The Moon is a Major Arcane of the Tarot which is represented through the figure of the Moon. This figure almost occupies all the card but there also appears an image of two dogs and also a crab. At the same time, there are represented the figures of two castles, places one in each side of the card and a lake.
Now, this card is full of meanings that need to be known to have a good interpretation of the Tarot reading.
Meaning of the Moon
This card has a lot of different meanings and these are presented according to the cards that are surrounding the Moon card and also depending on the query that is being made. Within these meanings, we need to know the following ones:
A lot of times, we have heard the world Oracle but there are few people who know exactly what it is. If you are one of these people who do not what it is or if you simply want to know more about the Oracle, you have come to the right place.
What is the Oracle?
To start with, it is necessary to know where this Word comes from. Actually, it is very simple. Oracle comes from the Latin word “oraculum” and in a generic way, this tells to us about an answer or a divine message that is transmitted through a person which we know as a priest or also Oracle.
Dreams are the cannel which, a lot of times, is used by the unconscious to send us messages related with the present, the past and the future. Interpreting them is of the most important to identify these messages and take all the advantage of it.
Tarot can give us an answer about the meaning that has a dream that has been recurrent to us and that we are experimenting often. It also can put light on a dream that is confusing for us and that we cannot remember exactly what was it about. With the run of four cards that we propose you this time, we will be able to discover what is behind these images and oneiric situations by making a connection between these messages and the phase that we are going through at the present time.
We have to start by mixing the deck of cards; we can use the major Arcana of the complete deck according to what we prefer. Once we have mixed them well, we have to extract from the deck our four cards and put then on the table one next to the other.
From left to right, we can start discovering each of the cards and start interpreting them. Always, you need to take into account that:
Card 1: It is the cause. It expresses why we are having this dream and which are its origins.
Card 2: It shows with which aspect of our daily lives we are related to the dream.
Card 3: It shows the concrete facts that will be loose from this dream and how it will materialize.
Card 4: It offers us a panoramic of the strength that protects us and prevents us, through dreams, where it comes the warning. This card is very important, more of it refers to a negative dream.
Astrology is linked with the Roman Gods and the Greek ones; in the mythology, these Gods felt passions of the most human by showing in its nature the characteristics and conflicts that have a lot to do with what people feel
In Astrology, everything is connected; signs with houses and planets and, today, we are going to see how they converge and what characteristics of the planets act like a reflex of these ancient Gods.
Sun: It represents the completely of the being, the individual sense and the ego. The impulsive “me” and the creative altogether with the creator force. It represents the masculine principle, the father. For Greek mythology, it is Helios who, every day, drives a chart with four horses through the sky.
It is one of the configurations of the tensest in the Astral Card; it describes the two planets in contacts in a 90 grade angle. It is seen as a malefic aspect for the ancient astrologist, but today it is recognized as the intention to solve internal tensions through an external action and through empiric learning.
One of the characteristics of it is the one to find the planets that involved in signs of different elements (Water, Air, Earth and Fire) in such a way as their position does not allow a good understanding them, as both of them are places in sceneries (signs) that are different in their way of thinking and feeling.