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Tarot Cards of the Zodiac

Mumbai Top 10 tarot readersEach zodiac sign is linked to one of the Tarot cards in the Major Arcana. Most of these powerful cards have images of archetypal figures that represent the essence of a type of person. Animals are also used to portray human characteristics.

See how Astrology & Tarot can combine to offer powerful advice with a Mandala Tarot Horoscope reading, then see what your Tarot cards says about your sign.

Aries (March 21 - April 19)

Your Tarot cards is The Emperor, the guy who will always be there when you need him. This cards represents your sign's ability & loyalty to stick by your friends through thin & thick. Like the royal figure on your Tarot cards, you use your authority & analytical powers to help others & to achieve your goals.

Taurus (April 20 - May 20)

Your Tarot cards, The Hierophant, represents learning from knowledgeable teachers who can help you search for higher truths by exploring tried & true traditions. Sifting through the superficial, these learned souls can lead you to the heart of matters where profound insights reveal important life lessons.

Gemini (May 21 - June 20)

Every Gemini is blessed with a dual nature represented by your Tarot card, The Lovers. Turning points for you often involve making a moral choice between taking the high or low road. This Tarot cards encourages you to weigh your options carefully & follow the path dictated by your personal integrity.

Cancer (June 21 - July 22)

You stand proud & strong as you guide The Chariot on your Tarot card, steering a steady course & rising above life's conflicts. Even though Cancers seek security, you also love the freedom of the open road where you can use your highly-developed intuition to win the race.

Leo (July 23 - August 22)

The Strength Tarot cards represents your physical strength - like that of the mighty Lion on your Tarot cards - as well as your emotional, mental & spiritual prowess. Like the Lion, you are blessed with plenty of courage, which helps you overcome problems and obstacles.

Virgo (Aug. 23 - Sept. 22)

Like The Hermit, you often need to slow down & go within to focus on your purpose in life. The image on this Tarot cards - an old man - represents a person who is weary of the outer world. When he retreats to explore the mysteries of his inner life, he becomes open & innocent like a child.

Libra (Sept. 23 - Oct. 22)

Justice holds the scales, asking you to weigh your desires against your needs. In order to reach a fair outcome, you must put your emotions & feelings aside. When you reach the light at the end of the tunnel of indecision, you will be able to serve the greater good.

Scorpio (Oct. 23 - Nov. 21)

Like your Tarot cards, Death, you welcome transformation. You often shed your skin like a snake, seeking to release your spirit & be reborn. Because you are able to detach yourself from the ties that bind others, it's easy for you to change your identity, making you the mysterious person everyone wants to figure out.

Sagittarius (Nov. 22 - Dec. 21)

Like your Tarot cards, Temperance, you are a gifted mediator, able to find common ground by balancing out judgments with genuine understanding & awareness. Like a steadily-meandering stream, you work your way through whatever difficulties get in the way.

Capricorn (Dec. 22 - Jan. 19)

The Tarot cards encourages you to face your shadow-self in order to gather the knowledge necessary for spiritual transformation. It advises you to reflect on any negativity that has made you doubt yourself, swap it for confidence and hold fast to your highest vision of who you are.

Aquarius (Jan. 20 - Feb. 18)

Your Tarot cards, The Star, 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, thereby helping to lead them home in a spiritual sense.

Pisces (Feb. 19 - March 20)

Like your Tarot cards, The Moon, you are a creature of ever-changing moods. You do best when you attune to nature's cycles & use them to refresh your intuitive power. The Moon rules emotion, which are your strong suit, especially when you use your compassionate nature to help others.

Fear of Tarot Card Readings

Delhi Top 10 tarot readersHave you ever been scared to get a Tarot card reading? Most people find the insight we can get from Tarot cards thrilling, but there are some who find the process intimidating or frightening. If you're one of those few, it's time to face your fear of Tarot card so you can move past it.

We spoke with Tarot card expert Jewels Edwards, a psychic & contemporary mystic in Portland, Ore., who has been using Tarot card as a tool of insight for more than 20 years, to help explain why Tarot card is frightening for some - and why it shouldn't be.

