The Judgment in the Marseilles Tarot - Card Reading

    Learn about the explanation of the meaning of the Trial Card, what it indicates when it goes backward or forwards, and its possible application to the various facets of your life and day-to-day issues.

    The JudgmentThe Last Judgment, The Resurrection, or The Awakening of the Dead is Card XX of the Major Arcana of the Tarot of Marseille. It symbolizes the expiation of the negative actions of the past and serves as a warning for the future. It reflects the idea that the greater the regret, the greater the satisfaction. Know the meaning of the Card The Judgment in the Tarot, what it indicates when it comes out of the right, backward, or combined with other Cards, and its possible application to the various facets of life and day-to-day problems. The numbering of the Major Arcana tells you the stage in which it is in terms of a situation or a particular problem. Ask your question to the Tarot and interpret the Arcanum according to your number and respective position in the deck. When your life experiences are complete, go back to zero, El Loco. Despite the divinatory meaning of the Cards, think of the Tarot as a journey. If you look at the Letters that come out in this way, to each theme you post, it becomes easier to intuitively interpret the Letters and face their messages as, also, a life story.

    The figure and The Symbiology of the Card The Judgment in the Tarot of Marseille

    • Arcane XX
    • Zodiacal Affinity : Pluto
    • Keywords: Liberation, Judgment, transformation, inner call, stimuli, openness to the future, attitude change.
    • Key expressions: Presenting accounts of past actions, reassessment, and rebirth, abandoning old values and acquiring new ones, accepting things as they are, liberation from the shackles of the past, ability to face life with clarity, detachment from the feeling of guilt, passed from death to life.
    • Tip: Look at the past with a positive outlook.
    • Reverse Meaning: Judging yourself harshly or living in the past; holding on to feelings of regret or shame that you can give up.

    The figure

    In the Letter The Judgment, an angel is seen crowned with a white halo, surrounded by a circle of blue clouds from which yellow and red rays alternately come out. In the right hand, the angel holds a trumpet and, in the left hand, a small flag with a cross. In the lower part of the Letter, a naked human figure appears, with its back turned, emerging from a sarcophagus. In front of him are an elderly woman and man, equally naked, who appear to be praying. This Letter is quite positive despite the fact that his figure may lash out at less charitable associations. The Judgment symbolizes rebirth and forgivenessredemption and reappearance, and the survival of something or something that was stagnant. It represents the victory of the spirit after trials. The nakedness of the figures symbolizes that the characters abandoned material and worldly attributes to keep only their essential nature. The figure in this Letter reflects the Christian belief in the resurrection of the body. But beyond rebirth, it predicts The Judgment that the person makes of his own life and everything that surrounds it. This Letter can also herald a new eraჴ€”a new restart. The Kabbalah corresponds to the number 31 of the Tree of Life: the splendor of the material or earthly world. According to Numerology, 22 refers to the number 2, with the power 0: the duality of two worlds, receptivity.

    The Symbiology

    In the Tarot, the Card The Judgment marks an end and a new beginning. This Letter announces the conclusion of something: a cycle, a project, a relationship. However, this end is not a defeat but an opportunity to build something anew. To begin, sometimes, it is necessary to deconstruct the experiences of the past, draw from there the necessary learnings and raise anything new in its place. The work was well done, and the conscience of the consultant was calm. In short, the fruits of hard work will appear and will be duly rewarded. Despite the end that lies ahead, The Trial is a positive Letter as it announces new opportunities. These can change the life of the person drastically. A new mood will illuminate the spirit of the person and lead him to travel new paths and take advantage of the opportunities that arise. Traditionally, this Letter accelerates the pace of events; therefore, what it predicts will occur in a short space of time. This Letter is an alert to the need, to be honest with your own deceptions in order to grow.

    Reading of the Card The Judgment in the Marseille Tarot Game

    Reading of the Letter to the Law

    After a long way of pondering, thinking, and after a deep emotional and spiritual cleansing, it was possible to leave the past behind, in the place where it belongs, and create a new reality. The stability and harmony dominate now, his life. Everything became clearer, and the acts more conscious. In sentimental terms, a process of healing, of reconciliation, is underway. This can involve an ex-partner, a friend, or a family member. On the material plane, new sources of income may appear. In terms of career, new opportunities for evolution and rewards may arise. This Charter is also associated with the law. If the consultant is involved in a dispute, this Letter indicates that the issues will be resolved in their favor.

    Reading the Card that comes out the other way around.

    Contrary to what happens when The Judgment comes from the right when it is reversed, it translates into a delay in the development and resolution of the problems. On the other hand, it also warns of the fact that difficulties can lead to self-isolation and low self-esteem. However, the potential to make change lives on within the person, who will have to learn to make new beginnings without fear. This Letter indicates that change is desirable and inevitable but that the person is in denial and in the process of resistance, which will end up having negative effects on their emotions and relationships of all kinds. In love, shyness may be conditioning the person, preventing him from taking the first step. This Letter alerts you to the need to take risks and to lose the fear of rejection. Lack of self-esteem can impede personal growth, limit the capacity for initiative and prevent involvement in new projects.

    Reading Combinations of The Judgment with Other Marseille Tarot Cards

    If the Card The Judgment appears before The Magician, the announced changes will be accompanied by a change in outward appearance and attitude towards life. If the Letter that follows El Juicio is El Loco, it shows that freedom of thought, originality, and risk will be worth it. But, if death follows The Trial, it is to foresee an inability to face reality as it presents itself or to deal with change.

    Major Arcana of the Tarot of Marseille

    The Major Arcana, or Great Mysteries, are seen as symbols of great problems, moments, or people. His Letters represent a human archetype, evoking the most varied feelings, moral positions, and behaviors. Discover the Major Arcana and reveal the meaning of each of the Marseilles Tarot Cards.

    Reading, Symbiology, and Interpretation of the Major Arcana of the Tarot of Marseille

    The Tarot is used as a tool for self-discovery and self-knowledge. In this sense, more than guessing the future, it serves to read and interpret all the elements of our life: it describes the current moment, clarifies the motives, desires, and intentions, and points out the path and the energies that are present in our life. The possible readings for each Tarot Card are of virtually infinite variety. There is no single interpretation for each Card, for each Card arrangement, or for each reading method. The Tarot is based on intuition. Each person who reads the message of a Letter, or of a set of Letters, intuitively reveals the meaning of the message of the Letter and how it is associated with their own reality and life circumstances. The word "arcanum" has its origin in Latin and means "secret." In the Tarot, the Major Arcana are seen as universal, symbolic, and figurative figures: they are considered symbolic of great themes, moments, or people. They are considered archetypes; that is, they represent the most diverse feelings, moral positions, and human behaviors. When they arise in a reading, they indicate an important event or decision, be it practical, spiritual, or emotional. They also establish correspondence with the signs and planets of Astrology.