Are you a Taurus? Do you want to explore your zodiac sign and its connection with tarot cards? I can help you with this! With this article, we are going to learn more about the card’s meaning, its symbolism, and learn about how to use this card to finally shape our dream life. Let’s see what Tarot Card represents Taurus
What Tarot Card Represents Taurus?
The Tarot Card representing Aries is, The Hierophant. The fifth card (V) of the Major Arcana set. It represents the noblest values of man, in addition to the bond between God and human beings.
How does this Tarot Card represent Taurus?
This tarot card represents Taurus as it’s a sign that is all about looking for deeper meaning and understanding things from all different angles. He is not scared of exploring all sides of his soul, spirituality included.
Hierophant Tarot Card Meaning
The positive meanings of this card concern balance and spirituality, the correct teaching that comes from the other cards in the deck. The Hierophant represents the wise man, who has reached a position of equilibrium, who is able to judge people and situations, to distance himself from the most common problems and to smile thanks to his own wisdom. The Hierophant therefore indicates not abandoning oneself to emotions to excesses, but rather the ability to objectively evaluate situations. Contrasts of morality, the condition of those in front of him, the struggles, do not interest him and indeed his purpose is precisely to advise correctly to remove differences, to smooth out conflicts, thus bringing harmony again. It can also indicate the awareness of a problem, which does not immediately lead to the solution but puts it in a position to find it, observing it from another point of view. It also indicates the presence of a benevolent, indulgent authority, or the sudden disappearance of a problem that had been manifesting itself for some time, or of an issue that was degenerating but which suddenly finds a balance and the path to resolution. It indicates security in one’s own reasons, goodness, mercy, the ability to forgive. The representation of balance is important, which can translate into a capacity for eloquence, diplomacy, mental growth. And then there is the religious component: attention to the sacred, to tradition, to prayer, to forgiveness, to respect for values.
The symbolism behind the card
It is a card that represents loyalty, respect, good advice and vocation, understood both in the strictest value (i.e. the interest in religion and spirituality) and in a broader sense, namely that which concerns the understanding the deeper aspects of one’s life. The card represents the Hierophant, seated on the throne and covered with a long cape. He holds several crosses in his hand, in number which differs according to the representations, and which represent, in a broad sense, spirituality and religiosity. In many representations the Hierophant is represented with gloves, a symbol of power but at the same time they indicate someone who does not want to receive gifts. In some representations there are also two disciples, on the side of the throne; one is with his head down, to symbolize obedience, while the other looks at the Hierophant as if wanting to learn from him. Finally, two columns are generally represented behind the card, to which different interpretations have been given: the most followed are the representations of life and death, while others connect them to the temple of Solomon.
Tarot card’s connection with Taurus
The Hierophant, just like the Taurus, indicates a very self-confident person who manages to guide others and be a real point of reference for those around him. The Hierophant in the tarot indicates the ability to teach something, to convey the deeper meaning of life. This card can indicate that the person is protected by a greater good and that for this reason in any action he will be able to achieve the desired results. The Hierophant announces moments of great serenity, reflection and balance. However, this beautiful card can also have a negative meaning if it is drawn upside down. The Hierophant in the tarot can in fact also mean the inability of an individual to assume his responsibilities, the impossibility of believing in his cause. All of this can only lead to a difficult time when you cannot find hope or see a glimmer of light.
You can use the Hierophant card if you want to learn more about something. It can be in a figurative way but also on a more spiritual level! If you need to focus on something specific, you can use this card as a talisman to guide you and support you in your journey. But if you feel a bit all over the place lately you can use this card as a way to bring your centre back and to find your foundation. If you are looking for a spiritual elevation or if you want to work on your religiousity you can also use this card to make it happen wisely and more easily. If you need some extra guidance when studying or trying to pass an exam this is definitely a wonderful card to help you do that!
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