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

Your ideals and moral courage are going to go through a highly fertile period of growth, which will help reinforce your confidence in both yourself and your own mental resources. You will have opportunities to manage the course of your life in the way you would hope in all aspects. Travel will turn out to be very beneficial and liberating. You are set to obtain qualifications and your talents will be recognised. You will advance another step along the road towards the development of your potential.


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

First card: The Hierophant or Pope

In the Tarot of Marseille, the Pope card bears the number V. In the beginning of the Tarot story, the Fool leaves on a pilgrimage or quest for something, as illustrated in the Fool card. He leaves searching for direction. After finding their way, a person wants to tell others about it, to share this knowledge, and then to rest. The Pope card evokes the gift of teaching: helping others to learn, and guiding them. The Pope acts as an intermediary, showing the path to follow. It can be associated with the image of the benevolent priest who guides his children. This card is positive; it is a sign of protection and has spiritual meaning. The Pope card brings meaning to events. If the Pope card is drawn, it is a good sign, because it means that success will be at hand. In a romantic relationship, the Pope signifies a stable and lasting union.

Second card: The Magician

The Magician is the Fool come to a rest, a wisened man who has found his way. The card bears the number I; it is the first Arcanum. In the Middle Ages, jugglers were described as men who performed acts of magic. Four things are shown on this card that can also be found on other cards in the Tarot of Marseille: the wand, the coin, a cup and a knife. They symbolise the four elements that are the source of life: water, air, earth, fire. The Magician represents a new start; something new that is happening in the consultant's life; a period of learning or training that will be the start of something else. When this card is drawn, it is a sign of starting a new activity, or of being presented with a new opportunity. The Magician symbolises agility, a sharp mind, diplomacy, etc., and represents victory, strength and success.


Third 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.

Fourth 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.




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