# What Are Yes And No Cards In Tarot

Any inverted card would have negative connotations in my eyes, and I personally don’t believe that a card that I already perceive as unpleasant will change just because it is reversed. But I only use the tarot in that manner. You may hold contrasting opinions, and that’s wonderful!

Sort the yes and no cards in your tarot deck into piles as you go. There will also be a pile labeled “maybe/unsure.” If you’d like, you can make your decision later. Turn your yes list upside down, then go over it to see if any of the items are now negative in your eyes. You now have more no cards if they are. Are any of those cards now favorable to you if you take the no pile and reverse them?

### A Word About the Sun and the 9 of Cups

The Sun and the 9 of Cups are undeniably yes cards, I’m sure most other tarot readers would concur. As with the traditional wish card, you may be confident that your wish will come true if you ask for something in particular and receive one of these cards.

But what if one or both of these tarot cards appear upside-down? Has your dream been crushed? Will it ever occur?

If these cards are reversed, one interpretation is that your wish will be granted and your dream will come true, but only at first. After some time, you’ll notice a change and it’ll appear that everything has failed. These cards’ reversed meanings can also mean that you must wait before it happens.

## How does yes-or-no tarot reading work?

Keep it simple if you’re just getting started with a YES NO tarot reading. You have a yes if the Tarot card is upright. It’s a No if it’s reversed. Make sure your deck includes a balanced mixture of upright and reversed cards before using this technique. Never reshuffle the deck before cutting it in half and rotating the cards 180 degrees from top to bottom. To get an equal number of upright and reversed cards, repeat the process a few times.

You can also make a list of the Yes, No, and Maybe cards for you by going through your Tarot deck card by card. Put all of the cards you believe to be a yes in one pile. Your No cards will be in a different pile. You’ll have your Maybe cards in a third pile. So that you don’t change your mind when the cards are drawn, make your choice in writing.

## What does the Tarot card without a number mean?

One of the 78 cards in a tarot deck is The Fool. It is one of the 22 Major Arcana in tarot card reading, sometimes denoted by the numbers 0 (the first) or XXI (the last).

## In tarot, is the Judgement card a yes or no?

In a yes or no tarot spread, the Judgement card is inconclusive or neutral. Your response is based on the other cards that show up in your reading. However, if the Judgement tarot card appears in your reading, the answer to your query is typically a YES.

## Can I ask the tarot any questions?

Sincerely, the nicest aspect of tarot is that you may ask the cards ANYTHING. No question is too illogical for the tarot, and even better, there is no criticism. There are countless problems that tarot may help you understand and resolve. I personally steer clear of health-related inquiries as a tarot reader because I think a doctor would be a better resource for those, but I welcome every other subject. All of the solutions are already available and readyyou simply need to find them. Here’s what to do if you’re using tarot to make significant decisions in your life or simply to help you choose what TV show to binge-watch next.

### Questions you don’t really want answered

Even though it might seem apparent, it’s advisable to refrain from asking the tarot cards questions that you aren’t prepared to hear the answers to. That’s because answers to these questions can reveal information you’re just not quite ready to hear.

“Tarot can definitely come off as offensive if you’re not willing to hear the truth or consider an opposing opinion. Tarot reading Nicole Fortunaso

According to tarot reader and life coach Nicole Fortunaso, “tarot may truly come out as offensive if you are not willing to hear the truth of the problem or look at an alternate viewpoint.” She advises analyzing why you’re reacting the way you are in order to reflect on how to effectively address the underlying problem if you ask the question and aren’t satisfied with the response.

## Is temperance acceptable or not?

The Tarot card of Temperance doesn’t just speak of harmony; it also exudes assurance in a yes-or-no reading. You can move on with your plans if you’re ready to do so, but use caution.

Rushing and taking unnecessary risks might lead to mistakes with catastrophic repercussions. A ‘yes’ in a yer-or-no tarot reading can be represented by temperance. What does your intuition suggest, though?

## Can you interpret tarot cards for yourself?

It’s normal to be a little clumsy when you first start practicing the tarot. Tarot study is similar to learning a new languageit takes time to become proficient. But what happens if you no longer require the booklet and have intimate familiarity with the deck? Are you able to read yourself? No, except for a few rare instances. Simply put, it’s a horrible idea.

You see, the majority of us turn to astrology or tarot when we’re looking for clarity amid a period of ambiguity. In contrast to astrology, which is quite technical, our consciousness restricts our capacity to read tarot cards. Working with your personal interpretation of the cards, you are not constrained by short- and long-term cycles like the planets’ orbits. It might be tricky to go beyond your current circumstances while utilizing the tarot to better understand a trying scenario. Even if all the cards are spread out in front of you, putting them together requires such a broad perspective that it is all but impossible to fully understand the meaning of each card. Basically, any biases you already have will always be reflected in your tarot reading!

## In Tarot cards, what does the devil represent?

In The Pictorial Key to the Tarot, written by A.E. Waite in 1910, the Devil card is associated with numerous types of divination:

15. THE DARK ONE.

Ravage, brutality, vehemence, extreme measures, force, and fatality are examples of things that are predetermined but are not, therefore, wicked. Negative traits, frailty, petty behavior, and blindness are reversed.

The Devil in the Rider Waite Smith deck is inspired in part by Eliphas Levi’s well-known drawing “Baphomet” from his book Dogme et Rituel de la Haute Magie (1855). The Devil in the Rider-Waite-Smith deck has bat wings, ram horns, harpy feet, a reversed pentagram on the forehead, a raised right hand, and a dropped left hand carrying a torch. On a square pedestal, he squats. Male and female naked demons with tails are cuffed to the pedestal. In addition to combining human and animal aspects, Levi’s Baphomet had goat horns, breasts, a torch on his head, bat wings, a raised right hand, and a lowered left hand. The Devil is often portrayed as a satyr-like monster in contemporary Tarot cards. Waite claims that the Devil is perched atop an altar.

The devil is represented as having breasts, a face on the belly, eyes on the knees, lion feet, and male genitalia in pre-Eliphas Levi Tarot decks like the Tarot of Marseille. In addition, he possesses bat-like wings, antlers, a raised right hand, a dropped left hand, a staff, and wings like bats. Two animals with tails, hooves, and antlers are chained to his circular pedestal.

The planet Saturn and Capricorn, the corresponding Earth sign, are linked to the Devil card.

## The tower: is it true or false?

The answer to your question is no; nothing will happen according to plan. In a Yes or No reading, the Tower tarot card indicates that now is not the time to launch a new company, make a career change, or advance your relationship.

Before you think about taking action, you must survive the tsunami wave that the Tower is going to unleash.

But don’t worry. What rises must inevitably fall. Certainly, difficult circumstances won’t persist forever. You will rebuild your life into something bigger once this storm has passed.

## Is justice true or false?

Fairness, balance, and neutrality are the three pillars of justice. This is why it isn’t a card that is frequently used to judge whether something is yes or no.

If you are just looking for this kind of response, consider the following: Is ____ what’s best for me? Will ____ negatively impact me or another person?

Will I really be glad if I get a yes (or no)? You can find the answers you need by reflecting on these questions.