One Major Arcana Tarot card governs each zodiac sign! The Strength card is the ruling card for the Leo zodiac sign. Here, we examine the metaphorical associations between Leo and strength.
Leo is a Lion
The fearless and mighty Lion is the sign of Leo. The lion is the most noticeable character in the Strength Tarot card, which makes it the most clear correlation between the Tarot card and the zodiac sign. The card itself is also encircled by the vibrant yellows and golds of the Fire sign of Leo.
Leo, a Fixed and fiery sign, is renowned for being kind, caring, and generous. Leos are confident and ambitious, but they also enjoy being the center of attention. Almost anyone may be charmed into submission by them! With a Leo around, nothing ever gets dull.
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Which zodiac signs are represented by which tarot cards?
The astrological signs that correspond to the major arcana tarot cards are as follows:
- The Emperor rules Aries. Aries people enjoy taking charge of situations and being in leadership roles.
- The Hierophant is in Taurus.
- The lovers sign of Gemini.
- The Chariot of Cancer
- The Hermit, or Virgo.
Is the sun in tarot Leo?
The Sun, also known as Leo’s ruling planet in astrology, is the tarot deck’s most upbeat card.
Because the Sun fuels the unquenchable fire in Leo and provides energy for all life on earth, abundance is another trait of the card. enabling you to take the initiative, spread positivity, and restore faith in humanity.
The enormous flaming energy from the Sun is helpful, empowering, and authoritative, in contrast to other fire signs. Although a conventional Leo may occasionally come off as a diva who loves the limelight, is willfully pushy, and tends to rule in relationships.
How can I find out which Tarot card I have?
The technique that was created with The Tarot School is the one that I was first exposed to and with which I am most familiar.
- In order for you to add these two-digit numbers together, we first divide your birthdate into 4 groups of 2 digits each. YY + MM + DD + DD + YY
- Add the numbers together if the total is a two-digit number. Your first birth certificate is here. To obtain your second birth certificate, reduce this to a single digit.
- Ex: 11 + 22 + 20 + 00 = 53
- Strength – First Card: 5 + 3 = 8.
- The Star – Second Card: 8 = 1 + 7 = 17
- Add the first two digits to the third digit if the sum is a three-digit number. Your first birth certificate is here. To obtain your second birth certificate, reduce this to a single digit.
- Ex: 07 + 20 + 19 + 89 = 135
- Moon – First Card: 13 + 5 = 18.
- Hermit – Second Card, 1 + 8 = 9.
- When your total equals 19, there is an exception to all of these laws. Those with this much will have three cards, compared to the average person’s two. This is due to the fact that 1 + 9 = 10 and 1 + 0 = 1, creating your cards. The Magician, The Wheel, and The Sun
Tarot cards and astrology are they related?
These days, almost everyone you know possesses a tarot deck and regularly receives readings. Tarot is no longer simply for the esoteric. Tarot has evolved over time into an intuitive art that may assist you in planning for both the best and worst scenarios. Tarot cards are filled with symbolism, but you might not be aware of how closely it is related to astrology. For instance: In the Major Arcana, a card corresponds to each sign of the zodiac.
Leo moon: What is it?
One more day, one more Full Moon. The Full Moon of February occurs on February 16 in the capital of Leo. The Moon in Leo encourages us to take action with confidence in ourselves as it is surrounded by glittering gold and crystal-clear desires.
Your goal is to be proud of both yourself and the people you are surrounded by at this time, with the Sun in Aquarius and the Full Moon in Leo. You know, a pride of lions is a group of them! You are reminded by the Moon in Leo that your people are worth fighting for, regardless of how you personally feel. Another important aspect of this transit is humility: If you know your worth, you won’t need to show it to anyone.
Spend your energies cultivating your relationships and community during this Full Moon. Which lions from your pride are you bringing to the watering hole with you?
Why does a Leo Sun exist?
Sun in Leo characteristics include being self-assured, at ease in the spotlight, drama-loving, ambitious, devoted, fiercely protective of their loved ones, generous, opulent-loving, sunny, and big-hearted. Their traits correspond to themes found in the Leo-ruled Fifth House of Romance and Self-Expression. The Fifth House is in charge of unhurried enjoyment, creativity, children, pleasure, and the most passionate, vivacious forms of sex, such as flirtation and dating.
