The Wheel of Fortune Tarot is a card from the Major Arcana. Its meaning is not as easy to interpret as many other cards because in the center of the image on this card is a wheel and not a particular character. You can guess that this card represents luck, but it also deals with such issues as change, fate, and destiny. Let’s now learn about the mystery behind the Wheel of Fortune Tarot card.
The Wheel of Fortune Tarot Card Meaning. The Wheel of Fortune is beautifully depicted with four clouds on each corner of the tarot card. The lion represents Leo, the angel represents Aquarius, the bull is Taurus, and the eagle is Scorpio. In the centre is a large bronze disc which shows ancient symbols which spell out the word TARO. The blue sphinx is represented by Hermes. On the right side.
Fate and destiny. Change of luck and fortune. Wheel of Fortune Tarot Card Meanings: The Wheel of Fortune brings change and usually of a positive nature unless surrounded or immediately followed by less favourable cards. The wheel suggests the cyclical nature and inevitability of change, what’s down must at some point go back up, and vice-versa.
The Reversed Wheel of Fortune brings apparent bad luck, delays and setbacks. Things may not working out as you planned. A fall from grace or power fis possible and with it great instability. You may find yourself having to repeat something you did a while back or it may be that something you did in the past has now come back to haunt you. When the Wheel of Fortune Reverses you must look to.
The Wheel of Fortune is generally an indicator of luck or destiny and it is a Major Arcana signifier of change. When the Wheel of Fortune appears upright in your Tarot reading big changes are coming. These changes should be for your greater good, but remember not all change is easy even if it’s leading you to your destiny! The upright Wheel of Fortune signals that the universe is working in.
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When the Wheel of Fortune shows up in a reading you know that a large change is about to happen. The card doesn’t speak to whether the change is good, bad, or indifferent: it’s just telling you that something big is about to happen and you should be prepared for it. When it happens it will probably feel like a bolt from the blue, a sudden stroke of good luck or a lightning flash of bad.
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