Major Arcana Zodiac and Astrology
The Major Arcana’s 22 cards are a very good tool to use in the symbolic journey through human life. This is done in a way that depicts the story of someone who starts out to complete the great work of self-realisation. The three parts of the journey are Maturation, Individual self-realisation, and Initiation. In Astrology, these three phases can be connected to Saturn, who divides our life into these three parts on his journey around a 29-year orbit.
While the orbits of the other slower moving planets also provide us with important findings about our single life phases, the tarot cards visualise the issues and topics of the phases in a more direct way for us.
Where astrology and tarot complement each other is in practice, with astrology giving a picture of the whole and the tarot a section in detail.
The tarot card is The Emperor, the guy who will always be there when you need him. This card represents your sign’s loyalty and ability to stick by your friends through thick and thin.
The tarot card is The Hierophant, it represents learning from knowledgeable teachers who can help you search for higher truths by exploring true traditions. These learned souls can lead you to the heart of matters where insight reveals important life lessons.
The tarot is The Lovers, the turning point for you often involve making a moral choice between taking the high or low road. This card encourages you to weigh your options carefully and follow the path, using your personal integrity.
The tarot is The Chariot, steering a steady course and rising above life’s conflicts. Even though Cancers seek security, you also love the freedom of the open road where you can use your intuition to win the race.
The card is Strength, your physical strength– like that of the mighty Lion on your card, as well as your emotional, mental and spiritual prowess. You are blessed with plenty of courage, which helps you overcome problems and obstacles.
The card is The Hermit, you often need to slow down and go within to focus on the purpose of life. The image on this card represents a person who is weary of the outer world. When he retreats to explore the inner life, he becomes open and innocent like a child
The card is Justice, holding the scales, weighing your desires against your needs. In order to reach a fair outcome, you must put your feelings and emotions aside. When you reach the light at the end of the tunnel of indecision, you will be able to serve the greater good.
The card is Death, you welcome transformation, because you are able to detach yourself from the ties that bind others, it’s easy to change your identity, making you the mysterious person everyone wants to figure out.
The card is Temperance, you are a gifted mediator able to find common ground by balancing out judgments with genuine understanding and awareness. You work your way through whatever difficulties get in the way.
The card is The Devil, this encourages you to face your shadow-self in order to gather the knowledge necessary for spiritual transformation. It advises reflection on any negativity that has made you doubt yourself, swap it for confidence and hold fast to your highest vision of who you are.
The card is The Star, it focuses on your optimism. When you wish on the stars, you really believe you can achieve your heart’s desires. Your job in this world is to convince others they can too, helping to lead them home in a spiritual sense.
The card is The Moon, you are a creature of ever-changing moods. You do your best when you attune to nature’s cycles and use them to refresh your intuitive powers. The moon rules emotions, which is your strong suit, especially when you use your compassionate nature to help others.
Thanks for reading,
Psychic Madeline Rose
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