because he may have been raised by a father figure who had difficulty showing affection (an Emperor or King of Pentacles type of father figure). The Knight shows he cares by working hard to provide for the people he loves. He may be an Earth sign such as Taurus, Virgo, or Capricorn.


Key words: Patient, practical, loyal, responsible, persistence, protective, hard-working.


Card 3: The 8 of Wands



The Vanessa Tarot

In a general context, the Eight of Wands represents hastiness, speed, rushing, progress, movement and action. It is a Minor Arcana card of sudden action, excitement, exciting times, travel, freedom, holidays and holiday romances. Whatever you turn your hand to at the moment will take off at great speed and gain momentum. You will be feeling positive and energetic. You will be thinking on your feet, seeing results and finding solutions. Your hard work will be paying off and you will be ahead of the game. The Eight of Wands also represents infatuation, obsession and getting carried away or being swept off your feet.

Do things seem to be speeding up in your life? Is there a sense of urgency to the daily proceedings? Are you headed toward a long-sought conclusion? Is a settlement about to appear in a long-running dispute? Have you gotten closer to your goal in the past week than in the past year? Are the flirtations of a friend or co-worker suddenly more inviting? The Eight of Wands is the card the Tarot delivers when your excitement over a positive turn of events is compressing time and making every moment heightened with anticipation.

The Eight of Wands in the present position is an exciting place. Look around – this is a golden opportunity of a time for you. Things are going your way. Sometimes we are so used to plodding through oppositions and setbacks that making strides and fulfilling goals creates an anxiety because the familiarity of failure is replaced by a strange success, as if it's almost too good to be true. Don't self-sabotage!


Key words: Hastiness, speed, progress, movement, action, rushing, exciting times, travel, freedom.


Card 4: The King of Cups


Sun and Moon Tarot

The King of Cups Tarot card represents kindness, compassion and wisdom. This card can indicate that you will be finding the balance between your mind and your heart. You may learn to control your emotions, and find the wisdom to accept that which you cannot change. You may be gaining a deeper level of emotional maturity. You may feel yourself becoming calmer, and more sympathetic to others. Like all the cups court cards, the King of Cups signifies emotion, creativity, artistic ability and intuition, but in a more balanced form. 

As a person, the King of Cups is caring, affectionate and empathetic. He is a good listener, diplomatic and easy going. He is the type of older male who will give you sound advice and act as a calming influence in your life. He usually has light hair and has few if any enemies as he is well liked and gets along with the majority of people. He may lack the drive to pursue material wealth as he is more focused on the emotional side of life. He is very family-oriented. He may be a water sign such as Cancer, Scorpio, or Pisces.



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Card 1: The 2 of Wands



The Witches' Tarot


Are you feeling in charge? Is your sense of self-empowerment so thorough that you feel like taking a gamble? Did you recently confront a tense task head-on? Have you had some recent successes that have increased your confidence? Can you brag, "I'm doing it my way"? Did you ever think you would enjoy being in a leadership position? 

The new level of independence and authority that you have achieved will pull the Two of Wands out of the Tarot deck and drop it into your reading. This card is confirmation that you are on a winning streak that is based on a belief in yourself and will continue as long as your original approach continues to solve problems for you and those around you.

In a general context, the Two of Wands signifies having two paths. You have decisions to make, or a choice between two options has appeared. Remember, the grass isn’t always greener on the other side. This card can signify overseas travel, sudden departures, emigration and deciding if you will stay or go. It can also indicate a lack of contentment with your life, restlessness, withdrawal and detachment. It can represent waiting, anticipation and wanderlust. It is also a card of cooperation, business partnerships or overseas expansion.

​Key words: Decisions, planning, travel, restlessness, business partnerships.


Card 2: The Chariot



The Dark Fairytale Tarot


The Chariot Tarot represents overcoming obstacles through determination, focus and willpower. With this Major Arcana trump card in your tarot spread you will be feeling motivated, ambitious and in control. Now is a time to go for what you really want. The Chariot is not without its challenges, there may be many obstacles in your path but if you stay focused, keep your composure and are confident in your abilities, you will be successful! It can also represent travel (usually involving driving) as The Chariot is after all a mode of transport.  

