Tarot Readings for you for October 2, 2014 Thursday©

Oct 2, 2014 by

GUIDANCE           ‘No guts, no glory,’ people say.  The obverse of that is ‘Guts and Glory,’ which is our topic. Calculated risks pay off.  You have the ability, the mastery, and you have the nerve.  You decide to use what you know so well to accomplish a purpose, no matter what gets in the way.  There will always be opposition to ambition, you know.  Traffic gets in the way of where you are headed.  It’s just natural, and it’s no big deal.  You could say the sabotage, the opposition, adds to the fun, and adds to the thrill of succeeding.  But having nerve also attracts luck, when the daring is the persistent type.  Willpower unleashed upon a situation intelligently tends to luck out, blast through, and hit the jackpot.  The process described here need not be some grand undertaking; it can be about getting ahead, acquiring a skill, surviving – and it could even be not legal.

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‘Group Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages from the pictures of the three cards you see – to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.

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Chariot – Seven of Swords – Wheel of Fortune

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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: Guts and the Glory (Chariot and Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Using Adverse Factors to Advantage (Chariot and Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Crime Pays (Seven of Swords and Wheel of Fortune)

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Tarot Readings: Guts and the Glory (Chariot and Seven of Swords)

You decide to make it happen, and you have the guts.

The best outcome – because you’ve got the willpower, and you dare to pull it off.

You decide to pull off a miracle, and so you do.

A smooth operator cuts corners and beats the odds.

Be ruthless to accomplish your miracle.

Get it done by any means possible, and you do it.

That lucky break comes when you have the guts to take a chance.

To make it happen for the best, you gotta break a rule or two.

People with guts are destined to succeed.

You take a chance and create a magic moment.

His calculated risk pays off big.

An opportunity to get ahead through the back door.

Dare to fulfill your destiny.

Taking a chance, when you know what you’re doing, is rewarded.

His strategy makes high-risk gambles pay off.

The minute you decide to take a chance, you get lucky.

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Tarot Readings: Using Adverse Factors to Advantage (Chariot and Seven of Swords)

Sabotage happens when you are destined to be a leader.

Using the sabotage of your ambition to your advantage makes it happen.

The odds were so against your succeeding.

Damage to a vehicle turns out to have been lucky.

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Tarot Readings: Crime Pays (Seven of Swords and Wheel of Fortune)

He made his fortune on stolen cars.

There’s a shady side to the overnight success.

He stole a car and got away with it.

Behind his successful win is criminal activity.

The winning strategy is to cheat.

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This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contradictions – and also the pronouns are more flexible. If it feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ and you’re a ‘she,’ feel free to adopt it anyway.

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Chariot – Seven of Swords – Wheel of Fortune

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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……………….……………………     Having a strategy, and having the nerve, you win the day. All three of our Tarot-mates here have something to do with taking a chance, and the odds of winning. These Rider Waite Tarot cards intertwine and interrelate beautifully to say stories about you winning your day.

………………………..     Chariot is ‘tacking against the wind,’ using factors that are not in your favor to your advantage – a strategy, a winning strategy. Both Chariot and Seven of Swords can be about a mission. Chariot is willpower; Chariot is intelligent strategy, and mastery of something; Chariot is nerve and daring; Chariot is success and winning. Let me emphasize this is no daredevil: Chariot is responsible and has responsibility. Chariot is you deciding you have the ability to do it but it’s against the odds, and gritting your teeth and saying ‘I’m gonna get ‘er done no matter what.’ We insist, today, that that usually gets a person where he heads.

………………………..      Seven of Swords’ main meaning is pulling off a risky endeavor. Both Chariot and Seven of Swords can be about a mission. You see a fellow who is making off with the opponent’s weapons, in broad daylight, but carrying these heavy blades in his bare hands. Seven of Swords represents risk, self-sabotage, daring and guts, danger and a dangerous mission, sneaking, cheating, ‘pulling it off’ where the ‘it’ may be theft or some other crime. Seven of Swords also would be a terrorist if those are your tents.

………………………..           Wheel of Fortune is about coincidence, luck, and winning. Wheel of Fortune is also destiny, karma, hitting the jackpot, lucking out, etc. Wheel of Fortune is the winning hand or lottery ticket, the reward, the lucky break, your big chance. It happens, the optimum result occurs, when Wheel of Fortune shows up in your cards. It illustrates the idea that divine and infernal entities meddle in human affairs.

……….…………..         Chariot and Seven of Swords    Chariot and Seven of Swords is the expertise to succeed in the face of danger. It is the strategy to get a purpose accomplished no matter what, using even its sabotage to best advantage to get the job done. You see determination here; you see having the nerve, the ability, and the willpower to succeed at a chosen objective. Chariot is about choice, about decision, about being the go-to person, the project manager. Chariot was not drafted; he volunteered. These two cards also describe stealing a car or a vehicle having been stolen.

