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The Major Arkana card, marked with the number eleven.
The Justice Tarot Card is marked with the number eleven. The Elevel like number Eight is a vibration of strong karma, the law of cause and effect, and it is this law that governs the universe that Justice reminds us of. The card speaks of an impartial retribution for our actions – both good and bad. The image of a woman in a long robe on the card resembles Themis, worshiped in ancient Greece – the goddess of justice, law and order, guarding the observance of the rules that allow society to function harmoniously and develop. The woman shown on the card holds a weight and a sword attribute in both hands. Libra symbolizes justice, harmony, balance, and caring for spiritual and material resources. Her two scarves resemble two identical parts of the number eight joined together. The sword, on the other hand, is an attribute of a wise but strict ruler who does not hesitate to use the blade to punish those who have violated the sacred laws.
The Justice Charter is, in its fundamental sense, a sign of important choices and decisive decisions. The two weight scales on the card symbolize two possible paths, while the sword tells you to break free from the dilemma by making binding decisions. Since the eight patronizing the Justice card is related to karma, the decisions embodied by this card are final and it is very difficult to undo or change them. Most often it is even impossible, because in this case a once-made decision may have far-reaching consequences. Often, the Justice card also informs about making important decisions that will affect our lives, but which do not depend directly on us. It is therefore about administrative decisions, court judgments and all decisions issued by various institutions. In this respect, Justice heralds the end of a period of uncertainty and hesitation. Whatever decision is made, it is likely to allow us to move forward and leave behind the issues that needed to be regulated.
When asked about a person or a course of action, the Justice Charter advises you to follow strict moral principles. He warns against the temptation to take a shortcut, against any action on the border of the law, but also against ignoring other people’s merits. When assessing those around us, we should be as completely impartial as possible. The charter also informs that during the implementation of current projects, we should demonstrate reliability, accuracy and honesty in action. Only in this way will we be able to achieve fulfillment and our efforts will bear the expected fruit.
Look for ways that will bring balance to Your life.
Justice doesn’t mean everyone gets the same. Justice means everyone gets what they need.
Reversed Justice Card means facing severe criticism, accusation, mess or fraud. It also means not being able to look at things objectively.
Fool card about Feelings
In the area of love and relationships, the Justice Charter speaks of the need to restore harmony and balance in the relationship. Perhaps the hardships of everyday life, such as paid work or childcare, are not evenly distributed among partners, and their relationship needs repair. Since, as mentioned above, Justice is a charter of deep, transformative decisions and decisions made at the official level, it can inform about separation between spouses or divorce. The charter also recalls that the relationship should be based on honesty. If the latter is missing on one of the sides, then with the Justice card appearing in the schedule, it can be expected that ultimately the dishonesty will emerge.
Card about Health
In the area of health, The Justice card speaks of the harmony between body and soul. He advises paying attention to our daily habits, such as diet, because they shape our health in a significant way in the long term. Justice warns against diseases that our daily lifestyle may contribute to, such as diabetes, for example. The card does not indicate any serious diseases, but it reminds you that it is worth checking your health by performing basic periodic examinations. Pay attention to what we eat and how much exercise we provide to our body.
Tarot Card in Finances
In the field of work and finances, the Justice card speaks of the possibility of promotion. Warns against dishonesty and against attempts to circumvent the rules that apply in the workplace. If we run a company, an ex officio control may occur, so it is worth taking care of all formalities and ordering documents. We can also expect important financial decisions or receive an inheritance.
Remember to have your own interpretation. Focus and feel individual energy that flows from the Tarot Card.