Death, Seven of Rods, Eight of Swords
So first up, we see Death. And we are scared, because it means change or transformation, at the very least. And it might actually mean death. At the very least, it means things aren’t going to be the same. But it might just mean that it’s time to let go of old things to make room for new. Opposite Death we see the Eight of Swords. She’s struggling. Feeling trapped, surrounded by disaster, and possibly illness. Yeah, this just keeps on getting better and better.
But set between these two cards, we see the Seven of Rods again. Things are not hopeless. We just need to get up and fight.