The Devil – Major Arcana
The Devil Tarot card depicts Satyr God as a half human–half goat creature, dancing to the sound of the trumpet that he holds in his left hand. In many myths, the goat is considered as an animal that is not clean and full of lewdness. However, the goat also symbolizes a person who is unfairly accused, or a person/a creature feels better comparing himself to the incompetent. Therefore, he is the one we blame for the difficulties in our lives. Shadow images and cave without doors indicate that he resides in the most distant realm of consciousness, and only the crisis can penetrate these walls.
There are two beads in his right hand, each worn around the neck of one of the two naked. These people consisted of a man and a woman, wearing little horns which are the same as Satyr. The necklaces around their necks are very wide and their hands are not tied. They can take the initiative to lose themselves but they choose not to let that happen. This symbolizes that the dependence on the Devil is ultimately a voluntary issue where consciousness can be liberated
The number 15 has the sum of the units equal to 6, the number corresponding to the Lovers card, and here the Lovers are bound, depending on the material and sexual of nature. The zodiac of the Devil Tarot card is the Capricorn.
Apparently, the Devil symbolizes evil, but it does not carry a terrible meaning. It is important to remember that in any difficult situation there is always a choice. You do not have to try too hard on the work you do not like. Every decision on your career at this time is owned by you.
If you are in a long-term relationship, maybe both of you are in an interdependence. Let’s talk frankly to let your relationship grow in a positive way. You do have many choices. If you are looking for love, this is not the right time. Before heading towards a romantic relationship, you should carefully consider unexpected situations that may occur.
Your financial situation may be difficult in the future. You should try not to be angry with your problem, instead, let’s solve everything calmly and go step by step. If you need financial help, do not hesitate to make a request. If you feel your financial situation is abundant then this is the time to save in case of rainy days.
This card shows that your health condition is not good. You are overworked, mentally stressed and do not have enough time to rest. The workout will help to improve health and increase energy in the body. You will find the spirit of comfort and feel much joy in life. If you have problems with chronic diseases, do not try to hide this.
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The detailed description of the Devil Tarot card
Detailed meaning of the keywords of the Devil Tarot card
A few opposite cards to the Devil Tarot card
A few support cards for the Devil Tarot card
Upright meaning of the Devil Tarot card: dependence, temptation, sexuality, materialism
Meaning of the Devil reversed: to separate, break free, power recovery
More The Devil Cards from Famous Tarot Decks
Kenaz reversed represents a lack of needed knowledge and possible isolation. Information you may need is being withheld from you, or you may not be open to receiving it. Although others may seem distant, if you seek their friendship you may be pleasantly surprised.
Always a good omen, the Sun Rune means something of value is coming your way. You can look forward to taking a bold step, embarking in a new direction.
Some may be carried out of their daily grind by unexpected and fortunate events. Other will be made aware of added responsibility and will have to deal with it.
Expect public promotions and public affairs. Look to be amazed, dazzled or even shocked by scandals. An older person, or person of authority could have the answers you are now seeking.
Accept your position as a mover and shaker of the world. For you, the time is right to head for the spotlight.
A is for Ailim, or Ailm, the Elm tree. Interestingly, this group also includes the Pine or Fir trees. These giants of the forest are symbols of perspective and height, rising above those that surround us. The Elm has a clear vision of that which surrounds it, as well as that which is approaching.
In Britain and Scotland, Elm trees grew very tall and straight, making them popular for use as a Maypole during Beltane celebrations. In addition to this, they were popular as property markers–you knew you had reached someone else’s land boundary when you crossed a line of Elm trees. Elm is flexible and bendy, so it doesn’t make a very good building material, but it does withstand water very well, so it eventually became popular for use in making flatboats and wheels. In Wales, early bowmen used the Elm in construction of longbows.
Mundane Aspects: When this symbol appears, it means it’s time to start looking at the big picture; see the trees, but also acknowledge the forest. Be aware that your perception includes long-term goals and ideas, and prepare for what may be coming along the path.
Magical Aspects: Mark your progress well as you grow and develop spiritually. As you attain new levels of wisdom, look at the future and see where this new knowledge will take you. Also recognize that there will be others following in your footsteps, so make yourself available to guide them and give them a hand when they need it.
Animal Spirit Guide and Helper
Wolf symbolism and meaning includes loyalty, family and friendship, teamwork, protection, wildness, freedom, instincts, playfulness, and other noble traits. Historically, wolves lived throughout the world, so they are subjects in the mythology and folklore of many cultures. In addition, the wolf spirit animal is a sacred figure to many people who feel a kinship with these special animals. In this post, you’ll learn about wolf symbols and meaning, wolf mythology, the wolf power animal, and more.
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Detailed World Symbols and Meanings
Wolf Symbolism in Mythology and Folklore
Native American Wolf Symbolism
Wolf Meanings in the Bible and Christianity
Wolf Symbolism in Celtic Mythology
Organizations that Protect Wolves
The symbol for Fire as one of the four classical elements in alchemy is a triangle. Fire is used in rituals when a Wicca practitioner is drawing attention to masculine energy or transformation. It is strong energy that initiates, purifies, destroys, and begins something new.
Represents: fire, masculine energy, purifying energy.
Used in rituals for: purifying, new action.
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