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Justice is a Major Arcana card which is numbered as 8th or 11th depending upon the deck in which it is placed. This card is said to have the spiritual power which symbolizes gaining of justice.

Justice is a Major Arcana card which is numbered as 8th or 11th depending upon the deck in which it is placed. This card is said to have the spiritual power which symbolizes gaining of justice.

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    • The Justice Tarot Card & what it symbolizes: Tarot Cards & the truth behind it: Tarot cards were first invented in the middle of 15th century when playing cards were the biggest pastimes. Later when people started knowing the spiritual power which was behind the tarot cards they started believing that it has some magic in it. Tarot readers are said to be people with the ability to read the tarot cards by which they can predict the future of a person. Once when a person is said to be suffering from some problems they always opt for some spiritual help. They will feel that spirituality will be the only way which can solve their problem. When they opt for a tarot reading they will be asked to select the cards from the tarot deck. When we choose the cards the reader will read the card in such a way that it gives a solution for the problem.
    • Each tarot card has its own meaning behind it; the symbols which are sculptured in the cards are said to say a story which in some way or other will help you in solving their problem. Choosing the best tarot reader for your reading is very important in making sure you gain more and more confidence about your readings. In this guide we can see about ‘Justice’ tarot card what it symbolizes. Justice Tarot card: Justice is a Major Arcana card which is numbered as 8th or 11th depending upon the deck in which it is placed. This card is said to have the spiritual power which symbolizes gaining of justice. The justice card appears in the earliest tarot, Tarot de Marseilles. It is a part of the Major Arcana and usually it will be followed by a Chariot. Justice accompanies two main cardinal virtues in the Arcana which are temperature and strength. A.E. Waite was the main person in the development of the famous modern tarot interpretations. His version of the justice card holds his references to
    • the classical Mythology. In his deck the 11th position will be given for the Strength card. Keywords which it symbolizes: Some frequent keywords are: •Impartiality ----- Distance ----- Coldness ----- Justice •Objective mind----- Criticism ----- Being clever ----- Insensitivity •Decision ----- Intellect ----- Analysis ----- Realism ----- Severity •Responsibility ----- Rationality ----- Clear vision ----- Logic and reason Mythopoetic approach: Justice in many tarot representations is related to Athena. Athena is the patron goddess of Athens who is being credited for bringing not just the idea about justice but also for being the model of justice. In some of the versions this card is said to symbolize the story of the cursed House of Atreus.
    • Justice mediates the various claims of right, morality and duty. In a world of scarcity we can’t be sure that we meet all the claims. Justice is just considered to be a theory which sets forth a system which tells why these claims are being caused. The justice tarot card is said to typically symbolize the notion of Jurisprudence than to the abstract concept of justice. This card is closely connected to the high priestess through its cross sum. Justice is also connected to judgment which is the ultimate weighting of souls. Maat was the goddess of justice who tied judgment and justice and helped judge the souls of the dead which is the reason why the tarot card has an image interpretation of Maat in it. Justice is a necessary but not the sufficient step in becoming fully human. Justice Reversed is the classic symbolization of life out of balance. In the Waite’s classic version of the card the scales are given in the right which will represent the Libra which signifies balance to the left is the sword which signifies accountability. Get the best Voyance Gratuite @ www.melania-voyance.com.