pisces season tarot spread

Pisces Season Tarot Spread

pisces season tarot spread

The dates for Pisces Season are 19 February-20 March. The illustrations for the Pisces energy cards below are from the Rider Waite Tarot (affiliate link)

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The Energy of Pisces Season

Pisces season ushers in a time of profound emotional depth and intuitive strength. This energy casts a dreamlike veil over our experiences. As the twelfth and final sign of the zodiac, it embodies the wisdom of all preceding signs, infusing this period with a sense of culmination and reflection. The numinous energy of Pisces encourages us to dive deep into our subconscious. It’s an energy that invites us to explore the boundless realms of our inner landscapes.

This is a season that beckons us to embrace our inner mystic, to listen more closely to our intuition, and to pay attention to the messages of our dreams. It’s a time when our emotional sensitivity becomes our compass, guiding us through life’s journey with a gentle yet persistent pull towards empathy, compassion, and universal love.

In astrology, Pisces, represented by the two fish swimming in opposite directions, signifies the duality of life and the balance between the material and spiritual worlds. Its mutable water nature makes this season one of adaptability and flow. It asks us to be fluid in our approach to the challenges and changes that life presents.

The energy of Pisces Season provides an opportunity for healing and letting go of what no longer serves us, making room for new growth as we prepare to transition into the bold initiation of Aries season that follows. Through Piscean waters, we learn the art of release, forgiveness, and the power that lies in surrender, crowning a cycle with the wisdom of completion and renewal.

Pisces Energy in the Tarot

We find the energy of Pisces in the following Tarot cards: The Moon, King of Cups, and the 8 of Cups (Saturn in Pisces), 9 of Cups (Jupiter in Pisces) and 10 of Cups (Mars in Pisces). In the breakdown below, we take a closer look at how each of these cards displays the energy of Pisces.

The Moon

The Moon corresponding with Pisces

Pisces is the dreamer of the Zodiac. The Moon card depicts a night scene with a full moon hanging in the sky, casting an ethereal light on the path ahead. This mysterious nocturnal landscape reflects the introspective and intuitive world of Pisces. The Moon’s association with the subconscious, the ebb and flow of emotions, and the realm of dreams resonate with the energy of Pisces. The Moon card is an invitation to delve into the unconscious, confront the unknown, and embrace the wisdom found within our dreams and intuition.

Moreover, the Moon card signifies a journey through uncertainty, reflecting the mutable nature of Pisces. Just as the moonlight can be both illuminating and deceiving Pisces energy embodies the dichotomy of insight and confusion. The Moon’s slight and ever-changing illumination necessitates the need for internal guidance. Pisces navigates life through a profound sense of inner knowing and feeling. This denotes the shared theme of using one’s innate emotional intelligence as a compass, encouraging trust in one’s inner guidance systems to travel through life’s murkiest waters.

Central to the symbology of both The Moon card and Pisces is duality. In the Tarot two pillars stand on either side of the path and in astrology two fish swim in opposite directions. In Tarot, the pillars signify the gateway to a deeper understanding, hinting at the choices and dual nature of reality—one must balance to progress. Correspondingly, the twin fish of Pisces represent the yin and yang, the spiritual and the material realms, and the continuous flux between the two. This shared symbolism underscores the theme of balance within duality.

The King of Cups

King of Cups Angelic Tarot Card Meanings

The King of Cups in the Tarot stands as a powerful embodiment of mature emotional intelligence and compassionate leadership. He displays all the traits that are characteristic of the Pisces archetype.

Emotional Depth and Compassion

The King of Cups has a profound depth of emotion and understanding. This aligns seamlessly with the empathic and caring nature of Pisces, a sign celebrated for its nurturing and often healing presence. Just like Pisces, the King navigates emotional waters with ease and grace, always ready to offer support and extend compassion to those around him.

Intuitive Insight

Pisces is intuitive and often has psychic abilities. The King of Cups embodies these traits, using his perceptive skills to gauge the environment and the emotions of others. His intuition guides his decision-making process.

Calm Amidst Chaos

Moreover, the King of Cups is a steady figure amidst tumultuous waters, unshaken by the emotional turbulence that may surround him. Pisces also possesses this quality of maintaining serenity within the storm.

Artistic and Creative Flair

Pisces is often associated with creativity and a love for the arts, stemming from their vivid imagination and dreamy nature. The King of Cups embodies this level of creativity, often serving as a patron of the arts or as an artist himself. His creativity is also evident in his problem-solving skills.

Wisdom and Sensitivity

Finally, this King signifies wisdom and a deep understanding of the human heart. He reflects Pisces’ sensitivity and kindness, often acting as a guiding figure who listens to others and provides wise counsel.

