The High Priestess Card Meaning

The High Priestess Card Meaning

In Tarot, the High Priestess card represents sexuality, intrigue, and general higher authority. This card's primary symbols are blue, white, and black, pomegranates, an Isis moon crown. Other symbols include veil, solar cross, crescent moon, and pillars. The "B" stands for Boaz, which means denial and severity. The letter "J" stands for Jachin, which means "beginning" and "mercy." The scroll is written with the word "Tora," which could be a reference to the Jewish Torah or an anagram of Tarot, with the final letter hidden.

Upright Meaning

In a Tarot reading, the High Priestess card represents knowledge, wisdom, learning, instinct, purity, ethics, lack of patience, and an instructor. It may also imply that you will need to understand more before making a decision. You should also pay close heed to the signs that come to you in your dreams. Take nothing for granted.

Reverse Meaning

In a Tarot reading, the reversed High Priestess card represents ignorance, a lack of knowledge, selfishness, and shallowness. You could be neglecting natural instincts that you should be listening to. You may be in desperate need of a social or human connection. You may have been disregarding basic human desires for some time.

Love Meaning

In a Tarot love reading, the High Priestess card is highly sensual! If you're single, it could mean you're smitten with a seemingly impossible woman. It could also indicate that people are smitten with you! If you're in a relationship, it could signify that you're in for some incredibly sensual times!