Major Arcana Card Combinations
The Major Arcana tarot cards speak of the life situations we are in, and when they show up in our readings they tell us what situation the rest of the cards in the spread speak of. It can be a good idea to use reversed cards because Major Arcana cards will then be able to tell you if the situation you are in will be positive or negative. A reversed Major Arcana card can also be a sign to turn a situation around. Sometimes a reversed Major Arcana cards can mean you need to take a step back and incorporate the lessons seen in the previous Major Arcana card. For example; Strength reversed can mean you need to incorporate the Chariot into your life. The Chariot stands for healthy competition and being a go-getter. Go after what you truly desire and the Strength card will be turned around with all of its gifts available to you.
Fool upright. A situation involving new beginnings, children and students, or adults acting like children. Fool can also indicate a new situation where the Seeker feels excited, yet they are being naive about what the situation is actually about. Fool next to Magician often means the Seeker has a lot of luck in career. Fool next to Empress signifies an unexpected pregnancy. Fool in combination with Emperor can mean the Seeker has to grow up fast. Fool next to Temperance often denotes higher education. Fool next to Devil can mean difficulties in dealing with an authority/boss/coworker/family member in the Seeker’s life. Fool with Star can mean an unpredictable new situation where the Seeker is relying on faith to get through.
Fool reversed. A situation involving an old person. Fool reversed also indicate a situation where the Seeker feels pessimistic. Fool reversed with Justice can mean being an unwilling witness or unwilling participant in a legal case. Fool reversed with Star often mean the Seeker will do something in the heat of the moment they later will regret. Fool reversed with the Sun card often means the later stages of a pregnancy. It can also mean a temporary setback. Fool reversed with World can mean wasting one’s talents and resources.
Magician upright. A situation involving the Seeker’s highest and best soulmate, or highest and best life-calling using the Seeker’s natural gifts and abilities. Magician next to Wheel of fortune often means luck in meeting someone significant when you least expect it. Magician next to Emperor often means self-employment. Magician next to Temperance means the Seeker will meet someone who will bring out the best in them. It can also be a workplace that is exactly what you need. This card combination can also signify a wellness industry. Magician next to the Devil card can mean being pulled into a bad situation leading to trouble. Magician next to World can mean using your talent to teach others.
Magician reversed. A situation where the Seeker is being deceived by someone dishonest. Magician reversed can also indicate a situation where the Seeker is unable to use their talents, or the Seeker is out of place and doing something they are unnatural at. Magician reversed next to Empress can mean adultery. Magician reversed next to Lovers can mean difficulties committing in relationships. Magician reversed next to Hierophant can mean spiritual crisis. Magician reversed next to World can mean Seeker being out of alignment geographically. They might feel out of place and have difficulties connecting with people in their community, can also be an indication of a language barrier.
High Priestess upright. A situation involving the most important woman in your life; can be wife, sister, daughter, mother, grandmother, female friend etc. High priestess can also be the inner world of the seeker. Thought patterns and beliefs seem stronger than ever. High Priestess next to Magician can mean the Seeker is on the path to meet their highest and best, most compatible soul mate. High Priestess with Emperor can mean a woman in a man’s world. High Priestess next to Chariot often indicates a career woman. High Priestess next to Temperance means being able to communicate with a higher power. It also signifies a woman from a far away place. High Priestess next to World tarot card often means high education and/or an academic.
High Priestess reversed. Difficulties involving understanding someone, often due to lack of insight. Use of intuition and insight will heal this. High Priestess reversed next to Strength can mean having lost faith and passion, and therefore also direction. Being lead astray is indicated. High Priestess reversed next to Hermit can mean growing apart from family and friends, and being too isolated. High Priestess reversed next to Hanged Man can mean being lost in a world of conspiracy and false ideas. There are difficulties adapting to fresh new ideas. High Priestess reversed next to Tower can mean being ‘addicted’ to drama, and being emotionally on a roller-coaster. High Priestess reversed next to the World can mean difficulties completing a study. There are difficulties with concentration.
