Top 10 Scary Tarot Cards You Never Want To See

Top 10 Scary Tarot Cards You Never Want To See


HELLO and welcome back to the Most Amazing
channel on the internet. I am your host, Rebecca Felgate and today
we are talking about the Top 10 Scariest Tarot Cards you do not want to see. Fun fact, my friend Phoebe did my reading
for the year and three of the cards on this list cropped up for me – buttttI will say
before we launch into this that with tarots there are a number of different meanings that
could be interpreted from each and every card so if any of these are pulled for you, it
doesn’t necessarily have to be a bad thing. My question for the day is – Do you believe
in magic? Let me know in the comments section down below! While you are down there – thumbs up – share Lets just start with the one everyone is most
afraid of, shall we…. 10 – Death
Yeah, okay, the death tarot card is dramatic and it usually symbolizes something pretty
big, but it doesn’t actually necessarily depict literal death. Visually the death card is part of the major
arcana group and it is both visually and emotionally very striking and high energy – there are
a number of different decks out there but death is usually a skeleton or a card that
features a skeleton. Usually the skeleton is holding a scythe and
there is usually a petaled white rose. The death card can actually be a really good
sign. It symbolizes a major transition in your life
and often letting go of an old habit, situation or relationship that doesn’t serve you. For those who have already experienced upheaval,
death can be a good card to see as it implies the end of it… but the death card can also
suggest SUDDEN change, too. It can predict an imminent break up. It is very much a card of letting go and adjusting
to new behaviors. If you see it reversed it can be a bad sign
that you are resisting change. Some people are, like me, usually pleased
when they see death, but others fear the upheaval. Ladies and gentlemen we are at the first of
the swords … get used to them in the list as they are the suit of DRAMA… 9 9 – Nine of Swords
Urgh you don’t want the nine of swords in your reading, especially not as part of your
future. Just looking at the 9 of swords on most decks
is enough to make anyone feel pretty stressed. It usually depicts a person sitting with their
head in their hands on their bed as if they have just awoken from a truly terrible nightmare. On my Morgan Greer deck it is bound hands. The card tends to mean anxiety, negativity,
worry, fear and helplessness. This card can also be a bit of a self fulfilling
prophecy too, which is double the bad… worrying about something bad happening is almost as
bad as something bad happening! The nine of swords can be an isolating card
that suggests you need some help to deal with everything making you anxious. 8 – Five of Wands
This is a conflict card – seeing the five of wands very much suggests competition and
chaos as well as stalemate. The general depiction is of a group of men
locking rods in conflict but their no clear winner or loser. Reversed, the card means inner conflict and
indecision. This is a stressful card for sure, mainly
because it seems to suggest a stalemate. The good thing with this card is that its
basically telling you conflict isn’t the resolving answer…. It encourages you to give everyone air time
and work together. None the less, seeing this card is a clear
sign of deep frustration. 7 – Five of Pentacles
Oh dear. The five of pentacles is very much the card
of hard times. Nobody wants to fall on hard times, but this
card is likely suggesting you will….although the good news is that it is a minor arcana
, which means its only temporary. Still, seeing this card could indicate the
loss of a job, or loss of financial security. The imagery on the card is usually two impoverished
people clinging to one another in sadness and one of them is injured – some people
interpret this card as meaning a short sickness. The five of pentacles is a card of lacking
– you just don’t have enough. Reversed it can man – on the upside – an
end to hard times – or it can mean spiritual poverty – a feeling of dissatisfaction and
a negative and empty cycle. Bad times…. A card of bad times. 6 – Ten of Wands
Ah, the card of burden. The ten of wands is the card of toil and being
overwhelmed. Again it is only temporary but not a card
of happy times. Exhaustion, feeling burned out, being on the
brink… these are all emotions associated with the ten of wands. In the reverse position in can suggest emotional
trauma or carrying a dark secret. In most decks there is a person carrying the
pile of wands – the burden – and they’re facing away from us, meaning this is a weight
they’re carrying alone. Again, it’s almost over – so like… not
great… but not forever. A scary card to see… but all is not necessarily
what it seems… 5 – The Devil
I get it, you see the devil and it is worrying, it’s scary….. it’s my over ruling card
of the year apparently! To look out, the devil is a worry – he looks
