Whether drawn upright or in reverse, according to Iskander, the hierophant can often appear in reading When a researcher questions things like traditions, beliefs, religion, ideas, systems, structures, etc. In particular, these may be the structures on which you have grown up and approved so far.
even if you were asked about the challenge You are currently going through, or perhaps approaching, that could have to do with resistance to those structures and the best way to forge your own path.
As Alexander explains, “If a person feels uncomfortable with the path they’ve taken, this card can indicate that it’s time to dig deeper to discover their core truths and what really matters,” adding, “Perhaps a life-changing or challenging crisis has caused you to question your The ideas and lifestyle you relied on and accepted in the past.”
She also notes that a Hierophant can appear to encourage you to re-evaluate what you’ve taken for granted in the past, “and determine if your old ways of thinking and behaving are still relevant to where you want to be in the future.”
As such, she says, “this often involves serious self-examination and balancing of your spiritual and material considerations.”