The Hierophant Tarot card is a reference to a master and the process of learning practical lessons from the study of natural law. This energy of this card indicates an source or agent that could reveal the secrets of life, the cycles of the Moon and the tides the links between human beings and the sky. Since monasteries were the only locations where one could learn to write and read during the Middle Ages, a Hierophant was the one to whom students could petition for entry. He was the one who determine the course of study for the neophyte’s course of study.
Often pictured with the right hand raised in a gesture of blessing, the Hierophant is associated with the ancient lineage of Melchezidek the initiator of the Hebrew priestly tradition, and the person who passed on the teachings. Shamans from every tradition use this archetype. If it is revealed that Hierophant card has been reversed it may be an indication that you have brought an unneeded episode of rebellion against traditional values, long-held ideals, and spiritual beliefs that are a part of to your family. Be aware that without the constant influence of the tradition passed down from generation to generation There would not be a steady support system in which you can be able to resist.
Get a sense of whether you’re biting your hand that is feeding you. Be cautious not to harm your connection to your relationship to Great Mystery. The Hierophant advises that you return to the job of a diligent learner. Find out everything possible about the chosen field. Let that knowledge become a part of you, and an operative influence on your day-to-day awareness. This way you will slowly but steadily establish real credibility in your chosen field or subject. Earn respect and recognition through completing your studies and broadening your expertise. If you have the experience you need, then rewrite your resume so others will be able to appreciate who you are and what you can bring to a scenario. Focus on your goal and remain focused. You might be the one to be a master in your field.