Queen of [ / ] Spades:
The Gruesome Nuisance:
-- Nasty and Annoying

Abusive, hating, malicious, mean
Profane, sorrowful, hideous scene
Extravagant bombast, boasting gall
Outrageous obsessing, wanting all

Description:
A cruel looking woman with an evil smile, drives a sword through a bloody heart. She is pissed.

She hates you. She wants only sorrow and misery for you. She is hostile. If you try to talk to her you will get nothing but profanity and insults. She is vulgar. For crying’ out loud woman, cross your legs!

She exaggerates her condition. You didn’t really do that much, she is just obsessing over it and fixating on every bad thing. Her behavior is definitely outrageous. She is bombastic.

A Sensorial Soul in a Cerebral Family.

Gruesome, because, like the 3 of [ / ] she is malicious and obscene.
Nuisance, because, like the 9 of [X] reversed she outrageous and bombastic.

Nasty, because, like the 3 of [ / ] she hates everyone and curses.
Annoying, because, like the 9 of [X] reversed she is obsessive and won't go away... ever.

Consult:
3 of [ / ]
9 of [X] Reversed

Compare:
Varonym: [Reverse] The Bohemain Oracle
Proxonym: < or >

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Key: [+] = Addition-Diamonds-Coins ... [X] = Multiplication-Hearts-Cups ... [--] = Subtraction-Clubs-Staves ... [ / ] = Division-Spades-Swords

[A] = Ameliorate Major ... [D] = Deteriorate Major

Antonym = Meanings that are opposite in an investive vs. divestive way e.g. [+] to [--], or [X] to [ / ]
Coronym = Meanings that correlate in a quantitative vs. qualitative way e.g. [+] & [X], or [--] & [ / ]
Transonym = Meanings that are equidistantly similar i.e. from the same sphere of influence, e.g. 1&9, or 2&8, or 3&7, or 4&6
Varonym = Meanings that are variable across a spectrum of possibilities that exists across antonymous cards in their upright & reversed states
Proxonym = Meanings that evolve seqentially across each suit from one card to the next


The Isomorphic Tarot by Guy Palm

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