The man-made tower has been struck by lightning and is partially
destroyed. The destruction has occurred due to divine intervention.
The message of the Tower is not one of destruction or of punishment
but of unseen forces at work in our lives that bring unanticipated
changes. Man-made constructions of any kind will not bring permanent
fulfillment. For anything that is essentially material is essentially
impermanent. Saul of Tarsus, before he set out on the road to
Damascus would have drawn the Tower. Martin Luther, before lightning
struck him off his horse, would also have picked the Tower.
A crisis that changes our plans but which sets us on an entirely
unexpected but redemptive path is foretold by the Tower.
Unexpected and unanticipated events have thrown the questioner
into a period of uncertainty and doubt. You are about to embark
on a new and exciting path. Your movement in a positive direction
will be greatly accelerated if you view this change in a positive
Fate can attract your attention gently, as with a feather, or
more adamantly, as with a two-by-four upside the head. The Tower
reversed indicates that the questioner has been given a warning
about their direction and has chosen to ignore it. The crisis
will occur again in a harsher form. One definition of insanity
is to continue in the same behavior expecting a different result.