Tarot cards meanings
Yes / No
The Ace of Wands is an inventive, creative card suggesting some sort of passionate union, positive new beginnings, or the birth of something powerful and inspiring yet to come in your life. It could be a new project or something creative that you will be taking on. The answer to your question is most likely yes.
The Two of Wands shows being in control and experiencing gains in your life on one hand. On the other, it brings with it great anxiety and the possibility of losing the control that you once had. The dynamism projected through this card does not provide a clear answer. Maybe is what it suggests.
The Three of Wands stands for fresh starts, achievements, and positive partnerships. It could mean some sort of business expansion, or it could be the confirmation that you are on the right path toward success. It has an overall positive tone, and the answer it provides you with is yes.
Although Tarot is primarily used for detailed divination it can be used for yes/no answers though many lack the knowledge of this fact. The Four of Wands answers “yes” to your question as it symbolises positivity, harmony, goodness and the joy that comes with new beginnings.
The Five of Wands suggests being challenged in some way and having to defend yourself against others. It brings with it feelings of struggle, anxiety, and overall unease with internal battles yet to come. The negative foreboding presented with this card provides an answer of no.
The Six of Wands shows triumph, victory, and success in your endeavors. It suggests a person feeling exalted because of winning and finding the inspiration needed to move forward. Good news is the overall feeling in the presence of this card. The answer is yes.
The Seven of Wands represents long-term success due to the strength it takes to overcome obstacles and being able to take on calculated risks. Using courage to stand up for yourself and what is best is what this card is all about. The answer you are seeking is yes.
The Eight of Wands stands for some sort of journey or travel. It suggests events that will move quickly and opportunities that are set to arrive unpredictably. While overcoming obstacles, it shows and end to some sort of delay or blockage in your life. The answer to your question is most likely yes.
The Nine of Wands shows determination and courage under fire. However, it also indicates a need for being cautious and defensive in struggles that are yet to come. There is nothing that suggests a more positive or negative outcome in these matters, and thus, the answer is maybe.
The Ten of Wands is a card highly associated with feeling an intense pressure and being over burdened in some area of your life. Other possible things suggested by this card are feelings of being trapped, opressed, or having no control over your circumstances. With an overall negative tone, the answer is no.
The Page of Wands is an energetic, lively, and fearless youth who possesses a can-do attitude and a hands on approach. This card represents being adventurous and ambitious in overcoming fears and starting new projects using your skills and courage. The answer that you seek is yes.
The Knight of Wands is an ambitious, energetic, and determided leader. Although there are challenges associated with this card, embracing them as something positive to come is suggested. Even though the changes are unpredictable, believing in yourself and having courage is best. Your answer is yes.
The Queen of Wands is a lively, passionate, and independent woman. She suggests a person who is career-oriented and successful. Honest, thoughtful, and confident, the presence of this card shows someone seeking positive self-development, and the answer associate with it is yes.
The King of Wands is a voracious, determined, and confident authority figure. He represents some sort of expansion, establishment of something in your professional life, or financial gain along with success. He is a positive presence, likely to bring along positive outcomes. The answer is yes.
The Ace of Cups represents overall satisfaction throughout all different areas of your life. It predicts success and abundance through use of good intuition and creativity. New relationships or possibly a birth or pregnancy could be associated with these positive outlooks. The answer is yes.
The Two of Cups shouts about love, positive relationships, and togetherness. It suggests a life full of close bonds, good friendships, and mutual love and respect therein. This card encompasses all happy, positive, loving feelings. The answer it is providing to you is yes.
The Three of Cups brings with it an abundance of love and joy. It suggests happy gatherings or celebrations and success in various aspects of your life. It is associated with loving celebrations and close relationships, and it means that the answer you seek is yes.
The Four of Cups is an indifferent card showing a sense of apathy, boredom, and even disappointment. It could mean that you need to re-evaluate some area of your life or possibly that you are just settling for where you are and with opportunities having been missed. There is no clear answer right now.
The Five of Cups is a regretful card full of sadness, loss, and despondency. It could be a sign of not appreciating what you have in life or possibly avoidance of something yet to come. The disappointment and discontent associated with this card provide an answer of no to your question.
The Six of Cups says something by the way of reconciliation and leaving the past behind. It could mean some sort of apology or returning to the past to unlock skeletons from the closet. There is a sense of relief and moving forward with its presence, and the answer you seek is likely yes.
