What Tarot Card Represents Pisces?
There are several Pisces tarot cards in the deck. The High Priestess and The Hanged Man are the two Major Arcana most commonly associated with Pisces. However, there are many other Pisces tarot cards.
Pisces Tarot Cards
Below, you’ll find the three Major Arcana tarot cards associated with Pisces.
The High Priestess
I think of The High Priestess as being mysterious. She reminds me of the Mona Lisa and the Sphinx. In my opinion, Pisces is the most intuitive sign and The High Priestess is all about using your own intuition, looking within instead of relying on external factors. It’s honoring your own wisdom.
The Hanged Man
This is another Major Arcana that is associated with Pisces. Sometimes, this card conveys a sense of being stuck, of “hanging out” while you decide what is the next move. The Hanged Man is also about perception. The figure on the card is upside down, suspended in the air, so she views the world a bit differently.
This is also a mysterious card. It’s associated with both Cancer and Pisces. The Moon is about things that are hidden just below the surface. It’s about our fears, our anxieties, secrets, and our shadow selves. I think of this card as like the basement or the attic, where you put something you don’t really want to deal with. Much like The Hanged Man, The Moon deals with perception. Sometimes, our fears loom large because we don’t pull them into the light and take a good, long look at them.
Suit of Cups
The Suit of Cups is associated with all of the water signs (Cancer, Scorpio, and Pisces). However, there are a few cards that represent Pisces specifically. This suit deals with emotions, relationships, and intuition. You can find out more about the tarot suits here.
Eight of Cups
The Eight of Cups represents emotionally disconnecting from someone or something. It’s walking away. I think of this card as being true to yourself, to your emotional needs and making your emotional health a priority. It’s a very Pisces thing to do.
Nine of Cups
This card is all about emotional satisfaction and joy. It’s having everything you need, right at your fingertips. This is also a self care card. It’s about treating yourself, indulging in something pleasurable like a dessert or a new outfit.
Ten of Cups
This is a happily ever after type of card card. When it comes to relationships, this card represents a commitment, settling down with someone. The Ten of Cups is emotional fulfillment and happiness. This card is also about following your heart, listening to your intuition. Being true to yourself will always lead to a happy outcome.
Page of Cups
This card represents innocence to me. It’s about our inner child. I think of this as a youthful, creative energy. Someone who is in tune with their emotions, their intuition, and their own creativity. In many depictions of the card, the figure is holding a cup with a fish inside (that represents Pisces).
King of Cups
The King of Cups is emotionally mature as well as emotionally available. This card is all about balance. The King of Cups can balance his intuition with his emotions. He handles difficult situations in a compassionate, balanced way. The King of Cups integrates all of the best Piscean qualities.
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