Inevitable of a situation.
Temptations that prevent us from changing our lives and improve.
It is a bad omen, it indicates a rupture due to selfishness or misunderstanding.
Not all the changes that take place are positive, and for those who have consulted the tarot and these two major arcana come out together, it means that there is a danger of starting a stage, a cycle, that will not bring them anything good.
But there's no need to worry, because if you know, you can avoid making the mistake of starting anything new until a reasonable amount of time has passed.
It cannot be determined at this time, but it will be necessary to carry out another tarot query to know when this streak has passed.
There is a risk of undertaking projects, starting romantic relationships, or any act that will have unpleasant consequences for the consultant, so it is best to stop and not follow the current path.
A period of reflection is advisable, in which things are thought very carefully before doing them.
If you are careful, nothing negative has to happen, but you have to be cautious when it comes to acting.
We ended up badly for refusing to change.
We learn a lesson the hard way.
5. FUNDAMENTAL CHANGE
6. ELIMINATION OF THE PAST
Death is a card of transformation. There is a definitive break with the past, there is a new start before us. This change can be traumatic if we oppose it, as happened to the king in the letter represented in the Rider-Waite deck. Or it can be a change in some way desired or accepted, such as succeeds the bishop in the same representation. There is no doubt that the Death card can mean the death of a person, or a serious illness. It doesn't have to be the consultant himself, more normally he will refer to a person from their environment. A change of city, leaving one job and starting a totally different one, ending a relationship that caused discomfort, these are typical situations in which the Death card can appear.
Don't hold on to old positions. A transformation is needed. Places: Cemeteries, mausoleums, crypts, caves.
Number 40, Runa Ansuz (the spirit), Hebrew letter Mem (the man), astrological element SATURN, color light brown
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.