Tarot Readings for You for September 2, 2014 Tuesday(c)

Sep 1, 2014 by

Guidance    When a pushy person meets up with someone who does not live in the moment, but has an ‘out there’ perspective that makes him or her oblivious to lesser realities … like what’s going on now? … the intended victim’s innocent sense of humor about the encounter foils the bully. A bully’s self-confidence being as fragile as it is, one such minor encounter can be really devastating. There’s nothing more discomfiting to a wiseguy than being ignored. This is a great and simple way to be at peace, a secret formula. We also discuss beating something that challenges us, and that there will always be those challenges to our progress … it’s the territory we are in.

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Five of Swords – Fool – Death

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Immune to Persecution (Five of Swords and Fool)

Tarot Readings: If No One Knows (Fool and Death)

Tarot Readings: Beat It, Free of It (Five of Swords and Fool)

Tarot Readings: No End to It (Fool and Death)

Tarot Readings: Miscellaneous Dont’s

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Tarot Readings: Immune to Persecution (Five of Swords and Fool)

I am so upbeat, you can’t take that away from me.

Don’t even think you can be pushed around: You cannot!

You can’t push people around if they don’t notice you.

Don’t forget: YOU are free to kick ass or at least assert yourself.

No matter how uphill your battle is, there is an end to it.

Nobody can intimidate you if you don’t let them.

Your subconscious is not out to get you.

If you don’t belong anywhere, you have no enemies.

No one can rob you if you have nothing.

If you don’t know you’re being bullied, you are not being bullied.

I have no ties, so no one tells me what to do.

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Tarot Readings: If No One Knows (Fool and Death)

“If no one knows, I am not really cheating.”

He has no idea that, with his defiant attitude, he isn’t going to be here.

Opportunists assume they aren’t.

You end a wise-guy’s career without even realizing it.

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Tarot Readings: Beat It, Free of It (Five of Swords and Fool)

If you can’t beat them, just don’t be there.

I beat it, I’m free of it, and that’s the end of it.

You are free not to be involved in this person’s conflicts.

I’m not young but I am putting up a hell of a fight.

No, (he) doesn’t have you under his thumb.

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Tarot Readings: No End to It (Fool and Death)

There’s no end to having to defend what’s yours.

There’s no end to the taxman.

Winning an argument does not end the war.

That bad-boy just doesn’t know when to quit.

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Tarot Readings: Miscellaneous Dont’s

“Don’t get rough, powder puff.”

Whether to get even or not.

Letting yourself be intimidated, you are not really free.

When someone is out to get you, don’t be making any assumptions.

Your freedom ends where you are infringing on (or taking) ours.

Don’t get rough with someone you know nothing about.

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Five of Swords – Fool – Death

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……….…………………… The focus of these three is Five of Swords because that is where the action is. Both of the other two cards mean ‘nothing,’ and in fact keep getting in one another’s way. Death contributes negative modifiers, and Fool ‘is not’ a lot of things. Fool isn’t present, for instance. Some of Fool’s meanings are negators like its ‘being free’ spectrum.

………………..……….   Fool and Death    Fool and Death are seldom seen in one another’s company. Fool ‘isn’t’ and Death almost always supplies a negative word or says ‘end.’ Togeher they say ‘it hasn’t ended’ or ‘it’s not over yet.’ They also say you are ‘free to not.’ But you can turn all of these around, and read ‘not free,’ and ‘unaware it ended’ and ‘it’s all over and he doesn’t know it.’ Oh, you gotta watch these negative words, just like you do in speaking in English.

Things like this are the reason the question, and its phrasing, are vital in Tarot Verbatim. A huge factor in a good answer is a good question. If you do Tarot for yourself, you will discover this when an answer is murky, and you ask it in a different way.

