Which Tarot Card Are You?

Submitted by: f0rk0 13 years ago in Games
http://www.celticdesires.com/tarot/whattarot.htm

tarot images represent the great archetypes in a manner that makes them open to understanding on many levels
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Female 36
haha i am the fool!! i always knew it
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Female 247

Suspended decision. Initiation, divination, prophecy. Turning point in psychic powers. Trust in inner voice.
Suspension, change, reversal, boredom, abandonment, sacrifice, readjustment, improvement, rebirth
He usually represents a time of feeling in limbo, being stuck or being prevented from moving forward. He`s usually depicted hanging upside down with his hands tied - that`s just what it feels like! We need to remain flexible and willing to let go of things, it`s probably a time for sacrifice. Like the man in this card from the Murciano Tarot, don`t sweat it, take some time out and be patient.
The Hanged Man - External Meaning: Spiritual awareness and the happiness and assuredness it brings. Sacrificing for a noble purpose. Reveral of one`s current way of life. Inner peace. Developed intuition and prophecy. Esoteric Meaning: The spirit of the mighty waters. Reversing false images. Sacrifice. Energys: Water
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Female 452
It says I`m the magician. I always use the Queen of Swords though....
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Female 390

Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance.
A young woman sits on a throne holding a scroll labeled "Tora" meaning "law." On her breast is the sign of the meeting of heaven and earth, the Maltese cross. Her crown is the full orb supported by horns, the crown ofthe Mother Goddess Isis, who rules all things changeable, shown by the moon at her feet. Her power, upon which her throne rests, derives from the creative principle of duality, shown by the two pillars of light and darkness. To those who know and love her she dispenses the sweet fruit of the world itself, symbolized by the pomegranites.

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Female 29
The Magician:
Manifestation through will. Imagination, concentration, action. Spirit and Matter united.
A young man raises a doubly terminated wand in his right hand. The wand is held vertically, a tool for the unification of heaven and earth. His left index finger grounds this duality into creation drawing from the original chaos to bring into being the flowers of creation. His aura is shown as the horizontal figure eight, symbol of eternity, while about his waist is wrapped the serpen-cinture, the serpent devouring its own tail, another symbol of eternity. In front of him are the creator/magicians tools, wands, cups, swords and pentacles, symbolizing fire, water, air and earth.
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Female 81
I got the fool.
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Female 118
the magician
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Male 183
<a href="http://www.celticdesires.com/tarot/whattarot.htm">I Am<br><img src="http://www.celticdesires.com/tarot/mg.jpg" border="0" height="228" width="175"><br>Which tarot card are you?</a>
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Female 171
the high priestess
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Female 30

Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance.
A young woman sits on a throne holding a scroll labeled "Tora" meaning "law." On her breast is the sign of the meeting of heaven and earth, the Maltese cross. Her crown is the full orb supported by horns, the crown ofthe Mother Goddess Isis, who rules all things changeable, shown by the moon at her feet. Her power, upon which her throne rests, derives from the creative principle of duality, shown by the two pillars of light and darkness. To those who know and love her she dispenses the sweet fruit of the world itself, symbolized by the pomegranites.
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Female 189
The Magician
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Female 440
I have no Idea what this means really.

http://www.celticdesires.com/tarot/mg.jp...

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Female 16
THE HIGH PRIESTESS

Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance.
A young woman sits on a throne holding a scroll labeled "Tora" meaning "law." On her breast is the sign of the meeting of heaven and earth, the Maltese cross. Her crown is the full orb supported by horns, the crown ofthe Mother Goddess Isis, who rules all things changeable, shown by the moon at her feet. Her power, upon which her throne rests, derives from the creative principle of duality, shown by the two pillars of light and darkness. To those who know and love her she dispenses the sweet fruit of the world itself, symbolized by the pomegranites.