Empress upright. A happy life situation involving nurturing and love. In combination with the Sun it often means pregnancy. With the Fool, it often means raising children. With the Chariot, it often means nurturing career. With the High Priestess, it often indicates your mother. With the Emperor it often indicates a charismatic couple; can also be your parents. Empress with Hanged Man can mean creating a peaceful life. Empress next to Moon often indicates a spiritual path revealing spiritual gifts. Empress with Judgement can mean being a single mother.
Empress reversed. A situation involving neglect and lack of support. Take a step back and embrace your feminine power. Empress reversed with the Hermit can mean loneliness and difficulties making friends. Empress reversed next to Devil tarot card can mean promiscuity and love addictions. Empress reversed next to Moon can indicate a worrywart. Empress reversed next to Judgement can mean difficulties caring for someone elderly.
Emperor upright. A situation where the Seeker feels completely in control. Emperor often indicates being on top of an organisation or being a business owner. Emperor next to Fool can mean a very calculated risk. It can also mean new structure needed in a business or a learning institution. Emperor next to Strength can indicate Human Resources or a spiritual entrepreneur. Emperor next to Wheel of fortune often means a better job, possibly a promotion. Emperor next to Justice can mean government work with a strong legal aspect. Emperor next to Temperance often indicates a career in management, often in a humanitarian field. Emperor next to Tower can mean the Seeker is burning out due to too much stress. Emperor next to World can mean work in natural resources and governments.
Emperor reversed. Lack of leadership. The Seeker might feel out of control in life, or a situation feels chaotic. Nurturing and love will heal this situation, and bring back appropriate leadership. Emperor reversed next to Fool can mean lack of care nurturing young people. They might be left fending for themselves, no one is showing them how to mature. There are no role models. Emperor reversed next to Hierophant can indicate an organisation losing valuable funds. Emperor reversed next to Lovers can mean someone is unable to function in relationships due to lack of self-love. Emperor reversed next to Strength can mean someone is giving too much of themselves without having appropriate boundaries. Emperor reversed next to Sun tarot card can mean there is an absent father figure in someone’s life.
Hierophant upright. Spiritual structure. A situation that is compatible with the Seeker’s beliefs and values. This is a good card to get in a career question as it denotes the Seeker agrees with the values of the company he/she works for. In a relationship, Hierophant denotes marriage and sharing the same beliefs. Hierophant next to High Priestess mean an even deeper sense of meaning and purpose, and it often involves empowering the individual. Hierophant next to Temperance often means an ancient culture and spiritual rituals. Hierophant next to Star can mean the Seeker has a sudden awakening that creates shock waves in their lives. Hierophant next to the Sun means security and success on a long term basis. Hierophant next to World can mean the Seeker travels overseas to teach.
Hierophant reversed. Lack of compatibility in belief system between the Seeker and the situation; it can be in personal relationships or in the workplace depending on the question. Hierophant reversed indicates the Seeker feels insecure at the core and might be subconsciously attracted to a corrupt and false institution where they will be vulnerable to abuse. Hierophant reversed next to Fool can mean a learning institution lacking guidance and structure. There is no real substance, and the teachers are lacking motivation. Hierophant reversed next to Magician can mean a relationship being on the rocks. Hierophant reversed next to Justice can mean an investigation into an organisation revealing scandals and illegal activity. Hierophant reversed next to Tower can mean the Seeker is spiritually broken, and abandonment of spiritual faith. What the Seeker is believing and what is the truth are out of alignment. The Seeker might be accusing innocent people of wrong doing. Hierophant reversed and the Moon indicates fear driven beliefs and consequently fear-driven actions. This card combination can also represent a mental institution where the patients are not getting the correct treatment.
