Tarot Readings for You for December 23, 2014 Tuesday©

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GUIDANCE    The good guys have got the situation under control. Speaking softly without much inflection gives a person an air of authority. When authority is accepted, authority speaks quietly and calmly, and all is well. When you assert your authority because you figure it isn’t going to be accepted, you raise your voice … ‘Get off the sofa’ to your dog children, say. A nervous voice gets scant respect from people or dogs.

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King of Cups – Chariot – Page of Wands

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: In Quiet Control (King of Cups and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Speak with Authority (Chariot and Page of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Government Person (King of Cups and Page of Wands)

Tarot Readings: It’s the Alcohol Talking (King of Cups and Page of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Father and Son (King of Cups and Page of Wands)

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Tarot Readings: In Quiet Control (King of Cups and Chariot)

The good guys have got the situation under control.

Speaking softly, carrying a big stick.

These nice guys finish first, are masters at winning.

He is a passive, even meek man, to look at him, but he is powerful.

A diplomatic man, he speaks with personal authority.

He is a sweet guy who proudly fights to win.

A man who is young and quiet is the named authority to handle that situation.

His masterful speeches, appealing to emotion, got him where he is.

His diplomatic language is a winning strategy.

When you are operations manager, you can speak softly.

He looks and he talks like a good man, and he is very capable.

Strategy is what makes him appear to be such a gentleman in his presentation.

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Tarot Readings: Speak with Authority (Chariot and Page of Wands)

Power speaks softly.

Speak softly to achieve your purpose.

Speak calmly and authoritatively.

Get things done quietly, with words.

Speak quietly, with emotion, and succeed.

Present yourself as a gentleman who is a manager.

A bureaucrat talks like he knows what he is doing.

The winning strategy is to have a spokesperson who’s very low key.

He is quiet, has self control, and a confident air about him.

The project manager is such a subtle and well-spoken man.

He decides to present himself as a softie and flirt.

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Tarot Readings: Government Person (King of Cups and Page of Wands)

I’m from the government, and I’m here to take charge.”

It’s a government person’s government vehicle.

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Tarot Readings: It’s the Alcohol Talking (King of Cups and Page of Wands)

It’s the alcohol talking – it’s in control.

Get your purpose done by drinking with him and talking to him.

He talks like he is in control but, well, he is a weakling.

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Tarot Readings: Father and Son (King of Cups and Page of Wands)

It’s really his Dad’s car, he tells us.

Responsible father’s respectable grown son.

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King of Cups – Chariot – Page of Wands

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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……………….……………………    This crisis Tarot has been monitoring, the bad thing that doesn’t happen, is now over, and God’s back on his throne, as the poet says. (‘God’s on his throne and all’s right with the world,’ in case you haven’t encountered that.) Today presents the social aspects of authority as to tone of voice and demeanor. Emphasis is on the fact that when you are in control, you are comfortable with it, and you are calm. This applies to internal life to: What you are calm within yourself about is under control in your internal kingdom. What raises your metabolism when it crosses your mind, well, you haven’t put a leash on yet. You may not intend to, of course … we don’t have to control everything and there are always a few challenges left if you are still breathing.

………………………..      King of Cups has few meanings. His file was scant in my index-card Tarot encyclopedia that burned with my house … I remember that. Cups mean emotions, and Kings are adults and leaders, so King of Cups is an emotional older man or leader. The ship tossing in the water that floods his throne on all sides suggest he is emotionally unstable – hence, a weak man. The fish around his neck goes along with that and could mean Pisces. His look, and the fact he holds a cup in his hand, brings in the alcoholic theme. Note the lack of authority symbols on the back of his seat. He is ‘the emotionally available man’ and the ‘honey of a guy’ in relationship spreads. He stands for government itself, for bureaucracy, for a fellow with a desk job, a lackluster ordinary guy. Lou Grant. He does not come up for any drug but alcohol, by the way.

………………………..      Chariot rules. No excuses. He accomplishes the mission, gets the project done, by any means possible, using all the factors in his success recipe, including the factors that should have been obstacles to his course. Chariot is ‘under budget and on time’ as the project manager. Strategy is his skill, and he can be ruthless. The sphinxes with colors the opposite of one another are magic critters that go in one direction, a turn. He hitches them so that they block one another doing this, and then controls their direction with magic wands as reins. You could stereotype him as a Marine.

………………………..      Page of Wands is a young guy starting out who wants to succeed in his culture. He dresses the part, plays his role, stands up straight, and speaks well. This is the likable fellow, the sales guy, Prince Charming and ‘every mother’s son.’ Page of Wands often means to speak, to speak up, to stand up or stand for, to be the one who …. Page of Wands is one of the identity cards (like Page of Pentacles) that can mean ‘You’re the one.’

