The High Priestess Tarot Card: Upright, Reversed, & Love Meanings
The High Priestess Card Meaning
The High Priestess card in Tarot symbolizes sexuality, mystery, and general higher power. The basic symbols of this card are blue, white, and black colors, pomegranates, an Isis moon crown, veil, solar cross, crescent moon, and pillars. The "B" stands for Boaz: negation and severity. The "J" stands for Jachin: beginning and mercy. The scroll is inscribed with the word "Tora," standing for either the Jewish Torah or an anagram of Tarot, with the last letter unseen.
Upright High Priestess Card Meaning
When the High Priestess card is upright in a Tarot reading, the card symbolizes wisdom, knowledge, learning, intuition, purity, virtue, lack of patience, and a teacher. It might also mean that you will need to learn things in order to make a decision. Additionally, you would be wise to pay extra attention to the signs that come to you in dreams. Don't take them for granted.
Reversed High Priestess Card Meaning
When the High Priestess card is reversed in a Tarot reading, it symbolizes ignorance, a lack of understanding, selfishness, and shallowness. You might be ignoring your natural intuition that you really ought to be heeding. You could be in dire need of human connection, and you may have spent some time ignoring these human desires.
The High Priestess Card Love Meaning
The High Priestess card in a Tarot love reading is very sensual! If you're single, it might indicate that you're lusting after a seemingly unattainable woman. It might also mean that people are lusting after you! If you're in a relationship, it can mean that extremely sexy times are ahead!
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