Tarot Readings for You for March 9, 2013 Saturday(c)

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Guidance    Do you see a parallel between being confronted by a person who is bullying you or invading your space and being faced with poor times and having to sacrifice?  Tarot easily slides into these comparisons. Being broke, and having your feelings raped:  Is it not a similar thing in your gut?



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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.



Four of Pentacles – Two of Wands – Seven of Wands



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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings:  Money (Four of Pentacles + Two of Wands)

Tarot Readings:  Make a Change (Seven of Wands + Judgment)

Tarot Readings:  Confronting,  (Seven of Wands)

Tarot Readings:  A Feeling about the Future (Four of Pentacles + Two of Wands)


Tarot Readings:  Money (Four of Pentacles + Two of Wands)

You are facing poor times now, but there’s a whole new life ahead.

We are going back to having money, but we have to scrimp for now.

I will be short of money for a while but I am on it – that is changing.

Pushing myself/himself to get out of the hole and financially secure again.

I spent all my money on it, so this new thing has to make me profitable.

These new ways are going to make us broke.


Tarot Readings:  Make a Change (Seven of Wands + Judgment)

Deep down inside, I am planning to make an all-out effort to change.

It’s a secret:  I am making some changes around here.

I plan to hang in there and not let things change.

Reining in my big mouth will make a better future.


Tarot Readings:  Confronting,  (Seven of Wands)

I am not letting myself confront him, but I am planning a big surprise.

The next time you push me around, you’re going to be the one who sulks.


Tarot Readings:  A Feeling about the Future (Four of Pentacles + Two of Wands)

Got a feeling in my bones that, in spite of everything, the good old days are coming back.

I am not exerting myself about it, I just believe in my gut that things will change for the better.

Hang in there, things are going to have to get better.

I can tell the future, and I say we are not going to have to defend ourselves like that.

I have a foreboding that I am going to get invaded again.







Four of Pentacles – Two of Wands – Seven of Wands




We got ourselves a story today.  We start with being broke, Four of Pentacles, and then there’s financial security, Two of Wands.  There’s a struggle, Seven of Wands, to change things or to restore them, Judgment.  So there’s one of our main stories, at least.


Two cards in Tarot Verbatim(TM) are about the future being good.  Two of Wands, it’s secure now and will be.  Judgment, we are going back to better times – a change or shift.  The other two cards are tight in the gut, one cringing and keeping quiet (Four of Pentacles) and the other in the throes of defending his own (Seven of Wands).


With Seven of Wands’ other side of being pushy, getting in someone’s face, confronting someone or something, we also have a story of laying low and being quiet (Four of Pentacles) with a plan (Two of Wands) to turn the tables or surprise (Judgment) someone who is tormenting you (Seven of Wands).  That can also read ‘Putting a damper (Four of Pentacles) on those outbursts (Seven of Wands) will make for (Two of Wands – future) a good new phase of life (Judgment).’


Do you see a parallel between being confronted by a person who is bullying you or invading your space and being face with poor times and having to sacrifice? Tarot easily slides into these comparisons.  Being broke, and having your feelings raped:  Is it not a similar thing in your gut?






Four of Pentacles   This is a tight gut.  Not having enough of what it takes, or being broke.  You are doing without.  You are being subdued.  You are hiding something, keeping a secret (or a secret is being kept from you).  You are clinging to something or someone.   You are excluded, you are ‘odd man out.’  Sulking or seething, giving someone ‘the silent treatment,’ or getting it from someone.   This can be a miserly, cheap person, or a repressed person, or a person who feels inferior.  He is sitting in the road outside of town, holding onto his money for dear life, staring ahead.


Two of Wands   The real estate mogul atop his castle surveys his kingdom with an eye to making even more profit out of his holdings.  Not only is he financially secure now, but he is ‘set for life.’  Two of Wands is the future, a good future, security or a sure thing (‘will for sure happen’).  Savings, pension, future money belong to this card in Tarot Verbatim(TM).  It is about the outlook, which brings in the future as a forecast – ‘telling the future.’  It often translates as a future tense or ‘will’ and ‘will be.’


Seven of Wands   Trespassing or being trespassed upon.  Invading turf or defending against that.  Being the one mouthing off, or dealing with the loudmouth.  ‘I’m mad as hell and won’t take it anymore’ or ‘Gimme the car keys, and, no, I won’t buy the gas.’  Steel yourself, either way – right?  You see a fellow defending his turf against a surprise invasion of neighbors.


Judgment    This illustration brings together meanings that otherwise would not be related.  The angel awakens the dead, returns them to their former state of being alive, with a loud surprising noise.  It refers to a new (and usually better) life or phase, anything returning (or returning to the way it was), a surprise, and suddenly. 



EXPLANATIONS: (Skip this and the gray tags to get to Comments.)


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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  1. Jaclyn

    Hi Emily, A couple of readings lately about being bullied and the emotinal and financial cost. This taking place both in marriage and in work . . . Sick and tired and not going to take it any more . .Thank you . .

    • Not taking it is the key. When you have analyzed the situations of bullying and can handle them, then the situations see you coming. Until then, consider these opportunities for Strength training.
      People who take advantage smell a person who won’t put up with it and can deal with it a mile away. You will see only their red tail lights.
      I think you’re gettin’ it, by golly.

  2. Selena Dori

    Do you see this possible confrontation lead in a positive direction?

    • Selena,
      Being bullied is a wonderful opportunity. It’s also a mammal custom: There are always people who want to be the herd bull or the lead cow.

      Being bullied is raw material: It’s what you do with it that determines whether it’s a good thing. When one becomes proficient at handling invasive people, invasive people either change their ways around you (Strength) or simply don’t notice you (World).

      If the bully is someone you do want around – say it’s someone you love – then, there are ways to wear down the hostility until it’s your friend because it can’t use or intimidate you. To most people most times, it’s not worth the trouble.

      That’s my perspective on it.

  3. Anna

    I am making changes

    P.S. There is no place to comment on the mobile site

    • Tell me what your mobile equipment is, and I will pass it on to Mark who does technical things on the blog.

      Glad you are doing the Spring thing now. To your success.

      • Anna

        My mobile equipment? I have the iPhone 4.

        Also, when I do leave a comment and check the box to get notified of other comments, I don’t get notified. I used to get email notifications but not now since the changes.

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