16-The Tower Reversed Golden Health Tarot Reading

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Well-Being, Physical Health Or Mental Health:

Again, the Tower reversed indicates a somewhat milder version of the upright interpretation. Still, it is important in the next few days for you to be careful and to pay particular attention to what you are doing in situations which could be dangerous, like, perhaps, driving, or mowing the lawn! Stay steady and know that this too will pass.

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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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: The shaman is a follower of a visionary tradition that reaches back to prehistory and is based on animistic ideas about the world. They are often well versed in herbalism and spiritual healing and can enter altered states of consciousness to tap into the elemental powers of nature and the spirit world for the health and well being of their people. They will typically use rhythmic drumming, dancing, chanting, fasting, drugs and vision quests to induce trance states, which allow the shaman’s soul to enter the spirit world in order to heal, divine the future, communicate with spirits of the dead and perform other supernatural feats.

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Elements of the Psychic World: Lady Jane Grey, the nine-day queen, is also said to appear on the anniversary of her death on 12 February 1554. Other ghostly traditions include the screams of Guy Fawkes echoing through the Tower, as they did when he was tortured before being hung, drawn and quartered; the ghost of the Duke of Northumberland who was executed in 1553; the ghost of Catherine Howard, another wife executed by Henry VIII; and various other apparitions and spirits associated with the Tower’s bloody history.

Creative Tarot: So at the time of the Enlightenment there was the Counter-Enlightenment, focused mostly in Germany. The Counter-Enlightenment thinkers argued for more enchantment, more untamed nature, less rationality. You might know these guys as the Romantics. They were philosophers, writers, poets, and artists, although not all of them were German. But they fought against the influence of the Enlightenment and became influential themselves. Which only goes to show that when you stake out a radical position—like, the rational brain is the only thing that matters; all else is a weakness that must be overcome—you are nurturing the extreme opposite of your position into existence as well. (Something that the tarot’s Chariot card knows very well.)

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Angel Encyclopedia: In 1535, he was jailed in Rome on charges of stealing the jewels of Pope Clement. Cellini was incarcerated high in the towers of the Castel Sant’ Angelo. He made a daring attempt to escape by scaling down the castle walls on a rope made of bedsheets tied together. He suffered a broken leg, was captured, and thrown into a wretched dungeon. The dungeon lay below a garden that was filled with water, and Cellini’s cell was damp and populated by ‘big spiders and many venomous worms.’ His mattress quickly became watersoaked. A tiny shaft of sunlight trickled through a narrow opening for about an hour and a half every day, enabling him to read his Bible.