Tarot Readings for you for October 15, 2014 Wednesday©

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GUIDANCE      One person’s fun wild days is another person’s ‘There goes the neighborhood.’ One person’s party just getting started is another person’s ‘It’s time to leave.’ We talk about all those fun guys who are reckless livers and criminals not being amusing anymore. We are glad to see them leaving here (but we are going back there for our fun).

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Seven of Swords – Eight of Wands – Sun

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Leaving the Smooth Operators Behind (Seven of Swords and Sun)

Tarot Readings: The Lowlifes Are Leaving (Seven of Swords and Sun)

Tarot Readings: Reckless Kids (Seven of Swords and Sun)

Tarot Readings: Fun Fellows (Eight of Wands and Sun)

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Tarot Readings: Leaving the Smooth Operators Behind (Seven of Swords and Sun)

I leave parties when they get too wild.

You are free when you outfox everybody.

Too many criminals … time to move out.

Out of your life exits one more troublemaker.

I’m leaving all the smooth operators behind.

You are getting loose from one liability after the other.

So happy to leave yet another place I was ripped off.

 

Tarot Readings: The Lowlifes Are Leaving (Seven of Swords and Sun)

The offender is told to leave the place.

All the lowlifes are leaving.

 

Tarot Readings: Reckless Kids (Seven of Swords and Sun)

Charming Baby Boy gets away with yet another shenanigan.

He talks like a criminal but he’s a kid.

Those kids are stealing one thing after another.

One more dangerous mission behind him.

When he leaves, tools leave with him.

Doing illegal things for the thrill of it.

The kids keep sneaking out.

The kid sneaks out of the house to do some more sneaky things.

It’s more fun to steal it.

 

Tarot Readings: Fun Fellows (Eight of Wands and Sun)

Risque happy talk.

He does risky things for fun.

His infantile stunts.

Flings have their pitfalls.

Lowlifes make more babies.

The boy pulled off a fast one.

You take chances when you are young.

Things I did on vacation behind your back.

One more charming bad-boy.

They are all criminals but they’re fun guys.

He says he just wants to have fun … at your expense, of course.

They talk these slick deals to you like you would be thrilled.

Those were my fun wild days.

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Seven of Swords – Eight of Wands – Sun

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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……………….……………………     Wondering why our sentences are so similar, so repetitious? Well, Seven of Swords and Sun both are about pulling off a daring stunt, breaking the rules or laws, sneaking away or sneaking out … and Eight of Wands just pluralizes the antics of which the other two speak, or means ‘fast’ as in ‘fast one.’ If Sun didn’t also mean ‘leaving,’ generally, we would be stuck for a post today!

………………………..       Seven of Swords  shows a derring-do. He sneaks into enemy camp in broad daylight and makes off with the weapons, carrying the naked blades in his bare hands a he hot-foots it out of there. So he is a thief, he sneaks, he is a smooth operator. He is either a terrorist or a hero, depending whose side you belong to. In an actual spread, this Tarot card often means a lowlife, a criminal, the creep who made off with your tools.

  Seven of Swords is to dare, to outfox, to pull it off, to get away with it. It is also your wild days.

………………………..     Eight of Wands   shows a number of boards flying in the air. And that’s what it means: a number of, and quickly. It also means communication: talk, writing – any kind. Why, I don’t know, it just reliably comes up for that, and Tarot Verbatim™ is based on field experience. Eight of Wands is a pluralizer; it means many, more, increasing, one more, more and more, etc. It is also about repeated actions: ‘Keep doing (whatever)’ is often what it tells you in your spread.

………………………..      Sun is another one of those complex cards due to many elements in its illustration. The kid is having fun. The kid is breaking the rules, sneaking out of the house whilst undressed. The kid is recklessly cavorting on a pony that is about to throw him. The kid obviously is callously devil-may-care. Those are the trunks of Sun’s meaning-tree.

……….…………..              Seven of Swords and Eight of Wands    Seven of Swords and Eight of Wands is one shenanigan or crime or daring mission after the other. It’s also pulling off a fast one, since Eight of Wands means ‘fast’ (or quickly), and Seven of Swords is getting away with breaking a rule or crime.

………..…………..              Seven of Swords and Sun    Seven of Swords and Sun … oh, my! We have the same mentality: Sun is the callous playboy, the brat, the kid who sneaks out of the house and gets away with antics. Seven of Swords sneaks around on either daring missions, or thefts or other crime, and hotfoots it out of there, getting away with it. Note that they are both leaving.

