A bachelor, priest, clergyman, hermit; monastic order, monastery, church; religion or cult; devotion, rite, ritual, ceremony. Another version says: “Death, failure, miscarriage, delay, deception, disappointment, despair.” (W.) Reversed: Justified doubt, fear or mistrust, scruple, shame, imprisonment; timidity, pudor.
Dogma, dogmatism, ecclesiastic spirit, scholastic mind, creed, rite, ritual, ceremonial. The persons representing these. Hard judgment, orthodoxy, rigid attitude of mind, asceticism. Intolerance, inquisition. The ‘fear of God’ may well be turned into hatred of mankind. In weak cases, there may be swearing, atheism, agnosticism, shyness, miscarriage, shame, false evidence given, error of judgment. In strong cases, the mind is scrupulous, conscientious, and in strict accord with time and fashi