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Constellation of the Lovers


The Constellation of the Lovers
The Principle of Relatedness and Choice
Lovers – Devil – Sixes


Keywords: Attraction and Division. Synergy and Separation. Exchange. Sharing and Relating. Reciprocity. Vitality. Sensuality. Connectedness. Ability to Discriminate between Good and Evil. Temptation. Obsession.

The Lovers represents an attraction that was destined to be. It also represents the synergy of the twins Tefnut and Shu, from whom many of the other gods are descended. This version of the Lovers also represents separation since Tefnut got mad at Shu once and left him. The Lovers represents an exchange of feelings with another and the happiness that comes from sharing and relating with another. It emphasizes the sensuality that occurs between two people who love each other. It also suggests all that is possible when one is connected to someone else. The appearance of the Tree of the Knowledge of Good and Evil suggests the importance of that knowledge when choosing a mate.

The Devil represents an attraction to something or someone that has a divisive effect on one’s life. It represents a separation and disconnect from one’s divine self that causes one to focus on selfishness and materialism. The Devil throws an interesting light on reciprocity – you can’t get something for nothing, and sometimes the cost is too great. It suggests a physical attraction and physical desires. It represents a temptation towards evil. It suggests an obsession with something that binds one to what one is obsessed by.

As a challenge to maintaining and sustaining a relationship, the 6 Wands suggests that diplomacy is the key. As a challenge to take responsibility for one’s choices, it suggests having the strength to stand out from the crowd for what you believe in. As a gift one must face in relating to others, it represents being presented with good news. As a challenge one must face in relating to others, it represents not letting confidence turn into arrogance.

As a challenge to maintaining and sustaining a relationship, the 6 Cups represents the need to take pleasure in the simple things in life. As a challenge to take responsibility for one’s choices, it suggests the need to see how the present is founded upon the events of the past. As a gift one must face in relating to others, it represents a pleasant reunion with a friend or associate with whom one has lost touch. As a challenge one must face in relating to others, it suggests letting fond memories of the past color one’s perceptions in the present.

As a challenge to maintaining and sustaining a relationship, the 6 Swords suggests the desire to run away from problems instead of face them. As a challenge to take responsibility for one’s choices, it represents accepting the consequences of one’s actions. As a gift one must face in relating to others, it suggests a person who pushes one into doing something one needs to do but otherwise wouldn’t do. As a challenge one must face in relating to others, it suggests being pushed away.

As a challenge to maintaining and sustaining a relationship, the 6 Disks suggests the balance between being generous with one’s wealth and keeping it to oneself. As a challenge to take responsibility for one’s choices, it represents the need to have things well in hand. As a gift one must face in relating to others, it represents giving back part of what fate has given to one. As a challenge one must face in relating to others, it suggests having one’s hand forced.

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