The Psychic as Interpreter, a Story

Jan 4, 2011 by

Rider-Waite Lovers

Lost in Space

Marilyn is a runway model, a lady so charming and gracious that her exes know her other exes support her and each still continues to do so. This usually charming gracious lady, right now is spitting nails. “Never will I see Stacy again.” Stacy is her clairvoyant psychic of many years.

You know when you write something perfect and it goes bye-bye? – how you just can’t get back in that original groove. Her love letter did that. Yes, it was gone. Gone, and Stacy told her it was in an airplane going ’round and ’round, caught in the seat. Marilyn had been nowhere near any airplane. “I’ll never talk to Stacy again.”

It’s two weeks later, and Marilyn is telling me “I found the letter in my house. Stacy is so wrong.”

I am learning Verbatim Tarot from Tarot itself at the time Marilyn is educating me about her experience with her friend. I am curious as to exactly what transpired between Marilyn and Stacy because I have encountered Tarot Verbatim describing situations in quirky ways that, if you thought about it, were accurate.

Marilyn says the letter was on the dresser she remembered it being on – that it had fallen but never made it all the way to the floor: It had lodged in the unfinished back of the furniture.

“Stacy saw exactly what happened,” I told my disbelieving friend. Ask her: what she saw was the letter suspended in the air, which doesn’t make sense, so she deduced the airplane to make sense of what she saw. How well I knew that ‘I CAN’T TELL HER THAT!’ feeling. It will get you every time! The letter was suspended in mid-air all right. The letter was caught, all right.

The point at which the input from the psychic subconscious process ceases to be raw – whether the message is Tarot or is channeling vision or sound – is akin to the point your vehicle gets off the interstate highway and makes that turn onto common city streets. You are no longer flying instinctually with minimal interference from your surroundings. You have to watch out for traffic now. Now you have to apply the common logic of daily life to the insubstantial intuitive process.

The psychic, by Tarot or any other means, is also an interpreter. Being a reader is two jobs. It is a two-step process to give another person the information he seeks in a reading.

Part One is the raw material, is the intuitive input or the psychic vision. That’s the fun part. It has its own degree and kind of relevancy and accuracy. You will deliver this as literally as possible to avoid interfering in the message. Part Two is the interpretation, is the part that shows. It is just as important as the intuitive part is. What that Tarot spread says, and how you express what it says, are equally important.

You, the psychic reader, apply the meaning of the intuitive pictures or sound or whatever to the real-life question; and you express that in the language the questioner will understand and accept. As in any interpreted conversation, you are talking to that specific person, and it is your business to get the thought into that person’s head and heart.

Ideally, logic and intuition blend seamlessly into the final product.

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5 Comments

  1. Marie

    All I can say is thank you for this deep explaining you do for each spread.

  2. siew

    This reminds me of analyzing novels for English.

  3. Naz

    The trouble for me is that because of the time difference any ‘reading’ I have will be out of date.

    • Emily

      Hmmm. You are 12 hours away, and I put the spread in around midnight my time, so I think that is close enough. If you want you can pay attention to the two days, and see which applies more.

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