……………………..      King of Cups and Chariot  Here is the good man in power, but it also says government power, since King of Cups also means both a good man and anything governmental or bureaucratic. Here we see the masterful diplomat or diplomatic individual, since Chariot means masterful and King of Cups is the diplomat. King of Cups is mild-mannered and Chariot is in power, so you have a polite man running the show, or a diplomatic manager. Chariot is responsible, and King of Cups (as a king card) is a leader, so here’s a responsible leader or a leader who takes responsibility. Chariot is capable, so you have a good man who is capable. You can see a man who is comfortable (King of Cups) in his power (Chariot), who is unassertive because his power is established. And here’s a man who is in control of (Chariot) his emotions, because King of Cups is ‘the emotional man,’ evidence by his seat being surrounded by water. King of Cups is low key, and Chariot is the winning strategy, so the winning strategy is low key. Here is a sweet guy (King of Cups) who fights to win (Chariot) and wins the fight. Chariot, as usual, is a vehicle, so you got a government vehicle. x..

………..…………..      King of Cups and Page of Wands   Page of Wands is an identity card, so these two cards can take any meaning of King of Cups and put ‘A man who is’ in front of it. Both these cards are good guys. King of Cups means government, quiet-to-meek, drinking, bureaucrat, and diplomatic in addition. Page of Wands means young, handsome (sometimes a flirt), well-dressed, well-spoken, playing a role, and speaking in addition. You can see how these two would be companions. Together they are ‘the good guys’ or ‘those nice guys.’ Combining them, you get such phrases as: Speak quietly with emotion; speak calmly; speeches appealing to emotions; quietly, with words; and a father and son, both of whom are good people. (This has been an example of what you can do with multiple ‘court cards’ in your spread.) x..

……………………      Chariot and Page of Wands      are the very picture of self control; they even mean ‘Self-control’ because Page of Wands is self, and Chariot is control. They say the good guy has got the situation under control, which is the same thing King of Cups and Chariot say, because both King of Cups and Page of Wands are good guys. They both say the other things we have for King of Cups too, like ‘Nice guy finishes first, is a master at winning.’ Since Page of Wands means to be young, and to speak, Chariot and Page of Wands brings up such phrases as: He speaks with personal authority (Page of Wands is ‘personal’ in its ‘identity’ trunk of meanings.); He proudly fights to win (Page of Wands is also ‘proudly.); A man who is young is the named authority (Page of Wands is a young man, and Chariot is authority, and Page of Wands is also the name, or is named as.); Speak with authority; He looks and talks like he is capable; Gets things done with words; Speak and succeed; present yourself as the manager; The winning strategy is to have a spokesperson (since Page of Wands is about speaking.); The project manager is a well-spoken man; “I’m here to take charge” (since Page of Wands is to be personally physically present); He decides to present himself as (since Chariot is to decide and Page of Wands is about identity). Chariot is to achieve your purpose, so you get your purpose done by talking when you add Page of Wands. Lastly, he tells us it’s his car because, as you know if you read a few of these, Chariot comes across as any vehicle. Chariot is responsible and Page of Wands is a young guy, so when you put these next to an older-man card, well, Page of Wands is the responsible grown son. x..

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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.…………………..       King of Cups and Chariot      IN QUIET CONTROL The good guy has got the situation under control. Softly carrying a big stick. Nice guy finishes first, is a master at winning. He is a passive, even meek, man, but he is powerful. A diplomatic man with authority. He is a sweet guy who fights to win. A man who is quiet is the authority to handle that situation. His masterful _, appealing to emotion, got him where he is. His diplomatic _ is a winning strategy. When you are operations manager, you can _ softly. A good man, and he is very capable. Strategy is a gentleman. Power _ softly. _ softly to achieve your purpose. Calmly and authoritatively. Get things done quietly. _ quietly, with emotion, and succeed. A gentleman who is a manager. A bureaucrat … knows what he is doing. The winning strategy is very low key. He is quiet. The project manager is such a subtle man. He decides to be a softie and flirt. … from the government, and I’m taking charge. Government vehicle. It’s the alcohol in control. Get your purpose done by drinking with (him). … like he is in control but, well, he is a weakling. His Dad’s car. Responsible father’s …. x..

