What does the justice card mean, includes the Justice tarot card image


Justice Tarot CardKeywords: *Law *Justice *Balance *Fairness *Victory

Justice tarot card meaning

The Justice tarot card is connected to the number 11 and is ruled by the astrological sign Libra. Libra is a a sign of balance, harmony, equilibrium justice and righteousness

The Justice figure is sitting on her chair and is acting as a Judge. She is cloaked in red and holds a sword in her right hand and the scales in her left hand. The sword is indicative of the Ace of swords and denotes achievement, victory, success, impartiality and making decisions. She wears a crown on her head which includes a square, this square correlates to the law protecting the circle and the eternal state of oneness within us all.

She is holding the scales in her left hand which is the intuitive hand. The scales symbolise balance and a need to reach a fair decision, but also to use logic and intuition in balance. Her white shoe that appears from her cloak is reminding us of the need to be aware of the spiritual consequences of our actions here on earth. The grey pillars represent the limitations of the physical world.

What does the Justice card represent?

When drawn in a reading the Justice card indicates involvement in legal matters and success. It could denote a need to act impartial and the right action in a situation. It could also be urging you to act responsibly and to be accountable for your actions.

If you find yourself at a crossroad, the decision that you make will be life changing. This card could be prompting you to weigh all sides of an issue before making a decision and only when you are fully informed, determine the right course of action.

In a relationship spread, the Justice card indicates a time for commitment. Before you make that commitment, weigh all sides and be truthful with what you really want out of the relationship.

When reversed, the Justice tarot card symbolises someone who has to deal with the consequences of their actions and the importance of admitting involvement in something before moving on can take place.

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