Basically, The Moon Tarot card means something does not make sense or got mixed up because of a misunderstanding. That does not mean you did anything wrong. It simply means that you need to start looking at things with a little more imagination.
When all is said and done, The Star Tarot card is a promise that everything will be getting better. The destruction and reconstruction are finally over. Now you can be whole again. You will hopefully be a better person than you were when it all started.
The Tower Tarot card is the sixteenth card of the Major Arcana. The Tower, though it may seem terrifying, is not all that bad of a card to see. This is despite it meaning that destruction is coming.
The Devil Tarot card is the fifteenth of the 22 Major Arcana. Like Death, this card’s bark is bigger than its bite. The image and name are scarier than the meaning and symbolism really is.
The Temperance Tarot Card is the fourteenth of the 22 Major Arcana cards. This card is gentler than the last two because it is not about death, loss, or ending bringing a beginning. Essentially, Temperance is the rebuilding of the last two cards.
The Death Tarot card is the thirteenth of the Major Arcana. It leads the way into the second half of the Major Arcana cards. A lot of people think that Death is a bad omen card but that’s not true.
The Hanged Man Tarot card is the twelfth card in the Major Arcana. This card is interesting. When people think of a hanged man, they think of someone having been hanged from the gallows. That is not the case with this card. The man is hanging upside from his fun and he does not seem to be all that bothered if you look at his face.
Seeing the Strength Tarot card in a general reading is a good thing. It means that you have reached a triumph that was hard for you.
The Wheel of Fortune Tarot card is the tenth Major Arcana card in the deck. This card means there is going to be a movement you can learn from. Wheels spin so they always go back to the starting position. This card tells you that.
The Hermit Tarot Card is the ninth numbered card of the Major 22 Arcana cards. This card tells of a loneliness that often comes with a spiritual journey. It is through spiritual journeys that people learn who they really are.