Astrology and Tarot provide an interesting combination when it comes to gaining insight into the diverse personalities. Using the two methods of character analysis can help the astrologer divine a complete picture. Although not used frequently, combining these two methods is another means of exploring your ability as an astrologer to be open to all that is available.

Libra (September 23 – October 23)

A Libra focuses on justice and balance. This sign can indicate harmony, tolerance and diplomacy. Yet, Libra may also reveal an individual who is gullible, susceptible to flattery and very indecisive.  The Tarot card, Justice, represents both the positive and negative sides of Libra. A card symbolizing balance, integrity and justice, if inverted, it can reveal the lack of same. In fact, inverted Justice may be bigoted, intolerant and biased.astrologyzodiakwheel_by_lostknightkgd27xw60.jpg

Scorpio (October 24 – November 22)

Scorpios are in possession of high emotions and go through life full of purpose. Their imagination can run wild. This can lead to jealousy and suspicious behavior. This sign is characterized by determination and/or obstinacy. The Tarot card best suited to this sign is the Devil. This is a card with powerful emotions, stubbornness and jealousy. It indicates the ability to love or lust in equal proportions depending upon whether it is inverted or not.

Sagittarius (November 23 – December 21)

The sign of Sagittarius is one of optimism, open mindedness and adaptability. It indicates sincerity and dependability as well as a high degree of scrupulousness. At their worst, Sagittarians overreact. They may be careless, tactless and capricious. The Tarot card best suited to Sagittarians is the Chariot. It is one that symbolizes tact except when inverted, as well as adaptability and power.

Capricorn (December 22 – January 20)

When it comes to reliability and determination, Capricorn has it all. This individual is determined and ambitious. He or she has a sense of humor. Other characteristics include patience, self-discipline and prudence. Yet, these individuals may also be pessimistic, conventional and mean.

The comparable Tarot card is the Emperor. This is a card with quiet power, a sense of what is right, sincerity and dependability. Inverted it has similar qualities to those of the worse nature of a Sagittarian.

Aquarius (January 21 – February 18)

Aquarians are said to be independent, intellectuals. They are progressive in thought and are known for being original, creative, loyal and idealistic. They can also be unpredictable, eccentric, rebellious, tactless and contrary. In this fashion, they resemble the characteristics symbolized by the Wheel of Fortune in the Tarot deck. Everything has its ups-and-downs. You will reap what you sow.

Pisces (February 19 – March 20)

To be a Pisces is to be humble, compassionate, sympathetic and sensitive. You understand when to be adaptable. In certain instances, this results in confusion and indecisiveness. You may be unworldly and intuitive, but you could also be dreary and vague. For this sign, consider using the Star. This card is one of insight, compassion, sympathy and intuition. Yet, it is also one of doubt, pessimism and vague instruction.


It is possible to obtain insight into a person’s nature by combining the skills of Tarot and Astrology. While not often employed, this combination can help you as an astrologist. It may clarify or expand upon the nature of a specific chart for an individual.

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