Tarot Readings for You for February 7, 2015 Saturday©

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GUIDANCE   We compare and contrast the past to the present day, and we compare and contrast who we were then with who we are now. We do this both favorably and unfavorably, cautioning ourselves not to be too forthright about the whole thing. This is the backwash where nostalgia meets the twenty-twenty vision of hindsight.

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Six of Cups – Page of Wands – Six of Swords

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: My Best Self From Now On (Page of Wands and Six of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Leaving Home (Six of Cups and Six of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Talking About the Old Days (Six of Cups and Page of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Not the Person I Was (Six of Cups and Six of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Miscellaneous

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Tarot Readings: My Best Self From Now On (Page of Wands and Six of Swords)

Sweet loving talk from now on.

Not the nice little boy anymore; he is the nice young man.

This is me being my best self from now on, being so old-fashioned.

I put my childhood background behind, and look who I am now.

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Tarot Readings: Leaving Home (Six of Cups and Six of Swords)

He left home very young to seek his fortune.

He leaves the children behind and is a bachelor.

Kids move away from this home town to be somebody.

I am at home here, and I’m leaving it.

Leaving for his home overseas.

He is proud to move to a safe neighborhood for the children.

I said I was leaving a long time ago.

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Tarot Readings: Talking About the Old Days (Six of Cups and Page of Wands)

Talking about the good old days that could have been.

He tells about his youth, how the future is going to be better.

Nostalgic discussion about how things aren’t the way they were anymore.

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Tarot Readings: Not the Person I Was (Six of Cups and Six of Swords)

I avoid saying things I used to.

I’m not as outspoken as I used to be.

I am not the person I used to be.

I am not as honest as I was back then.

Just avoid talking about the past.

I am not the young good-looking guy I was years ago.

I am not that naive nice person anymore.

Left a bad scene a long time ago to be a respectable fellow.

I stand up for myself; I’m not a kid anymore.

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Tarot Readings: Miscellaneous

Don’t flirt with the young ones anymore.

Avoid being honest or forthright about your past.

Recovering from childhood and being myself.

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Six of Cups – Page of Wands – Six of Swords

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……………….……………………   In the middle is identity: who we are, now, Page of Wands, the good outspoken upfront fellow. To his left is the sweet past, Six of Cups. To his right is the regrettable past we are leaving, Six of Swords. Our stories are all about the past and how it relates to what will be – all sorts of scenarios. We are probably re-living the past in the light of heading on out in a different direction.

………………………..   Six of Cups is the past (of whatever kind), the good old days, old friends and old lovers, exchanges and gifts, tender scenes in romance, children and childhood, and home … home-sweet-home home, and the home you grew up in. You see well-cared-for children in front of a residence, and the boy is giving the girl a pot of flowers. They are both well-dressed and all is well with them. They are good people living a good life.

………………………..   Page of Wands is who you are now, and is talking, being proud and taking a stand for what you believe and feel. As a person, he is young and handsome, well-dressed and well-spoken, making the best impression he can as he is starting out in life. He means ‘talk’ and its synonyms. This card also means identity: a type of person. He can be ‘cute boy’ young girls crow about. He can be stylish, even a metrosexual sort of fellow. He is good people – the fellow we all like.

..………………………   .Six of Swords has its spectrum of meanings around leaving. The main thing to watch for here is that it can mean both ‘from now on’ and ‘anymore,’ which in use are often contradictory. It depends on which end of its action you are viewing it from: whether the leaving part or the going to part. It is usually leaving and putting the past behind – which dovetails with Six of Cups being the past. It can often mean avoid or evade, bypass, not anymore, from now on, isn’t as bad as it was, phasing out or drifting into, getting out from under, recovering from, getting on or moving on with life, going overseas, being on your way, moving, slipping away from or leaving a scene, used to (which also dovetails with Six of Cups meaning the same thing), waning, travel (especially over water of any sort or size), and quite a few other such phrases. There’s a mood to Six of Swords of hope … things are definitely going to be better … and numb despair over a loss, including ‘the departed’ – the loss of a dear one who has died. It is getting out of something and into something else, moving forward. Yes, one of its meanings is to depart – as on a cruise ship.

