Tarot Readings for You for February 13, 2014 Thursday©

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Guidance      Make order where there is a deteriorating or disintegrating situation, make order by both an act of will and by being an orderly-minded take-charge person (even for just this moment). Sometimes, though, you straighten out a messy situation by refraining from action, waiting it out. You use the elements of the situation – both the factors that favor and the factors that are contrary to what you want – to bring about your desired result. That’s called ‘tacking against the wind’ in the world of sailboats. You are a strategist when you do this. Several of today’s readings are about a vehicle.

 

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Queen of Wands
Four of Swords – Chariot – Seven of Cups

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Maintaining Order (Chariot and Queen of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Orderly Woman’s Disorderly Situation (Seven of Cups and Queen of Wands)

Tarot Readings: He Controls the Uncontrollable (Chariot and Seven of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Wrecked/Vandalized, etc. Vehicle (Chariot and Seven of Cups)

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Tarot Readings: Maintaining Order (Chariot and Queen of Wands)

Letting it be, when things are completely messed up, is a way to maintain order.

Just wait until the dust settles to go ahead with your personal life.

When things are so out of control, don’t do anything until you are in control of the place.

This woman maintains an orderly household: No chaos happens here!

She is a sane woman, is not responsible for the craziness.

She chooses not to be out-of-control.

Things were totally disorganized when he/she took charge, it was not his/her doing.

He takes charge, so his wife is not the one who messed all those things up.

She takes charge, and he isn’t the one who is responsible when things get out of hand.

Things don’t get out of control with two sensible people like him and her in charge.

He retires from the rat race, to her orderly place where she is in charge.

A take-charge man and a take-charge woman: chaos is not happening here.

Yes, he chose her as his wife and that’s it no matter what may come.

He deliberately does not mess up her house.

 

Tarot Readings: Orderly Woman’s Disorderly Situation (Seven of Cups and Queen of Wands)

She chooses to stay being his wife even as the order of her life is wrecked.

She feels she isn’t in control of herself, as her situation is out of control.

She feels her orderly life is disintegrating but she is still successfully managing it.

He chooses not to have anything to do with his crazy wife.

She is not delusional any more, she is making progress.

Her house is a mess but her vehicle isn’t.

He chooses not to have a mixed-up wife.

Her house is in disrepair but she chooses to not do anything about that.

She is strangely passive, and he is the strategist.

Tarot Readings: He Controls the Uncontrollable (Chariot and Seven of Cups)

He decides to stay with his wife as the situation deteriorates.

He decides to wait for her to be his wife, things are unsettled.

He maintains control of the most uncontrollable situation for his wife.

That’s the way his and her business stays: chaotic.

Tarot Readings: Wrecked/Vandalized, etc. Vehicle (Chariot and Seven of Cups)

Wife is asleep dreaming about her car.

Life falls apart and her home is the vehicle she is sleeping in.

Asleep at the wheel, wrecks her car.

She does not drive in the fog.

Drives through a storm to sleep at home with his wife.

The wrecked vehicle is parked at her house.

She vandalized a parked vehicle. The woman’s parked vehicle was vandalized.

She vandalized a vehicle while ___ slept.

Her house is a mess but her vehicle isn’t.

She chooses, sensibly, to sleep in the car through the storm.

Hers is a sensible vehicle, nothing fanciful.

 

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Queen of Wands
Four of Swords – Chariot – Seven of Cups

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

Chariot and Queen of WandsHere are two people who have things under control, who are in charge: Chariot is the project manager who gets the job done one way or the other; Queen of Wands runs a tight ship managing home and/or office.

Four of Swords and Seven of Cups In between them is Seven of Cups’ chaos, a mess, a deteriorating situation. And the other Rider Waite Tarot card is Four of Swords: not doing anything, leaving it alone, sleeping. Four of Swords and Seven of Cups together describe letting the disorder or mess or chaos be, waiting it out.

