In the Wheel of Fortune tarot card you see a giant wheel with the Hebrew letters Y H V H, which translates to God. The elements represent fire (Y), water and Earth (H), and V (air). The letters on the wheel can spell Tarot, Taro, Rota, Taro, Orat, Tora or Ator. This is related to the Law of Hathor. They symbols in the middle represent mercury, sulphur, water and salt.
The sphinx sits on top of the wheel with a sword representing unity and strength. The God Anubis represents the ups and downs of life and ups and downs in faith. The Snake represents Typhon the God of destruction.
In the corners you see 4 angels with books. The books represent learning from experience. The angel at the top represents Aquarius. The Eagle represents Scorpio. The Bull represents Taurus and the Lion represents Leo.
Wheel of Fortune Upright
- Good change
- Good luck
- Doors opening
- Ending of a phase
- Starting of a phase
- Forward momentum
Wheel of Fortune Reversed
- Bad luck
- Worse before better
- Ending cycles
- Refusal to change
Questions to ask when pulling the Wheel of Fortune tarot card:
- Can you see your fortune is starting to turn for the better?
- Are you creating positive situations in your life?
- Do you have choices you need to make?
- Do you feel unsure where things are going to land?
- Can you see better solutions?
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