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Topic: The Sun (Tarot card)


  
  tarot
The traditional tarot deck consists of two sets of cards, one having 22 pictures (the major arcana), such as the Fool, the Devil, Temperance, the Hermit, the Sun, the Lovers, the Hanged Man, and Death.
The meanings of the figures and numbers on tarot cards vary greatly among tarot readers and advocates, many of whom find connections between tarot and cabala, astrology, I Ching, ancient Egypt, and various other occult and mystical notions.
Tarot cards are usually read by a fortune-teller, though in these days of New Age Enterprise, anyone can buy a deck with instructions on how to discover your real self and actualize your true potential.
skepdic.com /tarot.html   (501 words)

  
 Sun : Aeclectic Tarot
The Sun on this card is the generator and sustainer of life, and the two figures acknowledge and celebrate this fully.
The Sun is a card that celebrates life and happiness, the sun gives and nourishes life, in fact, only the existence of the sun makes life possible.
Spiritually, the Sun card means a breakthrough in the development of the inner light, parts of your life have been illuminated and enlightened.
www.aeclectic.net /tarot/project/3/major_sun.shtml   (557 words)

  
 The Sun: Tarot Card Meaning
The sun shines down on a naked child riding a horse.
The four sunflowers behind the child symbolize the four elements, which now turn toward him instead of the sun for their ultimate development.
The meaning of this is that this conquest is a skill that is now natural for the child and he can perform it without conscious thought.
www.thelostfound.com /tarot/cards/meanings/sun.html   (124 words)

  
 Tarot Card Meanings: XVIIII - The Sun   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Description: The Sun card stands as a symbol for the paternal, masculine energy, the cosmic father, and brotherly love.
Being regarded as the primary source of life, light, and warmth, the sun banishes the darkness so that we may see our path clearly and are enlightened within, meaning that we can see the truth and understand its impact.
The Sun card is representative of energy, good health, virility, opportunity, generosity, self-confidence, success, marriage, children, and material wealth.
www.astrocenter.com /msncaeng/popup/tarot19.aspx   (168 words)

  
 Leo: The Tarot   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
In the Tarot Deck, the card representing the Sun (the ruling "planet" of Leo) is, not surprisingly, The Sun.
In this card, Fire is not the destructive element that it was in The Tower.
This rulership of the Sun is at its male creative peak...it is the center of life and it illuminates all.
www.novareinna.com /constellation/leotarot.html   (2502 words)

  
 Tarot Card readings in Chicago. Sun card
It is the destiny of the Supernatural East and the great and holy light which goes before the endless procession of humanity, coming out from the walled garden of the sensitive life and passing on the journey home.
The card signifies, therefore, the transit from the manifest light of this world, represented by the glorious sun of earth, to the light of the world to come, which goes before aspiration and is typified by the heart of a child.
The sun is that of consciousness in the spirit - the direct as the antithesis of the reflected light.
asklynn.net /TarotCard-ar19.html   (213 words)

  
 Tarot Card and Tarot Reading Information   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The picture on this card shows a hand holding a cup and this is reaching out from a cloud and presenting the cup to a person who is surrounded by leaves and there is a hill in the background and many trees.
This card shows a woman standing in the centre of the card and all she is wearing is a piece of cloth draped around her body leaving her breasts bare.
This card depicts the Moon in the centre of the card and on either side is a dog barking in the night.
www.cardtarot.com   (1869 words)

  
 Tarot Card Meanings: "The Sun"   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Every Tarot deck has its own images and symbolism which must then be filtered through the psyche of the reader and the context of the question.
The Sun is the antithesis of its predecessor, The Moon.
In this Tarot card night has passed, it is noon on a glorious summer day.
www.wyrdology.com /scrying/tarot/sun.html   (218 words)

  
 StarIQ.com - Tarot and the Sign Leo
In older tarot decks, the strength card is called fortitude; and in place of the woman, the Greek hero Herakles grapples with the savage beast.
This is an excellent time to meditate on the tarot’s strength and sun cards, as well as the suit of wands of the minor arcana.
The 56 minor arcana cards are similar to a modern deck of 52 playing cards and consist of four suits containing ten pip or numbered cards plus four court cards in each suit.
www.stariq.com /pagetemplate/article-printer.asp?pageid=2785   (982 words)

  
 Tarot card's usefulness as a lead is uncertain: South Florida Sun-Sentinel
In all the death, the wounding and the fear, a tarot card stands as one of the few clues into the mind and motivations of the sniper whose bullets have left seven dead and two severely injured.
Devotees of tarot use the cards as a way of investigating their world, the opportunities and challenges they face.
Given the Death card's true meaning, and the one handed down from Hollywood, McElroy is wary of drawing too much from this one clue.
www.sun-sentinel.com /bal-te.md.tarot11oct11,0,408009.story   (646 words)

