Astrological Counterpart: Pluto, the reedemer, the symbol of radical and inevitable changes, the final wake up call;
Mythological Correspondent: digging up the treasure, the rescue of the princess, the discovery of the Philosopher's Stone, the resurrection of gods, goddesses and heroes or their return from the underworld. Examples include Inanna, Osiris, Orpheus, Odysseus, Heracles, Psyche and Aeneas;
Cabalistic Counterpart: Shin;
I Ching Correspondent: 40 Hsieh/Deliverance.
The Judgement card shows a number of naked men, women and children resurrected from their graves by the trumpet call of the Archangel Gabriel. The tidal waves or mountains depicted in the background are a metaphor for the fact that it's impossible to avoid judgement. The angel's banner shares some similarities with the Magician's garment. What this card indicates is that every end is followed by a new beginning and viceversa. But now isn't a good time to jump to conclusions. Let things settle down on their own terms. Otherwise, you'll make mistakes you'll come to regret.
Work: Your every move on the work front is closely watched. Make a good impression by putting extra effort into whatever you're doing at the moment. Now isn't the time to slough off work assignments. Give them your best shot and you'll reap the fruits of your labor in no time.
Love: If you're spoken for, the upcoming experiences can either make or break your relationship. Let you better half know what you want in a partner by verbalizing your thoughts and feelings. If you're single, you're likely to meet someone new but don't jump to conclusions right away.
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