What Does the Moon Card Mean?
illusion ~ deception ~ dreams
Tarot Card Meanings for the Moon Card
- Keywords for the Moon Card
- Dreams but also nightmares, illusion, hidden things – particularly enemies, insecurity, mystery, falsehoods, visions, mental confusion, a dark night of the soul, a difficult period, lacking clarity, deception, secrets, increased psychic ability and experiences.
- The Moon Card Reversed
- Secrets being revealed, what was hidden is now becoming visible, deceptions are seen, mysteries unveiled, unusual dreams, psychic insights you may not understand, insomnia or unusual sleeping patterns, irrational thoughts/behaviours.
- The Moon Card as People
- Undercover agents, detectives, private investigators, mystery shoppers, actors, illusionists, mediums, psychics, travelers, spiritual seekers, shaman, refuge staff, veterinarians.
The Moon Card Correspondences
|ק – Kuf
|Feb 21 – Mar 20
|The Hermit 18/1+8=9
|12 – zodiac trump
The Moon as a Daily Tarot Oracle Card
Oracle Message: It’s a topsy-turvy kind of day where the dots don’t join & the colours are inverted.
All is not what it seems today and you may not get to the bottom of it. Strongly linked to intuition, the Moon creates a sense of knowing rather than hard cold facts. That can be more than a little disconcerting because overactive imaginations can concoct all kinds of betrayals and misdeeds carried out by others. This clandestine, cloak and dagger atmosphere is entirely within the Moon’s domain.
The antidote is the very thing that is creating this feeling – your intuition. Acknowledging you feel uncomfortable is your awareness contributing to the cure. You also have to stop, take stock and while allowing your intuitive faculties full expression, also allow some logic to penetrate the mystery clouding your day.
The Moon suggests, hints & sometimes reveals but it doesn’t do much else. That means you can ride out the storm of uncertainty until you know more over the coming days. Then you can start gathering intel and begin the process of confirming or denying what your gut, or the universe, may have been trying to tell you.