Obsession, sexual desire, lies.
Sadism, unbridled sexuality, sudden changes in sexual habits.
Strange, different, risky work.
A deceitful person, with double purposes.
Sexual magic rituals done by a man.
It indicates a dangerous person; in love, it indicates that we love the wrong person.
This combination is quite explosive when it comes to relationships.
We must be careful because someone may cross our path in our path who tempts us and we will not be able to reject them despite having a partner.
If we don't control those impulses, we can jeopardize our relationship.
If we don't have a partner, The Wizard and The Devil tell us that we can undoubtedly enjoy moments of very intense passion.
In business, we will be able to make decisions that are quite risky, but that will work out well thanks to our ingenuity and creativity.
Beware of the partners, collaborators, advisors that we have in our company because they could play a trick on us.
If we are employees, we will not have difficulty doing our work and we will feel useful at all times.
Through the combination of The Wizard and The Devil, we talk about obsessions, manipulation, intelligence and materialism.
From the work and professional point of view of the consultant, they evoke success, the capacities of the being and its use for success, and its use for success, but they also provide guidance on emotional submission and spiritual exhaustion.
It is also about emotional attachments to material things, or to material life, which causes the loss of essential awareness and affective value to what is spiritual and truly indispensable in the life of the individual.
The person we love is not entirely trustworthy. He's attracted to you but he's afraid of relate.
Negative person to be guarded from.
They are fighting temporarily.
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. CREATIVE PRINCIPLE
3. CONTINUOUS MOVEMENT
4. WORD SKILLS
6. DOMAIN OF THE ELEMENTS
Everything in the first of the twenty-two major arcana, marked by the element Fire, seems to speak of creative impulse, of initial energy, of rapid and almost immediate action. Indeed, it embodies the ideal Renaissance of the man architect and owner of his own destiny, capable of dominating matter thanks to the use intelligent of the psychic force. Symbol of a strong and defined personality, which represents someone willing to face everything, skillfully and with ease of speech. You can also refer to everything type of initiatives that will bring future success. Its qualities are diplomacy, agility, spontaneity and speed. Someone who is fully aware of what he's doing.
Be confident in your abilities and follow the momentum without hesitation. Don't uselessly waste a precious time. Venues: Streets, squares, stadiums, sports fields, workshops.
Number 1, Runa Mannaz (the conscious self), Hebrew letter Alef (the man), astrological element THE SUN (the raw material from the alchemists), golden color.