In the tarot, the Tower card represents upheaval, sudden irrevocable change and destruction. The image on this card is quite cataclysmic, often showing a tower struck in two by lightning, burning, with figures falling from it. However, the interpretation of the tower is not as dire as the pictorial representation.
It reminds us that change is the nature of life, and that liberation often goes along with change. Although hardship and storms in life can be traumatic, it shakes up stagnant aspects of our lives and challenges fundamental assumptions, often serving as a wake-up call. Click here to read more…
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