Keywords: reason, assurance, authority
The Emperor can represent an encounter with authority or the assumption of power and control. As the regulator, he is often associated with legal matters, disciplinary actions, and officialdom in all its forms. He can also stand for an individual father or archetypal Father in his role as guide, protector and provider.
A positive Emperor stands for structure and power, worldly achievement and the competitive drive it takes to make a mark in the world. He can also stand for authority in some form, whether business or government. He may also stand for a father, or someone who plays that role in your life. Whatever form of authority he stands for, the Emperor wants to be boss.
Competitiveness, forcefulness in development and execution. Authority, structure, governmental and corporate identities. Worldly power, self control gained through experience. Ability to shoulder responsibility. Powerful individuals, ambition together with the possibility of long term achievement.
A man of power who tries to bring balance and order to his business activities. He is highly focussed on building a business or empire and seeing to it that things run like clockwork - more family time is indicated.
It represents worldly power, accomplishment, wealth, father, brother, husband, strength and the dominance of intelligence and reason over emotion and passion.