The Tarot, Major Arcana, Their Meaning Without Learn it to Memorize - Antares Stanislas - ebook

Tarot the Major Arcana, their Meanings without Memorization. Is yet another book by the famous fortune teller and astrologer. This text is the first integral part of the complete book Tarot the prediction of the future, dedicated, however, only to those who use the Major Arcana. The text maintains its professionalism in the concepts portrayed and proposes bringing readers to the world of Tarot with an easy to read book. The title is as always the original work of the author, because in his practice, he receives invitations from those who consult him and acquaintances to write works that will fill the gap for those who want to practice or to go into this field. The problem for many, which is not insignificant, is to remember the many meanings of the Tarot. The author has taken on the burden and honor of helping to fill this gap. This title on the Major Arcana is followed by the corresponding work on the Minor Arcana.Giampiero, Artist’s Name Antares Stanislas is known for his many activities and articles on the web but also for his publications on the Tarot, Astrology, and predictions published in advance of the events that then occurred. Such as are documented in Facebook posts or Youtube videos, and reported on social profiles on Facebook.Antares Stanislas has been an astrologer, card reader and researcher for over 20 years.Site:

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The Tarot,Major Arcana,

their meaning without learn it to memorize














Ihad a feeling of pleasure and satisfaction as Ipreparedto writethis book.Often,those who consult the Tarot or acquaintances inspire my titles. Those who read my texts know my technique, which is to write practical content using a method thateverybody can understand.Byfollowinga particular author meansthat you haveacceptedtheir beliefs and the way they provide information. For example, if I liked rock music, I would definitelybuy and listen to records or CDs created by composer orsingers who love rock. Of these composers I would then follow what I like most about the lyrics and/or music, Iappreciate their style. I hope, therefore, tobe appreciated and followed because ofmy style. I like to explain concepts in a practical waythat ishelped by many figures or graphics and people value this a lot. Beforethis text I published the bookPsychic practice for allnot even a year has passed since its release and it has been quite successful even though it was never advertised. Unfortunately, and here I stoop to remove a pebble from my shoe, you should know that only a few "favorites" can find a publisher immediately and meet with the greats of the industry. Without wanting to belittle any colleagues, but, if by the end of the year many little books are sold about the horoscope on television at the expense of authoritative texts, well, as advertising they have notable value.Without then considering thegeneralization of thehoroscope, and thisis stated by anastrologer, because it is based on the sun sign, itis not at all validthenif we consider that astrology is viable if based on a personal chart that has been composedbased onthe date, time, city of birth, which all determine our fingerprint. I have removed the stone; so can continue to introduce you to the text as a clairvoyant.

We will not begin analyzing individual cards immediately; it would be like havingyou memorize a series of marks. And it is exactly here that I want to make a difference in the text. First we introduce the concepts thatarepreparatory to the second part, the one in which we will analyze the single card. Remember that this book will only deal with the Major Arcana. I had initially thought of a single textthat would bring together the Major and Minor Arcana. I then thought it was more comfortable and convenient tocreate two books, one for the Major and the other for the Minor. In this way the single book will cost less, and knowing that not all thosewho arenew to using thespread or practicing with the Major and Minor Arcana use them concurrently, this will allow them to buy only the text that interests them.

The Tarot cards can be read, interpreted or givetheirmeaning through their symbolism,by way oftheir connection with numerology, astrology, alchemy, Kabbalah, mythology, and so on. Of these, I will take the easiest of these elements, and fititintothe explanation of the individual card, so it willeasilyremind the reader which element to draw uponinrememberingthe meaning of the card. The title of this book is clear, thepurpose is to provide input for those approaching the field or for the newcomer. There cannot be a thousand details; there should be a few clear ones. Thanks to these details, there will not be "problems of neverbeing able to remember the meaning of thiscard because there are so many," or any doubts about the value of the card. Remember that not all authors report orgive the same meanings tothe cards, especially for the Minor Arcana.

I shall draw this part of the text to a close, while making it clear that my bookTarot practice for allwas designed for beginners and professionals, and thus for a reader who has already read somethingabout the Arcana, as well as for the reader who is approaching the Tarot for the first time ever.

I add that Iwill also providea key to the reading of thereversed arcanum. Many colleagues interpret the cards right side up, but those who follow me know my concept, which I repeat here, if it is the first time you are reading one of my books: "I am not in favor of reading all the cards right side up.Based on my way of thinking, with thecorrectapproach to reading using this method,there are fewchanges in respect to readingthe card upright or reversed.Also, being an astrologer and noticing in practice that Jupiter can create positive or negative aspects, or itself assume a positive value or not I cannot, therefore,butsupport theconceptthat the card has a negative value, determined by the surrounding cards when reading cards drawn upright, and negative if the direction is the reverse in aspread, where both upright and reversed have beendrawn.On the other hand, just to understand the concept, in life there is good and evil, black and white, then I can not overlook the value of a card that is drawn reversed or at most the existence of a positive value, but also negative inherent in the specific value of the same”.

We are now ready to move on to the next chapter, evenifthe reader is starting from scratch in this subject.