……….………….   Six of Cups and Page of Wands   Six of Cups and Page of Wands are both good people, so they can be interchangeable for that meaning they have in common. Six of Cups has attachments to other meanings like children and the past; Page of Wands has attachments to other meanings like speaking up and being attractive. Both these cards are young too.

Six of Cups is childhood and children, and Page of Wands is identity – who I am (or who I was, if the whole thing is past tense). Sentences about this are:

The nice little boy is a nice young man.

My childhood background – and look who I am now.

He is proud to _ a safe neighborhood for the children.

I stand up for myself … a kid ….

from childhood and being myself.

Six of Cups and Page of Wands are talking about (Page of Wands) the good old days or the past (Six of Cups). This is the language produced by this pair’s ‘talk about the past’ category:

I said … a long time ago.

Talking about the good old days.

He tells about his youth ….

Nostalgic discussion.

saying things I used to.

I am … as I used to be.

I am the person I used to be.

I am as honest as I was back then.

Talking about the past

Page of Wands is the respectable honest fellow everyone likes, is being your best self, is the young and good-look guy or the naive nice person; Six of Cups is also young, naive, sweet and nice. Here are the sentences and phrases for this part of these two cards’ meanings:

Sweet loving talk.

This is me being my best self, being so old-fashioned.

The young good-looking guy I was years ago.

That naive nice person.

a scene a long time ago, to be a respectable fellow.

Being honest and forthright about your past.

Lastly, we have his home, and he is at home here: in Page of Wands – the fellow, him – and Six of Cups, home. We also have Page of Wands as ‘flirt’ and Six of Cups as ‘with the young ones.’ x..

……….…………  Six of Cups and Six of Swords   The first thing you see when you look at this is leaving the child or childhood behind, or leaving a comfortable home, which could simply be your commute, nothing important, and could be gut-wrenching. Watch the two meanings for Six of Swords get in our way here: ‘from now on’ and ‘not anymore.’

Speaking of ‘from now on,’ these two sentences make use of it:

Sweet loving _ from now on.

…being old-fashioned from now on.

And speaking of ‘anymore,’ these sentences make use of it:

Not the nice little boy anymore.

I put my childhood background behind.

I’m not a kid anymore.

the young ones anymore.

Recovering from childhood

And now for Six of Swords’ main application, leaving. Combined with Six of Cups, which is, here, ‘very young’ and ‘the children’ and ‘this home town’ and, doubly dipped, ‘safe neighborhood for the children.’ ‘Moving to’ is of course actually leaving.

LEAVING HOME

He left home very young.

He leaves the children behind.

Kids move away from this home town.

Move to a safe neighborhood for the children.

at home here, and am leaving it.

Leaving for home overseas.

I was leaving a long time ago.

And now we go into the past, which both cards here reference, and to ‘the good old days’ versus the future … including the future that would have been:

youth, how the future is going to be better.

Nostalgic about how things aren’t the way they were anymore.

The good old days that could have been.

And now we speak of leaving the past, and the person you were then, behind. Page of Wands influences this some, as to the nice person, but, see, Six of Cups is also the nice person. Here are the sentences for that:

NOT THE PERSON I WAS

I avoid things I used to _.

Not as _ as I used to be.

Not the _ I used to be.

Not as _ as I was back then.

Not the _ I was years ago.

Not that naive nice person anymore.

Left a _ scene a long time ago.

Avoid the past.

Avoid … about your past. x..

 

…….…………     Page of Wands and Six of Swords   Page of Wands and Six of Swords Page of Wands is you at your best, or anyone else at his or her best; and it is also about talking and talking up. Six of Swords is leaving something behind and saying ‘From now on ….’ Here are those sentences:

MY BEST SELF FROM NOW ON

talk from now on.