"Tarot card is simply a tool for receiving messages from other dimensions,"
Edwards said. "It is not evil, harmful or tainted in any way. It's a method to bring the information through with clarity and integrity."

Edwards is able to use Tarot card to "hear" messages from the spirit, higher consciousness or universal consciousness (whatever you choose to label it).

"Some people have heard or developed a belief that Tarot comes from the devil or is likely to bring in dark energy, but none of this is true," Edwards said. "Tarot card is only a tool, like a hammer, for bringing through information for the benefit of the questioner."

You can change your future

But what if the information that comes through is something terrible you don't want to hear? That's the biggest fear for most when it comes to Tarot readings.

"The fear comes from being afraid that something horrific is going to show up, like a fatal disease, the death of a loved one, a divorce or breakup of some kind, or the ending of a job," Edwards said. "If people do receive this kind of information, what is truly fear-provoking is that they won't be able to change it and that they are stuck with that particular outcome."

However, that's not true. The whole point of doing a Tarot card reading is so you'll have the insight & advice you need to change your life for the better. "People are afraid because they believe they are helpless to change some negative future outcomes, but nothing is farther from the truth, Edwards said. "While difficult potential futures do sometimes show up, Tarot card is only to show the questioner what is most likely to happen so they have the opportunity to change it."

Death, The Devil & The Tower: The Truth in these Tarot Cards

The images on some Tarot cards can be scary, especially when they come up in your reading. It's mostly symbolism, though - those skeletons, devils & natural disasters should not be taken literally.

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See for yourself with a Celtic Cross Tarot card reading, & take a look at the history & meaning of the 3 Tarot card reading that leave most readers shaking in their metaphysical boots: the Tower, the Devil and Death cards.

The Tower

Top tarot readers in South DelhiIn a Tarot spread, The Tower Tarot card looks pretty grim. In practically all renditions of the Tarot card, disaster is striking or has just struck. The demons of madness & despair are released from ancient hiding places & nature conspires with human failings to destabilize a society. The upheaval is collective & impersonal. Let us remember, though, that these frightening images were originally created for the educated nobles & clergy, reminding them they had the most to lose if the hierarchy was toppled.

Lightning is a fitting karmic payback for the guilt of those whose fortunes come from the exploitation or abuse of others. A modern subtitle might be "revolution," indicating that through drastic social change, oppressed people can find renewed hope of better times. The Tower experience comes like a flash of lightning to topple the hierarchy of the old order, after which everyone can have a fresh start on more equal footing.

In a reversed position, the Tower card suggests that the drama is over. All the leaning towers have fallen. Leave behind the issues and emotions that caused this to happen. Ask yourself what you can do now that the options of your past are closed. As you pick yourself up and begin again, you'll find renewed energy for your next significant endeavor.

To look at the Tower simply, it means great change forced by those who have been made to feel powerless. On a personal level, it could mean confronting someone who is a negative influence in your life - either causing them to change, or banishing them altogether so you can focus your energy on more positive people around you. On a collective level, it could indicate a social transformation - like voters standing up for real change in a coming election. It's not quite scary when you look at it like that, right?

The Devil

The good news is, when The Devil Tarot card pops up during a Tarot card reading, it doesn't mean the recipient is going to go to hell or will be possessed by demons. What has traditionally been known as the Devil card expresses the realm of the taboo, the culturally rejected wildness and undigested shadow side that each of us carries in our subconscious. This shadow is actually at the core of our being, which we cannot get rid of & will never succeed in taming. From its earliest versions, which portrayed a vampire-demon, this card evoked the church-fueled fear that a person could "lose their soul" to wild & passionate forces.

The image which emerged in the mid-1700s gives us a more sophisticated rendition - that of the "scapegoated Goddess," whose esoteric name is Baphomet. Volcanic reserves of passion & primal desire empower her efforts to overcome the pressure of stereotyped roles and experience true freedom of soul. As a part of the message of Tarot card, this fearsome passion and power must be reintegrated into the personality to fuel the soul's passage from mortal to immortal.

