7. The Chariot

As a person

The Chariot is the embodiment of a modern day entrepreneur. He doesn’t stop at the end of the day. He’s looking at statistics of his side-hussle in bed just as he’s about to fall asleep and first thing in the morning when he wakes up. After all, somebody, somewhere on the planet is awake and could be his next new client.

He can be hard to keep up with, he’s notorious for being burned out, but when he’s in his prime he can make the impossible, possible.



To make changes, one needs to have the confidence to move forward. The Chariot often appears when you’ve been stuck in a rut and is telling you it’s time to take your wheels for a spin.

Summarize what you look for in a partner and actively look for them in the places they may be. Somebody fitting the description is bound to turn up.


For a querent already in a relationship The Chariot may indicate that things are moving forward very fast, perhaps even too fast.

Career & Money

The Chariot is a real go-getter when it comes to business and finances. If you see it, you want it, you’ve just got to make the effort to reach out for it. If there’s a raise you want, muster up the courage and ask for it. If your workplace is looking to fill a position from outside the company, make it known that you’re already here and would do a great job.

Plenty of oomph!


The number 7 known as the “magic number”. Although often associated with divine intervention, it also represents the courage to hurtle down an unknown path. Destiny has strange ways of making us turn up at the right destination, at the right time.

It’s for us to find the courage to trust in the process, and grab opportunities with both hands.


The Chariot is an excellent talisman to invoke:

  • energy
  • entrepreneur skills
  • motivation
  • confidence
  • proactiveness
  • determination


The Fool
An out of control maniac.

The Magician
Action backed by thorough research.

The High Priestess
Getting ahead thanks to patience and virtue.

The Empress
Creative enthusiasm, great dedication.

The Emperor
To rein in one’s actions.

The Hierophant
To reassess one’s values.

The Lovers
Taking a relationship to the next level.

Using brute force to get a job done.

The Hermit
An open road, uninhibited opportunities.

Wheel of Fortune
An adaptive person, to pick up and run with it.

To have one’s shortcomings catch up with you.

The Hanged Man
To hit a roadblock.

To run out of steam, exhaustion.

To find balance between action and patience.

The Devil
Pig-headedness, to be selfish and out of touch with others.

The Tower
A trainwreck, disaster due to lack of patience.

The Star
To ride on to victory.

The Moon
To let one’s assumption run wild.

The Sun
To be recognized for one’s efforts.

To be held to account for one’s impulsive actions.

The World
A proactive leader.