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  1. I think your descriptions are brilliant. I like many new tarot readers began reading reversals far too early. I have been studying and reading now for 7 years. Only now am I feeling at ease with uprights and able to express myself with ease and confidence. I’m still learning that each deck can mean cards read ever so slightly differently and I’m only just working out my style. No astrology link and mainly situations instead of people for Court cards. So I only now feel able to tackle reversals just wish I hadn’t thought I needed to do it all .

    • Thank you, Elise! ????

      I have experienced the same with my Tarot decks. They all have different personalities, so they answer questions in different ways for the same card. In fact, my Shadowscapes deck isn’t too fond of romantic questions since she likes to give advise rather than be a bestfriend.

      As for astrology, I had studied astrology for 5 years before I found Tarot, so I find it easy to make the connections. But I stick to the pictorial cues mostly…unless it’s the Death card. That one is full out Scorpio/phoenix for me.

      Best of luck on your journey with reversals. Take it easy and have fun with it. Believe me, reversals have an awesome sense of humor if you watch out for it. ????

  2. Syrena says:

    Bless you. This is so comprehensive and nuanced, and I love it. Thank you so much for sharing this with us!

  3. Roger says:

    Yes! Great article and nicely laid out in manageable bits. I’ve been fascinated by reversals but nervous of scrambling my brain with all the possibilities, but reading from an intuitive perspective I found that sometimes I was interpreting the uprights as reversals anyway. This post is v inspiring, Thanks…Rog

  4. Robin says:

    Thank you Beth for your fine and informative reversed cards article.It could not have come at a more appropriate time.Whilst doing a 3 card spread the other day,I draw the 9 of swords reversed.Not being able to understand reversed cards.I decided to look for information about them.Your article came just at the right time.In other words.the timing was spot.on.Many thanks to you.


  5. Diana says:

    This just blew my mind wide open. Thank you so much for this amazingly insightful approach!

  6. Good tips. I just read the cards’ meaning by using the Tarot dictionary or ask online support from Tarot experts. But, these meanings are very accurate. The most difficult part here is reading reversed cards. Hope that you can expand more information about this area!

  7. Whenever a reversal comes up for me I’m usually TERRIFIED, so thank you very much for sharing this outside-the-box way of looking at them as it made me feel a lot less anxious about seeing one in my spread!
    I’m a real n00b and I did try to follow instructions about starting small (Majors first, then Minors, and then both and only upright) but I kept feeling like I wasn’t doing it “right” so I just went all in…
    I’ve had a few “scary” spreads and if I’m honest, I’ve just quickly stepped lightly over them and tried to pretend they didn’t exist, so now I will have a look at my little notebook and have another go at interpreting them thanks to this new information.

    Much obliged,


  8. I found it really interesting when you talked about tarot card reversals and how they have both good and bad meanings to them, just like a regular upright card does. My sister and I are learning more about tarot together and are still figuring out the cards’ meanings and interactions with each other. Thank you for the information about how to read these cards by using the context of the upright card to shed light on the reversed one. That’s very helpful!

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