Wheel of Fortune

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Wheel of Fortune Tarot card

The Traditional meaning of Wheel of Fortune tarot card is Destiny. Wheel of Fortune denotes expansion and a change for the better.

Learn more about Wheel of Fortune tarot card meanings here. 

Wheel of Fortune in the Grand Tableau

Wheel of Fortune in Fool position: New direction, new destiny. Beginners luck.

Wheel of Fortune in Magician position: Destiny in sales, media, getting noticed for one’s talents.

Wheel of Fortune in High Priestess position: Creating history. A famous woman.

Wheel of Fortune in Empress position: A destined pregnancy. An heiress. A very attractive person.

Wheel of Fortune in Emperor position: Destined to be self-employed. Destined to rule.

Wheel of Fortune in Hierophant position: A prestigious school or institution.

Wheel of Fortune in Lovers position: Soul Mates. Strong sense of destiny in a relationship.

Wheel of Fortune in Chariot position: Destined to travel.

Wheel of Fortune in Strength: Public recognition. An Award.

Wheel of Fortune in Hermit: Destined to teach.

Wheel of Fortune in Wheel of Fortune: Extreme luck. A big Win. Hitting the Jackpot.

Wheel of Fortune in Justice: Your divine timing. Luck in legal affairs.

Wheel of Fortune in Hanged Man: A fortunate break. A lucky innovation.

Wheel of Fortune in Death: An inheritance.

Wheel of Fortune in Temperance: Long term fortune, fortune in a far away place. Education.

Wheel of Fortune in Devil: A fortunate business deal.

Wheel of Fortune in Tower: Excelling in a competitive environment.

Wheel of Fortune in Star: Fame.

Wheel of Fortune in Moon: Affiliated system.

Wheel of Fortune in Sun: A child. Fortune found in a sunny location.

Wheel of Fortune in Judgement: Successful artist, renewal.

Wheel of Fortune in World: Graduating. Achieving a goal.

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  1. Andrew October 3, 2017 at 3:28 pm

    Hi Inger, what does (1) Two of Swords (2) Ace of Cups (3) The Wheel of Fortune combination says about a potential relationship? (3) The Wheel of Fortune is the Outcome. Thanks Inger


  2. Inger Bråthen October 8, 2017 at 1:25 pm

    Hi. This card combination can mean there is a strong karmic connection between you and you will learn a valuable lesson from each other. When I see a 2 (2 of swords) with a cup card (ace of cups), I always look for a court card as well. A court card with cups and 2s align up and a relationship is very likely. Since no court cards showed up it can mean there is a bit of a delay before a relationship develop. Wheel of fortune means there will be some ups and downs and a lot of lessons will be learnt before you will make the decision to move forward together in a committed relationship. The advice of the cards is this: Be present in the other person’s life and make sure you spend quality time together.

  3. Andrew October 8, 2017 at 10:54 pm

    Hi Inger, sorry I only showed you the last 3 cards, the outcome 🙁 I thought the first few cards were not as important, now that you mentioned, I suppose they’re all linked and have influence on the nature of the outcome. the actual layout is as follows:

    (1) Ace of Swords
    (2) The Magician
    (3) The Emperor
    (4) Six of Cups
    (5) Two of Swords
    (6) Ace of Cups
    (7) Outcome – The Wheel of Fortune

    The Emperor & Magician is present, I suppose they will help? What do you suggest? will it be like some ups & downs followed by strong commitment? I hope marriage..

  4. Inger Bråthen October 10, 2017 at 7:45 pm

    Hi. Andrew. What spread did you use in this reading?

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