Tarot- Secrets of the Devil Card

A scowling winged goat-man, often holding a wand of fire, is an unpleasant picture. Add to that all kinds of scary devil-like signs and two captive humans, and you’ll wish you never went in for that Tarot reading. But let’s take a deeper look. This card can save your life. What the Devil Card Really Means Like all Tarot cards, the Devil has many meanings. Some depend on what question you asked. Other meanings depend on the other cards in the reading. But let’s look at it by itself for a moment and decrypt its essential message. The basic message is actually a question: What are you holding on to in your life, that is holding you back? This is …

Love Tarot Readings and the Devil Tarot Card

Perhaps one of the most frightening cards in a love tarot reading is the devil card. The image of the Devil invokes fear, uncertainty and trepidation. However, in most love tarot readings, the Devil tarot card is often misunderstood. The Devil Tarot card should not be interpreted literally. In truth, it is a metaphor for our own behaviors and attachments to other people. In Love Tarot readings, the Devil serves as a messenger. Its appearance warrants reflection and a willingness to explore our own behaviors in relation to others. Traditionally, the Tarot card meanings of the Devil Tarot Card refer to issues of materialism and self-centeredness. It is a warning that one may be misusing their power or influence. It …

Tarot Card Interpretation: The Devil – The Tower – Death

It is human nature to want to see the future. To see what is coming, before it actually arrives. It’s the reason many people get readings from Tarot Readers, hoping to get a glimpse of what life has in store for them. While Tarot Reading does offer you insight into some of what lies ahead. The reading provides information about where you are, where you have been, and where you are going. It is my personal experience the 3 most challenging cards in the Tarot deck are, The Devil, The Tower, and Death. These cards can elicit fears, or a sense of impending doom. This stands to reason, due to preconceived idea’s and false symbolism of what these cards actually …