The Seven of Cups symbolizes confusing decisions, wishful thinking, and temptation due to a lack of morality. Delusional ambitions and poor choices are associated with this card. It brings a definite feeling of pessimism and negativity. The answer is no.
The Eight of Cups shows some degree of change happening in your lifestyle. It brings feelings of despondency, indifference, and avoidance. It could indicate a need to give up, leave, or turn away from something in your current life. The melancholy feeling associated with this card suggests no.
The Nine of Cups shows feelings of joy, satisfaction, pleasure, and overall contentment. Its presence is indicative of a bright future brimming with good times, bliss, and a period of your wishes all being granted. The answer you are looking for is yes.
The Ten of Cups represents perfect harmony, abundance, and happiness. It suggests perhaps personal or family dreams coming true and an overall sense of satisfaction and security in life. Positive achievements and emotional stability ahead of you, the answer you seek is yes.
The Page of Cups is a gentle, artistic, dreamer-type messenger. He brings with him announcements of good news and messages of new, serene beginnings. All dealings with this card are of a positive nature, and the answer it represents is yes.
The Knight of Cups is a romantic and compassionate dreamer bringing along new opportunities or some sort of positive invitation. He represents self acceptance and an arrival to finding the proper path for your life. The answer you are looking for is yes.
The Queen of Cups is a sensitive, quite, and virtuous woman who represents seeking and channelling a transformation within. She suggests a person who is a good listener and a loving counselor. Like her counterpart, the King of Cups, her presence is neither positive nor negative, and she brings an unclear answer to your question.
The King of Cups is a compassionate, warm, and gentle voice of reason. He is an authoritative man with strong intuition and vast spiritual knowledge. This card represents being able to make decisions by channelling experiences and being able to give good/helpful advise. Neither positive nor negative in nature, the answer is unclear.
The Ace of Swords represents victory through having mental strength and achievement. Justice, clarity, and creative thinking are all associated with this card. A brilliant idea could be just around the corner, or perhaps it is some sort of divine inspiration toward creativity. The answer is likely yes.
The Two of Swords symbolizes conflict resolution and decisions that must be made. However, the conclusions are likely through seeking inner peace and coming to a compromise. While this card suggests a general peace of mine, it leans neither toward yes or no. Thus maybe is the answer.
The Four of Swords points toward some sort of sickness or withdrawal. However, it also brings with it rest, healing, and order. Other interpretations could be simply taking a needed break or calling a truce. The position of this card is fairly mild but overall positive. The answer is most likely yes.
The Three of Swords shows the presence of pain and suffering either through an emotional loss, the end of an important relationship, or heartbreak through separation. The emotional disturbances and mental anguish that come along with this card portray an answer of no to your question.
The Five of Swords suggests conflict, discord, and troubles to come. There could be a loss, defeat, or painful separation in the near future accompanied by feelings of brokenness and low self-esteem. Nothing associated with this card is of a positive nature, and thus, your answer is no.
The Six of Swords is symbolic of a journey or escape into mental clarity. It suggests a better, positive future or possibly a period of calm straight ahead of you. Moving forward could require you to use your logic or natural intellect, but the end result is of a positive nature. The answer is yes.
The Seven of Swords brings failure as well as obvious pessimism. It suggests the possibility of theft or not living up to your full potential in the future either due to unknown opponents or possibly because of mental procrastination on your part. The answer you are looking for is no.
The Eight of Swords is a card showing the presence of obstructions and difficult obstacles. It shows a fear of failure as well as sheer bad luck. The frustration and constraint overriding the tone of this card points toward an answer of no to the question you are asking.
The Nine of Swords is symbolic of worry, grief, and anxiety. It could mean a period of mental anguish, some sort of horrible accident, or many sleepless nights to come. A turn for the worse could be ahead of you, and you should beware of depression and thoughts of self-harm. No is the answer provided here.
The Ten of Swords shows a sudden ending or a negative outcome in some endeavour in your life. It could mean failure, ruin, or mortality accompanied by depression and feelings of being broken and crushed by the weight of the world. Harsh and negative, this card says no.
