16-The Tower Reversed Golden Finance Tarot Reading

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Finance, Money Matters Or Debt:

As with the Tower in the upright position, this is still not a time for risky investments, gambling, or expecting a lottery win. In general, in this context, The reversed Tower points to the fact that your financial life/financial future is probably not as a big part of you may be fearing. You wouldn’t be making anything any better by avoiding the issues. Deal with any problems in a straightforward manner. If you need help figuring things out financially, don’t hesitate to ask for it.

Card Meanings: Averting Disaster, Delaying The Inevitable, Avoiding Tragedy, Resisting Change, Old Ways, Rustic, Entrapment, Imprisonment

The Tower is a card about change. Just as with The Devil and Death, the Tower is not as frightening or as ominous as the pictorial representation in most decks. Trying to hold too tightly to the status quo can be disastrous now. ; Roll with the changes.

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Angel Encyclopedia: Unbeknownst to Tobit, sparrows are perched on the wall, and their droppings fall into his eyes, rendering him blind. He seeks the help of various physicians, to no avail. His wife is forced to work to earn money.

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Elements of the Psychic World: Over the years there have been numerous sightings of ghosts at Glamis Castle. One most frequently seen is that of Janet Douglas, wife of James Douglas, the sixth Lord of Glamis. James died one morning after eating his breakfast and Janet was suspected of killing him, even though no evidence could be found. Six years later, in 1537, she was convicted of witchcraft and burned at the stake at Castle Hill, Edinburgh. Her ghost is said to appear above the clock tower, wrapped in fire or an orange glow.

Creative Tarot: In the Jungian way, then, our tarot spreads are not random but are guided by the same principle. A particular card will show up because, in some way, we need it to. We are not causing the cards to fall the way they do, but each card is a meaningful coincidence. The fact that we can’t explain why we get the Five of Wands when we’re going through a very Five of Wands situation—a manuscript that comes back with yet another round of extensive edits, or a teacher who frustrates you by pointing out what you’re doing wrong instead of congratulating you on the improvements you’ve made—makes it more meaningful. During a reading I once gave, I decided to use the Golden tarot, despite it not being my usual go-to deck. My client drew the Page of Wands to represent her own self and noticed that the scroll depicted on the card was the exact shape of the tumor they had just found on her kidney. That small coincidence gave the reading a special meaning for her.

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Angel Encyclopedia: Hermas sees a body of water upon which a tower is being constructed from stones of different qualities. The woman explains that the tower is the church and the stones represent different classes of Christian sinners and penitents. Some of the sins are so great that the stones are unusable, and soon the building will stop. By publishing his visions, Hermas will help wavering Christians. He must do so after three days have passed. The woman denounces the leaders of the churches, whom she describes as sorcerers with poison in their hearts. Christians, she says, should not eat excessively while others go hungry—a reference to spiritual food, not literal food. The woman disappears and then returns by night to tell Hermas he must undergo strict fasting in order to receive answers to any additional questions.