The High Priestess is about our intuition and subconscious mind. She is the guardian of the hidden knowledge that we seek inside of ourselves. She is also the water that flows through the major arcana tarot cards.
Tarot Card Meanings
Each of the seventy eight tarot cards has multiple meanings that are associated with it. When you are learning to read tarot, memorizing all of the meanings can be complicated and downright daunting. In this section, I include my own personal meaning of the tarot cards.
The Ace of Wands is the most passionate of the aces. How can this ace bring more passion and energy into your life?
The Magician is the first creator. He brings thoughts into existence, ideas into reality. He is the manifestor who will help you manifest your destiny.
The Hierophant is the teacher who prefers to be traditional and color within the lines of life. He does not like to be unique, but to follow who came before him.
The Fool is the beginning, the start from nothing. This is the tarot card of pure potential. As he walks on the cliff, his head is held high, looking above.
The Wheel of Fortune is the 10th card in the major arcana and marks the end of the physical part of the journey and the beginning of the spiritual.