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Ace of Wands

Initiation of a
new beginning.
Birth of new
ideas,
inspiration.
Possible new job
or new business
venture.
Great deal of
creative energy;
extremely good
for anyone in
creative
endeavors.
Forces of
strength,
enthusiasm,
excitement.
May represent
an entirely new
way of life.

Two of Wands
Future choices
and decisions will
have to be made.
Need to focus on
future plans and
devote the effort
necessary for
success.
May indicate a
partnership, so
collaborations
and negotiations
with others may
be significant.
Two of Wands is a
positive card,
showing
movement in
direction of goals
and ambitions.
When making a
choice,
remember to pay
attention to your
instincts.

Three of Wands
Some goals have
been achieved
but more work
remains dont
stop now.
Investments
made in new
pursuits are about
to pay off.
A feeling of
dreams can
come true.
Indicates
progress, success
at the outset,
need for more
planning to move
forward.

Four of Wands
Stability and
harmony
resulting from
hard work done
before.
Might be alright
to take a break
or some time off
now but be
careful it doesnt
become
permanent.
General good
feelings,
contentment
with yourself and
life in general.

Five of Wands
Instability,
uncertainty,
change (all fives
in general).
Conflicts,
differences of
opinion, petty
squabbling, power
games may not
be big problems
and can probably
be overcome.
If this is whats
happening around
you, not to you,
think hard before
becoming
involved.
Although staying
out of it may be
easiest, and may
also be the right
choice, remember that avoiding
competition can
lead to
stagnation.
Now may not be
the best time to present new ideas to others.

Six of Wands
Harmony and
balance.
Your efforts and
achievements
will be
recognized by
others.
May indicate a
promotion
coming up.
Well-deserved
success, even
possibly victory.
Six of Wands is
generally the
bearer of good
news.

Seven of Wands
Indicates
completion of a
cycle; may
indicate changes.
Ideas or beliefs
may be
challenged.
Remain calm,
have selfconfidence, have
courage to stand
up for your
beliefs.

Eight of Wands
Swift-moving
energy.
Sudden bursts of
activity or
excitement, often
following the
arrival of good
news.
May represent
travel.

Nine of Wands
You may feel
exhausted, all
energy spent,
cant go another
step.
Success is closer
than you think
and you do have
the inner energy
you need to keep
going.
Persevere this is
not the time to
stop; one more
push.

Ten of Wands
You may feel
overcome with
responsibilities
that are making
you weary.
Something that
started as a
good idea may
have become/be
becoming a
burden.
Be careful about
taking on more
than you can
handle.
Remember life is
about balance.

Page of Wands
As a child or young
person:
Active, energetic,
action-oriented,
cheerful.
May seem
fearless.
"Loveable rogue".
As an event:
Good news
coming in, usually
swiftly may be
related to work
may be letters,
phone calls,
emails, or word of
mouth.

Knight of Wands
As a young man:
Energetic,
adventurous,
warm and
exciting.
Full of ambitious
ideas but apt to
be a little hasty.
As an event:
Frequently
appears when
someone is
about to change
residence.
May also signify
a long journey.

Queen of Wands
An adult woman:
Thrives on being
busy.
Endless energy.
Ambitious, sometimes overly so,
sometimes makes
herself so busy
she can't attend
to all the details
to follow through.
Quantity over
quality is a
problem but may
be easily forgiven
because of her
humorous or
cheerful nature.
May be hottempered and
slow to forgive a
perceived wrong.
If she perceives
shes been
crossed, she may
become catty or
duplicitous.

King of Wands
An adult man:
Enjoys
challenges.
Frequently found
in leadership
roles, official or
unofficial.
Optimistic,
energetic,
confident,
friendly.
Good at
motivating
others.
May be quite
physical.
Likes to have a
feeling of
freedom to do
things his own
way.
Easily bored, not
interested in
spending much
time on details.
May be rash,
quick-tempered,
over-confident to the point of arrogance, or have an overinflated ego.

Ace of Cups
New beginnings
or renewal,
especially (but
not neces-sarily
only) in romance
or love.
Emotional
euphoria.
Ace of Cups is a
very positive
card.

Two of Cups
Harmony,
balance, kindness.
Silent
understanding
that goes beyond
words.
In a stale
relationship, can
bring
reconciliation,
rediscovery of the
emotions that
brought the
couple together in
the first place.
Two of Cups is
always a welcome
sight regarding
romantic
relationships.
May also relate to
important friendships.
Someone who
really knows
you is either in
your life or may
enter soon.

