The Vampire Tarot of the Eternal Night

August 3, 2017 | Author: Garry VanPool | Category: Tarot, Happiness & Self-Help, Philosophical Science, Science, Religion And Belief
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The Vampire Tarot of the Eternal Night

This document is a quick reference guide for both traditional and non-traditional Tarot Cards. This reference is not intended to all inclusive, but is intended to provide a general guide for the beginning Tarot Card reader. This summary was compiled from several books, papers, documents and online resources. The descriptions and images contained in this document make reference to the traditional Major and Minor Arcana Tarot cards contained in two non-conventional decks represented by a “Vampire” theme. The images in this document are represented by the cards from “The Vampire Tarot of the Eternal Night”, by David Corsi. Compiled by: Garry C. VanPool Revised: 12-20-2009

Tarot Card Chart: Tarot Suit Wands Swords Coins Cups

Vampire Suit Wands Swords Pentacles Chalices

Element Fire Air Earth Water

Action Offensive Offensive Defensive Defensive

Function Feelings Thinking Sensation Intuition

The Major Arcana No 0 – The Fool (Chaos)

No 1 - The Magician (Free Will):

No 2 – The High Priestess (Unconscious)

Curiosity urges you toward a new path or a new adventure. Nothing can contain your free spirit. The Fool may also offer some protection but you must be aware of pitfalls that lie ahead.

You are the “Master” of your own destiny. Use your resources wisely. The Magician may represent a person who is a smooth talker of a trickster.

Heed your inner voice and look within yourself to find the answers that you seek. Represents the keeper of secrets and mysteries. Pay attention to your inner intuition, hunches and dreams.

No 4 - The Emperor (Solidity)

No 5 – The Hierophant (Master)

No 6 - The Lovers (Revelation):

No 7 - The Chariot (Liberation)

New knowledge may bring a new perspective to your illusions, presenting a reality that is much different from the one you imagined. The Lovers represent Love and Relationships.

This card urges you to free yourself from the conditions that imprison your very nature. The Wagon may represent an unexpected package or a visitor or a possible retreat.

The Emperor is a powerful and influential person who is a born leader, a person of authority, responsible and wise. The Emperor is not someone who can be dismissed easily.

Follow the path of righteousness and sincerity. You will always be an example and a guide for those around you. This card may represent a devotion to a path of spiritual development.

No 3 – The Empress (Intellect)

You are gifted with an acute and active mind. Exploit these qualities through study or creative activities. Intellect may provide the proper platform to start a new project.

No 8 – Justice (Self Control):

You are aiming at an idea of perfection that is difficult to reach. Justice also may represent a final reckoning or the determination to fight evil or set things straight. No 12- The Hanged Man (New Vision)

The Hanged Man represents a mental disturbance, hunger and restraint. He may represent someone who is not to be trusted. A possible traitor in your midst.

No 9 - The Hermit (Quest):

The Hermit represents the time necessary to reflect on what your desires and true aspirations are. The Hermit represents the need for meditation or simply the desire to be alone. No 13- Death (Resolve):

Death represents the end of something and the beginning of something new. A transformation.

No 10- Wheel of Fortune (Eternity)

The end of a cycle corresponds to the beginning of a new cycle in eternal growth. Good and evil are on two sides of the same coin. This card can represent good luck and is generally a positive card. No 14- Temperance (Balance):

Temperance represents harmony, balance, moderation and beauty. The card of temperance tells us to exercise moderation with in all of your actions.

No 11 – Strength (Rigor):

Now is not the time to act without thought. Mitigate your instinct with common sense. The greatest power is the power of nature. Strength from within must always is measured. No 15- The Devil (Dark side):

The Devil represents an unconscious force that will enslave us to addictions, prejudices and dark passions.

No 16- The Tower (Warning):

No 17- The Star (Protection):

The Tower represents a shattering of illusions, a rude awakening or a sudden change of circumstance. Be aware of your limitations.

The Star represents an ascent to a higher state (materialistic or spiritual). It may represent being taken over by another’s viewpoint. The Star card is affectionately called the wish card

No 20- Judgment (Rebirth):

No 21- The World (Good Fortune):

Judgment represents a judgment, a renewal, or an awakening. Judgment may also represent the recalling the past or coming out of a state of rest.

The World often signifies that the cycle is complete or the successful completion of the matter in hand. The journey ends and a new one begins.

No 18- The Moon (Shadow):

The Moon represents a time to rest and sleep but also a time to dream. The moon may represent an inner depression, though not often severe.

No 19- The Sun (Light):

The Sun represents dawn, illumination, creativity, clarity, logic, joy and the dispelling of illusions. It may refer to a bad situation that you will overcome.


Wands indicate the work place and the family setting of the querient. Wands represent actions, vitality, energy, travel, business ventures and the family setting. Ace Wands A beginning:

II (2) Wands Disharmony:

III (3) Wands New undertaking:

IV (4) Wands Rest:

A creative beginning, a new business venture, a profitable journey, an inheritance, a new career or a birth in the family.

