Justice Card Meaning - Major Arcana - Ancient Alchemy Tarot

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The Justice tarot card lives in the 7th house and is ruled by Libra and the planet Venus. Justice energy connects with you through the 4th Chakra.

Important:
I'm using the Marseille Tarot deck because it's the first Tarot that we know about, and it was brought to this planet by Nicolas Flamel in the 14th century. It's a tool of personal development used in the secret school of alchemy. If you have any prior experience with Tarot, I invite you to open your mind to a new way of interpreting the cards. Hopefully, this information will add up to your current knowledge.

We have two kinds of Justice: humans and the divine, and we are all influenced by both. But Human Justice is very circumstantial; what is considered a crime in one place is not a crime in another.

On the other hand, Divine Justice is absolute. And card number 8, Justice, brings us the responsibility to put Holy Justice into our relationships, partnerships, and agreements.

The Justice and the win-win agreements

You have learned from The Lovers card number 6 that sometimes you need to let go of people, objects, and habits to make better decisions. For every, yes, you are saying no to other things.

In The Chariot card 7, you learned that you must love your life purpose above all. You will find your soul family and true love by walking your life purpose path.

The Justice card complements these two cards by asking you to use discernment and honesty when making partnership agreements, whether business, love, or friendship.

It symbolizes fairness and clarity of thought with a double-edged sword in her right hand.

The Best for the Group comes when everyone in the group does what's best for himself AND the group.

John Nash

In her left hand, she holds the scale, reminding you that you must always find the balance between what you want and what the other wants so that agreements are fair.

This card also represents that what was agreed upon will have to be fulfilled. Therefore, think carefully before finalizing an agreement.

If you make unfavorable commitments, you will waste time and energy. Even if it is favorable to you, if it is not suitable for the other party, you will have problems.

In the 1950s, the mathematician John Nash proved that where everyone competes, everyone loses. Still, on the other hand, where everyone collaborates, everyone wins.

Nowadays, the Justice card meaning is crucial because we live in a world built by competition concepts, and we see the result in our daily lives, don’t we?

If collaboration vs. competition was a philosophical question in the past, after John Nash, it is a fact; it is mathematics. We urgently need to change this paradigm.

Keywords: balance, insight, agreements, integrity, consequence, honesty, fairness.

Negotiation is about knowing what you want and putting yourself in the other party’s shoes to understand what they want. And using the scale to find the balance points to make fair agreements.

Don’t take advantage of people, don’t let people take advantage of you. Use the scale of Justice and…

Let the magic happen!

Major Arcana Card Meanings Alchemy Tarot

The 22 Major Arcana of the Tarot represents the journey we all live. The card numbers are a logical sequence, and therefore I recommend that you study in the series from 0 to 21.

  1. Fool
  2. Magician
  3. High Priestess
  4. Empress
  5. Emperor
  6. Hierophant
  7. Lovers
  8. Chariot
  9. Justice
  10. Hermit
  11. Wheel of Fortune
  12. Strength
  13. Hanged Man
  14. Death / Nameless
  15. Temperance
  16. Devil
  17. Tower
  18. Star
  19. Moon
  20. Sun
  21. Judgment
  22. World
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