Ace-Swords
Two-Swords
Three-Swords
Four-Swords
Five-Swords
Six-Swords
Seven-Swords
Eight-Swords
Nine-Swords
Ten-Swords
Knight-Swords
Queen-Swords
Prince-Swords
Princess-Swords
Seven-Wands
Nine-Wands
Eight-Wands
Knight-Wands
Queen-Wands
Princess-Wands
Four-Wands
Three-Wands
Five-Wands
Six-Wands
Ace-Wands
Two-Wands
Ten-Wands
Prince-Wands
Ace-Disks
Two-Disks
Three-Disks
Four-Disks
Five-Disks
Seven-Disks
Eight-Disks
Nine-Disks
Ten-Disks
Knight-Disks
Queen-Disks
Prince-Disks
Princess-Disks
Six-Disks
Ace-Cups
Two-Cups
Four-Cups
Five-Cups
Six-Cups
Seven-Cups
Eight-Cups
Nine-Cups
Ten-Cups
Knight-Cups
Prince-Cups
Princess-Cups
Three-Cups
Queen-Cups
The Hierophant
The Fool
The Magus
The Priestess
The Empress
Death
The Emperor
The Lovers
The Chariot
Adjustment
The Hermit
Fortune
Lust
The Hanged Man
Art
The Devil
The Tower
The Star
The Moon
The Sun
Aeon
The Universe

General tarot card meanings

A general database of tarot card meanings to help you interpret the general meaning of tarot cards. In Toth tarot reversed cards are not used so you will not find any here. If you want to see and understand the meaning of Tarot cards in much greater detail use the table above and visit each of the tarot cards page.

Tarot card meanings - the four Aces

First in order of appearance are the four tarot Aces, meaning the force of the Spirit acting in, and binding together the four scales of each element and answering to the Dominion of the Letters of the Name in the Kether of each. Cards represent the Radical or Root-Force. The Four tarot cards, Aces, are said to be placed on the North Pole of the Universe, wherein they revolve, governing its revolution, and ruling as the connecting link between Yetzirah and the Material Plane of the Universe"

Tarot card meanings - the four Twos

The meanings of Four Deuces symbolize the Powers of the King and Queen tarot cards: first uniting and initiating the Force, but before the Prince and Princess are thoroughly brought into action. Therefore do tarot cards generally mean the initiation and fecundation of a thing.

Tarot card meanings - the four Threes

The Four Threes tarot cards, generally, mean the realization of action owing to the Prince having been produced. The central symbol on each card. Action definitely commenced for good or evil.

Tarot card meanings - the four Fours

Perfection, realization, completion, making a matter settled and fixed.

Tarot card meanings - the four Fives

The Fives tarot cards meanings: opposition, strife and struggle; war, obstacle to the thing in hand. Ultimate success or failure is otherwise shown.

Tarot card meanings - the four Sixes

The Sixes general meanings: Definite accomplishment and carrying out of a matter.

Tarot card meanings - the four Sevens

Generally shows a force, transcending the material plane, and is like unto a crown which is indeed powerful but requireth one capable of wearing it. The sevens then show a positive result which is dependant on the action then taken. They depend much on the symbols that accompany them.

Tarot card meanings - the four Eights

Generally the four Eights tarot card meanings show solitary success; i.e., success in the matter for the time being, but not leading to much result apart from the thing itself.

Tarot card meanings - the four Nines

The meanings of the four Nines show very great fundamental force. Executive power, because they rest on a firm base, powerful for good or evil.

Tarot card meanings - the four Tens

Generally show fixed, culminated, completed Force, whether good or evil. The matter thoroughly and definitely determined. Similar to the force of the Nines, but ultimating it, and carrying it out.