Depending on position, the card may take a noun (person, place or thing) or descriptive meaning (such as an adjective). Both examples are provided. The cards can also be very literal, so literal meanings, if applicable, are provided as well.
Quick hit: Chronic, sex, critical, argumentative
Timing: Eleven days, weeks, months, the 11th of the month, November; repetitive
Detail: The Whip card is also called the Birch Rod or Broom. It speaks to repetitive acts, such as ongoing criticism, conflicts or disputes. More lightly, it may indicate a passionate discussion. It can also refer to sex or repetitive athletic activities. Note that some schools rely on the Lily card to mean sex instead.
Compare: Compare the repetitive nature of Whip to the fleeting nature of Clover.
11 Whip + 7 Snake = Constant trouble
11 Whip + 4 House = House shopping
11 Whip + 12 Birds = Heated discussion
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