Indicate that you will have them but after a very hard test
(perhaps an operation, a Diablo + tower (inverted): tough tests.
Fragile material and sexual balance.
Dangers, the need to put an end to an unsustainable situation.
This is another of those combinations of tarot cards that can be considered one of the worst that can come out to us during a roll, and that is that The Devil and The Tower is a bad omen, but there is no need to be alarmed.
It will depend on the question, since it doesn't have to be something serious, much less, just that what has been consulted is not going the right way for it to develop favorably.
It turns out that The Devil in the tarot has a negative meaning, and to this is added destruction, broken illusions, which are two of the interpretations that can be given to La Torre.
Lessons must be learned from each roll of cards, not just a foreshadowing of the future, specifically indicating that they have not been done, or things are being done correctly.
It's hard to quit a bad habit
It is a bad omen that indicates that our obsessions and fears can disrupt our projects. It indicates that the person is having a bad time
Health that may be at risk. A checkup is recommended
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. FALL OF SELFISHNESS
2. END OF SOMETHING
6. ABRUPT CUT
It is possibly the most negative card in the entire Tarot. Rarely will the Tower card have a positive meaning. This is a difficult letter. It indicates the rapid and definitive change in a relationship from someone who once was loved. It indicates divorce, infidelity, a large number of sexual problems, venereal diseases, and probably impotence. This is one of the most problematic cards and it would be better if it never appeared! This letter can be summarized as “The End of the World as You Know It”. Something quite negative will probably happen: an accident, the death of a family member, being fired from work, a painful emotional break. At best, the letter warns of the abrupt end of something, which might not be positive. You can it is the termination of a stormy love relationship, or an illness that forces a operation. In some cases the final result may be positive (even very positive) but so In general, this is an abrupt and unwanted change. You may also want to refer to a sudden burst of energy. The figure of the Tower has sexual connotations and can refer to the explosion with which orgasm comes.
Avoid any risky attempts. Danger in sight: Turn back and start from zero quickly to avoid the worst. Places: Ruins, walls, remains of old castles.
Number 70, Runa Fehu (Primal Energy), Hebrew letter Hayin (Providence), Aries astrological element, Vermilion color