The Moon

The Moon

Astrological Counterpart: Pisces ruled by Neptune, the visionary, the sign of mysticism and the subconscious, the symbol of dreams, illusions and uncertainty;
Mythological Correspondent: King Minos of Crete's labyrinth or the legendary journeys of Orpheus, Odysseus, Heracles, Psyche and Aeneas in the underworld;
Cabalistic Counterpart: Qoph;
I Ching Correspondent: 29 K'an/The Abysmal (Water).

The Moon is, above all, a card of duality. There are two towers depicted in it as well as a dog and a wolf. No wonder it symbolizes ambivalence, contradictory feelings and mood swings. It usually indicates that you're about to experience a spiritual crisis, regardless of whether you believe in a supreme being or practice any kind of religion. This may be a time of deep emotional conflict and a decision has to be made. You're advised to rely on your senses rather than your logic, especially if you're having all sorts of dreams and déjà vus. Dive deep and examine what's making you feel uneasy.

Work: Your co-workers and higher-ups are likely to misinterpret you and maybe you'll have a hard time understanding what they mean too. There's also the possibility that you'll achieve a goal but ultimately feel it wasn't worth the stress and efforts. However, money matters are stable.

Love: Now isn't a good time to make the decision whether to put an end to your current relationship or to give it another shot. Expect some confusion and misunderstanding in the romance department. Be patient, let things settle down a bit before you make any kind of approach.

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