Tarot reading involves various cards that are used to gain insight into the seeker’s current and possible future situations. These cards and predictions thus interpreted are guided by a spiritual force and divine powers. The Tarot deck generally has 78 cards and each card has a unique meaning. We will talk about one card in particular that has fascinated many tarot readers and question seekers; it is the Thirteenth Card in the Deck called “Death”. This terrifying sound since in real life death symbolizes the end and annulment. No one knows what happens after death and there are various theories involving the afterlife or life after death. We will take a look at this Death tarot card through various aspects.
The image and symbols: The Card image shows a Skeleton holding a flag on a white Horse. We can see card number thirteen at the top. Some death tarot card images show people dying on the ground, others show images of people screaming and blood pouring out of their bodies as if someone had just delivered the killing blow. But the most significant image of the tarot card is the image of the rising sun. We may not find this image in the entire Death tarot card collection, but in most Death tarot cards, the rising sun is prominent. There is another symbol on the Death tarot card which is the white rose. This is the symbol of purity and humility. Beauty is present there too. But we must always remember that every rose also has thorns.
Meanings: The death tarot card is not considered too bad when interpreting the meaning of the card in regards to a particular situation. But yes, if someone asks the question about a sick person or family member with one eye, then it can symbolize that proceedings are headed in the wrong direction. People often ask questions about their careers or relationships. In these circumstances this card symbolizes the end of one and the beginning of the other. It can mean that someone is leaving a particular job and getting a new one. Someone may be breaking up with a partner and moving on to a new relationship or partner. Death brings a new beginning and this is indicated by the rising sun on the back. The rising sun tells the seeker that if there is death there are also new beginnings. Every dark corner has a bright light too. It’s like a horror movie where a character has been fighting all night fighting and managing a ghost and at the end, with the sunrise, the ghost dies and brings a new day and a new life.
Karma: The Death Tarot card also has characteristics of karmic energies. In a karma theory, a person dies and takes on a new form in the next life and dies again in that life and takes on a new form of life again and this cycle continues. What has been done in the past; a soul will reap in this life until the soul progresses higher and higher in the realm of self-awareness and self-realization. If we relate this to the Death card and assume that questions about Health, Career and Love/Relationships are being asked, the card means that what a person did in the past will reap now. A person who drinks heavily or smokes heavily will pay the price if their health is at risk due to these addictions. A person who has studied well in the past and thus has acquired knowledge to the level where he can take the risk and effort of moving up the career ladder to a higher level would do so. In relationship, a person will also bear the fruit of his positive or negative behavior that he showed in his past relationships.
White Rose: Considering the white rose, as I said before, every rose comes with thorns, and therefore on the path of new beginnings, a seeker may experience some obstacles along the way. We could relate this to another saying “God helps those who help themselves”. On the path of progress there are always some obstacles and obstacles that stand in the way and the person who can overcome these obstacles will defeat death.
Change is the essence of the death tarot card. When this tarot card is seen in tarot reading, the seeker needs to consider the factors that can lead to change in life. They need to think hard about what kind of changes they anticipate in their life and in what areas of life, be it Love, Career, Health, Business, Spiritual, Political, Academic, General Behavioral, Philanthropic, Mental or Physical. In the end, the seeker must ask himself if he is ready to accept this change with courage or if he cannot resist the obstacles that this change may bring. If the seeker is able to accept the change and the consequences related to this change like a warrior and is willing to put in one hundred percent effort to reach the goal, then this card will show him the new light in the darkness: the solution for the problem. problem you have. They are looking for.