Tarot Readings for You for February 15, 2014 Saturday©

Feb 15, 2014 by

Guidance      Even a happy marriage is a sometimes aggravation, especially with a misbehaving child, or an issue about children; but two grumpy people can be happy together too. Getting away for some fun means a lot … unless only one party is going out to have that fun. Here we examine two edgy people as a couple, the ramifications of their lives together as a married couple, which ain’t all bad.

 

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Four of Wands

King of Wands – Sun- Queen of Swords

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Being Happily Married (Sun and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: The Edgy Aggravated Couple (King of Wands and Queen of Swords)

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Tarot Readings: Being Happily Married (Sun and Four of Wands)

This unhappy woman is happily married to this husband.

Married woman expects to get out of the house for some fun with Husband.

She demands of her husband that they move out of this neighborhood or house.

Two grumps escape from their aggravations and enjoy life as a couple.

Their charming boy is making his still-married parents’ angry at one another.

What has him and her at odds with one another is the ‘issue’ (a boychild) of their marriage.

Being happy at home as a couple when each of us is stressed.

He and she relieve, on vacations, the stress of living in that State.

Having done without a husband, she is happy and relieved to be married.

He is happy to be married to her, and she feels taken advantage of.

She has high standards for a husband-material since she got out of a marriage.

She expects a husband to make her a happy home.

She is doing without children being married to this husband.

He and she make a happy home for their son and their lives are stressful.

She dutifully makes her husband and son a home.

They are happy together but each is a grumpy, annoyed person.

Tarot Readings: The Edgy Aggravated Couple (King of Wands and Queen of Swords)

He is an edgy man because he married an unpleasant woman because of the kid.

Husband is the playboy leaving the wife at home aggrieved.

Two angry people remain a married couple because of the child.

She is disgruntled living with a childish man.

He has this infantile temper, and she is an angry martyred wench: They live together!

Leaving the marriage is such a relief: They were each so angry with one another!

She can endure Husband because he is out of the house, and it’s her happy place then.

He is a working man and she wants him to get out of that and be society.

Misbehaving child sets both him and her on edge in their own home.

He is free of the complaining nag he was married to.

He is like mama’s husband but he is out of mama’s house.

She whines to her married son as if she were his wife.

 

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Four of Wands

King of Wands – Sun- Queen of Swords

 

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King of Wands and Queen of Swords We are at this angry-couple story again, the negative marriage this time. Gee, we have the angry irritated King of Wands man and his angry irritated put-upon Queen of Swords wife.

Sun and Four of WandsIn between them is Sun, either a miscreant boychild or the relief of leaving the house; above them is Four of Wands, marriage or the house. Not too much dimension to this spread today. It is about home life, one particular flavor of home life.

King of Wands and SunBoth these Rider Waite Tarot citizens are callous uninhibited and impulsive seekers of whatever is fun for them, guys who are ‘just out to have some fun, just want to enjoy life,’ which they feel justified in.

So the martyred Queen of Swords fits right into that household. (Of course, she can be the annoyance that sets them off, too, but her meaning is not necessarily about behavior; it is about the feeling of being taken advantage of and being encroached upon.)

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL SIX 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

 

King of Wands and Sun Happily married to this husband. Get out of the house for some fun with husband. … of her husband that they move out of this house. *Grump enjoys life. … charming boy is making his still-married father …. … at odds with … and the issue is a boychild …. Being happy when he is stressed. He relieves, on vacations, the stress …. … a husband, she is happy and relieved to …. He is happy to be married. … for husband material, since (she) got out of a …. … a husband to make her a happy __. … children, being married to this husband. He makes a happy _ for _ son. *Her husband and son. … happy __ but is a grumpy, annoyed person. He is an edgy man … because of the kid. Husband is the playboy. … angry person … because of the child. *A childish man. He has this infantile temper. Leaving is such a relief: … so angry with …. … husband because he is out of the house. He is a working man … to get out of that and …. Misbehaving child sets his father on edge. He is free of the __ he was married to. … husband but he is out of __ house. … married son. x

 

King of Wands and Queen of Swords Unhappy woman … this husband. Married woman expects … with husband. She demands of her husband …. Two grumps. Angry at one another. What has him and her at odds with one another …. … as a couple when each of us is stressed. He and she … the stress of living …. Having done without a husband, she …. He is __ to bae married, and she feels taken advantage of. She has high standards for husband material. She expects a husband to …. She is doing without __ this husband. He and she … and their lives are stressful. She dutifully _ her husband …. … but each is a grumpy, annoyed person. THE EDGY AGGRAVATED COUPLE He is an edgy man because he _ an unpleasant woman …. Husband … the wife aggrieved. *Two angry people. She is disgruntled with a _ man. He has this temper and she is an angry martyred wench. They were so angry with one another. She can endure Husband …. He is a working man, and she wants him to be …. … sets him and her on edge. The complaining nag he was married to. Mama’s husband. She whines to her married …. x

 

