Stagnation of events, rupture, alienation or separation.
Danger of a explosion, fire, or other accident in the workplace The Tower and Death are two of the most powerful cards found in the entire tarot deck.
They represent a strong change and rebirth and can be scary, but in fact they inspire.
Life: Life-changing moments, new beginnings, courage.
Love: A new love, or an old love revised, big surprises, a new beginning intertwined with better habits.
Career: sudden change, promotion or loss of a job, new chapter.
Health: fear of health that generates a positive change, a sudden energy shock.
Death is the reformed life, and with The Tower, they intend to breathe new life into your veins and surpass you in your future with emotion.
Another unpleasant combination.
This union of arcana is bad, we just have to imagine the symbology of both to see what they show us.
Past conflicts will cause us to create useless beings, with no future.
We have fallen by accident or because of justice, and that disturbs us, because we are unable to look inside ourselves.
We will feel abandoned.
Our family, emotional and economic structure is collapsing.
Maybe it's our fault.
When we wake up from the situation, we must take drastic measures to transform the negative into positive, and to that we will dedicate our efforts.
A very hard change but one that prevents something worse.
It is slowly emerging from a crisis. Design, devil and moon means deceptions and bad influences.
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
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