Tarot Readings for You for February 6, 2013 Wednesday(c)

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 Guidance     It’s all about how we are limited by being a member of one or another group – limited in our thinking.  We censor our own thoughts to keep them within the bounds of our loyalties.  “I’m a fill in the blankand you’re a fill in the blankso we can’t (whatever).”  Ordering your thinking around who instead of considering the concept itself is a way of keeping yourself down. The group we are loyal to doesn’t have to be a defined group, it can just be our own concept of what is allowed or proper or authorized: It’s those ‘lines in the sand’ we are talking about, and most of them are invisible, but we stumble over them nevertheless.

 

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King of Swords

Four of Wands – Eight of Swords – Queen of Cups

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings:  Believes in Authority (Queen of Cups + King of Swords)

Tarot Readings:  Family Roles Limit Members (Four of Wands + Eight of Swords)

Tarot Readings:  Can’t Marry (Four of Wands + Eight of Swords)

 

Tarot Readings:  Believes in Authority (Queen of Cups + King of Swords)

We censor our thinking according to the dictates of whatever we belong to.

She is bound by loyalty to the groups she is a member of, and the leaders.

She knows how cramped life is married to a military man.

She believes in authority, and limits her thinking to the group’s mores.

The leader’s powers are limited by the members’ beliefs.

Being a good loyal member of the Company and its leader keeps you down.

Being a good loyal member of a community and its leaders keeps you down.

Being a good loyal member of the family or clan and its leaders keeps you down.

When you are hide-bound to a culture, you limit even what you think about.

 

 

Tarot Readings:  Family Roles Limit Members (Four of Wands + Eight of Swords)

Her man is one of the good people, that’s as far as she thinks.

She knows the limitations of the man she married.

She sees herself as powerless, and him as a strong man who is the head of the family.

She dreams of marrying a man just like daddy, which will stymie her.

He is boxed in by the role of being the head of a family and having a wife who sees him that way.

The strong man she dreams of marrying seems impossible.

He can’t marry her, she is too simple-minded for a real man.

He and his wife, for the sake of their family, keep to the traditional roles of the goodhearted loyal wife and the man who is the authority.

She thinks within the box, she sees him as the ‘leader of the pack.’

 

Tarot Readings:  Can’t Marry (Four of Wands + Eight of Swords)

She misses having a man around the house now that he is dead.

She feels the manly man she dreams of would not marry her.

He has the discipline to limit himself to the lady he is married to.

He is the leader of the pack, the man no woman can have.

A man she dreams of will be a man she can’t have, a married man.

She dreams of men who won’t marry her.

She knows he is off-limits because he is affiliated with ‘that’ group/family.

 

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King of Swords

Four of Wands – Eight of Swords – Queen of Cups

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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The first glance at these four cards, in the order they are pictured, says “Marriage.  Can’t.  Sweet loyal wife; she dreams or thinks of Her Man.  Man of steel.”  Lots of stories, putting those together!

 

Having Eight of Swords, the ‘can’t’ up there, is the brake on the stories you can make of those four concepts.  It reads ‘impossible,’ and ‘stymie’ and ‘boxed in,’ things like that.

 

The card that means ‘marriage’ up there (Four of Wands) also refers to membership in any group, from a couple to a country to a world or race or whatever.

 

And Queen of Cups is the loyal one, and the one who is thinking about something (often her man).  This immediately attracts the ‘limitations’ meaning of Eight of Swords, making such phrases as ‘thinking in the box.’  (See how Tarot Verbatim works?  Isn’t this fun?)

 

Lastly, we have the manly man, the man of discipline (Clark Kent, John Wayne), the leader, the military man (or the military itself), or the dictator.  Put him next to Four of Wands and he is immediately the head of the family or the leader of the pack, or even the head of a country.

 

You keep going back to, even stumbling over, Eight of Swords’ brake on the stories.  So our theme for the day is how we are limited by being a member of one or another group – limited in our thinking.  We censor our own thoughts to keep them within the bounds of our loyalties.  “I’m a fill in the blankand you’re a fill in the blankso we can’t (whatever).”  Ordering your thinking around who instead of considering the concept itself is a way of keeping yourself down. The group we are loyal to doesn’t have to be a defined group, it can just be our own concept of what is allowed or proper or authorized: It’s those ‘lines in the sand’ we are talking about, and most of them are invisible.  We stumble over them, nevertheless.

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

Four of Wands   is about membership in a group, the members of a group, and being a (whatever the group is about) – identifying with the tribe.  It means marriage —  The illustration is a wedding of scions of society — but membership begins with the couple and extends to a community, region, country, world, race … whatever. Four of Wands is the basis of the ‘us versus them’ that drives human affairs.

 

Eight of Swords   stands tied up … kind of loosely … in a swamp surrounded by weapons stuck in the ground.  This illustrates feeling we are helpless, that ‘our hands are tied.’  (Or, of course, claiming that.)  It refers to any kind of limitation.  It often translates ‘can’t’ or ‘unable’ or ‘impossible,’ as well as ‘stymie’ and ‘boxed in.’  It is the actual death card in Tarot Verbatim(TM).  It comes up for disability of various kinds.

 

Queen of Cups    is the believer, the goodhearted loyalist who has faith in (whatever).  Here, she stares at a funky device of some sort while water floods around her seat.  She is blond.  (Reminds me of Eric Hoffner’s True Believer concept.)  She is a ‘stand by your man’ kind of gal.  She is the sweet kind woman in the family.

 

King of Swords    is the manly man, the grownup, the man of discipline (Clark Kent, John Wayne), the leader, the military man, the strong man … or the dictator.  He can be militant, of course.  He is the authority; this card in Tarot Verbatim(TM) is not the type to take an unpopular stand.

 

 

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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3 Comments

  1. Me

    They are so many things in your readings that I find it hard to comment on any of them….they are all true for me ….but I have always this problem with blog.
    I don’t know what to do or think next.
    Do I get a lawyer to fight my appeal or to claim bankruptcy?

  2. Anna

    Marrying a strong man does seem impossible 🙂

    • “They don’t make ’em like they used to.” People say that. I know the very deep voices seem to be all gone. I miss that … but I’m retired from the field.

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