Three of Cups
Emotional
happiness.
Feeling of
togetherness.
Sense of
abundance
and/or
achievement.
May indicate that
there are reasons
to celebrate with
others
weddings,
reunions, new
babies,
birthdays, etc.

Four of Cups
May represent
boredom or inner
discontent even
though
everything
appears to be
alright.
May be feeling
the grass is
greener
somewhere else.
May be a warning
against overindulgence out of
boredom or a
desire to escape.
Dont let this
feeling make you
miss new
opportunities or
invitations.
Instead of looking
for ways to avoid
a bad situation,
seek ways to
confront and
change it.

Five of Cups
May be feeling
disappointment,
perhaps feeling
let down by
others.
May sometimes
indicate the loss
of a relationship
and the resulting
natural grieving
process.
Your logical mind
is probably
somewhat
clouded by these
feelings at this
time; there may
be other positive
things in the
situation which
you are currently
not seeing.
May be so
focused on that
which is lost that
you dont see
what is still there.
It may seem as though all is lost but it could be a temporary situation or a temporary feeling.

Six of Cups
Someone or
something from
the past returns
may or may
not be romantic
but is not strictly
limited to love
life.
Person/situation
from the past
may bring
happiness and
satisfaction.
If situation is not
positive, Six of
Cups may
indicate a
nostalgia or
being stuck in
the past that is
preventing you
from moving
forward.
Contact with
nostalgia or the
past, even
tempo-rarily, can
help get recentered again.

Seven of Cups
Choices may be
presented,
resulting in
difficulty making
a decision.
Now is a time to
be practical and
review the
options
realistically.

Eight of Cups
Abandonment,
usually by you as
opposed to
happening to
you.
A situation that is
no longer
fulfilling, or has
become a
disappointment.
Acknowledgement of
a long-held
feeling of
disillusionment.

Nine of Cups
Achievement of
an important
goal that brings
you fulfillment.
Indicates you
will feel well
pleased.
Nine of Cups is
one of the most
promising of the
Tarot,
sometimes
called the wish
card.

Ten of Cups
Perfect
realization of
emotional love.
Happiness in
your home life,
with the promise
of lasting
success in a
relationship.

Page of Cups
As a child or young
person:
Kind, thoughtful,
gentle.
Creative, artistic.
Well-behaved,
polite.
Sensitive to
others,
sometimes
overly sensitive
to criticism or
lifes realities.
As an event:
Happy news,
generally of an
emotional
nature.

Knight of Cups
As a young man:
Romantic,
idealistic.
As an event:
Symbolizes
emotional energy.
Represents offers
coming to you
accompanied by
much excitement.

Queen of Cups An
adult woman:
Kind, gentle,
sensitive,
thoughtful,
charming, socially
polite.
Creative, artistic.
Quite in tune with
her inner world,
into which she
can move quite
easily which can
make her seem
detached.
Prefers one-onone friends and
conver-sation, as
opposed to large
groups.
Usually quite
feminine and
empathetic.
Can at times be
melancholy or
prone to shifting
moods.
Dislikes speaking
out since it seems like confrontation to her.
Needs harmony.
Very sensitive to feelings of others.
Good listener, offers support.
Makes you feel she truly cares.
Often found in the helping/caring/healing professions.
Can be easily hurt due to her sensitive nature.
Harsh words or actions can cut her deeply.
As they get older, they may become protective of their
feelings.
May sometimes be dreamy or unrealistic.
Can sometimes have a victim mentality.
May be easily led by others or can be manipulative herself.

King of Cups An
adult man:
Warm, genuine,
easy-going the
kind of man
almost everyone
likes.
Loyal, kind,
usually familyoriented.
A thoughtful
lover, good
husband, adoring
father.
May seem
emotionally
detached if
wrestling with his
own inner
emotions.
Care and concern
for others.
Not generally
ambitious by
nature but can
still achieve high
positions if driven
by a cause.
May lack drive or backbone.
May dislike conflict to the point of denial.

Ace of Swords
Victory and
triumph over
difficulties.
Great reserves of
inner strength
and clarity of
thought are
required now.
Usually indicates
your mind is
feeling sharper,
clearer.
You have the
ability to
overcome

setbacks/adversity through your own actions.

Two of Swords
Feeling that a
decision needs to
be made but
confusion is
keeping you from
moving one way
or another.
Consider new
approaches to the
deadlock.
May need to
compromise for
the time being.
Take an active
part in your own
destiny.

