Tarot Cards Readings

Printable Tarot Cards Meaning

These printable tarot cards meaning the booklet will speed up your tarot learning curve. The cards are associated by affinity or contrast to help you remember their current interpretation.
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The Major Arcana Tarot Meanings

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The inquirer starts a spiritual journey with enthusiasm and confidence. The magician shows how to use new opportunities and warns about dangers. The Fool’s optimism is appeased by the Magician’s caution and knowledge of the world.

The Fool and The Magician Tarot Cards - Optimism and Guidance

The Fool represents a new beginning and has great potential. This situation requires courage and some risk-taking.
The inquirer must accept all the consequences of this challenge. This card depicts a young and careless man that starts a journey apparently unaware of the fact that his next step can lead him in a precipice.
We see here great new opportunities, confidence, and idealism but also foolishness and recklessness.
Upright: Optimism, innocence, a new beginning, spontaneity, serendipity, new start, journey, creativity, confidence.
Reversed: Risk, poor judgment, rushed decision, naiveté, unexpected problems.
The Magician has control of the four elements and of the material world.
He has great confidence in his capabilities to manipulate matters to his advantage but he must be careful not to become arrogant and manipulative.
Upright: Achiever, ability to take decisions and creative action. Self-confidence. Using knowledge and abilities. Technology user. Adaptation, creativity.
Reversed: Indecision, blocked creativity, frustration, delays. Arrogance, overconfidence. Manipulation.

The High Priestess and The Empress - Intuition and Harmony

Both these cards may represent an important woman and the feminine side of the querent.
The High Priestess indicates the intuitive abilities, hidden feelings, and spiritual knowledge. Dreams and symbols help intuition and you might discover unexpected talents.
Learning is encouraged and some hidden knowledge may be unveiled. The world of symbols and dreams offers new possibilities for learning and your intuition will guide you, to tell the truth from the deception.
Upright: Intuition. Spiritual power. Hidden influences. Mysteries. Premonitory Dreams. Subconscious knowledge. Sexless love. Changeable moods.
Reversed: Losing contact with inner needs. Repressed feelings. Hidden enemies. Out of control emotions.
The Empress represents the fecundity and the harmony of the natural world. She is mother earth and she brings abundance and growth.
This card heralds a period of creativity and prosperity and is linked to the enjoyment of simple sensual pleasures. Emotional and material needs will be satisfied. The Empress announces good luck in a marriage and to those who start a family.
Upright: The mother. Creativity. Nourishment. Nurturing. Fruitful action. Prosperity. Abundance. Comfort. Marriage. Fertility.
Reversed: Blocked creativity. Frustration. Miscarriage, abortion, infertility. Loveless sex. Scarcity.

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