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I still remember the day I started my tarot journey as if it was yesterday. I’d bought my first deck and opened it to figure out that there are 78 cards with different meanings. I just thought: “How on earth am I going to remember 78 meanings?”.
You might have the same thoughts when you just bought your first deck. If so, don’t freak out and just start playing around.
You will notice that the more you get accustomed to the cards, the more they can give you great insights. They can help you in the way you perceive and deal with the challenges in your life and can serve as a tool for self-exploration, identifying repeating negative patterns, transformations, and personal growth.
To know more about tarot card meanings and tarot decks, I’ve created a complete tarot card list with summaries of the most important meanings of each card, both for the Rider-Waite cards and the Modern Way cards. When you are a Tarot beginner, this will help you tremendously like many of my readers before you.
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THE COMPLETE LIST OF TAROT CARDS
Immerse yourself in the enchanting world of Tarot, a mystical universe composed of 78 evocative cards, each brimming with profound symbolism, vivid imagery, and captivating narratives. This intricate deck is bifurcated into two awe-inspiring sections – the Major Arcana and the Minor Arcana.
We will start this tarot cards list with the 22 Major Arcana cards, followed by the 56 Minor Arcana cards.
Click any of the cards from the list below to learn its in-depth meaning.
The Major Arcana Tarot Cards
Embark with us on a transformative exploration of the Major Arcana – a compelling suite of 22 tarot cards that form the very heart of the Tarot deck. These potent cards serve as a mirror to our soul’s deepest wisdom, echoing life’s profound lessons, karmic currents, and the grand archetypal narratives shaping our existence and the journey toward self-realization.
Imagine arranging the Major Arcana cards in a sequence, beginning with 0 (The Fool) and culminating at 21 (The World). What unfolds is a captivating narrative, akin to a spiritual odyssey, often referred to as ‘The Fool’s Journey’. This journey encapsulates the profound transformation of The Fool, from naivety to enlightenment, mirroring our own life’s journey.
The Fool, as the protagonist of the Major Arcana, embarks on a mystical voyage across each card, encountering new guides and unlocking life-altering wisdom. This symbolic expedition mirrors our individual quest for understanding, growth, and fulfillment. As we move from card to card, we navigate the cosmos of human experiences, from the innocence of The Fool to the fulfillment of The World, each card revealing a facet of our complex existence.
The Major Arcana invites you to step into the world of introspection and intuition, unveiling the underlying patterns and cosmic forces that drive your life. Each card serves as a spiritual compass, guiding you through life’s twists and turns, and helping you traverse the path of enlightenment. In the vast tapestry of the Tarot, the Major Arcana cards weave a narrative that is as profound as it is enlightening, providing insightful commentary on our collective human experience.
The Fool (0)
The Fool tarot card is the number 0 of the Major Arcana, which stands for the number of unlimited potentials. To see the Fool tarot card generally indicates that you are on the verge of an unexpected and exciting new adventure. This may require you to take a blind leap of faith.
There will be a rewarding experience that will contribute to your growth as a human being. The new adventure could be a literal one and may involve traveling to a new land or territories you’ve never visited before.
The Magician (1)
The Magician tarot card reveals how your wishes and desires can be realized through determination and willpower. When this card shows up in your reading, you can be assured that you have the drive to make your dreams happen.
Just remember that you are powerful and if you create your inner world, the outer will follow. Yet, you have to focus and concentrate on achieving your dream. Get rid of any discretions and make a detailed plan to stay on track.
The High Priestess (2)
|Upright||Intuitive, unconscious, divine feminine|
|Reversed||Repressed feelings, withdrawal, silence|
|Yes or No||Yes|
When the High Priestess appears upright in a tarot reading she usually indicates a time for learning and listening to your intuition rather than prioritizing your intellect and conscious mind.
She tells you to slow down and reflect on what you’ve learned and to acquire even more knowledge before making a decision or taking action.
Her wisdom encourages you to relinquish the grip of anxiety over the end result, and instead, place your faith in the discernment of these metaphorical gatekeepers. This figure embodies the serenity of trust and the power of surrender, inviting you to step into the unknown with a courageous and open heart.
The Empress (3)
|Upright||Femininity, nurturing, fertility, abundance|
|Reversed||Dependence, smothering, emptiness|
|Yes or No||Yes|
The upright Empress tarot card in a reading calls on you to connect with your feminine side. This can be translated in many ways – think of creativity, elegance, sensuality, fertility, and nurturing. She tells you to be kind to yourself and search for beauty and happiness in your life.
