Astrological Counterpart: Venus, the symbol of femininity, love and beauty, the feminine archetype;
Mythological Correspondent: the primal Mother Goddess, regardless of whether she comes under the name Inanna, Ishtar, Anat, Astarte, Aphrodite and Demeter or Mother Earth, known as Gaia or Rhea;
Cabalistic Counterpart: Daleth;
I Ching Correspondent: 48 Dsing/The Well.
The Empress indicates creativity, fertility, abundance and maternity. She embodies and commands the feminine in all its forms. As consort of card IV, it also symbolizes the wife and marital relationships. She represents a more earthly but also sensual phase of your life. It also gives information on the connection between you and your feminine side, regardless of whether you're a man or a woman. No wonder it can also provide you with insight on your relationship with your mother. The majority of Tarot readers regard this card as a positive one that brings good news.
Work: Things should be going very well for you. Your enthusiasm and know-how can prove inspiring. As long as you get assignments that pique your interest and put your talents to good use, you're likely to do a better job than expected. Trust your gut instincts. They're never wrong.
Love: Wo/men are likely to feel more attracted to you than they usually are. You ooze sensuality and they can't help it but respond to it. It can also indicate that you're about to welcome a new member into your family. If you're single, you're expected to experience a whirlwind romance.
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