The Chariot can also indicate that you may be acting defensively or aggressively to hide that you are feeling emotionally vulnerable. You may feel like you are in a battle at the moment. Don’t worry, if you maintain your focus, you will be successful! The Chariot is also an indicator of success in sports or competitions. The Chariot represents finding the balance between the heart and mind. Put any worries aside and maintain your focus.

Key words: Victory, overcoming obstacles, determination, success, ambition.


Card 3: The High Priestess



Tarot of the Hidden Realm

The High Priestess represents spirituality with sensual overtones. This is a time to rely on your intuition and your inner knowledge, rather than your conscious mind or intellect. It is also important that you pay attention to your dreams right now. Keeping s dream diary or journal would be a good idea. Synchronicities are likely to surface in your life right now.

The High Priestess possesses intuition, mystery and sensuality combined with common sense. When the High Priestess appears in a tarot reading she indicates that now is the time to trust your instincts and go with your gut feeling. Pay attention to your dreams and the signs and symbols the universe is sending you when this Major Arcana trump card appears in your tarot reading.

Key words: Mystery, spirituality, creativity, thirst for knowledge.


Card 4: The 3 of Pentacles



Shadowscapes Tarot


In general, the Three of Pentacles is a positive card to get in a Tarot spread. It represents learning, studying and apprenticeship. It also signifies hard work, determination, dedication and commitment so whatever you are doing at the moment, you are likely to be giving it 100%. It also signifies building on success or foundations. You have worked hard to overcome your challenges and the effort you have put in should be paying off. This Minor Arcana card can also indicate that you may be collaborating with others to achieve your goals.    

If there is a downside here, it may be in your expectations for getting credit. While everyone involved may be acknowledged, the Three of Pentacles in the present position is a card that privileges the group over individual accomplishments. Unless you are standing out and saving a project because of a great organizational skill or a superior competency, do not go into things looking for reams of credit for your efforts.

Key words: Apprenticeship, learning, studying, growing, reward.




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Card 1: The 3 of Pentacles



The Wizards Tarot

Are you getting along with your co-workers as you put together the big project? Has someone turned to you to ensure that a job will get done? Is there a task at hand that you know will be completed on time and as perfect as humanly possible? Have you realized lately that you are the best person for a certain job? When an organized approach is needed, have you been getting the call? Is your partner allowing you room to be yourself because you bring so much to the relationship? The Three of Pentacles is a card that would indicate all of these and more issues associated with competency and hitting your stride.

The 3 of Pentacles tells you that the people around you appreciate you and your efforts, and notice the quality of what you do, even if you don't get a paycheck. The Three tells you to keep doing what you're doing as you are on the right track (although there is always room for improvement.) You don't need to scrap something and start again.

Key words: Mastery, success, teamwork, satisfaction, excellence



Card 2: The Page of Swords



The Steampunk Tarot


Have you ever spoken truth to the powerful and did not even realize the challenge you had presented them? Are you learning the complex jargon of a new field and comprehending what a new you could look like when you master this language? Have you looked at the reasons you should stay or leave a relationship? Is an employment situation requiring you to be less than honest about what the company can or cannot do? All of these circumstances bring about a Tarot reading that includes the Page of Swords laid out before you.

In general, the Page of Swords represents delayed news, ideas, planning and inspiration. It can also signify being protective, guarded and vigilant. This page may be telling you to be patient, to think before you speak and not to get drawn in unnecessary arguments or conflicts. It can also represent fairness, speaking out and fighting injustice. 

The Page of Swords can indicate mental agility, learning or getting an education, being quick-witted, curious and inquisitive and using your head. This card can signify being chatty, communicative, truthful and direct. However, it can also signify being blunt or abrasive or engaging in petty gossip. 

Key words: Delayed new, mental agility, vigilance, think before you speak.



Card 3: The 9 of Swords



Tarot Illuminati


Do you suffer from anxiety? The 9 of Swords often indicates that in a querent. Oftentimes, this card reveals that we're thinking too much about what could happen, rather than what's really going on. 
It could also reveal that we've made some decisions, and the results are not what we desired.

