4 of [--] Subtraction/Club/Stave
The Deteriorate Event:
-- Destructive & Decimating

Pernicious fire and wanton destruction
Dastardly, deleterious reduction
Lackadaisical lethargy, loafing around
Feeble people, dead on the ground

Destructive devastation decimating
Lackadaisical lethargy loafing

A homeless man clutching his only remaining possession contemplates his next move. Like the leaves on the trees, he has lost everything. Like the clubs above him, his world is falling down.

You will lose your job. You will be deposed. You will change everything for the worst. You will lay around and let everyone else work.

Don't tear others down to make yourself feel better. Don't be self destructive. Don't resist change. Don't make people destroy you, to get you to change. Don't be lazy. Get a job!

A man of words and not of deeds, is like a garden full of weeds.
Idle hands are the devil's workshop.

[D4] The Feeble Victim
[D4/6] The Concussive Thunder

Antonym: 4 of [+] The Ameliorate Event
Coronym: 4 of [ / ] The Unstable Foundation
Transonym: 6 of [--] The Decreasing Evolution
Varonym: [Reverse] Mitigate
Proxonym: < or >



Compare to The Numerical Tarot

Compare to The Isomorphic Tarot

Compare to The Landscape 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 Seasonal Tarot by Guy and Charlene Palm

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