Tarot Cards: The Fortune Teller, Know Your Fortune With fun
Are you going to start something new? Then you may want to know what your fortune is, how your luck is going to favor you. Let’s try tarot cards as your fortune teller. Let’s read and enjoy your reading. #ThinkWithNiche.
The tarot is a pack of playing cards, used from the mid-15th century in various parts of Europe to play games such as Italian tarocchini, French tarot, and Austrian Königrufen, many of which are still played today.
You may want to know your fortune before starting an important work, then try the tarot cards. Fortune telling, astronomy all are very popular things but tarot cards can be your fortune teller while using a lot of fun. There are 22 tarot cards with different meanings. The straight and reversed tarot means the opposite, when the upright means wealth, the reversed can depict poverty. It totally sounds funny and thrilling, No?
Let’s See Some Of The Tarot Cards That You Can Use Before Starting Your Business
1. Ace of Pentacles
The Ace of Pentacles, represents new beginnings, opportunities, and potential, these new beginnings correlate to the material world: finances, wealth, career, physical health, and the manifestation of your goals. The Ace of Pentacles heralds a sense of success and wealth in the material or financial areas of your life.
2. King of Pentacles
The King of Pentacles represents material wealth, financial richness, and worldly success. This King is a faithful provider; he uses his ambition and confidence to create wealth for himself and others and generates his self-worth from what he has gathered and can share with others. He is also a protective figure who provides others with advice, guidance, and wisdom, especially in financial and work-related matters.
3. Four of Pentacles
The Four of Pentacles suggests that you have created wealth and richness by maintaining a steady focus on your goals and acting predictably. You are attentive to your long-term financial security, actively saving money and watching your expenses so you can accumulate wealth and live a comfortable lifestyle not just now but also in the future. You may consider a savings plan, a family budget, and safe investments for your future.
This card is suggestive of stability and security in life. You are on top of things and everything is under your control. It is your hard work, discipline, and self-control that have bought you this far. It means that you are in charge of your life now setting up your own rules and boundaries.
As the father figure of the Tarot deck, the straight Emperor suggests that you are adopting this fatherly role, providing for your family, and protecting and defending your loved ones.
The Empress is traditionally associated with maternal influence, it is the card if you are hoping to start a family. She can represent the creation of life, romance, art, or new business.
A beautiful, lush forest and winding stream surround the Empress, signifying her connection with Mother Earth and life itself. She draws her sense of peace from the trees and the water and is rejuvenated by the energy of nature. In the forefront, golden wheat springs from the soil, dazzling wealth from a recent harvest.
6. Three of Wands
The Three of Wands signals the many chances available to you to widen your horizons through study, travel, business enterprise, and learning. You are becoming more aware of the opportunities that exist for you right now – and there are still more to come.
The Three of Wands also brings your attention to the changes and challenges that lie ahead. Given the man in this card can see far into the distance, then you are likely to be already aware of the upcoming developments and obstacles and can prepare for them ahead of time.
7. Four of Wands
Four of wands represent the joy and satisfaction that comes with achieving an important goal or landmark.
The Four of Wands tells you that after a period of rapid growth and expansion, it’s now time to take a break and celebrate what you have achieved so far. Step back for a moment and enjoy the fruits of your labor. Acknowledge your hard work and permit yourself to take a small break before boarding on the next stage of your journey.
8. Page of Pentacles
The Page of Pentacles, brings a welcome message of new beginnings, inspiration, and the initial stages of a creative project.
Page of pentacles symbolizes an expansion of money, wealth, possessions, career, and physical health, and how to manifest more of these material blessings. You welcome new opportunities to your material life – a new job, a new business, or a financial bonus, and wish to discover how to turn your dreams into reality.
9. Wheel of Fortune
A common aspect to most interpretations of this card within reading is to introduce an element of change in the querent's life, such change being in station, position or fortune: such as the rich becoming poor, or the poor becoming rich.
In the corners of the Wheel of Fortune card are four winged creatures, each associated with the four fixed signs of the Zodiac: the angel is Aquarius, the eagle is Scorpio, the lion is Leo, and the bull is Taurus. Their wings signify stability amidst movement and change, and each holds the Torah, representing wisdom.
Be happy, your good luck and good fortune are going to return in time.
10.Knight of Swords
The Knight of Swords is a sign of mission, once he has his mind set on something, nothing can stop him. And as a Swords card, this Knight actively uses the power of his intellect to achieve his goals.
It is a sign that you are highly driven, ambitious, and action-oriented. You are so highly motivated to succeed that you will stop at nothing to pursue your dreams. The challenges, difficulties, and obstacles on the path ahead, don’t be afraid, you know where you want to go. Move forward with sheer strength and determination to make things happen. So, now it’s your turn to move on.
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.
When the Magician appears in a spread, it points to the talents, capabilities, and resources at the quitrents' disposal to succeed. The message is to tap into one's full potential rather than holding back, especially when there is a need to transform something.
12. High Priestess
High Priestess is a card of mystery, stillness, and passivity. This card suggests that it is time to retreat and reflect upon the situation and trust your inner instincts to guide you through it. Things around you are not what they appear to be right now. 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 advice is to stop worrying about the outcome and trust the decision of the gatekeepers.
Hierophant stands for tradition and convention. It can represent marriage in an arranged setup. It can also mean a teacher or counselor who will help in learning the querent.
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.
The Chariot is a card about overcoming conflicts and moving forward in a positive direction. One needs to keep going on and through sheer hard work and commitment, he will be victorious. This will help you to get a stagnant situation moving again and overcome all the challenges that may be in your path. The Chariot tells you that achievement is waiting for you. So, this card is the best signal for you to move ahead.
Strength predicts the triumphant conclusion to a major life problem, situation, or temptation through the strength of character. It is a very happy card if you are fighting illness or recovering from injury. The card also tells you that you can stay positive and calm and think logically in stressful situations that test your patience and strength. This shows that you have great stamina and persistence, balanced with underlying patience and inner calm. You are committed to what you need to do, and you go about it in a way that shows your composure and maturity.
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. It represents being seduced by the material world and physical pleasures. Also living in fear, domination, and bondage, being captive by a superfluity of luxury, pleasure should be used in personal and business matters.
The Tower signifies destruction. The Tower is commonly interpreted as meaning danger, crisis, destruction, and liberation. It is associated with sudden unexpected change. Just when you think you’re safe and comfortable, a Tower moment hits and throws you for a loop. A lightning bolt of clarity and insight cuts through the lies and illusions you have been telling yourself, and now the truth comes to light. Your world may come crashing down before you.
18. Suit of Pentacles
Pentacles are ruled by the element of earth and deal with finances, career, and achievement. These cards are known as “money cards” since they are often associated with money, the Suit of Pentacles cards deal with the physical or external level of consciousness and thus mirror the outer situations of your health, finances, work, and creativity.
19. Suit of Swords
The Suit of Swords Tarot cards deals with the mental level of consciousness that is centred around the mind and the intellect. Swords mirror the quality of mind present in your thoughts, attitudes, and beliefs. Their strengths provide us with wisdom and clarity. The cards of this suit encourage you to use your head when making decisions.
20.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. This tarot card's meanings are associated with primal energy, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, intuition, creativity, ambition and expansion, original thought, and the seeds through which life springs forth.