The 8 of Cups (Saturn in Pisces)

8 of Cups Saturn in Pisces Angelic Tarot Card Meanings Keywords and Correspondences

Pisces energy finds resonance in the 8 of Cups card which depicts a solitary figure walking away from a collection of cups. The card signifies a difficult but necessary transition. This act of leaving the familiar behind mirrors the Piscean journey towards transcendence and enlightenment. It highlights the sign’s affinity for diving deep into the waters of the subconscious to seek out profound truths. Relinquishing material or emotional attachments is not a loss in the world of Pisces/8 of Cups, but rather a step towards a more spiritually fulfilling existence.

The Saturn in Pisces astrological correspondence infuses the 8 of Cups with an additional layer of Piscean symbolism, reinforcing the themes of introspection and inner resolve. With Saturn’s disciplined influence, the journey portrayed by this card suggests a karmic passage shaped by self-reflection and personal accountability. This mirrors the Piscean’s capacity for self-sacrifice and the fortitude to navigate life’s more existential waters, seeking deeper meaning beyond the immediate sensory world. The Piscean penchant for solitary inner-directed growth shines forth in the 8 of Cups.

The 9 of Cups (Jupiter in Pisces)

9 of Cups Angelic Tarot Card Meanings

The 9 of Cups is a manifestation of the abundant emotional fulfilment and satisfaction that align with the generous spirit of Pisces. This card embodies the joy and gratification that come from realising dreams, reflecting the Piscean ideal of finding emotional wealth. The planet Jupiter, traditionally associated with luck and expansion, rules Pisces, and its influence is palpable in this card, infusing it with optimism and the promise of material and emotional generosity.

In the depiction of the 9 of Cups, a figure sits contentedly before a display of nine golden cups, his arms crossed in an almost self-congratulatory pose. This is a clear visual expression of satisfaction and accomplishment. The serene confidence exuded by the figure in the card mirrors the inner peace that Pisces seek and the fulfilment they feel when they contribute to the happiness of others.

The 10 of Cups (Mars in Pisces)

Mars in Pisces 10 of Cups Pisces Energy Cards

The 10 of Cups represents the culmination of emotional contentment and harmonious relationships. The card typically shows a harmonious scene of family and relationships, under a rainbow of cups. This is a perfect visual representation of the Piscean dream of unity and cosmic love. Pisces, as the last sign of the zodiac, signifies finality and culmination. This aligns with the 10 of Cups representing the completion of an emotional journey. It reflects a state of contentment and fulfilment that comes from a deep connection with others and with the world at large. The card reflects the intrinsic Piscean desire for interconnectedness, communion and universal harmony.

The symbology of the 10 of Cups echoes the compassionate and empathetic nature of Pisces. The 10 Cups in the card are filled to the brim with love and emotional wealth. It showcases the boundless and inclusive love that Pisces offers. This is a love that extends to family, community, and beyond. The Mars in Pisces correspondence directs emotional intensity towards the creation of a peaceful and loving environment. Thus, the 10 of Cups not only captures the essence of Piscean energy but also honours the sign’s capacity to infuse life with emotional depth, spiritual fulfilment, and the healing power of love.

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Pisces Season Tarot Spread

As we navigate through the often nebulous energy of Pisces Season, let this 5-card Tarot spread guide you to realising your dreams.

Pisces Season Tarot Spread

Pisces Season Sample Reading with the Margarete Petersen Tarot

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1 The Dreamer’s Path

What aspect of my life requires deeper intuitive understanding?

9 of Swords. My fears. Some of the fears I think are perfectly rational simply aren’t.

2 Compassionate Leadership

How can I lead with empathy and compassion?

Knight of Pentacles (Son of Coins). I can lead with empathy and compassion by providing practical solutions to everyday problems. I can also dig where I stand.

3 Transition and Letting Go

What must I release to move forward towards spiritual growth?

3 of Cups. My identity with being a mother and seeking to belong where I never did belong. I am entering the crone phase of my life and I need to find my sister crones. Until such a time I will continue as I am, more or less in hermit mode.

4 Satisfaction Realised

In what area of my life can I achieve emotional fulfilment?

8 of Cups. I can achieve emotional fulfilment only on a path centred around spiritual growth and devotion. This is something I have always been aware of. It resonates with my Pisces Moon, Mars and North Node.

5 Emotional Closeness

How can I foster deeper connections in my relationships?

The Moon. The second card from among the Pisces energy cards and another card that like the 9 of Swords addresses fear. I often choose not to foster deeper connections and this is the reason I have now chosen to work with Santa Muerte. I feel she is the one to take me deeper–through the fears. There is no other way.

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