Description: The sun shows a child who has no clothes on because it has nothing to hide and who knights in his simplicity and innocence on a white horse. The child holds the red banner of intuition and action in his left hand. The banner can also point to freedom from darkness, just as the sun sets the world free every night.
The glorious sun represents the vitality and boundless energy of our interiors, waiting to be used and expressed. The sun’s rays are both straight and curved, symbolizing that there are both negative and positive aspects of relating.
The sun can – depending on where and when you are exposed to it – seem warm, light giving and welcome or too hot, burning and drying. The sun symbolizes. that our basic nature is unfolding and that you can bathe in your trump and joy.
Interpretation: The card symbolizes cheerfulness and progress. There are joy and bright prospects ahead. The card also gives a clue to freedom and imagination. Now is your wild ideas to try. The whole world is ready, just jump out! It’s time to take a look at the different relationships you have in your life in terms of collaboration, partner, work community and remove yourself from those who suck, drain or are uninspiring.
You need people or situations with the same solar energy instead of having to act as solar, inspiration, life force for people who have lost their own and expect you to provide one. Enjoy and believe in the abundance and your success in life. Don’t stop at an obstacle, find your way to the top. Assemble the “puzzle” into a whole.
What will characterize your condition during this time is lots of energy, optimism, clarity and vision. Use these to create your vision – even if you do it in the dark, in environments that seem bleak. So now is a good time for action. Use the positive energies to plan for the future. Ideas will emerge clear to you and you will be aware of your inherent nature and what you want. Discover the child in yourself, the ease, the innocence, the purity and the gratitude.
You may also be happy to have gained a special insight and wisdom – share it with others! The negative aspect of the card may be a tendency towards a lack of sensitivity and an overly arrogant attitude.
Keywords: Other words that describe the Sun are: Confidence, positive energies, strength, good health, positive attitude, peace of mind, union, travel, freedom, celebration, light, fulfilled love relationship, enthusiasm and enjoyment.
Prediction: Your energy and joy of life will bring you wind in the sails, you are on track to reach the top of your goals and can expect success with all types of projects. You can ask the Divine for help in overcoming the last obstacle. You have achieved joy and peace with yourself on the basis of a spiritual / spiritual insight. Everything is good.
Number: The number of the card is nineteen, nine and one becomes ten, the number for attainment and completion, which in turn can be separated into zero and one, the number for will and self-affirmation.
Astrology: The card is linked to the planet Sun with qualities such as life force and initiator.
Affirmation: I am in harmony with the divine light that fills and guides me.
The Universal Principle: The Sun represents the universal principle of collaboration, work community, and partnership.
Above are four very different versions of The Sun.
Cary-Yale Visconti tarot cards from around the 1420s are mainly designed to be beautiful and shows friends and family. The beautiful old Italian tarot set also has its emphasis on the artistic expression. Marseille tarot cards are simple as they were made so they are suitable for wood printing.
Oswald Wirth diminishes the Christian symbols and instead draws inspiration from the occult, through writings especially by Éliphas Lévi. The occult came from here on to influence how tarot cards were illustrated. Most famous is the Rider-Waite tarot card with lots of symbolism from Egypt, the Jewish Kabbalah, astrology, alchemy and Freemasonry. When you thus interpret The Sun you have different options. It is advisable to start with the illustrations we have from Rider-Waite as they contain a lot of information in their imagery.