Tarot Readings for You for April 27, 2013 Saturday(c)

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Guidance     Housekeeping is happening here. Things are being set straight and straightened out in love life, friendship, finances … and wherever else the messes are. Accepting the mess is part of our recipe for cleanup. Today’s kerfuffle is therapeutic, is that ‘healing crisis’ we hear about. We trip and fall into a featherbed.



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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.


Knight of Cups

Seven of Cups – Justice – Two of Wands




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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Let There Be Love (Two of Wands and Knight of Cups)

Tarot Readings: A Mess is Straightened Out (Seven of Cups and Justice)

Tarot Readings: Friend (Knight of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Finances (Two of Wands)


Tarot Readings: Let There Be Love (Two of Wands and Knight of Cups)

Flabbergasted that things are going to be the way they should for such a warmhearted guy.


Stable enough to be sane but I lose it when I’m in love.


Amazing: You’re going to have the boyfriend you should have.


Out of the blue, a financially secure fellow offers to marry you.


Will be in shock when you get a commitment from the boyfriend.



Tarot Readings: A Mess is Straightened Out (Seven of Cups and Justice)

The mess is going to be straightened out, I agree.


He offers to get the out-of-control mess under control the right way.


Things with him go from crazy to permanently sane.


The shit is going to hit the fan, but, with his help, we’ll be okay.


The overview, long term, is we got ourselves into this mess being fair.



Tarot Readings: Friend (Knight of Cups)

When the dust settles, he will be a friend.


Having always been such a good guy, I am entitled to a nervous breakdown.


I accept you as okay no matter how crazy you’re going to get.


He’s a sweet and totally out-of-it guy, but his books balance.



Tarot Readings: Finances (Two of Wands)

Shocked when you get a fair offer for the real estate.


Initiates a lawsuit for a mindboggling sum.


I can accept that I deserve my finances to go way out of control.




Knight of Cups

Seven of Cups – Justice – Two of Wands




Housekeeping is happening here. Things are being set straight and straightened out in love life, friendship, finances … and wherever else the messes are. Accepting the mess is part of our recipe for cleanup.



Two of Wands and Justice are in order and under control – sane, even, with Justice. It’s that dratted Seven of Cups that inaugurates the craziness, the mess, and the out-of-control strain in today’s doings.



But we’re in luck: Here comes Two of Wands: stability and a good orderly future. Sooo, today’s kerfuffle is therapeutic, is that ‘healing crisis’ we hear about. We trip and fall into a featherbed.





Seven of Cups Oops! Oh, no! A mess, a kerfuffle, out of the blue, it’s all out-of-control, we’ve ‘lost it,’ we’re in craziness, we’re in shock. Or it’s amazing and we’re flabbergasted. Seven of Cups is when you’re looking for the steering wheel and the train is headed your way. But (in other Tarot company than today’s) it can be the muse’s off-the-wall mindboggling inspiration. This concept is illustrated by Pandora’s Box or Sorcerer’s Apprentice myths, which have the same moral: When the darkside is out, and things are beyond you, wait until you hear the quiet sweet voice of the good fairy.


Justice Deadpan total sanity weighed in the balance and marked as evidence in the lawsuit of life. That’s Justice. Things go the way they should, ‘should’ and ‘ought’ being operative words for this Rider Waite Tarot citizen. This card in Tarot Verbatim(TM) also stands in for commitment and marriage … as in the ‘legal’ of legal marriage.


Two of Wands The banker owns everybody’s home, below, and he stands above them, planning his next profitmaking and totally legitimate venture with them. He stands for the plan, the future, profit, a good financial future, a stable situation or person, a sure thing. He’s got the world in his hands, you see ….


Knight of Cups is a good guy, a good man, Prince Charming, the guitar player (my term for him), the sweet boyfriend who (yes!) takes the initiative. He is an offer and he is an acceptance. Mercury’s wings on his helmet denote him as a messenger, a diplomat. He is drawn, in his illustration, with curved lines, and in pastels, like Six of Cups is, and his steed is borrowed from a merry-go-round.



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. Jules

    Mess is a good word for it. Accepting the mess, knowing it’s temporary and therapeutic, priceless.
    Featherbed, ok!
    “When the dust settles, he will be a friend”.
    Thanks, all makes sense to me today.

    • I really appreciate it when you (or anyone!) says which parts resonate with him/her. It makes the interpretations a little more focused.

      Thank you, Jules.

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