Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : Tarots 5-Card Spread and Meanings?

Hey there, I am on Tarots and I asked about Wealth in a 5-card spread.

I got 6 of Pentacles, 9 of Cups, Knight of Cups, 10 of Pentacles and 10 of Cups.
All in upright positions.

I have searched for the meanings online, but it seems that different sites provide different interpretation.

Could anyone advise me on the meanings? Thanks…

Answer by Cindy
Your problem is, every tarot reader has their own interpretation of every card. Most of the time they are similar, but rarely the same. Also, in a spread, most of the time each position has a significance. For example past, present and future, or things I know, things I don’t know, outside influences, etc. and the positional meaning also affects the card meaning. A reader can tie the cards together for you better than an automated site. There is a Yahoo Groups site called GetaTarotReading that is a group of tarot readers who do free readings because they enjoy doing it. If you join the group and post a request for a reading, at least one person will offer to do one, and you can ask for a reading as often as you want. You might try it, and get some insights to your question. I hope this is helpful to you.

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Can anyone do these through email for free? No sarcastic answers please, I’ve been going through a very hard time.

Answer by C L S
Common Kelsey – your only hope is in God if you are going through a hard time just now.
Just call on Him for help and He will help you to ‘get through’.
We’ll be praying for you.
Remember Jesus Loves you.
Read God’s Word – the Bible and be Saved!

Answer by Tea
I’ve been reading both runes and tarot cards for 15 years. Email me and I’ll see if I can help.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What does the ‘Heigh Preist’card mean in Tarot reading?

Answer by Bubbles ™
something about getting fondled by a Catholic priest I think

Answer by Tirya
http://www.aeclectic.net/tarot/basics/hierophant.html

THE HIEROPHANT
Basic Card Symbols

Twin pillars, staff, throne, hand raised in blessing, two acolytes.

Basic Tarot Story

Having created a solid foundation on which to build his future, the Fool is struck with a sudden fear. What if everything he’s worked for is taken away? Is stolen, or lost, or destroyed or vanishes? Or what if it is just not good enough? In a panic, he heads into a holy place where he finds the Hierophant, a wise teacher and holy man. Acolytes kneel before the man, ready to hear and pass on his teachings. The Fool tells the Hierophant his fears, and asks how he can be free of them.

“There are only two ways,” says the Hierophant sagely, “Either give up that which you fear to lose so it no longer holds any power over you, or consider what you will still have if your fear comes to pass. After all,” the Hierophant continues, “if you did lose all you’d built, you would still keep the experience and knowledge that you’ve gained up to this point, wouldn’t you?”

This surprisingly pragmatic advise releases the Fool from his fear, and he is able exit out of the sanctuary and face the world’s challenges once again.

Basic Tarot Meaning

Taurus the Earthly bull may seem an odd sign for a holy man, but it makes sense if you understand that the Hierophant’s purpose is to bring the spiritual down to Earth. Where the High Priestess between her two pillars deals with realms beyond this Earth, the Hierophant (or High Priest) deals with worldly problems. He is well suited to do this because, like all Taureans, he strives to create harmony and peace in the midst of a crisis. The Hierophant’s only problem is that, like the Bull, he can be stubborn and hidebound. At his best, he is wise and soothing, at his worst, he is an unbending traditionalist.

Thirteen’s Observations

The Hierophant card has so many Popish trappings that it is sometimes hard for readers to like him, or interpret him as positive rather than seeing his potential for being unreasonable, hide-bound, literal and stodgy. I like to point out the decks where the Hierophant is the Oracle at Delphi or some other less loaded image.

When the Hierophant appears as a person, he’s likely an old, favored teacher, therapist, counsellor, advisor, sponsor. That young Priest with progressive ideas, or the old Rabbi who was always so down to Earth and fun, or maybe an uncle who always offered such common sense advise. Unfortunately, he can also represent that nasty teacher the Querent is dealing with, the one who refuses to deviate from the text book, or a sour-faced elder who wants to keep the church old fashioned and in the dark ages.

Standing for the Querent himself, the Hierophant might well warn against being too stubborn, especially in matters of theology or ethics. It can remind the Querent what it means to be a good, and beloved teacher. In this, the Hierophant can be very positive. When things are going very wrong in the world, the Hierophant is the one who wades in, quiets the panic, and offers good, practical advise. He symbolizes a connection to the divine, which answers with a very human voice, never oblique or mysterious. You know how to solve your problem, this card says; it is not easy, not a quick fix, but it is do-able. The solution is there, you’ve only to bring it down to Earth.

Answer by grdsyho
Huh… ohh. Did you get that card??. did you?. Maaaan, I don’t know …but let me know k.

Answer by Ronin
Whatever you want it to mean.

Answer by ethel j
it means the higher hierophant symbolize a wise and capable advisor, forgiveness and comfort, the influence of established faith and the power of the conscious mind. the hierophant could represent a teacher and rules to get along by and also could offer advice.

Answer by Imogen Sue
There is either the High Priestess which represents esoteric knowledge, intuition and wisdom or
The Hierophant which represents spiritual purpose, self discovery and inner wisdom.

Answer by psychic-junkie
You can use this four minute video as a brief meditation on the tarot that, repeatedly viewed, will help you learn how to read tarot cards psychically. http://www.psychic-junkie.com/tarotvision.html

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