The Meaning of absent tarot cards

Absent tarot cards in your reading can tell you heaps, some times even more than the tarot cards that are present. Here is a tutorial on how to read with absent tarot cards.

Tarot is a system that can be divided into groups. If there is a lack of tarot cards from a group it adds meaning to the reading.

A lack of Major Arcana cards in a reading is a lack of flow. You might feel like you have to work hard for everything you have.

A lack of Minor Arcana cards in a reading is a lack of control. You might feel like you have little influence in your life.

A lack of Pentacles in a reading is a lack of security. There might be a lack of money/possessions/health.

A lack of Swords in a reading is a lack of mental stimulation. They say if you are the smartest person in the room you are in the wrong room.

A lack of Cups in a reading is a lack of emotional connection. You might have to learn to love your life more. Do things that satisfy you emotionally.

A lack of Wands in a reading is a lack of spirit. When there is a lack of spirit there is a lack of excitement. Do the things that make you tick.

A lack of Court cards in a reading is a lack of people who you care about. Call on your soul family to enter into your life.

Lack of Court Cards

Let’s take a closer look at what it means when there is a lack of court cards in your readings.

A lack of pages denotes a lack of communication.

A lack of knights denotes a lack of changes.

A lack of queens denotes a lack of intuition.

A lack of kings denotes a lack of success.

Cards that are absent over time

When you read for yourself you might notice that some cards always show up and some cards hardly ever show up.

For example, a lack of Kings in a reading can mean a lack of leadership and achievement. A lack of Queens can mean a lack of intuition. A lack of Knights in a reading can denote a lack of change. A lack of Pages in a reading can denote a lack of learning.

Choose your lessons in life and choose wisely

Choose a Major Arcana card that excites you and that will have a positive effect on your life. Choose a card that is often absent when you read for yourself. Pull it out. Find out why you chose that card and what lesson you want to learn from it. Remember to only choose positive lessons that will enrich your life, for example, the Sun will teach you to be joyful. Being joyful is a very important lesson because we can not be masters until we know how to have joy.