  
 Morningstar Numerology and Essences
Tarot card- The Magician/Sun and all aces in the minor arcana.
Tarot Card - The Lovers/Devil and all the minor arcana six's.
Tarot card - The Chariot/Tower and all the minor arcana seven's.
morningstar.netfirms.com /numerology2.html   (389 words)

  
 The Sun - Aeclectic Tarot Forum
The Sun reminds me of that song.."I could not ask for more" can't think offhand who sings it, but it's about that moment in time that you don't want to end because everything is so perfect.
then again, the sun card is one of those cards that i too have an issue with as that it is so firey and diverse in meanings.
I'm also a Leo and I find that The Sun card, especially the Rider Waite one, draws me. I think its maybe the carefree child, the sense of happiness, the sunflowers basking in bright sunshine but also a slight warning with the sun at the back of the child and horse.
www.tarotforum.net /showthread.php?t=1461   (707 words)

  
 TattooSymbol.com | Tarot Symbols: The Sun
A naked child is mounted on a white horse and displaying a red standard is the destiny of the supernatural east and the great and holy light which goes before the endless procession of humanity, coming out from the walled garden of the sensitive life and passing on the journey home.
The card signifies the transit from the manifest light of this world, represented by the glorious sun of earth, to the light of the world to come, which goes before aspiration and is typified by the heart of a child.
The sun is the consciousness in the spirit – the antithesis of the reflected light.
www.tattoosymbol.com /tarot/19.html   (232 words)

  
 Reflections - Tarot's Sun Card: Your Bright Shadow
When the Sun card appears in a Tarot reading, it may be guiding you to explore some part of yourself that you have not nurtured in the past.
In the Tarot spread, you would look to surrounding cards for clues as to how and in what direction the Sun is guiding you in developing these hidden talents or abilities (See the Tarot spread that follows for a framework for using the Sun card as a guidepost to these hidden talents).
You could meditate on this card, carry it with you, put it under your pillow at night or place it in any strategic place in your life in which the rich imagery of the card will enter into your conscious and unconscious mind.
www.ata-tarot.com /reflections/04-15-03/sun.htm   (1226 words)

  
 Tarot card meaning The Sun
In a tarot reader it is always more beneficial for the Sun card to be found in the line of the mind, for this symbolises true contentment and inner bliss which is not dependant on any physical set of circumstances.
When the sun tarot card is found at a physical level then the happiness may well prove fleeting and dependent on people, places or things remaining exactly the same.
The image on the sun card portrays two children, one male and one female, playing together in a walled garden with the sun shining overhead.
www.toniallen.co.uk /tarot-card-meanings-the-sun.html   (652 words)

  
 Poetry and Magic - The Sun
The twins, a male and a female child dancing in harmony in the light of the Sun, are a prominent feature of the Traditional Tarot card for the Path of the Sun.
The twins on the Traditional Tarot card are not helpless babes.
Like the twins on the Tarot card, they are outside the 'walls' of their usual constraints of work, family, friends and society: they are in a new place - honeymooning in a sort of Paradisal garden - and they feel accepted there and free.
www.zeta.org.au /~annskea/Sun.htm   (7275 words)

  
 Tarot - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
While the exact sources of tarot are not completely known, the earliest reliable information suggests tarot originated as a game in 15th century Italy by adding to a normal deck of cards 21 trump cards, a fool, and 4 queens of each suit.
Tarot cards only developed some 40 years later and they are mentioned, possibly for the first time, in the surviving text of Martiano da Tortona [2].
Of the original cards, 35 are in the Pierpont Morgan Library, 26 cards are at the Accademia Carrara, 13 are at the Casa Colleoni, 4 cards (the Devil, the Tower, the Three of Swords, and the Knight of Coins) being lost or possibly never made.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Tarot   (7294 words)

  
 Tarot card of the month - Kings as Father
I don't subscribe to the theory that some Tarot cards are "good" and some "bad" though IF there were a most beneficial, favorable and auspicious card in the deck - upright, of course - this is it!
Meditation: The Sun card is a great card to meditate upon if you have any issues around receiving abundance, creating and manifesting greater wealth, being more aligned with your soul's highest purpose, getting that perfect job that pays you what you are worth, or even concentrating on a strong, lean, fit, and healthy body.
On the Tree of Life (my favorite system of understanding the universes within and without) the Sun is placed smack dab in the middle of the Tree, harmonizing, and beautifying all other spheres.
www.balsamicmoon.com /tarot/tarot-card-of-month/aug02-sun.html   (495 words)