The Empress often brings strong bursts of creative or artistic energy. This creative energy may not only be in the form of a painting or art project, but also in other forms of expressing yourself creatively, like music or drama.
The Emperor (4)
|Upright||Authority, structure, a father figure|
|Reversed||Excessive control, rigidity, domination|
|Yes or No||Yes|
As the counterpart of the Empress, the Emperor signifies the husband who is constant and trustworthy. He is confident, in control of his emotions, and an example of masculine energy. He is the paternal figure in life that brings structure and security, creates rules and systems, and conveys knowledge.
As a ruler, he leads with a firm hand and demands respect and authority. With careful planning, a highly organized approach, and perseverance, the Emperor can overcome any problem that’s thrown at him.
This new level of mastery won’t just happen. You have to pursue your goals similarly to the way that the Emperor does, structured, strategically, and with a lot of perseverance.
The Hierophant (5)
|Upright||Spiritual wisdom, tradition, conformity, morality, ethics|
|Reversed||Rebellion, subversiveness, freedom, personal beliefs|
|Yes or No||Neutral|
When the Hierophant tarot card is upright in a reading, it represents a necessity to follow existing conventions, rules, or a well-established procedure.
It advises you to maintain conventional boundaries that are considered a standard method. Rather than being inventive and breaking norms, you will be familiarized with certain traditions, beliefs, and systems which exist already for quite a long time.
The Hierophant tarot card embodies a customary set of spiritual beliefs and is frequently associated with religion and other formal ideologies. Thus, this card suggests that you learn the necessary values from a trusted source such as a mentor or a spiritual counselor.
The Lovers (6)
|Upright||Love, harmony, partnerships, choices|
|Reversed||Disbalance, one-sidedness, disharmony|
|Yes or No||Yes|
The Lovers tarot card in the upright position can imply that you have major life-changing choices to make or are faced with a dilemma. Temptation is often part of that choice or dilemma.
You may feel unsure about what direction you should take or who to trust. Or you may have to choose between contradicting and equally unifying options. The Lovers in Tarot advises you to don’t automatically go for the easy road (temptation).
First, gather the information you need to make the right decision. If you face the problem and contemplate it wisely, it will lead you to greater things.
The Chariot (7)
|Upright||Direction, control, willpower, determination, success, action|
|Reversed||Lack of control, opposition, lack of direction, self-discipline|
|Yes or No||Yes|
When the upright Chariot tarot card shows up in a tarot reading, it tells you that now is the time to get what you want. Consider this card as a sign of encouragement.
The Chariot tarot card is all about overcoming obstacles and achieving your goal through determination, focus, and willpower. You will feel motivated, ambitious, and in control.
This will help you to get a stagnant situation moving again and overcome all the challenges that may be in your path.
Just keep focused and believe in your own abilities and you will achieve your goal. The Chariot tells you that a triumph is waiting for you and that you are fully in control of making it happen.
This may mean that you have to compete with others or that you find yourself in a situation that feels like a battle. You’re pulled in opposite directions or you feel like your strength and confidence are being tested.
|Upright||Strength, courage, compassion, focus, persuasion, influence|
|Reversed||Self-doubt, weakness, insecurity, low energy, raw emotion|
|Yes or No||Yes|
The upright Strength tarot card represents – as the name already suggests – strength, courage, persuasion, and patience. It tells you that you have the power and strength to overcome any obstacle – just like the Chariot.
However, when pulling the strength, you’ll need to act with grace and sensitivity, rather than just using brutal force.
The card also tells you that you have the capacity to stay positive and calm and think logically in stressful situations that test your patience and strength.
Be it through compassion, cunning, or understanding, Strength signifies that you can obtain true control of a situation, and not simply the power to forcefully impose your will.
The Strength tarot card indicates that you are a very persevering person and that you can achieve anything you set your mind to. You’re confident and do not have problems being yourself and speaking up.
You are committed to what you need to do, and you go about it in a very balanced and mature way. Keep behaving this way and you will be successful in anything you want to accomplish.
