Tarot Readings for You for July 25, 2013 Thursday(c)

Jul 24, 2013 by

Guidance     Advice regards the downside to the struggle to get ahead, mainly the scheming relatives and buddies who have an eye on your ship coming in.  The advice is to be aware of this situation but to focus on making the best of it: ‘determine what good shall come of it.’   It speaks of ambition being fueled by those very underclass folks.  A house in a good neighborhood that you must have a good income to buy is a motivation, too.


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Ten of Pentacles

Knight of Pentacles – Three of Wands – Hanged Man



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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Motivations to Make Money (Knight of Pentacles and Three of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Relatives and the Ambitious Person (Knight of Pentacles and Ten of Pentacles)


Tarot Readings: Motivations to Make Money (Knight of Pentacles and Three of Wands)

Know what your problems are but think foremost of good things happening.


When you smell trouble from relatives and problem friends, determine what good shall come of it!


The main thing to focus on for good things to be coming to you is your radar for who-all the trouble will be coming from.


Awareness of how trashy the people you know are fuels ambition to make money for yourself.


Be well aware of both the good things to come and the problems they will bring.


He has this house in a good neighborhood on his mind that he must acquire the income to buy.



Tarot Readings: Relatives and the Ambitious Person (Knight of Pentacles and Ten of Pentacles)

As the one with ambition focuses on bringing in money, people around him pick up on that and scheme.


The underclass zeroes in on inspired ways of getting money in.


Be aware of all the people who have an eye on your income: Trouble!


You know what is happening and are going to make it their problem if it’s the last thing you do.


He is going to realize who the financial problem is coming from when he puts his mind to it.


His inspired ideas about how to get money from relatives are his sole ambition.


Ten of Pentacles

Knight of Pentacles – Three of Wands – Hanged Man





Here’s another Thematic Apperception Test for us – ‘arrange these four pictures into a story.’ Elements of the story are the man who is focused on one thing, the ambitious man, Knight of Pentacles; money coming in, Three of Wands; intense awareness, sensing something, instinct, Hanged Man; dysfunctional relatives and/or circle of acquaintances … problems with people, Ten of Pentacles.


Well, that was easy.


Both Knight of Pentacles and Hanged Man are about awareness in Tarot Verbatim(TM). Knight of Pentacles is focused on one real physical practical thing that is of interest or even obsession to him. Hanged Man is intensely aware, sensing something intuitively or even instinctually – not necessarily consciously. So you potentially have the conscious and the subconscious – ambition and ESP.



The point of today’s message is twofold: (1) to take into account ahead of time the downside of your improving finances and (2) fix the situation so that it actually benefits you (or at least does no harm) when it happens.



(Want an example? – Bubba the drugger is gonna latch onto my coattails and perch on my sofa when I get that good job. Solution: Give Bubba … today … a list of all the chores he can do for you when you get the job, and how much an hour he will be paid – and, no, not under the table – you’re gonna need some tax deductions.)







Knight of Pentacles is focused on one thing, even obsessively. He is ambitious, even driven. His stereotype is that of a short dark fella who is very physical, tough even – who has one thing in mind and he’s gonna see to it that something gets done or not done, whatever he has in his mind.




Three of Wands has good prospects, is waiting for his ships to come in and they are in sight. That is the illustration on the Rider Waite Tarot. It’s about income quite often.



Hanged Man is intensely aware, intuitively aware, senses, ‘smells,’ is psychically aware, realizes, an idea strikes him full-blown – the eureka experience, in which the subconscious kicks an idea into your head – boom! His head shows energy around it for that reason. He is upside down because that is the way you feel when you suddenly realize you knew something all along.




Ten of Pentacles births many phrases, but its general meaning is people problems. The illustration here is a family quarrel. It is a house, too, and means a (dysfunctional) marriage. It can mean the gentry or the underclass, often has the idea of a quarrel, feud or scheme. It can be any group of people – again with a negative spin – such as a mob, a gang, corrupt social system, politicians, neighbors, the company you work for.


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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  1. Anna

    Oh trouble, trouble, trouble, trouble

    • This is another presentation about making the best use of trouble. I like the part that trashy people show you how not to be, and the part about taking the mooch and/or interfering relatives into account, factor them into your progress. Quite often, sarcasm (of which I am master) can motivate trouble people toward what you want out of them. I once improved a bastard boyfriend’s behavior for more than a month with the remark “You’ll never be any better than you have to be.”

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