The Page of Swords is an intelligent, logical, and vigilant youth who brings along some sort of official news of change. While the changes could prove to be challenging, this card shows pretences of mental clarity and inner demons being settled and ridden from your life. The most likely answer here is yes.
The Knight of Swords is domineering and destructive. He represents taking control of a project or situation but in a ruthless manner. This card portends unexpected loss, conflict, and a need to establish your own ideas and beliefs. The negative tone of this card suggests an answer of no.
The Queen of Swords is an analytical, independent problem-solver. She brings with her mental clarity or an end to something troubling in your life but not without a painful loss or separation. She is stoic and astute but gives nothing away as a positive or negative outcome. Maybe is the only answer.
The King of Swords is an assertive, professional, decision maker with high intellect and a knack for leadership. He represents big decisions to come and a need to take control and set boundaries while making firm commitments to your goals. This card provides no clear answer, maybe at best.
The Ace of Pentacles represents prosperity, financial gain, and successful endeavours resulting in promotion (I do not know what you are trying to say here?) It brings with it good luck as well as emotional stability. This card is highly suggestive of a positive future and being able to attain your goals. The answer herein is yes.
The Two of Pentacles shows movement, balance, and growth through change. It suggests possibilities of fluctuating wealth that will likely require some sort of juggling act and will bring with it both ups and downs. The workload will be heavy, and there is no clear answer provided by the presence of this card.
The Three of Pentacles is a card representing excellence and success. These things could be acquired through productive teamwork or being industrious. It relates directly to being a master of your trade and great career accomplishments. The answer to your question is yes.
The Four of Pentacles stands for security, stability, and the presence of elemental balance in your life. It suggests being smart and frugal with what you have and remaining on a strict budget but with the security of only positive outcomes. Moving forward will likely require tenacity. Your answer is yes.
The Five of Pentacles indicates the coming of financial or emotional troubles or a period of bad luck. Worry, poverty, and setbacks are all associated with this card. These things could be due to a lack of belief or possibly losing your faith. The overall tone of this card is negative. The answer you are after is no.
The Six of Pentacles means success, prosperity, and generosity. It suggests financially helping others, giving donations, and selfless charity. There is positive favour and an overall sense of good fortune and happy payoffs in the future. The answer you seek is most likely yes.
The Seven of Pentacles represents perseverance in your occupation or business. It is associated with success but through slow, steady growth. It suggests that you will have to wait a long time for your reward and that perhaps your are not working at your full potential. There is no clear answer here.
The Eight of Pentacles is a card suggesting an improvement of skills and studiousness. It shows a desirable career and acquiring new skills just ahead as long as you use discretion and take a balanced approach. The outlook from this card is positive. Yes is your answer.
The Nine of Pentacles stands for wealth and financial security. It could mean finally being rewarded for all of your efforts in business or important projects in your life. The presence of this card could mean financial and/or personal independence for you. The answer you seek is more than likely yes.
The Ten of Pentacles shows the presence of stability, prosperity, and overall good fortune. This could all be due to having positive, close relationships or a tight-knit family as a foundation. An inheritance or discovery of treasure could await you, and your answer is yes.
The Page of Pentacles represents a skillful, attentive, and studious youth who is both self-disciplined as well as a go-getter. He could indicate some sort of promotion or acquiring a new, enjoyable hobby in the near future. The overall mood of this card is positive and suggests that the answer is yes.
The Knight of Pentacles is dependable, honourable, and trustworthy. He has undeniable common sense, incredible determination, and various skills that include exercising patience and being supportive of others. The presence of this card suggests positive things to come to those who remain faithful. The answer you are looking for is yes.
The Queen of Pentacles is a practical, organized, and reliable multi-tasker. She brings with her abundance and wealth but also requires an ability to love yourself and be unafraid of the change or journey that could lie ahead in order to achieve your goals. This card definitely points to yes.
The King of Pentacles is a reliable, confident, self-sufficient individual. He shows signs of success, wealth, and endless personal growth. Attaining your goals will likely require some self-exploration as well as a firm commitment on your part, but the outcome looks positive. Your answer is yes.
The Chariot reveals some sort of journey. With a positive connotation, this journey will most likely be a progression of some sort. It could also be the final success you have been working for. The confidence, direction, and victory shown through this card indicate that the answer is yes.