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Female 368

Manifestation through will. Imagination, concentration, action. Spirit and Matter united.
A young man raises a doubly terminated wand in his right hand. The wand is held vertically, a tool for the unification of heaven and earth. His left index finger grounds this duality into creation drawing from the original chaos to bring into being the flowers of creation. His aura is shown as the horizontal figure eight, symbol of eternity, while about his waist is wrapped the serpen-cinture, the serpent devouring its own tail, another symbol of eternity. In front of him are the creator/magicians tools, wands, cups, swords and pentacles, symbolizing fire, water, air and earth.

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Female 482
the hanged man

the fool

the high priestess

the hierophant


if you get something different, see the full list

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Female 482
( i have to post them separately, otherwise YT does weird weird things..)

basic symbolism and the story behind your card:

the chariot

the magician

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Female 2,244
That doesn`t really make sense to me... :-?

Manifestation through will. Imagination, concentration, action. Spirit and Matter united.
A young man raises a doubly terminated wand in his right hand. The wand is held vertically, a tool for the unification of heaven and earth. His left index finger grounds this duality into creation drawing from the original chaos to bring into being the flowers of creation. His aura is shown as the horizontal figure eight, symbol of eternity, while about his waist is wrapped the serpen-cinture, the serpent devouring its own tail, another symbol of eternity. In front of him are the creator/magicians tools, wands, cups, swords and pentacles, symbolizing fire, water, air and earth.

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Male 48

Will Power. Personality as a vehicle for self expression. Triumph, victory, travel, self-discipline.
A charioteer harnesses the powers of polarity, the light and dark sphinxes, symbolizing the powers of mind to move forward and gain victory in the material plain. He is armored with the crescent moons of the High Priestess and wears the eight pointed Star of Healing on his crown. The canopy of his chariot is the diadem of the starry heavens. In his right hand he hold tghe wand turned spear to symbolize the material force which he represents. This is a card of success and triumph over material difficulties.


--yeah...I can dig that. :-)

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Female 582


Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance.
A young woman sits on a throne holding a scroll labeled "Tora" meaning "law." On her breast is the sign of the meeting of heaven and earth, the Maltese cross. Her crown is the full orb supported by horns, the crown ofthe Mother Goddess Isis, who rules all things changeable, shown by the moon at her feet. Her power, upon which her throne rests, derives from the creative principle of duality, shown by the two pillars of light and darkness. To those who know and love her she dispenses the sweet fruit of the world itself, symbolized by the pomegranites.
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Female 221
The Magician.
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Male 245
The Fool.
Undirected Creative Force. Open, receptive, devoid of pre-conceived notions. Beginnings.
A young man holding the white rose of innocence in his left hand and grasping a vagabond`s staff and satchel in the other, wanders with his gaze to the heaves, about to step into and abyss. His is the transformative journey of the spirit from innocence through experience into wisdom. his guardian and friend is the white dog symbolizing his own puppylike trust and fiath, for which the world labels him The Fool.
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Female 232

Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance.
A young woman sits on a throne holding a scroll labeled "Tora" meaning "law." On her breast is the sign of the meeting of heaven and earth, the Maltese cross. Her crown is the full orb supported by horns, the crown ofthe Mother Goddess Isis, who rules all things changeable, shown by the moon at her feet. Her power, upon which her throne rests, derives from the creative principle of duality, shown by the two pillars of light and darkness. To those who know and love her she dispenses the sweet fruit of the world itself, symbolized by the pomegranites.

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Male 130

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Female 515


Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance.
A young woman sits on a throne holding a scroll labeled "Tora" meaning "law." On her breast is the sign of the meeting of heaven and earth, the Maltese cross. Her crown is the full orb supported by horns, the crown ofthe Mother Goddess Isis, who rules all things changeable, shown by the moon at her feet. Her power, upon which her throne rests, derives from the creative principle of duality, shown by the two pillars of light and darkness. To those who know and love her she dispenses the sweet fruit of the world itself, symbolized by the pomegranites.
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Female 43
The Hierophant
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Female 49
I am the Wheel of Fortune:

Destiny, fortune, luck, success. The 4 elements. Unexpected turn of luck.
In the midst of sky and clouds is the disk of Tarot with the letters of the Divine Name placed between. At the corners are the four guardians of the earth: the eagle, the man, the bull and the lion. The disk is in movement signifying constant change and transformation. The sphinx atop the wheel holds the sword of discernment and represents balance in the midst of unending fluidity.

