This combination speaks of all those situations in which we are subject to
something or someone and we cannot free ourselves.
Depending on the subject you're asking about, this combination is will apply in one way or another and the way out of this situation will depend on the cards that follow.
Abusive or misapplied authority.
Tyrannizing masculinity or power that leads us to use it for our pleasure, an uncompromising or sexist lover.
Love: if you have a partner talk about submission, lack of freedom and of course little love.
The relationship is It makes it difficult and you don't know how to get out of it.
If you don't have a partner, you can still talk about sexual attraction to a person or even sex but without actually having anything serious.
You're a little bit hooked on someone.
Health: In terms of health, you have to take special care of your liver and pancreas.
Money: economically speaking, this combination speaks to us of a good economic situation, but that we squander our money and we may lose large amounts.
We are not able to manage it well and that can lead us to a bad situation or to fall into excessive spending on vices.
Work: At work, the combination speaks to you of excessive submission to the orders of a superior who they don't let you express yourself the way you want.
If you don't have a job, he tells you that you could find one but in The one that you won't feel at ease since you won't be able to demonstrate your potential.
It would be not, but it has a lot of problems. Man who wants to improve out of love or struggling to get out of destructive behavior.
Sexist and unreliable man.
0. “SEX, DRUGS AND ROCK N'ROLL”
2. PURE ENERGY
3. CONFUSING ACTION
4. PASSION OR NERVOUSNESS
5. MATERIAL CAPTIVITY
The card takes us back to the meaning of “The Enemy”. Everything that works against us and that we harms and hurts. Our fears and fears, bad luck and also other people who attack against our happiness. But we must not forget about ourselves, that sometimes we are our worst enemy. The Devil is a card of fears, of fears that paralyze us. It can mean any form of slavery or submission, for example a figure of a very authoritarian boss who makes our lives impossible or an abusive parent or partner who controls every aspect of our lives. It can refer to any addiction, to alcohol and drugs for example. It often has sexual references: all kinds of sexual perversions, or relationships that lack any emotional sense, only the carnal is important. Everything related to “the dark” is symbolized by this card. A person who conjures against Us through spells could be warned by the Devil
Don't underestimate the dangers and control the pitfalls; don't give in to flattery and don't let yourself drag by the others. Places: Operating rooms, foundries, slaughterhouses, arsenals. Trenches, fields of battle.
Number 60, Runa Nied (the necessary evil), Hebrew letter Samech (circle or well), astrological element MARTE, dark red color.
1. COMPUTER PRINCIPLE
5. MATERIAL POWER
6. VIRILITY, YOUNG MAN
The emperor symbolizes the desire for control over the environment, and its appearance in a reading often suggests that the subject must accept that some things cannot be controllable, and others cannot benefit from being controlled. As with all Tarot cards, multiple meanings are possible. While the Empress It is the feminine principle, the Emperor is the masculine one. Most individuals relate to this letter in the same way that they relate to their own father. Becoming something, getting to know something and being capable of something is what gives a person authority. Preserving inner balance and inexhaustible wealth, you must extract only the necessary things, so much spiritual as material. Spiritually, aim for higher goals. Mentally, build a logical and practical set of plans. Physically, act on objectives and plans. Emotionally, use courage to motivate yourself and to achieve your proposals.
Number 4, Runa Thurisaz (the powerful), Hebrew letter Daleth (bent man), astrological element JUPITER, violet color.