The Way of the Tarot

Most readers will know whichand how many cards are in the Major Arcana, but to tell the truth and since the book is also designed for those who know completely nothing about the subject matter allow me to list them quickly:

0             The Fool

1             The Magician

2             The High Priestess

3             The Empress

4             The Emperor

5             The Hierophant or Pope

6             The Lovers

7             The Chariot

8             Justice

9             The Hermit

10             Wheel of fortune

11             Strength

12             The Hanged Man

13             Death

14             Temperance

15             The Devil

16             The Tower

17             The Star

18             The Moon

19             The Sun

20             Judgment

21             The World

Obviously, the images and the meaning of eacharcanumwill be given in later chapters.

It isno coincidence that the cards start at zero and end at twenty-one, as if to indicate a path. In the next chapter we will analyze this concept to demonstrate the correlation between the Tarot cards.

Now, I must briefly explain this path so that you can begin to provide or surmisethe meaning of the individual Tarot.

The esoteric path of the initiate is symbolized by the Magician of the Tarot, who discovers the value of the study and the increasing capacity of itslatent potential (Priestess); he perceives the strength inherent in him tocontrolevents and instincts (Empress and Emperor) and acquires, therefore, wisdom (Pope/Hierophant) needed to make the right choice (Lovers) through which he can know the joys of triumph (Chariot).

At the end of this phase the initiate can draw conclusions about having acquired the ability to discern between right and wrong (Justice), the knowledge of him or herself, of his or her spirituality and the potential at its disposal (Hermit). They have also understood the emptiness andtemporary nature of material things and its power to impose its rule on matter (Wheel of Fortune) and events (Strength). If the initiate is faced with a choice that has been imposed on him by Fate (6, Lovers, selected card) had not made the right choice he would have to tread a path - the second - more laborious and complex.

The "Second Way" is made up of the blades, either Ionic or Doric, negative (from No. 12 to No. 22 with the exception of No. 17 – Arcanum of the Star). In fact, these Arcana, reveal the pitfalls to the initiate that are encountered along the path of growth, and the degree ofdanger that canincrease,the stronger the temptationisto give in tothe lure of materialism, greed andarrogance. They therefore comprise a stern warning to the initiate who, having in themselves the ability tocontrolmatter and events, the strength to dominate themselves and the faculty of discernment between good and evil, between right and wrong, will have to pay great attention and make every effort to avoidpermittingthe baser/inept instinctstoprevail over REASON. If reason prevails, the initiate will reach the final goal, the prize (the World), to higher knowledge. If, by contrast, instinct prevails, the initiate will return to the starting point that is determined by the supremacy of CHAOS (from where everything starts and returns) over ORDER.

The last Arcanum, in fact, (the Fool) reveals that the failure in the path of growth takes one back to⇥chaos⇥beginning from whence he came. Man, therefore, has alsocommitted the error, and the way of repentance and the final rising upwill never be refused.

The end of the way offailurecorresponds to the beginning of a new journey.

The Fool is also the very first of the Arcana (remember what was said about the cyclical nature), and therefore represents the beginning of the initiatory path. We'll cover this better in the next chapter.



Thereliabilityof the Tarot

Why approach the Tarot?And how is it that we find atypeof callingto this area?

I'll try to answer this for you, in a subjective and personal way, and based on the personal experience of those who have confided in me.

Often, a person becomes curious about the area when going through a difficult time in their life, or when they ask themselves “why?”many times. There are people who would like to discover their innermost self and people who want to know how a certainpersonal situation will evolve.             

All the reasons cited above arise from a spiritual growthperceived by us. Weno longer face situations in our lives superficially. Here wearetalking aboutpeople who respond to this inputbyusing the Tarot cards and notthose who choose other legitimate solutions such as a spiritual retreat or becoming a volunteer, to name two.

I must explain why divination worksforthe people who choose the Tarot as a means of growth. This aspect is notinsignificant considering thatmany avoid thisarea regardless,becauseit has been denigrated bythe media, people and celebrities.

The first consideration is that the Tarot cards indicate a path, justas inwhat you plan to do.

Not surprisingly, the number of Tarot starts from zeroto end with the lastarcanumof the World, twenty-one,which completes the entire pathandwill bring us back to zero. In fact, zero, must be understood as a principle and order, where everything begins, ends and returns. Now you have seen the list of arcana vertically, and you have the concept of a journey, an idea encouraged also by the order of the numbers. But to understand the argument justexplainedabout zero (the Fool),beingunderstood as the beginning and end, just change the arrangement of the cards, as shownin the following figure.

You will notice that the zero is betweennumber one and number 21 once again,is not placedrandomly.

This is only the first explanation that corresponds to the title ofthis chapter. Now we take the Tarot as we have in the figurebelow.

The 22 Major Arcana, which indicate the events and actions of man, can be divided into 5 different homogeneous groups:

From 1 to 5             positive             Ionic

From7 to 11             positive             Doric

From 12 to 16             negative             Doric

From 18 to 22             negative             Ionic

Cards 6 and 17 areknown as