Tarot Readings for You for September 8, 2013 Sunday(c)

Sep 7, 2013 by

Guidance      is presenting ‘Make love not war,’ along with what an effort it is, and the resistance you can expect when you intervene in conflict. Good news is that Boyfriend not only loves you but admits and acts on that love! We are all about bringing people the health and the help that benefit them, and being the sweet guy who initiates friendly loving contact, with a caveat that acceptance is not assured.


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If you just want your daily look ahead, Guidance and Tarot Readings are all you need. ‘Guidance’ (above) is a summary of what the cards are telling visitors to be aware of this day.


‘Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.


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Five of Wands

Ace of Cups – Knight of Cups – Hermit




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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Boyfriend Loves Her (Ace of Cups and Knight of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Being a Good Man (Knight of Cups and Hermit)

Tarot Readings: Fights and Conflicts (Five of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Brings Good Health (Ace of Cups and Knight of Cups)


Tarot Readings: Boyfriend Loves Her (Ace of Cups and Knight of Cups)

It’s a fact that Boyfriend loves you with all his heart and with all his might.


Very energetic and gentle in his lovemaking.


He is out vigorously looking for love.


He is fighting that loving feeling.


Try really hard to be patient: He loves you all the way and is telling you that.


He expresses his love openly and honestly, just like he fights.


A struggle for an old man to be a young lover.




Tarot Readings: Being a Good Man (Knight of Cups and Hermit)

He accepted God and tries hard to be godly.


A patient and humble man like him makes peace between warring factions.


He witnessed the fellow making peace in the fight.


Trying hard to cooperate and help a friend out.


Such a nice honest likeable fellow – he tries hard to be.


Every effort to politely defer to the older man.


He accepts peaceful resistance as a fact.


He makes a major effort to look for and find people who will accept his help.



Tarot Readings: Fights and Conflicts (Five of Wands)

When there’s strife with an older man, you love younger men.


When there’s strife with a younger man, you love older men.


He cooperates wholeheartedly with the investigation into the fight.


It’s a friendly fight among friends who mean well.


Accept the fact that exercise is healthful, and does no harm.


The old man is a fighter, the young man is a lover.


The young man is a lover, the old man is a fighter.


Accept the fact no damage was done in the conflict/fight.



Tarot Readings: Brings Good Health (Ace of Cups and Knight of Cups)

Go out and walk for exercise; it gives you good health.


There is a war against people who give health to others, and bring them information.


When you offer them the information that would make them healthy, they fight you.


Make friends exercising. This is healing and gives you your health.


A doctor who looks to give you your health: Try hard to find one!



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This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contradictions – and also the pronouns are more flexible. If it feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ and you’re a ‘she,’ feel free to adopt it anyway.


Five of Wands

Ace of Cups – Knight of Cups – Hermit





Three cards’ meanings dovetail into lots of similar themes today. Five of Wands is the spoiler. Look at this! Straight across Ace of Cups and Knight of Cups and Hermit all refer to: being good; receiving some benefit; friendship and friends; love, in one form or another. All are about helping or being helped as well.


Knight of Cups and Hermit are helping others. Ace of Cups and Knight of Cups mean cooperating. Knight of Cups and Hermit are coming to the other person, taking initiative, making the first move. Knight of Cups and Hermit both mean ‘friend.’


Ace of Cups is God and God-related subjects; Hermit, as as the monk, serves God. This gives us a spiritual theme. Both of these two cards also refer to healing and health.


The Christian symbolism in Tarot is of a more recent origin than Tarot itself. Tarot was introduced to the West at a time when the Roman Catholic church was the order of the day in Europe. Mr. Waite included those cards in the Rider Waite deck, and Pamela Coleman Smith drew the cathedrals and other Christian setting when she did the illustrations. (Wiccans often object to the Rider Waite deck.)


Lastly, we have the spoiler, Five of Wands. It balances some meanings that, when applied, are contradictory in context: It means to fight, to resist, to be against; but it also means trying hard, and putting a lot of energy into something, anything. Five of Wands also refers to exercise, which echoes the health theme of Ace of Cups and Hermit.





Ace of Cups refers to the ideal human state of having divine energy flow through a clear channel. The five senses and five bodily fluids (medieval concept) are the five streams you see out of the cup (of consciousness). The dove symbolizes the Holy Spirit, and it has the Catholic wafer used in the Holy Communion ceremony. (This is one of the cards modified in the Middle Ages to sanctify the use of Tarot, the devil’s tool.)


Meanings are ‘all benefit, no harm,’ love, gentle, God or Divinity, good health, cooperation, easy or ease up, advice to ‘Go with the flow,’ good, wholehearted, a blessing, a flow of any liquid (even a leak).



Knight of Cups is that knight in shining armor we hear tell of. Prince Charming himself. The Good Guy incarnate. He is the Boyfriend in love. He is the one to first offer his hand in friendship, love, apology or peacemaking. He is the helpful assistant, the one who makes favorable press via his native diplomacy. This is the warm puppy dude you cuddle with. On a good night, he plays the violin. This Rider Waite Tarot card is about to offer or to accept, to give or to receive, a friendly man (usually young or youngish), a man who has no herd bull characteristics, who is mainly human.



Hermit is another who brings help, who offers, who is patient, kind, supportive, loyal, honest. He is out looking in the middle of the night for people who could use his help on the road. As a monk, being of service to others is emphasized. (Once again, we have the Middle Ages influence here.)



Five of Wands is a struggle, conflict or fight. It is trying hard. It is exercising. Anything that makes you sweat, that involves exertion … even your spiritual life. Those five guys whacking each other with boards are exerting themselves.



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  1. Jaclyn

    Well Sweet Lover dude must be on his way over this very minute . . . Awesome . ..

  2. Lori

    I do need to walk more, and this is the perfect season for it!

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