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yang ini cara ngitung Major Arcana make tanggal lahir
instruksinya gampang :
1. Jumlahkan tanggal kelahiran -> (tgl lahir)+(bulan lahir)+(2 digit pertama tahun lahir)+(2 digit terakhir tahun lahir)
2. klo sampe tiga digit, jumlahkan ddua digit pertama ama digit ketiga -> XYZ=XY+Z
3. klo di atas 22, jumlahkan digit pertama dan kedua.
4. lihat di list, Arcana lo apa.
I. Magician Arcana
II. Priestess Arcana
III. Empress Arcana
IV. Emperor Arcana
V. Hierophant Arcana
VI. Lovers Arcana
VII. Chariot Arcana
VIII. Justice Arcana
IX. Hermit Arcana
X. Fortune Arcana
XI. Strength Arcana
XII. Hanged Man Arcana
XIII. Death Arcana
XIV. Temperance Arcana
XV. Devil Arcana
XVI. Tower Arcana
XVII. Star Arcana
XVIII. Moon Arcana
XIX. Sun Arcana
XX. Judgment Arcana
XXI. The World Arcana
XXII. The Fool Arcana
- Quote :
- The Fool
The Fool is walking on a cliff's edge holding a knapsack with a dog barking at
his heels. The Fool isn't looking where he is going and is about to fall off
the edge of the cliff.
The Fool is the arcanum that represents infinite possibilities. Lost in his
daydreaming, the Fool doesn't know where is going, what he's going to do, or
why is going, but he doesn't mind. He has no destination yet he keeps going
forward, not knowing he's about to fall off a cliff. Unlike others who would
steer from the cliff, sensing the danger ahead, the Fool trusts his dreams to
carry him through any burden; both the seen and the unseen. He travels with a
knapsack filled with a few basic items and trusts those items to see him
through his journey, no matter how long or hard. To the Fool, ignorance truly
is bliss, as he has absolutely no idea of the harshness and cruelty of the
world. If not for the barking dog that closely follows him, the Fool would not
be attentive and would rely on his foolhardiness to see him through.
The Magician is depicted as a young man with an infinity symbol floating atop
his head. In his right hand, he holds a wand and points to the heavens. With
his left, he points to the ground. In front of the Magician is a table laid
with a sword, a cup, a wand, and a pentacle.
The Magician represents creativity, talents, and resources to the bearer of the
arcanum. Above the Magician's head is an infinity symbol, the symbol of the
creative thoughts in the Magician's mind. In his right hand, the Magician holds
a wand and points to the sky as he points to the ground with his left finger.
With this motion, the Magician shows the source of his talent; the heavens for
his intelligence, and the earth for giving him his resources, which lay on a
table in front of him. With a balance of these three abilities, the Magician is
ready to create and work some magic.
The arcanum of mysteries. The High Priestess knows all of the unknown things
to life, yet never shows them at all. What you see in the tarot is a woman
seated on a throne in front of a curtain decorated with pomegranates. In her
hands she holds the Tora, partly covered by her robe, and at her feet, a moon
sits in her flowing blue robe. On the left side of the tarot, a black pillar
with the letter B is written on it. On her right, a white pillar stands with
the letter J on it.
High Priestess really connotates someone who is knowledgable in many subjects
and fields, yet someone who also knows when to say something and when not to
speak. Someone who bears the High Priestess arcanum is someone who is very
instinctual and follows their feelings, but also knows the delicate balance
between following your guts and following you head. A true High Priestess isn't
someone who withholds information from you and uses it as blackmail, but
someone who withholds such secrets because they understand the harm it might
bring to you.
The Empress, dressed in a gown covered with pomegranates and adorned with a
crown of stars, holds a rod in her hand as she sits on a seat in a field of
wheat. Beside her rests a heart shaped shield with the sign of Venus embedded
Just like with the High Priestess, the image of the pomegranate is visible upon
the Empress' gown, signifying a sense of mystery or the unknown. The crown she
wears and the rod she holds represent the Empress' rule over all of nature, as
shown by the wheat field and vegetation all around her. Finally, the shield of
Venus by her side signifies the ruling planet of the Empress. In essence, the
Empress is the mother. She is in a wheat field, signaling growth and nurture.