Chariot and Queen of Wands both take charge of a situation and create (Chariot) and maintain (Queen of Wands) order. Queen of Wands is in a particular place for this (home or business or personal life) and Chariot is more general – achieving a project or aim by sheer willpower and skill. Chariot and Queen of Wands also have responsibility in common. She is sensible and sane in her way of taking control; he is more strategic, even devious.

Chariot and Queen of Wands are in control; Seven of Cups is out of control. You see the fog has hit the fan in its illustration. Queen of Wands is sane; Seven of Cups is insane. Queen of Wands is order; Seven of Cups is disorder. Chariot is being in masterful control; Seven of Cups is out of control.

Four of Swords is not doing anything, out of action. Chariot is the opposite: taking charge and making things happen right. Four of Swords is ‘not responsible’ in the sense of not acting; Chariot means taking responsibility. Queen of Wands is, of course, responsible for her domain as a manager or wife. Four of Swords is ‘and that’s it,’ resting on it; Seven of Cups is ‘no matter what may come.

So we have sanity, Queen of Wands , and insanity, Seven of Cups ; we have taking full responsibility of a situation, Chariot , and we have doing nothing about it at all, Four of Swords .

So our story is definitely about a mess and order being achieved, and some part of the story is about refraining from action despite our two persons in the story being take-charge people.

Chariot’s being a vehicle setting right next to Seven of Cups which means wrecked or a mess , and also right next to Four of Swords’ being passive (hence ‘parked’) is another chapter to our story today.  You can see how Chariot and Four of Swords also refer to sleeping in a vehicle.

By the way, Chariot and Queen of Wands can be a motor home, and

Seven of Cups and Queen of Wands turns that sensible take-charge woman into ‘his crazy wife,’ because Seven of Cups is crazy.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL SIX 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

Four of Swords and Chariot Letting it be is a way to maintain order. Just wait until __ settles to go ahead with …. *Don’t do anything until you are in control. … an orderly __: No __ happens __. * … is not responsible for …. *Chooses not to be …. It was not his doing. He takes charge, so __ is not the one who …. He takes charge, so __ is not the one who …. Things don’t get __ of control. *He retires from the rat race. A take-charge man: Chaos is not happening here. He chose __ and that’s it. He deliberately does not …. *Chooses to stay. *Isn’t in control of herself… her situation. *Is still successfully managing it. *He chooses not to have anything to do with …. … is not _ anymore; is making progress. *_ vehicle isn’t. *He chooses not to have a …. *Chooses not to do anything about that. … passive, and he is the strategist. *He decides to stay. *He decides to wait. He maintains control of the most un- …. That’s the way his business stays. *Asleep (her) car. __ is the vehicle (she) is sleeping in. *Asleep at the wheel. *Does not drive. Drives through _ to sleep …. *The _ vehicle is parked. *A parked vehicle. … a vehicle while __ slept. Chooses to sleep in the car. … a _ vehicle, nothing __. x

 

Four of Swords and Seven of Cups Letting it be, when things are messed up …. *Wait until the dust settles. *Don’t do anything when things are so out of control. *No chaos happens here! … is not responsible for the craziness. *Not to be out of control. Things were totally disorganized …, it was not his/her doing. … is not the one who messed all those things up. *Things don’t get out of control. *Retires from the rat race. *Chaos is not happening here. *And that’s it, no matter what may come. *… Does not mess up …. … to stay … even as life is wrecked. … isn’t __, as her situation is out of control. … life is disintegrating but she is still …. Chooses not to have anything to do with his crazy __. *Is not delusional anymore. … is a mess but __ isn’t. … *… not to have a mixed up __. … is in disrepair but … not do anything about that. *Strangely passive. *… to stay, as the situation deteriorates. … to wait, things are unsettled. Maintains … uncontrollable situation. *Stays chaotic. *Asleep, dreaming. Life falls apart and … sleeping in. Asleep … wrecks _. Does not _ in the fog. … a storm to sleep …. (Sleep through a storm) The wrecked _ is parked. … vandalized a parked __. Parked _ was vandalized. _ vandalized while _ slept. *To sleep through the storm. *Nothing fanciful. x