Lovers upright. Love and relationship situations. The Seeker feels whole and complete, and most importantly loved. Lovers next to Fool can mean falling in love too easily. This card combination often shows up when the Seeker meets the person they will be with before they meet the One. The Fool is there to teach them something before they meet the one they are meant to be with. The Seeker might believe they have met the One but are unable to form a solid relationship. The Lovers and the Magician together indicate true love and being with your Highest and Best soulmate in this lifetime. Lovers next to Hierophant often mean getting married. Lovers next to Hermit can mean a long distance relationship, and being friends before becoming romantically involved. It can also mean finding love later in life. Lovers next to Wheel of fortune mean a Destiny meeting bringing you love. Divine timing is at play. Lovers next to Justice can mean the legal aspects of a relationship, and sometimes it can mean setting up prenups. Lovers next to the Moon means romance and romantic surprises. Lovers next to Sun mean falling in love at first sight. Lovers next to the World tarot card often means a romance across continents.
Lovers reversed. Lack of unity and finding a common ground. The Seeker might feel disconnected and numb. Lovers reversed next to Magician can mean being afraid of falling in love. Lovers reversed next to Emperor can indicate seeking love to have security rather than being in love. Lovers reversed next to Chariot can mean running from love, and breaking up with someone. Lovers reversed next to Justice can mean divorce. Lovers reversed next to Moon can mean seeking Love in all the wrong places. Lovers reversed next to Judgement can mean a karmic relationship where the Seeker is getting back what they used to dish out, and must learn to raise their vibration to experience love in a more harmonic way.
Chariot upright. Healthy competition and growing through wanting to get ahead. Winning because of a can-do attitude. Chariot next to Magician can mean a sales job, or in a love reading, it can mean travelling when meeting your soulmate. Chariot next to Hermit can mean the postal service; sending/receiving post, and it can also mean emails. This card combination can also denote the internet. Chariot next to Hanged Man can mean winning by bidding your time. Chariot next to Death can indicate the police or the military. This card combination can also mean travelling to a place with a strong military presence, or a strong police presence. Chariot next to Star can mean seeking fame, and a career in the public eye. Chariot next to Judgement often means political ambitions.
Chariot reversed. Unhealthy competition and ego-motivated situations. Losing due to having the wrong attitude. Chariot reversed next to Fool can mean being accident prone, especially when travelling. Chariot reversed next to High Priestess can indicate a lack of self-belief. Chariot reversed next to Strength can mean depending too much on your partner, friend or colleague. Chariot reversed next to Justice can mean problems with legalities, even losing a legal case. Chariot reversed next to Tower can mean fleeing a dangerous situation. Chariot reversed next to Star can mean losing sight of one’s dreams. Chariot reversed next to World can mean a difficult time where the Seeker has to become more to stay on top of things, or they will fall behind.
Strength upright. Being someone’s rock. Situations where the Seeker is the caregiver. Strength next to Fool can mean helping students. Strength next to Magician means the relationship is rock solid. It also means nurturing one’s talents and the talents of others. Strength next to Chariot can mean letting someone go and setting them free because you love them. Strength next to Hermit can mean being the light in someone’s life, and caring for them through teachings and mentoring. It can also mean a teacher is the Seeker’s rock. Strength next to Justice can mean legal assistance. Strength next to Sun can mean helping taking care of children, and giving children a safe childhood.
Strength reversed. Unable to care for others, and not having enough support in one’s life. The Seeker might be fatigued and apathetic. Strength reversed next to Fool can mean either be taken advantage of or taking advantage of others. It can also mean a student who lacks passion for the subject their studying. Strength reversed next to High Priestess can mean a woman on her own with little to none support network. Strength reversed next to Chariot can indicate too much pressure to perform has drained the Seeker of energy. Strength reversed next to Moon can mean thought patterns and toxic emotions causing the Seeker to feel flat and without passion and energy. Strength reversed next to Sun can mean a much-needed break and holiday coming up, but it can also mean the Seeker has a lack of energy while being around people who are very energised, for example, children.
