Do you want to know what the meaning of The Lenormand Tower card is? Are you curious what Tower's beginner interpretation might be? Here is how to read The Lenormand Tower card! Includes Tower meanings for love, timing, as a person and more!
Below are the interpretations and meanings of the Tower Lenormand card. However, on this site, I also have Tower card combinations, feel free to check that out too!
Keywords: Authority, government, politics, organizations, standing out, standing alone, isolation, independence, buildings, towers.
GENERAL TOWER MEANING
Because the government can play a consistent role in most people’s lives, I usually take the Tower to represent it (and that is the traditional interpretation). You will start to notice tons of Tower cards rearing their heads during tax week; honestly, it is so weird how the cards just seem to know these things are going on! The Tower can also highlight the effect of political elections on your seeker’s life so watch for this during political debates.
If the Tower card isn't the government, then it will be another organization that your client is a part of. Sometimes, the Tower will literally be tall buildings, but a group or club doesn’t need to have a physical address to be represented by this card.
In the figurative sense, Tower is your seeker standing out from the crowd and raising above those around them. Sometimes this can be an excellent exercise in independence. However, this can also be negative because your seeker may be isolated by their peers and if they’re standing alone, there is usually a reason why.
SPECIFIC TOWER MEANINGS
Love Meaning: In general, The Tower is not very desirable for relationships as it can mean that your seeker will feel distant from their partner. Perhaps their lover is unreliable. Alternatively, it can represent oneness and the single life.
Career Meaning: The Tower can represent a job for the government or the building your seeker works in.
Business Meaning: In a business reading, The Tower can represent the seeker’s business premises or business tax from the government.
Positive: In a good reading, The Tower represents independence and an ability for the seeker to stand on their own two feet.
Negative: In a negative reading, The Tower speaks of loneliness and a lack of people the seeker can confide in.
So, that's it for Tower Lenormand card meanings. And, if you’re reading a Grand Tableau and you’re struggling to interpret what your cards mean in each of the houses, be sure to check out the Grand Tableau Reference!
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