………..…………..         Chariot and Wheel of Fortune    Chariot and Wheel of Fortune makes it happen, and happen for the best. It is putting your mind to it (choice, decision, ambition) and and using every coincidence to your advantage, to your favor, whether it’s in your favor or not. You could say Chariot and Wheel of Fortune is Destiny honoring your choice. You could say Chariot and Wheel of Fortune is determination and ambition rewarded. It is being the born leader, the person whose fate is to accomplish something.

……..……………       Seven of Swords and Wheel of Fortune    Seven of Swords and Wheel of Fortune combine the idea of risk and reward – taking a chance and having it happen. With luck, you pull off something sneaky, too: Seven of Swords is obviously sneaking out of the enemy camp with its weapons. Taking a chance and cashing in suggest winning at gambling as well. These two cards say, in Tarot Verbatim, ‘Crime pays.’

Now is the time to take that dare, to step out boldly on the thin ice. Risk is being rewarded, ladies and gentlemen: The line forms to the left. Get your payoff while it’s hot. Lady Luck has shown up at Tarot Verbatim™ with bells on.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

……….…………..        Chariot and Seven of Swords  Guts and the Glory You decide, and you have the guts. … because you’ve got the willpower, and you dare to pull it off. You decide to pull off a _, and you do. A smooth operator cuts corners. Be ruthless to accomplish _. Get it done by any means possible. __ when you have the guts to take a chance. To make it happen, you’ve got to break a rule or two. People with guts succeed. You take a chance and create …. His calculated risk. To get ahead through the back door. Dare to fulfill __. Taking a chance, when you know what you are doing …. His strategy makes high-risk gambles …. The minute you decide to take a chance …. Using Adverse Factors to Advantage Sabotage when you are destined to be a leader. Using the sabotage of your ambition to your advantage …. The odds were so against your succeeding. Damage to a vehicle … He made his _ on stolen cars. There’s a shady side to the _ success. He stole a car. Behind his successful _ is criminal activity. The strategy is to cheat. x..

………..…………..         Chariot and Wheel of Fortune   You decide to make it happen. The best outcome because you’ve got the willpower. You decide to _ a miracle, and so you do. A smooth operator beats the odds. Accomplish your miracle. Get it done by any means possible, and you do it. That lucky break comes when you take a chance. To make it happen, you gotta break a rule or two. People with _ are destined to succeed. You take a chance and create a magic moment. His calculated _ pays off big. An opportunity to get ahead. Fulfill your destiny. Taking a chance, when you know what you are doing, is rewarded. His strategy makes the gamble pay off. The minute you decide to take a chance, you get lucky. The minute you decide to take a chance. __ happens when you are destined to be a leader. Using the __ of your ambition to your advantage makes it happen. The odds for your succeeding. _ to your vehicle turns out to have been lucky. He made his fortune. He made his fortune on cars. There’s a _ side to the overnight success. His successful win. The winning strategy. x..

……..……………      Seven of Swords and Wheel of Fortune     You have the guts to make it happen. The best outcome because you dare to pull it off. You pull off a miracle. __ cuts corners and beats the odds. Be ruthless to _ your miracle. … by any means possible, and you do it. That lucky break comes when you take a chance. To make it happen for the best, you break a rule or two. People with guts are destined __. You take a chance and _ a magic moment. His _ risk pays off big. An opportunity to _ through the back door. Dare to _ your destiny. Taking a chance is rewarded. __ makes high-risk gambles pay off. … to take a chance, you get lucky. Sabotage happens. The sabotage makes it happen. The odds were so against. Damage turns out to have been lucky. Crime Pays … fortune on stolen _. There’s shady side to overnight __. He stole and got away with it. … his win is criminal activity. The winning _ is to cheat. x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Chariot  ………    Here we have a skilled individual who is responsible for a project or mission, a vital one. Here we have being a leader, being responsible for results, and having the nerve to get the mission accomplished despite everything. Chariot can be a hero; think Marines. But Chariot can be you gritting your teeth and saying to yourself ‘They can’t stop me.’

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Seven of Swords   ………….    You don’t want to see this person in your romance spreads: He is the cheater. This is having nerve, guts, daring and moxie to pull something off brazenly, maybe in broad daylight like the picture shows. Seven of Swords addresses risk, hazards, long shots, taking a gamble or a chance. It also address theft, assault, assassination or murder and other crimes. Lowlife types, double-crossing, sabotage, fixes through bribery, any behind-the-scenes skulduggery. Notice he is getting away with it! You see him hotfooting off, so once in a while Seven of Swords is the getaway, or even the getaway driver.

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Wheel of Fortune   ……….    declares that what happens here on earth is influenced by spiritual factors, both godly and demonic ones. Those strange letters are the Name of God in Hebrew, and they are used in magic. Four other letters which have some occult meaning are interspersed. Attached to the Wheel are some infernal critters, and in the clouds around the Wheel are winged creatures who have books. In real life spreads, Wheel of Fortune often translates ‘wonderful,’ and is about coincidence, karma, destiny, fate, luck, chance (and lucky chances), and ‘it happens,’ usually meaning it happens for the best. Wheel of Fortune is hitting the jackpot, opportunity and a lucky break.

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