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

One good thing leads to another (the exact opposite of a vicious circle) and your moral strength will be imbued with greater optimism. You will have great opportunities to turn the page on the trials and tribulations of the past. You will finally be able to forget, forgive, accept and understand former ordeals.

This disposition will help you considerably to rebuild relationships, activities and your lifestyle on a new, sounder basis, where former strong feelings and subjective fears have disappeared. This process is often a solitary one, but that shouldn't cause you problems. You are in a position to find time alone productive, because you can clearly see the good it is doing you.

Regarding your health and fitness, this will be a period of well-being, where you won't be lacking in energy. It could be an excellent time to start on personal therapy and have an easier passage to solving former problems to your satisfaction. Your aspirations are succeeding thanks to your perseverance. You're going to have concrete proof that not giving in will have been the springboard for your good fortune. You feel at ease with yourself and benevolent towards others. You've never been so close to Wisdom.


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

First card: The Hermit

This card bears the number IX, and on it is a hermit or a monk, making his way alone, and supported by a stick. He is an old, bearded man who could be likened to a sage. In his right hand, he holds a lamp to light his way, and a book lies at his feet. The Hermit card symbolises a moment in which the consultant finds themselves isolated, going through a crisis, and re-assessing things, for better or worse. The Hermit is on a quest for wisdom, and his lantern is there to guide him. He symbolises a moment of introspection in which memories can resurface and unveil the past; a sign that a certain stage must be reached before real peace can be found. It symbolises a period of change. The Hermit card symbolises solitude, ageing, and delay. It represents a period of difficulty, but one that is necessary to move towards the light, for the Hermit is also a sign of wisdom.

Second card: The Emperor

This card bears the number IV. The Emperor holds power. It cannot really be determined from the image on the card if the Emperor is standing or seated. This gives the feeling of a being in motion, not resting in one place. After the Fool has discovered the elements from the Magician, learnt knowledge from the Papess, and created new ideas with the Empress, he encounters the Emperor. On the Fool's journey, the Emperor represents the stage of seeing plans through into the physical world. The Emperor holds his sceptre determinedly; you can tell that he is about to act. Unlike his wife the Empress, he is not a force of creation, he is one of action. The number IV is a sign of stability. In the Emperor can be seen courage, strength, and willpower, yet this card can sometimes be a sign of tyranny and excess. It symbolises the law, and the other cards drawn will accentuate the positive or negative effects of this Arcanum.


Third card: The Star

Card number XVII is the Star. On it is a naked woman, kneeling at the edge of a river. Yellow and blue stars light up the sky. This card symbolises sincerity and humility in the face of nature's greatness. The Star represents generosity, greatness, and sharing. The Star card is very positive, a sign of renewal, rebirth, and purity. Dreams will come true or be productive, thanks to the positive effects of the Star. The consultant will follow their destiny, their guiding star, and move along their path untroubled. A weight will be lifted from them, and they will be renewed with energy, from finding serenity and being able to start anew at last. The Star card can represent people who are surrounded by a lot of success (public figures, for example), or generous people who give a lot of themselves to others, such as nurses, teachers, etc.

Fourth card: The Empress

The third Arcanum also shows an image of a woman sitting. She is holding a sceptre and a shield in her hands, and there is a font of holy water behind her. After the Fool learns how to survive in the material world (the Magician), and gains intellectual knowledge (the Papess), the Empress becomes active; she is the creation of ideas. The Empress is constantly thinking, making mental advancements and inventing new concepts. The font symbolises purity. It is there to organise the Empress' ideas, and guide them so that they do not get lost in a flux, lacking any real coherence. This is the card of power and control. It is often associated with business, and is linked to communicating and exchanging with others. It is a positive card to draw, and can never really be bad.




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