TAROT CARD THE WHEEL OF THE FORTUNE
Considered one of the most symbolic cards in the deck, the Wheel of Fortune is made up of hundreds of esoteric symbols with different meanings, which adorn the great wheel.
The set of signs is made up of different creatures; the angel, the eagle, the whole and the lion, which are related to four fixed signs in the zodiac: leo, taurus, scorpio and aquarius. The four symbols are also representation of the 4 evangelists of the Christian traditions.
Each of the creatures holds a book that represents The Torah, whose message is wisdom and self-understanding. In the wheel there is a sphinx that is in the back and that is the representation of the God Anubis, the serpent indicates the act of descending to the material world.
These two Egyptian figures are representative of the wisdom of the gods and the kings of the underworld and rotate constantly so that one goes up and the other goes down, in constant balance.
WHAT DOES THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE REPRESENT?
It is mainly made up of a large wheel with three figures on the outer edges, which are accompanied by four threaded letters: IHVH (Yod Heh Vau Heh), the unpronounceable name of God. Similarly are the letters TORA, which are thought to be a version of the word Torah, meaning Law or TAROT or ROTA (Latin for wheel).
In the outer circle is a serpent, the Egyptian god Typhon, the god of evil, descending from the left side. The central wheel contains the alchemical symbols of mercury, sulfur, water and salt, the basic components of life and the four elements, as well as representing the formative power either. On the right side stands Anubis, the Egyptian god of the dead who welcomes souls into the underworld. And at the top of the wheel is the sphinx, which represents knowledge and strength.
To finish, four winged figures appear in the four corners; the angel is Aquarius, the eagle is Scorpio, the lion is Leo, and the bull is Taurus. The wings of the creatures signify stability in the midst of movement and change, and The Torah, which is the book they hold in their hands is the Torah that represents the wisdom.
What does the Wheel of Fortune card mean in the Tarot?
Each of the tarot cards has different meanings, which vary according to the position they appear in the spread.
THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE TO THE RIGHT
When this card appears vertically within your spread it reminds you that life is constantly changing, just like the wheel turns. It announces that if you are going through a difficult time, everything will improve from now on, since it will be blessed by good luck.
This card also announces that if you are enjoying good fortune this could change at any time, and that life can become normal again and return to normal. to reality. Talk about how important it is to enjoy the good times in life and make the most of them while you can.
The Wheel of Fortune is also known as the Wheel of Karma, so it dictates that whatever you do will be returned to you. Be a kind person and give love to others so that it is repaid. What you send out to the Universe always comes back to you, so if you want happiness and abundance, you need to make sure you put that positive touch into the world.
It is time to be optimistic and have faith and trust that the universe will handle the situation in the best way. You can put meditation into practice to attract greater abundance. Good fortune and prosperity to your life. The time has come for your life to turn in more positive directions if you are willing to expand and grow.
There may be a turning point in your life where new options and opportunities will arise, that you never imagined and that will help you make a significant change in your life.
While it may seem unexpected and unfamiliar, this is an invitation to change things and take a whole new direction in your life. The more you tune into your intuition and let yourself be guided by the Universe, the better the results will be.
THE WHEEL OF FORTUNE INVERTED
As with all tarot cards, the reversed wheel of fortune has a different meaning. In this case your fortune may be taking a turn for the worse and you may experience unexpected changes. It is time to decide what to do; hope that things will improve or take steps so that things change their course. The time has come to take control of your destiny and get your life back on track.
Changing your destiny begins with accepting responsibility for where you are now. Consider what role your past actions have played in your current circumstances. Even when you think everything is completely out of your control, there is often something you could have done differently that could have changed where you are now.
This reversed card can also reflect resistance to change, especially if you feel that change is being imposed on you. The appearance of this card suggests that change has become a cause of stress, and you may be trying in some way, even if you are not consciously preventing events from taking their course.
Accept that change is inevitable and you will have a much better human experience when you can go with the flow.