Three of Swords
Possible upheaval
in family
situations, but
there is hope for
the future.
Compromises
dont always last.
Possibly hurtful
words/emotions
that have been
held in are now
coming out; this
can ultimately
resolve to good
from knowing the
truth.
May represent
physical or
emotional
separation
between people in
couples but not
necessarily a
relationship split,
such as separation
by work or military
service.

Four of Swords
Rest, recovery,
recharging one's
batteries after a
time of struggle,
strain, or stress.
May be
experiencing a
need to retreat
inward for comfort
or just too weary
to participate for
now.
Time for rejuvenation is needed.
May also indicate
actual
convalescence
depending on
other
circumstances.

Five of Swords
Deceit may be
involved.
Someone may
have a hidden
agenda.
May indicate
dishonor, defeat,
or loss be
careful.
You may be in an
unwinnable argument with
someone. Best
course may be
walking away,
cut your losses.

Six of Swords
Moving out of
stormy weather
into calmer
times.
Remember that
our experiences
become part of
who we are and
shape how we
move forward.

Seven of Swords
Situations that
don't go as
expected.
Plain bad luck.
Forewarned is
forearmed.
May indicate the
possible need for
diplomacy and
tact to
successfully deal
with heavyhanded methods.

Eight of Swords
Feeling restricted.
Fear is stopping
you from moving
forward.
Your selfconfidence may
be shaken.
Important to stay
calm and remain
strong, not to
give in to the
paralysis you may
be feeling.
It might be time
to look at a
situation
differently.

Nine of Swords
Feelings of
suffering,
disappointment,
despair, but note
that the swords
are not actually
touching the
person on the
card.
Fear may be
making more
problems for you
than the
thing/person/circumstance
you're afraid of.
Negative
emotions can be
selfperpetuating.
Our fears can
blind us, making
what might
happen appear
worse than the
situation actually
is.

Ten of Swords
Possible feeling
of loss due to the
end of a difficult
situation.
Remember that a
loss can be a
release and a
time to consider
new beginnings.
Remember that
life moves in
cycles.
Can warn about
ruined plans but,
even if so,
consider the
possibility that
they weren't
"meant to be" in
the grand
scheme of things.
If in a "future"
position, usually
acts as a warning
the outcome is
dependent on the
actions you take
to avoid the
problem.

Page of Swords
As a child or young
person:
Quick-minded.
Cool, deep, takes
everything in but
doesnt say
much.
Analytical.
Upset by injustice
since they
believe in
following the
rules.
May appear
insensitive to
others feelings.
As an event:
Represents
delayed news or
disappointing
news.
May indicate
minor or low-level
problems with or
for a child.

Knight of Swords
As a young man:
Quick-minded but
serious.
Sometimes
impatient.
Strong character.
Strangely
magnetic.
Has a forthright
manner that may
make him seem
insensitive
sometimes.
As an event:
Energy that
moves so swiftly
it seems chaotic.
May indicate
swift action is
needed, or
sudden changes
coming.
Importance of
seeing things as
they really are to
be able to deal
with them
appropriately.

Queen of Swords
An adult woman:
Strong sense of
fair play.
Good reasoning,
excellent
perception.
Inner strength
which may have
been gained
through personal
suffering.
Independent
streak.
Happy and
confident in her
own right,
capable taking
care of her own
affairs.
Simply a strong
and independent
woman.
Source of
strength and will
defend you if she
believes you are
right.
Speaks her mind,
usually has a ring of truth.
Well organized and efficient.
Champion for just causes that require a certain toughness
to support them.
Fast thinker.
Analytical mind, enjoys things that challenge her keen
mind or wit.
May sometimes be overly critical or intolerant.
Not someone to pick an argument with.

King of Swords An
adult man:
Cool detached air,
may be difficult to
fathom.
Still waters run
deep.
Usually strong
with an easy air
of authority.
Rational,
analytical thinker.
Prefers logic to
emotion.
Likes clear/set
rules.
Often found in
uniform.
Usually very
articulate with a
sharp wit and
ability to think
quickly and
responsibly.
Gives the distinct
impression he is
evaluating you.
Careful where he
places his trust.
Is an excellent friend who gives good advice when asked.
May seem impersonal or lacking sensitivity.
May even be cruel or bullying, able to switch off his
emotions.

