Learn Tarot Positions - The Hierophant
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Tarot Meanings -The Hierophant
Rider Waite Tarot - The Hierophant
I am the hierophant; I am the head of my sect.
I am here to awaken your spiritual intellect.
Orthodox religion, personal beliefs,
These are the subjects of which I am chief.
Finding meaning to life here on earth:
Death, forgiveness, compassion and birth.
Meeting the Hierophant at number five
Finding the reason that you are alive.
The Hierophant at card number 5 is a traditional, religious man, he is faithful to his belief system, not open to new ideas. He is spiritual and looks to the inner meanings of events around him. This person demands respect, through age and wisdom.
Most books on tarot do not give you many tips on how to interpret the card in different positions. Here are some ideas on how to interpret "The Hierophant' in different positions using the traditional Celtic Cross spread.
Card number one, Present Position: the questioner is in a spiritual phase, questioning the meaning of life, learning from experience.
Card number two, Immediate Influence: the questioner is being influenced by someone who is deeply religious, traditional or spiritual
Card Number 3 - Goal or Destiny - The questioner is hoping to become more spiritual and focussed on the meaning of life or would like to become more religious.
Card number four, Distant Past Foundation: many years ago, the questioner was religious or traditional or was influenced by a strong person with traditional beliefs
Card number 5, Recent Past Events: the questioner has met someone who is traditional and religious or has recently adopted those values.
Card number 6, Future Influence: the questioner will become more spiritual, traditional or religious or meet someone who has those characteristics.
Card Number 7, The Questioner: the questioner has the characteristics of the hierophant.
Card Number 8, Environmental Factors: there is someone or something in the questioner's life who has the characteristics of the hierphant.
Card Number 9, Inner Emotions: the questioner wants to be more introspective and examine the meaning of life.
Card Number 10: Final Result: the hierophant in this position may mean that the questioner has succeeded in becoming more religious or spiritual.
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