 

Four of Swords and Queen of Wands Letting it be is a way to maintain order. Just wait … with your personal life. Don’t do anything until you are in control of the place. This woman maintains an orderly household: No __ happens here! … She is a sane woman, is not responsible …. She __ not to be …. *It was not her doing. *His wife is not the one who …. Things don’t get __ with a sensible woman like her in charge. *__ retires to her orderly place where she is in charge. A take-charge woman: _ is not happening here. (Nothing is happening at her place.) … her as his wife, and that’s it …. … does not … her house. … to stay being his wife even as the order of her life is …. *She feels she isn’t in control of herself. *She is still in control of herself. *Not to have anything to do with his wife. She is not __ anymore. Her house is _ but __ isn’t. *… not to have a __ wife. *She __ to not do anything about that. *She is passive. *To stay with his wife. *Wait for her to be his wife. _ maintains ___ for his wife. *That’s the way her business stays. *Wife is asleep. … her home is the __ she is sleeping in. Asleep … _ her __. *She does not __. …*to sleep at home with his wife. *__ is parked at her house. She _ a parked __. The woman’s parked …. She __ while _ slept. She __ sensibly, to sleep. Hers is a __, nothing __. x

 

Chariot and Seven of Cups … when things are completely messed up is the way to maintain order. The dust settles with your personal life. When things are so out of control … you are in control. Maintains order: Chaos happens here! … is __ responsible for the craziness. *Chooses __ to be out-of-control. *Things were totally disorganized when he took charge. He is __ the one responsible when things get out of hand. (He is making a mess deliberately.) He takes charge, so __ messed all those things up. Things __ get out of control with a sensible person like him in charge. He … the rat race …. A take-charge man: Chaos …. (Take charge of the chaos.) *He chose … no matter what may come. He deliberately … mess up her house. Chooses to … even as life is wrecked. … in control, as her situation is out of control. Life is disintegrating but _ successfully managing it. He chooses _ his crazy _. delusional … making progress. *Vehicle is a mess. *He chooses to have a mixed-up … is in disrepair but _ chooses …. …strangely __, and he is the strategist. (A crazy person at the helm.) HE CONTROLS THE UNCONTROLLABLE *Decides to __ as the situation deteriorates. He decides … things are unsettled. *He maintains control of the most uncontrollable situation. That’s the way his business_: chaotic. WRECKED/VANDALIZED, ETC. VEHICLE … dreaming about (her) car. Life falls apart and … the vehicle …. *Wrecks (her) car. *Drive in the fog. *Drives through a storm. **Wrecked vehicle. Vandalized a vehicle. Vehicle was vandalized. *Vandalized a vehicle. *Chooses to __ in the car through the storm. __ a __vehicle __ fanciful. x

 

Chariot and Queen of Wands MAINTAINING ORDER … is a way to maintain order. *Go ahead with your personal life. *You are in control of the place. *This woman maintains an orderly household. She is a sane woman, is __ responsible …. *She chooses. … when he and she took charge, …. She takes charge … who is responsible …. He takes charge, so his wife is …. *… with two sensible people like him and her in charge. He __ to her orderly place where she is in charge. *A take-charge man and a take-charge woman. *He chose her as his wife. He deliberately … her house. Chooses to _ being his wife …. She feels she is _ in control of herself. *She is successfully managing it. He chooses … his _ wife. *She is making progress. Her house is __ but her vehicle __. He chooses to have a __ wife. She chooses to __ about that. She is … and he is the strategist. (She is a strategist.) *Decides _ his wife …. He decides to … for her to be his wife. He maintains control of the situation for his wife. *His and her business. Wife is __ about her car. *Her home is the vehicle. *Wrecks her car. *She drives. She does _ drive. Drives … to _ at home with his wife. *The vehicle is at her house. She __ a vehicle. The woman’s vehicle …. She __ a vehicle. She chooses, sensibly, …. Hers is a __ vehicle. x

