Tarot Readings for You for January 26, 2013 Saturday(c)

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Guidance        Too much of a good thing is still too much:  It gums up the works from both ends, the giver’s and the receiver’s.  Here’s a woman who takes care of whatever she loves until it doesn’t love her.  We also point out that an excess of resourcefulness and competence is intimidating (rather than being appreciated).


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Ace of Cups

Nine of Wands – Queen of Pentacles – Ten of Wands




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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings:  Love and Too Much Love (Ten of Wands + Ace of Cup

Tarot Readings:  Woman Who is Very Competent (Queen of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings:  Good Things That Get on Your Nerves (Nine of Wands + Ace of Cups)

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings


Tarot Readings:  Love and Too Much Love (Ten of Wands + Ace of Cups)

Hang in there a little longer and you will have someone to love you and belong to you.

She gives him enough love to last forever, more than he can stand.

She is everything he wants in a woman, it’s scary how much he loves her.

He’s afraid she has been doing things for him so long this may be love.

I love her too much; I’m afraid she is going to be mothering me.

He is bent out of shape, seriously, because he loves a woman who has more money than he.

He is uneasy about all the love she is investing in him.

It worries him that he may be a burden on the woman who loves and cares for him.

Woman puts up with too much from loved one.


Tarot Readings:  Woman Who is Very Competent (Queen of Pentacles)

She is so skilled that the difficult stuff that intimidates me is easy for her.

After all this time, difficulty, and worry, she is so resourceful that it’s easy for her. 

They feel defensive that she will eventually get her hands on the money because she is innocent and they stand accused.

She can handle it the easy cooperative way or the hard scary way.

They have this uneasy feeling she has the ability to take on the whole burden of proving her competence.

She handles a lot of stress easily.

She can easily handle constant danger for a long time.

She is competent to do it easily but spends all this time worrying about how difficult it’s going to be.


Tarot Readings:  Good Things That Get on Your Nerves (Nine of Wands + Ace of Cups)

Uh-oh, she is doing so much for me that I have to cooperate with her.

She has been keeping him healthy for so long it makes him nervous.

Tired of being a woman and being expected to go along with … whatever.

Tired of feeling that being a woman means you have to baby whoever you love.

When you give too easily, you are always anxious about the next time.

It’s taking on a burden to donate to the causes of the oppressed.

He is under pressure to make a lasting peace with her because she has the  money.

A whole lot of love, but is tired of all the caretaking.

He feels guilty about loving a woman who forever attends to his needs.

It’s difficult for her to support him, but she feels obligated because she loves him.

You are feeling, uneasily, the presence of God is with you always, taking care of you.


Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

With this backer behind us, we can hang in there longer until things ease up.

Worry about how much money a slow leak, drip or drain will cost you.

It took her a long time to get this much money together, and now there are threats to her health.

She took charge of all the financial affairs a long time ago to ease the financial trouble.




.Ace of Cups

Nine of Wands – Queen of Pentacles – Ten of Wands






Well, well, well, here’s our self-sacrificing good woman who cares for her man and family, is the backer of a cause or company, is a resourceful financial manager and somewhat at least a matriarch.  Right in the middle, she sits.  Queen of Pentacles.  The caretaker.


To her left is that feeling you get when something has been going on for a while and is going to continue, and you don’t really want to deal with it:  the guilt, anxiety, tension, feeling of obligation, apprehension and defensiveness.  Nine of Wands.  It can emanate from the self-sacrificing lady, or from the recipient(s) of her caretaking.  Or be mutual.


To her right is a long difficult ordeal, a burden, taking it all on yourself, doing it all in one load, slow but steady progress, and the extreme of anything – including the extreme of her competence.  Ten of Wands.  It also is ‘Hang in there, you will make it eventually.’ ‘Eventually is one of its key words.


And above it all, what do we have?  Love.  Good.  Cooperation, going along with.  Health.  Ease and easily.  Ace of Cups, which also refers to God.  All good and no harm, blessings, and ‘Go with the flow.’


Queen of Pentacles and Ten of Wands have both taken on a lot.


Nine of Wands and Ten of Wands are both putting up with a lot, and are both hanging in there despite the strain.                              


Too much of a good thing is still too much:  It gums up the works from both ends, the giver’s and the receiver’s.  Here’s a woman who (today, anyway) takes care of whatever she loves until it doesn’t love her.  We also point out that an excess of resourcefulness and competence is intimidating (rather than being appreciated).





Nine of Wands    waits for the other show to drop.  He has survived so far and dreads the next onslaught.  Something has been going on for a while and is going to continue, something you don’t really want to deal with anymore.  The border guard here is wounded in a past confrontation, and there’s more to come … just don’t know when. Nine of Wands is guilt, anxiety, tension, feeling obligated, fear and apprehension, and defensiveness.


Queen of Pentacles   The devoted caretaker.  The homemaker of the Forties.  The self-sacrificing good woman who cares for her man and family, who is the backer of a cause or an enterprise.  She is the resourceful financial manager of home or business or both.  She is a bit of a matriarch.  Quite often, the money she is so resourceful with is her own.  She sits here with it in her hands, surrounded by fertile ground, and a bunny to emphasize the fertility theme.


Ten of Wands    He is making slow but steady progress, having taken all the boards on in one backbreaking load.  This is anything difficult, anything slow, and anything extreme – often translating ‘very.’  Ten of Wands suggests you will get to where you are going eventually, though.  ‘Eventually’ is another of its words.  Other cards can bring out a ‘depressing’ meaning to Ten of Wands.


Ace of Cups   depicts the Christian concept of being filled with Holy Spirit, depicts it with the dove putting the wafer of communion into the vessel of the ‘five bodily humors’ of Middle Ages belief, or the five senses.  So it stands for God, cooperation, ease, good things, no harm, and most of all love – unconditional love.  Often, it means ‘go along with’ something.




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  1. Anna

    Yup, I’m hanging in there

  2. Jaclyn

    This reading remarkably captures the current status of the relationship between me an estranged husband. He is still without employment and without my ongoing financial support he would be homeless. He does now wish to be financially dependent . . does not with to provide serviices in return for all of the financial bail-outs. I’m putting myself under a lot of financial strain keeping him afloat . . . none of tis was in the pre-nup . . .

    • Reading over the sentences, yes, I can see how well that fits.
      You seem to be a ‘universal blood donor,’ the designaton for one of the blood types. I prescribe some homework for him, and some selfishness for you.

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