Tarot Readings for You for June 12, 2013 Wednesday(c)

Jun 11, 2013 by

Guidance     Power clashes happen due to circumstances, not just due to personalities. My job and your job, or my position as parent and your position, are designed to counterbalance each other so we are going to be butting heads. Our message today is two commanding personalities are mature enough to give one another leeway precisely because one or the other or both can issue an ultimatum. That is how peace is accomplished … both sides being responsible sensible persons. Maybe both sides being armed and able.

 

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Queen of Wands

Four of Cups – Chariot – Ace of Swords

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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: Accomplish the Purpose (Chariot and Ace of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Control, Boss, in Charge, Orders (Ace of Swords and Queen of Wands; Chariot and Ace of Swords)

Tarot Readings: You Can’t Boss Me, Refusing (Four of Cups and Ace of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Decides (Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Vehicle (Chariot)

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Tarot Readings: Accomplish the Purpose (Chariot and Ace of Swords)

It’s my house, and I’ve got to get it in order, no matter what.

 

When a certain person keeps refusing to take responsibility, mama issues an ultimatum.

 

She doesn’t have a house of her own, but she aims to, and she shall.

 

I don’t have both my private and my professional life under control, but I will.

 

She gets the job done when she doesn’t have to.

 

Her indomitable will stops that in its tracks.

 

The woman won the fight; he did not want to win.

 

He has to do this one; his wife cannot.

 

A couple of two commanding people who do not clash.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Control, Boss, in Charge, Orders (Ace of Swords and Queen of Wands; Chariot and Ace of Swords)

He is absolutely not in control of her place: She is.

 

She is the boss in her house and she forbids this.

 

She has decided what is absolutely not going on around her.

 

As the manager, she isn’t giving orders but she is in charge.

 

She and he are both in full charge and do not have to be number one.

 

As a sensible person, she did not follow those orders, and she takes full responsibility for that.

 

An assertive woman isn’t going to succeed here.

 

He chooses to be in control, and he won’t let her be.

 

She has decided he isn’t allowed, and that’s final.

 

 

Tarot Readings: You Can’t Boss Me, Refusing (Four of Cups and Ace of Swords)

No woman is going to boss him; he is master of his fate.

 

No way is he going to let a woman have authority: He is the boss.

 

His wife isn’t going to let him boss her, and that’s final!

 

He cannot force his wife to.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Decides (Chariot)

He decides she isn’t going to be his wife, no matter what.

 

Having a wife is what makes him decide not to.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Vehicle (Chariot)

He is not in control of the vehicle; she is.

 

It’s her vehicle, and you can’t drive it!

 

He does not drive his wife’s vehicle: no way.

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Queen of Wands

Four of Cups – Chariot – Ace of Swords

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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Well, three out of our four Tarot board members here mean ‘to be boss’ and ‘to accomplish a purpose.’ The other is ‘to refuse,’ and ‘No way!’ So it’s obvious we have some head-butting going on. Luckily, both Chariot and Queen of Wands are practical responsible types.

 

 

Chariot is getting the job done by any means possible, using whatever guarantees failure as fodder for success. Charioteers were battlefield strategists; they are project managers today. Although they are in control and in charge, giving orders is not the focus of this Tarot Verbatim(TM) card; success, achievement, willpower and completing the mission are.

 

 

Queen of Wands is in charge too – of home or business (or both) – and that includes managing people; she is The Mama. She is the main Wife card, and Manager card for workplace questions. The competent and practical hands-on lady, not the glamorous one, usually.

 

 

Together, the other pair of Rider Waite cards in Tarot Verbatim(TM) – Four of Cups and Ace of Swords – mean ‘can’t make me’ and ‘don’t have to’ and ‘no one is forcing you.’

 

 

Four of Cups’ meaning is plain. No. Don’t want. Refuse to. Not going to get a response from this person: not talking. No way. It acts as a negative modifier, sometimes meaning ‘can’t’ in the sense of ‘not allowed to.’

 

 

Here, Ace of Swords’ application is expressed in the light of Chariot and Queen of Wands: being boss, master of my fate, giving and not taking orders, indomitable will, ‘that’s final’ and the determination of ‘shall’ and ‘will.’ Then Four of Cups chimes in and flavors these with not giving orders, not having to be number one, not being assertive.

