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What does it mean when the Death tarot card appear in your reading? Is the appearance of this Major Arcana card a good omen? Does this card signify early death or some serious repercussion? Read on to find out.
The major arcana is more concerned with the reasons behind events. Wherever the major cards fall there is a stronger influence in that area of the inquirer's life.
The Death card:
Death is the 13th card of the Major Arcana and is denoted by the number 13. This card can have a frightening effect when it appears in a reading, but it should not be seen as an actual death but as the death of a situation, sudden change or the resolution of problems.
It represents the end of a current situation, which will clear the way for a fresh start. It marks surrender to change and allowing it to take place. The card denotes the events that cause the changes and that are not going to be pleasant to begin with, there may be the loss of a friendship or a relationship; or there may be financial losses. These changes may be hard to cope with, but in the long run will clear away a certain amount of baggage from the past and leave the inquirer free to make a new start. It marks the constant possibility of a chance to make good.
The beginning of a new life, like marriage or birth is written on this card. It also symbolizes the depression that sometimes afflicts women and men after the birth of a child, as they realise that they have to let go of a phase of their life forever.
When this card appears in your reading, it tells you to embrace change and transformation. It pushes you to clear out the old and make way for the new. This card may also appear in your reading as an indication urging you to make those necessary changes which you have been resisting. And as you face life's many challenges, miracles, healing, insight are written on the card which will help you sail through the difficult phase of your life.
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