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Tarot Readings for You for March 29, 2015 Sunday©

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GUIDANCE      Into each life comes difficulties. What we do with them enlarges or shrinks them, or makes them a turning point. I like to read this fellow who says shorting stocks in a market crash gets him rich. You can do that in social and spiritual and mental life and even in your physical life too. You just have to have that glint of strategy in your eye, and maybe be light of foot and thick of skin, depending upon the flavor of the difficulty. Whining spoils that party, big time. You make money looking for troubles and selling the fix, and you make happiness that way too. Capitalizing on difficulties is today’s study.

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‘Group Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages from the pictures of the three cards you see – to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.

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Wheel of Fortune – Moon – Ten of Cups

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Good Luck, Accursed Luck (Wheel of Fortune and Moon)

Tarot Readings: The Winning Side: Be There (Wheel of Fortune and Ten of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Everybody’s Got Problems (Moon and Ten of Cups)

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Tarot Readings: Good Luck, Accursed Luck (Wheel of Fortune and Moon)

Good luck or bad luck, we stick together.

Good people have the worst luck.

Bad people have the best luck.

Good things happen to bad people.

Bad things happen to good people.

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Tarot Readings: The Winning Side: Be There (Wheel of Fortune and Ten of Cups)

A bad marriage is the best thing that ever happened to me.

We make the best happen in the worst times.

This rundown house is a money-maker.

A fixer-upper house in a good neighborhood is quite an opportunity.

The silver lining in this cloud is good for everybody.

Some people’s good luck kicks in when they are desperate.

My destiny is to be miserable until I find my joy.

Everybody’s problem is a grand opportunity.

We win against the worst odds, and we celebrate.

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Tarot Readings: Everybody’s Got Problems (Moon and Ten of Cups)

When things go wrong, having a circle of friends pays off.

The happiest people are capitalizing on what they have been through.

People get together about a bad situation, and a miracle happens.

Difficulties are everyone’s fate.

Everybody has miracles, everybody has disasters.

Some of us enjoy taking dangerous chances.

Among respectable people are criminals who scored big.

Everybody here has a gambling habit.

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Wheel of Fortune – Moon – Ten of Cups

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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………………………     Here’s Moon lite again. Today Moon, a miserable card (hey, it means that, even!) is sandwiched between grand opportunity and happily ever after (Wheel of Fortune and Ten of Cups respectively). Wheel of Fortune is grand good luck, miracle, wonderful thing(s) happening, and Moon is disaster and awful things happening. Ten of Cups breaks the tie with ‘Everybody’s happy about that.’ So we are making a rainbow out of the cloud, capitalizing on a loss, coming out of the trouble smelling like a rose.

………………………..     Wheel of Fortune is usually good luck: miracle, wonderful, scoring, opportunity, reward, the magic moment or optimum moment, coincidence, best, big break, paying off, winning at gambling, jackpot, the best thing that could ever happen, windfall, moneymaker … and more. Those are its frequent translates. It means destiny, fate, and karma too. It often says ‘happens.’

Wheel of Fortune can be about interference of spirits in human affairs too. That is what the complex illustration demonstrates. The red lizard is a bad-guy spirit, the sphinx is suspect, the critters with wings and books, I dunno, but they aren’t planetary citizens. At the center of what looks for all the world like a gambling wheel is both the name of God in Hebrew and a word from myths (one of them having to do with Apollo) that means wheel or wheel of fortune. The fifty-some names of God in Hebrew are extensively used in magic and in secret societies.

……………………….. Moon is infernal – the path to hell in Greek and Roman myth or myths. (Yes, they had hell too.) The two towers are the tip-off to that. They marked the end of the earth for unsuspecting travelers, lest they encounter the dragons that live there, or walk off earth’s ledge. So it can be just about any awful thing, and it is one of the heavy cards unless it is in polite company like we have here.

Lobster (purple, yet) goes on an overland journey. Dog and coyote are seen together. The crooked path through the swamp. The full moon. Those are also big hints that this is a very not-nice card.

Moon would create bad luck, infernal luck, misfortune and so on with Wheel of Fortune if Ten of Cups were not standing in the way of that.

Moon means evil, horrible, terrible, miserable, cancer and sick, fear, hate, death, dementia, addiction, out-of-control or chaos, wrong, bad scene, sin, haunting, fester, dank and filth, etc., hazardous, bad road, impossible, drastic … you can fill in the rest.

But Moon also means simple things like mistake, worst case scenario, dream (not just nightmare), in disrepair, guilt, a mess, counterfeit, lie, ugly, consequences, hurt feelings. In just the right setting, it can mean The Muse.

……………………….. Ten of Cups is simpler than the other two of today’s Tarot cards. Everybody calls it ‘happily ever after.’ The stereotype dream life: the couple’s estate with the rainbow over it, two perfect kids prancing happily about, couple embracing. Its meanings are about the respectable moneyed people being the good people. Think the Moral Majority of a few years ago. It typically is about marriage, couple, spouse, people who are a group or have some thing in common, family, neighborhood, happiness, being accepted, being a member. It stands in for any respectable group of humans from mama and papa to international. It translates ‘everybody’ easily, and phrases like ‘we all’ or ‘all of us.’

Today takes both the highs and the lows in stride, and levels them into ordinary everyday reality. Yeah, there’s the divine and the infernal aspects to my life, but, you know, but I’ve got dishes to do and I have to be up to go to work tomorrow, so, latah with all that.

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Now we show where each of the phrases in each of the sentences comes from:

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Tarot Readings: Good Luck, Accursed Luck (Wheel of Fortune and Moon)

Good luck Wheel of Fortune or bad luck Moon, we stick together Ten of Cups.

Good people Ten of Cups have the worst Moon luck Wheel of Fortune.

