Judgement, as we can see in the image, is most often thought of in religious terms (the time when, as the Christian Bible predicts, God will come down and divide up all the mortal souls). Seen this way, the card can be about waiting for something that is out of our hands: someone else’s choice.
The card can also be about our own good judgement; our own choice. It both helps and cautions, trusting that your judgement will be correct and warning against the perils of getting it wrong, whether that be the wrong thing for the right reasons or the right thing for the wrong reasons.
Some circles alternately interpret the card as representing rebirth (the forgiveness of sins, or more secularly, a flash of wisdom that allows a choice to be made).
There is a decision to be made this week, whether it is yours, or someone else’s concerning you. The outcome is inevitable; the best you can do is hope that everything falls into place, and act appropriately after the verdict has fallen.