Tarot Readings for You for December 5, 2014 Friday©

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GUIDANCE   You would have everything you want if you would want only the things you have. Stumbling toward the parking brake on the vehicle of our wish list, here, we are! More in the humble way than the phony way. We are going to let ourselves enjoy the current reality, whatever it is, because gratitude deters the demons and being content prevents madness. As long as things are not in an uproar, they are okay. I like it best when it’s uncomplicated. Being grateful for things we don’t have, and things we didn’t do – for preventions and near-misses: That’s some good medicine. Being grateful for whatever level of sanity and awareness we currently possess: Feel good about that too! Not wanting to suffer: Now, that’s a fine wish! – and not wanting to drive other people crazy either.

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Seven of Cups – Nine of Cups – Two of Swords

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: All the Things We Do Want (Seven of Cups and Nine of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Glad Not to Have (Nine of Cups and Two of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Don’t Let This Get to You (Seven of Cups and Two of Swords)

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Tarot Readings: All the Things We Do Want (Seven of Cups and Nine of Cups)

Being content prevents madness.

Gratitude banishes demons.

Want everything you have, and no more.

It’s not your imagination, you do enjoy life.

No nasty surprises: That’s all I ask.

So happy I stopped the bullshit.

I have everything I want: no more!

There’s no confusion about what we really want.

What I like best: when nothing is complicated.

Just the way I like it: no fine print.

As long as things aren’t in an uproar, enjoy them.

I don’t have a lot of stuff, and I like it like that.

You’re not crazy, your life really is good.

You didn’t mess up: Yay for you!

So glad it hasn’t hit the fan.

I want it all … to stop.

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Tarot Readings: Glad Not to Have (Nine of Cups and Two of Swords)

I do not want clutter!

I don’t want to go to the trouble.

I don’t want things to get out of hand.

No more stuff – I have too much already.

Grateful for all sorts of things I don’t have.

They are shocked when you don’t want anything.

I didn’t want to be as mixed-up as I am.

I really want to stop the delirium tremens!

We don’t want each and every thing we want.

More than anything, I want nothing to be ruined.

I don’t want to drive you totally crazy.

I can get carried away about what I want: Not letting that happen.

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Tarot Readings: Don’t Let This Get to You (Seven of Cups and Two of Swords)

No uncontrollable desire here!

Stop the greed before it overwhelms you.

Don’t you fall apart just when everything is going right!

So glad I stopped that from making a mess of my life.

Out-of-control person blocks me from a good life.

Stop wanting every damned thing!

You can’t have it all.

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Seven of Cups – Nine of Cups – Two of Swords

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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……………….……………………    Elements of this story are (1) what we want and what we enjoy, contentment or gratitude, in Nine of Cups; (2) all sorts of things, or being out of control, in Seven of Cups; (3) ‘no way’ or a negative modifier, in Two of Swords. At first I saw the ‘Stop the greed before it gets the best of you’ sides of these three Rider Waite Tarot cards; then I saw all the satisfaction in how things aren’t. The gist of our one-sentence readings is to enjoy what you do have, enjoy some of those things you have managed not to have, and to wish for a good overall life, whatever that entails, for yourself … as well as to wish that you don’t cross other people up.

……………………….. Seven of Cups is losing it, is too much stuff, is clutter and debris: Seven of Cups is a mess. That is its main application. It means to be in shock. The story here is the accidental release of gremlins. They are all over the place and the magician who messed up cannot control them. This story is both or either the Sorcerer’s Apprentice or Pandora’s Box. Seven of Cups is the chaos factor, the oops, confusion, and being overwhelmed. Seven of Cups is malware. Seven of Cups is organ collapse on a large scale.

  Seven of Cups also describes anything scattered or dispersed randomly: clutter, debris, pieces of something that fell apart or was destroyed, smoke or fog, spills (including major spills of oil, radiation or whatever). The cloud can also tell you about a storm, there.

………………………..   Nine of Cups is enjoying, is contentment, is having it all, or is having what you want. ‘Want’ is its most common translate. It is also excess, having too much, or greed. It translates some words you would not foresee, such as: glad; ‘that’s all I ask’; ‘that’s the way I like it – or what I like best is’; grateful; ‘everything is going great’; ‘the good life’ as well as ‘wanting it all.’ The concept is well-illustrated by the chubby fellow who apparently drank all ten of those big glasses behind him on the mantle. Think of the slogan ‘I can’t believe I ate the whole thing’ for Nine of Cups.