With the shield of Venus by her side, the Empress shows her desire to protect
the love of all things. The Empress represents all the qualities of a positive
maternal figure, whether it be the bearer of the arcanum, their mother, or
anyone else that acts as such.
The Emperor is a paternal arcanum that also rules over others. It uses force as
its strength, in contrast to The Empress' kind passivity. Seated upon a throne,
a stern looking man holds a scepter and an orb in his hands. Two ram heads
serve as the throne's armrest, and behind the throne, rocks stand in place.
Unlike the Empress' tarot, the Emperor's tarot is made up of more firm symbols
than 'malleable' symbols. This signifies the Emperor's steady and firm rule,
which are further solidified by his strong rocky foundation and his scepter and
orb, which represent his power along with the rams upon his throne which
represent Aries. And just like the Empress, the Emperor represents the positive
qualities of a father; strong and firm.
With the Hierophant, we end the trend of the ruling cards in the tarot. Just as
the Empress and the Emperor were closely intertwined, so too are the Hierophant
and the High Priestess. Both cards represent teachers, but whereas the High
Priestess spoke of knowledge in an otherworldly manner and in a mysterious
domain, the Hierophant speaks of knowledge in a way understandable by the
Basically, the Hierophant is the teacher. As a holy man, he teaches his stu-
dents the key to following the Law and upholding Liberty by teaching them about
such cultural subjects as religion, politics, etiquette, etc. Contrary to the
teachings of the High Priestess, the Hierophant teaches only about how to
better the physical being, not the spritual being. As a holy man, he isn't
concerned about finding the dualities of life, as represented by his pillars
Law and Liberty, two ideas and qualities that compliment each other, compared
to the High Priestess' Boaz (negation) and Jachin (beginning) pillars, which
contradict each other. In the end, the Hierophant's only goal is to show his
students the "right" way to heaven. He acts as the mediator between God's will,
shown through religious texts, and the earthly world. With students ready to
learn and keys at his feet, the Hierophant will do just that. No more. No less.
The Lovers tarot shows Adam and Eve standing adjacent from each other, with
everything exposed to each other. Behind Eve, there is a tree with a snake
slithering on it. Behind Adam, another tree stands, though this tree is losing
its leaves. Above them both, the angel Raphael looks down upon them as the sun
The Lovers is one of the most positive cards in the entire arcana. It shows
true love; love that isn't clouded by base or negative desires. Just as how
Adam and Eve are naked in front of each other, so must we be to our significant
other. We have to bare all our feelings, all our energy, and all our hearts to
the person we truly love the most. Most importantly, we must be guided by true
love, as Raphael and the sun both shine down on Adam and Eve.
Yet, just as how love may sometimes falter (the forbidden fruit and the snake
behind Eve; withering tree behind Adam), we have to stand in front of such
trials and tribulations and keep our significant other in our minds.
The Chariot is the arcanum that brings victory to the bearer and their loved
ones through the power of moving forward and crushing one's foes. The
charioteer in the tarot is adorned with sun and moon symbols on his armor as he
sits in his regal chariot. Two sphinxes, one white and one black, are at rest
in front of the Chariot.
More importantly, the Chariot is also the "friendship" card as it brings
victory and joy to the bearer's loved ones. In tarot readings, the Chariot
usually represents the bearer acting as a force to help others, akin to how the
Star represents the arrival of hope to others.
Justice represents order and fairness. It's not a card that has wholly posi-
tive meanings or wholly negative ones. Justice only looks for fairness in an
act, nothing else. On the tarot, Justice sits upon a throne. She holds a sword
in one hand and a balanced set of scales in the other. With the sword, she is
ready to bring retribution to all who sin and with the scale, she can decide
what is fair and what is not.
The Hermit stands on a cliff, holding a staff by his side and a lantern in
front of him. If you look at the Hermit, you should notice something about his
tarot image. Compare it to the Fool. Yup. We're back at the cliff again, except
this time, a lot of things have changed.
