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The World

UPRIGHT: Accomplishment, completion, integration, travel

REVERSED: Seeking personal closure, delays, short-cuts

The triangle around the globe is a symbol for success. Upright this card says there will be an encounter for success or accomplishment. A long -term project, period periods in your life are coming to full circle. You have been strong but you will be seeing results from this. Your vision is coming to completion and you should be proud. Reflection might be the thing you need to complete 

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The Sun

UPRIGHT: Positivity, warmth, fun, success, vitality

REVERSED: Inner child, feeling down, overly optimistic

The Sun in upright position shows lots of positivity and fulfilment in your life. If you have been having a difficult time and this is your card it looks like things will improve for you quickly. 


Remind yourself to look at the positive and that difficult times come and go. With each lesson and hardship you become stronger and brighter, just like the sun. 

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The Moon

UPRIGHT: Illusion, fear, anxiety, subconscious, intuition

REVERSED: Release of fear, repressed emotion, inner confusion

Don’t let your fear an emotions overtake you. The Moon upright shows that anxiety, fear and worries is a strong emotion but you must learn to overcome them. There might also be some illusions. Look for hidden truth in your life that needs to be uncovered. Dig deeper and allow the Moon to guide you.


The moon falling can be a warning. You must face your reality of your situation and push forward. Trust your intuition.

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The Star

UPRIGHT: Hope, faith, purpose, renewal, spirituality

REVERSED: Lack of faith, despair, self-trust, disconnection


You are blessed by the universe. You are attracting your desires through your beliefs and thoughts. In the upright position there might be a difficult change or traumatic event coming your way. 


Painful events can change who we are but you can build from this. Find what you need to heal from and find your inner strength. Open your heart and have faith in what is to come for you. 

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The Tower

UPRIGHT: Sudden change, upheaval, chaos, revelation, awakening

REVERSED: Personal transformation, fear of change, averting disaster


Something is about to be revealed and dismantle. Just like the tower, there is destruction here. There might be pain here and in the process but there might also be a fresh start. Take action in facing the truth. See through the illusions and work on letting go.

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The Devil

UPRIGHT: Shadow self, attachment, addiction, restriction, sexuality

REVERSED: Releasing limiting beliefs, exploring dark thoughts, detachment


The Devil is an illusion. You might feel like you are in control of every aspect of your life but the Devil symbolises that unhealthy behaviour and addictions can make you feel like you might be losing control.

Re-focus your attention to what really matters.



UPRIGHT: Balance, moderation, patience, purpose

REVERSED: Imbalance, excess, self-healing, re-alignment


Your emotions might wanting you to react but there is patience required here, especially with complicated situations. Practice makes perfect and you need to practice on fast reactions. Balance is key. Temperance is here to help you find the strength to do so. 



UPRIGHT: Endings, change, transformation, transition

REVERSED: Resistance to change, personal transformation, inner purging


The Death card is a very powerful card, especially upright. There is an end to a chapter and to put the past behind you. There may also be a transition between phases of your life. There is no new beginning without an ending and the card is telling you to embrace this. 

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The Hanged Man

UPRIGHT: Hope, faith, purpose, renewal, spirituality

REVERSED: Lack of faith, despair, self-trust, disconnection


This is the time for patience. You might be in limbo, but this is part of what is supposed to happen. Letting go is important if you want to move forward. The Hanged man wants you to be accepting of what is to come. 



UPRIGHT: Justice, fairness, truth, cause and effect, law

REVERSED: Unfairness, lack of accountability, dishonesty


Balanced thought and action as well as cause and effect is what the Justice card is all about. You might find yourself of being the victim of malicious intent. But now balance will be restored for you. However, it’s not saying that it will be exactly what you had imagined. 

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Wheel of Fortune

UPRIGHT: Good luck, karma, life cycles, destiny, a turning point

REVERSED: Bad luck, resistance to change, breaking cycles


You are in luck! The Wheel of Fortune is here to tell you there is good fortune for you. Things are lining up for your benefit. New opportunities and new offers. There might be some magical elements here by you listening to your inner voice. Manifest your goals and dreams, it’s the perfect time for this. Everything will work out for you in the right timing. 

