The Library is a card of sudden change and catastrophy. The Schoolgirl, confronted with a challenge to the things she believes, responds by destroying the things she used to love. Similarly, this card may signal an abrupt, fiery, and catastrophic change in the your life, as the structures which no longer serve you come crashing down.
In a reading, the Library speaks to a situation when, dismayed by something which has happened to us, we destroy the things we love most. This is not always a bad thing; sometimes, the old must be demolished to make way for the new. But good or bad, it is a symbol of chaos and destruction, the end of something we love.
Keywords: Chaos Catastrophy Change Upheaval
Sometimes, everything just... goes... wrong. The arrival of this card presents the grim news that we are done. The path is ended. Things have not turned out as we planned. People seldom plan for the end. As frustrating as this moment is, we may take solace in the idea that we can not be any more done; the dead need not fear dying.
In a reading, it represents the worst possible outcome. A catastrophic failure, some cataclysmic setback that awaits us.
Keywords: Disaster Catastrophy Upheaval Failure End
The Portal is one of the wildest and most powerful cards in the Tarot. It signifies a drastic departure not only from one's plan but perhaps even from everything that had once been thought of as solid and reliable; Upheaval and the onset of sudden change that can not be anticipated.
In a reading, the Portal may represent the sudden, crashing appearance of something which we are not only unprepared for, but we can't ever prepare for.
Keywords: Change Disruption Upheaval