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: Barrier, obstacle, difficult, enduring or literally, wilderness
Timing: Twenty-one days, three months, the third or 21st of the month; delays, winter
Detail: The Mountain card blocks and holds back. It’s something requiring endurance or a struggle to overcome. It represents difficult, inflexible, stable or solid. It can also indicate elevated.
Compare: Compare the enduring Mountain to the fleeting Clover.
21 Mountain + 23 Mice = Diminishing barrier
21 Mountain + 20 Garden = Mountain climbing group
21 Mountain + 1 Rider = Approaching difficulties
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