Tarot Card Interpretation: The Devil – The Tower – Death

It is human nature to want to see the future. To see what is coming, before it actually arrives. It’s the reason many people get readings from Tarot Readers, hoping to get a glimpse of what life has in store for them. While Tarot Reading does offer you insight into some of what lies ahead. The reading provides information about where you are, where you have been, and where you are going. It is my personal experience the 3 most challenging cards in the Tarot deck are, The Devil, The Tower, and Death. These cards can elicit fears, or a sense of impending doom. This stands to reason, due to preconceived idea’s and false symbolism of what these cards actually …

Love Tarot Readings and the Tower Card

When it comes to love tarot readings, the Tower tarot card can often cause fear or anxiety. This is largely due to its association to the deconstruction of one’s current situation, belief systems or, in some cases, relationships. The Tower tarot card often represents sudden change and upheaval. When it appears in a love tarot reading, it urges you to really to really examine your current circumstances and relationships. The Tower tarot card is indicative of needed change. It usually appears when transformation or major shifts are occurring or about to occur in one’s life or relationships. Traditionally, the tarot card meanings of the Tower tarot card refer to the need to restructure our belief system. It usually indicates that …

Tarot Reading – The Tower Tarot Card & the Promise of Freedom

Perhaps considered one of the most negative cards in the Tarot deck, The Tower is the card of chaos and upheaval. Its contemporary tarot card meanings often refer to disruption, instability, transformation and the inevitable truth. When the Tower card appears in a tarot reading, one can anticipate the total deconstruction of one’s beliefs system. The Tower brings forth an unacknowledged truth. It is an indicator that one’s faulty perceptions have caused the creation of an unreliable foundation. It is a warning that one’s thought processes are not in alignment with a higher truth. It always signifies the commencement of an emotional purging. However, there is much more to the Tower card than the concept of destruction. In truth, the …