Moon Tarot Card Meaning
The Moon Tarot card meaning
Card Number: XVIII the Moon Arcana (18)
The Moon Upright
Danger, Disgrace, Intuition, Twilight, Bad influence, Craftiness, Deceit, Deception, Disillusionment, False friends, Libel, Obscurity, Selfishness, Slander, Superficiality, Ulterior motives, Unknown enemies
The Moon Reversed
A minor deception recognized before damage is done, Gain without paying the price, Overcoming bad temptation, Taking advantage of someone, Trifling mistakes
The Querent can be advised that the Moon tarot card suggests an emotional and mental rollercoaster ride. The Querent could choose to wallow in despair or to be calm and attempt to resolve whatever crisis that may come.
There is a full moon with a crescent within. Twin pillars are present and two dogs/wolves were howling. A stream runs to the ocean and there is a crayfish which emerges out of the water.
The Fool followed the star and traveled through the night. The Moon rises and illuminates a watery path for him. The Fool feels like he is walking in his sleep. He passes under th moon and found himself to be in another land. The path that the Fool had been using becomes a river and he stands hip-deep in the waters. There is a boat which is parked nearby, However, there wasn’t any oar. At this point, the Fool realizes that he can wither lose himself in this primal land or he could get onto the boat and move himself to the river. The Fool gets into the boat and shoves off.
The Moon card is a tarot card which is associated with sleep, dreams and nightmares. It may seem scary to some people because it warns people that there might be hidden enemies, tricks and falsehoods. However, it should also be noted that this is also a card of great creativity, powerful magic and primal feelings. The Querent who has drawn this card may wish to note that he or she may be going through a period of emotional and mental trial. Drugs and alcohols should be avoided as irreparable damage can be caused.
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The Moon is high in the night sky. It is large and yellow, the pale profile
of a woman’s face is within the moon. Her eyes are closed. Below the moon
are yellow drops of light, falling like a light rain onto the ground below.
In the very foreground of the card, is the edge of a lake or pond. The
surface of the water has been disturbed by the blue crustacean that has
emerged from it. A thin dirt path is directly in front of him, this path
stretches out as far as the eye can see. On the grass on either side of this
path are a dog and a wolf.
The brown dog, on the left, is standing on all fours, his back to us,
howling at the moon. The Wolf, a lighter shade of brown, sits on his hind
legs and looks up at the moon, his teeth are bared.
In the middle ground of the card, the grass is a dark green. Two tall, grey
towers stand on either side of the card. They have one square window at the
top. The towers are rectangle shape. The left tower sits on the dark green
grass. The right one sits on a ledge of light green grass. A small blue
stream zig-zags in front of this tower.
In the distance are blue mountains.
Moon Tarot in the upright position:
LBW:- Deception, twilight, obscurity, intuition, disillusionment, danger,
bad influence, ulterior motives, false friends, selfishness, deceit,
craftiness, disgrace, slander, libel, superficiality, unknown enemies.
Moon Card in the Reversed position:
Reversed:- A minor deception recognized before damage is done, trifling
mistakes, overcoming bad temptation, gain without paying the price, taking
advantage of someone.