Which Tarot Card Represents Your Higher Self? Test

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Justice

4 0Fool, 1 1Magician, 6 2Priestess, 2 3Empress, 2 4Emperor, -1 5Hierophant, -1 6Lovers, -1 7Chariot, 2 8Strength, -1 9Hermit, -1 10WheelOfFortune, 7 11Justice, -1 12HangedMan, -1 13Death, 2 14Temperance, -1 15Devil, -1 16Tower, 1 17Star, 1 18Moon, 1 19Sun, -1 20Judgement and -1 21World!

Since the Major Arcana do not apply directly to physical life, it must follow that Justice does not apply to the laws made by mankind. True, sometimes the laws of mankind mimic the laws that Justice does enforce, and in those rare cases Justice can indeed refer to them. But Justice typically refers to the immutable laws of the Universe, the invisible principles that keep everything flowing forward smoothly through infinite causal chains. These are laws that cannot be violated; only enforced. And the sword of Justice, double-edged as always, is ready to mete out punishment for those who have wronged, and to reward those who have done good deeds.

The two most important laws governed by Justice are really two sides of the same coin. First comes the law of cause and effect, stating that all events are connected and each present state is the result of all past states. This is a such strange idea to get your mind around because sometimes seemlingly meaningless actions will have great ramifications. Justice shows that every action you do will eventually have an effect, someday, and you really have no idea of knowing what that event is until it happens. Often the figure on the Justice card is pictured sitting in front of a curtain; this curtain hides the machinations of the universe that bring about these final results.

From the law of cause and order develops the law of Karma, showing that all your actions will return to you eventually. They will be modified slightly, and they are often strengthened over time, but the lesson is still the same. As you sow, so shall you reap. This is really a simple elaboration of the law of cause and effect. Under this new law, not only will everything you do have an effect, everything you do will have an effect on you. This is where it becomes critical to be mindful of your actions, because everything you take will come back to you eventually. Before Justice, you have to answer for all your actions, right and wrong. Life, if nothing else, is fair.

Indeed, Justice teaches the fairest yet cruelest lesson of all because, like in the suit of Swords, her blade has a double edge. You do not get what you expect, or even what you want - you get what you deserve. If you deserve good things then they are awarded, without ceremony or congratulation. If you deserve punishment then it is given with neither compassion nor mockery. You simply get back what you have made for yourself. And since you cannot change your actions once they have been made, if you want good things to happen you must be constantly making choices that will lead to those good things. You can be a saint or a demon - it is your choice.

When Justice appears, it should be taken as a stern reminder that the deeds of the past form the foundation for the events of the present and the future. If, in the past, you did something that you have been feeling guilty about, now may be the day when you have to answer for your deeds. If you did a deed you felt was worthy of reward, perhaps that reward will arrive. Especially when the Justice card is around, mind your actions and make sure you don't do anything you might regret later. Justice often appears to warn you that she will meet you again soon if you stay on your current path. Whether this is good or not remains yours to decide.

Despite the fact that it rarely represents the decisions of judges, this card can sometimes personify the attitude of a good judge. You may wish to take on this attitude to solve a problem in your life. The archetypal judge shown by Justice is not the blind courtroom statuette, but a figurehead of fairness and authority. Be right and reasonable in all your judgements - never take sides, never show mercy but never show excessive severity either. And before you judge others you must be prepared to judge yourself, and ensure that you are not guilty of the same errors as they. Righting any wrongs in your past must be done before you can attempt to right wrongs in your present.

 

Tarot card interpretation by James Rioux, CTM
http://tarot.foolsjourney.ca/

Their Analysis (Vertical line = Average)

  • 0Fool Distribution

    They scored 4% on 0Fool, higher than 44% of your peers.

  • 1Magician Distribution

    They scored 1% on 1Magician, higher than 44% of your peers.

  • 2Priestess Distribution

    They scored 6% on 2Priestess, higher than 78% of your peers.

  • 3Empress Distribution

    They scored 2% on 3Empress, higher than 70% of your peers.

  • 4Emperor Distribution

    They scored 2% on 4Emperor, higher than 32% of your peers.

  • 5Hierophant Distribution

    They scored -1% on 5Hierophant, higher than 18% of your peers.

  • 6Lovers Distribution

    They scored -1% on 6Lovers, higher than 34% of your peers.

  • 7Chariot Distribution

    They scored -1% on 7Chariot, higher than 4% of your peers.

  • 8Strength Distribution

    They scored 2% on 8Strength, higher than 35% of your peers.

  • 9Hermit Distribution

    They scored -1% on 9Hermit, higher than 12% of your peers.

  • 10WheelOfFortune Distribution

    They scored -1% on 10WheelOfFortune, higher than 30% of your peers.

  • 11Justice Distribution

    They scored 7% on 11Justice, higher than 96% of your peers.

  • 12HangedMan Distribution

    They scored -1% on 12HangedMan, higher than 11% of your peers.

