Want to know what the Tarot cards mean? Well, welcome to Divination and Fortune-Telling’s list of Tarot card meanings. Below you will find links to all Tarot cards meanings and discover what each card’s interpretations are for love, future, outcome, business, feelings, answering yes or no and more.
Not only have I included links to each of the Court, Minor and Major Tarot card meaning, but below these links you can find my top tips for reading Tarot cards!
Major Arcana Tarot Card Meanings
The Fool | The Magician | The High Priestess | The Empress | The Emperor | The Hierophant | The Lovers | The Chariot | Strength | The Hermit | The Wheel of Fortune | Justice | The Hanged Man | Death | Temperance | The Devil | The Tower | The Star | The Moon | The Sun | Judgement | The World
Court Card Tarot Card Meanings
Page of Wands | Knight of Wands | Queen of Wands | King of Wands | Page of Cups | Knight of Cups | Queen of Cups | King of Cups | Page of Swords | Knight of Swords | Queen of Swords | King of Swords | Page of Pentacles | Knight of Pentacles | Queen of Pentacles | King of Pentacles
Minor Arcana Wands Tarot Card Meanings
Minor Arcana Cups Tarot Card Meanings
Minor Arcana Swords Tarot Card Meanings
Minor Arcana Pentacles Tarot Card Meanings
Learning the Tarot Card Meanings
I grew up a Romany Gypsy and had family members who were professional fortune-tellers. Therefore, anything ‘psychic’ was somewhat acceptable in my household and my older sister had been given a deck of Tarot cards when I was around 7 years old.
From the minute that deck hit my kitchen table, I became obsessed with Tarot. I began to sneak my sister’s deck. I would stare in awe at the ‘dangerous’ cards such as The Devil and Death and gave myself many practice readings. A couple of years later my mum gifted me my a set of my own and I never looked back.
Despite having diviners in my family, I am 100% self-taught. Nobody helped me on my journey. Even though I was very young, I had to learn the hard way and often struggled with Tarot card meanings.
I cringe to admit this but it took me years to master the meanings of all of the Tarot cards. In fact, I can remember still struggling with the meanings of the 6 of Cups and Justice cards 10 years after I had started reading!
Today, I no longer dread certain Tarot cards coming up in readings because I know the meanings and can read with confidence. In any type of position. I know the Tarot meanings for love. I know the Tarot meanings for outcome and future positions. I know the Tarot meanings for lost objects, as people and as any other situation you can imagine.
Because there are 78 card meanings, learning Tarot is not easy. However, it doesn’t have to be difficult. Below, I give you my top tips for learning the Tarot card meanings so you can get on with the important stuff; giving kick ass readings!
Journal with a Purpose
I am mentioning this point first because you’ll often come across it in lists such as this one.
Many people will tell you to journal as a way of learning the Tarot card meanings. If you feel like you should, you can. However, there should be some type of system behind your journaling.
I recommend that you journal on the feelings each card give you, and any situations in your life which you can link to the card. Also, try to think up your card in different scenarios, how you would interpret it in a love reading, what would your interpretation be for it in a career reading and so on.
Link your Tarot Card Meanings to Situations in your Life
Tarot cards are easier to remember if you can link each one to different situations in your life. Learn the basic meanings and emotions behind the card and think back to when you were in a similar situation.
For example, you may have went through a very difficult and confusing time in your love life. If you experienced infidelity, heartache etc. you might link this to a card like the 3 of Swords or Tower.
What was the details of the situation the card represents? How did you feel? How did you handle it? Linking Tarot card meanings to your life makes them more personal and, therefore, easier to remember.
Keywords are Key
Try to avoid going down the Tarot interpretations rabbit hole. By this, I mean do not go hunting for more and more card meanings.
Instead, try to learn 5-10 keywords or phrases for each card. For example, your keywords for the Ace of Cups might be love, the beginning of love, new emotions, birth and so on.
Once you have your keywords, you can work on combining cards together to form new meanings. So, if one of your Ace of Cups’ keywords is love, you can combine with the keyword ‘home’ for the 4 of Wands. Therefore, the Ace of Cups and 4 of Wands together can represent the love of a new home.
Pull a Tarot Card of the Day, at the End of the Day
Most readers often pull a card of the day to represent what is going to happen; educators say that this is a good way to learn the Tarot card meanings. It probably is but another thing you can do is to pull your card of the day, at the end of the day.
If you pull your card of the day, at the end of the day, you can link it back to things which have happened throughout your day. For example, if you have spent the day lounging around on social media and you pull the 8 of Wands, you can easily see how this card relates to your day.
Get a Helping Hand!
Some Tarot readings are very difficult to interpret, especially ones which are emotionally charged (such as love Tarot readings). If you’re struggling to interpret your personal readings, it may be because you cannot detach from the outcome. Therefore, I recommend that you get a helping hand to interpret your readings.
My Love Tarot Meanings e-book outlines what Tarot card mean for a range of situations and spread positions (15 to be exact!) For example, the book outlines what each card represents when you’re reading the future, the feelings of your partner, action you should talk and more! Check it out here.
Don’t give up
A little bit clique but don’t give up on your Tarot journey. You may feel as though its hard and that you’ll never remember all of the Tarot card meanings off my heart, but this is not the case. Everyone starts from the same place; the bottom. Even experts once cracked open their first Tarot book and slid out their first Tarot deck.
Finally, are you tired of Googling Tarot information online hoping that you can find something which will help you improve your Tarot reading abilities? The below you can sign up for my free Tarot Intentions Guide which includes intentions meanings, a spread and tips! You can download this guide free on any device here: