0 The Fool Tarot Card Meaning within the THOTH Tarot
Do what thou wilt shall be the whole of the Law.
One thing is always clear when the fool is drawn and that is your normal every day routine is about to be broken and your life is about to change. The Fool tarot card represents new beginnings. These new beginning can be anything from a new job, to a new relationship, or spiritual awaking. The Fool warns against being too careless and encourages the questioner to take an active role in their own life. Pursue this new phase of life with an open mind and optimism and put effort into making it what you want it to be.
In a person’s professional or financial life, The Fool can be viewed as either a curse or a great opportunity. Chances are they are starting a new career or they are feeling like they are at the bottom of the totem pole in their current position. If the questioner is in between jobs or is feeling insecure about their current situation, they should look upon this as an excuse to explore their options. Right now opportunities are abundant and they could use this time to do some freelance work, start their own business, or find their dream job.
If the question deals with spirituality, it is very likely that the questioner feels as if they have just awoken from the matrix. They have been given a glimpse of universal truths and this has motivated them to dive deeper into the rabbit hole to explore the nature of the universe.
It is the nature of the Fool to be a bit naive. Do not turn your back on good advice if there is someone who can help guide you through this situation. It may be a good idea to soak up the wisdom of someone more experienced than yourself.
Writing a definition for the THOTH deck tarot cards simply for the purpose of divination is almost doing an injustice to the complexity of its symbolism. However, it is only practical to want a concise summary of each tarot card meaning for Divination purposes. See: Tarot Card Meaning: How to Interpret Aleister Crowley tarot Cards
Love is the law, love under will.