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  1. That’s an intriguing depiction of The Tower. So much forward momentum and energy bursting out and in such a positive way too. I like it πŸ™‚ :).

    When in your journey did The Tower become you favourite card? I’m interested because it’s usually a card people aren’t too fond of. I can’t think of a favourite myself, apart from maybe The Empress for sticking it out and forcing my revelation πŸ˜›

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  2. Wow, I love this! I’ve always associated The Tower with doom and gloom, so this is something new and very positive. I started tarot recently, but of the ones that have just come up, the Queen of Cups is my favorite – probably because of the intuition and emotional maturity associated with it. I aim to be the Queen of Cups! πŸ™‚

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    1. I’m glad that you appreciate my take on the Tower. I believe that all of the cards are positive because they each represent an archetype or feeling or situation or some aspect of our life and spiritual experience. The Queen of Cups has a lot to teach us about emotional intelligence. What a great role model! It’s so cool that you’ve started to learn the tarot!

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