Tarot Readings for You for November 29, 2013 Friday©

Nov 28, 2013 by

Guidance     Here we have a soap opera.   We describe how it feels when something’s going on behind your back and you know it but don’t know what.  We describe the twenty-questions routine a person who feels like that dishes out to the people around him or her.   Conspiracy is afoot.  It need not be an intentional one, though, but maybe just a gal’s affairs with one fellow after another wondering if this is the one who will be her husband,  or a working man wondering how the system will take advantage of him next.


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Two of Pentacles

Seven of Pentacles – Two of Cups – King of Wands



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Tarot Readings: What is Lover Up to? (Seven of Pentacles and Two of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Why is He so Edgy? (Seven of Pentacles and King of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Interfering in a Workingman’s Life(Two of Cups and King of Wands)


Tarot Verbatim: What is Lover Up to? (Seven of Pentacles and Two of Cups)

Is this a married man you are having a hot and heavy romance with off and on?


He is toying with the idea of being her husband because of the sex.


You suspect the person you are having a love affair with is two-timing you, maybe (has/is) a husband?


Going ’round and ’round with husband wondering if he’s into something you don’t know about.


I keep wondering how such an ordinary guy can be so good in bed.


Husband is going ’round and ’round wondering if she is into something he doesn’t know about.


It seems it’s one affair after another with this passionate man.


Husband suspects it is one affair after another with you.


Why am I having a love affair with a half-crazy country boy?


He keeps getting frustrated over his sex life – must be the timing.


He gets carried away with this temper of his every once in a while. What’s that all about, I wonder?


I wonder if that passionate guy is going to keep having sex with me.


He is angry because he suspects he keeps being taken advantage of.


Affairs with one fellow after another wondering whether he is the one who will be her husband.

Tarot Readings: Why is He so Edgy? (Seven of Pentacles and King of Wands)

There seem to be repeated intrusions by the disgruntled dude.


Why is that man so angry? He keeps sticking his nose into (our) business.


Excitable unstable fellow is curious about people’s sex lives.


Jealousy drives him to keep asking angry questions.


It’s one question after another about my personal life from this no-class guy.

Tarot Readings: Interfering in a Workingman’s Life (Two of Cups and King of Wands)

If it’s not one thing interfering in the working man’s life it’s another.


One more thing to wonder about that’s going on behind the common man’s back.


There seems to be a conspiracy to keep the ‘man on the street’ mad.


Who’s out to take advantage of a man next?


Seems there’s an ongoing conspiracy against the common man.


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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.


Two of Pentacles

Seven of Pentacles – Two of Cups – King of Wands





Seven of Pentacles and Two of Pentacles are uncertainties or unsettled situations (although Two of Pentacles not always). Then

Two of Cups and King of Wands join us at the table. Two of Cups is something going on behind your back and King of Wands is one of those edgy frustrated outspoken men, and is the passionate man, and is the husband. King of Wands is hands-on at work and in his love life.

Put them all together, and you have something going on behind someone’s back, and a lot of suspicion, nosiness, questions. The main story this makes is an edgy outspoken husband suspects his partner is cheating, and is rocking the boat.

Two of Cups and King of Wands These two make the soap opera. Two of Cups can do that single-handedly. Two of Cups brings soap opera to you through the back door. That winged lion’s head over twined snakes is called a caduceus. It’s an ancient symbol for magic that shows spirits overshadowing human affairs. It appears in the Old Testament when Moses put it on a pole for people to look on (and survive) who were bitten by snakes that converged upon people. (Moses grew up as a noble in Egypt, you know.) The interference can be beneficial (Sometimes you have to be sneaky doing a good deed without getting punished for it.) but usually is more on the harmful side.


And now, the Lowdown on Two of Cups!


  Two of Cups is not just another love card, at least in Tarot Verbatim™. It describes having the hots for someone, lust, seduction, sexual cheating or a love triangle, jealousy, back-alley romance, stalking, a partner who isn’t declaring he/she is married or unavailable to you (like, say, you don’t fit into Lover’s social life for whatever reason).  It describes having a use for someone, like wanting you for your money or connections.

