Tarot Readings for You for August 24, 2014 Sunday(c)

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Guidance    We are so imprinted with bad versus good that that circuit tends to hop in and grab the steering wheel of any thought of ours that is vaguely its shape. Good versus evil is the outline of every work of fiction, I guess. Humans are kids way too long, and this deep-set idea comes from being good and bad boys and girls. Good versus evil is a significant portion of the fuel of us versus them; and us versus them is the bane of human history, the bane of our human experience. Yes, he’s the bad guy – a bastard, even, say – but, statistically speaking, can all his ideas be all wrong; and are all the good guy’s ideas necessarily all right? We are grownups now, in theory at least, so let’s pry our minds open and listen up. It won’t hurt.


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Tower – Hanged Man – Devil



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Tarot Readings: Exorcising the Enemy (Tower and Devil)

Tarot Readings: Brainstorms (Tower and Hanged Man)

Tarot Readings: The Smell of Trouble (Hanged Man and Devil)


Tarot Readings: Exorcising the Enemy (Tower and Devil)

Inspired to obliterate those obstacles.

I get this urge to overthrow what I think is evil.

Debunk that wrongheaded idea right now.

An urge to throw that [fill in cuss word] out of here.

It hits me that we are so wrong for each other that I break up.

The idea to quit the addiction cold turkey.

Reject the revelations that are ugly.

We have this instinct about destroying the enemy, you know?

I get the idea to confront them about their nasty ways.


Tarot Readings: Brainstorms (Tower and Hanged Man)

A vision of my dark side is a breakthrough.

I’m having a major epiphany about the good-versus-evil conundrum.

A riveting inspiration about the problem.

I get it that the bad feeling is a short-circuit in my head.

Click! – and that suddenly doesn’t make me mad anymore.

When you see yourself as the bad guy, you change dramatically.

Realizes he was wrong to hit (him).

Brainstorm about the problem child’s outbursts.


Tarot Readings: The Smell of Trouble (Hanged Man and Devil)

A vision that the destruction of the building was a crime.

Thoughts so depressing they rock me.

All of a sudden, porn turns him on.

I see an ugly divorce here.

I personally witnessed the shit hit the fan.

Outrage prompts them to strike.

A premonition this unpleasant situation is coming to a head.

Lightning struck and my hair stood on end: Terrifying!

It was a bad idea to break that.

I smell unexpected trouble.


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Tower – Hanged Man – Devil




……………….……………………   Immediately, you see ‘destruction of evil’ here, with Hanged Man as seeing or realizing it.

………………………..    Hanged Man is a realization, a vision, a revelation, an epiphany, an idea or feeling that can be intense and is probably sudden.

………………………..    To its left is Tower as the destruction of evil – you know, the Tower of Babel.

………………………..       To its right is Devil, which of course represents evils of all sorts.

……………….……….     Tower and Hanged ManTower’s meaning of suddenly, dramatically changing and being struck (or striking) attaches to the ‘mental’ meaning of Hanged Man, to create another stream of thought about: a thought striking, sudden change of mind, being hit in the head, brainstorm, lightning setting hair on fire, radical idea, sudden revelation.

………………..……….…   Hanged Man and Devil  Devil‘s meaning of wrong, evil, dirty or nasty attaches to the ‘mental’ meaning of Hanged Man to create: wrongheaded, evil or dirty mind, bad idea, being turned on (Hanged Man of course) by porn, seeing (yourself) as the bad guy.

……….……….……….  Tower and Devil And of course Tower and Devil are destruction of evil, and all the equivalent phrases these ideas produce. Things like damage done by criminals, breaking something being a bad thing, confronting people who misbehave, rejecting something that is wrong or in some way objectionable, and also mean things like a wreck with injury, a nasty confrontation, blasting through an obstacle, a breakthrough about some problem, ejecting an offender from a house or building, destroying the enemy, rejecting the ugly, and it’s wrong to hit. I could go on.



We invite ourselves to look a little deeper into our categorizations of what’s okay and what’s wrong, suggesting that assumptions abound there that impede our clear vision. We picture the epiphanies we all get at times about this – that sudden impression that something is, is not, or may not be as good or as bad as our mindset about it. Intuition does us all this favor, but it needs all the help it can get.




Tower ………   Tower is one of those cards that violates the Laws of Random Distribution by not showing up very often. You can count on its attendance when there’s a divorce, though, along with Three of Swords. Pictured is the history in the Bible and in other ancient records about the destruction of the Tower of Babel, an early attempt at one-world government. That’s how it comes to mean destruction of evil, because the tower there was considered evil. Tower is overthrow, hitting, suddenly, confrontation, drama, blasting through or any kind of explosion including the temper kind. It is about being thrown out, evicted, or ejected from a house or room or building. Tower is about rejection and rejecting and about an eruption of emotion, almost always negative. It also stands for a spurt of sudden flow of liquid – even spitting or an aneurism.


Hanged Man ………….   Hanged Man has so many phrases because it means any kind of awareness that isn’t mechanical and mundane. He kind of boils down to ‘vibes.’ Hunches, psychic perception, ‘getting it,’ being turned on, feeling disoriented by a new slant on things, any paranormal process – an inkling, an urge, a feeling in your gut, a little birdie told you, ‘click,’ having radar for something. The inspiration of the muse belongs to Hanged Man, of course. Hanged Man represents the junction of the conscious and subconscious minds.


Devil ………. Devil in Rider Waite is the Mr. Horns and Tail of Christian mythology. In real life, he would have to be nice-looking to deceive us, methinks, and I don’t know anyone who conceives of ‘devil’ as this picture here; do you? Illustrated this way, Devil means all things wrong and evil, similar to Moon. See the loose chains around the necks of the couple there? They draw the word ‘attachment’ to this card, and it sometimes means a paper clip. The deeper meaning of Devil is that our vices are voluntary habits that we can slip out of if we choose. You often find Devil meaning obstacle, problem, trouble, ugly and other ordinary terms.

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