Tarot for the 21st Century!
The traditional meaning for the Justice card is the idea that justice will always be done. That means that it might not go your way all the time but it will always balance out to be fair for all. The Rider/Waite/Smith Justice card shows a woman sitting between two pillars. She is wearing a crown with a square stone, holding a sword upright in her right hand and balanced scales in her left hand. Her robe, her foot peeking out from beneath it, and the square stone at her throat all have symbolic significance. When Expanding Dimensions began to discuss this card, the modern representation was obvious although it is an ancient principle. We called it Karma. Today’s Journey Tarot Key 11 shows a man and a woman engaged in the “dance of life”. They are polar opposites of each other, illuminated by the symbol of yin and yang. In fact their body positions mimic this pattern as well. They represent the complimentary aspects of the law of balance throughout the Universe – cause and effect. They not only compliment each other, they support one another. One cannot exist without the other. What does all this mean? It means that everything balances eventually. This is an absolute.