Deck: The Witches Tarot
Spread: Card of the Day
Date: Thu Apr 09 08:34:10 EDT 2015
XIX • The Sun (Upright)
A young blond boy is riding a white horse through a field of gorgeous sunflowers. Above him, in a summer blue sky, white clouds are illuminated by the brilliant sun that radiates down. It is the height of the growing season and a day of power: the summer solstice. The little boy portrayed in the card is sweet, smiling, happy, and having an adventure. He embodies excitement, enthusiasm, and joy. If you listen carefully, you will hear him call you to come join him on his adventure. He is the divine sun child.
Sunflowers naturally turn to face the sun during the day, and in the language of flowers the sunflower symbolizes fame, success, and esteem. The white horse stands for movement and progress. In many mythologies a white horse represents the dawn, life, light, and illumination. Also, white horses are linked to magick and the Faery realms. The white horse, the blond child, and the sunflowers are all recognized as classic solar symbols. This happy Major Arcana card is also associated with personal power and the celebration of the equinoxes and the solstices.
This is one of the most fortuitous cards in the tarot deck. The Sun is a card of good omens, good luck, achievement, creativity, and breakthroughs. Dance under the light of the sun and work some solar magick. Success is yours; expect happier times, good health, energy, and vitality. Spiritual wholeness has been achieved. You will enjoy good times with dear friends, and magickal events and celebrations are coming your way. Personal power is at its peak. Focus that charisma and see where it takes you. Things are working in your favor, so hang on tight and enjoy the ride!
Keywords: Achievement, personal power, good times, happy events. Friendship, vitality, joy, enthusiasm. Fame, growth, success, happiness. Solar magick. The solstices and the equinoxes.
Deity Associations: The Sun Child, Apollo, Brigid, Helios, Sunna.
Astrological Association: Sun.
Reversed: Needing to come back to reality. Competition. The demands of being in the public eye.