First of all, the Fool is no longer looking up to the sky. He is looking down
below him. He isn't about to overstep his boundaries and fall into his dreams.
He knows better now. No longer does he hold a knapsack filled with simple basic
items. He's discarded all of them, and now holds just the stick. Rather than
having such simple items to help him on his journey, he now realizes all he
needed was a staff to help him navigate him through the darkness. However, from
his transition from a Fool to the Hermit, the Fool did retain one important
value. His clarity. Before, he needed a dog to help him find his way back to
earth from his daydreams. Now, he holds a lantern to shine the way for him.
From his retreat into the wilderness, the Fool has gained a lot of knowledge.
He no longer relies on his daydreams to get him through his journey, he's
realized that having a single reliable source of navigation was much better
than believing in a few basic items to carry him through the day, and he's kept
the valuable lesson he learned from the beginning of his journey.
The Wheel of Fortune is neither a good, nor a bad card. All the Wheel shows is
the unpredictability of life. Sometimes, you may rule and feel like you're on
top of the world and nothing can bring you down, just as how Anubis rises up
the wheel brimming with intelligence to bring unto mankind. And just as easily,
your world may come crashing down with full force and it may seem that nothing
will ever look up, just as how Typhon descends down the wheel, bringing evil
and destruction down upon mankind. However, The Wheel of Fortune connotates a
promise that no one will ever be stuck too low, nor will anyone linger too high
making this promise the balance of the wheel represented by the sphinx and the
elements. Afterall, the Wheel of Fortune is ever turning. Generally speaking,
when upright, the Wheel of Fortune represents good luck and abundance.
In the Strength tarot, a woman is seen to be either opening a lion's
jaw or closing it with an infinity symbol floating atop her head. No matter
what she's doing, the woman uses her inner strength to control the lion, not
brutish force. The infinity symbol atop her head is her source of her power.
In the tarot, Strength represents the super ego, whereas the lion represents
the id. What is depicted is using one's inner strength to fight against their
bestial instincts. Basically, Strength means for the bearer to try to be the
better man. If you are in a fight with someone, true strength isn't shown by
knocking your enemy out, but rather, trying to resolve the problem peacefully
and without a show of force.
Hanging upside down from a tree, The Hanged Man is unable to do any-
thing. He is stuck in his position and has no control over anything that
happens around him. Yet the Hanged Man shows no pain on his face. He is at ease
with his current position and situation. What's more, an aureola appears around
his head. The loss of being able to move has been compensated by the amount of
knowledge and insight he gains when upside down. The Hanged Man sees things in
a new way. He thinks outside the box.
Death represents a change in a person's entire being. They kill off their old
self to allow a new persona to be built. Just like how when forest fires break
out, they destroy all the existing vegetation, but allow new vegetation to grow
and emerge from the soot of the old vegetation.
An angel stands in the middle of a field, an aureola surrounding her head. Her
left foot is in the river and her right, on land. She pours water from one cup
into the other cup, filled with wine, in order to dilute it.
Temperance shares its cross sums with the Hierophant, the teacher, and comes
right after Death, change. From these two aspects, Temperance stands, as a
teacher to test you on all that you've learned from the Hierophant and to see
what you've experienced from your change by Death's hand. Are you able to
balance the physical world with the metaphysical? Temperance's feet show that
you are able to. The metaphysical (the river) is connected with the physical
(the land). What about combining two completely different aspects of life? The
Hierophant teaches you about what you may be able to experience whilst Death
actually puts you through the experience. The combination of these two is
represented by Temperance diluting the water with the wine. On top of all of
this, you are able to combine both aspects of life with no reprecussions, as
the aureola around Temperance's head indicates a positive change.
But all of this wouldn't have been possible had you not gone through such a
poweful change. Anyone can try to balance two things together, but unless one
goes though both extremes, the end result won't be something worth holding on
A devil sits upon a black cube with his right hand in the broken bendediction
form. A naked man and woman are shackled to the Devil's cube, though upon
closer inspection, the nooks to their chains are loose enough for them to
The Devil represents the temptations we put on ourselves, shown by the shackled
humans to the Devil. The shackles are loose, and we can easily slip out from
them, but we remain tethered to the Devil. We are bound to the materialistic
items in this world, and although we acknowledge their harmful ways, we refuse
to change our ways.