King of Wands and Four of Wands Married to this husband. Married … with husband. … of her husband that … this neighborhood. A grump … as a couple. … still-married father angry at …. What has him at odds with _ is the _ of their marriage. Being __ at home as a couple when he is stressed. He … the stress of living in that State. … a husband, __ to be married. He is __ to be married. … for husband material, … a marriage. … a husband to make a home. *Being married to this husband. … makes husband a home. … together, but is a grumpy, annoyed person. An edgy man because he married …. Husband … at home …. An angry man remains married because …. *Living with a man. He has this temper, and they live together. … the marriage …: He was so angry with her. … Husband because the house is …. He is a working man … be society. … sets him on edge in his own home. The ___ he was married to. … husband is … the house. x

 

Sun and Queen of Swords This unhappy woman is happily …. She expects to get out of the house for some fun. She demands that they move out of this house. A grump enjoys life. Her charming boy is making his parent angry at …. What has her at odds with __ is the ‘issue’ (a boychild …. Being happy when she is stressed. She relieves, on vacations, the stress …. Having done without _, she is happy and relieved to …. … He is happy to be __ and she feels taken advantage of. She has high standards for __ since she got out of …. *She expects a happy __. *She is doing without children. She makes a happy _ for _ son, and her life is stressful. She dutifully __ her son …. … happy but is a grumpy, annoyed person. … an unpleasant woman because of the kid. The playboy, leaving the wife _ aggrieved. An angry woman … because of the child. She is disgruntled _ with a childish _. … has this infantile _, and she is an angry martyred wench. Leaving __ was such a relief: She was so angry …. She can endure _ because he is out of the house. She wants him to get out and be society. Misbehaving child sets her on edge. Free of the complaining nag. … but he is out of mama’s house. She whines to her __ son. x

 

Sun and Four of Wands BEING HAPPILY MARRIED *Happily married. Get out of the house for some fun. Move out of this house or neighborhood. Enjoy life as a couple. Their charming boy is making his still-married parents …. The ‘issue,’ a boychild, of their marriage. Being happy at home as a couple. … relieve, on vacations, the __ of living in that State. *Happy and relieved to be married. *He is happy to be married. *Got out of a marriage. *A happy home. … children being married …. *Make a happy home. Make a happy home for their son. … son a home. *Happy together. … married _ because of the kid. … is the playboy, leaving _ at home _. *Remain a married couple because of the child. *Living with a childish __. … has this infantile __, and they live together. *Leaving the marriage is such a relief. … he is out of the house, and it’s her happy place then. … him to get out of that and be society. Misbehaving child in their own home. Free of the __ he was married to. … but he is out of __’s house. Married son. x

 

Queen of Swords and Four of Wands This unhappy woman is married. *Married woman expects …. She demands that … this neighborhood. A grump … as a couple. … is making his still-married mother angry at …. What has her at odds with __ is the __ of their marriage. Being at home as a couple when she is stressed. She __ the stress of living in that State. Having done without __ , she is _ to be married. … married to her, and she feels taken advantage of. She has high standards for … marriage. She expects a home. She is doing without _ being married. … a home __ and their lives are stressful. She dutifully makes a home. … together … a grumpy, annoyed person. Married an unpleasant woman …. … the wife at home aggrieved. An angry woman remains married. *She is disgruntled, living with …. … and she is an angry martyred wench: They live together! … the marriage …: She was so angry with him. She can endure … the house. She wants him to be society. … sets her on edge in her own home. The complaining nag he was married to. Mama’s house. x

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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King of Wands The good-old-boy here, the edgy childish (even hostile) dude with the temper who is very physical and uncultivated, the working man and the passionate man too. He is uninhibited, impulsive, grumpy, annoyed and passionate; he is also the husband card in Tarot Verbatim ™. King of Wands is at odds with (whoever), is stressed out. He may be Merle Haggard, may be a sports fan and he may tend to get in fights.

 

Sun In this setting, Sun sheds some of its meanings and is the boy, the son or child, the ‘happy’ of ‘happy marriage,’ as well as vacation, escape and getting out of the house. He is the playboy, the childish funloving churl who gets out of the house to misbehave and leaves the mama who makes the rules at home.

 

Queen of Swords is dissatisfied with her lot in life, she has grievances and is disgruntled – whether she is an actual victim or just resentful wanting more. She can be the righteous put-upon self-sacrificing martyr, or the overly aggressive demanding wench. She can be the dutiful woman with high standards (that are not being met) as well as the strong woman of character. She is stern. In her illustration she is saying “Now would be good” with her arm outstretched and that no-nonsense look on her face. Another aspect of Queen of Wands is the woman mourning a baby or husband.

 

Four of Wands today is the house and the marriage, is living together under the same roof. It isn’t being the organization or neighborhood or the society leaders or political entity much today.

 

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5 Comments

  1. Nicole

    Unfortunately, I can claim this one. I can see why you used the other one for Valentine’s Day, LOL.

  2. Anna

    I’m pretty cranky lately but I think this is referring to my married friends who I’m having dinner with tonight

  3. Ever since the malware ads, I have had computer problems. That’s why this is late. Sorry!
    F. Y. I.: This is actually the spread I got for yesterday. I read it and said to myself … This is NOT a Valentine’s Day message! No way! So it is displaced to today. Hope it isn’t representative of anyone’s Valentine’s Day.
    Our point today is that realistically any marriage is going to have sticking points, problems, etc. We are saying that a happy marriage (or relationship) will have its dank zone, and that’s to be expected, that’s normal.
    That STILL wasn’t fit for the Valentine’s Day parade in my humble opinion.

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