The Hermit (9)
|Upright||Wisdom, soul searching, solitude, spiritual enlightenment, receiving or giving guidance|
|Reversed||Loneliness, isolation, paranoia, sadness, being overcome or paralyzed by fear|
|Yes or No||Yes|
In the upright position, the Hermit is a compelling card. Just as beacons of light often guide ships to the shore, this sage is ushering in a period of personal growth and exploration. The Hermit represents wisdom earned by seeking the highest truth.
Often, looking for answers requires time alone with few distractions. It requires introspection and concentrating less on the senses.
Although this can seem a little scary at first, committing to a personal quest for truth can be one of the most rewarding experiences of life.
Wheel of Fortune (10)
|Upright||Chance, destiny and fate, karma, turning points|
|Reversed||Upheaval, lousy luck, unwelcome change, setbacks|
|Yes or No||Yes|
The Wheel of Fortune is ruled by Jupiter, the planet of good fortune and expansion. If the Wheel of Fortune tarot card arrives upright, you are in luck.
Whether you believe in destiny or not, things are lining up for your benefit. Think of surprising offers and new opportunities. Your personal vision will also increase as life’s tempo cranks up.
The Wheel of Fortune tarot card can also reveal psychic abilities, either within you or someone close. Consider this as a chance to discover more about yourself and to listen to your gut.
Manifest your dreams, now that your energy is aligning with your spirit guides, angels, and other helpers. You can’t control the powers of the universe, but you can definitely grow your understanding of your role in this life and the universe.
Just remember that there is nothing to fear. Everything will work out according to divine intervention and timing.
|Upright||Fairness, integrity, legal disputes, cause and effect, life lessons|
|Reversed||Injustice, dishonesty, failure to take responsibility, deceitful practices, negative karma|
|Yes or No||Neutral|
In the upright position, the Justice tarot card represents cause and effect as well as balanced thought and action.
There are times when we find ourselves the victims of someone else’s malicious intent. If you have been wronged in any way, Justice arrives to restore balance and order.
This isn’t to say that things will work out the exact way that you would like them to. However, pulling this card in reading does give support to the adage “All’s well that ends well.”
The Hanged Man (12)
|Upright||Letting go, sacrificing, pausing to reflect, uncertainty, spiritual development|
|Reversed||Discontentment, stagnation, negative patterns, no solution, fear of sacrifice|
|Yes or No||Maybe|
The Hanged Man represents ‘the waiting game’ that is often a part of life progression.
Although we are rarely happy about being stuck in limbo, there are times when nothing else can be done, and we are forced to be still. This often requires the sacrifice of people and things that we would rather hold on to.
The Hanged Man tarot card wants you to know that sometimes, we have to accept a loss for the greater good. Acceptance and letting go are key if you ever want to move forward.
|Upright||Ending of a cycle, transitions, getting rid of excess, powerful movement, resolutions|
|Reversed||Resisting change, fear of new beginnings, dependency, repeating negative patterns|
|Yes or No||Yes|
One of the reasons that the Death card is such a powerful one in the Upright position is because it carries so many different meanings.
For many readings, the Death Tarot card signifies completing a chapter, putting the past behind you, and cutting out what is unnecessary. It can also signify a transition or middle ground between one phase of life and the next.
The key is to welcome the Death card in a tarot spread instead of avoiding it. What path is number thirteen trying to point you toward? After all, there is no new beginning without an ending.
|Upright||Balance, moderation, good health, cooperating with others, finding solutions|
|Reversed||Imbalance, discord, hastiness, overindulgence, risky behavior|
|Yes or No||Yes|
Avoid all extreme situations when pulling the Temperance card in your reading. Although there are times to ‘go for the jugular,’ this is not the angel’s message. Some situations are complicated and require patience and special care, even when your emotions are telling you to react.
Temperance is actually a skill, and like any other skill, practice makes perfect. Hold back from quick judgment. Resist the temptation to react immediately.
Are there areas of your life in which you need to find balance? Could you benefit from learning to remain calm during moments of distress? Temperance has arrived to help you find the strength to do so.
|Upright||Material focus, trapped in bondage, addictions and depression, negative thinking, betrayal|
|Reversed||Overcoming addiction, independence, reclaiming power, detachment, freedom|
|Yes or No||No|
The Devil is the card of illusion. Although you have total control of your life, beliefs, and choices, the Devil card symbolizes how addiction, depression, and unhealthy bonds can make you feel out of control.
