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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 a period where plans to travel and move around, general mobility both intellectually and physically, will be at the forefront of your life. In fact, this card heralds a period of growth in relation to your usual circles, and this will definitively enable you to focus on who and what you are fundamentally, regardless of your upbringing. If you're a student, you should do extremely well in your exams. Business with other countries should also be very beneficial.


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

First card: The High Priestess

Card number II from the Tarot of Marseille bears the image of a woman, sat with a book open on her lap. She represents teaching and learning. The four elements of life were shown on the preceding card, and here it is knowledge that is being represented - books are a sign of knowledge. The Papess is calm. She wears a veil - perhaps she lives outside of the world, learning from books rather than experience? The Papess is the Pope's companion. This card evokes everything to do with knowledge, words, writing and culture. It also represents solitude and calmness. It is a passive card, which can be said to symbolise wisdom and education.

Second card: The Nameless One

This card bears the symbolic number XIII, and on it is depicted a skeleton holding a scythe. People are too quick to interpret this as representing death, but it is not the case. The Nameless Arcanum is more a sign of upheaval, new things, the destruction of a past state, and moving on to something else. It represents radical change. It is not necessarily a negative card. When found with the Fool, it means that the consultant will find the strength to make all their hopes come true. The Nameless Arcanum can also evoke a person's transformation; someone brutally finding their way and changing, to follow the path that they have chosen for themselves. The radical change that this card evokes can be either voluntary or forced. Of course, death can be a part of these changes, but it is not the only meaning of this card. Above all else, it symbolises the end of something, of a state of being.


Third card: The Chariot

In the Tarot of Marseille, the Chariot bears the number VII. This card symbolises the success of something. On the card is a warrior, riding a two-horse chariot. He is victorious. It is the image of a winner. More generally, we can also interpret the Chariot as representing a journey, or a lover pursuing the one he loves. When drawn, the Chariot is very positive. It represents triumph and victory, but it is enormously dependent on the cards that surround it. If there are negative cards next to the Chariot, then it becomes a bad card; a sign of dominance or bad influences. Overall though, it is usually a beneficial card.

Fourth 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.




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