7. Letter (Kipper card meanings)

7. Letter (Original Kipper Wahrsagekarten, Königsfurt-Urania, 2005)

Also known as the Pleasant letter, card number seven is sure to bring good tidings. It is a symbol of communication, be it through telephone, by letter, email, Skype or any other form of long-distance correspondence. Seeing it in a spread many signal something is on its way and about to arrive to its destination.

While not directional per se, the interpretation of the card is highly dependant on its position in relation to the significator. If it is behind the person’s back, it tends to represent slander, especially if the False person card is also close by. Under the significator, it means denial and refusing to accept the truth. If, on the other hand, it used to describe an individual, it can stand for a communicative, open and talkative individual, a good writer, a postman or someone working in marketing. In the context of health, it can denote a prescription, lab results, or a referral to see a specialist.

The timing of the Letter is comparatively short-term and signals a time frame under one week. Since timing in general can be tricky business, a separate article on the topic will be posted to cover it in greater depth.