………..…………..     King of Cups and Page of Wands       The good guys. Speaking softly. These nice guys. He is a passive, even meek, man, to look at him. A diplomatic man, he speaks with personal _. He is a sweet guy who proudly …. A man who is young and quiet is the named …. His speeches, appealing to emotion, …. His diplomatic language. When you are _, you can speak softly. He looks and he talks like a good man. What makes him appear to be such a gentleman in his presentation. _ speaks softly. Speak softly to …. Speak calmly. … quietly, with words. Speak quietly, with emotion. Present yourself as a gentleman. A bureaucrat talks …. Have a spokesperson who’s very low key. He is quiet, has self __, and a confident air about him. __ is such a subtle and well-spoken man. He presents himself as a softie and flirt. Presents himself as a softie, and flirts. GOVERNMENT PERSON “I’m from the government, and I’m here ….” It’s a government person’s …. IT’S THE ALCOHOL TALKING Drinking with him and talking to him. He speaks like _ but, well, he is a weakling. FATHER AND SON It’s really his Dad’s _, he tells us. Father’s respectable grown son. x..

……………………     Chariot and Page of Wands      The good guy has got the situation under control. Speaking _, carrying a big stick. Nice guy finishes first, is a master at winning. He is a passive man to look at him, but he is powerful. He speaks with personal authority. Personal authority.** He proudly fights to win. A man who is young is the named authority to handle that situation. His masterful speeches got him where he is. His language is a winning strategy. When you are operations manager, you can speak __. He looks and he talks like a __, and he is very capable. Strategy is what makes him appear to be such a _ in his presentation. SPEAK WITH AUTHORITY Power speaks _. Speak _ to achieve your purpose. Speak authoritatively. Get things done with words. Speak and succeed. Present yourself as a manager. Talks like he knows what he is doing.** The winning strategy is to have a spokesperson. He has self control and a confident air about him. Self-control.** The project manager is such a well-spoken man. He decides to present himself as _ and flirt. “I’m here to take charge.” It’s a _ person’s vehicle. It’s the _ talking – it’s in control. Get your purpose done by talking to him. He talks like he is in control. His _’s car, he tells us. His car, he tells us. His car. Responsible _’s respectable grown son. Responsible son. Son is responsible. x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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King of Cups ……… Quoting from ‘Learn by Observation,’ since I stated King of Cups’ basic meaning so well there and have nothing better to say: “ Cups mean emotions, and Kings are adults and leaders, so King of Cups is an emotional older man or leader. The ship tossing in the water that floods his throne on all sides suggest he is emotionally unstable – hence, a weak man. The fish around his neck goes along with that and could mean Pisces. His look, and the fact he holds a cup in his hand, brings in the alcoholic theme. Note the lack of authority symbols on the back of his seat. He is ‘the emotionally available man’ and the ‘honey of a guy’ in relationship spreads. He stands for government itself, for bureaucracy, for a fellow with a desk job, a lackluster ordinary guy. Lou Grant. He does not come up for any drug but alcohol, by the way.”

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Chariot…………. Since we are using the very basic meanings in today’s spread, I shall quote what I wrote for Chariot in Learn Tarot by Observation, because I have nothing better to say. “Chariot rules. No excuses. He accomplishes the mission, gets the project done, by any means possible, using all the factors in his success recipe, including the factors that should have been obstacles to his course. Chariot is ‘under budget and on time’ as the project manager. Strategy is his skill, and he can be ruthless. The sphinxes with colors the opposite of one another are magic critters that go in one direction, a turn. He hitches them so that they block one another doing this, and then controls their direction with magic wands as reins. You could stereotype him as a Marine.”

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Page of Wands…………. Since everything I wrote for Page of Wands under ‘Learn Tarot by Observing is only about him and his illustration, I shall quote it here, since I have nothing to add: “Page of Wands is a young guy starting out who wants to succeed in his culture. He dresses the part, plays his role, stands up straight, and speaks well. This is the likable fellow, the sales guy, Prince Charming and ‘every mother’s son.’ Page of Wands often means to speak, to speak up, to stand up or stand for, to be the one who …. Page of Wands is one of the identity cards (like Page of Pentacles) that can mean ‘You’re the one.’”

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5 Comments

  1. Mary

    Weak people take advantage because they don’t feel they can get what they want fairly.

    • Mary

      It’s a self-defeating strategy, but they leave damage in their wake. That’s the realization that hit me on the 23rd. It’s still churning in the back of my mind. I’m in a new place right now, watching new patterns and people.

      • Seeing events around you as a movie with meaning: This is the mystic path. People who see damage in their wake undermine their own health subconsciously to stop themselves.

  2. Kelly

    This is about a subtle power shift at work.

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