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The Sun

The Major Arkana card, marked with number nineteen.

Card description

The Sun is a card of the Great Arkana with a particularly cheerful, optimistic meaning. The card is marked with the number nineteen. It shows a small child with a smiling face, sitting on the back of a white horse crossing a sunflower field. Above it, a bright sun shines in the sky with many rays. Sunlight symbolically fills the space of the card. Solar symbolism is additionally emphasized by blooming sunflowers, flowers especially associated with the sun, not only due to the intense yellow color of their petals, but also by the fact that these flowers always point their shields towards the sun, regardless of the time of day. The naked child depicted on the card is joyful and full of energy. His head is decorated with a wreath of flowers, and in his hand there is a flowing red banner – a symbol of victory, great power and triumph. Through its symbolism, the Sun card carries a message about the victory of light over darkness, good over evil, joy over sorrow. It is a card of spiritual flourishing and blessing coming from above in the form of the light of our day star that permeates all.

Light, joy, enlightenment, child, creativity, optimism, courage, go-ahead, happiness.

Card Vibration

Card meaning

The Sun card carries with it the joyful and optimistic energies of Tarot. It is often interpreted by tarot players in opposition to the Moon card that preceded it in the deck. Thus, while the Moon embodies the feminine energy, illusions and delusions, the Sun card is imbued with the masculine energy of openness, agency and action. The sun is traditionally the essence of male Yang energy, as opposed to the female, cool and mysterious female Yang energy represented by the Moon card.

The Sun card, therefore, means activity, fresh energy, clarity of the situation and the certainty of our choices. It is also the clarity and sharpness of the mind and factual assessment of situations that allow us to make the right choices. The card indicates the end of all dilemmas and the overcoming of previous difficulties that appeared on our way. It means positive dispute resolution, making good decisions and the power to implement fresh, creative ideas and ideas. The card also indicates the blossoming of vital forces, the activity of the body and mind, and the ability to appreciate oneself. It encourages you to share your ideas and achievements with others. The Sun card also says that our projects are ready to see the light of day and gain recognition from a wider group of people. Decaying sun also means that we should in no way detract from our own worth, as we fully deserve credit. Let us appreciate ourselves and others will do the same. For athletes, artists, and creators, the Sun card encourages you to step out of the shadows to finally find yourself in a place you’ve been striving for a long time. Therefore, it is worth taking part in the competition, showing your image, pulling out of the drawer the typescript of the book lying in it – the more that the Sun often means a generous patron or patron who will look favorably on our work.

In relation to a person, the Sun card means a person of an extroverted nature, who knows his worth, is generous and passionate. This card is customarily assigned to the astrological Leo.

The Decay Sun card usually means happiness, fulfillment and the crowning achievement of efforts. This luminous card also has a darker side, however. In a negative aspect, it can mean selfishness, self-centeredness, self-righteousness, infantility and emotional immaturity.

Card can represents places like Cinema, theater, opera, podium, public celebration, birthday, name day, place of celebration, place of awarding decorations and distinctions, beginning of summer, beginning of summer holidays, end of school or academic year, beach, desert, solarium.

The Sun card advises you to bath in your own sunshine.

Set your priorities, know your values and believe in your goal. Only then can you effectively share yourself with others,
(John C. Maxwell)

Reversed Card

The reversed Sun card does not foreshadow any serious problems. It can predict some delays or reduced vitality.

Fool card about Feelings

(Relationship, Love)

In the field of love and relationship, the Sun card heralds great joy and fulfillment. It signifies the union of two people who complement each other on a bodily, intellectual and spiritual level. It is a relationship in which there is complete honesty and mutual trust. The card says there are good chances of starting a family together. In permanent relationships, the Sun card can mean a wedding, as well as the birth of a child.

Card about Health

The Sun card is a harbinger of recovery as well as a symbol of vitality and high energy. It can talk about overcoming a serious illness or addiction, about a positive effect of treatment, and about spiritual rebirth. In a negative aspect, this card is associated with cardiovascular diseases, the functioning of which should be given special attention.

Tarot Card in Finances

The sun promises all kinds of professional successes and financial profits. It indicates a favorable time for investing previously accumulated funds, because it promises profits. The card also says about getting a promotion at work, about the possibility of receiving a prize, about winning a competition or about beating a competition. Moreover, it heralds a period of financial stability which is conducive to undertaking new forms of economic activity, and in particular – creative work.

Jobs: Artist, film or theater director, expert in some field, senior man, boss, group leader, patron of the arts, rentier, patron, investor, researcher, outdoor workers/gardeners.
Card number: 19
The Sun Yes or No : Yes
Numerological vibration : 1
Hebrew letter: Raish ר

Remember to have your own interpretation. Focus and feel individual energy that flows from the Tarot Card.