final phase, swan-song, cut to the chase
In music, a coda is a concluding section of a composition extraneous to its usual form; it is a pieces closing gesture, its final word. Al Coda (ahl-COH-dah) means to the coda, and is a directive to the musician to advance from where they are in the score to the coda section, which is delineated by the symbol seen at the center of the Al Coda Card.
In a casting, the Al Coda Card indicates a movement into a final phase. Musically, codas can be very dramatic, and in a casting this card can indicate a kind of swan-song, a going out with a bang; it can also serve as a directive to the querent to cut to the chase, to get things over with.
To divine the meaning of this card in a casting, consider the Solfege Die it was drawn above or under.
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