Tarot Readings for You for July 30, 2014 Wednesday(c)

Jul 29, 2014 by

Guidance     Here we are in the box with good and evil from the perspective of a closed mind, summoning up ghosts of antique cliches. We have not lost our humor, though! We can still say things like “People who know better make the best mistakes,” “To live outside the law, you must be honest,” and “With good intentions, you do the most harm” and even “Do what’s right even if it’s wrong.” Our point is to unmask the way we are supposed (programmed) to think by presenting it nakedly, straight-no-chaser. In the worst of times, you have to be damn straight, and that is what we are being about today’s brittle moralisms, okay?

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Hierophant – Ace of Wands – Moon

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Do What’s Right (Hierophant and Ace of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Making a Big Mistake (Ace of Wands and Moon)

Tarot Readings: Against What’s Wrong (Ace of Wands and Moon)

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

Tarot Readings: Black and White Views (Hierophant and Moon)

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Tarot Readings: Do What’s Right (Hierophant and Ace of Wands)

Do what’s right even if it’s wrong.

In the worst of times, you have to be damn straight.

Doing one thing right was my mistake.

You made me be good … damn you.

Being punished for the offense of being decent.

To live outside the law, you have to be honest. – Bob Dylan

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Tarot Readings: Making a Big Mistake (Ace of Wands and Moon)

With good intentions, you do the most harm.

People who know better make the biggest mistakes.

One big mistake completely ruins a good name.

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Tarot Readings: Against What’s Wrong (Ace of Wands and Moon)

It’s wrong and I ought to take a stand against it.

My purpose is to straighten out your crooked ways.

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Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

I get lost, so I have to stick to the main roads.

I routinely achieve the impossible.

‘A clean nose is a sure sign of filth higher up.’ – Old Saying

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Tarot Readings: Black and White Views (Hierophant and Moon)

After screwing up so totally, I have to behave myself.

Go to church or go to hell.

It’s black or white, absolutely right or absolutely wrong.

Brutal force is condoned.

Might makes right, even when it’s wrong.

The church demon is the VIP one. – C. S. Lewis

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Hierophant – Ace of Wands – Moon

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

……….…………      Here we have ‘good’ and ‘evil’ per se, and the card in between means ‘totally.’ Or we have church on one hand, hell on the other, and a mandate in between. So we are limited to moralistic material. What to do? – find some redeeming social value in humor, such as ‘Do what’s right even if it’s wrong’ and ‘With good intentions, you do the most harm.’ I thought of other aphorisms (sayings) that fit these cards.

………………………..Hierophant is the pope, and the underlying meaning of Hierophant is the ‘face,’ the respectable veneer of things and the official mainstream version that is for the public – not just hypocrisy of religions and religious people, but of you and me and all our organizations, structures, tribes and families. It refers to the artifice and the pretense that is civilization. The card stands for reputation, behaving, decency, being honest, and, yes, religions and church. It stands for not being harmful too. It translates ‘should’ and ‘ought to’ often. It is the old ‘keep a clean nose’ saying.

………….…………..     Moon is ‘the worst card in the deck,’ although I prefer it to some other predominantly nasty ones, myself. It stands for the word ‘worst.’ It means, evil, mistake, perversions, serious illness, disaster … anything awful. It refers to the Left-hand Path or road to hell in its illustration. It means curse words – instructs and invites the reader to write or say one. With Hierophant covering the base of ‘good’ today, the good side of Moon is obscured.

……….……….……….   Both Moon and Ace of Wands can be about brutality and punishment, especially Ace of Wands. Together, the two of them easily say ‘sexual perversion’ and ‘absolutely wrong.’

……………….……….    Both Hierophant and Ace of Wands are rigid. ‘There is only one right way,’ they say. Behave or be punished, they say, because Ace of Wands is enforcement and penalties and punishment. Together they say ‘have to conform.’ This would apply generally, as in a building code, for instance.

The point of this spread is to unmask the way we are supposed (programmed) to think by presenting it nakedly, straight-no-chaser.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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.……………….……….   Hierophant and Ace of Wands    Do What’s Right   Do what’s right. You have to be damn straight. Doing one thing right. You made me be good. Being punished for being decent. You must be honest. With good intentions, the most __. People who know better make the biggest __. One big … a good name. I ought to take a stand against it. My purpose is to straighten out …. I have to stick to the main roads. I routinely achieve. A sure sign of __ higher up. I have to behave myself. Go to church or …. Absolutely right. Force is condoned. Might makes right. The church __ is the VIP one. x

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………..……….……….    Hierophant and Moon   … what’s right, even if it’s wrong. In the worst of times, be damn straight. Doing right was a mistake. … me be good – damn you. Being punished for being decent. To live outside the law. With good intentions, harm. People who know better __ mistakes. __ completely ruins a good name. It’s wrong, and I ought to … Straighten out your crooked ways. I get lost … the main roads. I routinely __ the impossible. A clean nose … filth. Black and White Views After screwing up … behave myself. Church or hell. Right or wrong. Brutal _ is condoned. Right even when it’s wrong. The church demon. x

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………..……….……….…   Ace of Wands and Moon    Do … even if it’s wrong. In the worst of times, be damn __. Doing one thing _ was my mistake. You made me – damn you. Being punished for the offense. To live outside the law, you must be __. Making a Big Mistake You do the most harm. Make the biggest mistakes. One big mistake. Against What’s Wrong It’s wrong … take a stand against it. My purpose it to … crooked ways. I get lost, so I have to …. Achieve the impossible. A sure sign of filth higher up. Screwing up so totally. … or go to hell. Absolutely wrong. Brutal force. Might … even when it’s wrong. The __ demon is the VIP one. x

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Hierophant   ……….    Hierophant is strait-laced, conservative, old-school and even pedantic (childishly morally superior) today. This card in Tarot Verbatim™ is about ‘physical,’ the surface of whatever the subject is, the ordinary mundane daily routines and sentiments. It is a factual, neutral card, but it exposes the trappings of what passes for civilization. It is religion and respectability, not spirituality. It is keeping a clean nose and being right. It is behaving yourself and being accepted and acceptable. It is also being honest. ‘Should’ and ‘ought to’ belong to Hierophant. Put it next to one of the many positive spiritual Tarot cards, and you get spiritual religion.

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Ace of Wands   ………….    Ace of Wands makes its point forcibly, with a club. It means ‘have to’ and must – an imperative. Ace of Wands is primacy, primary, the most important, Number One … Da Boss. It’s also sex and brutality, since the club resembles a penis. Ace of Wands is as rigid as Hierophant. Since Ace of Wands is force and enforcement, it makes the religiosity and the narrowness of Hierophant involuntary: The religious police! It stands for making a point, for getting your point across – and sometimes means a pen.

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Moon ……….   Hideous, horrible and terrible are Moon words. So are fear, terror, and horror. So is worse and worst. Miasma is the best word for Moon, and it can easily translate ‘chaos’ and ‘fucked.’ The illustration is the Left-hand Path, the esoteric equivalent of ‘road to hell.’ The towers there are symbols of evil; the lobster is going on a land journey; the coyote and dog (enemies) are fraternizing. In its current setting with Hierophant, you have the kindergarten level of morality.

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