secrets of Major Arcana Tarot Cards

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"the Fool Tarot Card"

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“the Fool Tarot Card”
on love, Money and Work
(upright and reversed)
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the Fool Tarot Card Meaning

the Fool Card Description

The Card of There the Fool depicts a person (without defined gender) walking joyfully and carefree through a valley.

He is taking his first steps, and is inspired, Playful, carefree.

He carries nothing but a small sack with him, without considering the possible dangers that lie in his path.

In fact, he is close to encountering the first of these possible dangers: if he only took one more step, he would fall off the slope beneath his feet.

This does not seem to worry him; you are not sure if he is just naïve or simply unaware.

The dog behind him barks at him as if in warning: if he does not soon become more aware of his surroundings, he may never discover all the adventures he dreams of encountering.

But he also seems to want to play with him, almost as if amused by the figure the madman embodies.

the Fool
Tarot Card Meanings

The Fool represents your being a child and represents your spontaneous beginnings and your unprejudiced frankness.

It represents your playful carefreeness and your sense of lightness that comes from the joy of life and warns you that you are entering, into a new world.

It can also represent your childlike temperament, followed by thoughtlessness, gullibility, carelessness, but also simplicity of views that contain wisdom and humility.

The Fool can personify the prankster and the villain but also the only sincere adviser “in the King’s court.”

He lives solely in the present, and is an expression of frankness and spontaneous sincerity, always open to new experiences.

It can also indicate new experiences that can bring you vitality, sometimes with a hint of turbulence, however not dangerous.

The card represents an individual about to start something new that could take him or her anywhere.

The innocence and freshness of his attitude will shield you from possible danger. The choice to throw yourself into something new is not dictated by reason, but rather by instinct and the Spirit that guides you.

Upright card Meaning

The Fool’s card is numbered with 0 which can be considered a number of infinite potential,Think of it as a blank sheet of paper that you can fill with anything!

This card is the symbol of innocence, your journey to come will shape your character.

when this card appears in your “spread,” it generally represents the beginning of a new journey, where you will be full of optimism and freedom from the usual constraints of life.

When you encounter it, it approaches each as a new, almost childlike adventure.
this card suggests to you that anything can happen in life and that there are many opportunities lying out there in the world, waiting to be explored and developed.

the madman Leads a simple life, without worries, and does not seem troubled by the fact that he cannot tell what he will meet in front of him.

Meeting him in a reading can also be seen as a call to the risky part of your personality.

The madman is there to show you that you can never really tell what lies ahead, and you can only welcome with joy the future to come.

“the Fool” Upright
Tarot Card Meaning in Love

When this card shows up in a love tarot reading, get ready to embark on a new adventure.

The Fool’s tarot means that you need to experience new things in order to find the romance you desire.

You must be willing to take risks, be daring and expand your worldview and you may end up finding love in the most unlikely places. many surprises are in store for you.

Since the Fool represents the beginning of new journeys, the meaning of this tarot in love can also be an indicator of new relationships.

As with any new relationship, you may fear rejection, but this card indicates that this should not hold you back.

When you open yourself to the world, even in the face of embarrassment or rejection, you may find what you are looking for.

In love and relationships, the fool tells us that you should be confident and have faith in divine providence as all things will turn out right. it also suggests that instead of giving up, you should keep trying, and look at the world with innocence and wonder.

In the tarot, the fool in love encourages your innocence and positivity with open eyes.

“the Fool” Upright
Tarot Card Meaning at Work and Career

“New beginnings” are on the way when this card appears in your job career tarot reading.

If you are looking to start a new path , change jobs, get a promotion or even start your own business, the fool may be a welcome card to begin your new journey.

Even if there are no new drastic changes coming or not planned, this card can also mean a breath of fresh air in old projects.

You can esse full of new energy, and new innovative ideas can be put into action now.

What is important now is that you need to be very aware of the opportunities that are there and have the courage to take them when they appear.

“the Fool” Upright
Tarot Card Meaning at Healt and Whealt
(money & Finance)

When it comes to finances, you may be in a period when you feel spontaneous and full of ideas.

All spending can now be done for the purpose of adventure and exploration.

Do you want to take a trip? Or learn a new skill?

It may be easy for you to tackle these purchases at this time.

you can have the feeling that you have everything you need, so there is no need to worry about bills or expenses in general.

The Fool bodes well for physical health if you have been ill because it indicates vitality and energy.

However, it can also indicate that you may be accident prone, so if you find the Fool in a health reading be very careful.

It can also represent “pregnancy” because it represents the beginning of a new life.

“The Fool”
Reversed Card Meaning

When you encounter the Fool’s Card upside down in your reading, you can usually find its most negative characteristics highlighted.

It can mean that you are literally acting like a madwoman by ignoring the repercussions of your actions.

Like the young man depicted in the card, you don’t see how dangerous the position you are in is.

The Reversed Fool card can show that you are living in the moment and not planning for your future.

The meaning of Inverted Fool reminds you that you need to exercise caution and be more aware so that you are not taken advantage of.

Like the dog in the Rider Waite version, this Arcanum is here to warn you about anything that may seem too good to be true.

 “the Fool” Reversed
Tarot Card Meaning in Love

When the Fool is reversed in a love tarot reading, this Card may signal to you that your bright-eyed, trusting nature may need to be tempered with a dose of caution,Especially with new lovers, you need to make sure that everything is as it seems to be

Now you may look at love with “heart eyes,” and be unable to see a clear picture of the relationship.

The meaning in love may also indicate that you, or the uto lover may be a little too immature right now to really handle a love relationship.

“the Fool” Reversed
Tarot Card Meaning at Work and Career

You may have all the energy in the world, and the desire to use that energy, however, you lack the vision to do so without facing consequences.

Try to be more aware of how your actions affect your colleagues right now and think before you act.

Other times, the Inverted Fool may signal to you that your current job feels stale and boring, and you may feel like it’s time to change something in your profession

“the Fool” Reversed
Tarot Card Meaning at Healt and Whealt
(money & Finance)

When it comes to your finances, the Inverted Fool may suggest financial opportunities, but be very careful about recklessness.

This means that you need to do a lot of research before investing your money, and consider whether there may be consequences that you have not yet assessed.

You may also be reckless with your financial decisions during this period; all impulse purchases are more than you can actually afford, so you need to take a closer and more realistic look at your bank account.

When The Inverted Fool appears to you in a health reading it indicates, that trying “alternative” treatments could be helpful in solving any of your health problems.

The tendency to be accident prone is also stronger when you encounter him in a reading, so be careful of your surroundings.

Conclusion and keywords

The Fool

* Beginning

* Freedom

* Innocence

* Enthusiasm

* Faith

* Spontaneity

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