The Tower represents the destructions of all the lies that the person has built to
protect themselves from others. When The Tower falls, it shows the person for
who they really are, and that can be one of the hardest things. To make things
worse, not only are the person's lies destroyed, but so are the beliefs and
goals they once sought after. Within all the negatives, there are some posi-
tives. The destruction of The Tower allows something positive to be built in
its place. The Tower can also represent someone breaking free of all the lies
that have been told to them, causing the truth to emerge from the rubble.
The Star represents the desire for hope. The bearer of this arcanum may either
be wishing for hope, or act as the beacon of hope, just as the woman pouring
the water in the pond and the earth acts at the hope for the metaphysical (the
pond) and the physical (the earth) world for those who are struggling in their
Portrayed as two dogs howling at the Moon, around a pool with a crab in it, with two towers in the background, the Moon Arcana is associated with creativity, inspiration, dreams, madness, illusions, fear, fantasy, the subconscious and trickery. In tarot readings, it can also represent being attuned subconsciously to the world around, gaining the ability to sense things without being told about them or without anyone else knowing
Contrary to the Moon, the Sun is one of the easier cards to interpret.
The Sun is depicted by a bright sun shining down on a naked boy riding a horse
and holding a red flag. Behind them, sunflowers burst into full bloom. Whereas
the Moon dealt with the female, the Sun deals with the male, though unlike the
Moon there aren't a lot of symbolism that shows why. Just take it as it is, I
guess. Anyway, in contrast to the Moon's chaotic, dismal, and dreary world, the
Sun is a generally bright and happy place. Look at the Sun compared to the
Moon. The Sun is smiling while the Moon is frowing. The creatures in the Moon
look rabid and feral, while the boy on the horse is smiling and the horse
itself has a placid look on its face.
Moving on to symbolism, the boy on the horse represents innocence and the horse
shows freedom, which is further emphasized by the boy not riding the horse with
a saddle and the movement away from the wall behind them. Atop the wall, sun-
flowers bloom, representing the birth of new ideals and discoveries. Finally,
the flag the boy holds represents victory to the bearer of the arcanum.
When Gabriel blows his horn, it is representing you making the choice of
actually taking the initiative to face yourself. Without a doubt, facing your-
self is one of the hardest things to do in the world because no one can help
you. It's basically you against yourself. Or rather, you against your memories,
which are represented by the dead people that arise from the ground. When you
think about it, it shouldn't be hard at all. Afterall, the things you face are
only your memories. They can't physically hurt you, but still, it really does
hurt to think about some painful memories. But you can't dwell in the past
forever. What is done has been done. There is no need to hold on to such emo-
tions that you felt years ago. Once you are able to face yourself, as well as
those memories you are burdened by, a great deal will be lifted off your back.
No longer will you be haunted by painful memories even if you do think about
In the World tarot, a naked woman surrounded by a yoni and holding
wands in each of her hand dances on top of the world with a wreath surrounding
her. Outside of the wreath the heads of a human, an eagle, a lion, and a bull
look at the dancing woman.
The woman surrounded by the yoni represents a circular motion, akin to the way
the world turns. The 4 creatures surrounding her, as well as the wreath stands
for the 4 elements in the World: Fire (Leo), Water (human), Wind
(Eagle/Scorpio), Earth (Taurus), and Spirit (Aquarius). These symbols can be
seen throughout each of the arcana, thus, it adds up to making the World an
arcanum that represents the conglomeration of everything.
For the personal self, the World signifies the feeling of peace with the world.
It doesn't mean that you have to act like some great sage or a meditating monk.
All it means is that the bearer of this arcanum feels just right where they
are. They want nothing more than they have nor do they feel like they're lack-
Contoh, tgl lhr wa 05 February 1997.
05+02+19+97 = 123
karena 3 digit, jadi 12+3=15
jadi Birth Arcana wa Devil Arcana.