is the twelfth card in the Major Arcana and itís numbered
It shows a robed wiseman seated between two columns. In his right hand is
an upright sword and in his left hand he holds a pair of scales. This card
shows all the symbolism that you would expect from Justice and you would quite
rightly expect the card to indicate some kind of judicial matter in your life.
However, justice can take many forms. The seated figure is not a stern man
at all. he is there to see that you get your just dues and that you will
be treated kindly and fairly.
If you draw this card in a reading you need to examine the aspects of your life
where maybe you feel a bit hard done by. Are you perhaps seeking closure
on a matter that's been eating away at you? Now is the time to sort things
out and to make sure that you get a fair deal. Similarly if someone is
trying to make peace with you and you have ignored them maybe you should think
again. Are you treating someone a bit too harshly? Have you given
them a fair chance? Examine what's in your heart and take action that will
help you to make peace with yourself and with others around you.
There are times when all of us feel that we need some guidance in life, especially when we feel unsure about the path we're taking. A daily tarot card can often help you to see things a bit more clearly. There is no magic in this. What you are doing is drawing on your inner resources and strength. You are using your intuition and the illustration on the card to help you to see things in every possible light. I find that rather than relying on a computer to draw the daily card for me it's best to have an actual deck that I can draw a card from myself. The deck I'm using here is the Universal Rider Waite deck which is easily available online. Some of the auctions are shown below, or for more information visit our