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Career, Work Or Retirement:
If you hate your job, or are underemployed, but you’ve not wanted to leave because of the steady income, you could end up being forced out either through redundancy or being fired. It’s not set in stone but losing your job is a very real possibility. Ultimately, this would lead to your greater good, but do you really want to be fired or made redundant? Wouldn’t you rather leave of your own free will and on your own terms? Now would be a very good time to start working on ‘plan B.’ Those of you who don’t necessarily hate your job and are fully occupied may still end up losing your job anyway. Death is a card of change and that change is coming one way or another. ‘Plan B’ should be on your to-do list too. You may even want to consider making a complete change. Perhaps even a complete change of field.
Card Meanings: Spiritual Transformation, Endings, Change, Transformation, Unexpected Change, New Beginnings, Failure, Loss, Letting Go, Transition, Bad Luck, Death
Death can sometimes, but not often, indicate physical death, referring to a passing already happened. This card more often indicates transformation and change. This is definitely a time of deep transformation, likely to be both internally and externally in your life. Situations, things, and people that you have counted on or gotten used to may no longer be available to you in quite the same way as they once were. This transition can be very difficult for some people. The change though, is nearly always needed.
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Complete Book of Tarot: Tarot has become increasingly popular in consulting rooms of counselors and psychotherapists. Books such as Sallie Nicholss Jung and Tarot: An Archetypal Journey and Arthur Rosengartens Tarot and Psychology: Spectrums of Possibility have done much to integrate the Jungian archetypes found in the tarot with modern psychotherapy. In addition to these books, New York therapist Elinor Greenberg has offered workshops on the use of tarot as a projective technique in psychotherapy.
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Complete Book of Tarot: House 8: Other peoples money and resources, taxes, legacies, death, mortality, goods of the dead, occult matters, profound understanding, transformation, penetration, medical and surgical procedures, personal crises, major life changes, partial loss of some aspect of ones life.
Development for Beginners: For ancient Egyptians, the Ka was very complex. It was comprised of the mortal body and eight additional semi-divine components, all of which survived after death.
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Development for Beginners: Khat or Kha: This represents a persons physical body, which would decay after death and could only be preserved through mummification.