VII THE CHARIOT
A pick up truck can take you anywhere you heart desires, and the determination to go there often has its sweet rewards. The watermelon is traditionally a symbol of work and desire, and the chariot is, unironically, all about drive. You are going to get things done if you can stay focused and get the wheels in motion. Your chariot needs a confident and decisive driver, and now is the time to express what you need from others to accomplish your own and mutual goals. Things are in motion, and it is up to you to steer your way toward success! Upright, the chariot can also symbolize a journey or road trip coming up. Time to take those melons to market.
Reversed: Reversed, this card reflects the fact that you may be letting someone else drive. Perhaps it seems your life is out of control. Maybe your voice isn’t being heard. How can you get the wheels back on the road? Inverted, the Chariot may also reflect too much drive, which can also turn into aggression. Be careful. You want to succeed, but not hurt others in the process.