Even social media, exercise, and work can be embodied by the Devil when in excess. Regardless of the nature of your particular problem, the message of the Devil is clear: redirect your attention away from the satisfaction of desires and toward the things that really matter.
The Tower (16)
|Upright||Intense and sudden change, release, painful loss, tragedy, revelation|
|Reversed||Resisting change, avoiding tragedy, a narrow escape, delaying what is inevitable|
|Yes or No||No|
If we had to redesign the Tower card to a more modern-day representation, a crashing airplane would be an accurate alternative image.
The Tower signifies total destruction. If you’ve received the Upright Tower tarot card, prepare for things to be leveled and dismantled.
As with all losses, this will probably be a painful process. It can also lead to a fresh start. Before you are able to make these positive changes, you’ll have first to face the truth about a situation.
Are you prepared to take your blinders off and take this personal crisis head-on? Seeing through illusions and letting go of what you wish things to be is the very first step.
The Star (17)
|Upright||Hope, renewal, creativity and inspiration, generosity, healing|
|Reversed||Despair, lack of hope, creative block, boredom, focusing on the negative|
|Yes or No||Yes|
The universe abundantly blesses you (we). We are continually attracting what we desire through our beliefs and thoughts. When the Star arrives in the upright position, it usually follows a difficult change or traumatic event.
Going through something challenging can take the wind out of our sails and cause us to feel like things will never be the same. This might be true.
Death, loss, heartbreak, and other painful events can change who we are, forever. This doesn’t mean we can’t build something better. What is it that you are trying to heal from? The Upright Star wants you to open your heart, realize your inner strength, and have faith that the best is yet to come.
The Moon (18)
|Upright||Fear, anxiety, confusion, delusion, risk|
|Reversed||Overcoming fear, finding the truth, conquering anxiety, gaining clarity|
|Yes or No||No|
When the Moon tarot card appears in a reading upright, it can mean that you are allowing your imagination and emotions to take control of your life. This may be linked to anxieties, fears, or self-deception.
The Moon falling in a reading is a warning in a sense. You are the crawfish rising from the sea. If you trust your intuition and push forward, you will receive deliverance from what binds you. But first, you must be willing to face the reality of the situation.
The upright Moon can also be some illusion. There may be a hidden truth in your life that you need to uncover. The Moon cautions you from accepting what things seem to be. It may be time to dig a little deeper and allow the light to shine upon the fallacies in your life.
The Sun (19)
|Upright||Happiness, fertility, success, optimism, truth|
|Reversed||Sadness, procrastination, pessimism, lies, failure|
|Yes or No||Yes|
The Sun tarot card in the upright position shows positivity and fulfillment in your life. If you have been going through a hard time and the Sun falls in an upright position, things will quickly improve.
The Sun reminds us to look at the bright side of things and remind ourselves that hard times don’t last forever. Even when we are faced with difficulties, we can choose to ‘make lemonade out of lemons’ and embrace life lessons for what they are: learning tools.
With these lessons under your belt, struggles and sadness will soon be left in the past, and you will be moving on to brighter and better days. You can rest assured knowing that good things are in store for you if this Major Arcana card is front and center.
|Upright||Reflection, inner calling, reckoning, awakening, rebirth, absolution|
|Reversed||Feeling down, self-doubt, missing the call fearlessness|
|Yes or No||Neutral/Yes|
Now is the perfect time to weigh your actions and see to it that they are in line with your values and beliefs.
The things that you did in the past or are doing today – do they reflect your core values and belief? Do they direct you to your goals and purpose?
Without having the clarity of knowing who you truly are, you cannot answer these questions. Take time to ponder on things before going on with your life. In the end, this will be worth it.
Another possible indication is to remind you that there may be choices and vital changes that you will face and you cannot avoid them.
If you have made some in the past, there will be an effect on where you are right now. Moreover, you should face the consequences with an open mind. You cannot do anything about the past – of what is done – and moving forward is your best bet.
The World (21)
|Upright||Fulfillment, harmony, completion, integration, travel, unity|
|Reversed||Incompletion, shortcuts, delays, emptiness|
|Yes or No||Yes|
To encounter the upright World card in a tarot reading is to encounter success and accomplishment. It means that a long-term project, period of study, or any other major event in your life has come full circle and that you accomplished your goals and aspirations.
Despite the difficulties and hardships you’ve encountered, you stood strong and persevered. The seeds you have planted are now blooming and you are reaping the fruit of your labor. Everything has come together, and you are in the right place, doing the right thing, achieving what you have envisioned.