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The Hermit

UPRIGHT: Soul-searching, introspection, being alone, inner guidance

REVERSED: Isolation, loneliness, withdrawal


The Hermit is a compelling card. There is personal growth and exploration coming. This card represents wisdom that is earned by expanding yourself and seeking the truth. Look within yourself and try not to get distracted. Concentration is key. This can be extremely rewarding for you. 



UPRIGHT: Strength, courage, persuasion, influence, compassion

REVERSED: Inner strength, self-doubt, low energy, raw emotion


The Strength card does what it says. There is strength and courage within this card. But tread lightly, don’t be too persistent. Stay positive and calm. Think logically in stressful situations and don’t let yourself have your patience tested. This can help you gain true control. You can achieve anything you set your mind to. You will be very successful if you keep being true to yourself, stay balanced and mature with anything you want to accomplish. 

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The Chariot

UPRIGHT: Control, willpower, success, action, determination

REVERSED: Self-discipline, opposition, lack of direction


Now is the time to get what you want. This is a sign of encouragement. The Chariot is all about overcoming things and reaching your goal with determination and willpower. You might feel motivated and in control. Clear your path and aim for your goal and you will get it. 

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The Lovers

UPRIGHT: Love, harmony, relationships, values alignment, choices

REVERSED: Self-love, disharmony, imbalance, misalignment of values


The lovers card may seem obvious but it’s not as it seems. You may face major life-changing choices or a dilemma. Temptation might be trying to sway your decision here. Therefore you may feel unsure on what to do about it. Don’t go for the easiest choice, reflect upon all your directions and contemplate wisely. 

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The Hierophant

UPRIGHT: Spiritual wisdom, religious beliefs, conformity, tradition, institutions

REVERSED: Personal beliefs, freedom, challenging the status quo


Procedure is in place for a reason and you should follow it. Maintain conventional boundaries of a standard method. Breaking norms is not advised here. Seek your values and traditions to guide you through. 

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The Emperor

UPRIGHT: Authority, establishment, structure, a father figure

REVERSED: Domination, excessive control, lack of discipline, inflexibility


The Emperor signifies the husband who is trustworthy. Confidence, control and an example of masculine energy is what the Emperor is. He is the paternal figure and with him he brings structure, security and creates rules with plenty of knowledge. You can overcome any problems that’s thrown at you.

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The Empress

UPRIGHT: Femininity, beauty, nature, nurturing, abundance

REVERSED: Creative block, dependence on others


It’s time to connect with your feminine side. Creativity, sensuality, elegance, fertility and nurturing. Remember to be kind to yourself and find happiness and the beauty in life. Express yourself creatively where you best thrive. 

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The High Priestess

UPRIGHT: Intuition, sacred knowledge, divine feminine, the subconscious mind

REVERSED: Secrets, disconnected from intuition, withdrawal and silence


Slow down and reflect. What have you learned? Aquire even more knowledge before making decisions. The High Priestess usually indicates that it’s time to learn and listen to your inner voice. If you are facing a “gatekeeper”, stop worrying and trust the process. 

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The Magician 

UPRIGHT: Manifestation, resourcefulness, power, inspired action

REVERSED: Manipulation, poor planning, untapped talents


Your dreams can come true through sheer determination, desire and willpower. Your drive will lead you to successes. You are powerful but you need to focus and concentrate. Make a plan and stick to it and you will achieve greatness. 

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The Fool 

UPRIGHT: Beginnings, innocence, spontaneity, a free spirit

REVERSED: Holding back, recklessness, risk-taking


The Fool is card number 0. This is because it shows the unlimited potentials for you. There might be an unexpected and exciting adventure ahead. But you might have to take a leap of faith for it. This will be rewarding and help your growth. It might be literal and say you have traveling ahead of you. 



UPRIGHT: Judgement, rebirth, inner calling, absolution

REVERSED: Self-doubt, inner critic, ignoring the call


Are your values in line with your actions and beliefs? It’s time to evaluate them. This can help you reflect if what you have done in the past reflect your core values now. They might not direct you towards your goal and purpose. If this is inline with your beliefs and who you are, you are on the right path. You might also have choices to make that you can not avoid and you will have to approach them head one. Keep an open mind.

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