Hermit upright. Introspective and reflective. Seeking peace and understanding away from the mainstream social consciousness. Hermit next to Fool can mean letting go of worry and concerns, thus feeling light and optimistic. This card combination is also often seen when someone has been single for a very long time, and they never had to adjust to someone else over a long period of time. They have not had to fit in with another person, friends and families, they are only moulded by their own thoughts and programming. Hermit next to Wheel of fortune can mean being a healer, animal communicator and/or mentor is the Seeker’s destiny. It can also mean meeting someone with those qualities to receive help and guidance. Hermit next to Hanged Man can mean being different from contemporaries. The Seeker might be unable to fit in. Hermit next to Death can mean a generation gap, it can also mean a child who is an old soul. Hermit next to judgement can mean an old person, however in career questions, it often mean political adviser.
Hermit reversed. Isolation and loneliness. The Seeker either has too much time alone or not any time alone at all. Either way, the Seeker feels isolated and lonely as a result. Hermit reversed next to Lovers can mean a couple who only have each other and very rarely socialise outside the relationship. Hermit reversed next to Strength can indicate the Seeker is hanging in the hope of better times ahead. Hermit reversed next to Moon can indicate feeling very low emotionally. Hermit reversed next to World can mean the Seeker feels they don’t belong on this planet.
Wheel of fortune upright. Destiny, luck and divine timing. The Wheel is turning in the Seeker’s favour and situations turn out to their advantage. Wheel of fortune next to Fool can mean an unexpected promotions or offer. Wheel of fortune next to High Priestess can mean a fortunate meeting with an influential woman. Wheel of fortune next to Hanged Man can mean turning down an offer that is hard to refuse. This card combination can also mean an offer with an unfortunate catch to it. Wheel of fortune next to Star can mean getting public recognition, even fame. Wheel of fortune next to World can mean emigrating overseas.
Wheel of fortune reversed. Unlucky situations and being at a disadvantage. Wheel of fortune reversed next to Fool often means having lost direction and not knowing how to proceed. This card combination can also indicate skill shortages and holes in the education system. Wheel of fortune reversed next to High priestess can mean losing touch with inner guidance, and also losing contact with an important woman in the Seeker’s life. Wheel of fortune reversed next to chariot can mean feeling defeated and wanting more control in life. It can also mean a loss of driver licence or car problems. Wheel of fortune reversed with Hanged Man can mean unemployment. Wheel of fortune reversed next to Death can mean one door has closed, but the Seeker has yet to see a new door opening, and the Seeker might feel they are in limbo. Wheel of fortune reversed next to Tower can mean losing something important at the worse possible time. Wheel of fortune reversed next to Judgement can mean retirement.
Justice upright. Legal activity, and situations involving being lawful and following rules. Justice next to Fool can mean unexpected luck in legal outcomes. Justice next to Magician can indicate a very clever lawyer. Justice next to Emperor can indicate a legal firm. Justice next to Chariot can mean starting a new fitness regime. Justice next to Devil can indicate a criminal lawyer. Justice with Moon often means legal loopholes. Justice next to Judgement can mean political agendas and political ideas.
Justice reversed. Unfairness and injustice. Situations where people are breaking the rules, even the law. Justice reversed next to High Priestess can mean lack of opportunities for women. Justice reversed next to Hermit can mean jail time. Justice reversed next to Hanged Man can mean legal setbacks. Justice reversed next to Devil can mean a criminal organisation. Justice reversed next to Tower can mean lies and betrayal covered up. Justice reversed next to Moon can mean bullying. Justice reversed next to Sun can mean a custody battle.
Hanged Man upright. Situations involving walking away from conflict and taking a step back from the ‘limelight’. The Seeker realises that a situation is not about them and they need to let go of trying to control it. See what is really going on by observing objectively. The hanged man next to Fool can mean a sudden change of lifestyle. It can mean being a stay at home parent. The hanged man next to Emperor often means going against your instincts. The hanged man next to Hermit can denote a psychiatrist. The hanged man next to Death can mean the Seeker is changing their future through changing their belief system. Hanged Man next to Star can mean being an activist for peace. The hanged man next to Moon often signifies a creative genius. The hanged man next to Sun can mean a delay in getting pregnant, or being out of touch with the present moment.
