Sunday, November 05, 2006


Hi paui

Life can be fair and just, and justice will be served if
logic, fairness and a sound sense of judgment prevails.

The Justice card, needless to say, often represents legal
issues or events; most traditional Tarot cards feature the
sword and scales. When this card appears in a reading
concerning legal affairs such as divorce proceedings,
alimony payments or any legal battle, it is normally a
positive sign that any ruling will be in your favor.

The card can also represent contracts and agreements so,
again, it can be a good omen for business deals and

It is a card that suggests you seek or give sound advice
based on cool logic and reason. In other words, it is best
not to allow unruly emotions to influence you in any
situation where legal issues are a concern.

In a situation where the Justice card is surrounded by
negative cards, it can mean that an injustice could be
experienced or that a legal ruling may go against you.
Tread carefully when such cards come up and certainly seek
wise counsel. It would be best not to make any hasty or
impulsive decisions when such a reading comes up.

In relation to business deals or proposals, negative cards
around the Justice card could mean you may be unsuccessful
in securing a deal or contract. Here too, it would be wise
to seek further advice and exercise caution.

However, there is a greater or deeper meaning to the
Justice card beyond its legal ramifications. It is deemed
a very karmic card, a card of adjustment and fairness at a
more spiritual level.

When it appears in your reading, it can mean that if you
have been the victim of ill will or misfortune, the wrong
will be put right and fate will turn in your favor. Issues
of honesty, integrity and idealism are paramount when this
card appears.

Love and Joy,

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