Tarot Readings for You for March 6, 2015 Friday©

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GUIDANCE    Attitude is the difference between nightmare and adventure. We take a good look at people who have too much guts for their own good … except they are doing so well, you know? Risk can be its own reward to natural born destiny defiers. We also look at how well the offenders are doing, getting away with all our loot, and we just might have the nerve to open our big mouths about it. Whaddya say?

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Seven of Swords – Eight of Wands – Nine of Cups

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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: More Adventure (Seven of Swords and Eight of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Long Shots Pay Off (Seven of Swords and Nine of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Crime Does Too Pay (Seven of Swords and Nine of Cups)

Tarot Readings: I Say Anything I Want (Eight of Wands and Nine of Cups)

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Tarot Readings: More Adventure (Seven of Swords and Eight of Wands)

For a greater reward, we are more daring.

I want even more adventure in my life.

I get what I want every time I go out on a limb.

So glad you talked me into taking a chance.

I feel so good when we talk about our escapades.

The more guts you have, the better off you are.

How I have enjoyed all my smooth operators.

Every time I am reckless, I am enjoying life.

Pleasurable walks on the wild side.

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Tarot Readings: Long Shots Pay Off (Seven of Swords and Nine of Cups)

Take some risks to get everything you want.

Long shots often pay off well.

I enjoy taking chances.

Too much guts for my own good?

Talk about the risk and the benefit.

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Tarot Readings: Crime Does Too Pay (Seven of Swords and Nine of Cups)

Wants to talk about his crimes.

They want to be bad boys, so they talk like that.

The thieves get more and more greedy.

A lot of tricks got me where I am: fat and happy.

The rackets perpetually make good money.

Cutting corners to make more profit.

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Tarot Readings: I Say Anything I Want (Eight of Wands and Nine of Cups)

Publicizing their crimes is a reward in itself.

I want to tell everybody about your crimes.

The nerve to say anything you want.

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Seven of Swords – Eight of Wands – Nine of Cups

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………………………    Consider this a symphony of Seven of Swords. Seven of Swords is an ominous card usually. It has a few good meanings, though, and Nine of Cups’ meaning getting exactly what you want, along with Eight of Wands amplifying that as ‘every time’ or ‘more and more’ convert Seven of Swords into satisfying and profitable adventure. This is a special – today only!

…………………………..    Seven of Swords illustrates the unlikely caper of a fellow hotfooting it out of enemy camp with as many of their weapons as he can carry in his bare hands … blade down. We scatter some meanings around here, but they are all about a caper of one sort or another. Seven of Swords is usually betrayal, backstabbing, cheating as a violation of trust, self-destruction, thievery, crime, theft, revenge, black operations, criminals, mugging, assassination, and getting away with murder – figuratively or for real.

However, Seven of Swords lite is having the nerve, having the guts, pulling it off, sneaking away, adventure, daring, going out on a limb, being ‘on thin ice,’ living dangerously, taking a chance, escapades, shenanigans, guts, the smooth operator, reckless, wild side or walk on the wild side, risks, long shots, guts, bad boys, tricks, rackets, cutting corners.

Note all of these are exciting. Seven of Swords is an adrenalin card – like Page of Swords, who is pure adrenalin, idiopathic adrenalin (no known cause).

…………………………..    Eight of Wands – as is often the case – is an innocent bystander. It makes plurals of nearby cards, it means plural things like: tell everyone, all, all the others, one at a time, many, all, they, repeated, more and more, increasing, things and those thing, etc. Think of it as adding. Because it can also ad ‘er and ‘est and ‘ier, all of which indicate an increase to their root words.

Eight of Wands is also any kind of communication. It is one of those card that can mean say, tell, speak, news … and Eight of Wands specifically is written communication, so check it out for texting and emails, even. Don’t forget, it can refer to what you read or hear as well.

Eight of Wands also means quickly, fast, and any similar word.

Eight of Wands means repetitive, means one after the other, the next one, each time. It also means a list of things. The illustration suggests that.

Eight of Wands can combine the ‘say’ category with the ‘over and over’ category to refer to repeating something over and over, including chanting, affirmations, and someone who will not shut up.

…………………………..    Nine of Cups – we all like you. Every deck says ‘Your wish is granted’ for Nine of Cups. If Seven of Swords is the party pooper, Nine of Cups is the consummate party, the invincible party. Seldom is Nine of Cups negated. (Yes, it does happen, especially paired with Death to say ‘You don’t get it your way.’)

