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Tarot Readings for You for March 30, 2015 Monday©

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GUIDANCE         We soberly view the vagaries of adverse weather cycles alongside the vagaries of aggravating people’s outbursts. Just as we plan a trip patiently around weather hazards and road hazards, we plan our course of action around people who are likely to dump some difficulty upon our vehicle. We learn more about weather patterns that disrupt our schedule, and we learn more about pothole people: We grow wiser and calmer about avoiding cyclones, and we grow wiser and calmer about avoiding social eruptions and disruptions too.

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If you just want your daily look ahead, Guidance and Tarot Readings are all you need. ‘Guidance’ (above) is a summary of what the cards are telling visitors to be aware of this day.

‘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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Three of Swords – Hermit – Two of Pentacles

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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: Getting Older and Wiser (Hermit and Two of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Advice About Difficulties (Three of Swords and Hermit)

Tarot Readings: One Irritation After Another (Three of Swords and Two of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Going to the Doctor (Hermit and Two of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Looking at Bad Weather (Three of Swords and Hermit)

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Tarot Readings: Getting Older and Wiser (Hermit and Two of Pentacles)

Going through some really hard times calmly.

Adversity keeps making me wiser.

Examining petty aggravations closely, I calm down.

Take a good look at how silly the quarrels are.

Repeated irritations can make you patient!

I am looking at how silly the jealousy is.

I am wising up to people of ill will.

At my age, temper tantrums look silly.

 

Tarot Readings: Advice About Difficulties (Three of Swords and Hermit)

Keeps going back for wise advice on lost love.

I see a counselor regularly about a painful situation.

 

Tarot Readings: One Irritation After Another (Three of Swords and Two of Pentacles)

Being sincere brings one heartache after another.

Humble person encounters one hostile situation after the other.

The kinder I am, the more I am resented.

I’m always so patient and you’re always so hard to get along with.

I am curious about the timing of the tantrums.

 

Tarot Readings: Going to the Doctor (Hermit and Two of Pentacles)

A doctor is checking a heart rhythm.

Cardiologist on rounds.

Doctor sees one trauma patient after another.

Going back to the doctor about your heart.

 

Tarot Readings: Looking at Bad Weather (Three of Swords and Hermit)

On the trip back, you encounter bad weather.

Educating myself on weather cycles.

Circular weather patterns are being watched.

This road trip will encounter its difficulties.

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This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contradictions – than a personal reading would give you. Also, pronouns are flexible: If the sentence feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ but you’re a ‘she,’ well, it’s yours.

*AND if you write names of any two cards into the Google search bar, it will give you meanings of those!

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Three of Swords – Hermit – Two of Pentacles

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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………………………     Three of Swords, you don’t have to be told, is a Tarot card of adversity, bad weather, heart problems, and hurt. Two of Pentacles is about upheaval, cycles, timing, repeated encounters or repeated experiences, silliness, and things in progress or continuing. Smack in the middle of these two upsets is wisdom, calmness, watching it, and continuing on your course or path, exemplified by Hermit, who is calmly out looking for trouble, troubled people, to fix the situation. Once again – and this is a very basic and regular Tarot occurrence – we have a rescue card ameliorating the adverse effect of difficult ones.

………………………..Three of Swords is what it is. You see a stylized heart pierced by three swords, storm clouds and rain against an all-gray background, and nothing else. Needless to say, this Tarot hombre has few good meanings. Bad weather is as good as it gets, unless you consider a hostile environment not much of a problem. Pain, hate, hurt, heartache and heart problems, adversity galore: That’s Three of Swords, and not much else. This is one of those bad-boy Tarot cards that, when it appears in your story, you look around for a rescue card, and pay attention.

………………………..      Hermit has been there, done that, and repented of it long ago. He is experienced in life, and things don’t get to him anymore. So he is one to go out looking for other people who are in trouble to dispense wise advice, warm bed, hot meal and devoted caring affection. He is a monk, a service monk, with medical training – a doctor, as a matter of fact. You know that by what he is wearing. (Yeah, research.) The fact he is old (or older) often is germane to your story. Hermit is on the road, so this card represents road trips, including walking there, night travel, and going to a place or person. That brings up being the one to come see or call – the one who makes peace, makes the first affectionate move, and the one who helps. Hermit is also taking care of and being devoted to a companion, like Queen of Pentacles. Since he is a doctor and is traveling on foot, this is the Tarot card for a doctor on his rounds – especially with old Two of Pentacles there echoing ’round.’

