Astrological Counterpart: Gemini ruled by Mercury, the interviewer, the symbol of the intellect and communication.
Mythological Correspondent: the embodiment of the Morning Star, the goddess of love, Aphrodite, Inanna and Venus and her winged male acolyte Eros, Amor or Cupid, Paris, the man who was supposed to choose between Hera, Athena and Aphrodite;
Cabalistic Counterpart: Zain;
I Ching Correspondent: 8 Pi/Holding Together (Union).
The angel that protects the Lovers from above represents the higher octave of their earthly lust symbolized by the snake. This refinement represents true love. To be more specific, he is Raphael, the angel of Air, a primordial element associated with the intellect and communication. No wonder this card usually indicates romantic partnerships. However, it can also point to your inner male/female duality. The mountain is a metaphor for the masculine energy while the water stands for the feminine one. The Lovers are also the embodiment of perfection, harmony and reciprocity.
Work: If this card appears in your reading, it means that you're ambivalent about your current job. Or maybe you're facing quite a difficult work-related decision. Check your facts and figures thoroughly before you make a choice. Now isn't the time to mix business with romance.
Love: If you're in a relationship, you might realize that your partner is your soulmate. Either that or you'll start a new chapter together. If you're single, you're closer than ever to finding your better half. Or maybe you'll rekindle an old flame. Either way, the future looks bright.
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