 

 

Power clashes happen due to circumstances, not just due to personalities. My job and your job, or my position as parent and your position, are designed to counterbalance each other so we are going to be butting heads. Our message today is two commanding personalities are mature enough to give one another leeway precisely because one or the other or both can issue an ultimatum. That is how peace is accomplished … both sides being responsible sensible persons. Maybe both sides being armed and able.

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Four of Cups’ meaning is plain. He sits, arms crossed, legs crossed, looking away from the latest offer. No. Don’t want. Refuse to. Not going to get a response from this person: not talking. No way. The offer is not accepted. It acts as a negative modifier, sometimes meaning ‘can’t’ in the sense of ‘not allowed to.’

 

Chariot is getting the job done by any means possible, using willpower and using whatever guarantees failure as fodder for success. Charioteers were the Marines or special forces of their day: Their strategies were a huge factor in who won a war. Chariot, here, has hitched sphinxes (each of whom turns in one direction) up in such a way they have to go straight because the other is in the way of the turn, and he uses a magic wand in place of reins. That ‘master of both worlds’ theme is suggested here.

 

Ace of Swords, the blade gripped firmly and held straight up, cutting edge forward, is a threat, is enforcement and force. The crown on the weapon shows it represents power or power people. The laurel leaves represent victory, which translates ‘win,’ ‘winner’ and ‘winning.’ Ace of Swords makes such a strong statement it means ‘ultimatum’ and ‘command’ and, of course, ‘commander.’ It contributes ‘have to’ and ‘must’ to most of its sentences.

 

Queen of Wands is a practical down-to-earth plain woman (not famous for glamor like some others). She has that alert look of the woman of the house, a big stick in one hand and a flower in the other. She looks like the sensible competent no-nonsense woman who has a good reason for everything she does or thinks. The cat sometimes is the reason she shows up in a spread.

 

 

EXPLANATIONS: [Use the arrow at lower right to skip this and go to Comments.]

 

All the words of each Tarot card reading you see here are a phrase-by-phrase translation of the scene pictured on those cards: no filler, no psychic impressions, no spirit guide. Word-for-word Tarot Verbatim(TM).

 

In these group readings, there’s no question (and no Questioner) to limit what the four cards can mean, so they can mean opposite things.

 

When there is a negative-meaning card (a ‘negator,’ I call them), the readings contradict one another because that card can make any of the other cards in the spread negative. Negator cards mean things like: no, never, not, end, can’t, etc. Never be queasy about the number of ‘bad’ card because it takes two bad cards to say ‘not dead’ and only one to say ‘dead.’

 

Without a question or a Questioner, pronouns (I, you, he, she, we, they, etc.) are very flexible. I leave out pronouns in writing this as much as possible – awkward to do that sometimes. When I put them in parentheses, feel very free to change them around to suit yourself.

 

Now in a ‘real’ individual reading, the questioner asks a specific question which provides at least half the information! In an individual’s 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 more 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 successfully addresses the group of visitors, whoever they are. It provides useful information that applies to their daily lives: They tell you this in the comments, for three years now. Tarot can tell you things about people you don’t know personally – such as whoever on your job has a say in your raise or continued employment there, whether that is one person or many. Visitors report that the information is equally accurate for new visitors as it is for the family of regular visitors.

 

Do you want to read Rider Waite Tarot, yourself? Start with Learn Tarot by Pictures to get the day’s cards’ individual meanings; then read Learn Tarot by Observation, which gives you the thinking those four cards inspire in a qualified reader. Next, Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading is the various things those four cards can say (without a question to guide them). Then, Guidance is a summary.

 

In this way, your intuition allows you to learn to read the cards without much effort if you come often enough. Regular visitors can just put it together.


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6 Comments

  1. Jules

    This answers the question I had in my head last night and again this am.

    • Well darn. Would love to know which part was meaningful. It’s still good to know the arrow hit somewhere near the bulls-eye.

  2. Jaclyn

    This insightfully describes my situation at work. I am a supervisor of one very lazy employee. She bursts into tears when given direct feedback . . but when I present bad news as the opinion of the big bosses and me as the sympathetic partner helping her pull her act together .. we are getting somewhere. Emily, you are amazing

    • I read, and I see where you got that application. Interesting. Thank you for letting me know what it was all about.

  3. Anna

    Had a clash with my mom but it went ok

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