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Tarot Readings for You for November 23, 2014 Sunday©

Posted by on Nov 22, 2014 in Tarot Verbatim | 0 comments

GUIDANCE      We exercise our motivation on obstacles, and we need the exercise, so we are grateful for the obstacles. You gun the engine when you’re stuck just as you rev up when something’s impossible. In both cases you get going. Some things one just doesn’t rush through, but rushing can get you through stuff you otherwise wouldn’t get through. It’s strategy that determines whether we get stuck or we get out.

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Knight of Wands – Chariot – Eight of Swords

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Motivated by the Impossible (Knight of Wands and Eight of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Decide to Run Away (Knight of Wands and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Go By Vehicle (Knight of Wands and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Can’t Rush It (Knight of Wands and Eight of Swords)

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Tarot Readings: Motivated by the Impossible (Knight of Wands and Eight of Swords)

Doing the impossible requires extra energy.

Do it faster when it can’t be done.

He decides to pursue because he can’t.

Willpower gets past ‘can’t.’

He can’t pursue … but he is doing it.

Determination gets you past your limitations.

I shall exert whatever effort it takes to arrive in spite of whatever holds me back.

Once you get past feeling helpless, you’re in the driver’s seat.

 

Tarot Readings: Decide to Run Away (Knight of Wands and Chariot)

You decide you’re getting out of that box.

Decide to leave there because it’s a dead end.

I decide to run away from being tied down.

Getting out of a place where you can’t get anything done is a strategy.

Strategy is what determines whether you stay stuck or burst out.

The way to do that is to get away from not being able to do that.

Tarot Readings: Go By Vehicle (Knight of Wands and Chariot)

Gun the engine when you’re stuck.

A vehicle that can’t speed.

Can’t go there by vehicle.

Make good time driving the limited access route.

Handicapped person is mobile with this vehicle.

 

Tarot Readings: Can’t Rush It (Knight of Wands and Eight of Swords)

Blocked from the fast track to success.

Something cannot be done in a hurry.

There’s a drawback to rushing through to get it done.

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Knight of Wands – Chariot – Eight of Swords

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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……………….…………………...     Interesting trio we got here today!  Immediately you see speeding (Knight of Wands), a vehicle (Chariot), and being stuck (Eight of Swords). So we gun the engine when we’re stuck. Chariot is success and strategy and determination – getting the job done any way it can be done – and Eight of Swords is impossible, is limitations, is ‘can’t.’ So we are doing (Chariot) the impossible (Eight of Swords) in a hurry (Knight of Wands). The mood of this spread is very upbeat despite the wet blanket of Eight of Swords (which, by the way, is the card that actually means death in Tarot Verbatim).

………………………..  Knight of Wands is in a hurry, and is exerting himself with great energy. Look around him for whether he is pursuing or running away; he can do either. His horse is rearing despite his desire to speed ahead, which exemplifies how when you rush things don’t go smoothly. Knight of Wands is getting ahead, and is being on the fast track.

………………………..   Chariot is the project manager – the man in charge of a campaign or enterprise or job. He makes decisions. It is also a vehicle literally, especially today. The underlying meaning of Chariot is strategy: Chariot has harnessed sphinxes to his vehicle, and sphinxes move only in one turning direction, so he has hitched the left-turning one to the left of the right turning one so they are in each other’s way and end up moving forward. (Notice his reins are magic wands). The concept in Chariot is to arrive, to succeed, to get ‘er done by any means possible, using factors that are against you creatively so that they are grist for your forward motion.

……………………….. Eight of Swords is being tied up. (How did I guess?) It means can’t and unable quite often, and impossible – limitations of any kind, including handicaps. Eight of Swords is stuck, is helpless, is a dead end. Eight of Swords is the main card for death, so in theory these sentences could be death in a speeding auto or in an auto race, but I did not put that in the one-sentence readings because these cards don’t really establish a theme about that; their theme is getting past factors that impede. Eight of Swords means those impeding factors, factors that would shut (it) down. Unexpectedly, this card shows up meaning a container or ‘contained’ too. It says ‘isn’t available’ when that phrase refers to something that can’t be done – for example these three cards could say ‘The bullet train isn’t available.’ Knight of Wands is the bullet (speedy) and Chariot is the train (vehicle), and Eight of Swords’ translating ‘isn’t available’ is saying the trip cannot be taken, then.

………..…………..      Knight of Wands and Chariot  Knight of Wands and Chariot is a speeding vehicle. It is deciding (Chariot) to get ahead (Knight of Wands); it is being on the fast track (Knight of Wands) to success (Chariot). Knight of Wands and Chariot are ‘decide to leave’ too. You can see gunning the car engine here too: Chariot is the vehicle and Knight of Wands is energetically moving forward, leaving where it is. x..

………..…………..   Knight of Wands and Eight of Swords   Knight of Wands and Eight of Swords combine speed and the impossible, speed and the impeding factor (like a governor on the engine of a vehicle, for instance). Since Eight of Swords is can’t, and Knight of Wands is a rush, you can’t rush through, or it can’t be done in a hurry. These two cards imply ‘the glass ceiling’ – can’t be on the fast track, or can’t get ahead. x..