……………………….. Two of Swords reminds me of the railroad ‘No Crossing’ signs, and that is what it means: No way; stop; the end; can’t do; dead end. Very similar to the application of Death, and reminds you of Four of Cups and Eight of Swords (stuck, helpless) too. A woman in a slip and slippers is blindfolded and holds two heavy double-edged swords crossed in such a way they are balanced opposing one another. She obviously can’t use them. Her back is to a body of water as she sits on a stone bench on pavement, in the middle of the night. Two of Swords is a negative modifier, and it also means ‘can go no farther, dead end’ and ‘the end’ or ‘ends up.’

………..…………..  Seven of Cups and Nine of Cups   Seven of Cups and Nine of Cups are both too much stuff, but in very different ways. Seven of Cups is clutter or debris or a confusion of articles (like a messy filing system). Nine of Cups is just too much of something, including too much of a good thing.

x..  Together, Seven of Cups and Nine of Cups suggest greed gone awry or being overwhelmed by greed, or suggest getting carried away by imagination – but not with today’s Two of Swords nipping that in the bud. Today, with the parking brake on, these two in Tarot Verbatim™ are about being grateful for all sorts of things, or gratitude gone wild.

x..   Ordinarily, Seven of Cups and Nine of Cups would be about wanting to wreak havoc, destroy, confuse, get high, sabotage or get something or someone out of control or out of order. Ordinarily, left to their own devices, these two Rider Waite Tarot cards describe being happy about the gremlins’ work, in that illustration. Take a peek at the Two-Card Combinations section for these two cards; it’s a giggle! x..

………..…………..   Seven of Cups and Two of Swords   Seven of Cups and Two of Swords are an example of the ‘repair card’ operation. Most of Seven of Cups’ meanings are fairly scary (out of control, a mess, things broken and scattered, confusion, etc.) and Two of Swords puts a stop to them, blocks them, and says ‘not,’ so that Seven of Cups makes the sentence say: not out of control, isn’t a mess, wasn’t broken, not scattered, not confused.

x.. You can also encounter, in English at least, the double negative that makes a positive, as in ‘no uncontrollable’ of ‘No uncontrollable desire.’ Seven of Cups’ meanings include a loss of order, loss of control, etc., and Two of Swords can cancel that out – at least in English. I don’t know how this would work in languages in which two negatives just mean a negative. x..

……………………  Nine of Cups and Two of Swords  Nine of Cups and Two of Swords instantly suggest ‘not too much’ if you know a little Tarot. With interpretation being a two-way Tarot street, these two say both ‘I don’t want’ and ‘I want it to not’ – which are totally different. Being grateful something is not (whatever) belongs to this pair of cards. An invisible ‘if’ haunts this pair, as in ‘Enjoy it if it’s not,’ and the ‘if’ there can also be a ‘when.’ No other card need be present to open the door to the if or the when here. x..

We come to realize that, no, if I got one of every little thing I wanted, I would have no room in the house to move. We ruminate upon cleaning out our dream closets, our wish lists – paring them down to the size of what we actually can accommodate and use. While we’re at it, we take a look at the things we hoped would never happen that didn’t, which don’t take up any closet space, and we inventory them anyway. We inventory them for another closet, another list: a walk-in gratitude closet we promise to fill as we emptied the other.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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………..…………..   Seven of Cups and Nine of Cups   ALL THE THINGS WE DO WANT Being content __ madness. Gratitude _ demons. Want everything you have.** … your imagination: You do enjoy life. _ nasty surprises: That’s all I ask. So happy … the bullshit. I have everything I want.** There’s _ confusion about what we really want. What I like best: when __ is complicated. Just the way I like it: fine print. As long as things are in an uproar, enjoy them. I have a lot of stuff. I have a lot of stuff, and I like it like that. You’re crazy, your life really is good. You messed up: Yay for you. So glad it hit the fan. I want it all. I want clutter! I want to go to the trouble. I want things to get out of hand. _ more stuff – I have too much already. Grateful for all sorts of things I have. They are shocked when you want anything. I want to be a mixed-up as I am. I want delirium tremens! We want each and every thing we want. More than anything, I _ want to be ruined. I want to drive you totally crazy. I can get carried away about what I want: Letting that happen. Uncontrollable desire here! _ the greed before it overwhelms you. Fall apart just when everything is going right. So glad I _ that from making a mess of my life. So glad that made a mess of my life. So glad that made a mess of __ life. Out of control person _ me from a good life. Want every damned thing! You can have it all.** x..