 In short, you may be making mountains out of molehills. It represents stress, burdens, negative thinking and deep unhappiness. You will be feeling overwhelmed and unable to cope with or face situations, problems or just life in general and may have reached your breaking point. It is a Minor Arcana card of mental anguish, remorse, guilt, regret, joylessness and despair, and you may wish you could go back in time and re-write the past when it appears. It can also signify feeling isolated and being the subject of gossip and it can represent nightmares and insomnia.  

If you are feeling anxious, take a good look at whether or not any of that is under your own power or control (and thus, you could lessen it), or if other things or people in your life are contributing to this anxiety. If it is the latter, take a good look at that, and see whether or not something in the relationship can be changed to make it more workable for you. There's something about this time period that can cause people to feel like their life should be, in some way, "more" or "bigger" than it is. Try to take comfort and joy in the ordinary things. That's where the beauty is.

Key words: fear, anxiety, stress, being overburdened, regret.



Card 4: The 2 of Cups



Tarot of Dreams


The 2 of Cups often refers to romantic partnership, but that is not its only connotation. It can speak of balance, friendship, joy, and sharing. In general this is a card that says that things are likely to be going well. You should be feeling more than usually loved, cared for, and content.

In a career context, the Two of Cups can represent a strong and successful business partnership. If you are considering entering into a business partnership with someone, it is a good omen that indicates that you and your business partner will work well together, and will have similar goals and mutual respect for each other. 

If you are not in or entering into a partnership, the Two of Cups is still a good sign, representing harmony and balance in the workplace. You should find that things are going well and that your working relationships with colleagues should be going well. Financially, things should be balanced at the moment. You may not have an excessive amount of money but you will have enough to cover your bills and not worry. 

Key words: Partnership, unity, love, harmony.


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Card 1: Death


Mary-El Tarot


Don't let the name fool you. Many recipients of a Tarot reading have seen way too many movies, and believe that this means a physical death. Rarely, does this card signify that. Death, in the tarot, refers to a significant change in one's life.

The transformation or change that Death can bring can be difficult, unexpected, sudden or even traumatic but it will bring with it a new lease of life. Its best to try not to resist the change the Death Tarot card brings as resisting it will only make the transition difficult and painful. Instead try to embrace the change as a fresh start. 

This Major Arcana card can also signify the need to let go of old issues or beliefs when it appears in a Tarot spread. It may be telling you that you need to draw a line under the past in order to move forward in a positive direction. A Death card transformation can be a bit of a shock to the system but ultimately it’s a positive one.

Key words: Spiritual transformation, new beginnings, letting go, endings, change, transition, sudden or unexpected upheaval.



Card 2: The Hermit



The Steampunk Tarot


The Hermit Tarot card in an upright position generally indicates that you are entering a period of soul searching, self-reflection and spiritual enlightenment. You may find that you need time alone to gain a deeper understanding of yourself, to remove yourself from the daily grind in order to discover your true spiritual self, contemplate your existence, your direction in life or your values. The Hermit can also indicate isolating yourself or withdrawing into oneself in order to recover from a difficult situation. 

This Major Arcana trump card can suggest that you may be going through an anti-social phase where you just don’t want to interact with people as much as you normally would. The Hermit is wise, mature and knowledgeable and may be an indication of someone seeking the services of a counselor or psychiatrist.  This is a time to focus on yourself and meeting your own needs.

Key words: Spiritual enlightenment, soul searching, self-reflection, introspection, contemplation, inner guidance, solitude


Card 3: The Ace of Wands



Deviant Moon Tarot


In a general context, the Ace of Wands represents good news and new beginnings. It signifies taking action, physically starting something, new initiative and finding new passion, enthusiasm or spark. It is a Minor Arcana card of accepting a challenge, getting fired up and getting in the game. It can also represent discovering your potential or talent and brings a sense of urgency and a new lease of life when it appears in your Tarot spread. This is a card indicates that you have creative spark and are feeling bold and daring. It also signifies spontaneity and excitement so expect fun times when it appears in your Tarot reading. This card can also represent fertility, conception and birth.

The Ace of Wands is a sign to just ‘go for it’. This highly action-oriented card sees you feeling incredibly inspired and enthusiastic about pursuing a new idea or project that you have in mind. You are all revved up and raring to go. Use your creative energy and passion to take the first steps and get this project underway. Even if you like to have everything planned out before you begin down a certain path, the Ace of Wands is encouraging you to listen to your instincts and follow your gut. If it feels like a good idea, it probably is. So, start with a few basic actions to get things underway, and then continue to grow and develop your ideas through more complex actions later on. The important thing is that you act now, rather than spending more time planning or researching.

