For each card interpretation, I use my knowledge of the card’s history paired with a literary and artistic analysis of images and symbols interacting on the card’s face. I chose the Rider-Waite deck because the images are clean and great for interpreting. This deck was originally published in 1910 and is one of the more popular decks used in the English-speaking world. Following each card description, I provide readers with a few bullet points they can use to apply the card’s meaning to that of their own lives.The questions are only meant as a guide; the person receiving the reading needs to take charge, deciding how the card is applicable to them.
This week Chiron and Venus oppose each other meaning you may feel like healing someone who does not want to be healed.
The Seven of Swords is a strange tarot card that inspires balance because it can both imply wealth and downfall from greed. There are several meanings that drawing this card can impart.