Tarot Readings for You for September 17, 2013 Tuesday(c)

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Guidance     Woman’s day here today! Some women team up, complementing one another’s abilities to mutual success naturally, seamlessly. Women succeed quietly staying in one place – even at home. Women can bridge the divide between the spiritual mystic existence and existence in the physical practical world seamlessly too. Girls’ night out is part of sharing. Being a Wife can be being an expert homemaker and teaching others the skill.



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High Priestess, Queen of Wands, Three of Cups



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Tarot Readings: Wife and Single Women (High Priestess and Queen of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Girls Have No Problem Sharing (Three of Cups and Fool)

Tarot Readings: Sharing Spiritual Knowledge (High Priestess and Three of Cups)

Tarot Readings: The Girls’ Team (Queen of Wands and Three of Cups)

Tarot Readings: May as Well Stay Home (High Priestess and Fool)


Tarot Readings: Wife and Single Women (High Priestess and Queen of Wands)

The wife lets him enjoy the company of the other woman. She was single and free, and is now happy as a wife.

Wife doesn’t care, she is out with her girl friends – they have their secrets.

Her girl friends are happy she is married and they are free.

With the wife and the Other Woman, he forgets about partying.

Girl, get out of the house and have some fun. Without even being aware of it, she teaches other women domestic skills.

Her married girl friends stay home, there’s no one to go out and have fun with.



Tarot Readings: Girls Have No Problem Sharing (Three of Cups and Fool)

Mother’s daughters stay at her house and share the wealth … why not?

She is staying at Mother’s house, sharing the money that frees up.

This lady knows how to make a profit, she doesn’t even think about it.

She and her team are the experts, the producers, and that’s being ignored.



Tarot Readings: Sharing Spiritual Knowledge (High Priestess and Three of Cups)

She is practical about spiritual knowledge, she shares it freely.

She doesn’t know that it’s her spiritual expertise that is bringing her prosperity in her earthly life.

You may as well share esoteric information with practical girlfriends.

Without even intending to, she mentors a circle of friends.

She isn’t really here in the real world, we share her company with the unknown.

These women bridge the divide between spiritual life and home life effortlessly.

When she is learning, she isn’t aware of her surroundings, she is so happy.

She is oblivious to practical life; she’s one of those women whose life is about knowing things.



Tarot Readings: The Girls’ Team (Queen of Wands and Three of Cups)

One of the girls on the team isn’t here, but both the historian (or expert) and the manager are here.

Women team up, complementing one another’s abilities to mutual success naturally.


Tarot Readings: May as Well Stay Home (High Priestess and Fool)

The girl friends meet together at her house, she just stays there; they travel, not she.

We may as well enjoy our life and our home, since that is where we are.

It could be any one of the three woman who were at that place.

It’s girls’ night out, and the two of us stay home.

She enjoys being home and stays there, feeling optimistic.

She is staying at her girl friend’s house with no restrictions or rules.


Miscellaneous Tarot Reading

Share your practical knowledge – oh, why not?


High Priestess, Queen of Wands, Three of Cups


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Our Tarot citizens today have a lot in common with one another. Come see.


High Priestess and Queen of Wands are at home; they are competent, knowledgeable woman who have some social standing and maturity. High Priestess is bookish or spiritual; Queen of Wands is practical and manages people.
High Priestess is not active but more behind the scenes; Queen of Wands is out there watching and running the place. High Priestess can mean the spiritual plane; Queen of Wands can mean indoors, or at the house, or being at home – can even mean the home country of a person.



Then, in Three of Cups, we have the women who are together, who have pooled their resources (money, knowledge, whatever) toward a profitable venture, and succeeded so well they are celebrating the harvest: the girls’ team. They trust one another like The Three Musketeers. Frequently (along with Three of Pentacles) this Rider Waite Tarot card in the Tarot Verbatim™ system indicates a meeting of three people. Three of Cups is enjoying one another’s company, partying or celebrating. This is one of the happy feel-good cards.



Over it all is the ambiguous freedom-loving Fool: never mind, don’t worry, being oblivious, careless, free of any restrictions, unthinking, being young and optimistic, representing living a spiritual life which contradicts common sense.



Fool and Three of Cups are both happy, feel-good cards. He is skipping along with his frisky pup, recklessly close to cliff’s edge. The underlying meaning to Fool is sort of ‘God protects Fools and drunks’: A person who lives in the ‘out there’ plane is buffered from earthly harm – is on autopilot.



Fool and High Priestess both refer to the subconscious and to the nonphysical planes. Fool and High Priestess refer to the spiritual life, in different ways. Together, they would mean that spiritual knowledge is not knowing in the physical world, being oblivious to it – which is true, just try it!






High Priestess is one of those people like the sober person at the drunken party: Knows all and doesn’t participate because she knows better. This is the mystic, spiritual person, bookish person, sedentary person, the quiet lady who isn’t promoting herself, the feminine “lady” woman or someone seen as that.


She can be a bookkeeper, librarian, secretary, writer, scholar, researcher, an expert at something or everything. She soaks up knowledge; she is receptive in the Tao sense, in the “be water” sense.


So she is pictured with all the occult symbols Arthur Waite could dream up … which are a lot … seated, holding a mystic book, the sliver moon at her feet, very calm.




Queen of Wands is the opposite personality to High Priestess. She lives in the physical real world. She is the keeper of the house or business, or both: the manager. She has house rules, she runs a tight ship, she is practical and competent and no-nonsense. Pragmatic, in a word. Stereotypical nurse. Your mama. The Wife. The black cat with the attitude tells you not to cross this woman, and gives her a ‘little something’ in common with her sister High Priestess. These two complement one another, make a good team.




Three of Cups are girlfriends, are women together, are women in a team, women sharing some project or enterprise, women who have some success to celebrate. They can be party girls (even prostitutes, if the question contains the idea) or debutantes, too.


Three of Cups stands for sharing, enjoying life, camaraderie, teamwork, lighthearted atmosphere. The illustration in Rider Waite shows three women who have pooled their resources to grow pumpkins celebrating the profits from the harvest, sharing freely.



Fool has a rep as the most ambiguous card in the deck. It exemplifies subconscious awareness as well as being oblivious to the the real world. The underlying meaning of this Tarot citizen is the fact that the spiritual life makes no sense in the physical world, but it doesn’t go around meaning that in any spread! It stands for the naivete of youth, faith (unfounded?) in whatever one has faith in, freedom, not being present, forgetting or being unaware, optimism or lightheartedness. Evokes the “oh, never mind” phrases, such as “Don’t even think about it.”


Now you know why Fool is pictured as prancing off a cliff with his puppy dog, and being on a journey with no provisions.


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1 Comment

  1. Anna

    Yep happy hour tonight with friends

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