- meaning of Symbolon card and archetype -

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Interpretation of the card:
Our card depicts Mnemosyne, similar to the statue found in the Vatican. On the left, the dark water of Lethe flows from a cave, and on the right, the water of Mnemosyne flows. Mnemosyne stands at the meeting point of the two streams, illuminated by the water of remembrance in her presence. Her hands are covered by her clothes, as she does not heal with them like a doctor. Instead, she is the helper of the soul. The cicada is her symbolizing animal.

Astrological Sign: Cancer/Sagittarius ︱ Planet: Moon/Jupiter
The meaning of Mnemosyne Symbolon card
1) As a single or first card The problem
At this moment, the water of Lethe flows through your soul, and you have no chance to remember. You are under the spell of forgetting and deny that a therapist resides within you. You don't even believe that there is anything you should remember. Darkness surrounds you. However, Mnemosyne wants to reach her goal and remind you that the only way to solve your problem is by starting to remember.
​​​​​​​2) As the next cardWay through the problem
On your journey through the problem, you must undergo a form of therapy. While it may be helpful to have a secular therapist, it is not necessary. Therapy involves delving deep and uncovering the truth about your soul.
3) as the last card︱​​​​​​​Result
At the end of your journey, you gained a significant realization about your inner self. This occurred when you delved deep and remembered.
Learn to use the Symbolon cards:
Unlock the power of self-discovery and understanding with Symbolon cards. This unique card deck not only helps you with self-development, but also provides insight into your astrological makeup. Whether you're looking to gain a deeper understanding of yourself or use the cards for divination, Symbolon cards are a powerful tool for personal growth and self-discovery. 
Source: Peter Orban - Thea Weller - Ingrid Zinnel: Symbolon

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