 

Seven of Cups and Queen of Wands … when things are completely messed up, is a way to maintain order. The dust settles with your personal life. When things are so out of control, you are in control of the place. This woman maintains an orderly household: __ chaos happens here! She is a sane woman, is responsible for this craziness. She … out-of-control. Things were totally disorganized when she took charge. She is the one who is responsible when things get out of hand. His wife is __ the one who messed all those things up. Things get out of control with a sensible person like her in charge. … from the rat race to her orderly place where she is in charge. A take-charge woman: Chaos is __ happening here. … his wife, no matter what may come. *Mess up her house. (Her house is a mess.) (In shock at her house.) ORDERLY WOMAN’S DISORDERLY SITUATION … being his wife even as the order of her life is wrecked. She feels she is __ in control of herself as her situation is out of control. *Her orderly life is disintegrating but she is managing it. *His crazy wife. *She is delusional. *Her house is a mess. *A mixed-up wife. *Her house is in disrepair. *She is strangely …. … his wife, as the situation deteriorates. … for her to be his wife, things are unsettled. … the most uncontrollable situation for his wife. … her business _: chaotic. *Wife is dreaming about __. Life falls apart and her home is …. *Wrecks her __. *She _ in the fog. (She is in a fog.) … through a storm to _ at home with his wife. *Wrecked _ at her house. (Her house is a wreck.) She vandalized. The woman’s _ was vandalized. She … sensibly, through the storm. Hers is __ fanciful. x

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Four of Swords’ illustration shows a person lying on a sarcophagus (stone container for a coffin) in a cathedral meditating through the night in preparation for knighthood. Its predominant meanings are about refraining from action – in any way. Letting it be, waiting, not doing anything, nothing is happening, not (his) doing, is not the one who, retirement, things don’t get (whatever), it’s not happening here, to stay or remain as it is, or to stay being (whatever), still is, not have anything to do with, to not do anything about it, to be passive, to sleep or be asleep, to be parked.

 

Chariot has a project and is going to accomplish it successfully, using all factors involved to create progress, ‘tacking against the wind.’ To maintain, to go (or to get) ahead, to be in control, responsible, chooses or decides, take charge, him being in charge, deliberately, with intent, control of (including self-control), successfully managing, making progress, being the strategist, to decided or be decisive, his business. And then Chariot is any kind of vehicle (including airplanes sometimes, especially when talking of a pilot), at the wheel, drives through, etc.

 

Seven of Cups’ illustrates both Pandora’s box and Sorcerer’s Apprentice stories. A cloud has all sorts of stuff in it, and a figure in black has no control over it and is in a panic. Its meanings are all the same but expressed very differently, so here goes: things are completely messed up/a mess/messed all those things up, the dust, uncontrollable situation, things are so out of control/an out-of-control (whatever), chaos, craziness, disorganized, things get out of hand, rat race, no matter what may come, wrecked, disintegrating, delusional, mixed-up, disrepair, strangely, situation deteriorates, things are unsettled, dreaming, life falls apart, in the fog, a storm, vandalized, through the storm, fanciful.

 

Queen of Wands reminds me of the folk song ‘Mama Don’t Allow.’ Look at her epitomizing ‘the sensible woman’: sits upright with that alert-for-shenanigans look on her face, a big stick in one hand and a flower in the other. She is about an orderly house, order, one’s personal turf or personal business, a sane responsible woman, a manager, the woman who is in charge of business or home (or both). She is stereotypically a nurse. And this is the Wife card, the married woman, the Lady of the House.

 

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