Tarot Readings for You for August 7, 2013 Wednesday(c)

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Guidance     Advice is describing a woman we have all met, often as mama or ex-wife:  The complaining, whining nag; the woman who has a fit and persists at that until she is given whatever it is she is demanding.  She is associated with divorce here, whether she is the one demanding it, or whether she is being divorced for being who she is. 


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Two of Pentacles – Queen of Swords – Nine of Cups




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Tarot Readings: Divorce an Unstable Woman (Two of Pentacles, Queen of Swords and Tower)

Tarot Readings: She Pitches a Fit until she Gets It (Nine of Cups and Tower)


Tarot Readings: Divorce an Unstable Woman (Two of Pentacles, Queen of Swords and Tower)

She will either have her needs met or divorce.


She is the one who wanted the divorce, and she is still bitter about it.


He continues to want to divorce the bitch.


She keeps nagging him to divorce. That is what she really wants.


The ex-wife wants him to come back.


He keeps going back to the nasty woman he divorced because she wants things.


Divorce from the unstable bitter woman is the best thing that ever happened to him.


She keeps raising hell until she gets the divorce AND gets what she wants in it.


Wants to divorce her as she keeps up the whining.



Tarot Readings: She Pitches a Fit until she Gets It (Nine of Cups and Tower)

She gets what she wants by whining and having tantrums … every time.


She has one outburst after another regarding complaining she is not getting what she wants.


His mama deeps demanding he do what she wants: break up with you.


She destroys one thing after another until she gets what she hasn’t been getting.


She is confrontational about one after another demand of hers that is not being satisfied.


She is a strong woman and is persistent. She will destroy or overthrow whatever she wants to.


This unstable woman blows her top whenever she wants.



Two of Pentacles – Queen of Swords – Nine of Cups




I believe this theme belongs to someone, maybe someone who regularly chooses not to comment.



You can’t miss one of the divorce (Tower) cards – the one that means a temper tantrum – appearing along with the complaining, nagging, whining woman, Queen of Swords. Queen of Swords is also the negative mama … The Bitch.



Then the other two cards are keep it up, Two of Pentacles, and getting what you want, Nine of Cups.



As you can see, not a lot of stories are going to grow out of the scenario these four Tarot individuals describe. So we are brief today.






Two of Pentacles is the either/or fella, is to persist over and over, to continue, to be unstable. We see a juggler with ships tossed up and down on waves behind him as he has the symbol of ‘repeat indefinitely’ connecting the items he is juggling.



Queen of Swords is, in Tarot Verbatim ™ Rider Waite, the complaining, nagging, whining, dissatisfied woman. She does not have what she deserves and is bitter and often vocal. The drawing is true to this concept. Love that hand outstretched ‘Now would be GOOD.’ This card can also be the strong woman, woman with character who expects others to live up to her standards, the victim, the plaintiff in a lawsuit, the older woman.



Nine of Cups is such a lovely card usually, but it is no match for what is going on here; it gets drawn into the negative nagging scenario. It stands for wanting, and for getting what you want. It means your wish is granted – the person who asked the question’s wish is granted. That is called the Querant, a word you will find nowhere else but Tarot material. He ate and drank and is full: end of story for this card.



Tower is a blowup, a destruction, a grand mal temper fit, being thrown out of the house, divorce. Pictured is the Tower of Babel, people on fire falling out of windows.


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  1. Anon

    Wow, this one really applied to me, but I don’t think I’m the nagging/whining type – a man that called off our relationship (but didn’t actually tell me that was what he was doing) left his wife and moved in with a much younger woman with no kids. I was devastated beyond words. I wasn’t able to find resolution until I had ALL the information about everybody involved and dissected the scenario completely. It’s just how I work. I sent him an email saying that I understood and wished him well. I was serious and meant it.

    • Well, you saint you!
      Most likely, that is the way he saw you. Let me explain. A full-of-hmself guy resents any expectation from his woman: That makes here a demanding bitch. Because he is lord of creation and you are so lucky he sits on your couch. So, from his view, that part of the reading does fit.
      So nice when all the facts come together, isn’t it?
      I put in a requisition with God’s executive secretary for a partner for you who is … ‘just right.’

  2. Lori

    Oddly, I had a dream last night that I was at the movies with my ex. I was hanging on his arm, and kept calling him my husband, and he kept correcting me that I was his ex. He even left for a few minutes in the middle of the movie to go flirt with another girl. I woke up angry and confused. I haven’t talked to my ex in a couple years and have a new man I;m newly seeing. Oh and my ex mother in law was the bitch from hell.

    • This dream is you reminding yourself of how annoying your ex was; it is you re-experiencing how you felt with him. I feel it is wrapping up that era of your life.
      One function of dreams is to dispose of useless pass events and feelings. This was one of those. Notice that you did not try to get his attention when he was engrossed with another dame. That indicates you are through with him, even though his rudeness distressed you.
      Think: This dream may have ended with you walking away from him. We don’t always remember the close of our dreams.

  3. BunnyB

    Yea, its me… I want the divorce but I feel the bitch is HIS momma tho. They act more married than we do!!

    • “A woman we have all met.” My first (bisexual) husband and his mother were like that too. Those two had a very embarrassing conversation, once upon a time. After it’s all over, if yours is like mine, you will have several very funny war-stories to share for years to come. I certainly do: I could write a cartoon book about life with that one.

    • TT

      Wow, your comment fits my life perfectly, right down to his mom.

      • There will be better days, TT. Get some distance on it, and you see the humor of it. Look at it that way as prematurely as you can.
        This scenario is more common that we are led to believe. My brother was a victim of it, and so was at least his first marriage.

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