When The Fool learned his culture lessons and learned how to make decisions correctly, he was considered an adult – a normal member of society. Like a teenager given a driver’s license, The Fool is ready to move on to the vast world ahead. Like first-time drivers driving down the road, he is inexperienced and focuses all his energy to control everything with his fingertips.
He may feel like he’s clumsy, but he’s obviously ready to move on. In the meantime, every step he takes is new as he mixes expectations – beliefs with what he brings together by personal experience. Will he thrive with his current macro vision or will that disappoint him?
Predictive meaning: time to control yourself and move forward. Nothing will happen unless someone really takes action. This situation may be new or feel like new or different from previous experience, creating a sense of anxiety or uncertainty.
Perfection at this time is not really necessary. Simply act, act first and then have something to prove later.
You have reins, pick them up and win. Even if you find that too weird, don’t worry. It is possible that your skills have not been verified, but the truth is that you have acquired all of them. Think of this as a driving test. Feel what it will be like and adjust accordingly when you drive.
If the lesson reverses, ask yourself: am I waiting for others to decide for me? Do I doubt my own abilities or choices? What skills do I need to be ready before I’m really ready?
The character in the card sat in a big screen printed with many patterns of 6-pointed stars. It represents the heavenly army in this Tarot card. The black and white sphinx statues have the same meaning. The Chariot character does not hold the reins, but only holds the wand that appeared in the Magician card.