Tarot Readings for You for March 1, 2013 Friday(c)

Feb 28, 2013 by

Guidance     The guy who succeeds at this daunting project has to be nasty.  Some things forceful folks do better than … ?the rest of us?.  Men who are driven to succeed are uneasy in one another’s company; there’s that undertone between them.  Then we talk about a sexy man exerting self-control, and talk about a fellow who is toning down his macho side and still being take-charge.  On the other hand, a gal decides she is going to make Mr. Wild Man marry her.  Your own temper can intimidate you too, as you struggle to control it.

 

Instructions:

 

Are YOU here for the first time?  People love this place! 

Here’s what’s going on.  See the pictures?  Those are the four Rider Waite Tarot cards that make today’s messages (group messages) for you (and the people around you).

The site is divided into four sections.  The first is a summary, an overview.  That’s Guidance (above).

The second is the actual one-sentence group readings, Group Analytical Tarot Readings.  If you have come just for your day’s trends, you can go now.  You pick out the ones you intuitively relate to, and decide whether to seek or avoid that.  People relate to these!  See their comments, at the very bottom.  We would *love* to hear from you.  Don’t be shy!

These answers don’t have a question (or a questioner) to frame them, so, yes, they can be contradictory – especially when one of the cards means ‘not’ or other negative word.  The negative can apply to any of the other cards.  And many of the pronouns are flexible.  Feel free to substitute.

The third section, Learn Tarot by Observation, is  the reasoning that makes those four cards say the things you just read in the sentences.  It’s what an expert would be thinking.

The last section, Learn Tarot by Pictures, is the individual meanings of each card, based mostly on its picture, which you are looking at.  Read this frequently, and you remember what some of the cards mean.

Ace of Wands

Chariot – Nine of Wands – King of Wands

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings:  Self-control, Being in Control (Chariot)

Tarot Readings:  Has to, Has to be Done (Chariot + Ace of Wands)

Tarot Readings:  Worried and Uneasy (Nine of Wands)

 

 

Tarot Readings:  Self-control, Being in Control (Chariot)

A sexy guy like him is under pressure to exert a lot of self-control.

Put him under so much sexual tension that he decides to be your husband.

He feels defensive about that temper of his, it’s so important to be in control of it.

I decide I’m going to make Mr. Wild Man marry me no matter what it takes.

He is a bossy take-charge guy who makes some people uneasy.

 

Tarot Readings:  Has to, Has to be Done (Chariot + Ace of Wands)

The crew boss has to get the job done no matter what could happen.

He is the worker who is in charge when something has to be done under a lot of pressure.

The boss makes us nervous when he gets all worked up about orders.

Hang in there, you already have the energy to accomplish the most important part.

When he has to accomplish his purpose, he is edgy and nervous.

The guy who succeeds at this daunting project has to be nasty.

 

Tarot Readings:  Worried and Uneasy (Nine of Wands)

The main thing he worries about is his work truck.

I have to be a success, I worry about being just a common fellow.

Both men are assertive; they make one another uneasy.

The project manager makes the crew boss edgy:  It’s about the dominance thing.

He is rough on himself about not being a controlling macho man, but to be the take-charge type.

 

 

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Ace of Wands

Chariot – Nine of Wands – King of Wands

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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All four of our Tarot citizens are male – very male – here. 

 

Chariot and Ace of Wands are driven, they have to succeed, they succeed. 

 

Ace of Wands is the ‘have to.’  Chariot is the boss, taking charge, getting the project done no matter what, success.  Ace of Wands is assertive, even intimidating, while Chariot is upper management and all business to accomplish the purpose.

 

Nine of Wands and Ace of Wands are both about intimidation.  Nine of Wands is cringing, feeling apprehensive:  He is wounded and those guys are going to come back.  Ace of Wands is a threat, is intimidating someone, even hitting someone or something.  Mr. King of Wands kind of fits in that picture:  The angry man, the man with the temper.

 

Both Chariot and Nine of Wands are military, but it’s not an active factor in today’s story.

 

Both King of Wands and Ace of Wands are macho, assertive, combative, and both could be about hitting.

 

The guy who succeeds at this daunting project has to be nasty.  Some things forceful folks do better than … ?the rest of us?.  Men who are driven to succeed are uneasy in one another’s company; there’s that undertone between them. Then we talk about a sexy man exerting self-control, and talk about a fellow who is toning down his macho side and still being take-charge.  On the other hand, a gal decides she is going to make Mr. Wild Man marry her.  Your own temper can intimidate you too, as you struggle to control it.

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Chariot    Once upon a time being a charioteer was being the ultimate fighting man, the master strategist.  He is the project manager; he gets it done using even the factors that are against him to win.  The illustration does illustrate this, in an opaque way:  One sphinx goes only left, the other only right (the meaning behind their reversed colors), and they are hitched so that they have to go forward for him.  His will rules:  See how he is using the magic wand instead of reins, with this sphinxes?

 

Nine of Wands   The border guard is wounded, but they are going to try to get past him again.  He is worried about whether he will succeed next time. He will (the tradition of this Tarot card).  He is sweating it out. He is standing his ground.  He is hanging in there.  He is manning up.  This is a place we have all been.

 

King of Wands   Here he is the workingman, the angry, edgy, irritated, frustrated, possibly combative fellow with all the energy.  He is the wild man, the life of the party, the interestingly erratic dude with possible chip on   shoulder, with a touchy side.  So ‘common’ and so sure of himself.  He is also the husband, the married man.  His red hair, and that salamander (both in the pattern and in the flesh) mean ‘fiery,’ about his nature.

 

Ace of Wands    A hand with a club in it is, yes, about assertive, aggressive, threatening or threat, force and even hitting.  It means also to win (or be defeated, of course – the action can go either way), and to have to, or any variant of ‘must,’ including a mandate.  (Mandamus in legal questions, sometimes.)  It’s a challenge, too.

 

 

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.

Now in an ‘real’ individual reading, the questioner asks a specific question and thereby supplies at least half the information! In a personal reading, 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 want you to 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.

 

 

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