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Family, Friends & Relationships:
People are going to be more attracted to you than usual (in every sense) and you are likely to find people on your doorstep, wanting your advice/your shoulder to cry on. This will be beneficial to you because you are now going to be able to see yourself more in the way that others see you; as someone with wisdom and a lot to offer. So share your hard-won perspectives on life with others and know that your wisdom and caring is valuable. That doesn’t mean you should run yourself into the ground doing so. If boundaries need to be drawn (for either physical or emotional reasons) then draw them.
Card Meanings: Harmony, Development, Nature, Motherhood, Fertility, Accomplishment Action, Femininity, Evolution, Creativity, Sensuality, Nurturing, Beauty, Pregnancy
The Empress is an archetype of feminine power; she is watery, hard to fathom, mysterious, fertile, and sexual. She augurs a need for us to be in touch with our feminine side, to listen to our intuition, and to give priority to our emotions and passions. The Empress does not play by the rules. She has her own way of doing things and her own idea of what is right and what is wrong in any and all endeavors. That doesn’t mean she will always get her way, but she is a reminder not to ignore your creative and intuitive side. She can signify coming abundance but don’t make the mistake of thinking that that will always mean financially. There are many types of wealth and richness in life and money is only one of them. The Empress can encompass any or all of them.
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Complete Book of Tarot: When reversed, the Ten of Pentacles hints at a family feud related to financial insecurity or a matter of legacy or inheritance. The person in charge of planning for the needs of his or her dependents has instead been guilty of unwise speculation or poor financial planning. In some cases, this card may highlight problems related to gambling. Alternatively, the person who should be providing for the family has opted to hoard his or her wealth rather than use it for the benefit of others.
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Portable Magic: Modifiers: The seven trumps associated with the seven planets of traditional astrology. The planetary modifiers are the Magician (Mercury), the High Priestess (Moon), the Empress (Venus), the Wheel (Jupiter), the Tower (Mars), the Sun (Sun), and the World (Saturn). They are called modifiers because they modify the action of the ritual when placed on the zodiacal circle.
Tarot Triumphs: Another female figure follows, also on a throne, but bearing the crown, orb, and shield of the Empress. She is regal, haughty, and she glances sternly around the crowd, quelling the questioning chatter. She wears a gold chain around her neck, and on her shield is the imperial eagle, which brooks no argument. Perhaps she is pregnant? Her stomach swells a little; she may be producing an heir. Only some people notice this, and they smile secretly to themselves. Even monarchs must make love and perpetuate their family line. This way, they can feel a kinship with their Empress. She casts her glance to one side now, either immersed in her own thoughts or disdaining to look upon commoners.
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Tarot Triumphs: In quick succession comes her consort, the Emperor. The Empress is powerful, but he is even more so. He has a more finely carved throne, a heavier chain and pendant, and a more brightly burnished eagle. He sits sideways so that onlookers can see his commanding profile and observe how his look is fixed steadfastly ahead of him. He holds his mace proudly aloft. He is authority, over temporal matters at least, and represents rule. His rule is iron, but sure; for his people feel instinctively grateful, as no one likes a vacillating leader.