Tarot Readings for You for October 1, 2013 Tuesday(c)

Sep 30, 2013 by

Guidance      The beneficial changes being part of a loving couple or loving family bring. The daughter marries and lives in a good home where there is love. Or she moves back into her parents’ loving home as a single woman again. A return to good health or having desirable credentials brings a better and easier life. Being one of those people everyone likes and approves of is an entree into community life as a successful person.


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Ace of Cups

Knight of Swords – Nine of Pentacles – Four of Wands




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Tarot Readings: Love and Marriage (Four of Wands and Ace of Cups)

Tarot Readings: A Fine House in a Good Neighborhood (Nine of Pentacles and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Accepted Now Because of a Change (Knight of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Credentials Make a Difference (Knight of Swords and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Spiritual Life Causes Change (Knight of Swords and Ace of Cups)


Tarot Readings: Love and Marriage (Four of Wands and Ace of Cups)


Fall in love and suddenly change from a single to a married woman.


He comes over to her house, he is in love.


Married love is a change for a single woman.


She goes from being an independent single woman living in her own place to being a loving couple who live together.


Suddenly he is marrying the woman he loves because she is single and doing so fine.


She marries for love and moves out of the influential parents’ house.


He loves her, and her house is a good place for both of them to live, so he is the one to move.


Tarot Readings: A Fine House in a Good Neighborhood (Nine of Pentacles and Four of Wands)


She moves back into her loving parents’ house all by herself.


She is comfortable in this house; she changes it to suit herself.


She is easily wealthy enough to live in this neighborhood. That is a change of circumstances.


She moves into the community as one of those people everyone likes and approves of.


Gentrification of the neighborhood gets upper-class people like her to move in.


The daughter inherits the family house and restores it to good condition.


She has a home in a safe neighborhood now, which is a big change for her.



Tarot Readings: Accepted Now Because of a Change (Knight of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Suddenly everyone accepts her as a member in good standing.


Everybody loves her when she becomes somebody in her field.


She is back in the fold as one of the godly people.


She is accepted to move back into the family’s house.


Tarot Readings: Credentials Make a Difference (Knight of Swords and Four of Wands)


She is ‘of good family’ and will have an easy transition when she moves out.


With her credentials, the company easily has her on the fast track.



Tarot Readings: Spiritual Life Causes Change (Knight of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Live by yourself: You can love everybody for a change.


Her spiritual life causes her to shift from being one of the upstanding people.


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Ace of Cups

Knight of Swords – Nine of Pentacles – Four of Wands





Nine of Pentacles and Four of Wands both refer to houses in a good neighborhood and also refer to being one of the upstanding respectable better-off class of people we used to call rich before all those rich people said ‘I’m not rich.’


Nine of Pentacles is a single woman, and of course Four of Wands is married folks.


Ace of Cups is true love, good health, everything being fine with no harm being done, ‘good,’ and God – mainly. You can see Four of Wands and Ace of Cups says ‘marry for love’ and refers to a house in good condition.


Knight of Swords is a sudden change or shift or going back. But it can also mean ‘leaving’ and also can mean ‘in a hurry.’ You can see


Knight of Swords and Four of Wands saying ‘leaving home’ or ‘coming back to the marriage’ or ‘marrying suddenly’ or even ‘in a hurry to marry.’


Now you can see at a glance that the most common subject these particular four cards would appear together for is:  A woman gets married for love and moves out of her parents’ house, or even for the groom to move into her fine house. If you saw any of these things as you read the paragraphs above, you have a feel for the way to read Tarot verbatim.





Knight of Swords pursues avidly but also means to flee.  Today he is about a change, about moving from one to the other – becoming – a change in personal circumstances.  His illustration shows a fully armed warrior, sword extended, leaning forward on his flying horse.  Yes, he is getting ahead …



Nine of Pentacles has it made as a single woman who lives a life of independence and does as she pleases.  She is usually a businesswoman, a proprietor of a business and/or an owner of agricultural land. This is not the wealthy debutante. She is not taking care of anybody except her falcon.



Four of Wands shows a wedding that unites leading families. Its meanings that grow out of that scene are marriage, family, power people or establishment, headquarters, a company, a fine house in a good neighborhood (or the neighborhood).



Ace of Cups’  illustration demonstrates the Roman Catholic influence on Rider Waite Tarot. The flow from the bowl reminds you of Ste. Theresa d’Avila’s once-famous analogy regarding the abundant flow of divine love.  The five flows are the five senses and/or five bodily fluids per the Middle Ages.  You see the dove as the Holy Spirit and the wafer of communion that represents (or is) the presence of God.  So the card can mean those things.  But it usually means true love, an easy flow or cooperation, beneficial, good, no harm coming (or harmless) and good health.


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  1. Lori

    Love Love Love, from single to being in a couple, ain’t love grand?

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