Your simple and Free Tarot Card Reading is below. The deck was shuffled when you arrived on this page. Just flip each card one at a time. Random “Upside Down” cards can appear at anytime. An “Upside Down” card gives an alternate reading. Your reading is interpreted differently depending on the order of the cards. Check below the cards for this personal interpretation.
Your Free Tarot Card Reading:
The Hanged Man is a card that suggests ultimate surrender and sacrifice. It represents a metamorphosis, maybe letting go or going through a period of transition. It could be a dead end job, a dead end relationship, or simply a life that is unfulfilled because there is no action. You are at a crossroads, and you need to do something about it but have no idea what or how. It is time to stop and calm down, and to look for ways to deal with the bad situation. Examine your options and you will know what the right thing is to do, just like the card of Justice. Do this and you will reap the rewards.
The Hanged Man Card, when Reversed, states that you are stalling about making a decision, likely because of a sacrifice that is involved. These situations do not generally resolve themselves. You must face the inevitable and make a choice. This Reversed Hanged Man indicates that you’re jumping from one bad situation to the next without properly thinking things through, and that your impulsiveness hasn’t been doing you any favors. If you’ve been hurried and rushing lately, you should relax and give pause to the situations around you.
When you see the Sun appear in your reading, smile, for it is the most positive card in the Tarot deck. It represents life and energy. It also indicates fun and vitality, warmth and positivity. The Sun is an image of happiness and optimism. The Sun is shining on you! This day is the summer of your life, and the Sun embodies success, abundance, and an optimistic feel to the situation that cannot be matched. Success is not just probable, it is inevitable. There is confidence aligned with this bright picture. Like the child on top of the horse, you are on top of the world, and victory is yours for the taking.
The Sun Card, when Reversed, points at an unhealthy situation where the soul is suffering and is not able to break free. Where everything was illuminated, within reach, and satisfying, we will now find darkness, obstacles, and disputes. The Sun in the reversed position is a sign that you may experience setbacks and feel clouded about your direction. You may have to work harder to bring your “freedom” about. Still, this is an excellent and important time to experience different things, things which are out of your usual routines. The Sun is about vitality, freedom, joy, and self-expression. Stay focused on your blessings.
The Justice card is a balance card. It shows that things are going to go your way. Justice is concerned with truth and integrity. If you have treated others with integrity and kindness and not been treated well in return, this imbalance is about to be corrected and the relationship you deserve is coming your way. Legal matters go your way when you see this card. The Justice card is a card of harmony and virtue. It brings a time to stand tall and strong against the things that may be trying to throw you off balance. If you have been wronged, Justice arrives to restore balance and order.
The Justice Card, when Reversed, is all about imbalance. Not everything in life is fair. Sometimes you must make the best of what you are presented with and proceed with caution. Justice deals with the idea of Karma and the law of cause and effect, stating that all events, and all people, are connected through Karma. Resist the urge to fight back or seek vengeance when you are wronged. Take responsibility for your own actions and decisions. Karmic Justice will take care of the rest. The Justice Card represents balance, fairness, and the inescapable consequences of our actions.
On its most basic level, the Chariot is about getting what you want. It implies war, a struggle, and an eventual, hard-won victory over enemies, obstacles, nature, the uncertainties inside you. This card is about efforts that lead to success. This is not yet victory that comes knocking on your door so don’t be fooled. You will need to put some effort in, and there could be some bumps along the way, but with the effort and determination of the Chariot, victory is almost definitely assured. The Chariot card reminds us that winning isn’t everything nor “the only thing.” It is, rather, the start of things.
The Chariot Card, when Reversed, may show that you are doing the bare minimum in life to make things work. You have lost the spark of Joy that makes life a blast. The Chariot reversal meaning can be an indication of lack of control and direction over your life. You are at the mercy of the opposing forces and the obstacles, and cannot seem to muster the strength to take over. You need to get your confidence back. Instead of worrying about the things you cannot control, focus your energies on what you have and strive to change the situations that are not good for you.
The Hermit Tarot Card brings with it, not just solitude, but also a time of reflection. It also refers to the level of spiritual knowledge that the Hermit attained, and that he is ready to impart that knowledge to you. When you become aware of your true road, there will be nothing to stand in your way, but you need honest and deep introspection to find your answers. If you ask Tarot about love and see this card, the gentle message is, you are better off alone at this time. It also is a sign that your partner is being exclusive with you, that you are the only partner for them. Alone time what you need to hear your inner voice.