Ace of Pentacles
Represents
prosperity,
material gains.
The start of
something that
could lead to
good financial
reward.
Good card to see
if considering
starting a new
financial/
business venture.
May signify
documents that
hold material
importance.
May indicate a
lump sum of
money, gifts, or
an inheritance.
Inclination to be
rooted now, as
opposed to
flying.
Inclination to do
solid work,
create, make, etc.

Two of Pentacles
Represents the
effort needed to
successfully
maintain a
balance in life.
Trying to keep
more than one
project going
simultaneously,
or maybe
juggling finances.
Balancing home
and work.
You may feel like
youre juggling,
but relief is on its
way.
Be careful to
keep things
balanced and
signs are good
that things can
go smoothly.

Three of Pentacles
Through your
efforts, youre
beginning to see
some success.
You may be
recognized for
your work.
May indicate the
initial stages of
completion of
activities on a
successful note.
Although
generally
considered from
the standpoint of
financial or work
success, may
also indicate
that, if you have
undertaken new
measures to
improve/protect
health, they will
start paying off.

Four of Pentacles
Being focused on
goals, perhaps on
financial matters.
May have a fear
of loss leading to
feeling that you
want to hold onto
everything too
hard.
Card frequently
shows up when
theres an
element of being
overly cautious.
You may need to
let go or
unclutch a little
bit to move the
situation forward.
Look to making
the best of what
you have,
including to the
betterment of
others, instead of
hoarding.

Five of Pentacles
Supplies a
warning to pay
careful attention
to your finances
to guard against
loss.
Be prepared for
loss financial,
health, other.
Temporary
hardships.
This too shall
pass -- help is
available in some
form if you look
more closely.
Not a good time
to enter into new
financial commitments or
agreements.
Dont succumb to
the fear that it
will never get
better. Things
will improve.

Six of Pentacles
Material gains
and being in a
position to share
with others.
A pay increase
may be coming
your way.
If money has
been outstanding
or expected, this
card may mean
its about to be
received.

Seven of Pentacles
Hard work and
patience will be
rewarded.
Expect some
form of good
news concerning
your financial
situation.
All manner of
financial applications or sales are
well aspected.

Eight of
Pentacles
Often referred
to as the
apprenticeship
card.
May signify
learning a new
skill or even a
change in
profession.
May show up
when theres an
offer of new
employment or
taking a new
position.
May also mean
entering a
learning
establish-ment
such as a
university.
Card often
means that
existing talents
can be used to
create a
venture that will
bring financial gains.
Good time to look at vocational matters more closely,
especially if youve considered changing career paths.

Nine of Pentacles
Financial
security usually
through ones
own efforts.
Finances should
be now (or
soon) sufficient
to allow some
comforts in life.

Ten of Pentacles
Signifies
financial and
family stability.
Consider a
review of wills,
trusts, life
insurance, etc.,
to ensure they
are all in good
order, to
safeguard your
material
possessions.
Represents the
satisfaction of
feeling materially
secure.

Page of
Pentacles
As a child or young
person:
Studious or
academic,
enjoys studying
and learning.
Hardworking,
well-behaved,
polite.
Self-disciplined
Has love and
respect for
animals.
Not a party
animal.
As an event:
Good news that
will bring
welcome
changes,
possibly
financial but
perhaps not,
into your life.

Knight of
Pentacles
As a young man:
Methodical.
Can be
depended upon
to always bring
results in the
end.
Steady and
trustworthy,
reliable.
As an event:
Always pleased
to see this card
something you
have been
waiting for is
finally coming
through.

Queen of
Pentacles An
adult woman:
Warm, generous.
Practical.
Money-conscious.
Not afraid of hard
work.
Good business
woman.
Recognizes the
value of doing
things correctly.
Pleasant to
others.
Socially
poised/correct.
Works tirelessly.
Prepared to go
the extra mile.
Appreciates
steadfastness,
routine.
May be stubborn,
want to do things
her own way.
May have jealous
nature.
May be easily
taken advantage of because of her generous nature.

King of Pentacles
An adult man:
At ease with
himself and his
position in the
world.
Usually
financially
successful.
Strong
character,
dependable and
steadfast.
Anger doesnt
last. long,
doesnt brood.
Values family
and tradition.
Not afraid of
hard work, sees
things through to
completion.
Patient.
Often generous
with his money
but never
stupidly so.
May be
stubborn.
May be exceedingly blunt about things.

