Color: A card that shows us the beauty of life. Feeling fit and healthy. Loving relationships. Balance in everything. Sometimes a warning not to throw it all away! Occasionally a warning not to see things in black and white.
Wings: The Peacock can represent wanting to spread your wings, feelings of boredom or being held back, often relating to work/career. Stay-at-home parents may relate. It can suggest wanting out from a relationship.
Romance: The Peacock can be a card about romance and relationships. It is generally an optimistic card but is best used as guidance for existing arising issues.
The Peacock can show a person or situation where appearances are not quite as they seem? Can also refer to a person that puts themselves first.
Upright Meanings: leadership, applause, success, being in the spotlight, acclaim, achievement, stability, praise, being a leader, riding high, having the advantage, supporters, triumph, victory, goodwill, pride, fame, good news, celebrity, winning, recognition, crowds, confidence, well-wishers, sharing your victories, fans, awards, strength, self-esteem
The Peacock represents success, victory, winning, triumph, achievement and having the advantage. It also signifies praise, acclaim, awards, recognition, applause and goodwill. It is a minor card of fame, celebrity, fans, well-wishers, supporters, crowds and being in the spotlight. It indicates that someone is being a leader, riding high, confident and proud with high self-esteem. It is a card of strength and stability and can also represent successful campaigns and winning battles.
Reversed Meanings: broken promises, pride in riches, failure, fame hungry, egotistical, being hunted, postponement, pride before a fall, treachery, disgrace, losing, ill-will, disadvantage, lack of achievement/recognition/ support/ confidence/ endurance, diva, disloyalty, mob/ pack mentality, bad news, weakness, arrogant, being a follower, disappointment
The Peacock reversed represents losing, failure, lack of achievement, recognition, endurance, confidence or support. When reversed, it is a minor card of mob or pack mentality, being a follower or being hunted. It indicates that someone is being arrogant, egotistical, fame hungry or a diva and that pride comes before a fall. The Peacock reversed signifies disadvantage, disgrace, disloyalty, treachery and broken promises. It can also represent ill-will, disappointment, instability, weakness and unsuccessful campaigns and losing battles.