  
 The Sun (Tarot card) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
An infant rides a white horse under the personified sun, with sunflowers in the background.
The Sun is definitely not a meek and retiring card.
The Sun is gien the same name for the boss character in House of the Dead III.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/The_Sun_(Tarot_card)   (356 words)

  
 Sun:Happiness
The soul is reborn and rides the white horse (the innocent animal nature) in the joyt of enlightenment.
This is the most positive card in the Tarot.
The Tarot is a system of both divination (foretelling the future or the circumstances of the present or past) and philosophy.
www.wellstonejewelry.com /tarot/Tarot-Lg-Pends/tarot-lg-htm/tarot-sun.htm   (160 words)

  
 Tarot Card readings in Chicago. Lovers card
The sun shines in the zenith, and beneath is a great winged figure with arms extended, pouring down influences.
This is in all simplicity the card of human love, here exhibited as part of the way, the truth and the life.
The suggestion in respect of the woman is that she signifies that attraction towards the sensitive life which carries within it the idea of the Fall of Man, but she is rather the working of a Secret Law of Providence than a willing and conscious temptress.
asklynn.net /TarotCard-ar06.html   (274 words)

  
 DragonWeave Major Arcana Tarot Card Jewelry - Sterling Silver with Semi-Precious Stones
Tarot Card Meaning: The sun is a symbol of clarity and redemption, of steadfastness and reliability.
Tarot Card Meaning: A highly symbolic card, the World is the card of completion, the final step or gateway, vindication, and immortality.
This is the card of fulfillment, achievement, and transcendence.
www.dragonweave.com /tarot-fourth-four.html   (453 words)

  
 Rosicrucian Tarot of the Golden Dawn- The Sun Tarot Card   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
The path of the Sun Tarot Card on the Tree of Life runs from Hod to Yesod, thus connecting the sephira of intellect with the sephira associated with the astral plane.
The Sun Tarot Card is unique in that it represents the very aspect that bears its name: The Sun.
In the image of the tarot card we see the Sun with twelve principle waves representing the twelve signs of the zodiac; the active and passive aspects are expressed in the waved and salient image of its rays.
www.rosicrucian-tarot.com /major_sun.htm   (253 words)

  
 Sun Tarot Card Information, Resource And Secrets   (Site not responding. Last check: 2007-10-10)
Tarot box design based on the sun card, signifying attainment of clarity and understanding, success, and group view.
To others, the symbolism of the tarot cards is a perfectly logical way of exploring matters that are hidden from the naked eye.
Tarot cards, used mainly for fortune telling, are believed to have been introduced into Western Europe by Gypsies in the 15th century.
www.tarot-resource.info /sun-tarot-card.html   (692 words)

  
 Death (Tarot card) - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The Sun and the Moon are implicit in this card.
The Death card was left by the Beltway sniper at one of the crime scenes with the message "Dear Policeman, I am God.
In the Vikings Tarot "Death" is portrayed as the Valkyries, the spirits who rode down to earth after a battle to bring the noble warriors into Valhalla.
en.wikipedia.org /wiki/Death_(Tarot_card)   (1015 words)

  
 The Sun - Tarot Card Interpretations by Kathy Cooper - Astrology's Uranian Nights dotcom
This card depicts the Sun and in the front of this are a male and a female looking deep into each others eyes.
There are sunflowers on the card, some greenery and a wall in the background.
Often this card symbolises Summer or is associated with the sing of Leo.
www.uraniannights.com /tarot/thesun.html   (191 words)

  
 Meaning of the Sun Tarot Card
The Sun, one or two naked children (a naked little boy, sometimes riding a white pony or a boy and a girl), sunflowers, often a wall, sometimes a banner.
The Sun is ruled by...the Sun, of course.
It is a card of intellect, clarity of mind, and feelings of youthful energy.
www.aeclectic.net /tarot/learn/meanings/sun.shtml   (635 words)

  
 Meaning of the Judgement Tarot Card
As the Fool leaves the garden of the Sun, he feels that he is near the end of his journey, ready to take a final step.
The Judgement card is similar, it asks the resurrection to summon the past, forgive it, and let it go.
This is also a card of healing, quite literally from an accident or illness, as well as a card signaling great transformation, renewal, change.
www.aeclectic.net /tarot/learn/meanings/judgement.shtml   (560 words)

  
 The Artist's Inner Vision Tarot - The Sun
The sun's rays are beneficial to nearly all life forms, with both physical and spiritual nourishment.
A negative focus of The Sun card would indicate a lack of focus, arrogance or insincerity, or it could mean burnout, trying too hard and wasting an excessive amount of energy.
The Artist's Inner Vision tarot card artwork and interpretations are copyright © NoMonet Full Court Press and may not be reproduced, sold or used for profit in any way without explicit written permission.
www.psymon.com /tarot/19-sun.html   (332 words)

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