The Fool (0)


Every
conceivable
possibility exists
in this moment.
Unexplored
potential.
Unexpected
opportunities
may suddenly
appear that
could bring
welcome
changes.
You need to
remain open to
the possibility of
having to make
a major choice,
perhaps out of
the blue.
There are times
to make leaps
of faith. Is this
one such time?
Reminder to
listen to the
voice of your
inner child
recalling how exciting a new adventure can be.

The Magician (I)


Fine-tuned
abilities and
skill.
You have all the
skills and
abilities
necessary to
handle a task
well and bring it
to a successful
conclusion.
Apply yourself
with
concentration
and willpower in
order to
succeed you
have all the
potential you
need.
Now is a time
for action and
initiation in any
new ventures.
Reminder to
have
confidence.

The High Priestess


(II)
Now is a time to
follow your
intuition and
trust your
instincts.
Mystery and
secrets.
There may be
more depth to a
particular matter
than you have
seen so far.
May indicate a
secret about to
become known
that would be to
your benefit.
Look at the
situation again
you may have
missed
something
before.
Indicates a desire
for knowledge
and learning;
may also show
an interest in deeper/more complex areas of life.

The Empress (III)


Represents
growth,
prosperity,
fertility.
Brings happy
conclusions to
matters.
Promises good
rewards for work
and efforts.
Brings situations
to fruition.
Nurturing in all
its forms,
turning to
fulfilled
potential.
Can represent
pregnancy/birth/
motherhood,
solid happy
relation-ships,
marriage.
All in all a
wonderfully
positive card,
especially for
those seeking input on relation-ships or fertility matters.

The Emperor (IV)


Important to
think rationally
especially when
others are
involved.
Sign of financial
stability,
ambition,
authority,
achievement.
Need to keep a
calm head at
this time.
When making
decisions at this
time, give more
weight to the
facts than to
your emotions.
Powerful card
that is a
wonderful omen
for business and
career matters;
you are in a
powerful
position to
achieve your
goals.
May also represent a powerful male influence.

The Hierophant
(V)
May indicate
help from a wise
trusted person,
someone you
hold in trust and
high regard.
Suggests
conformity and
conventional or
set ways of
thinking, that
may be making
change difficult.
May represent
influence of
traditional values
and moral ethics.
May indicate the
need to find a
deeper meaning
to life by
exploring
spiritual matters.

The Lovers (VI)


Human love and
relationships in
all their glory or
complexity.
Harmony of
combined
polarities.
May indicate
the need to
make choices or
decisions in or
regarding a
relationship.
Generally a
positive card
unless badly
aspected.

The Chariot (VII)


There is a great
deal of potential
but the end result
depends on the
effort expended
to make it a
reality.
Triumph through
hard work.
Self-discipline is
required now but
it can lead to
victory.
Focus and
perseverance are
also necessary.
Tends to show an
inner conflict
(rather than
external) that
needs to be
resolved in order
to have a positive
outcome.
May indicate
travel, depending
on other
cards/circumstances.

Strength (VIII)
Patience and
diplomacy (as
opposed to
aggression),
when combined
with courage,
will achieve
required results.
This card
generally
indicates you
have a reserve
of inner strength
that gives you
more power
than you realize.
Your strength
may best be
used through
quiet
determination.

The Hermit (IX)


Signifies careful
thought and
contemplation,
withdrawal from
the outside
world to reflect
and find inner
wisdom.
You may find
comfort in
solitude at this
time.
You have within
you all the
answers you
need, but you
might need
some
introspection for
them to become
clear.

The Wheel of
Fortune (X)
Represents the
cycles of life,
showing the
transient nature
of things.
Can indicate the
commencement
of a new cycle
when progress
can be made.
Make the most of
this fortunate
time change is
always just
around the
corner.

Justice (XI)
Now is a time to
make balanced
decisions that will
affect where your
path leads you in
the future.
Reminder that
balance is always
needed when
making decisions
or choices.
May imply legal
documents or
processes.
This card usually
carries beneficial
connotations.

The Hanging Man


(XII)
Card looks bad
but closer
inspection shows
he could easily
release himself if
so desired; his
position appears
to be by choice
or simple lack of
action.
There may be an
opportunity to
look at things
from a different
perspec-tive,
which could bring
a solution
through better
understanding.
Can indicate
delayed gratification or selfsacrifice (not in
the literal sense).
Sometimes we
need to let go of
some-thing in the
short term in order to gain something more beneficial in
the long term.

