10-The Wheel of Fortune Upright Rider Waite Family Tarot Reading

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This card always reminds us that ‘this too shall pass.’ Whether that’s good times or bad times, it passes. If suddenly you find yourself ‘sitting on top of the world,’ keep your perspective, as that too, like everything else, changes. Live in the now, count your blessings, and just realize that much of life is outside of your control, but that even that is okay. Roll with any changes, and think positively.

Card Meanings: Fate, Destiny, Soulmates, Progress, Upheaval, Unexpected Events, Advancement, Cycles Of Life, Change, Good Luck, Decisive Moments, Karma, Fortune

The Wheel of Fortune tells you that in general, it looks as though things are changing. In most cases, this indicates positive, needed changes but for some people, change itself is very difficult and can almost be traumatic. This is a very spiritual and karmically oriented time. Change is part of the cyclical nature of life.

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Complete Book of Tarot: The sequence of cards implies movement away from a difficult situation toward a period of family tranquility. The first card, the Six of Swords, shows a ferryman propelling a woman and child (the querent and her son?) away from troubled waters. The ferryman could well stand for the lawyer whom her son had consulted to handle his case. She and her son felt confident in the lawyer’s ability. The outcome was that her son did not go to jail. Instead, he received a suspended sentence with a requirement to do community service and attend alcohol counseling. A little further on, we will see another reading for the same situation, this time asked by the woman’s husband.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Hebrew letter: Kaph (the open palm of a hand; a Hebrew word meaning to open, bend, allow, tame, or to submit to another’s will; also, hollow or outstretched to receive something). Palm readers claim to read our fortune in the open palm of the hand. This card suggests that we may have no choice but to stretch ourselves out and submit to the turns of the wheel of fortune.

Tarot Triumphs: On Fortune’s throne, I used to sit raised up, crowned with the many-colored flowers of prosperity; though I may have flourished, happy and blessed, now I fall from its peak, stripped of glory. The wheel of Fortune turns: I go down, demeaned; now another is raised up. Far too high up sits the king at the summit—let him fear ruin!33

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Tarot Triumphs: The Wheel of Fortune in a reading does not by itself signify either good or bad luck, but is more about the way that things change. It could indicate any phase in the cycle; it might be time to buy or sell, to take a new step, or just to sit tight and wait until a more propitious moment is right for change. We need to be ready to embrace new opportunities, but also to get off the wheel at the right moment. There is always consolation to be found in the turning of the wheel; at a difficult time in a person’s life, you may be able to say to them, ‘Things will change. Try to find out what you can do to help the process along, but don’t worry. The situation will not stay as it is forever.’