Tarot Readings for You for October 8, 2013 Tuesday(c)

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Guidance     “No man is an island.” The human condition is about group life.  Other humans complicate our days. Family and kids, family and parents, people who feel entitled because you are family. When you love one another, you know things are the way they ought to be even when there are problems caused by outsiders or by relatives. The kids are very aware of family problems, so aware they are straight.



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Six of Cups – Ten of Pentacles – Hanged Man





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Tarot Readings: Childhood and Family Problems (Six of Cups and Ten of Pentacles)


Tarot Readings: Family and the Law (Ten of Pentacles and Justice)


Tarot Readings: Recognizing the Problems (Ten of Pentacles and Hanged Man)




Tarot Readings: Childhood and Family Problems (Six of Cups and Ten of Pentacles)


When you trust one another, you know things are the way they ought to be when problems are caused by outsiders or family.


Recognize that you, as the sane one, should be sweet to the misfits.


Neighbors see these kids being good and doing right.


Notice how the mob family brings the kids up right.


It’s considered a bad neighborhood for children and that’s correct.


An acute awareness of what kids are entitled to from the family.


I intensely feel my dysfunctional childhood is what I deserved.


Intensely sweet memories of being family and deserving the good life.


The kids are very aware of the family’s problems, so they are going straight.



Tarot Readings: Family and the Law (Ten of Pentacles and Justice)


The extended family feels the kids are entitled to be given things.


A lawyer’s idea for the family estate to be passed to the youngest child.


Title to the family property (is/was) passed legally and is acknowledged officially.


The issue is tried in family court because someone is seen as a juvenile.


The right of this child to the family name is acknowledged.


Members of the class action lawsuit are given the benefit.


Neighbors’ kids are wise to the law.


Police see juveniles as troublemakers.


Can see that child support is a legal issue here.


Police know they can make trouble for juveniles.


The child is very aware legal custody is an issue in the family.



Tarot Readings: Recognizing the Problems (Ten of Pentacles and Hanged Man)


Realize some young members of the clan are not going to get along the way they should.


Thinks he/she is entitled to be given other people’s things.


Thinks it’s OK for the kids to make a mess.


My strong feeling is romance means marriage and family problems.


You marry into an extended family that feels entitled to your support.


I feel entitled to the family taking care of me.


Considering their family, we see these messed-up kids as normal.



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Six of Cups – Ten of Pentacles – Hanged Man







Six of Cups is children, being given something, a good home life, romance and trust, childhood (especially a good one) and sweet memories (nostalgia for the good old days).



Ten of Pentacles is family trouble, including trouble with relatives, neighbors, the extended clan or outsiders. It’s any messed-up human group, even a gang or organization.



Put Six of Cups and Ten of Pentacles together, and you have children of a dysfunctional family, children being a family’s problem, the relatives giving to the children, the neighbor’s children (or the neighbors and your children).



Since Six of Cups is also home sweet home and Ten of Pentacles is a house as well, the neighborhood may be a topic.



Those two cards are the dominant theme: family situations involving children.



Then there’s justice, which brings in ‘entitled’ and ‘should’ and ‘deserving.’ It brings in real estate legal matters too, with both of the other cards being houses.



Six of Cups and Justice is about deserving or being entitled to be given something, entitled to support. So of course it is child support, and inheritance (a legal gift to a child).



Ten of Pentacles and Justice is literally ‘family court,’ so we have juvenile court. We also have relatives who feel entitled … and Six of Cups makes that ‘entitled to be given’ something. These two cards can represent a law firm, since Ten of Pentacles is a group, and Justice is lawyers.



Hanged Man is a bystander to our spread today. He means to be aware, to know, to realize. He is recognition and acknowledgment. He is about a strong feeling (or even instinct), so Hanged Man and Justice say ‘feel entitled’ and also say a psychic impression is correct.








Six of Cups shows Little Boy giving Little Girl flowers. It evokes childhood, the sweet life, being taken care of, being a good child, receiving … as in receiving love, gifts, etc.  “I deserve to be loved and taken care of” is what it says. It is about a cozy house, the good old days, memories, past love.




Ten of Pentacles says if you are a human, you are a member of a human family and you are involved in its problems.  Trouble with other people is the human condition.  The clan, the tribe, the family, the community, even the nation, are complicating your life.  The illustration is sooo on point: Grandpa sits on his throne, the family dogs submitting to his august authority.  Husband stares into space as Wife earnestly addresses him and Kid pulls on her clothes, squalling.  Oh yeah, family problems.  Few of us humans escape this scene.






Hanged Man pictures acute awareness, flashback, intense feeling, realizing, instinctual urge, knowing, recognizing, acknowledging, extrasensory perception, mind-reading, sensing, perceiving … whether conscious or unconscious or on the bridge between the two.  Its illustration is not transparent.  The upside-down person represents the feeling you get when your subconscious drops a realization into your real-life experience that is instantly recognizable as the truth.  As in “Oh-comma-shit, he/she is fooling around on me.”  As in “OH NO, they are going to fire me.”




Justice Its title says it all. The scales of justice in one hand and the sword of enforcement in the other. But justice also stands for our concept of ‘fair,’ and becomes involved in: should; deserve; entitled, being right. Any part of the justice industry at all is represented by this Tarot card – police, lawyers, judges, regulators, security guards – any part of that story.



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  1. Lori

    Recognize that you, as the sane one, should be sweet to the misfits.

    Indeed, that is my sentence also.

    • We all share it. I shall now plant it on social media, seeing as how
      we are unanimous in our approval of it.

  2. Anna

    “Recognize you, the sane one, should be sweet to the misfits. ” this is my sentence today.

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