July 18, 2019

🎴 ~ Interpretations of The Tower Card ~ | Blogger: [⛔Nothing To Do With Steve Jackson illuminati NWO & Burning WTC/Pentagon Attack Playing Cards🙅‍♂️] ... {Below is Interpretation from Cobra-groups & comments at Cobra2012 website} ... 'NOTE: The Tarot card meaning description is based on the Rider Waite cards'... |

"UPRIGHT: Sudden change, upheaval, chaos, revelation, awakening

REVERSED: Personal transformation, fear of change, averting disaster
Tower Description

The Tower shows a tall tower perched on the top of a rocky mountain. Lightning strikes set the building alight, and two people leap from the windows, head first and arms outstretched. It is a scene of chaos and destruction.

The Tower itself is a solid structure, but because it has been built on shaky foundations, it only takes one bolt of lightning to bring it down. It represents ambitions and goals made on false premises.

The lightning represents a sudden surge of energy and insight that leads to a break-through or revelation. It enters via the top of the building and knocks off the crown, symbolising energy flowing down from the Universe, through the crown chakra. The people are desperate to escape from the burning building, not knowing what awaits them as they fall. Around them are 22 flames, representing the 12 signs of the zodiac and 10 points of the Tree of Life, suggesting that even in times of disaster, there is always divine intervention."

"All measures were taken to be isolated from war, pestilence and disease by building a remote tower. And yet calamity still struck. The men (falling from the tower) are in different positions to indicate that the effects of the radical change that is happening will not be equally distributed. Some will barely survive while others will thrive. Many Tarot decks illustrate one of these men as wearing a crown (as in Black of-not-much Nobility) and the other man dressed in attire more likely to belong to a peasant. This is to illustrate that these sorts of sudden, intense events do not take one’s wealth or status into account. The disruption of the crown atop the tower itself symbolizes that it is the end of an era (of top-down-hierarchy). / One era ends, another era begins. The Tower card means that change all around you is more likely to be of the permanent kind. Any attachments to the past that you have will only hurt your fall when you land in the new way the world will be."


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