The Empress

The Empress symbolizes creation in all its forms, from love life, art, to material goods. The Magician signifies the idea, the Great Priest is the one who gives shape, and the Empress is the uterus in which this idea takes shape and waits to be born. The Symbol of the Empress is Venus, the goddess of beauty and love.

However, the Empress symbolizes abundance more than sensuality. It is the inexhaustible force of nature through which life is perpetuated. The Empress is the card of tranquility and love.
It shows that things will go well in the end, and that no matter what happens, we will be surrounded by love.

 In some cases, the Empress indicates moving to a new home, especially if you like to decorate, garden, cultivate your own products, create or surround yourself with beautiful objects. The book suggests a strong sense of property, the Empress's mantra being "This belongs to me."


Six of Pentacles

The Six of Pentacles is a card representing being in harmony with your money. The amount that comes in and the amount that flows out are in balance, and you are thankful for what you have without being grasping of it, and happy to share with others in need. This card is also about charity. You may either be the wealthy man in this card, giving away his wealth, or the beggars, gratefully receiving what the man has to offer.

The generosity of the Six does not limit itself to money and material things. Giving of your time or your wisdom is often just as spiritually fulfilling as giving away money or gifts, and the intangible gift of your presence is received just as well, if not better.

If you are the beggars in the Six of Pentacles, then you may be the recipient of someone else’s charitable activities. This will help you to get back on your feet and to eventually repay the charitable organisation or individual, either with your time or your restored wealth.


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.

The Fool starts his life journey with an unlimited potential. The sun rising up behind him represents the beginning of his journey. He is facing north-west, the direction of the unknown. He is looking upwards, toward the sky, or Spirit. In his bag he has all the tools and resources he needs, but is he ready?. He carries a white rose in his left hand, that symbolise purity and innocence. A small white dog protects him throughout his journey and pushes him to learn the lessons of life.  The mountains behind the Fool represent the realms of Spirit that he has just left and will spend his life trying to regain.


The World

The World signifies completion, achievement and fulfilment. All of your efforts are finally paying off and you have reached the end of a journey or have completed a major life cycle. You have endured hardships and challenges along the way but these have only made you stronger and significantly wiser and more experienced than when you first started on your journey.

A long-term project, period of study, relationship, or career has come full circle and you are now feeling a sense of closure as well as achievemen.

It could represent a graduation, a marriage, the birth of a child, or the attainment of a long held. In this sense, the World card also heralds new beginnings that naturally emerge out of the completion cycle.



Judgement is a card that calls for reflection and self-evaluation. Through meditation and reflection you could come to a deep understanding of the themes of your life and what you can do to change it or avoid certain situations in the future.

The card is about redemption. After self-evaluation, you will feel clean from the sins of the past, guilt and sadness. It is a wonderful process of purification, which will make you feel reborn and ready to face new challenges.

The Judgement card often indicates that life-changing decisions are required, but unlike those associated with the logical Justice card, these decisions require a delicate blend of intuition and intellect. You may be at a crossroads, aware that any decision that you make will bring about significant change.


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 Magician

The Magician symbolizes wisdom, skills, and the consciousness of your own value. It shows that it is a time when we are able to cope with the most difficult endeavors and to look at challenges with a courage and wisdom of life.

The Magician embodies the power of consciousness, without neglecting the other forces that we are not aware of. In mythology, the Magician is represented by the god Mercury. He is a gifted speaker, he could be a good public person and a skillful salesperson. Mercury is the god of the thieves, he has fast hands and he gives the impression that he can have healing powers, even if sometimes they can prove untrue.


Nine of Pentacles

The Nine of Pentacles indicates that you have reached a point in your life where you are feeling self-confident, self-sufficient, independent and free. By acting on your own accord, you have attained well-deserved success and may now enjoy money, leisure time, pleasure, material comfort and rest.

The Nine of Pentacles is about enjoying the good life and the fruits of your labour. You have worked hard to get here, so now, sit back and relax and enjoy some of life’s luxuries. You deserve it! Do not be afraid to splurge, indulge or pamper yourself, particularly if it is as a reward for all of your hard work.

Sometimes, however, the Nine of Pentacles can indicate that you are close to reaching your goal but you have not yet made it. You are showing great self-discipline and self-control to ensure you get to where you want to be.


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.


Three of Pentacles

The Three of Pentacles, like the Threes in the other suits, represents the initial completion of a goal or plan. In this case, the Three implies the fulfilment and manifestation of a creative venture, business, or building project.

The message of the Three of Pentacles is one of encouragement. If you continue to work toward the fulfilment of your dreams and do not allow disillusionment to dampen your enthusiasm, ultimately you will experience prosperity and success in your goals.

The Three of Pentacles may also suggest that you need help to complete your work and can draw on the knowledge and experience of others. It may be beneficial to share your work with a partner but only if they are as conscientious as you. At the core of the Three of Pentacles is the notion of teamwork and collaboration. Effective planning, management and organisation are also key components of the Three of Pentacles.


King of Pentacles

The King of Pentacles represents abundance, security, ambition, power, stability, discipline, trustworthiness and control. He is a fatherly figure who likes to take care of others through providing advice, guidance and wisdom, as well as more material aspects such as financial support and wealth.

He is no longer required to struggle to achieve what he desires, like the Page and the Knight, and is able to accomplish anything he wants because he has already proven himself.

Thus, the King of Pentacles often indicates the final fulfilment of a creative task, business venture, or investment. Through diligence, responsibility and attention to detail you have achieved great things and can finally say that you have completed your task or attained your goal.


The Lovers

The astrological sign associated with the Lovers Tarot card is Gemini. The two figures in the Lovers card are blessed and protected by an angel.

The Lovers represent perfection, harmony and mutual attractiveness. Their trust in each other gives them strength and confidence to overcome the obstacles in life. The bond between the two lovers is incredibly powerful and often reflect a marriage, a connection of soul mates or a very close relationship.

On a personal level, The Lovers talks about creating a system of personal beliefs and convictions, a clarification and a choice of values. It is time to choose a life philosophy or the way to go.

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