The Definitive Tarot Yes or No List is a comprehensive guide to using the ancient practice of tarot for answering simple yes or no questions.

The list includes a detailed breakdown of each of the 78 cards in a tarot deck and categorizes them into “yes” or “no” cards based on their traditional meanings and interpretations. 

This complete list allows individuals to quickly and easily reference the appropriate card when conducting a reading for a yes or no question.

Whether you are a beginner just learning to read tarot cards or a seasoned practitioner looking for a quick reference guide, the yes or no tarot list provides a valuable resource for enhancing your tarot practice.

Instead of fumbling through a book or searching online for the meanings of individual cards, this list streamlines the process and makes it easy to find the right card for answering a specific yes or no question.

Here is the complete Tarot yes no list with all 78 cards:

Yes or No Major Arcana:

"The Fool" tarot card: The card depicts a young man standing at the edge of a cliff, holding a small bag and a white flower. He wears colorful, mismatched garments, symbolizing innocence, spontaneity, and a carefree spirit

The Fool = Yes

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The Magician = Yes

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The High Priestess = No

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The Empress = Yes 

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The Emperor = No

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The Hierophant = No

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Strength = Yes

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The Lovers = Yes

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The Chariot = Yes

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The Hermit = No

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Wheel of Fortune = No

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Justice = Yes

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The Hanged Man = No  

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Death = Yes

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Temperance = Yes 

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The Devil = No

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The Tower = No  

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The Star = Yes 

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The Moon = No

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The Sun = Yes

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 Judgement = Yes  

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The World = Yes  

Minor Arcana Yes No Wands:  


Ace of Wands – Yes
Two of Wands – No  
Three of Wands – Yes 
Four of Wands – Yes  
Five of Wands – No
Six of Wands – Yes   
Seven of Wands – No
Eight of Wands – No  
Nine of Wands – Yes
Ten of Wands – Yes 
Page of Wands – Yes
Knight of Wands – Yes  
Queen of Wands – Yes 
King of Wands – Yes

Minor Arcana Yes or No List for Cups:


Ace of Cups – Yes  
Two of Cups – Yes
Three of Cups – Yes    
Four of Cups – No 
Five of Cups – No  
Six of Cups – Yes  
Seven of Cups – No 
Eight of Cups – No   
Nine of Cups – No
Ten of Cups – Yes
Page of Cups – Yes 
Knight of Cups – Yes 
Queen of Cups – Yes
King of Cups – Yes  

Minor Arcana Swords Yes No List

Ace of Swords – Yes     
Two of Swords – No  
Three of Swords – Yes  
Four of Swords – Yes    
Five of Swords – No   
Six of Swords – Yes    
Seven of Swords – No     
Eight of Swords – No    
Nine of Swords – No 
Ten of Swords – Yes
Page of Swords – Yes  
Knight of Swords – Yes
Queen of Swords – Yes  
King of Swords – Yes

Minor Arcana Pentacles Yes or No List

Ace of Pentacles – Yes      
Two of Pentacles – Yes    
Three of Pentacles – Yes  
Four of Pentacles – No  
Five of Pentacles – No     
Six of Pentacles – Yes  
Seven of Pentacles – No      
Eight of Pentacles – No  
Nine of Pentacles – No   
Ten of Pentacles – Yes 
Page of Pentacles – Yes
Knight of Pentacles – Yes 
Queen of Pentacles – Yes 
King of Pentacles – Yes

How to get the most out of Yes No Tarot

it’s best to ask clear and precise questions, rather than vague or open-ended ones. Avoid asking about timing or asking the same question repeatedly.

The Suit of Wands is associated with passion, inspiration, and enterprise. Wands cards that lean towards “yes” include:

  • Ace of Wands: new beginnings, creativity
  • Three of Wands: expansion, progress
  • Six of Wands: victory, success

Wands cards that lean towards “no” include:

  • Five of Wands: conflict, disagreements
  • Ten of Wands: burden, oppression

So in summary, some Tarot card meanings give clearer yes/no card reading answers than others. It’s best to interpret tone card at a time and keep the cards in context rather than assuming a single card can give a definite yes or no response. The reader’s intuition also plays a role.

 Here is another  list of whether major Tarot cards tend to indicate yes or no answer

Yes:

  • The Fool: New beginnings
  • The Magician: Manifestation, action
  • Strength: Inner power
  • The Sun: Positivity, joy
  • Judgment: Rebirth, renewal
  • Court cards

No:

  • The Tower: Disruption, upheaval
  • Three of Swords: Heartbreak, suffering
  • Five of Cups: Loss, regret
  • Eight of Swords: Entrapment, lack of clarity

It depends:

  • High Priestess: Intuition, hidden influences
  • Hanged Man: Sacrifice, new perspectives
  • Temperance: Patience, moderation
  • The Star: Inspiration, faith
  • Two of Wands: Planning, progress

The other cards have more complex meanings that don’t clearly indicate yes/no without further interpretation in context of the question and situation. Keep in mind that no Tarot reading is definitive – the future is always in flux based on human actions and choices. The cards offer guidance, but final decisions rest within the querent themselves.

Here is another quick guide to divination whether Minor Arcana cards indicate in yes and no tarot

Wands: Yes – Ace, Three, Four, Six, Nine, Ten No – Two, Five, Seven, Eight

Cups: Yes – Ace, Two, Three, Six, Ten No – Four, Five, Seven, Eight, Nine

Swords: Yes: Ace, Three, Four, Six, Ten No: Two, Five, Seven, Eight, Nine

Pentacles: Yes: Ace, Two, Three, Six, Ten No: Four, Five, Seven, Eight, Nine

In general:

  • Aces indicate new potential, so they lean positive/yes
  • Tens represent fulfillment and completion, so also often yes
  • Twos can sometimes mean partnerships and duality
  • Threes and Sixes tend to be more harmonious
  • Fours and Fives can mean obstacles or poor timing
  • Sevens, Eights and Nines tend to carry challenging energies

However, the cards should always be read in combination rather than individually. Their meanings can change depending on the surrounding cards in a spread and the question being asked. The reader must interpret based on intuition of all factors. Hope this provides a helpful starting guide! Let me know if you need any clarification or have additional questions.

