Tarot Decks are made up of 22 cards which are the Major Arcana and 56 cards which make up the Minor Arcana. The Minor Arcana is somewhat parallel to the 52 cards in a regular deck of cards with a few exceptions. I will now list the cards of the Major Arcana: I The Magician; II The High Priestess; III The Empress; IV The Emperor; V The Hierophant; VI The Lovers; VII The Chariot; VIII Strength; IX The Hermit; X Wheel of Fortune; XI Justice; XII The hanged Man; XIII Death; XIV Temperance; XV The Devil; XVI The Tower; XVII The Star; XVIII The Moon; XIX The Sun; XX Judgement; XXI The World; 0/XXII The Fool. Sometimes the Fool is the 0 card however in this application it is XXII.
Please do not jump to conclusions about the meaning of these tarot cards. For example, if numerology determined your card is The Hanged Man it is not going to be negative. All the cards have positive character traits that make up a personality and a few potential weaknesses just like real life. Everyone is good and bad and that is why we need to know what is hidden. Always look for the best and never fear the worst in anyone.
Today we only have enough space left to describe the personality attributes of 1 card. We will start with number I, The Magician. The individual with this personality is extremely progressive. He/she treads her own path, thinks outside the box, very creative in solutions, and not afraid to try new ideas. This person makes a better world for themselves and others. They are not stuck in a rut. They do not possess supernatural power, but their accomplishments will be so brilliant they look like miracles to some observers. Even among peers this person will be thought of as unique. Passionately motivated, this person will strive to develop their highest potential and may be a shining success in many areas of life.
The Magician is vulnerable to loneliness and anger. They repeatedly attempt to have their ideas understood and stand alone against conventional ideas that do not work as well as what they have envisioned. Oppression of their progressive ideas by a more mundane majority brings frustration to them. Isolation is dangerous for them. The Magician needs a supportive, non-competitive partner.
Lets see what the cards have in store for you!