Astrological Counterpart: Scorpio ruled by Pluto, the catalyst, the ruler of the underworld, the symbol of death, rebirth and transformation;
Mythological Correspondent: brothers Thanatos (Death) and Hypnos (Sleep) who are the children of Nyx (Night);
Cabalistic Counterpart: Nun;
I Ching Correspondent: 59 Huan/Dispersion (Dissolusion).
Death is probably the most dreaded and misunderstood card in the entire Tarot deck. It rarely represents the end of someone's life. Actually, there are situations where it can prove to be surprisingly favorable. What it really symbolizes is transformation. The more accepting of change you are, the better the outcome. Don't forget that in order to rise from your own ashes more powerful than ever before, something inside you must die. Or maybe you should let go of someone dear. The time has come to leave toxic attachments behind and move on. You're stronger than you think.
Work: If you hate your job but you find it difficult to resign because you've got a steady income, man up and make that decision. Deep inside you know that it's not for you and you can do way better than that. Don't let fate do it for you. The time has come to walk out with your head held high.
Love:If you keep putting off the decision to break up with your partner because you're afraid of the unknown, you're doing neither yourself or your significant other any favors. If it looks like a duck, swims like a duck and quacks like a duck, then it probably is a duck. Don't fool yourself.
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