……………………    Chariot and Eight of Swords    Chariot and Eight of Swords is the stuck vehicle. They say you can’t succeed, and it’s impossible to get that done. Eight of Swords is the can’t, and Chariot gets ahead and gets it done. The concept of strategy when things are impossible is right here too, because always remember Chariot is having the strategy. x..

There’s a saying that ‘The impossible just takes longer,’ and that’s what we are about today. We emphasize the motivation that graces us when we have a desire to escape or a desire to get something done when something’s in the way of that. What’s success unless you whipped something on the way to it?

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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………..…………..      Knight of Wands and Chariot  Doing __ requires extra energy. Do it faster. He decides to pursue. Willpower gets past __. He _ pursue, but he is doing it. Determination gets you past __. I shall exert whatever effort it takes to arrive. Once you get past __, you’re in the driver’s seat. DECIDE TO RUN AWAY You decide you’re getting out. Decide to leave there. I decide to run away. Getting out of a place is a strategy. Getting out of a place … get anything done. Strategy is what determines whether you burst out. The way to do that is to get away from …. GO BY VEHICLE Gun the engine. A vehicle that can speed. Go there by vehicle. Making good time driving the __ route. … is mobile with this vehicle. The fast track to success.** __ can be done in a hurry. Rushing through to get it done. x..

………..…………..  Knight of Wands and Eight of Swords   MOTIVATED BY THE IMPOSSIBLE The impossible … extra energy. … faster when it can’t be done. … to pursue because he can’t. __ gets past ‘can’t.’ He can’t pursue. __ gets you past your limitations. I shall exert whatever effort it takes in spite of whatever holds me back. Once you get past feeling helpless. Getting out of that box. Leave there because it’s a dead end. Run away from being tied down. Getting out of a place where you can’t get anything done. __ is what determines whether you stay stuck or burst out. Get away from not being able to do that. Gun __ when you’re stuck. A vehicle that can’t. Can’t _ by vehicle. Making good time _ the limited access route. Handicapped person is mobile.** Blocked from the fast track. Cannot be done in a hurry. There’s a drawback to rushing through. x..

……………………   Chariot and Eight of Swords  Doing the impossible. Do it when it can’t be done. He decides to because he can’t. Willpower … can’t. He can’t, but he is doing it. Determination _ your limitations. To arrive in spite of whatever holds me back. … feeling helpless, you’re in the driver’s seat. You decide you’re __ that box. Decide to _ because it’s a dead end. I decide to … being tied down. … can’t get anything done is a strategy. Strategy whether you stay stuck …. The way to do that is … not being able to do that. _ the engine when you’re stuck. A vehicle that can’t. Can’t __ by vehicle. Driving the limited access route. Handicapped person is _ with this vehicle. Blocked from __ to success. Something cannot be done. There’s a drawback to … get it done. x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

Knight of Wands ……… Knight of Wands is obviously about movement and about hurry. You can see great energy in the racing horse. Getting ahead, being on the fast track, rush jobs, rushing through, and phrases like ‘Run for the hills’ belong to this illustration. Both Knight of Wands and Knight of Swords can be either pursuing or chasing, coming to or leaving (and Knight of Swords can be turning around at high speed). The surrounding cards, and the question or subject, tell you which it is. In the case of Knight of Swords, the illustration reminds us how things don’t go smoothly when we rush: The horse is losing him time by rearing up.

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Chariot …………. Chariot’s illustration isn’t obvious. Here’s his back story: Charioteers were the strategists and the heroes of ancient warfare. Often, their work was what won or lost battles. They were in charge. So in your spread, Chariot means the manager, the person in charge of the project or enterprise, the one who gets the job done. Chariot, therefore, also represents success, a successful person – and responsibility. Chariot is the go-to person, not the desk-bound CEO.

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Eight of Swords ………. Eight of Swords is a good card for what I call can’t-itis, that ‘I can’t’ that really means ‘I’m not going to try.’ Eight of Swords expresses self-limiting very well. The ties are loose, she is standing, and no one’s around. This is a picture, too, of being shut out of the family (the house way up there on the hill). Although Eight of Swords is the lead card for the theme of death, that isn’t one of its main meanings, so you don’t go ’round using it for that in a spread like this that is about whether you get things done or not.

Eight of Swords’ most frequent words and phrases are: can’t, unable, impossible, limitations, stuck, helpless, trapped, no choice, prevents from, boxed in, impeding factors or impedes, what holds (you) back or keeps you from, handicap, disability or disabled. It can represent, for example, an appliance that is ‘dead,’ that cannot function. Sometimes it represents being locked or locked in, or in a safe, or in a container, but not very often.

Eight of Swords pops up in strange places. Keep that in the back of your mind – that it will sometimes seem out of place. For example a clause in a contract can lock a party into something, and be something you can’t do anything about.

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