Key Words: New beginnings, good news, physically starting something, creative spark, new initiative, finding new passion, enthusiasm, urgency, accepting a challenge, potential, talent, growth, action, travel, excitement, getting in the game, getting fired up, spontaneity, fun, being bold/daring, fertility, birth, conception, new lease of life.






Card 4: The Seven of Swords



Shadowscapes Tarot


The Seven of Swords represents deception, lies, trickery, cheating and lack of conscience.  This card also signifies mental manipulation, tactics, scheming, cunning, enemies who masquerade as friends and spies in your camp. It is a Minor Arcana card of dangerous or risky behavior, daring, courage and staying ahead of the game. The Seven of Swords can also represent flexibility, adaptability, sharp wit, resourcefulness, being strategic or being overly rational. This Tarot card can also signify underhanded behavior, theft, burglary, fraud, dodgy deals and a general lack of conscience. It represents escaping detection and getting away with something.

If you are involved in any sort of competition this month (formal or informal) you will want to keep a close eye out for any cheating. This can range from anything from someone cheating at a pick-up poker game to someone trying to frame you at work for something serious. The bottom line is basically to cover your backside, make sure you are doing things the right way, and then you'll have nothing to worry about, even if someone is out to get you. 

Be alert, be aware, and be sure that all you do is above-board.

Key words: Deceit, lies, trickery, cheating, theft, underhanded, scheming, dangerous/risky behavior, enemy masquerading as friend, spying, lack of conscience, strategy, resourceful, flexible, escaping detection, getting away with it, adaptable, courage, daring, sharp wit, mental manipulation, cunning, overly rational



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Card 1: Page of Swords


78 Tarot Carnival

Have you ever spoken truth to the powerful and did not even realize the challenge you had presented them? Are you learning the complex jargon of a new field and comprehending what a new you could look like when you master this language? Have you looked at the reasons you should stay or leave a relationship? Is an employment situation requiring you to be less than honest about what the company can or cannot do? All of these circumstances bring about a Tarot reading that includes the Page of Swords laid out before you.

In a general context, the Page of Swords represents delayed news, ideas, planning and inspiration. It can also signify being protective, guarded and vigilant. This Minor Arcana card may be telling you to be patient, to think before you speak and not to get drawn in unnecessary arguments or conflicts. It can also represent fairness, speaking out and fighting injustice. The Page of Swords can indicate mental agility, learning or getting an education, being quick-witted, curious and inquisitive and using your head. This card can signify being chatty, communicative, truthful and direct. However, it can also signify being blunt or abrasive or engaging in petty gossip.

As a person, the Page of Swords represents a young person, child or person who is young at heart, who is chatty, lively, quick thinking, analytical, logical and cool and possesses a sharp mind. This person abhors injustice and is a deep thinker but at the same time can come across as blunt, insensitive or a bit of a loner sometimes. In the negative, they can also be a bit of a gossip or deceitful but they do not intentionally cause harm. They like to stick to the rules and may be an air sign such as Aquarius, Gemini or Libra.

Key words and phrases: Delayed news, patience needed, ideas, inspiration, planning, vigilance, protective, guarded, fairness, think before you speak, don’t get drawn into arguments, mental agility, using your head,  inquisitive, curious, quick-witted, chatty, communicative, education, petty gossip, being truthful/ direct, speaking out, fighting injustice.


Card 2: The Hierophant


The Wild Unknown Tarot


Have you joined a group that makes you feel like you belong? Are you following a course of instruction that has you deeply immersed in a new way of looking at life? Have you developed a newfound interest in your cultural heritage? Has work or family recently forced you to conform to certain standards? Is a person in your life or a philosophy you are interested in pushing you to behave to a norm? Expect to see The Hierophant card in your Tarot reading if you are submitting your individuality (consciously or unconsciously) to a group, a cause or an ideal.

In the present position, The Hierophant represents you following a new belief system. Perhaps you are volunteering for a political cause or attending religious services regularly after years of not doing so. The loss of some individuality in your life may be offset by the great feeling of being a part of something much bigger than yourself. Sticking to a new diet or workout routine is a manifestation of the conformity of the Hierophant card that is also self-improvement.

