Are the meaning of all Tarot Cards the same?
Ok so i got tarot cards for the first time and well the directions on how to read them is in chinese…hahaha…so i looked online for the meanings and then i was wondering if the cards from different companies/makers differ in meaning
Answer by sunscour
Yes, but different themed decks have different writers. I stick with basic meanings because they were the first and best. [if it aint broke don’t fix it].
Answer by thecityoftownsville_2000
There are no right or wrong Tarot card meanings. The meanings often vary depending on the publisher. It is interesting you should post your question under “card games” for that is the purpose for which the Tarot was created. Tarot was not used for divination until long after the creation of the deck. Tarot was created for card games and people in Europe still play Tarot card games.
Answer by tarot wisdom seeker
Im doing a tarot course with holistic paths to wisdom, they have a free forum, maybe you should join, you can ask all sorts of stuff, not ust about tarot either. All the cards in a deck Do mean different things.
Answer by ind-a-go
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Tarot Card interpretation – I asked “What is my Purpose in Life, and how will I fulfil it?” I got these cards-?
Does anyone know what they mean, or how to interpret them…?
How to fulfil purpose
Ace of cups
King of Cups
If there is anyone who know how to interpret spreads and the cards meanings as a whole, i would be really grateful if you could message, many thx
Thanks for your ‘constructive’ advice so far…..!! have you anything else to do?
Answer by My Evil Twin
Tarot cards are a fantasy designed to fool the foolish into believing they have some control over their destiny via a deck of mystical playing cards, which can be interpreted by a self-proclaimed “expert” … for a price.
There is no meaning, no interpretation. Write your own destiny via self-determination and the power of your own will.
Answer by drumsolo44
you are the empress. your task is to give all your money to the emperor, which, coincidentally, is me.
here is my bank account number. 8675309
send it in.
Answer by Republackan [♥]
I work with playing cards..not tarot..but ill give u my iterpretation
Youre the empress..and once you meet your emperor everything will come together. The guy you are meant to be with is your opposite.
How to fulfill purpose
Be personable and happy with what you have and marriage will come. Stick to your guns…and dont be easily swayed. Be strong wise, and communicate
Answer by _illyanna
The major arcana (Emperess, Emperor, Chariot) are things beyond your control. Things you might influence but not necessarily command by your will. Bare that in mind.
Emperess represents a female force of considerable power or hierarchy. Maybe Mom, maybe boss, who knows. If it was a 3 card spread I would view it as your past. If it was more than three cards involved I would need to know the layout you were using and how they were laid.
The Emperor represents a male force of considerable power. Maybe Dad, or boss, or maybe even lover/spouse. in a three card spread, I would call that your present.
The Chariot represents moving forces, maybe war or conflict or strife. Or on the otherside it can represent moving change or uncertainness since the battle has not been fought yet and has no known outcome. This would be the future in the 3 card spread.
If I were to interpret it based on the information here, I say in your past there was a female entity of some sort who had or has power over you. You are currently in a struggle with a male entity of some sort who sways their power over you which will lead to to some sort of conflict that has no definitive result. It is a very boring answer to your question. You have a life like everyone else and your purpose in life is the same as everyone else’s, to ask questions and seek answers.
Your 2nd question can not be answered at this time without more information. Sorry. Four cards is not a typical spread and can have many different reasons for the layout.
Cups generally mean love or happiness….aka contentment.
Wands generally mean power, knowledge, rulership, growth/renewal.
check the tarot deck you have, they usually come with a booklet that gives basic information. If it’s not there then seek out ye’ ol’ Bookstore and find a book that spells it out for ya’ until you understand the tarot better for your own more personal readings.
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