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After Temperance comes 'The Devil'. In a reading, this card does NOT stand for evil, but instead puts you on notice that you are in a dead-end situation, which you must escape. You may be suffering some kind of obsession, or focussing too hard on physical world to exclusion of spiritual. You may have been lead to this pass by incorrect assumptions - Devil warns you that it is time to re-evaluate those assumptions if you are to have any hope of escaping your current bind.
The last card we will look at this week is 'The Tower' or sometimes 'The Tower Struck By Lightening', meaning a sudden, extreme change of fortune. Often, your p[personality itself dictates form of reversal - if you are proud, expect a blow to your ego. If you are obsessed with money, expect a financial loss. Your reaction to blow is important thing. The old saying is true - every cloud does have a silver lining, but it can be a terrible job to find it sometimes. Blows of this magnitude serve another purpose too - they allow us to understand more fully who we actually are. Only in times of crisis does veneer of upbringing fall away to reveal true person underneath.
Next week, we will look at card 17, Star.
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