For a single querent, the appearance of this card indicates that you have a world of opportunity in front of you. There’s a great bounty to explore and any past situations that one has been harboring will quickly fall into the archives of history long past.

There’s so many people out there to meet, there’s no better time to reach out and say hello.


For a couple, this card often portends opportunity to travel and make wonderful memories together. If you have been in a bit of a rut, take the time to plan excursions to places that you have on your bucket list.

There’s no better omen in a relationship than wanting to make plans for the future.

Career & Money

When the world is your oyster, it quite often leads to finding pearls! This omen indicates the preparation, effort and provision you have put into your work is in due course to pay off. Don’t get frustrated and distracted at this time, find the fortitude to stay patient and continue what you are currently doing.

Important things have been set in motion, soon you will see them on the horizon.

As a person

The first thing you will notice about The World is they have a true renaissance mind. They’ll happily chat away about economics, geopolitics, books, au courant fashion and they’ll probably have the ability to do it in multiple languages at ease. They may live a nomadic lifestyle and be a globetrotter of sorts, they can be at home anywhere at all.

It is highly likely they will have a broad range of friends from every walk of life ranging from the very rich to the very poor.


The Sun is an excellent talisman to invoke:

  • a world of opportunity
  • trust in the process
  • travel opportunities
  • an extrovert personality
  • a renaissance mind
  • patience whilst waiting for results


The number 21 is often associated with reflecting on what came before. Each situation we find ourselves in has been created by previous events, it’s beneficial to analyse what actions have lead us to where we currently stand.

Development comes from understanding how situations have evolved and how we can efficiently reuse that knowledge in the future.


  • The Fool
    For a fool to be let loose.
  • The Magician
    To be the one that pulls the puppet strings.
  • The High Priestess
    To seek solitude from daily life.
  • The Empress
    To be in position of a great bounty.
  • The Emperor
    To be king of the world.
  • The Hierophant
    Diplomacy and bureaucracy.
  • The Lovers
    A partnership that lets you conquer anything.
  • The Chariot
    For the world to move on without you.
  • Strength
    To carry the weight of the world on your shoulders.
  • The Hermit
    To consciously step away from the status quo.
  • The Wheel of Fortune
    A change of fortune that turns your world upside down.
  • Justice
    To be a force for good, an activist.
  • The Hanged Man
    To be in limbo due to outside factors.
  • Death
    To be affected by radical change that upsets your world.
  • Temperance
    To work within an ecosystem, give and take.
  • The Devil
    To be influenced by greed and pride, to want the world and then sum.
  • The Tower
    A change in executive power.
  • The Star
    To find oneself in the right place at the right time.
  • The Moon
    To be worlds apart but have a mutual understanding.
  • The Sun
    An influence that allows bountiful growth.
  • Judgement
    Phase completion, to surmise what has been achieved.