Hanged Man reversed. A toxic situation created by unhealthy ego. The Seeker is unable to let go and let God. Instead, they are getting involved in situations that are none of their concern. Hanged Man reversed next to Magician can mean missing an opportunity due to focusing on the wrong things. Hanged Man reversed next to High Priestess can mean old grief and sadness blocking psychic powers. Hanged Man reversed next to Lovers can indicate an abusive relationship. Hanged Man reversed next to Hermit can mean addictions. Hanged Man reversed next to Death indicates a fear of change. Hanged Man reversed next to Star can mean being led astray. Hanged Man reversed next to Judgement can mean being taken advantage of.
Death upright. A situation is ending, and a new beginning is about to start. Death can also indicate the Seeker’s childhood. Death next to Fool can mean facing a fear head on. Death next to High Priestess can mean Mediumship. It can also mean past life memories surfacing. Death next to Justice often means dealing with taxes or handling other people’s money. It can also be an inheritance. Death next to Chariot often means the Seeker is changing residence. Death next to Moon can mean creative blocks. Death next to Sun means the Seeker is re-living a childhood memory. Death next to Judgement can mean a near-death experience.
Death reversed. A much-needed ending is not happening, and the Seeker might be suffering mentally as a result. Death reversed can mean the Seeker has thought patterns that act as loops, replaying in their mind over and over again, needing to be released. Death reversed next to Fool can mean the Seeker has difficulties in school. Death reversed next to Justice can indicate prolonged and unfair legal proceedings. Death reversed next to Wheel of fortune can mean the Seeker cheated death. Death reversed next to Hanged Man can indicate the Seeker just wants to give up. Death reversed next to Devil can indicate jail time or be stuck in what feels like a prison. Death reversed next to Tower can mean emotional meltdowns due to a difficult upbringing, possibly even abuse in childhood. This needs to be healed so the Seeker can have peace of mind. Death reversed next to Sun can mean the Seeker is not growing. Something is preventing them from growing up, it can be a sign of substance abuse.
Temperance upright. A situation which teaches the Seeker emotional control and leadership, often by mixing two opposite elements the Seeker must balance in order to keep the order. Temperance next to the Strength indicates the Seeker is mastering their emotions very well. Temperance next to Tower can mean the Seeker has emotional ups and downs that are at the far end of the scale each side. Situations might be very unpredictable. Temperance next to Star means the Seeker will be in the public eye, and they will learn to deal with people on a larger scale. Temperance next to Judgement means more responsibility will come upon the Seeker.
Temperance reversed. A situation which brings out the worst in the Seeker. Other people might deliberately make it harder for the Seeker, even sabotage their progress. Temperance reversed next to Fool speaks of unexpected responses to situations making it hard to get along and difficult moving forward. Temperance reversed next to Magician can mean the Seeker feels unworthy and has slave-mentality. Temperance reversed next to Moon can mean the Seeker is up all night, unable to sleep, worrying or having bad dreams. Temperance reversed next to Sun means situations will soon improve.
Devil upright. A situation that brings out the darker side to the Seeker’s personality. The Seeker might be dealing with others addictions, or maybe the Seeker has problems with their own addictive behaviour. Their inner demons are coming to the surface. Devil next to Emperor can mean a controlling authoritative figure, possibly the Seeker’s employer. This card combination can also mean the Seeker id too ambitious. Devil next to Hierophant can mean a corrupt system. Devil next to Chariot can denote a soldier, but it can also mean the Seeker is moving away from a limiting situation. Devil next to Judgement can mean someone is being too assertive, and they need to be more tolerant.
Devil reversed. A situation which the Seeker realises will be harmful thus they make appropriate changes. Devil reversed next to Fool can mean the Seeker has a newfound freedom in their life. Devil reversed next to High Priestess can indicate suppressed anger. Devil reversed next to Empress can mean failed IVF. Devil reversed next to Temperance can indicate the Seeker is suppressing their shadow side. Devil reversed next to Moon can mean the Seeker is balancing the fine line between madness and sanity. Devil reversed next to Sun can mean a hidden danger in a child’s life.
