Tarot Readings for You for September 15, 2014 Monday(c)

Sep 14, 2014 by

Guidance    Offenders have too much of that instinct that I don’t have enough of when I don’t have the guts, the daring, for an adventure. We are staring this truth in the face right now. We go into how friends help me have the nerve I lack, and how missionaries go to prisons to enlighten those too-adventurous and too-gutsy inmates. Looking for ways to limit the risk – and to have the nerve – is a big concern of ours today!

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Hermit – Eight of Swords – Seven of Swords

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Being Daring, or Being Stuck (Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Preventing Harm (Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Bringing Comfort to Criminals (Hermit and Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Crime Prevention (Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Killed in Action (Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Facts About Criminal Activity (Hermit and Seven of Swords)

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Tarot Readings: Being Daring, or Being Stuck (Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords)

I see no choice but to take a chance.

A friend encourages you to dare.

An old man who is disabled still gets around.

I am looking at either being daring or being stuck.

Help from a deceased person in your gutsy undertaking.

Contemplating going on my ‘mission impossible.’

I have no choice but to be truthful about breaking a rule.

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Tarot Readings: Preventing Harm (Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords)

Looking for ways to limit the risk.

Look – you can’t take chances.

Look for a loophole when you are stuck.

No sensible person would pull that off.

Be patient; you find a way around this impasse.

Your guidance prevents harm coming to you.

An elderly person can’t take that kind of chance.

A spiritually mature person just can’t take foolish risks.

When you are trapped, it takes both guts and wisdom.

Deceased comes to you when you are in danger.

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Tarot Readings: Bringing Comfort to Criminals (Hermit and Seven of Swords)

He is a missionary to the dying and to criminals.

He is on a mission of mercy to inmates.

Bringing truth and help to criminals who are in jail.

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Tarot Readings: Crime Prevention (Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords)

A way to prevent a crime is discovered.

There’s no way he is going to steal: He is being watched.

You are on to how sneaky he is, so he can’t get away with it.

You spot someone who’s up to something and prevent it.

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Tarot Readings: Killed in Action (Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords)

He calmly looks at death as an adventure.

Criminals assassinated the old gentleman.

A good man is killed in action.

He seeks to die in an adventure.

A medical treatment has a high risk of fatality.

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Tarot Readings: Facts About Criminal Activity (Hermit and Seven of Swords)

An honest man can’t do that crime.

The criminal investigation is stymied.

Enough evidence to put this criminal in jail.

The fact is, he is in jail for a crime.

A criminal can’t be made honest.

He’s a criminal; he can’t be honest with you.

He can’t be honest and can’t be dishonest either.

You can’t help a self-destructive person.

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Hermit – Eight of Swords – Seven of Swords

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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……………….…………………...   Today’s spread is yet another example of how the dastardly cards can make friendly meanings. Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords are not to be taken lightly even in a 13-card spread. In a three-card spread … gulp! But not to fear: Hermit is here – he, the friend who helps, the healer, the patient and wise counselor.

……………………….. Then we remember to look for the peripheral, ancillary, minor, meanings for the baddies – like Seven of Swords meaning ‘the nerve to pull it off’ and ‘guts,’ and don’t forget ‘adventure.’ Risk is another of its conservative meanings. Well, there’s also ‘sneaking around’ or ‘breaking a rule’ too, and even ‘gets around.’ Seven of Swords describes a loophole, and a getaway – as in getting away with it. Trespassing and violating a person’s defenses are occasional meanings.

………………………..     Right off the bat, you see Eight of Swords, the lead death card – and it means helpless, no choice, boxed in, can’t, and prevented –

…….…………….…      Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords – with Seven of Swords, the lead criminal activity card, also meaning double-cross, thief, and assassination. Assassination, or mere major treachery linked to death, disability, being unable …. Be still, my heart!

………………………..    But the wise healer, the objective view, the supportive friend, the helper, has come. Welcome, Hermit – we need you right now! Hermit is reminding us that …

…….…………….…     Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords … Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords combined say ‘locked up criminal.’ And he, Hermit, the counselor, the missionary, goes to see those in need. So our friend Hermit, the supportive buddy, is here to take over and calm the situation.

Caution and daring should counterbalance one another, lest we get stuck. We picture a helpful counselor-type friend encouraging a person to dare, and we see the same type of person as a missionary to prisoners to encourage them not to. Sometimes we need both wisdom and guts, or we are stuck. We talk about the risk, looking for ways to limit risk, finding ways to prevent crime, finding a loophole around an impasse, getting around even though we are disabled. We talk about people who are self-destructive, who seek to die in some adventure, and people who feel death is the adventure. The whole dissertation here suggests finding a happy median.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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……….…………..       Hermit and Eight of Swords   I see no choice but to …. A friend encourages you to _ when you can’t. An old man who is disabled …. I am looking at either _ or being stuck. Help from a deceased person. Contemplating going on … impossible. I have no choice but to be truthful. Looking for ways to limit …. Look – you can’t …. Look for a __ when you are stuck. No sensible person would …. Be patient; you find a way … this impasse. Your guidance prevents …. An elderly person can’t …. A spiritually mature person just can’t …. When you are trapped, it takes both _ and wisdom. Deceased comes to you. He is a missionary to the dying. He is on a __ of mercy to inmates. Bringing truth and help to __ who are in jail. A way to prevent _ is discovered. There is no way – He is being watched. You are on to … so he can’t get away with it. You spot someone and prevent it. He calmly looks at death. … assassinated the old gentleman. A good man is killed. He seeks to die. A medical treatment has a high risk of __. An honest man can’t …. The investigation is stymied. Enough evidence to put _ in jail. The fact is, he is in jail. __ can’t be made honest. He can’t be honest with you. He can’t be honest. You can’t help a __ person. x..