………..………….. Seven of Cups and Two of Swords _ prevents madness. _ banishes demons. Everything you have, and no more. It’s not your imagination. No nasty surprises. I stopped the bullshit. … everything: No more! There’s no confusion. When nothing is complicated. No fine print. Aren’t in an uproar. I don’t have a lot of stuff. You’re not crazy. You didn’t mess up. It hasn’t hit the fan. … it all … to stop. I do not _ clutter. I don’t _ go to the trouble. I don’t _ things get out of hand. No more stuff. All sorts of things I don’t have. They are shocked when you don’t …. I didn’t … as mixed up as I am. Stop the delirium tremens. We don’t _ each and every thing. … nothing to be ruined. I don’t … drive you totally crazy. I can get carried away …: Not letting that happen. DON’T LET THIS GET TO YOU No uncontrollable …. Stop _ before it overwhelms you. Don’t you fall apart. I stopped that from making a mess of my life. Out-of-control person blocks me. Stop _ every damned thing. You can’t __ it all. x..

……………………   Nine of Cups and Two of Swords  Being content prevents _. Gratitude banishes _. Want _ you have and no more. It’s not …; you do enjoy life. No _: That’s all I ask. So happy I stopped …. I have everything I want. There’s no __ about what we really want. What I like best: when nothing …. What I like best: nothing. Just the way I like it: no …. As long as things are not __, enjoy them. I don’t have … and I like it like that. You’re not _; your life really is good. You didn’t __: Yay for you! So glad it hasn’t …. I want it to stop. GLAD NOT TO HAVE I do not want _.** I don’t want to …. I don’t want things to …. No more _, I have too much already. Grateful for what I don’t have. … when you don’t want _. I don’t want to be …. I really want to stop …. We don’t want …. I want nothing to be __. I don’t want to _ you …. …what I want: Not letting that happen. No desire here! Stop the greed. Don’t you __ just when everything is going all right! So glad I stopped that. Blocks me from a good life. Stop wanting.** You can’t have __. x..

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Seven of Cups ……… Seven of Cups is the reason for the risk management industry, for actuaries, and for the automatic skid control on vehicles. Seven of Cups is the chaos factor lurking in the Laws of Random Distribution. Seven of Cups is unintended consequences. Seven of Cups is ‘Oops!’ This is its main meaning, which arises directly from the release of troublemaking spirits out of Pandora’s Box, or from the ‘Oops!’ of the Sorcerer’s Apprentice that also released evil spirits. The veiled cup with the red energy halo over its contents represents the lone good spirit whose function it is to counterbalance the chaos. (Any volunteers?)

But Seven of Cups also represents imagination, being high, going wild, and anything in the spirit world except holy angels or Divinity. It represents being confused or not understanding something, or something not making sense or not adding up, that would make one go ‘Huh?”

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Nine of Cups …………. Nine of Cups appearing as the first Self card in a spread indicates that, whatever this is, it benefits the inquirer. Think Sinatra’s ‘I did it my way.’ There’s a ‘Your wish is granted’ function to this card that makes readers refer to it with those words. Yes, it has other meanings, but even when it just interprets ‘want’ or ‘wants’ there’s a whiff of positivity to it. Its other common meanings may as well be synonyms of ‘want,’ such words and phrases as: contentment; gratitude; enjoy; happy, satisfied; glad, desire, like or like best, the good life or life is good, everything is going great.

The shadow side of Nine of Cups is excess, greed, too much, and an ‘I’ve got mine’ attitude.

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Two of Swords …………. Two of Swords is one of the ‘No!’ Tarot cards, one of the negators in Tarot Verbatim™. It often means ‘can’t,’ seeing as how the gal in her nightshirt is blindfolded and balances two heavy double-edged swords so that there’s no way she could wield one. It means ‘blocked’ quite often too, since you see an ‘X’ in the illustration (the swords of course) and those swords do block one another. Another common meaning for this Tarot card is ‘the end’ or ‘ends up.’

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4 Comments

  1. Mary

    I had no idea the red halo represented the lone good spirit. It stuck out, and I always wondered what that was. Thanks.

    • Remember in Pandora’s box, the lid was shut in a hurry but they all escaped anyway, and there was a little voice that turned out to be the good spirit that was freed so it could deal with the others? That’s how that part of the story is depicted here.

  2. Kelly

    So darn true for me. “I like it best when it’s not complicated”.
    Remembering this about my true nature.

    Not wanting to suffer, or cause suffering. Thoughts around this very subject today.
    Coming to peacefulness after a term of travail. (of course some of the travail self inflicted)

    • I loved that ‘like it best when it’s uncomplicated’ when I found it there.
      ‘Suffer or cause suffering’ amounts to detachment, one of my favorite traits.

      It hurts the worse when you do it to yourself – true story!

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