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Design is a major arcana tarot card, "The Tower", from an early 20th century version of the Rider-Waite Tarot deck.
The Tower (Upright):
The Tower card in Tarot is often associated with sudden change, upheaval, and chaos. It signifies unexpected events that may seem destructive at first but are often necessary for growth and transformation.
Symbolism: The image on the card often depicts a tall tower struck by lightning, with people falling out of it. The lightning represents a sudden shock or realization, the falling people signify being thrown out of one's comfort zone, and the tower itself can be seen as a structure or belief system that is no longer serving a person.
Meaning: The Tower card warns that something in your life needs to change, whether you're ready for it or not. This might be a dramatic revelation, the crumbling of a belief system, or the end of a situation or relationship. While the immediate aftermath might feel chaotic, the Tower ultimately encourages you to see this period as an opportunity for growth and renewal.
The Tower (Reversed):
When the Tower card is reversed, it can have a slightly different or nuanced interpretation:
Avoidance of disaster: It can signify that you've managed to avoid or avert a major crisis or that its effects won't be as severe as expected.
Internal upheaval: The reversed Tower might also indicate a personal, internal disruption rather than an external one. This could be a major shift in perspective or a realization about oneself.
Fear of change: In some contexts, it could represent a fear of the upheaval that change can bring, and a resistance to let go of outdated beliefs or situations.
Delay: Sometimes, it suggests that the inevitable breakdown or change is delayed, but still looming.
Never run out of your favorite hot drink! Bigger size durable ceramic mug in always fashionable black color. High quality sublimation printing makes it an appreciated gift to every true coffee or tea lover, who always asks for a refill.
.: Black ceramic
.: 15 oz (0.44 l)
.: Rounded corners
.: Size: Large. This mug is 36% larger than a standard size mug, which is 11oz (0.33 l). Another way to look at it is that a standard mug is only 73% of this mug's size.
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This mug is packaged in a cardboard box with a crash-lock base and inner fitting inserts. This high quality packaging provides extra protection for safe transportation.
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