What Tarot Cards Represent Which Zodiac Signs?
It is believed that tarot cards contain secrets of the universe. Only when you discover your own hidden depths that is when you get to know these secrets. Meanwhile, astrology has contributed to researches on tarot cards and symbolism which has helped in self-discovery, reveal inclinations and abilities with the utmost precision, and illuminate the dark corners of our world.
It is said that some cards in the Tarot represent each of the 12 characters. Knowing the Tarot card, which governs the signs of different people, can be helpful in understanding the various personalities, the challenges that would arise, and the resulting spiritual teachings. In the end, an open mind can help accelerate the goals of self-realization.
Most people only know the 12 zodiac signs, but don’t know that the planets, stars, and moon phases also affect your horoscope. A special tarot card is attached to each sign of the zodiac and can serve as a guide.
Aries, for example, is linked to the card of the Tarot Deck Emperor. The Emperor’s card is a card of authority: “You can kiss the energy of this card (fire) to manifest your personal powers of empowerment, and while Aries and The Emperor are both strength and leadership that should not make you relaxed, because this power can both be used for both either good or bad deed.
The 12 Tarot card zodiac signs tarot cards are listed below:
The Emperor’s Card (The date falls within March 21 to April 19)
The emperor is a leader, as it is with Aries. He makes wise and quick decisions and controls his field. You can count on the Emperor to use analysis and authority for the work. This card is displayed in a Tarot, indicating that the energy of Aries is present in your life.
The Emperor is applied to the Aries horoscope’s mark for the authority and power of the sign reflected by the tarot card. Aries is the first astrological arrangement that symbolizes the first flame spark. The sign of Aries belongs to the group of elemental fire.
The Hierophant (The date falls within April 20 to May 20)
The bull-related card is the Hierophant, also known as Pope or High Priest. She is a religious figure, but that does not mean that she always advises Taurus on religion. It can be a culture, a faction or a status quo to which you belong. “This card reminds you that you need to evaluate your belief systems and see if they continue to support you, and even if you’ve grown up in an environment where you’ve integrated into society (or a particular culture), you should As this card shows, see if your beliefs need to change so you can grow. The Hierophant is here to remind you to get to know other perspectives.
As a terrestrial character, Taurus are rooted in traditional methods and in the conservative tradition. This means that the bull’s energy may be present when you see the Hierophant card in your reading process. Taurus may also appear in your reading of the Queen of Pentacles, a wise traditional woman whose gardens and life are rich with everything she needs to be content.
The Love Card (The date falls within May 21 to June 20)
The Gemini tarot card depicts twins as a symbolic way to indicate the duality of the character and the card. Twins as Gemini’s Gemini matched the lover’s map showing the male-female counterparts of each other. The King of Swords is the first card of the group of elemental elements of the air. This card is of course placed in Gemini, as it is the first astrological sign that represents the signs of the air.
Gemini is the variable air sign and always goes in both directions. Decisions dominate in their world, and seeing the lover’s card in a reading may indicate a twin energy. Gemini also play an important role in every decision. For example deciding on a movie to watch on a Saturday night can take hours. This is the dilemma of the lover’s card. Abundance waits for the right decision. You can also see how the sword knight is displayed in your tarot, the Gemini energy is important at the time of reading in your life.
The Chariot Card (The date falls within June 21 to July 22)
The zodiac sign Cancer corresponds to the card Chariot, which indicates a movement in the form of growth. The change is indicated by this map, and for the sign Cancer, the chariot shows the ability of the signs to use intuition to get there a higher emotional perspective. The King of Cups tarot card is used in Cancer as the first character of the elementary tarot group for the position of the character.
Cancer is dominated by the moon and is therefore sometimes referred to as a moon map. However, many Tarot readers call the Chariot a preferred card for cancer energy. The Chariot card stands for victory and success after hard work. As a cardinal sign, Cancer paves the way for success in every life and in the lives of others. Safety is the key to cancer and that is the promise of the chariot. You can also see that the queen of cups in your tarot appears when the energy of cancer plays an important role in your life. The card of the Empress, the eternal Matriarch of the zodiac, who governs the family, the children, and the fertility may also indicate that a cancer is near you.
The Map of Strength card (The date falls within July 23 to August 22)
Tarot card strength is attributed to the Leo star sign for the symbolic strength they share. The tarot card even represents the lion. This card also features the fidelity and complete control over your world and your situation. When strength appears, a loyal lion can be nearby. Since Leo is also ruled by the sun, the sun card may seem to announce a Leo in your life. You can also see the king if Leo’s energy affects your life.
