The Devil symbolizes the lack of measure and is probably the hardest to decipher, because it has a particular appearance for each of you. What is common to everyone is the addiction, lack of will and personal beliefs.

 The Devil corresponds to the dark side of the Magus, the dark side of the Great Priestess, the hypocrisy and materialism of the Hierophant. He also represents the uncontrollable lusts of the Power, is the antithesis of Temperance, and rules over many of the moon's faces.


Two of Cups

The Two of Cups shows the beauty and power that is created when two become one. The card reflects balance, mutual respect and harmony in relations with one another..

The Two of Cups typically points towards a relationship that is based on mutual attraction and romantic inclinations. In a reading, this is often a beautiful start to a new romance in which you will experience understanding, harmony and deep love between two souls.

In some cases, the Two of Cups can refer to marriage, proposals and engagements, particularly as this card portrays what looks like a wedding or hand-fasting. It is a reflection of commitment between two individuals.

Outside of love, the Two of Cups reflects a partnership of sorts, be it a business partnership, friendship or even a relationship between a person and their pet.


The Hierophant

The Hierophant is the masculine version of the Great Priestess and referes to a master and the learning of practical lessons from the study of the laws of nature. The energy of this card points to some kind of resource that can reveal the secrets of life, the cycles of the Moon, the links between human beings and the spirits.

În the Middle Age, the monasteries were the only places a person could learn to read and write, so the Hierophant was the one to whom a student would come for help. This card advises you to return to the role of a meticulous student, to gain knowledge through study, to gain respect and recognition.

The high priest shows the need to observe the rules or the structured situations. Its appearance in a spread means that you are confronted with a force or a person lacking an innovating spirit, fixed on observing the many earthly customs.


Three of Wands

The Three of Wands indicates that your plans are now well underway and you are starting to consider even more opportunities to expand your current plans and maximise on the potential of your future. Everything is progressing steadily and as expected, thanks to your solid planning and ongoing motivation to persist.

The Three of Wands indicates opportunities to expand your horizons, through study, travel, business enterprise and learning. You need to become more aware of the opportunities that exist for you right now as there may be more than you are aware of. You may be more aware that your best opportunities lie outside of your current environment, so it is time to think BIG.

Similarly, this card is also about embracing change and adopting a longer-term view. It indicates you are in a position of strength as you control what happens around you. Thus, this is a card of vision and foresight and looking for greater possibilities.


The Fool

The Fool is numbered 0, the number of unlimited potential, and does not actually have a specific place in the sequence of the Tarot cards. The Fool can be either at the beginning of the Major Arcana or at the end. The Major Arcana symbolizes the Fool’s journey through life  so he is the hero of this journey and therefore he doesn't need a number.

Fool represents the need to embark in a new journey, one completely unknown and that will carry you to uncharted territories. The Fool is about new experiences, personal growth, development and adventure. The Fool lives a carefree life, free from worry and anxietyan he does not seem to mind if he does not know what the future holds for him.



The Death card is probably the most feared and misunderstood card of the Tarot deck, because people tend to interpret it literally. In fact, Death means separation, let go of something of great importance, an ending.

This card may, however, be one of the richest and most positive cards of the Tarot. Death symbolizes the completion of a major step or major chapter of your life, which can bring a valuable new beginning.

You have to close a door to open another. You have to leave the past behind, tear yourself from the past, so you could embrace new opportunities and possibilities.


Ace of Swords

The Ace of Swords shows the beginning of a situation whose potential is as double-edged as the blade of the sword itself. The Ace implies the use of great power, even excessive power at times.

The Ace of Swords represents a period of great insight and mental clarity. It signifies a break-through moment, where suddenly conscious understanding and mental reasoning reach their peak, and achievement of goals suddenly becomes a lot easier.

The Ace of Swords highlights a new idea, inspiration, original thinking and creative vision. It represents a point at which you have a new way of thinking and the energy to go with it. You are excited to pursue new opportunities that draw upon your creative and mental abilities.The Ace of Swords also encourages you to seek out the truth of the matter and to find justice.


Nine of Cups

Nines represent personal integrity and completion, or the final stage of development. Thus, the Nine of Cups shows a tendency to daydream and enjoy the pleasures of life. You are likely to spend more time thinking about big ideas and grand schemes for an ideal lifestyle than doing the work you need to do right now to execute those ideas.

More generally, the Nine of Cups reflects happiness in all areas such as health, finances, work, luck, love or relationships. After the difficult choices of the Seven and the stagnation of the Eight, the Cups suit starts to balance out with the Nine. One of the most positive and uplifting cards of the entire deck, the Nine of Cups shows satisfaction on all levels – emotional, physical, and sensual.

As a Cups card, the Nine usually refers to an emotionally fulfilling situation, such as the strengthening of a romantic bond, the solidification of a friendship or the consummation of a sexual relationship. It shows that joy and happiness are within your grasp. In fact, you probably already have them. It is a sign to enjoy the abundance of life and to feel each of your emotions as if you had never felt any of them before.


Six of Wands

The Six of Wands talks about success, victory and public recognition. You have succeeded in achieving your goals, and now you get public  acknowledgement for your efforts. Maybe you have recently received an award, public acclaim or acknowledgement from your colegues for the work that you have done.

This offers you a high level of confidence in yourself and gives you the strength to continue your efforts.

This card indicates that you have used your strengths and talents to bring about a successful outcome of your efforts. You have passed the confusion of the Five of Wands, avoiding all the distractions. 



The Justice card is governed by the sign of Libra, and represents justice, truth and law. As an outcome, Justice shows that the right decision will be taken. You are called to respond for your deeds and to be judged by them.

Keep in mind that the scale is balanced, which means that events have evolved as they should and that everything that is happening is the result of your decisions. You receive what you deserve.

Justice means that you are aware that your decisions and actions have consequences, and the present and future circumstances are most likely the result of those decisions and actions.


The Strenght

The card tells us about power, determination and capacity, in a similar way asThe Chariot does, but the differences between the two cards are obvious. While The Chariot represents the outer power and will, the Power card is the inner power, the human spirit, the capacity to overcome any obstacle.

The meaning of Power is to know that you can overcome any obstacle with the inside power and trust. You have stamina and perseverance, temperate with patience and inner calm. You are focused on what you have to do and behave in a manner that demonstrates control and maturity.

The Strenght card  teaches you that you have the ability to tame the beast inside you and that the goal should not be to hide the instinctual urges but to tame them through an acceptance full of of love and tenderness.



Temperance shows the right measure of things, as opposed to the next card of the Major Arcana, the Devil, which symbolizes the lack of measure.

The characteristics of Temperance are the balance, peace of mind and harmony. You are in a state of quiet detachment and you appreciate that you have left behind your self-doubts.
When it shows up in a spread, Temperance shows that you must learn to bring calm, patience and moderation in your life.

Your inner voice is guiding you gently to the right outcome and you are patiently listening and following. You have a very balanced perspective on the situation at this time and you are in a very good position to make the right choices.

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