This is me being my best self from now on.

I put _ behind, and look who I am now.

He tells how the future is going to be better.

Six of Swords is not anymore, just put any card in there, and that is what Six of Swords ISN’T anymore … or look carefully: It could be that card is what it IS, and some other card is what it isn’t being anymore. See where Page of Wands and Six of Swords say he IS the nice young man and isn’t SOME OTHER CARD anymore:

‘Not … anymore; he is the nice young man.’

‘I stand up for myself; I am not a _ anymore.’

But the rest of these sentences put the ‘not anymore’ directly onto Page of Wands’ meanings:

Discussion about how things aren’t the way they were anymore.

I am not that nice person anymore.

Don’t flirt anymore.

The main meaning of Six of Swords is leaving, and it sometimes means only that – none of the rest of its baggage. Poke around, ask yourself, and see which it is.

He left home to seek his fortune.

He leaves _ behind and is a bachelor.

I am … and I’m leaving (it).

Leaving for overseas.

_ move away to be somebody.

Left … to be a respectable fellow.

I said I was leaving.

He is proud to move to ….

Six of Swords’ ‘moving away from’ can be moving away from being something-or-another rather than moving away from a location. ‘Avoid’ is a synonym for the phrase, as you can see from these sentences about NOT being the characteristics of Page of Wands (saying and talking and outspoken; honest; being a type of person; good-looking):

avoid saying things.

Avoid being honest or forthright.

Just avoid talking about _.

I am not as outspoken.

I am not the person I used to be.

I am not as honest as I was.

I am not the good-looking boy.

Page of Wands means talk, as we know by now. Applying the meanings of Six of Swords about leaving hopes behind and having to move away – and one of those meanings is the ‘recovery’ and ‘Rehab’ set – we get these last two sentences:

Talking about … that could have been.

Recovering and being myself. x..

Transitions in identity occur as we live and move. We aren’t the same person we were some time back, and we aren’t the same person we were from one city or country to another … heck, we aren’t the same person with different people we know, and some of us have more flex to our identity than others. That’s our topic today: the changes, the phases, the spectrums to our selves. I once knew a woman who referred to her ex’s as her past lives!

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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……….………….   Six of Cups and Page of Wands   Sweet loving talk. The nice little boy is a nice young man. This is me being my best self, being so old-fashioned. My childhood background – and look who I am now. He … home very young. He _ the children and is a bachelor. Kids … to be somebody. I am at home here. … his home. He is proud to _ a safe neighborhood for the children. I said … a long time ago. TALKING ABOUT THE OLD DAYS Talking about the good old days. He tells about his youth …. Nostalgic discussion. … saying things I used to. I am … as I used to be. I am the person I used to be. I am as honest as I was back then. Talking about the past. The young good-looking guy I was years ago. That naive nice person. … a scene a long time ago, to be a respectable fellow. I stand up for myself … a kid …. Flirt with the young ones. Being honest and forthright about your past. … from childhood and being myself. x..

……….…………  Six of Cups and Six of Swords   Sweet loving _ from now on. Not the nice little boy anymore. …being old-fashioned from now on. I put my childhood background behind. LEAVING HOME He left home very young. He leaves the children behind. Kids move away from this home town. … at home here, and am leaving it. Leaving for home overseas. Move to a safe neighborhood for the children. I was leaving a long time ago. The good old days that could have been. … youth, how the future is going to be better. Nostalgic about how things aren’t the way they were anymore. NOT THE PERSON I WAS I avoid things I used to _. Not as _ as I used to be. Not the _ I used to be. Not as _ as I was back then. Avoid the past. Not the _ I was years ago. Not that naive nice person anymore. Left a _ scene a long time ago. I’m not a kid anymore.*** … the young ones anymore. Avoid … about your past. Recovering from childhood. x..