…………….…………..    Fool is the cipher, the zero. Its seemingly unrelated meanings arise from this. Fool is incipient, and is theory. Fool is the cosmos when it was just a notion in the head of the Creator. Fool is the stage where the idea has just sprung, before the item is worked on and shaped into physical form – before the item is even a blueprint. Fool is free of association, yet it also translates ‘assume’ because of this ‘only a glimmer in the eye of its daddy’ meaning of Fool. (You won’t find it meaning ‘assume’ in a bad way, though – at least, I don’t.)

Fool is open-hearted, open-minded, accepting. Fool is ‘water off a duck’s back,’ though: It accepts, but that acceptance is not binding. Fool is upbeat by nature. Fool is ‘not knowingand being oblivious. You experience the Fool awareness every once in a while if you keep one eye open for it.

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…………….…………..   Then there’sDeath.It’s in the way of Fool, as I said. Fool wants to say ‘don’t even think,’ or ‘pay no attention,’ and there’s Death doubling up the phrasing. Death is doing its usual simple job of saying ‘end’ or being a negator. ‘End’ comes from ‘The king is dead, long live the king,’ – the end of a regime. The negative modifier is something that arose from asking questions with known answers, and observing what the cards mean using the question as a ‘known.’ It … just … is. No other Tarot system has this meaning, that I know of.

…………….…………..  Five of Swordsis one of those cards that you need to know the story in the picture. Back in the knighthood days, a person who owned (or would inherit) feudal land could lose it in a duel. The fellow with Mr. Cheney’s smirk in the foreground there has collected the swords from his buddies, pretending their jousting was a duel. So he has double-crossed them, cheated them, taken advantage of them, bullied them. He is a wise-guy, a belligerent, abrasive, defiant opportunist who is ‘out to get you.’ A mugger buddy. They are intimidated, ripped off, taken advantage of, and are devastated.

…………….…………..   Five of Swords can be advice to assert yourself (or whoever the question is about). It can say ‘Time to kick ass.’ It can describe getting even with an abuser, turning the tables upon, and getting revenge against someone who ‘asked for it.’ The smirk is the key to the way to apply Five of Swords.

…………….…………..   Five of Swords does not have to be about a person who is blocking your way, though; it can be about a situation that is challenging to you. This Tarot card is suggesting that you can beat whatever comes against you by having the attitude of oneupmanship toward it: You can’t get me. Yeah, we are suggesting that you bully the bully, that you cop the same defiant attitude ‘the enemy’ has, whether ‘the enemy’ is people or circumstances.

Some people take their half of the road down the middle.” We suggest ‘I don’t know you’ is a technique to adopt when you find yourself in this social territory, and that that puts an end to the intimidation. We point out that no one has you under his thumb without your participation in their game, and that ignoring a bad-boy or a pushy person as if he or she were not there is a very good counter-ploy. If you don’t acknowledge you are being bullied, you are not being bullied.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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……….……….……....     Five of Swords and Fool Immune to Persecution I am so upbeat … take that away from me. Don’t ever think you can be pushed around. … push people around if they don’t notice you. … forget: YOU are free to kick ass or at least assert yourself. No matter how uphill your battle is …. Nobody can intimidate you … you let them. Your subconscious is _ out to get you. If you don’t belong anywhere, you _ have enemies. No one can rob you. If you don’t know how you are being bullied …. I have no ties so __ tells me what to do. No one knows I am cheating. He has no idea, with his defiant attitude …. Opportunists assume …. … a wise-guy’s career, without even realizing it. Beat It, Free of It If you can’t beat them, just _ be there. I beat it; I am free of it. You are free to be involved in this person’s conflicts. I’m _ young, but I am putting up a hell of a fight. He doesn’t have you under his thumb. There’s no _ to having to defend what’s yours. There’s no __ to the taxman. Winning an argument does not _ the war. That bad-boy just doesn’t know. _ get rough, powder puff. Whether to get even. Letting yourself be intimidated, you are _ really free. When someone is out to get you _ be making assumptions. Your freedom … where you are infringing on (or taking) ours. Get rough with someone you know nothing about. x..

