The Emperor Tarot Card (Number 4) is a card that is known for always doing hard work. But it is so much more than just this. Have a look at this small guidebook made by Tarot Card Reader Ruma Marwah to get all your answers.

What is tarot card?

The Tarot is a spiritual and philosophical tool to be aware of the outside world and more importantly guide our attention to the inner world of each of us. It is a divinatory tool like a mobile navigation like where to go and what to do next?

What constitutes tarot cards?

In Tarot Cards the following are always interlinked:-
Numerology – It is the study of the relationship that numbers and letters have with our personality and life events.

Astrology – It is the study of the cosmos, and how the stars and other planetary objects in the universe influence life on the earth.

Kabbalah – Kabbalah is an esoteric method, discipline, and school of thought in Jewish mysticism.

What does Number 4 represent in tarot cards?
Number Four (4) in Tarot Cards according to Numerology represents order, system, control, authority, management and command. It is also known as ‘The Number of Realistic thinking’. If you are practical and self-reliant, you will have the motivation to achieve whatever you set out to do and can turn any situation to your advantage.

What is the Minor Arcana in Number 4 of Tarot Cards?

On the Kabbalistic Tree of Life the Fours of The Minor Arcana reside in the- Fourth Sephira, Chewed (Mercy/Realization/ Kindness/ Love). The energy now solidifies and manifests in established reality. The Minor Four Arcana are associated with the final decan of the “initiating” or cardinal signs, which will soon transition to the fixed signs of the zodiac and represents a desire to let go.

What are the characteristics of Number 4 in Tarot Cards?

Number Four (4) is a hard- worker, applying great effort and dedication in achieving its goal and then protecting them. Four also means to stand firm and remove stress and pressure from external forces.

Number Four (4) is also about building something what you already have. It initiates the feeling of being stable and secure, both within and without. Number Four (4) is a practical and rational number.

What is the meaning of Emperor Card in Tarot Cards?

The Emperor Card or Major Arcana (IV) is a fatherly figure. It denotes masculinity, authority and stability. The Emperor card provides protection, security, discipline and logic. He is forceful, blunt, and direct. Aries rules the Emperor card. It is a military figure who is very much in command.

What is the meaning of Death Card in Tarot Cards?

The Death Card of the Major Arcana represents end of something or Transformation. Death moves us from one level to another and marks a rite of passage. It represents the end of one cycle and the beginning of another. Scorpio rules the Death Card. It’s more likely to suggest a release or a change of form.

What is the meaning of Four of Wands in Tarot Cards?

Four of Wands denotes establishment, security, settling down, traditional ceremony and celebration. It is a firm foundation and enjoys the fruits of your labours. It shows that you’re arriving at a point of stability in your life.

What is the meaning of Four of Cups in Tarot Cards?

Four of Cups denotes boredom, dissatisfaction, displeasure, missing an opportunity. It is also shows a period of dissatisfaction, stagnation and discontent. You may feel unfulfilled, as if something essential was missing from your life. Four of Cups is telling you to relax a little.

What is the meaning of Four of Swords in Tarot Cards?

Four of Swords denotes solitude, retreat, rest and mental restoration. It is a break you’re your normal life. After a period of rest and relaxation, you will be able to begin anew with greater vigour and achieve your goals.

What is the meaning of Four of Pentacles in Tarot Cards?

The Four of Pentacles is a card about holding on to things, people, money or situations. In this you must look carefully at what you are clinging to and whether others are clinging to you in an unhealthy way.

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