Tarot card question for someone who knows what the cards mean. I got the one with the guy pointing the sword?
I got a reading 10 years ago, and remember it now because many things from the reading have come true. I got the guy pointing the sword towards the sky in victory for the final card in the center spot. I don’t the name of the card, the reader said this was the perfect card to get in the perfect spot. Wondering if there is any tarot card confirmed rule that this is in fact an awesome card to have for the final center spot. Again i don’t know the card placement it went in a box with the final card filling the center. Question is this really the sickest card to get in the sickest spot? Any internet data is appreciated to backup any answers.
Suggestion by lupinesidhe
Well, there’s no “confirmed” rule that any card is a “good” or “bad” card. There is merely the interpretation of them, nothing more. It’s a little bit difficult to tell you exacts about it since you don’t know what card it was or what deck its from. It sounds a bit like the knight of swords though. Could be wrong. The interpretation changes slightly from deck to deck depending on the symbolism used. For some very basic information about the general meaning of cards theres a very good book call “Power Tarot” I don’t remember who wrote it, but it’s very informative. You might want to look into it. I’m not sure if you can find it on line or not, but you could google it. I hope this is helpful.
Suggestion by bkzalley
There are too many different variations of cards to know which one was used for your reading. I would go and get another one done and see if it pops up again. That way you will have a new reading to go from.
Suggestion by Goblin g
It’s difficult for me to know exactly which card you are referring to, only because there are so many different types of decks.
Rule of thumb, there are four different suits for the minor arcana (or lesser cards). They are penctacles (sometimes refered to as coins), cups, wands (sometimes refered to as sticks) and swords (sometimes refered to as knives).
Cups (or as in a playing deck of cards) are considered Hearts (things with love attached to them).
Swords (or as in a playing deck of cards) are considered Spades (things which need to be addressed in your life, which need to be turned around – swords are considered warning cards – they also stand for confilict, obstacles and aggression.) Depending on the other cards in the spread, these cards when received in the Royal aspect of the card (King, Queen, Jack as know as the Knight) are for logic and thoughtful attention to all sides of the issues at hand).
Pentacles (or as in a playing deck of cards) are considered diamonds (which refers to the financial aspects of your life).
Wands (or as in a playing deck of cards) are considered clubs (which refers to growth, ambition and development).
If you go to Borders Books, going into the section marked “New Age”, they should have a book called “Complete Idiots Guide To Tarot”. This book is very helpful to “newbies” who are interested in learning the Tarot. This books uses the Ryder-Waite Tarot Deck (which is the most universal and standard of all the decks which are available today).
Have a lovely rest of the day. Bright Blessings.
Can someone w| experience tell me what the following tarot cards mean?
So I ended doing those free online tarot card readings. & I did it a few more times because I kept on getting “the sun” and “the empress” which apparently means fertility, maternal, & babies… Every time I did it this card didn’t fail to come out. Can someone with experience explain the meaning of it. One of them said basically that my infertility phase was over, which I was having trouble with that.
Suggestion by Nick.
Basically, you’re a demon of the sun, and you will rule it one day. Your time will come..
Suggestion by Astrology.com
The Sun has to do with clarity and the light of consciousness, usually after a period of perhaps feeling in the dark. Confidence often returns and there’s a sense of joy and purpose. The Empress has to do with a re-alignment with nature, the natural cycles and rhythms of the body — and yes, fertility. The deck I use has the empress is depicted as a beautiful maiden in a field of wheat with a hand gentle placed on her stomach in a long, flowing gown … so getting back in touch with nature and the body – very Taurus.
does anyone know how to read Naipes tarot cards?
These were the cards they recommended but they dont look like regular tarot cards and i have checked all over the internet and no one has menings for each picture on each card.Does anyone have any helpful info…10points..
Suggestion by Clay
Read the how to.
naipes card meanings