………..…………...   Hermit and Seven of Swords   I see … to take a chance. A friend encourages you to dare. An old man still gets around. I am looking at being daring. Help from … in your gutsy undertaking. Contemplating going on my mission. Truthful about breaking a rule. Looking for ways to __ the risk. Look – you take chances. Look for a loophole. … sensible person would pull that off. Be patient; you find a way around. Your guidance … harm coming to you. An elderly person … that kind of chance. A spiritually mature person … take foolish risks. Guts and wisdom. He is a missionary to criminals. He is on a mission of mercy. Bringing truth and help to criminals. … a crime is discovered. He is going to steal: He is being watched. You are on to how sneaky he is … get away with it. You spot someone who’s up to something. He calmly looks at _ as an adventure. Criminals assassinated the old gentleman. A good man is _ in action. He seeks an adventure. A medical treatment has a high risk.  Facts About Criminal Activity An honest man … that crime. The criminal investigation …. Enough evidence to _ this criminal …. The fact is, he is __ for a crime. A criminal … be made honest. He’s a criminal … honest with you. … be honest or be dishonest either. Help a self-destructive person. x..

…….…………….  Eight of Swords and Seven of Swords Being Daring, or Being Stuck  No choice but to take a chance. To dare when you can’t. Disabled and still gets around. … being daring or being stuck. … from a deceased person in your gutsy undertaking. Mission impossible. I have no choice … breaking a rule. Preventing Harm Limit the Risk. You can’t take chances. … a loophole when you are stuck. No _ would pull that off. You find a way around this impasse. Prevents harm from coming to you. Can’t take that kind of chance. Just can’t take foolish risks. When you are trapped, it takes both guts and __. Deceased … when you are in danger. The dying and to criminals. On a mission to inmates. Criminals who are in jail. Crime Prevention Prevent a crime. There’s no way he is going to steal. … to how sneaky he is, so he can’t get away with it. Can’t get away with it. Killed in Action Death as an adventure. Criminals assassinated __. *Killed in action. Die in an adventure. High risk of fatality. Can’t do that crime. Criminal _ is stymied. To put this criminal in jail. In jail for a crime. A criminal can’t be __. He is a criminal; he can’t be …. He can’t be _ and he can’t be dishonest either. Can’t be dishonest. A self-destructive person. x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Hermit ……… Quite a few branches to Hermit’s meaning tree. They grow out of his whole story, which goes as follows: Monks from isolated churches go out at night looking for travelers to bring them to a safe warm place where they can eat and bed down comfortably. ‘Service’ and ‘contemplative’ are the divisions to Roman Catholic clergy, and ‘service’ meant things like Hermit is doing. Pictured is an older man. Hermit is a doctor (healer, medic, physician) by his garb in the illustration. Here are those meanings that arise from this story: old man, friend, celibate or monogamous, comes to help, comes, investigation, discovery, wisdom, knows, counselor, on the road, light/flashlight, night/darkness, journey by foot, search, search at night, quest for truth, missionary, physician/healer/medic/doctor. Hermit represents paramedics since he is a doctor who comes to you. Hermit also translates ‘Be on the lookout.’

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Eight of Swords…………. You see a woman blindfolded, tied up (not too well), surrounded by swords, in a swamp. There’s a home in the distance. This card operates as the actual lead death card in Tarot Verbatim™. Meanings are determined by what cards meant in thousands of questions in which the answer was known, and not all of the meanings are what you would choose – which is the beauty of Tarot Verbatim, and why it works so well. Eight of Swords’ most common translation is ‘can’t.’ It means boxed in, helpless, limited, prevent and prevented, stymied, no way to, ineffective, restrictions and restricts, no choice, no choice but to, handicapped or disabled, trapped, and a suffocating environment. You find it meaning being in a strait jacket or ‘in the box’ or even being dead to something.

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Seven of Swords………. shows a daring fellow who is disarming the enemy, stealing its weapons in broad daylight. He is hotfooting it out of there, carrying the swords by the blades, which is what makes him mean ‘self-destructive.’ So Seven of Swords means daring, guts and gutsy, adventure, risk, sneaky, stealth, criminal, thief, getaway and getting away with it, pulling it off, a mission (and a dangerous mission), danger. It also means things like loophole, trespassing, violating a person’s defenses.

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