As we reach the World card, the cycle begun by the Fool is completed. A dancer clothed only in a scarf dances with in a wreath. In the corners of the card are seen four figures of a man, a bull, a lion and an eagle, representing first, the four elements; secondly the four fixed signs of the zodiac, Aquarius, Taurus, Leo and Scorpio here, Scorpios shown a sits alternative symbol of an eagle); and thirdly, the Four evangelists Matthew Mark, Luke and John. They may also represent the four cardinal directions, the four winds, etc. The semi-clad dancer seems female, but it is claimed that it is in fact hermaphrodite, having characteristics of both sexes and thus reconciling all opposites.
Meaning: The completion of any task. The rewards of labor and success. Triumph in all your undertakings. The end of one cycle and the start of another. This is considered the best card in the Pack, showing that battles are over and triumph is yours.
Reversed Meaning: Success is yet to be won. Perhaps your own insecurity stands in the way of completion. Too great an attachment to what is at the expense of what could be. You may be lacking in vision.