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Tarot cards are utilized primarily for divinatory purposes with the trump cards plus the Fool card comprising the twenty two major arcana cards and the pip and four face cards the fifty six minor arcana. The minor arcana cards indicated here have the 'upright' and 'upsidedown' interpretations

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The Ace of Cups
   represents   
Love and Joy / Egotism
Minor Arcana
The Ace of Pentacles
   represents   
A New Business Venture / Greed
Minor Arcana
The Ace of Swords
   represents   
Ability to Love and Hate With Ardor
Minor Arcana
The Ace of Wands
   represents   
A Creative Beginning / Setbacks
Minor Arcana
The Chariot
   represents   
Tact, Skill and Control
Major Arcana
Death
   represents   
Change, Exposure and Termination
Major Arcana
The Devil
   represents   
Ego, Error and Addiction
Major Arcana
The Eight of Cups
   represents   
Abandonment / Search for Pleasure
Minor Arcana
The Eight of Pentacles
   represents   
Employment / Dislike of Hard Work
Minor Arcana
The Eight of Swords
   represents   
Restricted Action / Relaxation
Minor Arcana
The Eight of Wands
   represents   
New Idealism / Jealousy
Minor Arcana
The Emperor
   represents   
Strategy, Authority and Rulership
Major Arcana
The Empress
   represents   
Promise, Abundance and Creativity
Major Arcana
The Five of Cups
   represents   
Disillusionment / Return of Hope
Minor Arcana
The Five of Pentacles
   represents   
Loneliness / a New Interest
Minor Arcana
The Five of Swords
   represents   
Failure and Defeat
Minor Arcana
The Five of Wands
   represents   
Obstacles / Harmony
Minor Arcana
The Fool
   represents   
Innocence, Blind Faith and Fresh Starts
Major Arcana
The Four of Cups
   represents   
Re-evaluation / New Goals
Minor Arcana
The Four of Pentacles
   represents   
Love of Power / a Spendthrift
Minor Arcana
The Four of Swords
   represents   
Temporary Exile / Social Unrest
Minor Arcana
The Four of Wands
   represents   
Beauty of the Harvest Home / Peace
Minor Arcana
The Hanged Man
   represents   
Surrender, Sacrifice and Submission
Major Arcana
The Hermit
   represents   
Wisdom, Solitude and Observation
Major Arcana
The Hierophant
   represents   
Law, Tradition, Respect
Major Arcana
The High Priestess
   represents   
An Oracle, Secretive and Psychic
Major Arcana
Judgement
   represents   
Faith, Honesty and Resurrection
Major Arcana
Justice
   represents   
Truth, Balance and Equality
Major Arcana
The King of Cups
   represents   
A Man of Law / a Violent Double-dealer
Minor Arcana
The King of Pentacles
   represents   
A Reliable Person / Materialistism
Minor Arcana
The King of Swords
   represents   
A Judge / Evil Intentions
Minor Arcana
The King of Wands
   represents   
A Gentleman / Intolerance
Minor Arcana
The Knight of Cups
   represents   
Intelligence / an Untruthful Person
Minor Arcana
The Knight of Pentacles
   represents   
Trustworthiness / Irresponsibility
Minor Arcana
The Knight of Wands
   represents   
A Journey / Narrow-mindedness
Minor Arcana
The Lovers
   represents   
Sex, Love and Passion
Major Arcana
The Magician
   represents   
Power, Action and Awareness
Major Arcana
The Moon
   represents   
Emotion, Confusion and Reflection
Major Arcana
The Nine of Cups
   represents   
A Wish Come True / Over-indulgence
Minor Arcana
The Nine of Pentacles
   represents   
Solitude / Caution
Minor Arcana
The Nine of Swords
   represents   
Suffering, Doubt / Patience
Minor Arcana
The Nine of Wands
   represents   
Strength in Reserve / Ill Health
Minor Arcana
The Page of Cups
   represents   
Gentleness, Sweetness / a Poor Imagination
Minor Arcana
The Page of Pentacles
   represents   
A Scholar / Wastefulness
Minor Arcana
The Page of Swords
   represents   
Dexterity, Grace / Ill-health
Minor Arcana
The Page of Wands
   represents   
Brilliance / Superficiality
Minor Arcana
The Queen of Cups
   represents   
A Good Wife / Perversion, Bitterness
Minor Arcana
The Queen of Pentacles
   represents   
Thoughtfulness / Neglected Duties
Minor Arcana
The Queen of Swords
   represents   
A Widow / a Gossip
Minor Arcana
The Queen of Wands
   represents   
A Woman Well-liked / Infidelity
Minor Arcana
The Seven of Cups
   represents   
Illusory Success / Will-power
Minor Arcana
The Seven of Pentacles
   represents   
Effort and Hard Work / Impatience
Minor Arcana
The Seven of Swords
   represents   
An Unwise Attempt / Good Advice
Minor Arcana
The Seven of Wands
   represents   
Victory and Courage / Indecision
Minor Arcana
The Six of Cups
   represents   
A Gift, Happiness / Outworn Friendships
Minor Arcana
The Six of Pentacles
   represents   
Philanthropy / Unfairness
Minor Arcana
The Six of Swords
   represents   
Passage from Sorrow / Present Obstacles
Minor Arcana
The Six of Wands
   represents   
Good News and Helpful Friends / Pride
Minor Arcana
The Star
   represents   
Hope, Promise and Cleansing
Major Arcana
Strength
   represents   
Balance, Strength and Courage
Major Arcana
The Suit of Cups
   represents   
Love, Happiness and Beauty
Minor Arcana
The Suit of Pentacles
   represents   
Money, Industry and Material Gain
Minor Arcana
The Suit of Swords
   represents   
Aggression, Force and Ambition
Minor Arcana
The Suit of Wands
   represents   
Energy, Growth and Enterprise
Minor Arcana
The Sun
   represents   
Life, Understanding and Clarity
Major Arcana
Temperance
   represents   
Merging, Blending and Healing
Major Arcana
The Ten of Cups
   represents   
Happy Family Life / Family Quarrel
Minor Arcana
The Ten of Pentacles
   represents   
Stable Family / Family Misfortune
Minor Arcana
The Ten of Swords
   represents   
Sudden Misfortune / Better Health
Minor Arcana
The Ten of Wands
   represents   
Oppressive Load / Energy
Minor Arcana
The Three of Cups
   represents   
Good Fortune in Love / Gossip
Minor Arcana
The Three of Pentacles
   represents   
A Reward for Skills / Preoccupation With Money
Minor Arcana
The Three of Swords
   represents   
Lovers Separated / Disorder and Confusion
Minor Arcana
The Three of Wands
   represents   
Cooperation in Business Affairs / Arrogance
Minor Arcana
The Tower
   represents   
Change, Eruption and Upheaval
Major Arcana
The Two of Cups
   represents   
Beginning of Love / a Selfish Grasp
Minor Arcana
The Two of Pentacles
   represents   
Maintained Harmony / a Discouraging Message
Minor Arcana
The Two of Swords
   represents   
Well-balanced Emotions / Unscrupulous
Minor Arcana
The Two of Wands
   represents   
A Kind and Generous Person / Domination
Minor Arcana
Wheel of Fortune
   represents   
Luck, Change and Destiny
Major Arcana
The World
   represents   
Value, Success and Achievement
Major Arcana


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