Tower upright. A difficult situation bringing dark feelings to the surface. The Seeker might feel they losing something or someone important to, them. In my experience, the Tower operates on an emotional level mostly. There is emotional upheaval, but it is not as bad as you think. Tower next to Fool can mean a sudden shock, someone might be mean on purpose, and it is unexpected. Tower next to Magician can mean someone the Seeker really likes, even loves, is triggering emotional turmoil in the seeker. The Seeker is pushed to the limit by someone who seems to know how to push all the right buttons. Tower next to Devil can indicate the Seeker is taking a stand and is not backing down. They might retaliate. Someone treated them badly, and now the Seeker treats them bad back. Tower next to Star can mean the Seeker has to ask for help and allow someone to help them. They need to stop believing they are always on their own. Tower next to Judgement can mean a sudden Wake-Up call. The Seeker might suddenly have enough of a situation, they take charge of their lives, and move on. And they don’t look back.
Tower reversed. A situation where truth remains hidden and people are resigned to be ‘less’ than they could be. Restriction and discrimination are often at the heart of the situation. Fear campaigns keep the Seeker from freeing themselves from the Tower. There is no shake-up and the Seeker bottles up their feelings. Tower reversed next to Fool can indicate difficulties in moving on from rigid structures. Tower reversed next to Justice can mean the Seeker has bound themselves to a contract without really knowing what they signed up for, and not being able to get out of it. Tower reversed next to Moon can mean the Seeker is being slowly poisoned, could be through the water, food or medication. This card combination can also signify that the Seeker is being brainwashed, and therefore poisoned through mind-games. Tower reversed next to Star means the Seeker is making the most out of a difficult situation, they often turn themselves into healers and humanitarians, using the difficult situation to help as many as they can. Tower reversed next to Judgement mean help will arrive from an outside (and often unlikely) source. Playing politics is the key to turning this situation around.
Star upright. There is light at the end of the tunnel, and the Seeker knows their future will be better than their past. A situation is improving, but there is still a lot of work to do. Star next to Emperor often means government support and assistance. Star next to Hermit denotes furthering your education. Star next to Devil can mean the Seeker is manifesting what they don’t want, rather than what they do want. Their fears might be stronger than their ability to trust at this stage. Star next to Tower (tower coming after star) can mean hopes being shattered, but it is often only temporarily, and it is always for a reason. Star next to Moon can mean the Seeker is on the path to fame, and a creative career. Star next to Sun denotes sudden success and sudden recognition. Star next to World means the Seeker has chosen a challenging occupation.
Star reversed. The light at the end of the tunnel never seems to appear. The Seeker might fall victim of doom and gloom, or their situation is really depressing. Star reversed often shows up when the community the Seeker lives in lacks opportunities. Star reversed next to Magician denotes the Seeker lacks self-belief, and this is often due to the people they are around. Change of social circle will create a turnaround. Star reversed next to Chariot means the Seeker is afraid of success, and they are holding themselves back. Star reversed next to Devil can mean their pessimism creates a negative situation it can be hard to get out of. Star reversed next to Justice can mean human rights have been broken. This card combination can also indicate difficulties with online activity. Star reversed next to World can mean the Seeker is isolated from the world around them.
Moon upright. A mystery to be solved. The Seeker is left wanting to know more, and they begin to search for the truth. Moon next to Strength can mean the Seeker is pulled out of their comfort zone. They are learning that what they used to be afraid of was harmless. Moon next to Hermit often denotes a writer or a creative entrepreneur. Moon next to Wheel of fortune means an artistic breakthrough. Moon next to Hanged Man can mean the Seeker escapes using drugs (legal or illegal), or the Seeker escapes in their own mind, closing themselves off to the outside world. Moon next to Devil can mean a criminal underworld or a shady business deal. Moon next to Tower means the Seeker takes drastic measures to escape the Tower of illusions. Moon next to Judgement can mean owning a valuable piece of art or being an art collector. This card combination also denotes working in tv/film, screenwriting, writing jobs and fashion careers.
