The Tower: Tarot Card Meaning

The Tower tarot card meaning

The Tower tarot card is the 16th card in the major arcana that often indicates a time of chaos and sudden changes.  The Tower is the foundation of anything that shakes your current sense of security.

Astrology: Mars

Element: Fire

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The Tower Tarot Card Represents:

Chaos, Disaster, Loss, Tragedy, Sudden upheaval, Change, Exposure, Pain, Confusion

General meaning – Upright

In general – The Tower card is all about change, often sudden unwanted, unavoidable change that will be life changing in some way.

It can indicate a natural disaster, a shocking truth about a situation in your life, or the sudden loss of someone or something in your life, that has left you devastated.

Due to this you may be feeling insecure, angry, confrontational, depressed, and fearful of how you will cope, and how things will turn out.

NOTE:  These tarot meanings are just a basic guide only.  Tarot readings are never set in stone.  Depending on where the card falls within the spread will determine the meaning, and whether the card refers to you the (querent-person seeking the answers) or someone around you.

Tarot is a tool that can also help you to connect to your intuition.  Listen to what your intuition is telling you when reading Tarot cards.

The Tower: Tarot Card Meaning – Reversed

The Tower tarot card meaning reversed

Discover the meaning of  The Tower tarot card reversed.  This tarot card is the 16th card in the major arcana that often indicates a crisis is looming.

Astrology: Mars

Element: Fire

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(Reversed) The Tower tarot card Represents:

Fear of suffering, Disaster avoided, Resisting change

General meaning – Reversed

In general – The Tower card reversed warns some type of crisis is looming.  You may be trying hard to prevent the change or outcome this event or situation may bring.

Things are not as they may seem.  In other words, lies and deceit remain uncovered leaving the Tower still standing.  You may have avoided the disaster this time.  If so it is important that you learn by it, so you don’t experience it again.

The Tower reversed can also indicate you need to face the situation and deal with it. As much as none of us like to face and experience painful situations, doing so can bring much peace.

This will lead to a new beginning.

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NOTE:  These tarot meanings are just a basic guide only.  Tarot readings are never set in stone.  Depending on where the card falls within the spread will determine the meaning, and whether the card refers to you the (querent-person seeking the answers) or someone around you.

Tarot is a tool that can also help you to connect to your intuition.  Listen to what your intuition is telling you when reading Tarot cards. 

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