You take that safunsified look, that burp you can feel on the paper Tarot card, and apply the feeling to some language regarding the situation you inquire about. Nine of Cups is wanting something, wanting to be something, as well as having it. It is excess and greed, and also suggests ‘too much is enough.’ So you get phrases like these for Nine of Cups:

greater reward

want even more

so glad

I feel so good

the better off you are

how I have enjoyed

I am enjoying life

I enjoy

Pleasurable

pay off well

Too much for my own good?

benefit

wants to/wants to be

get more and more

get more and more greedy

fat and happy

make good money

more profit

anything I want

a reward in itself

anything you want

……….………….   Seven of Swords and Eight of Wands

MORE (Eight of Wands) ADVENTURE (Seven of Swords)

We (Eight of Wands) are more (Eight of Wands) daring (Seven of Swords).

Even more (Eight of Wands) adventure (Seven of Swords).

Every time (Eight of Wands) I go out on a limb (Seven of Swords).

You talked me into (Eight of Wands) taking a chance (Seven of Swords).

We talk about (Eight of Wands) our escapades (Seven of Swords).

The more (Eight of Wands) guts (Seven of Swords) you have ….

All (Eight of Wands) my smooth operators (Seven of Swords).

Every time (Eight of Wands) I am reckless (Seven of Swords).

Walk (Eight of Wands)s on the wild side (Seven of Swords).

Take some risk (Eight of Wands)s (Seven of Swords).

Long shot (Seven of Swords)s (Eight of Wands).

Taking chance (Seven of Swords)s (Eight of Wands).

much (Eight of Wands) gut (Seven of Swords)s (Eight of Wands).

Talk about (Eight of Wands) the risk (Seven of Swords).

Talk about his crime (Seven of Swords)s.

Talk (Eight of Wands) like bad boy (Seven of Swords)s.

The thieve (Seven of Swords)s (Eight of Wands) got more and more (Eight of Wands) _.

A lot of trick (Seven of Swords)s (Eight of Wands).

The rackets (Seven of Swords) perpetually (Eight of Wands) ….

Cutting corner (Eight of Wands)s (Seven of Swords) to make more (Eight of Wands).

Their (Eight of Wands) crime (Seven of Swords)s (Eight of Wands).

Your crime (Seven of Swords)s (Eight of Wands).

The nerve (Seven of Swords) to say (Eight of Wands) …. x..

……….………… Seven of Swords and Nine of Cups

_ daring (Seven of Swords) for a reward (Nine of Cups).

I want (Nine of Cups) adventure (Seven of Swords) in my life.

I get what I want (Nine of Cups) when I go out on a limb (Seven of Swords).

So glad (Nine of Cups) I took a chance (Seven of Swords).

I feel so good (Nine of Cups) when we _ our escapades (Seven of Swords).

guts (Seven of Swords) you have (Nine of Cups), the better off you are (Nine of Cups).

How I have enjoyed (Nine of Cups) my smooth operators (Seven of Swords).

I am reckless (Seven of Swords), I am enjoying life (Nine of Cups).

Pleasurable (Nine of Cups) wild side (Seven of Swords).

LONG SHOTS (Seven of Swords) PAY OFF (Nine of Cups)

Take a risk (Seven of Swords) to get everything you want (Nine of Cups).

Long shots (Seven of Swords) pay off well (Nine of Cups).

I enjoy (Nine of Cups) taking a chance (Seven of Swords).

__ guts (Seven of Swords) for my own good (Nine of Cups)?

The risk (Seven of Swords) and the benefit (Nine of Cups).

CRIME (Seven of Swords) DOES TOO PAY (Nine of Cups)

Wants to (Nine of Cups) _ about his crimes (Seven of Swords).

They want to be (Nine of Cups) bad boys (Seven of Swords).

The thieves (Seven of Swords) get greedy (Nine of Cups).

Tricks (Seven of Swords) got me where I am: fat and happy (Nine of Cups).

The rackets (Seven of Swords) make good money (Nine of Cups).

Cutting corners (Seven of Swords) to make profit (Nine of Cups).

_ their crimes (Seven of Swords) is a reward in itself (Nine of Cups).

I want to (Nine of Cups) … about your crime(s) (Seven of Swords).

The nerve (Seven of Swords) to _ anything you want (Nine of Cups). x..

……..…………    Eight of Wands and Nine of Cups

For a greater (Eight of Wands) reward (Nine of Cups) ….

I get what I want (Nine of Cups) every time (Eight of Wands).

So glad (Nine of Cups) you talked me into (Eight of Wands) ….

I feel so good (Nine of Cups) when we talk (Eight of Wands) ….

The better (Eight of Wands) off you are (Nine of Cups as ‘well off’).

The more (Eight of Wands) you have (Nine of Cups).

The more (Eight of Wands) you have (Nine of Cups), the better (Eight of Wands) off you are (Nine of Cups as ‘well off’).

How I have enjoyed (Nine of Cups) all my (Eight of Wands) ….

Every time (Eight of Wands) … I am enjoying life (Nine of Cups).

Pleasurable (Nine of Cups) __ (Eight of Wands)s.

Some (Eight of Wands) _ to get everything you want (Nine of Cups).

Often (Eight of Wands) pay off well (Nine of Cups).

