Pithy Tarot meanings — The Chariot
NOTE: Let me explain this a little. The Chariot card is at the end of the first group of seven cards in the Major Arcana. (Not counting the Fool, which is numbered 0 and considered somewhat separate, the other 21 Majors can be considered to be three groups of seven cards.) This first set of seven cards may be seen as dealing with the mundane world, and the next two groups ascend toward a higher order. For example, the Charioteer wants to “divide and conquer” while our true Spiritual goal, as we see in the World card, is to unify and belong. (Yes, this is a very simple explanation. For a much deeper one, see Seventy-Eight Degrees of Wisdom by Rachel Pollack.) With this in mind, the pithy Tarot meaning given above does not mean that conquest is easy. Instead, it means that it’s the goal of the lowest level of spiritual maturity.
Pithy Tarot card meanings are short, easy to remember meanings, and they will even stimulate further insights when called to mind during a reading. In addition, they can be fun.