Lenormand Tower Meaning and Combinations

19. Tower

Keywords: Authority, government, politics, organisations, standing out, standing alone, isolation, independence, buildings, towers.

General Tower Meaning

Because the government can play a consistent role in most people’s lives, I usually take the Tower to represent it (and that is the traditional interpretation). You will start to notice tons of Tower cards rearing their heads during tax week; honestly, it is so weird how the cards just seem to know these things are going on! The Tower can also highlight the effect of political elections on your seeker’s life so watch for this during political debates.

If the Tower card isn't the government, then it will be another organization that your client is a part of. Sometimes, the Tower will literally be tall buildings, but a group or club doesn’t need to have a physical address to be represented by this card.    

In the figurative sense, Tower is your seeker standing out from the crowd and raising above those around them. Sometimes this can be an excellent exercise in independence. However, this can also be negative because your seeker may be isolated by their peers and if they’re standing alone, there is usually a reason why.

Specific Tower Meanings

Love Meaning: In general, The Tower is not very desirable for relationships as it can mean that your seeker will feel distant from their partner. Perhaps their lover is unreliable. Alternatively, it can represent oneness and the single life.  

Career Meaning: The Tower can represent a job for the government or the building your seeker works in. 

Business Meaning: In a business reading, The Tower can represent the seeker’s business premises or business tax from the government.

Positive: In a good reading, The Tower represents independence and an ability for the seeker to stand on their own two feet.

Negative: In a negative reading, The Tower speaks of loneliness and a lack of people the seeker can confine in.

Tower Combinations

Tower + Rider: Arrival of an authority figure

Tower + Clover: Luck with the government, a tax rebate

Tower + Ship: Progress alone

Tower + Home: The security of your seeker’s home

Tower + Tree: A lone tree, a tall tree

Tower + Clouds: Governmental red tape

Tower + Snake: A liar who seems to be untouchable

Tower + Coffin: The death of an authority figure

Tower + Bouquet: Happy to be alone

Tower + Scythe: The end of independence

Tower + Whip: Always alone, always single

Tower + Birds: Older authority figures

Tower + Child: A child who stands out

Tower + Fox: Working alone on a project at work

Tower + Bear: An authority figure (boss, lawyer, doctor)

Tower + Stars: Recognition, fame

Tower + Stork: Move of premise

Tower + Dog: Friends in high places

Tower + Garden: An organized party or event

Tower + Mountain: Long-term isolation

Tower + Ways: Choosing to be alone

Tower + Mice: Stress over the government

Tower + Heart: Independence, lack of a relationship

Tower + Ring: A contract with an organization

Tower + Book: A library

Tower + Letter: Letter from the government

Tower + Man: An organized man

Tower + Woman: An isolated woman

Tower + Lily: A retirement home

Tower + Sun: A travel agents

Tower + Moon: A observatory

Tower + Key: Skeleton keys, master keys

Tower + Fish: Business tax

Tower + Anchor: A lighthouse

Tower + Cross: A church

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Lisa Boswell is an award-winning psychic reading teacher who currently resides in Scotland. Through her website DivinationAndFortuneTelling.com she teaches both experienced and would be diviners how they can predict the future. 

Born into a Romany Gypsy family of fortune tellers, Lisa has had an active interest in the occult from a young age. She specialises in teaching predictive divination, easy mediumship and fortune-telling. Learn more here


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    Art Illustrations: Lenormand Tower combination cheat sheet for beginners. Can be used with any card deck and as a reference for when you're learning the meanings and as a reference if you're still coming up with your own Tower combinations.

Art Illustrations: Lenormand Tower combination cheat sheet for beginners. Can be used with any card deck and as a reference for when you're learning the meanings and as a reference if you're still coming up with your own Tower combinations.