The Hierophant is the card of traditional values and institutions. The Hierophant can represent a counselor or mentor who will provide you with wisdom and guidance or a spiritual or religious adviser. Alternatively, you may be dealing with someone who is very set in their ways. The institutions The Hierophant Tarot card can represent include economic, religious, political, social, family, educational, social welfare and medical. Its appearance can signify that now is a time to conform to convention or tradition. It’s not a time to rock the boat. It can also be an indicator that you will take part in some sort of traditional ceremony or that you may start creating some new traditions or rituals of your own.

Key words and Phrases: Traditional institutions, traditional values, conventional, conformity, marriage, commitment, religion, beliefs, knowledge sharing,


Card 3: The 2 of Pentacles


Joie De Vivre Tarot

Are you having a good time these days? Are you busy doing the things that you enjoy? Do your friends marvel at your ability to multitask, an ability that you take for granted? Look for the Two of Pentacles to appear in your Tarot reading if your busy life's exciting schedule has room for you to sit down with a Tarot reader. The Two of Pentacles is the card that assures you that your many interests add up to one satisfying life path.

When the Two of Pentacles is in the present position, you are sailing along with so many projects and interests that you don't have time to be miserable or look back on life with regrets. This is a great position for this card because it affirms the energy you are putting into non-traditional efforts is magically balancing with the demands of the real world on your time and money.

In a general context, the Two of Pentacles can indicate that you are trying to find or maintain the balance between various areas of your life. This Minor Arcana card represents the ups and downs of life and indicates that you are resourceful, adaptable and flexible enough to get through them. However, it can be a warning that trying to juggle too many things at once and not prioritizing what is important can lead to failure and exhaustion. Try to evaluate where you are putting your energy and cut back on what is not necessary in order to maintain a balanced and happy life. The Two of Pentacles can indicate that decisions need to be made and making these choices may be causing you stress. It can also signify partnership and the struggle to find the right balance between your needs and the needs of someone else. 

Key Words and Phrases: Balance, trying to find balance, resourcefulness, ups and downs, adaptability, flexibility, juggling life, juggling money, balancing books, transferring money, profit and loss, income and outgoings, financial decisions, financial stress, partnerships,


Card 4: Judgment



Crystal Visions Tarot

Are your days of sitting on the fence done? Have you found a reason to keep living? Are you feeling refreshed and looking forward to moving on? Has a casual interest turned into a dominating philosophy of life that you are pursuing as your true calling? Are you able to brush aside the ambiguities and obfuscations of the past and clarify exactly what it is you have been through? When the Judgment card arrives in your Tarot reading, it is time to take a stand as the hardest choices become obvious after the simplest of appraisals.

In the present position, Judgment is reflecting your internal conflict about making a big decision. The finality of this choice is quite apparent to you, even if it seems small to others and is perhaps even dismissed by those close to you. The presence of this card can give you little guidance over your choice. While many Tarot cards have a sense of inevitability about them, the Judgment card in the present position is powerful in that your free will is on the line here. All this card represents is that the decision you are about to make is, in fact, an epic one.

In a general context, the Judgement Tarot card can indicate that you and/or someone you care about are being judged too harshly by others. It can also indicate that you are judging people harshly or making snap judgements yourself. Alternatively, Judgement can also be an indication that you have achieved a level of clarity and composure that allows you to calmly evaluate yourself and your choices in order to make positive decisions. You have come through your past karmic lessons with increased self-awareness and you are allowing healing to take place so you can move forward in a positive direction. If you have a big decision to make when this Major Arcana card appears, use the karmic lessons you have learnt from the past to help you make the right choice.  Judgement upright can represent a legal matter or court case being resolved. If you have acted honorably and told the truth, this matter should be resolved in your favor. If you have been dishonest, don’t expect things to go your way. You need to clear your conscience and try to make amends for your misdeeds. This Major Arcana card can also signify being separated from someone you love by an ocean or sea. You can expect to be reunited with them soon when it appears. It can also indicate homesickness.

Key words and phrases: Judgement, self-evaluation, awakening, renewal, composure, decisiveness, homesickness, snap judgments, apportioning blame, forgiveness.


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