The Hermit in a Reversed position states that you are a wise person, but you are too focused on finding the “truth” about some matter when you might do better to just let it go and move forward with your life. When the Hermit appears reversed, he reminds you that you should not feel alone. It is time to seek the company of others who have done the inner reflection to know their authentic self. The Hermit reversed encourages you to create more space for yourself to reconnect with your Spirit. Find the time to meditate and strengthen your Inner Light. You are truly wise.
The Emperor sits on a ram-adorned throne, a sign of unyielding power. He is your masculine side. The Emperor is the absolute ruler of his world. This card in a reading suggests you are about to realize your goals, or are well in the process of doing something wonderful in that regard. A connection to authority could be important in your day today, and you could also simply need the advice of your dad or a similar fatherly figure. It’s a great day to make a commitment when you see the Emperor appear! New opportunities have a way of finding themselves in your path, take advantage.
The Emperor Tarot, when Reversed, can indicate that you are letting your heart overrule your head, and need to balance your mind with your emotions. The Emperor is a philosopher and a benevolent father that knows when to listen. Yet, he is also a warrior who knows when to pick up his sword. Reversed, it can only bring confusion. Feelings and emotions may rule over practicality. This card also serves as a warning that someone around you is going to use you for his own personal gain. You may be unaware at the time you are being deceived. You need to listen more to what is being said.
Your Tarot Card Reading, by Each Tarot Card Position
- Right now how you feel about yourself.
- Your current desires.
- Forces in your favor.
- Forces against you.
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Free Tarot Card Reading – History of Tarot
The word “Tarot” is said to be derived from an Italian word “Tarocchi” which depicts playing cards. And from here the history of tarot cards began.
According to ancient texts, Tarot cards shows its first presence as playing cards in northern Italy in the 1440 century. The cards were then used only for playing and were not used for divine readings.
These cards were engraved with images and titles with no numbers unlike the present set of playing cards. At times, the cards were customized and only be seen in the games of wealthy families. One such example is the tarot deck of Milan’s Visconti Family where the triumph cards were painted for members of the nobility.
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There are many myths surrounding the origin of the Tarot, and theories that the cards were invented in ancient Egypt, India or China are often expressed. These ideas owe more to a sense of romance or wishful thinking than to any hard evidence, and one popular myth, expounded in Le Monde Primitif (1781) by Court de Gebelin, is that the cards were brought from India by the Gypsies (who, as their name suggests, were originally thought to have come from Egypt). The true origin of the Tarot cards remains a mystery, but what is known is that cards similar to those we have today first appeared in Italy and France in the late 14th century.
The Earliest Tarot Cards
The earliest known cards still in existence date from 1392, and of these only 17 remain. It is believed that they were painted for Charles VI of France by Jacquemin Gringonneur, but it is possible that they are actually less ancient and are Tarocchi of Venice cards from the middle of the 15th century. The earliest surviving full deck was painted in 1422 by Italian artist Bonifacio Bembo. This is known as the Visconti deck after the family name of its commissioner, the Duke of Milan.
Major Arcana Tarot Card Deck
The Major Arcana cards are the most recognizable and impactful cards in a Tarot deck. These 22 cards represent situations we all face in the grand scheme of life, with each carrying specific messages of perspective and guidance to help you in times of need. While the Minor Arcana cards focus on the everyday actions and decisions you must face, these Major Arcana cards reveal messages about the bigger picture of your life and its long-term direction.
Though each of the Major Arcana cards stands alone with its own deep meanings and influences, these 22 Tarot cards also tell a story. The first card, The Fool, is the main character of this story, and his experiences as he learns, grows, and makes his way through life are represented by the 21 cards that follow. This storyline is a great description of the accomplishments, setbacks, and lessons we all learn as we go through the trials and tribulations of our lifetime, growing into whole, complete beings by the end of our journey.
Tarot Card Readings
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Everyone has something in their lives they need support for. Sometimes it may seem that there is no solution to be found. But now that you have the answer to the question of what is Tarot Card Reading, you have the key to open that door.
If Tarot is a form of psychic reading that you feel close to, you should have a reading done at least once during the four major seasons of the year, and even weekly readings can be beneficial. They can help you get an outlook on the things to come and actions that you may need to take to prevent disaster.
The Tarot card readers deals a spread of cards. The reader interprets the cards based on their position and the meaning of the card.
There are many traditions that use different amounts of cards in a Tarot Card reading, but 10, 3, and 6 card spreads are very common.
Most likely, Tarot Cards developed formally in Western Europe in around the 14th century with influences from Hungary and Egypt.