Be proud of what you’ve learned along the way, the progression you’ve made, and your achievements so far. Reflecting on what you’ve already accomplished, may just be what you need to bring your project to completion.
THE MINOR ARCANA TAROT CARDS
Upright: Intuition Reversed: Emotional Loss
Upright: Awakening Reversed: Doubt
Upright: Grief Reversed: Recovery
The remaining 56 cards together make up for what’s called the Minor Arcana. These cards reflect day-to-day events and can give more context and detail to the Major Arcana cards.
The Minor Arcana is divided into 4 suits (of 14 cards each): Wands, Pentacles, Cups, and Swords.
Starting with the Ace, the cards go up from the 2 towards the 10, then closing with four Court cards: Page, Knight, Queen, and lastly, the King (making it 14 cards).
Each of the suits has a ruling element you can see here below, corresponding to specific areas in life:
- Suit of Cups – Element of Water – Emotions & Relationships
- Suit of Pentacles – Element of Earth – Property & Achievement
- Suit of Swords – Element of Air – Wisdom & Communication
- Suit of Wands – Element of Fire – Passion & Inspiration
It’s important to consider these elements and areas when working with the minor arcana cards, making it much easier for an intuitive reading to happen (after a bit of practice of course)!
Suit of Cups
The Suit of Cups is related to the water element and deals with matters of the heart. The primary aspects that surround this suit are love, emotions, and relationships.
Cards of this suit can also bring attention to how you react to your environment. If mostly Cups cards appear in a reading, it is indicative of emotional dealings such as happy family reunions, but also problems in a relationship.
- Ace of Cups – Feeling free, fulfillment, new beginning
- Two of Cups – Happiness, relationships, love
- Three of Cups – Celebrations, good conversation, reunions
- Four of Cups – Depression, missed opportunities, feeling stuck
- Five of Cups – Sadness, loss, loneliness
- Six of Cups – Playful, nostalgic, carefree
- Seven of Cups – Abundance of options, choices, opportunities
- Eight of Cups – Abandonment, travel, letting go
- Nine of Cups – Wishes coming true, fulfilled dreams, prosperity
- Ten of Cups – Happiness, family reunions, harmony
- Page of Cups – Idealism, youthfulness, good news
- Knight of Cups – Romantic proposals, invitations, following your heart
- Queen of Cups – Femininity, kindness, sensitivity
- King of Cups – Good advice, creativity, wisdom
Suit of Pentacles
Pentacles are the earth element and deal with finances, career, and achievement. These cards are known as “money cards” since they are often associated with money-related decisions and financial windfalls. Upright: Conflict Reversed: Respecting Differences
When mostly Pentacles come up in your reading, you are likely seeking answers to the material things in your life. Now that we know the overall theme of these cards let’s have a look at the meanings of each Pentacles card.
- Ace of Pentacles – New beginnings, prosperity, abundance
- Two of Pentacles – Finding balance, multi-tasking, perseverance
- Three of Pentacles – Teamwork, focused effort, mastery
- Four of Pentacles – Release of the past, giving up control, acceptance
- Five of Pentacles – Financial hardship, struggle, lack of faith
- Six of Pentacles – Generosity, shared wealth, prosperity
- Seven of Pentacles – Planning, perseverance, long-term success
- Eight of Pentacles – Ambition, diligence, crafts and talents
- Nine of Pentacles – Independence, prosperity, refinement
- Ten of Pentacles – Inheritance, affluence, good family life
- Page of Pentacles – Sticking to goals, practicality, loyalty
- Knight of Pentacles – Consistency, strong will, improvement
- Queen of Pentacles – Nurturing healer, down-to-earth, gratitude
- King of Pentacles – Enterprising, abundance, stability
Suit of Swords
Ruled by the element of air, the Swords in a tarot reading stand for communication and action. Their strengths provide us with wisdom and clarity. The cards of this suit encourage you to use your head when making decisions.
They can also serve as a warning to pay closer attention to your surroundings – there could be a conflict or an argument on the horizon.
