2 of [ / ] Spades
The Closed Relationship:
-- Rancorous & Clashing
Conflict, discord, rancor blurring
Fog and mist, ambiguity obscuring
Tension fills the room and hall
Looming sense of gloom and pall
Rancorous discord conflicting
Ambiguous subterfuge obscuring
A girl with a blindfold groping in the dark. A thin curtain behind is blocking the view. A Winter blizzard is blinding. A pencil is snapping in two. A clash of swords, with sparks flying. A tensed up rope with a knot, like the one in your back.
You will be divorced. You will get a bad back from all the stress. You will snap like a No.2 pencil. You will never fathom this mystery.
Don't be so tense. Don't be so snippy. Don't be so ambivalent. Don't divorce yourself from a situation. Don't run and hide. Don't blow a smoke screen. Don't stick your head in the sand. Don't lurk in the shadows.
None so blind as those who will not see.
An angry man opens his mouth and closes his eyes.
[D2] The Haunt
[D2/8] The Sinking Dysphoria
Antonym: 2 of [X] The Open Relationship
Coronym: 2 of [--] The Affected Action
Transonym: 8 of [ / ] The Narrow Perspective
Varonym: [Reverse] Mitigate
Proxonym: < or >
Compare to The Isomorphic Tarot
Compare to The Seasonal Tarot
Key: [+] = Addition-Diamonds-Coins ... [X] = Multiplication-Hearts-Cups ... [--] = Subtraction-Clubs-Staves ... [ / ] = Division-Spades-Swords
[A] = Ameliorate Major ... [D] = Deteriorate Major
Antonym = Meanings that are opposite in an investive vs. divestive way e.g. [+] to [--], or [X] to [ / ]
Coronym = Meanings that correlate in a quantitative vs. qualitative way e.g. [+] & [X], or [--] & [ / ]
Transonym = Meanings that are equidistantly similar i.e. from the same sphere of influence, e.g. 1&9, or 2&8, or 3&7, or 4&6
Varonym = Meanings that are variable across a spectrum of possibilities that exists across antonymous cards in their upright & reversed states
Proxonym = Meanings that evolve seqentially across each suit from one card to the next
The Numerical Tarot by Guy and Charlene Palm
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