The main application of Two of Cups is interference. Here are some ‘for instances’ of that: Interference in a situation or exchange or transaction by an undeclared party (or by an unknown factor or an indirect effect, say a side effect of medicine). In social and business applications, Two of Cups describes a con artist’s undeclared motives, wire-tapping or snooping, a silent partner in a contract or deal, a kickback to a politician, multilevel marketing where someone gets a cut off the top. Something, in other words, is going on behind someone’s back that has a direct effect on his/her life.

See how all those things have something in common? Tarot brings that out, doesn’t it?

As I was saying before I launched the tell-all about Two of Cups, Two of Cups and King of Wands make the soap opera. King of Wands describes an energetic excitable hands-on activist, often a workingman or ‘man in the street.’ He is labor or the common citizen in political questions. Often, he is about having a temper, being outburst-prone, even irritable or angry or cranky. King of Wands can even be a low-class ill-tempered lout or redneck. He reflects being frustrated at his condition in the same way Queen of Swords is.

King of Wands also means husband, and also means passionate man next to any kind of love card that would bring that side of the King out. Two of Cups also makes ‘jealous husband.’

Can you see now how Two of Cups and King of Wands are a bad combination, in different ways?

Seven of Pentacles and Two of Pentacles are, as I said, uncertainties or unsettled situations (although Two of Pentacles not always). Seven of Pentacles is to wonder, to ponder, to be uncertain about a particular thing, to have a question about the outcome of what you are engaged in … to be doubtful. The grower ponders whether the work on the cucumber plants will produce cucumbers. We see him wistfully leaning on his shovel with a question written on his face. Yes, this is one of the cards that tells you the sentence it appears in may be in question form.

Two of Pentacles is uncertainty too – one of its categories of meanings. The juggler moving the plates has ships tossing ridiculously in a sea behind him, and he wears a getup with his dunce cap. ‘Wobbly,’ as the British say. We are not using its other meanings right now, but it means ‘ongoing’ and ‘process of’ and many kinds of motion.

King of Wands and Two of Pentacles King of Wands is on edge, has a temper, and Two of Pentacles is about an ongoing and/or unstable situation. Together, here’s a man who is easily set off in a situation where it could go either way.

Two of Cups and Two of Pentacles describes an ongoing situation in which someone is being taken advantage of, betrayed, or being cheated or used. It describes an unstable jealous or nosy person too.




Seven of Pentacles wonders and ponders, is curious and uncertain. It asks questions and puts the language into question form. We see a wistful grower leaning on his shovel wondering whether he is going to get cucumbers from his vines because it’s one of those plants that need to be within a distance from a plant of the opposite gender.


Two of Cups refers to interference by an undeclared party to a transaction or situation, like a love triangle, a silent partner, or a kickback to a politician, like being conned, cheated, taken advantage of or lied to. It can be a conspiracy or a backdoor way to get something done. The illustration shows a couple ‘pledging their troth,’ which means formal engagement in the days marriage really was until death do you part, and one or both of them has a hidden agenda, evidenced by the caduceus, that funky intertwined snakes under the winged lion head that the medical profession adopted to let us know they have agendas that affect us.


King of Wands Husband and/or an angry, irritated, frustrated man. It also denotes a workingman, a common citizen, even a low-class ill-tempered lout or redneck. He is pictured a redhead with a salamander (a symbol for ‘fiery’ in symbol-land) next to him. He grips his board in one hand and has the beginning of a fist in the other while he glares to his right.


Two of Pentacles is one thing after another, ongoing or ‘keeps ___ing,’ as in ‘keeps moving.’ Two of Pentacles says it could go either way, there are ups and downs, routines. It describes an unstable person or situation, silly goings-on. Then you have ’round and ’round,’ stirring up, weaving, wobbly, rocking – movements. Ships tossing in the background mean upheavals and ups-and-downs, of course. They are where you sometimes find Two of Pentacles referring to queasiness, nausea, seasickness.


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