- Ace of Swords – Clarity, sound decision making, a breakthrough
- Two of Swords – Stalemate, coming to crossroads, time to think
- Three of Swords – Heartbreak, sadness, grief
- Four of Swords – Anxiety, chronic stress, chaos
- Five of Swords – Battles, arguments, conflict
- Six of Swords – Letting go of hatred, healing, moving forward
- Seven of Swords – Dishonesty, deceit, manipulation
- Eight of Swords – Feeling stuck, unproductive, hopeless
- Nine of Swords – Despair, hopelessness, anxiety
- Ten of Swords – Mental breakdown, betrayal, failure
- Page of Swords – Youthful, confidence, fairness
- Knight of Swords – Bravery, accomplishment, tenacity
- Queen of Swords – Supportive, empathetic, independent
- King of Swords – Authority, logical, fatherly
Suit of Wands
Like a magic rod, the Suit of Wands represents creativity, intuition, and new ideas. Associated with the element of fire, Wands aren’t passive cards. On the contrary, this suit represents determination and strength.
It’s about pushing the limits to reach your goals and dreams. Spirituality and consciousness are also allies of this suit. The cards address what is truly meaningful to you and tell you more about who you are your core values, and your beliefs.
- Ace of Wands – Creativity, enthusiasm, a fresh start
- Two of Wands – Decisions, travel, personal power
- Three of Wands – Exploration and travel, leadership, moving forward
- Four of Wands – Celebration, excitement, homecoming
- Five of Wands – Competition, disagreements, rivalry, challenges
- Six of Wands – Victory, triumph, recognition
- Seven of Wands – Conviction, strong-willed, determined
- Eight of Wands – Quick action, receiving news, exciting times
- Nine of Wands – Perseverance, stamina, courage
- Ten of Wands – Struggling, overextending, feeling burdened
- Page of Wands – Outgoing, child-like cheerfulness, creative confidence
- Knight of Wands – Charming, self-confident, passionate
- Queen of Wands – Fiery passion, self-assured, wholehearted
- King of Wands – Protective, innovative, inspiring, magnetic
IS YOUR TAROT CARDS LIST COMPLETE NOW?
In the end, reading tarot is always a personal process, and each card is up for your own unique interpretation. Once you have an understanding of the basics of Tarot, you can let your intuition kick in.
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Thank you for your insight! ☺????
She didn’t use a past present future spread as far as I know. She just picked 3 cards & a message from Archangels for my question on whether I could see the man I love in a near future. She said something about High Priestess and The Moon meaning also things we do not know, or things that could change from day to day etc.
I suffer from anxiety & that is affecting my romantic life as well. Probably one of the reasons why The Moon was there. But I know it also speaks about the unknown & I couldn’t stop thinking about other scenarios. In our case, it is also lack of communication, sometimes confusion over stuff in our relationship etc.
On the other hand, regarding The Hierophant, you’re are right, we both like traditional values and I feel like this love was meant to be.
Hi Criss, thank you for the feedback, I am glad to hear that my answer was helpful ????
Hi! I had a short live reading regarding a meeting with the man I love. He’s in another country and due to the current circumstances (plus personal circumstances) we can’t see each other.
I asked if we could see each other in a near future. The cards were a bit confusing, pointing towards “no” but I’m very intrigued by something.
The cards were: The Hierophant, The High Priestess, The Moon and a message from Archangel Jophiel (Liberation).
The person who did the reading said The Hierophant could mean that the man is destined to be mine but I thought afterwards it could mean he’s married (that comes from a negative thinker who rarely “nails” it ????)
Could you give more insight into this, please?
Hi Chriss, thank you for your comment✨ Do you know what kind of spread the person used (past-present-future)? Apart from that here is in short how I interpret these three cards:
– The Hierophant means full commitment, therefore the Hierophant in a love context is a very good sign. It is associated with traditional and solid relationships and indicates that you and your partner are on the same page about pretty much everything. This is not just a normal relationship, but one that feels like “meant to be” and almost sacred.
– The High Priestess on the other hand is a ‘self’ card more than anything else, so she usually shows up in love or social/friendship readings when you need to focus more on having your own desires and needs met.
– Lastly, the Moon in a relationship usually signifies miscommunication. You could be having more frequent arguments with your partner due to this lack of communication. As a result, your relationship will suffer from disharmony and will be strained, as well.
So these three cards combined tell me that this relationship can be “a meant to be” one and that you and your partner are on the same line. However, the other two cards tell me that although this relationship is pretty solid, there might be some difficulties right now and you should focus on having your own desires met to bring balance and harmony back in your relationship. Hope this makes sense???? Wille