Bad Moon people Ten of Cups have the best luck Wheel of Fortune.

Bad Moon things happen Wheel of Fortune to good people Ten of Cups.

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Tarot Readings: The Winning Side: Be There (Wheel of Fortune and Ten of Cups)

A bad Moon marriage Ten of Cups is the best thing Wheel of Fortune that ever happened Wheel of Fortune to me.

This rundown Moon house Ten of Cups is a money-maker Wheel of Fortune.

A fixer-upper Moon house Ten of Cups in a good neighborhood Ten of Cups is quite an opportunity Wheel of Fortune.

The silver lining in this cloud Moon is good for Wheel of Fortune everybody Ten of Cups.

Some people’s Ten of Cups good luck kicks in Wheel of Fortune when they are desperate Moon.

My destiny Wheel of Fortune is to be miserable Moon until I find my joy Ten of Cups.

Everybody’s Ten of Cups problem Moon is a grand opportunity Wheel of Fortune.

We Ten of Cups win Wheel of Fortune against Moon the worst Moon odds Wheel of Fortune, and we celebrate Ten of Cups.

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Tarot Readings: Everybody’s Got Problems (Moon and Ten of Cups)

When things go wrong Moon, having a circle of friends Ten of Cups pays off Wheel of Fortune.

The happiest people Ten of Cups are capitalizing Wheel of Fortune on what they have been through Moon.

People get together Ten of Cups about a bad situation Moon, and a miracle happens Wheel of Fortune.

Difficulties Moon are everyone’s Ten of Cups fate Wheel of Fortune.

Everybody Ten of Cups has miracles Wheel of Fortune, everybody Ten of Cups has disasters Moon.

Some of us Ten of Cups enjoy Ten of Cups taking dangerous Moon chances Wheel of Fortune.

Among respectable people Ten of Cups are criminals Moon who scored big Wheel of Fortune .

Everybody here Ten of Cups has a gambling Wheel of Fortune habit Wheel of Fortune .

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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……….………….      Wheel of Fortune and Moon      GOOD LUCK, ACCURSED LUCK Good luck or bad luck. The worst luck. Bad _ have the best luck. Bad things happen. A bad _ is the best thing that ever happened to me. This rundown _ is a money-maker. A fixer-upper is quite an opportunity. The silver lining in this cloud. Good luck kicks in when _ (are) desperate. My destiny is to be miserable. Problem is a grand opportunity. Win against the worst odds. When things go wrong, _ pays off. Capitalizing on what (they) have been through. A bad situation, and a miracle happens. Difficulties are fate. Miracles … disasters. Taking dangerous chances. Criminals who score big. Gambling habit. x..

……….…………      Wheel of Fortune and Ten of Cups      Good luck, we stick together. Good people have the _ luck. People have the best luck. Things happen to good people. THE WINNING SIDE: BE THERE Marriage is the best thing that ever happened to me. House is a money-maker. House is a good neighborhood is quite an opportunity. The silver lining … is good for everybody. Some people’s good luck. To be miserable until I find my joy. Everybody’s _ is a grand opportunity. We win and we celebrate. Having a circle of friends pays off. The happiest people are capitalizing on …. People get together, and a miracle happens. Everyone’s fate. Everyone has miracles. Some of us enjoy …. Among respectable people are _ who scored big. Everybody here has a gambling _. x..

……..…………     Moon and Ten of Cups     Bad luck, we stick together. _ people have the worst _. Bad people. Bad things _ to good people. A bad marriage. This rundown house in a good neighborhood. Bad neighborhood. A fixer-upper house in a good neighborhood. … in this cloud is good for everybody. Some people … are desperate. Miserable until I find my joy. Everybody’s problem. We _ against the worst odds, and we celebrate. EVERYBODY’S GOT PROBLEMS When things go wrong, having a circle of friends …. The happiest people are _ on what they have been through. People get together about a bad situation. Difficulties are everyone’s. Everybody has disasters. Some of enjoy dangerous …. Among respectable people are criminals …. Everybody here has a habit. x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Wheel of Fortune……….. Wheel of Fortune stylizes the idea of interference in human affairs by both good and bad spiritual influences (including God). On the rim of the wheel is both God’s name in the Hebrew alphabet and a word that means wheel and ‘wheel of fortune’ in myths, one involving Apollo. The Hebrew alphabet is extensively used in secret societies and magic, and this Tarot card is very much involved in magic, as you can tell by the evil red lizard, the blue sphinx, and the various winged critters with books.

Wheel of Fortune is all about coincidence, luck, destiny and fate, miracles and wonderful things happening – winning. It often translates ‘happens,’ and is almost always a ‘good’ card.

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Moon…………. Moon, you would rather not see in your spread. In real life, it seldom lives up to the doom it depicts, though, unless it is in the company of other bad-boy Tarot cards. Today Moon is in a jolly strait jacket between a miracle (Wheel of Fortune) and happily-ever-after. Today with Wheel of Fortune Moon is bad luck a lot. With Ten of Cups, it’s a bad marriage. It is the worst happening with Wheel of Fortune’s ‘happening’ meaning. It is difficulties, disrepair, the cloud, desperate, miserable, problem, things going wrong, a bad situation,disaster, danger, criminals and gambling. (It yearns for worse.)

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Ten of Cups………….Ten of Cups is innocent of all this otherworldly drama; it is about having a nice home in a nice neighborhood, with a nice spouse and some good kids, you know. Ten of Cups brings its Tarot neighbors down to earth (literally down to earth!). Ten of Cups is the good life, happily every after, any group of okay people of any size from a couple to international. It is a house as well as a home, so it’s a real estate card similar in application to Six of Cups. Ten of Cups is normal people. This card suggests that when you are good you are prosperous and happy.

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