Tarot Readings for You for July 22, 2013 Monday(c)

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Guidance     A man’s concept of marriage often is: Being the ‘happily married man’ means being the bureaucratic type and conforming. This is more than enough to give a guy cold feet. He feels jealous for no reason. His family feels threatened by his impending marriage. Meanwhile, she is excited to marry a good man, even one that irritates her in some ways. He defends ‘his people.’ Today’s theme points out that even a happy marriage gets people upset.


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Ten of Cups

Fool – King of Cups – Page of Swords




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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Happily Married Man, Family (King of Cups and Ten of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Feeling Edgy, Defending My People (Page of Swords and Ten of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Man Lets His Emotions Flow (Fool and King of Cups)


Tarot Readings: Happily Married Man, Family (King of Cups and Ten of Cups)

Nervous about him not being around here, marrying and having a family of his own.


The family assumes his being married is some kind of threat to them.


May as well marry the good man even if he irritates you.


Excited to marry the good man, and you may as well.


Why should a happily married man be jealous?


Optimistic and thrilled about marrying (or being married to) a decent calm man.


He feels he may as well marry in spite of his cold feet (nervousness).


He doesn’t think of himself in terms of being a ‘happily married man’ – that makes him self-conscious.


He has no reason to be jealous of his spouse.


His family doesn’t have a worry in the world; the emotional man does their worrying for them.



Tarot Readings: Feeling Edgy, Defending My People (Page of Swords and Ten of Cups)

He is edgy around his folks and doesn’t know why.


He defends his people mindlessly: He is touchy about this.


These people are who he is part of, his tribe, no matter how mad he is with them.


I assume it’s a government of ‘we the people’ but I’m nervous about that.


It isn’t worth fighting with the people around him about, but his feelings are hurt.



Tarot Readings: Man Lets His Emotions Flow (Fool and King of Cups)

He is so emotional, so jealous … happy with him other than that.


He assumes he is happy whenever he feels that way … until proven otherwise.


Belonging gets on my nerves; I am calm when I am free.


He isn’t anxious about belonging any more; he has calmed down.


May as well be happy and calm. Why bother to get mad?


He just lets his emotions flow, and it gets him into trouble with people.



Ten of Cups

Fool – King of Cups – Page of Swords





We have marriage or family, Ten of Cups, and the emotional man, King of Cups, who is part of this marriage or family (who can also be the bureaucrat, ). This is the dominant theme.



To the left of this unit is Fool, a multidimensional Rider Waite Tarot card that means to be free as a bird, not even think, to assume, to just let it be, to not be there, optimism – today’s applications of Fool.



To the right is Page of Swords who is also emotional (so he joins with King of Cups in that). Both of these also can be jealous, too. Page of Swords is hyped up, excited, feels threatened, edgy, touchy, defensive – in this case defending his group – whether spouse or family, community, neighborhood, whatever, including sports loyalties and ethnicities. Defending the honor, you know.





Fool doesn’t even think about it, assumes, just lets it be, is optimistic and lighthearted and casual … whatever …. The deeper meaning for Fool is that spiritual enlightened people have nothing to fear, but the application of that concept is being free as a bird, optimistic, to take things on face value and ‘Don’t worry; be happy.’ This is the fellow who is skipping over the cliff with his doggie, and is on a journey with only a little pouch on a stick.



King of Cups is the gentleman, the calm man, the mellow fellow, the bureaucrat, the decent man, the mild-mannered unassertive good man, the emotional paramour or husband. Maybe the drinking man. He is positively aspected here in our spread. The Rider Waite illustration of King of Cups shows him looking uneasy, with water running around his throne and the symbol of ships being tossed on waves – symbols that appear right on cue for instability, in the Rider Waite system.



Page of Swords is hyped up, excited, feels threatened, edgy, touchy, defensive – in this case defending his group – whether family, community, neighborhood, whatever, including sports loyalties and ethnicities. Defending the honor, you know. He is apprehensive, jealous, nervous, mad, annoyed. Pictured with hair flying, holding his trusty blade aloft with no one in sight for miles around, just some storm clouds.



Ten of Cups is happiness, marriage, happy marriage, spouse, family, people, neighborhood or neighbors, community, folks, the good people, people in the ‘normal’ group, and so on. The cloying illustration is of an embracing couple with the dream home in the suburbs with golf-course landscaping, the boy- and girl- child skipping along, a rainbow over the house … AND NO DOG! Where’s Toto?


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!)


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