Conflicts in the family or work place are inevitable. You must know how to adapt yourself to ongoing changes. A partnership that is yet to be fulfilled is drawn toward a common goal.

It is time to dare! Hesitation may suffocate enthusiasm. Slow down. May represent cooperation in business affairs, trade and commerce brought together by a good partnership.

You have just ended a very difficult phase of your life. Now you can relax and recharge your energies before starting again. Represents the potential for progress, renewal and new beginnings.

V (5) Wands A Challenge:

VI (6) Wands A Conquest:

VII (7) Wands Rivalry:

VIII (8) Wands Communications: .

With your gifts of courage and tenacity, you are capable of facing any challenge, competition, quarrel or obstacles.

You have won your battle in spite of many obstacles. Be proud of yourself. Helpful friends provide leadership during

Gossip about you may have negative effects. Defend your position. A fight or struggle that one may have to face soon.

Good news is coming and perhaps it is just what you were waiting for. Everything will happen quickly as your goals are near.

IX (9) Wands A Barrier:

X (10) Wands A Burden:

Knave of Wands Trusted Collaborator:

Knight of Wands The Watchman:

You feel threatened and are attempting to protect yourself by all possible means, but this may be a false alarm. Success is near, but the struggle has been hard.

Your work implies much effort and responsibility. Are you sure you want to do everything by yourself? This is a hard burden to carry.

A young but talented person may be of great help. Represents a new energy, a change, a person who is energetic or a message. The Knave may bring discord to you or the proceedings, so take care when dealing with “clever” types.

Someone as been observing you for some time with the intention of evaluating your preparedness. You may soon be put to the test. The Knight is someone who is adventurous, energetic, resourceful and cunning. He is immature, and may not follow through, so be cautious if you are trusting in this person.

Queen of Wands The Rival: Discover who is attempting to obstruct you with any means available. Act with prudence and try to anticipate their every move. The Queen of Wands usually represents a creative woman, with good business skills. She is successful and dynamic. Bear in mind that sometimes this person can be manipulative and self indulgent.

King of Wands A Patron: Enjoy the trust and protection of an important person who may facilitate your career. Often represents an older successful, confident, energetic person in business, religion or politics.


Swords indicate the intellect, language, communication and ideas, but also refer to conflict and all sorts of difficulties and challenges. They also represent desires for freedom and independence. Swords represent thoughts, words, communications and the mind. Ace Swords Willpower:

You need to make a quick and intelligent decision. Logic must prevail. Indicates new vigor or moving toward something good V (5) Swords Loss:

You have fought an extenuating battle against a ferocious adversary, but there were great losses on both sides.

II (2) Swords Attention:

Strength is born of your capacity to maintain self control. Every action you take without thinking can be waste of energy.

III (3) Swords Disenchantment:

Something or someone has hurt you deeply, shattering your certainties. There seems to be no remedy for this situation.

IV (4) Swords Isolation:

An event you have no control over forces you to take a pause. Take advantage of this time to rest and reorganize your ideas.

VI (6) Swords The Trip:

VII (7) Swords Oppression:

VIII (8) Swords Constraint:

You are leaving things behind and heading into the unknown, which brings doubts and fears. The situation must be balanced.

Represents a thief, and intruder or someone who is dishonest and covert. Represents deceit and slander. Guard your secrets well and take care of what you say.

A period of sacrifice, solitude or the feeling of being entrapped by the past. It may also be a self imposed condition or fears of what others think about you.

IX (9) Swords Theft:

X (10) Swords Affliction:

Stay alert, because someone is plotting against you in the shadows. Deception and betrayal are around the corner.

You are giving up on a dream that you have pursued for a long time, and with it, and important part of your life. Represents a betrayal by someone close.

Queen of Swords A Volatile Woman: You are dealing with an energetic and determined woman. Nothing can stop her from getting what she wants. She is unbending and severe and will not tolerate weaknesses. The Queen of Swords may represent the questioner. Usually a woman, intelligent, educated, articulate and independent who may become spiteful, opinionate and bitter, so beware.

Knave of Swords An Assistant:

Do not underestimate the potential of a colleague who is not an expert, but is able to learn rapidly by hard work and dedication.

Knight of Swords The Paladin:

In difficult moments, you can always count on the support of a friend who has proven to be a staunch ally. May represent someone who is quick witted, but often rushes into a situation.

King of Swords The Commander: Often a mature man, intelligent, well read and a good communicator. Under his guidance you will have the opportunity to attain important objectives to your ventures. This person may use his communication skills as a weapon against you, in order to justify his objectives. This person may represent a judge, powerful commander, a firm

Pentacles (Coins)

Pentacles represent wealth, contracts, profits and materialism in general. They indicate the ties between people and things, places, objects and more generally, with daily living. Pentacles represent the materialistic, practical, conservative and grounding aspects of life. Ace Pentacles A good Omen:

What you desire will come true and things will work out for the best. Initial rewards from financial venture or initial actions. Rewards at this stage may be small.

II (2) Pentacles A Choice:

It may be necessary to take a position on an issue that needs to be resolved. It is best not to hesitate. You must prioritize your spending and balance your finances.

