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

You would like to launch into action but this card will force you to weigh up the pros and cons, the good and the bad, before undertaking anything, if you want to do so in the best possible circumstances. You will maybe have to take on the Civil Service or the Justice system and will come out the winner, but it will slow down your progress. In any case, you will encounter situations which will force you to reconsider your sense of values and slightly modify your judgements and way of looking at things, even to the point of finding new ones.

There's no point in railing against delays and obstructions. These will occur because you haven't really developed a scale of personal values. These enforced reflections will enable you to achieve a better balance and a better understanding of yourself. In the weeks to come, this is going to become a real necessity, if you are going to be certain of following the right path.

You're going to have the chance to come to terms with your past and establish other relationship patterns. You will be able to change your approach in all areas. Ultimately, you will achieve a new balance if you accept that you need to reconsider some of your preconceived ideas.


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

First card: The Devil

The figure XV is printed on the Devil card. He is stood upright on a golden throne. Like Lucifer, he wields light with the help of a flaming torch. There is stagnant water beneath his throne. There are two characters at his sides, with a cord tied around each of their necks. We cannot see their hands as they are hidden behind their backs. The Devil card is positive; it is a source of energy, an omnipresent strength of desire. This card will bring things to light and show the way, brutishly but realistically. If the cards surrounding the Devil are negative, however, then this card will mean nothing but bad news: break-ups, being torn apart, destructive desires of passion, etc. The Devil can also be a sign of a future betrayal, or illusions that could be mistaken as real.

Second card: The Hanged Man

This card bears the number XII, and is represented by the image of a Hanged Man. He hangs upside-down, suspended from his bound foot. The other leg is bent across his lap. His hands are hidden behind his back, and we do not know if they are also bound or not. The Hanged Man is immobile, his body a prisoner, with only his head free. From this we can conclude that he is free to think what he wants. In spite of the problems, he is mulling things over, thinking about the situation he has found himself in. In the Tarot of Marseille, the card of the Hanged Man indirectly advises the cards' consultant not to act, meaning that it would be better to think things over rather than jumping straight into something that they might regret. The Hanged Man in essence symbolises impotence, solitude and abandonment. It represents inactivity; a lack of action that could prove to be positive in the end, as the problem can be gotten through.


Third card: The Tower

The card numbered XVI is no neutral card, following immediately after the Devil's announcement of desire, calm, rupture, and heartbreak. The Tower is the most feared card. It is primarily negative, and symbolises destruction and rupture. The card's image shows a tower, the top of which is broken. A bird is flying in the sky, while a man is falling into the void. The man is, however, falling on his hands, like an acrobat - could he actually be dancing on his hands, perhaps? Depending on the surrounding cards, the Tower will be more or less negative. If the other cards confirm it, it can actually signify love at first sight. The consultant is in store for some very strong emotions; everything is going to collapse around them, and this will make them question everything they had believed to be true.

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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