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Female 15
Hanged Man
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Female 405

Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance.

Same as lap, but different picture.. hmm.

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Female 90
The High Priestess:

Spiritual enlightenment, inner illumination, hidden power. Link between seen and unseen. Balance of positive and negative forces. Receptivity. Unseen guidance.

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Female 54
The Magician
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Male 1,031
The Hanged Man.
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Female 252

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Female 464
The Magician
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Male 71


Ceremony, ritual and revealed wisdom.
A need to conform, social approval, bonded to the conventions of society Mercy, kindness, forgiveness, compassion, conformity, a sense of historical importance, inspiration
Sometimes called the High Priest, he`s the counter part to the High Priestess, but represents the wise man rather than the wise woman. He`s a great teacher, advisor and counsellor and will give good advice even if it`s a bit conventional in spirit. He can represent the feeling of having one`s creativity stifled and is not the favourite card of the deck for the more maverick and unconventional of us.
External Meaning: Religious influence. Conformity. An inspirational teacher who revelas signs of spiritual importance. Gateways to higher consciousness reached in a ritualized way. Esoteric Meaning: The magus of the eternal. Inner teacher. Mercy. Manifestation. Energys: Taurus
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Female 319

Manifestation through will. Imagination, concentration, action. Spirit and Matter united.
A young man raises a doubly terminated wand in his right hand. The wand is held vertically, a tool for the unification of heaven and earth. His left index finger grounds this duality into creation drawing from the original chaos to bring into being the flowers of creation. His aura is shown as the horizontal figure eight, symbol of eternity, while about his waist is wrapped the serpen-cinture, the serpent devouring its own tail, another symbol of eternity. In front of him are the creator/magicians tools, wands, cups, swords and pentacles, symbolizing fire, water, air and earth.
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Female 81
Ehm... that`s me, exactly. )-|
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Female 81
We all need to cut down on these things.


Manifestation through will. Imagination, concentration, action. Spirit and Matter united.
A young man raises a doubly terminated wand in his right hand. The wand is held vertically, a tool for the unification of heaven and earth. His left index finger grounds this duality into creation drawing from the original chaos to bring into being the flowers of creation. His aura is shown as the horizontal figure eight, symbol of eternity, while about his waist is wrapped the serpen-cinture, the serpent devouring its own tail, another symbol of eternity. In front of him are the creator/magicians tools, wands, cups, swords and pentacles, symbolizing fire, water, air and earth.

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Female 482

Suspended decision. Initiation, divination, prophecy. Turning point in psychic powers. Trust in inner voice.
Suspension, change, reversal, boredom, abandonment, sacrifice, readjustment, improvement, rebirth
He usually represents a time of feeling in limbo, being stuck or being prevented from moving forward. He`s usually depicted hanging upside down with his hands tied - that`s just what it feels like! We need to remain flexible and willing to let go of things, it`s probably a time for sacrifice. Like the man in this card from the Murciano Tarot, don`t sweat it, take some time out and be patient.
The Hanged Man - External Meaning: Spiritual awareness and the happiness and assuredness it brings. Sacrificing for a noble purpose. Reveral of one`s current way of life. Inner peace. Developed intuition and prophecy. Esoteric Meaning: The spirit of the mighty waters. Reversing false images. Sacrifice. Energys: Water

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Female 482
Link: Which Tarot Card Are You? [Rate Link] - tarot images represent the great archetypes in a manner that makes them open to understanding on many levels

yet another personality quiz. i need to cut down on these things.

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