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n.1.(O. Eng. Law) A complainant; a plaintiff.
1.An inquirer.
Webster's Revised Unabridged Dictionary, published 1913 by G. & C. Merriam Co.
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"Like the tarot, a layout is symbolic" (Riley 252) but it is not easily discerned what the layout may symbolize to anyone but the querent. The spreads of cards prove consistent within the scene: nine cards laid out in a row.
I witnessed this exact situation once, and the querent was completely discomfited when the woman responded, "I never learned," but a blond guy said, "I can help--I grew up in Mexico City."
The explanation of hexagrams, gua ci [TEXT NOT REPRODUCIBLE IN ASCII], or interpretation of scared texts of kau cim becomes a dialogic communication between the fortune teller and the inquirer or the temple priest and a querent, much like the psychological counseling between the therapist and his/her patient.
But this particular card, one of the major arcana, is not necessarily about the querent's death.
The magic is doughy; the querent tries to detach it from his hands.
The absence of Hobbit individuals from the deck is in keeping with the modern practice of removing a card as a "significator" to represent the querent for whom a "reading" is done to avoid the possibility of its contradictory appearance as the outcome of a spread.