Death (XIII)
The image is a
symbolic one,
not a literal one!
Heralds the end
of one phase of
some aspect of
your life to make
way for a new
one.
Represents major
change and
trans-formation,
positive or
negative.
To benefit from
change, we have
to stay open to it
and know that
every life
experience gives
us the
opportunity for
major growth
and learning on
some level.
We can be
released from
that which is no
longer useful/ productive/benefi-cial in our lives but which
we continue to hold on to just because were afraid of
change.

Temperance (XIV)
Shows opposites
being blended
successfully.
Moderation,
patience,
compromising,
diplomacy,
cooperation.
Successful
integration of
opposite forces.
Receptive
environ-ment for
reconcilia-tion if
that is
needed/desired.
Balanced
emotions
(Justice card
represents
balanced
thought).
Always a lovely
and gentle card,
difficult to find
any negative
aspects.
Often brings or heralds healing.

The Devil (XV)


As with the Death
card, this card is
symbolic, not
literal!
A situation is
dragging you
down and you
feel helpless to
change it.
May represent a
sort of
enslavement,
whether to an
ideal, an
addiction, or an
unhealthy
relationship.
May also
represent
overindulgence,
when seen as a
form of selfenslavement.
May indicate
secret plans being
made, either by
yourself or by
those around you.
May stand for mystery or the unknown, perhaps even
being blind to something.
Pentacle in the background reminds us of the earthly
element of our physical selves.
Can represent a passionate or compelling relationship with
a strong physical attraction (although not necessary a
positive one view the larger situation), even perhaps a
healthy or improving sex life.

The Tower (XVI)


The tower itself
represents
man-made
beliefs and
philosophies,
sometimes false,
and the lightning
is the moment of
illumination,
allowing you to
see things as
they really are.
Something that
has been built
on illusion or
false beliefs is
probably now
coming to an
end.
Having the
ability to now
see the truth
and to rebuild
for the future,
this time with a
more solid
foundation.
Can foretell a
sudden or unex-pected ending that may bring a sense of
catastrophe or chaos with it.
Can relate to any area of life.
This card may simply be forcing you to acknowledge
something of this nature when you have been in a state of
denial.
Each situation is different, so the Tower may be related to
something already happening or something to come
consider how you can prepare yourself if it something that
may be coming, and how you can improve matters
afterward, in either case.
Handle this card delicately because of the fear it can
engender.

The Star (XVII)


Represents
renewal, in the
life-giving
aspects of the
water and light.
Traditionally a
good card,
representing
hope, peace, and
faith.
Always a
welcome card.
Stars are helpful
guides on our
pathways
through life.
Have faith and
feel safe in the
know-ledge that
better times are
ahead.
Can bring
healing after an
illness, if
relevant.
Have belief in
yourself.
Plans being
made show promise; success is attainable.
If there is a new relationship, this card shows harmony and
a good future.
For someone who has been hurt in love, the Star brings
encouragement and confidence to put that behind and be
ready to find love again.

The Moon (XVIII)


Represents
illusionary
situations,
possible
deceptions,
feelings of
uncertainty.
Feelings of
intuition and
gut instincts
are heightened.
Emotions are
highly charged
and fluctuating.
Card is a
warning to be
careful not to
jump to conclusions; in the
Moons light
things may look
different from
how they really
are.
Theres often
much more to a
situation than
first meets the
eye; be watchful and dont act in haste.
Take your time until the situation has unfolded and
revealed itself more clearly.

The Sun (XIX)


One of the most
positive cards in
the deck.
Brings
happiness,
success,
triumph,
prosperity, good
health.
Means happy
relationships and
contentment.
The Sun tends to
shine favorably
on almost any
situation.
Make the most
of all the Suns
favorable
aspects.

Judgement (XX)
Known as the
karmic card
for better or for
worse, its as
you sew, so shall
you reap and
what goes
around comes
around.
Depicts
resurrection,
renewal, revival.
Dormant matters
can come back to
life.
It is possible to
make a fresh
start but it is also
important to take
stock first.
General feeling of
rejuvenation.
Health matters
show
improvement, if
that is relevant to
the situation.
Represents a time to look forward, with new beginnings
coming.

The World (XXI)


Represents
harmony among
all states inner
and outer, self
and nature.
Assurance of
success, victory,
triumph,
although not
overnight.
Accomplishment
of a goal that has
been steadily
worked toward.
You will enjoy
your welldeserved reward
and feel
delighted with
your
achievements.
Indicates
attainment,
success,
confidence,
happiness, a
sense of
completion and
fulfillment.
Depending on circumstances, may indicate travel or a new
home that brings happiness.