Interpretation of the card: the Chariot (arcana n ° 7)
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The Chariot is a mystery of triumph: it is a real positive momentum when it comes out. Often it represents a benevolent stranger to the consultant. He is a traveler, a sportsman, an explorer, a militiaman, a preacher, a religious… He is generally male and is between 40 and 60 years old.
The emotional situation of the consultant changes in his favor. Now is a good time to start leading an existence together.
The tender and sure affection reigns in the couple despite a slight violent inherent in the partner.
If the consultant is still looking for a soul mate, exciting news and spicy adventures are coming!
The consultant has an enviable professional or social situation. Career advancement and success are due to the consultant’s ambition and grasp.
University exams in philosophy, languages or history are under good auspices.
The Chariot announces favorable business transitions and successful deals. Associations are successful and contracts are important. Import-export activities are particularly favored.
The consultant has an iron health. He is at the maximum of his vitality and his balance. Its shape is perfect; moreover, sport and good humor are precious allies that should not be underestimated.
The Chariot represents a man who tends to obstruct: aggressive, oppressive and tyrannical, he teaches the consultant the need to fight and avoid disastrous projects.
The Chariot indicates a situation of great dissatisfaction in the couple’s relationship with the consultant. This can lead to breakdown; the overly strong temperament of the consultant or partner is almost always responsible.
Affectionate misfortunes, bitterness and flight are to be expected.
Big troubles are due to mistakes or overly bellicose attitudes of the consultant. Conflicts between colleagues caused by envy and jealousy are predicted by the Chariot.
A business trip may be delayed or end in a fiasco due to delays or incidents.
In the company of a positive card, the Chariot simply reflects the consultant’s fears regarding an interview, an examination or a trip for which he does not feel up to par.
The disproportion in default or in excess is the major problem of the consultant. Large commercial losses and investments unsuitable for the possibilities are predicted by the Chariot.
The imbalance, fatigue and energy expenditure greater than the possibilities bring the consultant to risk of injury and bleeding. The thighs, liver and pancreas may be out of balance.
The Chariot is easier to live in place than upside down, although positive predictions depend on the consultant’s choices and actions.