What sign represents the sun in tarot?
The Sun tarot card represents the Leo zodiac sign and is the nineteenth card in the Major Arcana. The closest star to Earth attracts attention to itself just as a Leo does in a crowd due to his captivating nature. The Sun, widely regarded as the finest card in the Major Arcana, represents wealth in all spheres of life.
The abundance, optimism, happiness, health, youth, positive ideas, love, energy, vigor, and manifestation are all represented by the Sun Tarot.
The Sun Tarot from the Rider Waite deck has a young, naked lad (the “son of the sun”) riding a white or gray horse without a saddle to signify mobility, progress, and direction (indicating that correct direction can be given by will and positive thinking alone). The boy is dressed with a red feather and a flower crown that symbolizes life (represents truth and justice). With his left hand, he is holding a big red banner, which represents victory and jubilation.
Sunflowers, the traditional flower signifying fame and riches, are in full bloom on a wall behind the youngster.
The “kid” inside of you is beckoned to come out and play by the enormous, yellow sun that is shining above him in an almost benign manner.
In a broad interpretation, good news is brought by The Sun rising. Since the dark times are behind us, everything is proceeding according to your wishes. Now is the moment to have self-assurance and to be more imaginative. Release the creativity and ingenuity you possess. Celebrate the brightness entering your life by being joyful.
You’ll be in fantastic physical and mental condition, and you’ll have a lucky disposition. Don’t pass up this opportunity to manage your circumstances and make the most of it.
The card may also portend the arrival of someone who will make it easier for you to view things clearly.
When the Sun Tarot card appears in reverse, its meaning is altered. It implies a decline in your inherent self-assurance and self-esteem. You have a negative, pessimistic outlook and question everything.
When The Sun appears in a business reading, it portends that you will be the business’s capable leader and that it will prosper. Those with paid employment will witness a terrific career start. You know exactly what you want to do, and with enough work, you can.
You might even inspire others and encourage them to give their all in their work.
A wonderful card to show up if you’re considering investing or launching a new business.
In a relationship reading, The Sun rising makes you feel secure, pampered, and adored. You two have a lovely rapport, and you feel free to disclose your innermost feelings to each other. You can plainly understand and “see” each other thanks to the sun’s brilliant brightness, which renders you “transparent” to one another. This is how relationships function best.
The presence of other cards, such as the 3 of Cups, 9 of Pentacles, The Empress, or Pages, could also portend the birth of a child.
And for singles, The Sun rising denotes that this is a perfect time to socialize since you will attract your soul mate with your beauty.
When the sun rises in a health reading, it denotes vigor and favorable psychological and physical conditions. In the meanwhile, it advises you to drink plenty of water if you spend too much time in the sun. Health concerns might range from minor ones like a fever or sunburn to major ones like dehydration or even skin cancer.
What tarot card has the most influence?
The Fool is typically seen as a card from the Major Arcana when performing a tarot reading. Contrary to popular belief, the Fool does not fall under either category in tarot card games. Instead, the Fool serves a function that is distinct from both the simple suit cards and the trump cards. As a result, the Fool has no number assigned to it in the majority of tarot decks that were initially created for playing games. Although Waite assigns the Fool the number 0, in his book, the Fool is discussed between Judgment (number 20) and The World (number 21). The Tarocco Piemontese is the only traditional game deck that numbers the Fool 0. Since the 1930s, the corner index for the Fool in Tarot Nouveau decks has frequently been a black inverted mullet. The Fool is one of the most expensive cards in practically all tarot games.
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!
How can I determine the tarot card for the current year?
By the way, depending on where you think the parentheses in the math formula belong and the subsequent order of operations, I think I might be calculating the year card a little differently.
My strategy is to separate out three sums for a trinity that has spiritual significance. Your birth month and day are combined to create one number. If the year is your birth year or a transiting year for a Tarot Year Card calculation, add the digits for that year separately.
