Death Tarot Card
Symbolism in Death tarot card
The corpse in black armor riding a white horse symbolises the image in revelation. The king,a bishop, a woman, and a child all succumb him, none is immune. The skeleton symbolises the reaper which represents death. Death symbolises endings in all it’s forms. The black banner decorated with the Mystic Rose symbolises Mary. Mary represents being the instruments of God’s earthly incarnations of energy. Rebirth and renewal of all kinds are therefore indicated. The bishop represents faith in the face of death. The maiden symbolises grief and release of sorrow at times of endings. The rising sun represents a new beginning, a new day. The pillars in front of the sun symbolise character gained in the process of rebirth. The boat symbolises the souls that cross over. Death is the number 13 which is a number of moons in a year, symbolises cycles, endings, and beginnings. Death is ruled by Scorpio in the Zodiac.
Death tarot card and Astrology
Death is ruled by Scorpio. Scorpio is ruled by Pluto. Pluto is the planet of transformation, rebirth, and regeneration . Pluto’s energies are very intense and can hit you like a ton of brick. it can change your whole life, until the phase ends, where you might find that you have a whole new set of ideas and goals. Pluto can seem destructive, but when well aspected is aiding transformation necessary for our soul growth and helping us see the truth. When poorly aspected it can denote power abuse, addiction, violence and unexpected events we are not equipt to handle well.
Death tarot card meanings upright
Death in a general reading
Death tarot card represents transformation, endings, and new beginnings. When Death tarot card shows up it tells you that things will not be the same again. You have outgrown a part of yourself, and it’s time to embrace the new. A transformation is taking place, you are growing and changing with the circumstances you find yourself in. Death can represent new people, new places, new work, new belief systems being born into your life. Death shows up in a reading to tell you that you can safely let a part of yourself go. You are like a flame, constantly changing, never remaining exactly the same from day-to-day, throughout your life. Old habits and patterns might have to be shaken off so that you can be reborn again as a new and improved you. You are probably not even noticing how much you are changing, and then one day it catches up with you, and you make the necessary steps towards creating a whole new life for yourself.
Death in a love reading
In a love reading, Death tarot card often shows up when the Seeker has lost their identity within the relationship. Maybe they entered into the relationship too soon and are now having second thoughts. If the Seeker is single Death tarot card can mean they will soon be in a relationship.
Death in a career reading
In a career reading Death tarot card means careers in the police or military. Death also shows up when the Seeker is about to change their careers.
Death as feelings
Death indicates feelings that have been buried only to be reawakened. These feelings could have been buried very deep and they can overwhelm the seeker. The Seeker most likely are dealing with childhood issues when Death tarot card speaks of feelings. The seeker could feel the need to break free from their routine and try something completely new.
If you are asking about what someone feels about you, Death means the person is most likely not opening up emotionally at this stage. They most likely need to get something off their heart before they can open up.
Personality types in Death tarot card
Death tarot card denotes someone who is going through a great transformation and has experienced their share of loss and endings. They need to release the past, let go and let God. This is someone who needs to surrender what is beyond their control. They might feel drawn towards everything dark and dangerous with deep urges to survive, reproduce and have power and control. Sometimes there are issues with money and owing money to others, as well as gaining an inheritance of some kind. There are hidden grief in Death people who are waiting to be released so that a new dawn can emerge. They never forget if someone has hurt them and is often dreaming of revenge and payback.
Death tarot card meanings reversed
Death tarot card reversed indicates that something that should have come to a blessed end for some reason persists. ‘Not death’ is not a desired thing as it is not living either. For some reason, the person is holding on. Blocked grief is often a factor. The seeker might be unable to face the pain of loss. They remain in the tunnel, and rebirth is prevented from happening. At worse, this card indicates mockery of someone’s death. There might be a lack of care, support, and sympathy for those left grieving. Sometimes this card shows up reversed when the seeker has cheated death.
Personality types in reversed Death tarot card
Death tarot card reversed is someone who is dealing with credit problems, such as mounting bills, debts, and tax problems. This is someone who might even be heading for bankruptcies. Death reversed speaks of someone who should have entered into a transitional stage and come out the other end. Instead, there was no transformation and therefore no renewal. The person is instead stuck in a limbo state where not much is going on. They need to embrace a new way of life and a new existence. They might wish to change and long for transformation, but are struggling with deep safety and survival issues. This is someone who might be consumed by fears of both living and dying, this might be someone suicidal. Death reversed indicates someone who is lost in despair and trauma.
Death tarot card combinations
Some important tarot card combinations including Death:
Death(XIII) + The Magician: Skill shortage.
Death(XIII) + The Chariot: Settling down.
Death(XIII) + Justice: Taxes. Others resources.
Death(XIII) + The World: A completion. Graduation.
Death(XIII) + Ace of wands: Lack of support.
Death(XIII) + Five of wands: End of conflict.
Death(XIII) + Nine of wands: End of struggle.
Death(XIII) + Ten of wands: A new routine.
Death(XIII) + Ace of cups: Lack of motivation.
Death(XIII) + Two of cups: End of friendship.
Death(XIII) + Six of cups: Your childhood.
Death(XIII) + King of cups: Possessive.
Death(XIII) + Ace of swords: Changing your mind.
Death(XIII) + Three of swords: End of sadness.
Death(XIII) + Four of swords: Needing lifestyle change.
Death(XIII) + King of swords: the taxman. A businessman.
Death(XIII) + Three of pentacles: End in work. New work.
Death(XIII) + Five of pentacles: End in money troubles.
Death(XIII) + Nine of pentacles: End of an investment. End of luxury.
Death(XIII) + Ten of pentacles: An inheritance.
Death tarot card meanings summary
Death tarot card shows up when there is an ending occurring in your life. A new opportunity is representing itself. Death tarot card can also signify your childhood. Sometimes Death represents a fear or fearing the inevitable. Death says there really is no death, just endings, and re-birth.