Set as the Dynamic between you

Set is a moveable sign. It indicates an upcoming change or alteration of some kind relating to the question or this position in the reading.
Set is the bad boy of the Cartouche cards. In mythology, he was the one who killed Osiris, chopped him into pieces, and then scattered him far and wide, so Isis couldn’t find him. Plot twist – she did.

Historically, he was the enemy of Horus, Osiris’ son. He’s known as the Prince of Darkness and the energies that this card brings along with it are associated with opposition delays and problems at all levels.

He was married to Nephthys, and was the father of Anubis, so if either or both of those cards appear in this reading, take a look at any potential soul contract that might be involved in this relationship.

Set was something of an agent of chaos, and is historically considered to be a fairly unsavoury character. Only you can know if this aspect of the card refers to your relationship or not.

Alternatively, if Set appears in your reading he could be pointing to hold-ups, delays, and opposition that you and your partner might have experienced.

It’s important to remember that even though Set is the Egyptian bad guy, he was ultimately defeated by Horus. Horus represents the light, where Set represents the dark. Horus overcame Set (and banished him to rule the chaotic desert), and as a couple, you could overcome the problems that you are facing right now, should you so desire.

Ironically, when you find Set in your reading, most of the setbacks, worries, and delays that you are experiencing can be put down to some sort of self-sabotage. Yes – there are problems, but when you look closely at them are you totally sure that you’re not a contributing factor?

Is one of you (or both of you) holding yourself back in some way? Do you both truly desire the result you are asking about?

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