In the world of reading tarot, reversed cards are often seen as a negative indicator. This is because traditionally, the left side of the card symbolizes the past while the right side represents the future.
But what if you don’t believe in traditional tarot readings? What if you want to know more about your own personal tarot journey? Then you need to learn how to read reversed cards. In this blog post, we will show you everything you need to know in order to decipher the meaning of these enigmatic images.
What Are Reversed Tarot Cards?
Reverse tarot cards are a popular variation of tarot that uses the traditional tarot deck but in which the court cards are reversed.
This means that the Knight, Queen, and King are all respectively reversed roles. The Ace is now the three cups, Two is now the four pentacles, and so on.
How to Read Reversed Tarot Cards
- If you’re looking to gain insight into your future, or want to know what somebody else is thinking, reading reversed Atarot cards can be very helpful.
- To read a reversed Atarot card, shuffle the deck randomly and place it face down on a table. Turn the top card of the deck over so that the text is facing up. This represents the future. The remaining cards should be turned upside down (to represent the past) in order to make it easy for you to keep track of which card corresponds to which position in the deck.
- Now, start reading from left to right as you look at each individual card. The first card represents your present situation and what you should do next. The second card shows what will happen if you don’t take action, and the third card tells you how likely it is that what happened in the previous two cards will happen.
- When interpreting a reversed Atarot tarot reading, always keep in mind that no prediction is 100% accurate – but by understanding all of the factors involved, you can get a better idea of where your life may be headed.
The Meanings of The Different Symbols on A Reversed Tarot Card
The meanings of the different symbols on a Reversed Atarot card can be interpreted in many ways. Some believe that the different symbols represent different aspects of the person’s life, while others believe that they symbolize different types of luck. Here are some of the most common interpretations:
- The Star represents hope and aspirations.
- The Moon represents change and new opportunities.
- The Sun represents goal achievement and success.
- The Clouds represent weather conditions, such as rain or snow.
If you’re like most people, you probably don’t do a lot of reading with your tarot cards. But that doesn’t mean you can’t read them the way they were meant to be read- Reversed! In this article, we’ll show you how to do just that using the Atarot cards.
To begin, shuffle the deck and spread it out face down. then turn it over so that the top card is facing up. The four suits are swords, cups, wands, and pentacles. Starting with the Ace of Wands, read each card in sequence from left to right:
The first card reads “movement”, so this might indicate where you should start reading for your situation. The second card indicates an obstacle or challenge that you’ll likely face along your journey. The third card represents someone or something supporting or helping you on your way (or against you!), while the fourth card tells you whether or not to continue on your current course.
If there are any negative readings associated with any of the cards in your reading (for example, if there’s a death card in front of Swords), take those into consideration before making any decisions. But overall, use these readings as general guidelines and go from there!