  • 13Death Distribution

    They scored -1% on 13Death, higher than 11% of your peers.

  • 14Temperance Distribution

    They scored 2% on 14Temperance, higher than 41% of your peers.

  • 15Devil Distribution

    They scored -1% on 15Devil, higher than 13% of your peers.

  • 16Tower Distribution

    They scored -1% on 16Tower, higher than 24% of your peers.

  • 17Star Distribution

    They scored 1% on 17Star, higher than 35% of your peers.

  • 18Moon Distribution

    They scored 1% on 18Moon, higher than 21% of your peers.

  • 19Sun Distribution

    They scored 1% on 19Sun, higher than 11% of your peers.

  • 20Judgement Distribution

    They scored -1% on 20Judgement, higher than 35% of your peers.

  • 21World Distribution

    They scored -1% on 21World, higher than 31% of your peers.

All possible test results

The World

After every obstacle has been faced and surmounted, after every path has been travelled and charted, there remains only the last step to the next level of existence - the World, the final gateway. ... Read more

Judgement

The card originally known as Judgement Day derives from Christian scripture, but in most religions and cultures there is the concept of spiritual rebirth after the end of the world. This is anothe... Read more

The Sun

The Sun symbolizes many things depending on how you look at it. The ancients saw the sun as the giver of life and light, and almost every polytheistic faith has a Sun God. It brings light and cla... Read more

The Moon

It has been said many times that things are not always as they seem, and in the influence of the Moon this axiom is particularly true. In the moonlight, things that are benevolent during the day c... Read more

The Star

Whenever all hope seems lost, it will reappear to prove that you have really lost nothing, except perhaps your sight of the path to enlightenment. And in the absence of that sight, the Star will l... Read more

The Tower

Sometimes, when accepted and welcomed, divine wisdom and enlightenment flow freely like a calm river. The rest of the time, wisdom is blocked until it rages forth like a tidal wave and crushes any... Read more

The Devil

The Devil is another of the popularly misunderstood cards of the Tarot, perhaps second only to Death in this category. In our modern world we do not like to think that there is a seed of negativit... Read more

Temperance

After the purging experience of Death, it is necessary to rebuild and improve on that which has been left over. Now that old habits and beliefs are gone forever, new attitudes must be acquired to ... Read more

Death

The image of Death charging across a field on his spectral steed would strike fear into the heart of almost any man. The appearance of the Death card has a similar effect on most people, though it... Read more

The Hanged Man

The Hanged Man is the only Tarot card visibly based on a mythological figure. He is Odin, the Norse god who hung from the World Tree for nine days to earn the knowledge of the Runes. Of all the cu... Read more

Justice

Since the Major Arcana do not apply directly to physical life, it must follow that Justice does not apply to the laws made by mankind. True, sometimes the laws of mankind mimic the laws that Justi... Read more

The Wheel of Fortune

The Wheel of Fortune is a type of energy that stands beyond the realm of our understanding and control. Certainly you can experience its effects in life, like you feel the pull of gravity on your ... Read more

The Hermit

When questions about the nature of existence and the purpose of life start eating away at your mind, answers will not be found in the physical world. They can only be found inside of you. You have... Read more

Strength

The title of this card is often misleading because most people tend to think of strength as a property of the physical body. But this is not a card of brute force, because none of the Major Arcana... Read more

The Chariot

It is somewhat of a mystery why the Chariot, clearly a card of force and of control, should be of the Water element. But its attribution to Cancer is indeed valid because this card deals heavily w... Read more

The Lovers

The Lovers card is not just about love and sexuality; it has several meanings which are all related to the duality expressed in the image of the card. The image of the two lovers holding hands or i... Read more

The Hierophant

Spirit is the final leg of the triad that has been previously seen in the Empress and Emperor; the archetype of the spiritual world is the Hierophant. This is the card of beliefs, both religious an... Read more

The Emperor

The second leg of the Body-Mind-Spirit triad is the Emperor, representing the power of the mind to shape the world. Such action does not take place at the command of the will, but through the comm... Read more

The Empress

The Empress represents a departure from the dualistic philosophy of the first three Major Arcana, as well as from the strongly spiritual teachings of those three cards. Rather than simple dichotom... Read more

The High Priestess

The High Priestess is arguably the most difficult of the Major Arcana to qualify with words alone, because so much of her power and ability is veiled in mystery that it is difficult for anyone to f... Read more

The Magician

The Magician's number is One, the number of creation and individuality; his power is transformation through the use of his will. In his manipulation of the basic elements into all the substances a... Read more

The Fool

Without the notion of Zero, our system of mathematics becomes meaningless. Similarly, the Fool is an essential part of the Tarot because he is the spark that sets everything else into motion, the d... Read more

Unbeliever

I guess you have blocked my psychic abilities! You unbeliever!   Tarot card interpretation by James Rioux, CTM http://tarot.f... Read more

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