……..…………  Page of Wands and Six of Swords   MY BEST SELF FROM NOW ON … talk from now on. Not … anymore; he is the nice young man. This is me being my best self from now on. I put _ behind, and look who I am now. He left home to seek his fortune. He leaves _ behind and is a bachelor. _ move away to be somebody. I am … and I’m leaving (it). Leaving for overseas. He is proud to move to …. I said I was leaving.*** Talking about … that could have been. He tells how the future is going to be better. Discussion about how things aren’t the way they were anymore. I avoid saying things. I am not as outspoken. I am not the person I used to be. I am not as honest as I was. Just avoid talking about _. I am not the good-looking boy. I am not that nice person anymore. Left … to be a respectable fellow. I stand up for myself; I am not a _ anymore. Don’t flirt anymore. Avoid being honest or forthright. Recovering and being myself. x..

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Six of Cups ……….. Six of Cups shows us a boy child giving a girl child flowers, and the artwork is very kitsch, very sentimental and even cloying. This is about childhood, romance, nostalgia for the past, friends and lovers from the past, or old friends or old lovers. Sweet memories or sweet tender loving moments of the now. Six of Cups is trust. The gift you see happening in this card sometimes is bequeathed by the departed – often the parent, since the Six of Cups kids are considered siblings. Six of Cups means innocence, including legal ‘not guilty’ innocence. Six of Cups is home – the cozy cottage, the comfortable home life with someone you can trust. Oh, the good old days. Six of Swords makes it ‘getting over my childhood,’ though! Six of Cups is all of this and more. Six of Cups often means ‘used to’ and Six of Swords also involves ‘used to be.’

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Page of Wands …………. Page of Wands is Prince Charming and Every Mother’s Son. In the days before political correctness, Page of Wands was ‘the fair haired boy,’ which had nothing to do with color of hair or age. It simply meant the good image a person had. Prince of Wands is the flirt, the cute or handsome fellow, the spokesperson and the consummate salesman because (like Knight of Cups) we all like the dude.

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Six of Swords ………….Six of Swords says ‘There will be better days.’ That is an upbeat outlook. The mood of this card … and it is a moody one … is blue, though. Water under the bridge. It can be the aftermath of someone’s death … getting on with life. It can be leaving the scene of a disaster or loss. The mother and son here are leaving like refugees at dawn or dusk, paddled away in a crude open craft by a friend, you and your kid without a suitcase to you name. Six of Swords is moving forward, recovering. It is sometimes Rehab. Sometimes it is just one of the ‘relocating’ cards, along with Knight of Wands.

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  1. mary

    Because of this reading, I walked through my history. Seeing what’s wrong with Mr. Jerk and how I feel about Mr. Angel, I see I have a bit of that too — an allergy to being treated well, and an inability to accept help and gifts from men.

    I don’t want to be like Mr. Jerk. I don’t want a guy right now. But I need to reprogram myself. If somebody is good to me, I should accept and appreciate it. Not question their motives. Mr Angel thinks I’m a single mom struggling to make ends meet. That is what I was six years ago. He wants to bring groceries. I told him, “That’s okay, honey, we have enough. Save your money.” I feel like a fraud. What else can I say?

    I don’t want Mr. Angel. I don’t want to hurt him either. Good rooster he may be, but I’m not ready for one.

    Even if everything I think I want comes to my door, I will push it away if I’m not ready.

    • Hmmm. We should be ready for what we want, ya think? Angel Rooster sounds like a good friend to keep, and, should the occasion arise when he is sans Girl and you are ready, well ….
      Yes, you should have graciously accepted groceries, made him a dish, a quick one if necessary, and told him you are better off now.

  2. Lol, initiated – not intimated 🙂 Auto correct or Freudian slip?

  3. Ringing SO true once again, in the olden-day dreams I walked through last night followed by an attic-cleaning project intimated by my husband this morning.

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