I need help with certain tarot card meanings?
This reading is related to love. Positive answers only please.
The High Priestess Reversed
Four of Swords Reversed
Four of Wands Reversed
Four of Cups Reversed
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Suggestion by mert
High Priestess R = too much arrogance, cocky, not considering advices, emotional unstability, “just fun guy”, domination of superficial information
Four of Swords R= confinement, hard isolation period, you need to be cautious, depression, cowardy, a new enterprising, social activiy
Four of Wands R= Disappointments, not accepting facts, arrogance, restricted life
Four of Cups R= hunger, unsatisfaction, illness, needing rest, a start of new relationship, not new oppurtinities..
Suggestion by Cindy
The High Priestess reversed indicates you are blocking your intuition – “refusing to see”. Listen to your heart and your head about this question.
The 4 of Swords reversed – if you are currently in a relationship, you may need to put extra effort into “being with” your partner. You may be distracted or tired and you need to relax and focus on your relationship. If you are looking, try something new – fixups, new clubs, a different crowd.
The 4 of Wands reversed – unexpected good fortune. If in a relationship, it grows stronger. If looking, your chances are good to meet someone.
The 4 of Cups reversed – Stop looking back – it’s holding you back. This might mean it’s time to move on from an ended relationship, or that you need to forgive and forget something in a current relationship. Again, I would look at the first card and search your heart.
I hope this is helpful to you.
Suggestion by Gypsy
The High Priestess Reversed – It might be difficult for the quarrent to tap into the energy and or vibes around their partner or love interest. maybe they are not sure how they feel for them. This card urges you to ask questions before assuming anything. If asking whether a certain someone likes you, they do.
Four of Swords Reversed – Effort must be made in the relationship to re connect maybe one of you is feeling distant.. If single and you want to find love, change your tactic. You might have to go into unchartered territory to find love or outside your confort zone.
Four of Wands Reversed – A relationship will become more commited and or serious in the near future. You might be invited to a wedding or special occassion. Celebrations are near. This card also urges for the quarrent to think positive, what you want is around the corner, don’t give up.
Four of Cups Reversed -Comingf out of a rut. Living life again, moving on with your life, leaving the past behind.
tarot card meanings that are really simple?
can someone type or send me a link that give me the meanings for the cards but in the most simplest way? including the upside down ones aswell? thank you:))
Suggestion by Slighly Amused
Lay the cards out in a seven card spread one after another.
Card #1 represents the root of the issue
Card #2 – What bring s joy to the situation
Card #3 is what give the issue power
Card #4 is love and how it presents itself
card #5 is communication
Card #6 is pysche or the inutitive process
Card #7 is widsom or the spititual nature of the question
Hope that helps. This is the spread I use mainly.
Suggestion by vid
Tarot meanings vary from reader to reader and book to book. I suggest you buy the book “Power Tarot” as that is one of the best books I’ve seen for beginners. However, it does not include reversed–upside down–cards. Many advanced readers suggest to those that are just starting to not use reversals. Shuffle in a way so the cards do not get turned around. Many advanced readers will shuffle in a way that they do not get reversals, but if one pops up it is significant and should be looked at.
There are some very good resources out there, but nobody could possibly type all 78 meanings upright and reversed=156 meanings total to be inclusive and to fit in YA!
I suggest you get a good book or two. Also, almost anything by Mary K. Greer is good. She also has a book about reversals. Hope that helps…
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Suggestion by thorndrose
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What are the meanings of regular playing cards when they are normal and inverted in a tarot card reading?
I am trying to learn how to learn how to do tarot card readings with regular playing cards, but every website I have gone to so far have not said what the inverted meanings of all the cards are. I know it would be a lot easier to just go out and buy a regular deck of tarot cards, but my parents refuse to allow me to get them. Help please?
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There is a website that gives the equivalent meaning. Give me a few minutes to find it.
Couldn’t find it. I starred you Q for my contacts who are better at this than I.
Suggestion by Kristen T
It means that the energy represented is hidden or not yet manifested. A lot depends on your own intuition. I read the cards & practiced some other psychic reading tools, & it backfired on me-giving me chronic headaches & a nervous condition which was cured through meditation. Best is to follow your parent’s advice.
Suggestion by KdS
Well, I think the main reason they don’t usually give the meanings for reversals, are that most modern playing card decks can’t make reversals (the cards are usually mirrored for both sides.) However, for tarot, there are three modes of deciding meanings for reversals that would work for a playing card as well, as described in the book The Cartomancer’s Key :–
Consider it to be the opposite of the upright meaning.
Consider it to be the negative side of the upright meaning (like the downside of a card meaning “success” might be “responsibility” or “hard work”)
Consider it to indicate a blockage of the card’s upright meaning (so for a card that would upright mean “success” it could mean “inability to achieve success.”)
As for the upright meanings, the same book lists a method for reading them.
Hope this helps.
Suggestion by souls.journey
If you lightly mark the bottom of the cards face with a marker, you’ll know if its reversed by how it falls in your spread. Markings on top would be reversed.
Provided you have the basics, any Tarot site can help you understand the definitions.
Spades = Swords
Hearts = Cups
Clubs = Wands
Diamonds = Pentacles
But remember, you need to add your Court cards and Major Arcana. You can do this by simply getting another deck of playing cards! 🙂 Write in the name of the Court Cards or Major Arcana. Traditional Tarot has 16 court cards and 22 Major Arcana. This sounds like a neat project actually! Shows devotion to the craft of reading well and this is always a pleasure to see! 🙂
You may find numerology helpful as well for card divination.
Feel free to join our Tarot group ~ plenty of people willing to help!
Good luck and blessings, Elise
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