Favorable: Material trouble - destitution, impoverishment,
overextension of credit, bankruptcy. Loneliness - sometimes
refers to divorce and crippling alimony, child support; for the
supporting parent, non-payment of same. Unemployment, cessation
Unfavorable: Poverty in material things but riches in spirit,
as St. Francis. Also, love (but probably temporary) and
Favorable: Loss due not to the vagaries of fortune but the
machinations of another. Conquest by physical strength.
Spite, slander; defeat.
Unfavorable: Weakness, either of physical strength or of will.
Otherwise, the same.
Favorable: A situation which does not live up to expectations,
whether it be a job, a relationship (or even marriage), receipt of
money, purchase of a "bargain," or any other. The state is "as
advertised" but does not wholly live up to one's hopes.
Unfavorable: Return of an old friend or lover, reconciliation.
News, new alliances, new affinities.
Favorable: Imitation of reality, as for instance a battle on
stage or in a movie; dramatization of struggles; allowing one's life
to become or turning one's life into a soap-opera. Viewing the
world in black and white.
Unfavorable: Guile and contradiction but also, properly
supported, the triumph over these. Confusion in legal matters;
litigation. Beaurocracy and red tape.