The Devil card in a reversed position suggests that you are enjoying creating chaos and resistance for no particular reason. Your sense of humor could be a bit twisted. Your motive may be vengeance or you are simply being an irritant. The juvenile prankster streak in you must be corralled and changed before it gets you into further trouble. Suppress those impulses until you successfully engineer a shift away from this careless behavior. Such antics will cost you in the long run even though they seem amusing in the moment.

Basically, the Devil card tells us what impulses we need to accept as part of our basic nature, what Sigmund Freud called the "Id." We can only suppress it so far, but we can suppress it enough that it doesn't translate into addiction or destructive behavior. It's knowing who we are and our own limitations. A resolution that's much better than an eternity burning in hell, certainly.


No card in the Tarot deck is as feared - & as misunderstood - as The Death Tarot card reading. What has traditionally been known as the Death card is not about literal death of any person. It may represent the death of something else, like a project, plan or relationship. It also points to a time of harvest, symbolized in classical decks by the reaping skeleton. Unless the fruits of summer are harvested, they are lost to winter's harshness and the people do not eat. This card portrays the action of winter on the landscape - lush greenery is cut back, revealing the bones of the landscape. The season of dark and cold separates the annual plants - that live and die in one year - from the perennials, which can take refuge in their root systems until the following spring, to sprout anew. As the scythe cuts the cords that link us to the past, it liberates us to go forward without fear, because we have nothing left to lose. We can see that everything pruned away is recycled for the fertility of the future, so that nothing is really ever lost, despite seasonal cycles of gain and loss.

In the more modern decks, Tejaswini see Death mounted on a horse and wearing black armor. The emphasis in these decks is on the punishment of sin - much like the way the medieval plague, which inspired the death image, was used to explain the wrath of God. Luckily, nowadays, we aren't so encumbered with such a guilt-ridden philosophy.

The Death card reversed suggests that you might long for the card to be cut, but unfortunately you have to persist and endure without the relief of an ending. It is not time for termination and closure yet. Be patient with the current circumstances without resigning yourself to a negative outcome. Coming changes may alter the way you feel about the status quo. Remember that harvest isn't started until the fruit is ripe. Work at becoming wiser & mellower, sweeter & more nourishing, & your time of release may happen sooner than you think.

The Lovers Tarot Card

Famous tarot expertsWhile every Tarot card deck features different artwork for The Lovers Tarot card, the symbolism in every version remains true. Not surprisingly, The Lovers card most often represents romantic energy - but this isn't always the case. At a higher level, The Lovers Tarot card stands for duality - between me & you, right & wrong, black & white - & the conflict & compromise that comes with it. It is a card that offers advice in love, morals & decison - making. Just look below to see how the artwork in this Tarot card - some you've probably never noticed before - plays a role in its meaning & personal guidance...

Choosing a Tarot Spread

top tarot readers in South DelhiTarot card spreads are the patterns in which the 78 card in a Tarot deck are laid out for a reading. Each layout has a unique energy, & each Tarot card within the spread represents one aspect of the reading as a whole. Common positions include:
  • Self / Situation: Who you are or where you find yourself, right now

  • Challenges / Opportunities: The obstacles facing you, and how you can use them to your advantage

  • Near Future: Which way the wind is blowing, & how you can direct it toward the outcome you want

Celtic Cross: The Gold Standard of Tarot Spreads

There are hundreds of Tarot spreads, with new ones being created all the time. In fact, spreads are probably being created as you're reading this. The Celtic Cross Tarot spread, which has been used for hundreds of years, is the most common, and with good reason. The positions of the 11 cards offer enough detail to give you past, present and future insight into fairly complex situations.

Other Traditional Spreads

  • Tree of Life: This 5 card spread is based on the mystical Hebrew Kabala. It focuses on the body's "chakras," or energy centers, & is more spiritual than predictive.

  • Astrological Spreads: These spreads usually feature 12 cards, which correspond to the 12 astrological houses. By combining Astrology & Tarot card , you get a double dose of insight in one reading. Try Horoscope Tarot card reading.