………………………..   Two of Pentacles has a few trunks to its meaning tree. You can immediately see ’round and ’round, over and over, on and on in the juggling of the plates or balls, the pentacles attached to the math sign for repeating decimals. You see silliness in his costume, especially what looks like a dunce cap. You see upheaval in the ships wildly tossing behind him. Cycles and timing are not quite as obvious, just a half-step away.

We weather one storm, one upheaval, after another as we go on down the road getting older and wiser. We see the cycles and patterns more and more as we go. We observe and get an understanding of dumb and hostile people, and get an understanding of dumb and hostile social situations. This understanding makes us damn near unmovable: We are calm because, well, we have been there, done that, seen it all, and know better now.

 

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

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NOTE: THESE ONE-SENTENCE READINGS ARE A GREAT EXAMPLE OF HOW THE PHRASES THAT BELONG TO A GIVEN TAROT CARD DO NOT NECESSARILY APPEAR SEQUENTIALLY IN THE SENTENCE THEY ARE MAKING: TAROT AND ENGLISH HAVE NOT-THE-SAME STRUCTURE. I HAVE USED HIGHLIGHT AND UNDERLINE TO DIFFERENTIATE AS BEST CAN BE DONE.

 

Tarot Readings: Getting Older and Wiser (Hermit and Two of Pentacles)

Going through some Two of Pentacles really hard times Three of Swords calmly Hermit.

Adversity Three of Swords keeps making me Two of Pentacles wiser Hermit.

Examining Hermit petty Two of Pentacles aggravations Three of Swords closely, I calm down Hermit.

Take a good look Hermit at how silly Two of Pentacles the quarrels Three of Swords are.

Repeated Two of Pentacles irritations Three of Swords can make you Two of Pentacles patient Hermit!

I am looking at Hermit how silly Two of Pentacles the jealousy Three of Swords is.

I am wising up to Hermit people of ill will Three of Swords. (The ‘-ing’ of ‘am wising’ belongs to Two of Pentacles as ‘the process of.’)

At my age Hermit, temper tantrums Three of Swords look silly Two of Pentacles.

 

Tarot Readings: Advice About Difficulties (Three of Swords and Hermit)

Keeps going back Two of Pentacles for wise advice Hermit on lost love Three of Swords.

I see a counselor Hermit regularly Two of Pentacles about a painful situation Three of Swords.

 

Tarot Readings: One Irritation After Another (Three of Swords and Two of Pentacles)

Being sincere Hermit brings one heartache Three of Swords after another Two of Pentacles.

Humble person Hermit encounters one hostile situation Three of Swords after the other Two of Pentacles.

The kinder Hermit I am, the more I am resented Three of Swords. (Two of Pentacles means the ‘-er’ and the ‘more’ part.)

I’m always Two of Pentacles so patient Hermit and you’re always Two of Pentacles so hard to get along with Three of Swords.

I am curious Hermit about the timing Two of Pentacles of the tantrums Three of Swords.

 

Tarot Readings: Going to the Doctor (Hermit and Two of Pentacles)

A doctor Hermit is checking a heart Three of Swords rhythm Two of Pentacles.

Cardiologist Three of Swords and Hermit (as doctor) on rounds Two of Pentacles.

Doctor Hermit sees Hermit one trauma Three of Swords patient after another Two of Pentacles.

Going back to Two of Pentacles the doctor Hermit about your heart Three of Swords.

 

Tarot Readings: Looking at Bad Weather (Three of Swords and Hermit)

On the trip Hermit back Two of Pentacles, you encounter Two of Pentacles bad weather Three of Swords.

Educating myself Hermit on weather Three of Swords cycles.(Two of Pentacles belongs to the ‘-ing’ as ‘the process of.’)

Circular weather Three of Swords patterns Two of Pentacles are being watched Hermit.

This road trip Hermit will encounter Two of Pentacles its difficulties Three of Swords.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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……….………….      Three of Swords and Hermit      … really hard times, calmly. Adversity … wiser. Examining closely, I calm down. Take a good look at quarrels. Irritations can make you patient! I am looking at how _ the jealousy is. Wising up to people of ill will. At my age, temper tantrums …. Wise advice on lost love. See a counselor about a painful situation. Being sincere … heartache. Humble person … hostile situation. The kind__ I am, the _ I am resented. … so patient … so hard to get along with. I am curious about the tantrums. A doctor is checking a heart _. Cardiologist. Doctor sees trauma patient. … the doctor about your heart. On the trip, bad weather. Educating myself on weather. Weather _ are being watched. This road trip … its difficulties. x..

