Italian Sibilla Meanings For Divination:
9 di Quadri – I Deliranti
Key Words: Opposition, confusion, setbacks, delirium, exaltation, intoxication.
9 di Quadri depicts three young men making their way home after an evening of carousing. They appear to be drunk, and the two men on either side are supporting the man between them, who may be too intoxicated to remain upright on his own.
I Delirante can be translated as “the delerious or delusional.” In La Vera Sibilla, this card carries the keywords: contrarietà, which means “setback” or “adversity;” and esaltazione, which means “elation,” or “intoxication.”
Drunkeness – a symbol of loss of control; or senseless or careless behavior.
How to read I Deliranti:
The 9 di Quadri is a card of opposition.
This card represents setbacks in one’s plans, delays, adversity, unpredictable behavior, a lack of responsibility, clash with friends or colleagues, a confusing situation, misunderstandings and disputes.
I Deliranti warns of mental confusion, ineptitude, or an inability to take decisive action in order to meet one’s objectives.
Il Deliranti can represent a loss of control or carelessness due to intoxication both literally (as with alcohol or drugs), and figuratively (as with power or love). This card can also signify a binge related to alcohol, drugs, food or sex.
This card can represent carousing, partying, going out drinking, being under the influence, disorderly conduct, practical jokes, a crazy adventure, troubled youths, an unruly mob.
In health readings, I deliranti can signify delirium brought on by fever, or the fogginess brought on by hay fever or allergies. With Sospiri there is the indication of alcohol or drug addiction. With Il Pensiero, mental imbalance. With Vecchia Signora, dementia.
In the reversed position:
I Deliranti in the reversed position brings a very unfavorable influence: errors in judgement, failure of plans, problems worsen, wasted efforts, debauchery, addiction, mental imbalance, mania, dementia.