16-The Tower Upright Rider Waite Family Tarot Reading

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Family, Friends & Relationships:

It is likely that some people/situations that you have counted on as being there for you may no longer be there in quite the same way. This doesn’t have to be dire; change is the nature of life, and trying to prevent it is like trying to row upstream without a paddle. If ; you have been building castles in the air this may be the time that some of them come crashing down to earth. That’s only a problem if you let it be. You will be able to replace them with some more realistic and reachable dreams and goals if some fantasies fall apart this month. Dreaming is important, but it’s also important to be living in reality too. You will get through this time just fine; particularly if you remember that you have all the resources you need, already inside you, to deal with life and to do what you need to do.

Card Meanings: Bankruptcy, Loss, Unexpected Events, Disaster, Destruction, Pain, Abandonment, Trauma, Disruption, Chaos, Sudden Upheaval, Tragedy, End Of Friendship, Violence, Revelations, Unexpected Change, Abuse, Divorce, Downfall, Confusion

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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Complete Book of Tarot: Card 5, those around the querent: Two of Coins. Other family members were likely to have their hands full as they were juggling many responsibilities. In fact, the querent’s other children were also in need of attention at this time.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Myths/Archetypes: The Tower of Babel. Thor, the Norse god of lightning. Zeus of the thunderbolt. Buddha under the Bodhi Tree. Hades abducting Persephone.

Elements of the Psychic World: The ancient Greeks and Romans considered the crow to be a weather prophet and the raven is still regarded by the Greeks as a ‘thunderbird‘ because of its alleged ability to predict a storm. In Britain to find a dead crow on the road is considered to be a sign of good luck, while to find one in a churchyard is considered bad luck. In Wales, if one crow crosses your path it is good luck but if two cross it is a bad omen. In Scotland, a raven circling a house is thought to predict a death for someone in the house, while in England it is said that as long as ravens remain in the Tower of London the country will never fall to enemies. An old Irish saying is ‘to have raven’s knowledge’, meaning to have the ability to see and know all things. In Tibet, the raven is the messenger of the Supreme Being.

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Elements of the Psychic World: The Bloody Tower was the scene of the infamous disappearance of the two young medieval princes, Edward V and his brother the Duke of York, who are thought to have been murdered in 1483 on the command of the Duke of Gloucester, because they stood in the way of him becoming king. According to one report, guards in the late fifteenth century spotted the shadows of two small figures gliding down some stairs. In 1674 workmen found a chest that contained the skeletons of two young children. They were thought to be the remains of the boys and were given a royal burial not long afterwards.