Astrological Counterpart: the Moon, the symbol of feelings and intuition;
Mythological Correspondent: the Queen of the Sky, the Matriarch, known under the names Eurynome, Maya and Nut or coming in pairs such as Isis-Nephthys, Eve-Lilith, Inanna-Ereshkigal, Demeter-Persephone;
Cabalistic Counterpart: Gimel;
I Ching Correspondent: 2 Kun/The Receptive (Earth).
The High Priestess is a very spiritual card but it has sexual overtones too. She is regarded as the mediator between light and dark, the seen and unseen realms. This card symbolizes wisdom, serenity and knowledge. No wonder most Tarot readers consider that she holds the key to the subconscious mind. As a result, it can indicate that the time has come to listen to and follow your inner voice. This card can also tell you that an area in your life is out of balance. Therefore, one can rightfully assume that the High Priestess signals an urgent need for introspection and meditation.
Work: A pleasant surprise is likely to appear on the work front. There's a good chance you'll succeed in developing some sort of strategy that allows you to spend less time working on tedious or repetitive work assignments. You're also advised to steer clear of office drama. Avoid gossip.
Love: This can be a magical time for love. If you're a man, you're likely to fall for a woman who's playing hard to get. On the other hand, if you're a woman, you're expected to attract a bevy of admirers. No one can possibly resist your power of seduction so make sure you use it wisely.
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