………..……….……….     Five of Swords and Death You can’t take that away from me. You cannot be pushed around. You can’t push people around. Don’t __: Kick ass, or at least assert yourself. There is an end to your uphill battle. Don’t let (them) intimidate you. Nobody can intimidate you. __ is not out to get you. You have no enemies. … rob you if you have nothing. You are not being bullied. No one tells me what to do. I am not really cheating. With his defiant attitude, he isn’t going to be here. Opportunists … they aren’t. You end a wise-guy’s career. If you can’t beat them …. I beat it, and that’s the end of it. Not to be involved in this person’s conflicts. I’m not _ but I am putting up a hell of a fight. He doesn’t have you under his thumb. __ having to defend what’s yours. _ end to the taxman. Winning an argument … end the war. That bad-boy doesn’t … when to quit. Don’t get rough. … get even or not. … be intimidated, you are not …. When someone is out to get you, don’t be making …. … ends where you are infringing on (or taking) ours. Don’t get rough. x..

………………..……….   Fool and Death I am so upbeat, you can’t …. Don’t even think: You cannot! You can’t __ if they don’t notice you. __ forget: You are free to …. No matter how …, there is an end to it. Nobody can __ if you don’t let them. Your subconscious is not …. If you don’t belong anywhere, you have no __. No one can __ if you have nothing. If you don’t know _, you’re not. I have no ties, so no one …. If No One Knows If no one knows, I’m not really …. He has no idea that he isn’t going to be here. No idea that he isn’t …. __ assume they aren’t. You end a __ without even realizing it. If you can’t _, just don’t be there. I’m free of it, and that’s the end of it. You are free not to be …. I’m not young. No, he doesn’t have you. No End to It **There’s no end to …. Does not end …. Just doesn’t know when to quit. Don’t __, powder puff. Whether to __ or not. Letting yourself be __, you are not really free. You are not really free. Don’t be making any assumptions. Your freedom ends. Don’t … with someone you know nothing about. x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Five of Swords.…….. “Some people take their half of the road down the middle.” We suggest ‘I don’t know you’ is a technique to adopt when you find yourself in this social territory, and that that puts an end to the intimidation. We point out that no one has you under his thumb without your participation in their game, and that ignoring a bad-boy or a pushy person as if he or she were not there is a very good counter-ploy. If you don’t acknowledge you are being bullied, you are not being bullied.

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Fool…………. Fool’s disparate meanings are mostly held together by the fact it is ‘zero’ in the numbering system. Fool is the idea that preceded the blueprint, the theory before it becomes a theorem, and fool is being free and letting it come as it may, not taking luggage on the journey, not being prepared, – not thinking, just being. ‘God protects Fools and drunks,’ – that type of thing. Fool means to ignore, to be oblivious, and even to assume, to have faith, to be upbeat and optimistic. See him skip right up to the cliff edge, not looking, believing ‘nothing bad can happen to me’? Fool can be applied in this ‘faith in the universe’ way, or can be applied as ‘That’s what you get for not looking where you’re going,’ depending, of course, on what other cards make up the story.

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Death………. Death is a bystander, usually, to your Tarot story. Death simply slips a negative word into the mix. How often it negates a ‘bad card’ is amazing. If you’ve got, say, Ten of Swords, you pray for Death to make it ‘not devastating.’ Death is only a support card for a theme of something or someone dying, but it can and does mean ‘end.’ Its illustration depicts the end of an era as one king dies and other has not been ceremonially made yet. That’s a bishop with the crown in his possession, to make the next fellow a king.

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  1. Kelly

    Strange but true, this one totally fits.

    Describes and deals with a social situation recently. I thought may be I’m attracting bullies, but… “you’re subconscious is not out to get you”.
    Also “I have no ties so no one tells me what to do”.

    I might have ended “a wise guy’s career without knowing it”.

    • Four … and they are fairly unrelated. I loved ‘Your subconscious is not out to get you.”
      Comments like this make my day.

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