……………………       Eight of Wands and Sun    Eight of Wands and Sun mean some miscellaneous things like ‘a lot of fun’ and ‘more children,’ ‘a lot of them are leaving,’ and ‘childish talk’ or enjoying a conversation.

In small doses, reckless living can be fun for all. Like on vacation? But enough of it wears out its welcome. We talk about our wild and crazy days, and the risque things we did on the spur of the moment while no one was lookin’ on vacation out of town. And how criminals can be fun to talk to. Then we talk about leaving when the party gets too wild, and making the offender leave here. We say the way to be free is to outsmart everybody, which is entirely another chapter.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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……….…………..    Seven of Swords and Eight of Wands    I leave _ when _ get too wild. Too wild. Outfox everybody. Too many criminals. One or more troublemaker. All the smooth operators. One liability after the other. Yet another place I was ripped off. The offender is told …. All the lowlifes. Yet another shenanigan. Talks like a criminal. Stealing one thing after another. One more dangerous mission. Tools leave with him. Doing illegal things. Keep sneaking out. Do some sneaky things. More _ to steal it. Risque talk. Risky things. He does risky things. Stunts. _ have their pitfalls. Lowlifes make more _. Pulled off a fast one.* You take chances. Things I did behind your back. One more bad-boy. They are all criminals. Says … at your expense. They talk these slick deals to you. My wild days. x..

………..…………..       Seven of Swords and Sun   Leaving the Smooth Operators Behind I leave when they get wild. You are free when you outfox. Criminals … move out. Out of your life exits a troublemaker. I leaving the smooth operator behind. You are getting loose from one liability. So happy to leave a place where I was ripped off. The Lowlifes Are Leaving The offender … to leave the place. The lowlifes are leaving. Reckless Kids Charming Baby Boy gets away with murder. Charming Baby Boy gets away with a shenanigan. … like a criminal, but he’s a kid. Kid is stealing. Dangerous mission behind him. When he leaves, a tool leaves with him. Doing illegal thing for the thrill of it. The kids _ sneaking out. The kid sneaks out of the house to do a sneaky thing. It’s fun to steal (it). Risque happy _. Risky thing for fun. Infantile stunts. Fling has pitfalls. Lowlifes make babies. The boy pulled off …. You take a chance when you are young. … I did on vacation behind your back. Charming bad-boy. Criminal fun guys. Have fun at your expense. These slick deals you would be thrilled …. My fun wild day. x..

……………………      Eight of Wands and Sun   I leave parties. You are free when you _ everybody. Too many _ … time to move out. … exits one more __. I’m leaving all the … behind. You are getting loose from one _ after another. So happy to leave yet another …. Told to leave the place. All the _ are leaving. Reckless kids. Charming Baby Boy … yet another …. He talks like __ but he is a kid. Those kids are … one after another. One more __ behind him. When he leaves, things …. Things leave with him. … things for the thrill of it. The kids keep __ out. The kid _ out of the house to do some more __. It’s more fun …. Fun Fellows Happy talk. He does things for fun. Infantile (things). Flings have their __. Make more babies. The boy … a fast …. You take __s when you are young. Things I did on vacation.** One more charming boy. They’re all __, but they’re fun guys. He says he just wants to have fun. They talk these __ to you like you would be thrilled. Those were my fun days. x

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Seven of Swords   ………    Seven of Swords is the consummate party pooper Tarot card: When it shows up, there’s mischief afoot, there’s risk and liability, lowlifes and theft, criminality and sabotage. It can also be getting away with a shenanigan, a stunt, a caper. Pray that the spread he is in does not augment his dangerous side: This card can be assault, murder, assassination, theft, double-cross, treachery … and getting away with it.

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Eight of Wands  ………….    Eight of Wands is often a bystander card. Its main meanings are: quickly or fast; communication; many, several, more and more – I call it a pluralizer. Very often, it just makes another card plural … adds an ‘s.’ It means documents, writing, texting, talking … smoke signals, sign language – any communication.

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Sun  ……….      The illustration shows a little brat who snuck out of the house naked to maybe get his little self killed having the time of his life on a mean little horse. Oh what fun he is having breaking the house rules. He is reckless, callous, willful, funloving, cute, uninhibited, and enjoying himself. These are Sun’s meanings. Charm is sometimes in the picture, of course.

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