What Do Tarot Cards Mean? A Tarot Meaning List With Pictures For Beginners 3

Hi, we’ve come to the third part of “What Do Tarot Cards Mean?”, in which we’ll continue our discussion of the No.9~11 tarot cards.

The life lessons that are articulated in Major Arcana sometimes take us into secluded places where we need to learn and reflect single-handedly, as depicted in The Hermit card.

But sometimes tarot decides to bless us with good luck and fortune as illustrated in the Wheel of Fortune. This is done in order to create positive reinforcement in our spiritual journey and further test us.

Depending on our interpretation of these divine life lessons, we end up in the hands of The Justice card. It tells us that what we sow comes back to us, therefore, the wisest thing would be to do the right thing even when our effort is left unappreciated.

No.9 The Hermit tarot card meaning

the hermit tarot card
  1.  Numbers

The Hermit tarot card is the 9th card in the Major Arcana. The number 9 represents completion, soul-searching, and philanthropy.

  1. Patterns

The Hermit card’s colors are composed of gloomy gray and bright yellow which is contradictory in their nature. While gray symbolizes solitude and introspection, the bright lamp he is holding points out eternal wisdom and infinite optimism.

In addition, The Star of David symbol positioned inside the lamp is the main torch that opens the karmic Kabbalistic doorways illustrated in the tarot.

What does The Hermit tarot card mean? In general, it means: You will go on long and deep spiritual retreats to be able to master the knowledge of tarot.

  1. Upright and Reversed

If The Hermit card is drawn in the upright position, it may happen: You are going through a phase of self-reflection that will bless you with the wisdom of ancients.

  • Work

The subject you are working on may require spiritual guidance. That being said, The Hermit brings ascension and illumination after you make the effort.

  • Academics

Academically, you may have a brief hiatus to understand what you want to do with your life.

  • Affection

The Hermit card indicates a relationship with a distance that provides both individuals with space for soul-searching. If you are single, this is a time to do inner work and sort out things by yourself.

  • Mind

You are researching complex spiritual structures, diving deep into higher realms, and experimenting with new methods. Don’t let fear of loneliness drive you away from your curiosity.

the hermit tarot card reversed

If you draw a reversed The Hermit card, you should pay attention to the following status:

  • Work

The Hermit is the card of Virgo; therefore, it can denote working long hours with little to no support from your boss.

  • Academics

It suggests a period of withdrawal, loneliness, and pain. You may lose some friends or feel like your professors are unable to capture your vision. When The Hermit card is reversed, this withdrawal can turn into dropping out of college.

  • Emotion

Despite your incredible effort, your partner may not put enough feelings, and fail to appreciate your worth.

  • Mind

Oftentimes, you find it difficult to see the glass half full and may feel unwanted or excluded in your social circle.

No.10 The Wheel of Fortune tarot card meaning

wheel of fortune tarot card
  1. Numbers

The Wheel of Fortune tarot card is the 10th card in the Major Arcana. The number 10 represents a powerful gateway that is taking you in a brand-new direction.

  1. Patterns

The Wheel of Fortune card is a composition of blue and orange. Both are incredibly optimistic colors reflecting the luck and happiness that the card brings.

There are angels in all 4 corners of the card, and at the center Wheel of Fortune lies. While Anubis at the bottom represents bad luck, the snake symbolizes wisdom and patience, and the sphinx at the top signals great luck all year round.

What does The Wheel of Fortune tarot card mean? In general, it means: Circle of life has just turned your luck! Doors are opening and new lucrative beginnings are rolling in.

  1. Upright and Reversed

If The Wheel of Fortune card is drawn in the upright position: You are expanding your vision and luck in the destined path.

  • Work

Anything and anybody hindering your progress will be swept away. Good fortune is marching your front & your workspace will soon become a place of beaming and jolly moments.

  • Academics

Your academic productivity will increase, your social circle will expand, and your success will incrementally improve.

  • Affection

The Wheel of Fortune card indicates a fateful lover that was meant to be with you. Whoever this is, is the right person for you. Listen to the universe and watch this ultimate soul connection evolve into a power couple.

  • Mind

An old cycle ended, and now a new one begins. After wasting a humongous amount of your time pondering about your past mistakes, now is finally the time to move on.

wheel of fortune tarot card reversed

If you draw a reversed The Wheel of Fortune card, you should pay attention to the following status:

  • Work

For managers, this can indicate losing control at the office. For workers, it can mean a streak of bad luck in the workspace or complete termination of your contract.

  • Academics

Your success may decrease due to a seemingly unending cycle of setbacks. Carefully note down your deadlines and midterm dates. The reversed Wheel of Fortune card can quickly catapult the situation and ignite a total mess.

  • Emotion

Unfortunately, your relationship may have to offer you some negative karmic lessons. The person you consider a soulmate can turn out to be the exact opposite.

  • Mind

Your past might be haunting you; bringing unpleasant memories to the surface, and challenging your peace. This is a time to let go of your control obsession and kindly accept what the stars have written for you.

No.11 The Justice tarot card meaning

justice tarot card
  1. Numbers

The Justice tarot card is the 11th card in the Major Arcana. The number 11 is a master number that represents psychic powers, mystic pathways, and the duality of life.

  1. Patterns

The Justice card has a strong emphasis on the colors red and purple, both signaling the urgency of karmic matters. In the illustration, the judge holds a sword in one hand, and a scale in the other.

This not only visualizes the duality principle but also reminds humanity that true justice comes only when you judge with scale, and then give the much-needed punishment with a sword. 

Please note that The Justice card works like a pendulum, it puts you on a test, then revisits you to see whether you made the right choice.

What does The Justice tarot card mean? In general, it means: Whatever injustice was done to you will be restored.

  1. Upright and Reversed

If The Justice card is drawn in the upright position, this may happen: Being in a state of balance and using law of attraction wisely is a shortcut to master tarot’s teachings.

  • Work

You may find yourself in the middle of office drama, and also need to make sure everyone’s needs and wants are met at work. Soon enough you will become quite popular in the company thanks to your diligence and integrity.

  • Academics

Academic-wise, you may observe a sudden increase in your interest regards to studying law. If you are already a law student, the appearance of The Justice card in a reading can indicate earning experience in a law firm or court. 

This is also an ideal time to join volunteering organizations to fix the unfairness and bring more justice to the world.

  • Affection

The Justice card indicates a healthy and positive relationship gradually evolving into marriage. Count yourself lucky for having such a virtuous and truthful lover.

  • Mind

Your mind is busy calculating the outcome of every possible decision, but The Justice card wants you to know that good karma appreciates your efforts. If you are dealing with any sort of legal matter, it will all result in your favor.

justice tarot card reversed

If you draw a reversed The Justice card, you should pay attention to the following status:

  • Work

Try compromise and diplomacy to negotiate your problems with your supervisors. But also beware that justice will become ever more elusive in your office.

  • Academics

Due to mishaps, you may have to repeat some classes or your application for a scholarship may get denied.

  • Emotion

Your partner may have suddenly pulled the rug under you, leaving you in pain and feeling severely punished. 

The Justice card is the symbolization of the law of attraction; therefore, it tells you that you knowingly or not attracted this person into your life.

The good news is, you are still in charge, so you can use the karma to attract better people and avoid such unpleasant surprises in the future.

  • Mind

You may wonder, “Is there any room for enhancement in this lifetime? Why is everything unfair to me?” Let’s get real: You are using the laws of the universe for your harm! Decode what is interfering with your progress and rewire your brain.

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