The Death card shows some sort of dramatic change in order to have a new beginning. It is often associated with some sort of loss, failure, or destruction. The overall tone of this card is dark and not good. Thus, your answer is no.
The Devil is about all things negative. Anger, violence, temptation, fear, and doubt are just some of the terrors associated with this card. It suggests feeling trapped perhaps in an unhealthy relationship, an addiction, or a lie. Without a doubt, this card is telling you no.
The Emperor, as the counterpart to the Empress, stands for all things fatherly. He is structure, order, and authority in your life. While moving forward in your endeavours, this card indicates that assertiveness and rationality will take you a long way. With that, your answer is yes.
The Empress stands for all things motherly. A nurturing, loving problem solver, she indicates successful business ventures or other positive, productive opportunities to come. She suggests moving forward to fulfill your full potential, and the answer you seek is yes.
The Fool represents new beginnings and carefree adventure. Though this card could indicate foolishness, it is more optimistic in the sense that it stands for pure actions and being free from the constraints of your present life. More than likely, there are important decisions coming your way, and the answer to your question is yes.
The Hanged Man suggests some sort of metamorphosis through breaking patterns, letting go, or going through a period of transition. Although it could indicate having to give something up in order to gain a fresh perspective, it has neither positive or negative connotations. Maybe is the answer.
The Hermit is a card symbolic of seeking some sort of spiritual enlightenment. Solitary introspection and contemplation are also associated with the Hermit. Perhaps some soul-searching and reflection are required on your part. The answer to your question, therefore, is maybe.
The Hierophant is a symbol of education and tradition. This card suggests seeking spiritual guidance or advice in your life. Also indicative of conformity and religious approval, this card has neither a positive or negative connotation. The only answer is maybe.
The High Priestess is a spiritually intuitive woman full of mystery, wisdom, and understanding. A journey of self-discovery goes hand-in-hand with the presence of this card in your spread. She stands for things yet to be discovered in your life, and thus the answer to your question is unclear.
The Judgement card is representative of some sort of change or transformation, likely one that has already occurred. It could mean the presence of a spiritual or professional calling and making decisions that will lead to your success. The answer to your question is yes.
The Justice card is all about karma, fairness, and balance in different affairs in your life. It does not suggest an outcome that is either for or against you, but accountability, dignity, and integrity are all liked to its presence. There is no clear cut answer to your question.
The Lovers suggest being at a crossroads somewhere in your life. While this card is highly symbolic of relationships, love, and togetherness, it could also be revealing a positive business partnership or teaming up to move forward in your life. The answer to your question is yes.
The Magician is symbolic of action and power in your life. Its positive connotations illustrate someone who is a smooth talker and good at all aspects of communication. This card suggests using your strong will power to move forward and take action. The answer to your question is yes.
The Moon is an illusive and confusing card. It suggests the presence of risks, secrets, and some level of mental confusion. It would warn you to take caution and be careful in whatever endeavor you are pursuing in your life. The answer you are seeking is no.
The Star is symbolic of hope, renewal, and beauty. It suggests a period of spiritual tranquility, happiness, and positive opportunities. The overall feeling of this card is optimistic and serene. The answer suggested by its presence is yes.
The Strength card shows a presence of self-assurance and confidently facing problems in your life. It suggests a person who enjoys power but has the capacity to exercise great self-control in all matters. Patience and strength may be required in your pursuits, and the answer you seek is most likely yes.
The Sun, being the opposition to the Moon, is a card full of life, joy, and energy. It reveals positive achievements, successful endeavors, and an overall manifestations of good fortune in your life. Thus, the answer it provides for your question is yes.
Temperance implies divine intervention and harmony. Its presence in your spread shows you possess great self-confidence and are in control of your own fate; the answer Temperance gives to your question is “most likely yes”.
The Tower is all about unexpected events and changes coming up in your life. However, the changes are along the lines of something catastrophic, disasterous, and overall negative. It could be related to some sort of accident, disaster, or damage to another area of your life. The answer provided by this card is no.
The Wheel of Fortune stands for luck, changes, and a new direction in your life. While it also shows ups and downs, the overall feel of the card is a positive one indicating changes for the better and good fortune. The answer you are looking for is yes.
The World card means satisfaction and success at a journey's end. Fulfillment, rewards, certainty, and positive outcomes are all things directly associated with the presence of this card. The answer more than likely is yes.