The Hermitage Card (The date falls within August 23 to September 22)
The hermit is associated with the Virgo when tarot and astrology are combined. This is interesting because Virgo is associated with the concept of virginity.
As a variable terrestrial character, the maiden is practical and silent. The maiden thinks so deeply and thinks carefully about everything. The Virgin is also discreetly spiritual and makes the Hermitage card the ideal card to symbolize the Virgin. The hermit moves slowly and takes time to find the answers in it.
The Justice card (The date falls within September 23 to October 22)
The Libra and the Tarot Judicial Card are linked to the symbolic context that connects them to justice, options, and decision-making. The Queen of Swords tarot card is the card associated with the balance to indicate the common connection of the air element group.
Libra is the cardinal air sign and it is known that there is peace and harmony. Libra hates conflicts and gracefully performs them. Thus, the Libra is marked by the card of justice in the Tarot, symbolizing the balance and balance of justice and diplomacy. If justice appears in your reading, the balance’s energy might be important to your question. You can also see the Queen of Swords appear if you need an answer to Libra.
The death card (The card falls within October 23 to November 21)
The death card is a tarot, a wonderful card that can be found in a reading. It represents the concepts of death, birth and rebirth. The scorpion for the zodiac is the mirror of these symbolic qualities for the human experience. The queen of cups is the second card of the group of water elements. The scorpion is the second astrological sign of the water.
The most commonly cited zodiac sign, “They died for me,” is Scorpio. Clutter with a scorpion and hell has no rage, but they interrupt you just before they explain why and even without explaining why, because the scorpion flees the drama. Scorpio can be dramatic, but cuts it off quickly. If you see death in the reading of your tarot, do not worry. You can just have scorpion energy to play with. Scorpio is about powerful transformations, and the death card brings that promise and the promise of a sunny horizon.
The Temperance card (The date falls within November 22 to December 21)
Tarot Card Temperance is a card of balance that helps enlighten a philosophical temperament. Both Temperance and Sagittarius are examples of environmental studies to refine previously acquired knowledge. The shooter’s connection to the chopstick side is similar to the previous one before being placed in the appropriate places, the two being the second set of fire elements.
The shooter discovers the great secrets of the world by exploring them and mostly traveling. This makes Temperance a card symbolizing Sagittarius. Temperance denotes harmony and balance and a constant flow of energy and unconditional love. If Temperance appears in your Tarot, you may receive a message about the shooter. The Knight of the Chopsticks, also a traveler or a person associated with the stranger, may also be a mark of the shooter in your Tarot reading.
The Devil’s Card (The date falls within December 22 to January 19)
The symbolic card of the star sign Capricorn is the card of the devil. This card has some misunderstandings and tends to cause anxiety when reading. The devil’s card is a symbol of desire and effort to achieve desires of all kinds. Of course, not all cravings are healthy, especially if you focus on them, such as: drinking alcohol or smoking to get high.
Capricorn is linked to the devil’s card because the card and the shield are constantly searching for solutions that suit their will, whether they want to acquire property or make business boom for general use.
Capricorn is also traditional and does most of the time right or not at all. Sometimes the devil takes over and turns the devil’s card into a card symbolizing Capricorn. The devil’s card challenges you to release this shadow file, but it could simply mean that a Capricorn is nearby with a message. You can also see that the King of Pentacles symbolizes Capricorn in your Tarot reading.
The Star card (The date falls within January 20 to February 18)
The Star Tarot card is a wonderful card that can be associated with Aquarius because the symbol of pouring water from a ship into a larger body of water can be seen on the tarot card. Aquarius and the star are both “water carriers” in their symbolic depictions. The Aquarius sign and the star are both related to the same theme, on the one hand they show that it is quite possible to integrate into the crowd, to be original and to follow the current.
The Moon card (The date falls within February 19 to March 20)
The astrological sign of the fish is associated with the moon tarot card. The moon and the fish are symbolic representations of dreams and illusions. The secrets of the ocean depths and the movement of the tides as emotions and reactions and emotional processes are topics for both.
The moon map represents a retreat from a situation to see a larger image. The applicant often lacks information or is not available at the time of reading. However, the moon could simply represent a fish as a source of information. Fish are sometimes also symbolized by the Knight of the Cups who carry love messages.
This card is very suitable because no other sign is so sensitive or emotional. The disadvantage, of course, is that if something happens that puts a Pisces in a bad mood, they may sit still and experience anger in their negative feelings. “This card reminds you that you must t