Tarot Card The Wheel of Fortune – Looking Beyond Master Psychics
Tarot Card – The Wheel of Fortune (upright meaning). When the Wheel of Fortune appears upright in your Tarot reading, it can mean big changes are coming. The tarot card The Wheel of Fortune shows a wheel that is in constant motion. Representing the cyclical nature of things. That our circumstances are always changing and that what started out as appearing bad as the wheel turns downward, may not be so bad after all as the begins its upward turn again.
The Wheel of Fortune Tarot Card reminds us that “this too shall pass.” Whether that’s good times or bad times, it passes. So, live in the now and count your blessings. Just realize that much of life is outside of your control, but that even that is okay. Roll with the changes and think positively.
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At the center of the card, lies a giant wheel, covered in the Hebrew letters Yod, Heh, Vau, Heh, spell Yahweh, the Tetragrammaton, or biblical proper name of God. Between these Hebrew letters are four letters in English, when read counterclockwise, the letters read, “TORA”. But when read clockwise, the letters read, “TAROT”.
There are four winged creatures sitting upon clouds in each corner of the card. The Angel represents Air, the Eagle represents Water, the Lion represents Fire and The Bull represents Earth. The figures symbolize the four fixed signs of the Zodiac; Aquarius, Scorpio, Leo and Taurus. The books that each of the creatures hold represents the Torah which communicates wisdom and self-understanding.
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Sitting atop The Wheel is The Sphinx holding a sword that is tilted. The Sphinx is guardian to the wisdom of the Wheel. The tilted sword represents confusion in thought, events not being straight forward or that there is a slant to what is being perceived or experienced.
A snake slithers downwards on one side representing, death and decay and the act of descending into material world. On the other side of the wheel, Anubis, follows the upward rotation of the Wheel. Anubis guides the souls after death to the spirit world where they eventually will be reborn again into the physical. Showing that out of decay and death life once again is reborn. The cycle is continuous.
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