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The Emperor Tarot Card Meaning

In general reading, the emperor card mostly represents a person, mostly a male who is an authority figure.

Construction of George Washington section of Mt. Rushmore Monument,   photo by Alfred Eisenstaedt, 1940

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The Emperor Meaning - Major Arcana Tarot Card Meanings

authority, structure, control, fatherhood | tyranny, rigidity, coldness

CRANACH, Lucas the Elder St Stephen of Hungary 1510-15 Oil and tempera on limewood, 101 x 30 cm Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg

CRANACH, Lucas the Elder St Stephen of Hungary 1510-15 Oil and tempera on limewood, 101 x 30 cm Germanisches Nationalmuseum, Nuremberg

Tsar Simeon the Great. Simeon was born in 864 or 865, as the 3rd son of Knyaz Boris I. As Boris was the ruler who Christianized Bulgaria, Simeon was a Christian all his life. Because his eldest brother Vladimir was heir to the throne, Boris intended Simeon to become a cleric, possibly Bulgarian archbishop, and sent him to the leading University of Constantinople to receive theological education when he was 13 or 14. He took the name Simeon as a novice in a monastery in Constantinople.

Tsar Simeon the Great. Simeon was born in 864 or 865, as the 3rd son of Knyaz Boris I. As Boris was the ruler who Christianized Bulgaria, Simeon was a Christian all his life. Because his eldest brother Vladimir was heir to the throne, Boris intended Simeon to become a cleric, possibly Bulgarian archbishop, and sent him to the leading University of Constantinople to receive theological education when he was 13 or 14. He took the name Simeon as a novice in a monastery in Constantinople.