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Here's what we can tell you about your social life from the 4 cards you've just drawn

You're going to go through an excellent period where your ambitions are concerned. This card heralds an advancement along the road to your social and professional development, linked with outstanding recognition, which will enable you to overturn all manner of obstacles. You will have opportunities to change jobs and professional status, or to discover a way to spirituality and more clearly defining your main role in life. Your determination and tenacity will enable you to climb the rungs of the ladder .


Over the next few weeks, you are going to go through great changes in your relationships!

First card: Strength

This card bears the number XI. It shows an image of a woman taming a lion. This naturally evokes images of power and strength of character, but in a feminine form. It is creative strength. It symbolises the soul that rules our animal side. This card thus also evokes ideas of controlling our impulses. It is a source of energy, and of force of will. The young woman is wearing a hat on her head - the exact same one as worn by the Magician. We can therefore conclude that these two tarot cards complete each other. This card can also announce a period of difficulty, for which strength will be needed. It is a sign of conflict between two opposing powers.

Second card: the World

The World card bears the number XXI, and it is the best card in the Tarot of Marseille. It is extremely positive. On it can be seen a naked woman, surrounded by the four elements at the source of life. The World represents flourishing and accomplishment in life. In this card, man has found harmony; unity between his body and soul. He possesses an inner wealth that cannot be shaken. This wisdom gives him strength and courage. The World card symbolises the Illuminated, he who has reached Nirvana; a freed being. In the first instance, this card can also announce travel, productive exchanges, movement, or creation. It is the card of success, a sign of recognition and development. It brings great joy and light, which naturally spreads to the cards around it.


Third card: Justice

Card VIII in the Tarot of Marseille defines what is just, and means that any business ventures will be carried out in honesty. Decisions made will have been thought about previously, and not just carried out on a whim. The scales of justice are depicted on the card, showing the pros and cons being weighed up before a decision is made. Justice signifies a confrontation with a situation, in which you are obliged to weigh up the good and the bad to act for the better. It can symbolise a contract that needs signing, or some sort of legal action. This card cannot be judged as entirely positive, however: more than anything, it shows that there is an obstacle in the way and that in order to act correctly, you will need to take your time and think things through.

Fourth card: Judgment

In the Tarot of Marseille, card number XX evokes a part of life where the outcome is judged. At the top of the card is an angel, watching three earthbound people praying. This card can be a sign of something very good to come in the life of the person consulting the cards. The people at the bottom of the card symbolise harmony between yin and yang, united by the central person who creates balance. Masks will drop when this card is drawn; Judgement announces the end of something, or the result of a particular action, for which the rewards will either be reaped, or the consequences suffered. This card cannot be interpreted on its own when drawn; its meaning depends on the cards surrounding it.




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