The rationale behind my categorization of the Major Arcana cards into definitive yes/no answers.

 I tried to assess each card based on its typical symbolic meanings and the nuanced energies, attitudes or situations it represents. But interpretation can be complex and reasonable minds can differ one card and reversed card.

In cases like The High Priestess, I draw a card categorized it as “No” because it often signals hidden things not being revealed or relying on inner wisdom vs taking action. The Hanged Man I saw as a “No” as it represents stasis, surrender and the need for a shift in perspective rather than a decision point.

Cards like The Emperor and Hierophant I categorized as “No” as they signify structure, authority, and convention – things that may hinder change or new directions. But good arguments could be made otherwise.

Cards like The Lovers and The Star I viewed more positively as representing choices, relationships, hope and inspiration overall. But I could understand if someone saw them neutral or dependent on context.

And you may notice I viewed a lot of Major Arcana cards relating to major shifts or transitions as ultimately being empowering, transformative decisions – like Death, Temperance and Judgement as “Yes” cards.

So in summary, while I aimed to make definitive designations to provide clarity in guidance, I fully acknowledge much room for debate and discussion based on differing interpretive lenses! Please feel free to question or push back on any of my calls that don’t align with your own view or experience. I’m open and eager to discuss further!

How do you tell if a Tarot card means yes or no?

Here are some tarot questions for daily tarot meanings practice tarot timing tips for interpreting whether a Tarot card means yes or no:

1. Look at the meaning of the card what the cards show the imagery and symbolism on the card. Cards with generally positive or encouraging symbols and figures tend to signify “yes”, an accurate yes! while challenging, obstructing, or ominous symbols tend more towards “no”.

2. Assess the energy and emotions conveyed by the card. Uplifting, inspiring cards tilt positive it’s a yes, while tense, melancholic cards tilt to “no”.

3. Consider the card’s archetypal meanings and associations. Is this a card representing new vitality and fresh starts (yes), or one symbolizing disruption and misfortune (no)?

4. Examine where the card falls in numeric sequences in its suit. Beginning cards like Aces and Twos tend more positive as they start cycles, while Nines and Tens represent completion (so can go either way).

5. Identify the card’s elemental association (Swords = Air; Wands = Fire; Cups = Water; Pentacles = Earth). Does its element support decisiveness (Air), ambition (Fire), emotion (Water) or practicality (Earth) regarding this situation?

6. Trust your intuition! Beyond just the card image, your gut feeling about the card’s vibe and significance matters. Stay open and objective, but go with what resonates.

So in synthesis, assess the card holistically before assigning a yes/no designation. Combining these factors can help reveal each card’s overall leaning. Hope this gives you some helpful guidance on interpreting Tarot answers! Let me know if any part needs clarification or expansion.

How to do a proper yes or no tarot reading?

Here are some tips for doing a proper yes/no Tarot reading:

1. Frame a clear, focused question. Avoid open-ended or overly vague questions – be as specific as possible about the situation and desired outcome you seek guidance on.

2. Select a simple 3-card spread. A common spread is Past – Present – Future. The first and third card can indicate the progression, while the middle card offers the key guidance.

3. Interpret each card separately in the context of a yes/no perspective. Assess the imagery, symbols, numbers, elements etc. while also tuning into your intuition. Assign each card a yes, no or neutral designation. 

4. Look for patterns and consistencies across the cards. If 2 or more cards align toward yes, the overall answer leans positive. If 2+ indicate no, the answer tilts negative. If all 3 are neutral or mixed, the situation remains unclear or fluid.

5. Pull clarification cards from the deck if needed. If the spread is evenly split or confusing, draw 1-2 additional cards asking “Please clarify” to pull the reading one way or the other to gain insight.

6. Thank the cards when concluded. Shuffle the deck to release and integrate the session’s energy before storing the cards safely. Properly caring for your cards maintains clarity.

Consistently applying this method each time increases reliability of clear guidance. Most of all, focus on asking constructive questions, keeping an open mind and trusting your intuitive interpretation.

How accurate is yes or no tarot?

When used properly, yes or no Tarot readings can be quite accurate and helpful for providing clarity on a situation. However, the accuracy depends significantly on a few key factors:

1. The phrasing of the question – Yes or no questions work best when they are simple, specific and carefully considered to elicit a meaningful response. Vague questions diminish accuracy.

2. The reader’s skill level – An experienced Tarot reader will interpret the cards while accounting for context, intuition, symbolism, numerology and position in answering the question. Inexperienced readers diminish accuracy. 

3. The deck chosen – Using a Tarot deck that feels aligned with the reader’s energy and gifts often produces better insights and accuracy. Reading with an unfamiliar or conflicting deck reduces accuracy.

4. Relevance to the present – Tarot reveals the energies and tendencies at the time of the reading. The future constantly shifts based on choices. Accuracy dims the further out the question relates to.

5. Receptivity in receiving the answer – Confirmation bias can influence how a reader interprets the cards. Being emotionally attached to a “yes” or “no” diminishes objectivity thereby accuracy.

So in summary – yes or no Tarot can provide a focused, meaningful response when variables like skill, emotional detachment from outcome, proper framing and receptivity all align. Consistently applying best practices improves accuracy over time. But as no reading is absolute, the cards offer guidance for clarity rather than a definitive oracle.

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