Non-Traditional Spreads

The Celtic Cross spread is a great introduction to what Tarot card reading has to offer, as well as a reliable stand by. But it's not the only game in town! Try one of these unique spreads, exclusive to

Tarot Cards & Playing Cards

Most people who play Tarot card don't realize that our modern deck of 52 Tarot card is derived from Tarot card. In fact, the four suits correspond directly with the suits in a Tarot card deck. Here is how they match up:Top 10 tarot readers in Mumbai

Tarot card - Playing cards
Wands - Clubs
Cups - Hearts
Swords - Spades
Coins - Diamonds

Traditional Tarot decks have 22 "trump" card, called the Major Arcana, along with 56 "suit" cards called the Minor Arcana. The Major Arcana Tarot cards include powerful archetypes like The Sun, The Moon, The World, The Lovers, The Magician, etc. The suit cards correspond closely to the 52 card in a playing card deck, except in Tarot we have not only Queen and King face cards, we have Page and Knight cards for each suit, which were combined into the single Jack card as playing cards developed over time.

See which cards show up in your situation with an 11-Card Celtic Cross Tarot card reading now.

Playing cards were once used for fortune-telling

Tarot shows up first in Italy & France in the 14th & 15th centuries, possibly having traveled there from the Middle East. In the early days, both types of card - Tarot card reading & playing card - were used openly to play games & for general entertainment, but both were also adapted & used for divination or fortune-telling purposes, mostly in secret. Go ahead & give Tarot card a try with a Celtic Cross Tarot card reading now!

Some historians suggest that all Tarot card "games" were originally developed in part as a way to hide (from the medieval Church) the more serious application of the Tarot card and symbols. The Church condemned divination and gambling both (in spite of the fact that divination is depicted favorably more often than not in the bible).

Tarot card has been interpreted creatively by artists & sages through the ages, whereas the playing Tarot card deck has stayed pretty much the same. Tarot card art is a rich & beautiful reflection of history, & it traces the evolution of these universal symbols in different periods & cultures, right up to modern times.
Consulting the Tarot card is entertaining, even as we use it for advice or to decipher the deeper meaning of circumstances & events in our lives. In fact, you can approach Tarot like a game of spiritual solitaire!

offers authentic self-service Tarot card experiences for you to try online. Shuffle & pick your Tarot card, just as you would with a physical Tarot card deck. Give it a try... you'll be amazed at the insights and advice you'll receive!

Telling Time with Tarot Cards

Everything in the universe happens in time, by which I mean that effects follow Top 10 tarot readers in Delhicauses because nothing creates itself. This principle is what Buddhists call "impermanence" & the ancient Chinese called "changes." It is a great help to understand how to put interpretations in the correct order so you can not only understand them, but also see how they will play out in your life.

As a Tarot card reader lays the cards out on a table in a particular order, so the card should be read in the right order. When I teach both Tarot & Astrology, the order of things is one of the first & most important issues I instill in my students.

At the most basic level, you can see this if you lay 3 card down in a row on the table. You apply a sequence on them so that the left card is the past, the middle card is the present (a typical association) & the right card is the future. The qualities of the first card show a beginning, a first step or stage. The middle card shows how it manifests in time at the present moment. The right card shows the outcome.

In the astrological spread of the Mandala Astrological Tarot, the sequence goes counterclockwise around the circle. For your own interest, break longer sequences down into three card sequences and treat them in the way I just described. In this way you will learn how to "tell time" using the Tarot.

As an exercise, get your Tarot deck and first thing each morning lay down 3 cards in sequence & see how they describe your day to come. You will learn quickly about how time works.

How to Phrase Your Question

It's important to realize that if you ask the appropriate kind of questions, you will Top 10 tarot readers in Indiahave a more satisfying Tarot card or I-Ching experience. Readings work best when you are looking for greater insight, wise advice or an idea of which way the wind is blowing. They are NOT designed to answer questions asking for data or to give exact predictions about the future.

Consult the Tarot card or I-Ching as if you were asking the advice of a wise friend or teacher, & expect to get a snapshot of what is going on in the present, at the time you are picking the Tarot card. A best question is "What is happening with regard to (a situation or relationship)," while a not-so-good question to avoid is something specific like "Where should I go on vacation."

You also may skip asking a question and just enter a subject (the name of a situation or person you are in relationship with) and Tarot card can give you a spectacularly helpful reading as long as you are sincerely focused when you pick your cards or toss the coins.

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