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The Tower - Universal Tarot of Marseille (Claude Burdel)

The Tower - Universal Tarot of Marseille (Claude Burdel)

The tower (when upside down) means to be exiting a chaotic situation in a positive way. This is, hands down, my favorite card from the Tarot deck. Does this make me weird? ;D

The tower (when upside down) means to be exiting a chaotic situation in a positive way. This is, hands down, my favorite card from the Tarot deck. Does this make me weird?D Tarot card 16

Peanuts Tarot: XVI-The Tower tarot card - good grief! #tarot #art

The Tower - Peanuts Tarot: Snoopy, Charlie Brown, and the gang characters by Charles M.

The Lord of the Rings tarot deck

The Lord of the Rings tarot deck

Lord of the Rings Tarot Tower Take A Look At These Lord of the Rings Tarot Cards!

The Tower tarot card from either the Italian Classic deck or the Soprafino Tarot deck. Either way, I like its antique quality.

The Tower tarot card from either the Italian Classic deck or the Soprafino Tarot deck. Either way, I like its antique quality. Even a so called, "negative" Tarot card can have it's beauty. The Tower Card drawn here clearly expresses this.

A foreboding card-things have to fall apart in order for them to be rebuilt.  Throw out the window what's causing your turbulence & tear that tower down!   In the reverse, the tower becomes a funnel to be refilled with new & good.

Tarot card: The Tower. A foreboding card - things have to fall apart in order for them to be rebuilt. Throw out the window what's causing your turbulence & tear that tower down! In the reverse, the tower becomes a funnel to be refilled with new & good.

XVI. The Tower. Tarot Morgan – Greer, art by Bill Greer. This deck is another take on the Rider Tarot and Greer based his artwork and symbolism on Pamela Colman Smith's. The card faces have no borders, making them particularly attractive.

The Tower. Tarot Morgan – Greer, art by Bill Greer. This deck is another take on the Rider Tarot and Greer based his artwork and symbolism on Pamela Colman Smith's. The card faces have no borders, making them particularly attractive.

Tower: Upheaval and sudden change, crisis, releasing all emotion, suffering a blow to the ego, revelation and seeing through illusions.

Artist Interpretation of Tarot: The Tower by puimun on deviantART

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