Tarot Level 2 quiz.
The following is a list of the 22 Cards in the Major Arcana in Tarot, along with their general meanings or interpretations when used in conjunction with a Tarot reading. In this quiz, you'll need to know all of these cards and their meanings. Notice that the Major Arcana doesn't have any numbered cards or suits. You also will not see a Five of Wands in the Major Arcana because the Major Arcana does not have any numbered cards or suits in it. The Minor Arcana has numbered cards, but not the Major Arcana. It's also important to know that there are 4 Suits in Tarot which are the Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles. There are no Suits in the Major Arcana but there are 4 Suits in the Minor Arcana which are Wands, Cups, Swords, and Pentacles. To pass this quiz, you'll need to know the meaning of every card in the Major Arcana. There are 22 in all, so before you proceed with the quiz, you might want to write this stuff down, as well as some of the points made in this section. If you would like to learn to read Tarot without using any reference books, then you'll want to write the name of the card on an index card, and on the reverse side, write down the meaning of the card. That way you can use them as flash card to help you memorize all of the cards. If you pass this test, you'll earn 22 Points.
Here's the 22 cards that are in the Major Arcana in Tarot, along with their meanings in italics.
- The Fool: Innocence, new beginnings, free spirit
- The Magician: Willpower, desire, creation, manifestation
- The High Priestess: Intuitive, unconscious, inner voice
- The Empress: Motherhood, fertility, nature
- The Emperor: Authority, structure, control, fatherhood
- The Hierophant: Tradition, conformity, morality, ethics
- The Lovers: Partnerships, duality, union
- The Chariot: Direction, control, willpower
- Strength: Inner strength, bravery, compassion, focus
- The Hermit: Contemplation, search for truth, inner guidance
- Wheel of Fortune: Change, cycles, inevitable fate
- Justice: Cause and effect, clarity, truth
- The Hanged Man: Sacrifice, release, martyrdom
- Death: End of cycle, beginnings, change, metamorphosis
- Temperance: Middle path, patience, finding meaning
- The Devil: Addiction, materialism, playfulness
- The Tower: Sudden upheaval, broken pride, disaster
- The Star: Hope, faith, rejuvenation
- The Moon: Unconscious, illusions, intuition
- The Sun: Joy, success, celebration, positivity
- Judgement: Reflection, reckoning, awakening
- The World: Fulfillment, harmony, completion
Basic Tarot Knowledge
Think you know your way around a Tarot deck? Give this test a try and see how much you really know about Tarot.