……….…………      Three of Swords and Two of Pentacles       Going through some really hard times. Adversity keeps making me _. Petty aggravations.*** How silly the quarrels are. Repeated irritations. How silly the jealousy is. I am in the process of … people of ill will. Temper tantrums look silly. Keeps going back for … lost love. … regularly about a painful situation. One heartache after another. Encounters one hostile situation after the other. … the more I am resented. … and (you’re) always so hard to get along with. The timing of the tantrums.*** A heart rhythm.*** A heart _ ‘on rounds.’ One trauma (patient) after another. Going back to _ about your heart. On the _ back, you encounter bad weather. Weather cycles. Circular weather patterns. … encounter difficulties. x..

……..…………     Hermit and Two of Pentacles    GETTING OLDER AND WISER Going through … calmly. … keeps making me wiser. Examining closely, I calm down. Take a good look at how silly …. Repeated _ make you patient. I am looking at how silly …. I am wising up. At my age __ look silly. Keeps going back for wise advice. I see a counselor regularly. Being sincere brings one _ after another. Humble person encounters one _ after another. The kinder I am …. I’m always so patient …. I am curious about the timing. GOING TO THE DOCTOR A doctor is checking _ rhythm. Doctor on rounds. Doctor sees one _ after another. Going back to the doctor. On the trip back, you encounter …. Educating myself on _ cycles. Circular … are being watched. The road trip will encounter …. x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Three of Swords……….. Three of Swords is a what-you-see-is-what-you-get Tarot card. A little of it goes a long way. You look for limitations to it when you find it on your table. It’s gonna hurt at least a little even if you find a rescue card for it. This is one that doesn’t back down to meaning mere discomfort (or humiliation, like Ten of Swords can mean); it is at least a difficulty. The heart can be taken literally as heartache, stroke, heart attack. Adverse environment is a mild dose of Three of Swords, you know. It is usually hostility, quarrels and fights, jealousy, resentment or envy, pain, trauma, damage, hate, temper eruptions (like Tower can also be), divorce (one of two cards for that), breaking up, quitting or getting fired. It can be spite or mere dislike. It can simply mean ‘against’ or ‘opposed.’ Injury and trauma are part of its repertoire so don’t put it with a violent card like Seven of Swords or Five of Swords. You don’t want to see it in a death theme either, because that is a fatal heart attack that might be afoot in your story.

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Hermit…………. Hermit is the wise-old-man stereotype. The wisdom has no gender, though. The age kinda does: You don’t see Hermit representing an old woman, or even putting ‘old’ or ‘older’ to a female’s story in your spreads. Hermit is coming to a traveler or travelers to help them, which brings ‘this person comes to you, or calls you’ to some spreads. Which also brings being devoted, caring for, and helping others, as well as being a friend. Which also brings quite a few traveling, on the road, pedestrian, searching and watching meanings. Hermit is a monk (service monk of course) and a physician, so medical providers and religious (reverends, priests, rabbis – anybody’s religion) belong to Hermit – and so does going without sex – celibacy, monogamy, true to boyfriend or girlfriend, etc.

Hermit has some general meanings too, like: comes, seeking enlightenment, giving advice, carrying a light, night, cold and/or snow, being in mountains, patience, surveillance, investigation (the search and the knowing, as well as the watching), being objective, truth and truthful, analysis and appraisal, sincerity, fact, seeing through – and it even means ‘demonstrate’ sometimes. Once in a while ‘comes to see you in the middle of the night’ and ‘is watching out for you’ applies to visitations of deceased loved ones.

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Two of Pentacles………….Two of Pentacles’ illustration gives rise to some contradictory meanings that don’t get in one another’s way in the real world. First is the steady progression, continuing, regular cycle, routine and similar meanings. Second is the instability, upheaval, rocking the boat, and roiled meanings. Two of Pentacles’ steady progression meanings arise from the sure-footed juggling performance, of course. Two of Pentacles’ instability and upheaval meanings arise from the ships tossing on crazy waves behind the juggler.

Besides these two major divisions of Two of Pentacles’ dictionary, we have all the silliness meanings that arise from his costume – especially what looks like a dunce cap to modern people. We also have a box of meanings about cycles, timing, re-doing, what’s next, and all sorts of movements (up-and-down, back-and-forth, ’round-and-’round, whirling, stirring, spinning, wheels moving, and others. ‘This way and that’ belongs to that category, in a way.

Some of these movement meanings give rise to another category of vertigo, dizziness, nausea, tremors, the room spinning, and so on.

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