Tarot Readings for You for February 21, 2013 Thursday(c)

Feb 20, 2013 by

Guidance     Here we are in a neighborhood bar with a country boy and his women friends.  This is a working-class neighborhood where people have much in common and know one another.  It’s an ordinary day, and everybody likes the wild man.  He can unite the neighborhood, we say.  He is married and has a family but all the gals know him and it’s a decent, respectable scene.

 

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King of Wands

Hierophant – Ten of Cups – Three of Cups

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings:  Good Ol’ Boy Gets Along with Everybody (Ten of Cups + King of Wands)

Tarot Readings:  Daddy’s Family (Ten of Cups + King of Wands)

Tarot Readings:  Common People Hang Out Together (Hierophant + Ten of Cups)

Tarot Readings:  Marriage, Marrying (King of Wands + Ten of Cups)

 

Tarot Readings:  Good Ol’ Boy Gets Along with Everybody (Ten of Cups + King of Wands)

This good ol’ boy gets along with all the gals, he has that common touch about him.

Passionate man is married, so he behaves himself with those stylish chics.

He unites the whole neighborhood, all the good people are rooting for him.

The wild man is actually a normal happy person, and so are all his women.

The girls are here at this place to share the company of a marriageable man.

All the women here share the good ol’ boy, it’s okay.

 

Tarot Readings:  Daddy’s Family (Ten of Cups + King of Wands)

All the girls of his family are respectable because Daddy was the wild man.

The workingman’s family is happy; they have all they need for a decent life.

Girls who come from a normal home, where Daddy lives there, are more fun.

Daddy enjoys life with the family routinely.

Our whole family gets together for traditional White Trash celebrations.

 

Tarot Readings:  Common People Hang Out Together (Hierophant + Ten of Cups)

This is a middle class workingman’s neighborhood, we have a lot in common.

He unites the whole neighborhood, all the good people are rooting for him.

We common people hang out together and enjoy one another’s company.

He is one of the ordinary people in the neighborhood bar for happy hour. *

 

Tarot Readings:  Marriage, Marrying (King of Wands + Ten of Cups)

Share enough good times with a girl, and you are her husband, committed to marry her.

She has a good marriage with a guy who parties with all the girls.

She is marrying an average man because she is happy with him.

We celebrate his being united in holy matrimony.

 

 

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King of Wands

Hierophant – Ten of Cups – Three of Cups

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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Two of our four Rider Waite Tarot cards are about getting together and being happy, about having a good time, about celebrating; and both of those are also about prosperity. 

 

Ten of Cups is ‘happily ever after,’ the good people, the neighborhood, being married, the family, a fine home, married with children … the American dream, we used to call it.

 

Three of Cups is the same feeling and the same whiff of prosperity, but not being family.  It is camaraderie, having a good times with friends, sharing the labor and the profit of an enterprise, girl friends (either they are all friends, or they are all a fellow’s girl friends).

 

Hierophant is about normal, ordinary levels of things.  It is about the surface fit-to-print decent appearances of anything:  the face we show our public, and the respectable version of the story the public is shown. It is the average, accepted, middle of the road (whatever).  It also means the ‘holy’ of holy matrimony when modifying a marriage card, and ‘committed’ when modifying a relationship card.

 

King of Wands is the husband, the married man, the country boy, the ordinary man, the wild or passionate man.  He is an outgoing, extroverted fellow.  Color him the classic redhead with that temper, which is delineated by the salamander in ancient times because there was this idea that salamanders emitted fire.  With all these joyous and acceptable cards around him, he isn’t being some of his rougher meanings today.

Here we are in a neighborhood bar with a country boy and his women friends.  This is a working-class neighborhood where people have much in common and know one another.  It’s an ordinary day, and everybody likes the wild man.  He can unite the neighborhood, we say.  He is married and has a family but all the gals know him and it’s a decent, respectable scene.

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Hierophant     The pope (Hierophant means pope.)  is doing some ritual here in the illustration, and the main meaning is about the difference between what the public is to understand about these doings, and what their real import (to those in the know) is.  So Hierophant is about normal, ordinary levels of things.  It is about the surface fit-to-print decent appearances of anything:  the face we show our public, and the respectable version of the story the public is shown. It is the average, accepted, middle of the road (whatever).  It also means the ‘holy’ of holy matrimony when modifying a marriage card, and ‘committed’ when modifying a relationship card.

Ten of Cups   Here’s a couple, married with children, conforming to ‘the American dream’ with the house on the golf course, the boy-and-girl children, living happily ever after.  A rainbow over their roof.  Ten of Cups is about the good people of the community, the good neighborhood, unity, and about being family.  It also means plain old happiness, any flavor.

Three of Cups     Sharing.  Camaraderie, sharing the good time or times.  Being out on a date.  Sharing in the labor and in the profit of an enterprise, still friends after the proceeds are split.  This is about prosperity and happiness.  This is about meeting with friends.  This is about supporting one another.  This is about girlfriends.

King of Wands is the husband, the married man, the country boy, the ordinary man, the wild or passionate man.  He is an outgoing, extroverted fellow.  Color him the classic redhead with that temper, which is delineated by the salamander in ancient times because there was this idea that salamanders emitted fire.  With all these joyous and acceptable cards around him, he isn’t being some of his rougher meanings today.

 

 

EXPLANATIONS:

 

 

Each and every ‘Tarot Reading’ sentence you see is a literal interpretation of the four Rider Waite Tarot cards drawn and pictured for today. (The literal interpretation is from the illustration on each card.) These sentences are put together by only combining the phrases of what each cards says. In other words, there are NO “filler” phrases added just to make full sentences, and no psychic ability or spirit guide is ever involved.

 

*Without a question* in a group reading to focus the answer, the four Tarot cards can mean quite contradictory things, especially when the Spread has a card that means ‘no,’ ‘never’ or ‘not.’ These negative modifiers can apply to any one of the other cards.
*Without a question* in a group reading, the pronouns (you, him, her, me, us, them, they, etc.) are more flexible. Whenever you see a pronoun in parentheses, please *feel very free* to substitute another pronoun than the one used. I try to drop pronouns when possible, which, if you’ve noticed, can make for awkward phrasing.

Now in an ‘real’ individual reading, the questioner asks a specific question and thereby supplies at least half the information! In an individual situation, the parties are identified and sometimes a time frame is too. Here, in a group reading we cannot do that and so we get a variety of sentences.

Horoscopes are group readings, too. Astrology is based on someone else’s birth data, though, so a ‘solar’ group horoscope never really solidly applies to you! (Astrologers know this!)

Tarot, on the other hand, is perfectly capable of flexibly addressing any group, including all of the visitors that come to this site. It can also address people you might not even know personally, such as all the people at your job who have a say in whether or not you get a raise.

We have been wondering here lately whether the Tarot Verbatim(TM) sentences are more accurate for regular visitors than they are for people who visit this site only once in awhile or for a short time. Would you help us with a comment please, if you have not been a regular visitor? Just let us know if the sentences are relevant to you. So far, people say they do apply.

Return to this site often and you can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim(TM) works. Regular visitors actually learn to read Rider Waite Tarot cards with very little effort.

 

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2 Comments

  1. Jules

    This describes the scene around my (almost) ex. Guess it’s saying to accept that it’s a good thing for him (and them). I’ll let him be. Not my scene. Peace out.

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