pretty evil, he is sitting on a throne, he has horns, claws, wings, he has a man and
a woman chained up beneath him… the card can be worrying to religious people but really
what it is a warning card. The devil card can represent bad habits, bad
relationships, addictions, negative thought patterns. The devil is a card of short term pleasure
but long term suffering… it can also suggest unhealthy attachment, obsession. The good thing about seeing the devil card
is that it is a reminder that you have control – it is a reminder to address negative behavior
or address indulgence. It is a big energy but a warning sign. The devil reversed is asking you to level
up and become your best self. In ancient reads, this card fortold a death
at number four… Knight of Swords
In modern interpretations, the upright knight of swords can be all about perusing goals
but a warning not to be too rash. In older readings and predictive readings
the card represented war, ruin and the approach of death. There is a lot of mirror symbolism in the
Rider Waite Deck between the death card and the knight of swords card. In a love reading, the Knight of swords can
represent violence, anger and conflict which is really not what you want, either. Ooof….. get ready for some heartache at
number three 3 – Three of Swords
Eeesh. This is not a great card… looking at it
basically says it all, it is very ominous. The classic depiction is three swords through
a heart, but it can also be three ominous looking figures stabbing a heart or flower. The card traditionally means grief, sorrow,
heartbreak, hurt, emotional and physical wounds. This is not a good card. You don’t want to see this card. The only silver lining is the clouds in the
background – a suggestion that the emotional storm wont last and a reminder that every
clouds… and all that. Storms pass. This card is a signifier than you or someone
very very close to you will get very hurt very soon. The card is all about emotional release and
a reminder not to get lost in the storm and focus on the bigger picture. Worryingly the card can also represent a period
of painful mourning. Reversed the card is warning you not to hurt
others or encouraging you to move on. For me, this is probably the card I fear second
to most. Most you’ll find at number one, but in the
mean time… lets talk about this absolute menagerie of pain at number 2 2 – Ten of Swords
This card came up for me a lot last year and it makes sense…. I had a baaaad one. Sooo this one of the most visually stressful
tarot cards in all the decks! It tends to show a person being stabbed by
ten different swords and either dead on the ground or screaming in pain…. The card means a painful ending, physical
and emotional pain, some very deep wounds, loss, crisis. The card can signify a break up, a bad ending,
being fired, a friend betraying you. Nothing good. I say that, but actually tens signify the
completion of a cycle – so…..pain… but not forever….its a worse case scenario card,
but when its done, its done. The ten of swords invites you to accept it! Its kind of worse to see it reversed as it
suggests you are trying to avoid inevitable pain… maybe trying ti avoid a breakup. Reversed its kind of inviting you to rip the
band aid off. Band aid… ahh I’ve lived in North America
too long. Okay, finally at number one, the scariest
card of them all…. We have The Tower
Major Arcana, major energy…. The Tower is the biggie. So… pictatorially… lighting is striking
the tower…. It is on fire, Kings and Queens are losing
their crowns and falling verrrry hard into choppy tides. That tower is no longer safe…it is coming
DOWN…it is getting destroyed. So…yeah..tower….stressful. When this card appears, expect the unexpected… literally! It is a card of chaos, destruction, change
and upheaval. Traditionally it can mean divorce, death of
someone close to you, an event that shakes you to your core, something affecting who
you are, total destruction… it can even depict an actual natural disaster like an
earth quake…or sometimes it suggests an accident. This card suggests that everything you believe
to be true or trusted could be turned on its head. With an upright tower, change is external. With a reversed tower… change is internal
and reflects you calling into question you beliefs in a very serious way. It can also be a sign that you are resisting
change and necessary destruction…unlike the reversed ten of swords, this isn’t a
rip the band aid off sign, it’s a take a wrecking ball to it sign. Basically….when you see the tower….ohh
honey, boi, babe…brace yourself. The good thing though is that when the worst
happens, you can rebuild a fresh. If that’s any comfort. SO that was the Top 10 Scariest Tarot Cards
You DO NOT want to see… do you believe it? Do you read cards? Have you had your cards read? Let me know! Thumbs. Comments from Landons Top 10 Funniest Tweets part 8
– a lot of us popped up in it including myself and D dawg. AND THE TEAM FROM TOP 5 SCARY VIDEOS. THIS IS WHAT YOU HAD TO SAY. … OHH I AM JUST READING COMMENTS FROM OUR
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