You have now completed two operations. When you combine the two together, you get the third order for that beautiful, tidy trinity. Theosophic reduction is only performed once three operations for the trinity have been completed (i.e., if the sum is over 22, add the digits together for a single digit sum).
That is the intriguing riddle with metaphysics.
There are numerous alternative methods and correspondence schemes. Consider my investigation of elemental directional correspondences and resolving the conflicts in a prior blog article.
It’s crucial to comprehend your justification and to choose a strategy or correspondence system that supports your personal philosophy.
You should do such procedures independently before combining them in a math problem where parentheses denote the separation of ideas (left to right). Since the idea of a Base Year has been established, it only makes sense to calculate the Base Year using a different order of operations. It supports the viewpoint that each Base Year is “predetermined to the point where, simply by adding up the numbers, we can predict what the Base Year tarot card will be.
The degree of the sun in astrology is equal to the month plus the day. That then becomes an idea in and of itself. What is the sum of our birthday’s month, day, and sun sign degree? “changes a Base Year determination’s overall generalities. Therefore, it makes sense that the degree of the sun sign, as an independent concept transferred to numerology for this purpose, would be its own distinct idea and require a different set of parentheses. It seems logical to me to carry out this step in a separate predetermined order of operation, and to combine the two preset sums in the third and last predetermined order of operation.
This technique of calculation produces three operations for a trinity, matching it with Hermetic and Neo-Platonic philosophytwo ideas that have a significant impact on esoteric tarot.
So that’s the justification behind my strategy. However, it differs from the conventional approach advocated by Archetypal Tarot and the literature on tarot birth cards.
My advice is to investigate the many strategies, choose the one that works best for you, and then stay with it, i.e., be consistent. The most important factor is ultimately personal consistency.
The Fool is card 22 in the Archetypal Tarot. Key 0: The Fool can be a birth card or, in the case of the practice in this workshop, a Tarot year card.
I don’t follow 22 because my own philosophy favors the continuity of trinities and the hallowed sevens. I perform the theosophic reduction if the total exceeds 21. I prefer to view The Fool card as a symbol. But this is solely a matter of personal taste. Just do what seems to work for you; there is no right or wrong answer here.
If your birthday occurs between January 1 and June 30, according to Archetypal Tarot, your Tarot Year Cycle is more likely to be felt from one January to the next, neatly aligning with the calendar year.
However, if you were born in a late calendar season, between July 1 and December 31, you are more likely to experience the Tarot Year according to the appropriate Major Arcana card from your birthday through the next birthday or solar return.
I suggested a three-card oracle reading when considering the lessons your Tarot Year Card will teach you, but you are welcome to approach the journaling prompts as you prefer. Yes, you could use a tarot deck for this, but I’ve found that using a non-tarot deck works far better. Pick your favorite modern oracle deck, like as Lenormand, Kipper, or another.
Because there is a wider range of artistic expression when you take your Tarot Year Card from many modern decks, this is an extremely enjoyable practice. I had a Key 20: Judgement year in 2021, so if I’m studying the Judgement card, I’ll take a Key 20 from one of the several tarot decks I own and lay it out in a spread.
If you have a sizable collection of tarot decks, choose your Tarot Year card from seven, eight, or even ten different decks, and arrange the cards in a spread as you respond to the journaling questions on the handout.
Tarot Year card variations should be read as their own spread, which means you should look for symbols that strike out to you and make a note of which signs or symbols are drawing your attention. Summarize the various ways that Major Arcana card has been interpreted. As you explore the Tarot Year, take a picture of the spread.
The Tarot Year Card is just the tip of the iceberg in terms of what you can accomplish with it; birth cards, personality cards, soul cards, and other cards are all covered. Learn more about Base Years, Cycle Themes, and your Karmic Year while also reading about them. This book also has an amazing reference on how to interpret your Year Cards.
Get a copy of Archetypal Tarot: What Your Birth Card Reveals About Your Personality, Path, and Potential if you desire to use the tarot for introspective psychology work, journaling, and self-exploration. Theresa Reed, the Tarot Lady, wrote the Foreword for this edition from 2021.
The 2011 book Who Are You in the Tarot: Discover Your Birth and Year Cards and Uncover Your Destiny has been updated. I own both and adore them.