Moon reversed. Lack of mystery and wonder. A bleak reality where the Seeker no longer wonders what else there is to experience. Moon reversed next to Fool can indicate a thrill seeker with a death wish. Moon reversed next to Magician can indicate a compulsive liar. Moon reversed next to Chariot can mean problems with the Seeker’s car, or problems getting from A to B. Moon reversed next to Hanged Man can indicate digging oneself deeper into a problem, often drug problems. Moon reversed next to Sun can mean problems raising children. Moon reversed next to World can mean a dangerous place.
Sun upright. Success is love and love is success. The Seeker is making good decisions and is connecting to the Truth which in return brings love and warmth to the Seeker’s life. Sun next to Fool often signifies a very loved child. Sun next to Hermit can mean a child who is wise beyond their years. This card combination also indicates success as a storyteller. Sun next to Wheel of fortune can mean winning in games and competitions. Sun next to Justice indicates success in a legal case. Sun next to Devil can mean success in business. If Empress is also present this card combination can mean successful IVF treatments. Sun next to World often means travelling, possibly relocating, to a very sunny place overseas.
Sun reversed. Jumping to the wrong conclusions, thus making poor decisions. The Seeker’s success is delayed. In a yes/no question, Sun reversed indicates a no. Sun reversed next to Empress can mean infertility. Sun reversed next to Emperor can mean poor leadership. Sun reversed next to Hierophant can mean old age facility. This card combination can also mean closing down of learning institutions and charities. Sun reversed next to Lovers can mean a relationship needs renewal. The couple might be in a rut, or they are fatigued due to stress. Sun reversed next to Death can mean an ending the Seeker doesn’t want. It can also mean a difficult childhood. Sun reversed next to Temperance can mean someone or something is bringing out the worst in the Seeker. Sun reversed next to World can mean difficulties passing exams and tests.
Judgement upright. A situation that is meant to wake you up, gives you direction, guidance and a calling. Judgement next to Fool is perhaps the most fortunate card combination. The gates are open for the Seeker to receive what they desire most. Judgement next to Magician means the Seeker has discovered their Gift, and they are meant to share this Gift with the world. Judgement next to Emperor can mean a judge or politician. Judgement next to Devil can mean law enforcement. Judgement next to Star often means journalism.
Judgement reversed. A situation that makes the Seeker numb. The Seeker wants to shrink and hide away rather than waking up. Judgement reversed next to High Priestess can mean a widow. Judgement reversed next to Emperor can mean a fall from grace. Judgement reversed next to Hermit can mean a widower. Judgement reversed next to Temperance can mean the Seeker is filled with regrets. Judgement reversed next to Devil can mean being pulled into a dangerous network. Judgement reversed next to Star indicate abandonment. Judgement reversed next to World denote having a distorted view of the world, and isolating oneself from the outside world as a result.
World upright. Success and completion, but not without a steep learning curve. The Seeker had to learn and adapt, and some situations had to be challenging, or the Seeker would not have grown as much. The World next to Magician can indicate having a soulmate from another country. This card combination can also indicate travelling overseas to work. World next to Emperor denotes world resources and governments. The World next to Temperance often means studying overseas. The World next to Devil can denote the oil and gas industry, mining, and farming. The World next to Tower can mean natural disasters. The World next to Star often mean a life in the public, it can also mean a career in media, and internet careers.
World reversed. A situation remains unfinished often due to lack of substance and discipline to complete it. World reversed next to Fool can mean only being interested in the initial stages of projects. World reversed next to Magician can mean a language barrier making a situation difficult. World reversed next to High Priestess can mean a group of women having to hide. World reversed next to Empress often denotes female discrimination. World reversed next to Hierophant indicate cultural conflicts. World reversed next to Lovers often means distance comes between a couple. World reversed next to Temperance denotes the Seeker longs to escape where they are living. World reversed next to Judgement can indicate a prison or an institution.