V (5) Pentacles Discomfort:

VI (6) Pentacles Equilibrium:

You may feel along and unloved, and you may feel oppressed by difficulties. May represent a down turn in living style.

Gifts received must be reciprocated. Don’t take advantage of the generosity of others.

III (3) Pentacles Innocence:

IV (4) Pentacles Stability:

Too much trust in those around you makes you vulnerable. Someone may profit from your hard work. Success will come from expertise and professionalism.

You fear losing the things that you have accumulated and seek to avoid risks that could cause harm. Your frugality may transform itself into greed.

VII (7) Pentacles Patience:

VIII (8) Pentacles Learning:

A project grows and develops slowly. To obtain the best results, it is advisable not to make haste but be patient.

You are about to learn new skills or undertake something new. Your success depends on your commitment. May be repetitive work.

IX (9) Pentacles Prudence:

A difficult situation requires extreme caution. Weigh each option carefully and leave nothing to chance. May represent the end to a current venture and that a steady level of earnings have been reached. Rest, enjoy and reap the benefits of your efforts.

X (10) Pentacles Wealth:

This is a prosperous period for positive financial results and increasing your capital wealth. Business deals are advantageous and good fortune is smiling upon you, your family and business.

Queen of Pentacles A Career Woman: Represents a realistic, capable and determined woman who represents authority or may be a person that is a mature mother figure. Sometimes, this can represent the actual questioner. Usually represents a generous family woman who has money to spend and security. On a negative note, the Queen of Pentacles may be obsessed with material wealth and she may fear feelings

Knave of Pentacles A Friend:

Knight of Pentacles The Profiteer:

A serious and reliable person is offering you help with a delicate matter. Usually represents a younger woman/girl or immature adult that is earthy, practical and possibly overweight. A future enterprise could bring future wealth but take extreme care.

Trust your intuitions concerning a business partner who will be useful. Represents a quick and purposeful man, a person who is dependable and practical or may represent a material development that could bring further similar projects or success.

King of Pentacles A Professional: The tenacity of this man has determined his destiny and represents a person of power or a father figure. He demonstrates competence in his job and transmits security to those around him. Often he is a man of finance, sometimes through business, but often he comes from Old Money.

Chalices (Cups)

Chalices refer to the emotional and spiritual aspect of life and indicate love in all its possible forms. They represent desires, hopes, joys and displeasures and all the emotional aspects of a person. Chalices also unveil the secrets of the subconscious, bringing to light eventual fears, blocks and conditioning. Ace of Chalices A Party:

II (2) Chalices A Happy Union:

III (3) Chalices Happiness:

IV (4) Chalices Fulfillment:

The family unites to toast you at a happy event. This is the beginning of a joyful event. Beginning of love, joy, beauty or good health

When the right people meet, profound and lasting bonds are created. Represents happiness and harmony between two people or a new romance.

What you have sown is now bearing fruit. Rejoice and be grateful for what you receive. Love, a happy conclusion or unknown talents are discovered

You have obtained the success you deserve and your worth has been recognized. You feel that you have finally reached your goal.

V (5) Chalices Unease:

VI (6) Chalices The Past:

VII (7) Chalices Ecstasy:

VIII (8) Chalices The Departure:

You lack the strength necessary to combat your fears. May represent sorrow, the loss of a loved one, or a failed relationship.

An encounter with a person from the past brings back feelings in you that you have never forgotten.

An intense passion overwhelms you unexpectedly and you feel you cannot resist. You want to abandon yourself to this passion.

You are leaving what is familiar to you to begin a new life elsewhere, but the move is difficult and painful. May represent an emotional risk.

IX (9) Chalices Well-Being:

X (10) Chalices Cooperation:

Knave of Chalices An Admirer:

It is the right time to grant yourself a pause and enjoy the pleasure life has to offer you. Full of happiness and wellbeing. A good times card.

Peace and calm prevails in your surrounding. People come together and collaborate in perfect harmony. The cycle of happiness is completed and now all is in harmony. A happy family life, true friendships and lasting happiness.

Someone demonstrates affection and devotion to you, but shyness prevents them from openly declaring their feelings. Knaves are younger females or immature adults. This card may represent someone who is sensitive, creative and lives life to the fullest.

Queen of Chalices The Opportunist: Be careful of those who may take advantage of your generosity for their own profit. Usually a Woman who is sensitive, intuitive and sympathetic and at times mystical. The Queen can negatively be too emotional, dishonest and may some times play the victim. May represent a good wife or loving mother.

Knight of Chalices The Guardian:

Only the one who loves you truly understand who you are. Nothing escapes his glance and his heart. A quick and purposeful man who bears a message. The Knight is someone who is romantic, intuitive, sensitive and intelligent.

King of Chalices The Mentor: Let yourself be guided by those who are capable of helping you in your personal growth. You will acquire useful teachings. Often represents an older man guided by his emotions. He is sensitive but can become quite jealous at times. May represent a business man, a man of law, kindness, a considerate person.

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