When it All Falls Down

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Catastrophe strikes us all, from time to time. It is often unpredictable, making the upheaval even more difficult to deal with. It’s almost impossible to prepare for what you can’t see coming. The tarot card that represents these moments of sudden devastation is The Tower. Traditional depictions usually show a tower being struck by lightning. The structure is severely damaged, and human figures are plummeting from the collapsing edifice. It’s…

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This publication is dedicated to exploring the tarot as a tool of self-reflection and personal growth.

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