Yes no Tarot card meanings
Another way to do a yes no Tarot reading is more complicated. Here you will assign the meanings to each card in the deck and decide on the answer based on those meanings. Every reader defines the meanings of the yes or no cards on their own, because the most important part is to be able to identify the meanings right when drawing the cards. When you are just starting out with yes no Tarot readings, you might want to know which cards typically signify a positive and which a negative outcome.
Cards with the meaning “yes”:
The Sun, the Star, the Wheel of Fortune, the Fool, the Lovers, the Chariot, the Magician, the Strength, the Empress, the World, the Temperance, the Judgement, all Aces, all Pages, then all cards in the suits of wands (besides Five, Seven, and Ten), cups (except for Four, Five, Seven, and Eight), and pentacles (just not Two, Four, Five, and Seven).
Cards with the meaning “no”:
The Tower, the Death, the Moon, the Devil, Five, Seven, and Ten of wands, Five and Eight of cups, Three, Five, Seven, Eight, Nine, and Ten of swords, and Four and Five of pentacles.
Rest of the cards
Then, what about the rest of the cards in a deck? Well, when you are doing a yes no Tarot reading, there is also such an answer as “maybe,” and here are the cards that can signal to it: the Emperor, the Hermit, the High Priestess, the Justice, the Hierophant, the Hanged Man, Four and Seven of cups, Two, Four, Six, Queen, and King of swords, and Two and Seven of pentacles.
Seeing all these meanings, you might find it like a lot to learn, but with time, once you get used to your deck, you will know these meanings like the back of your hand. You can also create new meanings to suit your reading style – it is all in your hands.