The Moon divinatory meanings
The Moon tarot arcana indicates deception, chaos and confusion. In relationships, expect a foggy picture – does the client have a boyfriend? She isn’t sure. Does she want the man? She isn’t sure. Does she desire to keep him? She doesn’t know. What is he up to? She isn’t certain. Whatever the case, lower your expectations of bringing clarity, however long the reading. Boundaries are ill-defined, vague or non-existent. The solution is usually to work on the client so that she can see certainty in terms of her own life, rather than what the other person may or not be doing.
Deception, chaos and confusion can also work to the client’s benefit, so if she does not want people to know what she is up to, the Moon is an excellent sign she will not be discovered. It is good for spies, illusionists, stage magicians, politicians, and anyone else who do deceive.
Book of Thoth
Let the Illusion of the World pass over thee, unheeded, as thou goest from the Midnight to the Morning.
Illusion, deception, bewilderment, hysteria, even madness, dreaminess, falsehood, error, crisis, “the darkest hour before the dawn”, the brink of important change.
The Moon is a card of magic and mystery – when prominent you know that nothing is as it seems, particularly when it concerns relationships. All logic is thrown out the window.