16-The Tower Reversed Mage Love Tarot Reading

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Romance, Love Or Relationships:

When you draw the Tower in reverse, generally the concerns for a love relationship are not as intense as they are when the card appears in an upright position. However, it is an indicator that the relationship needs more work and more communication if it is to survive. Think positively and don’t focus on changing your partner, consider how you are contributing to the situation and ways in which you can improve your own part of the relationship. Take one step at a time and don’t lose your cool.

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: Folklorists believe that the story may have drawn its inspiration from Aztec mythology. The goddess Chihuacohuatl dressed in white and carried an empty cradle. It was said she walked among Aztec women screaming and crying for her lost child. It’s also possible that the story has a historical basis. Around 1550 an Indian princess fell in love with an Italian nobleman and bore him twins. The nobleman, despite promising to marry the princess, married someone else. Consumed with rage the princess killed her children with a dagger and wandered the streets in torn and bloody clothes wailing for her children. She was found guilty of murder and executed. It is said that her ghost is cursed and must forever wander the earth looking for her

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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: The Pages will start more projects than they finish, and they’re always coming up with new ideas that don’t necessarily go anywhere. If you’re the Page in a tarot reading, it might be a cue that it’s time for you to grow up a little and see a project to completion for a change. But if someone else is the Page, you had better listen to what he is saying, because he is here to bring you some kind of message.

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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.