I enjoy (Nine of Cups) taking (Nine of Cups) _ (Eight of Wands)s.

Too much (Eight of Wands) for my own good (Nine of Cups)?

Talk about (Eight of Wands) the benefit (Nine of Cups).

Wants to (Nine of Cups) talk about (Eight of Wands).

They want to be (Nine of Cups), so they talk like that (Eight of Wands).

Get more and more (Eight of Wands) greedy (Nine of Cups).

A lot of (Eight of Wands)_ got me where I am: fat and happy (Nine of Cups).

Perpetually (Eight of Wands) make good money (Nine of Cups).

Make more (Eight of Wands) profit (Nine of Cups).

I SAY (Eight of Wands) ANYTHING I WANT (Nine of Cups)

Publicizing (Eight of Wands) _ is a reward in itself (Nine of Cups).

I want (Nine of Cups) to tell (Eight of Wands) everybody (Eight of Wands).

Say (Eight of Wands) anything you want (Nine of Cups).

You can say (Eight of Wands) what you want about (Nine of Cups) …. x..

Risk to the left and benefit to the right, and in between is a lot of it, real fast. This spread manages to pull Seven of Swords’ teeth. Seven of Swords usually soils its spreads – but not today. Today it’s a relative lightweight. Today, the story is that adventure is gratifying, that crime does pay, long shots do pay, and that you can say anything you have the nerve and the guts to say.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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……….………….     Seven of Swords and Eight of Wands MORE ADVENTURE We are more daring. Even more adventure. Every time I go out on a limb. You talked me into taking a chance.** We talk about our escapades.** The more guts you have …. All my smooth operators. Every time I am reckless. Walks on the wild side. Take some risks. ** Long shots.** Taking chances.** Too much guts. Talk about the risk. Talk about his crimes. Talk like bad boys. The thieves got more and more _. A lot of tricks. The rackets perpetually …. Cutting corners to make more. Their crimes. Your crimes. The nerve to say …. x..

……….…………   Seven of Swords and Nine of Cups For a return or reward …. I want adventure in my life. I get what I want when I go out on a limb. So glad I took a chance. I feel so good when we _ our escapades. … guts you have, the better off you are. How I have enjoyed my smooth operators. … I am reckless, I am enjoying life. Pleasurable wild side. LONG SHOTS PAY OFF Take a risk to get everything you want. Long shots pay off well. I enjoy taking a chance. __ guts for my own good? The risk and the benefit. CRIME DOES TOO PAY Wants to _ about his crimes. They want to be bad boys. The thieves get greedy. Tricks got me where I am: fat and happy. The rackets make good money. Cutting corners to make profit. _ their crimes is a reward in itself. I want to … about your crimes. The nerve to _ anything you want. x..

……..…………    Eight of Wands and Nine of Cups For a greater reward …. I get what I want every time.*** So glad you talked me into …. I feel so good when we talk …. The better off you are. The more you have. The more you have, the better off you are. How I have enjoyed all my …. Every time … I am enjoying life. Pleasurable __s. Some _ to get everything you want. Often pay off well. I enjoy taking _s. Too much for my own good? Talk about the benefit. Wants to talk about. They want to be, so they talk like that. Get more and more greedy. A lot of _ got me where I am: fat and happy. Perpetually make good money.** Make more profit. I SAY ANYTHING I WANT Publicizing _ is a reward in itself. I want to tell everybody.*** Say anything you want.*** You can say what you want about …. x..

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Seven of Swords  ……….. You got Seven of Swords, you got drama – some kind of excitement. ‘Most all its meanings have an adrenalin rush on the side. Since Learn Tarot by Observing’s description of his meanings are not just for this spread, but are general, I will quote it in full here: “Seven of Swords illustrates the unlikely caper of a fellow hotfooting it out of enemy camp with as many of their weapons as he can carry in his bare hands … blade down. We scatter some meanings around here, but they are all about a caper of one sort or another. Seven of Swords is usually betrayal, backstabbing, cheating as a violation of trust, self-destruction, thievery, crime, theft, revenge, black operations, criminals, mugging, assassination, and getting away with murder – figuratively or for real.

However, Seven of Swords lite is having the nerve, having the guts, pulling it off, sneaking away, adventure, daring, going out on a limb, being ‘on thin ice,’ living dangerously, taking a chance, escapades, shenanigans, guts, the smooth operator, reckless, wild side or walk on the wild side, risks, long shots, guts, bad boys, tricks, rackets, cutting corners.”

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Eight of Wands …………. Eight of Wands is sort of a tool of the Tarot deck. Its very own meanings are: communication, quickly, repetitive, increasingly, and a list of things. It often means ‘things’ because it goes around making other cards plural. Per its ‘increasing’ trunk of meanings, it also goes around making other cards say ‘more’ by adding: ‘er; ‘ier’; ‘-est’; and ‘-iest. Sometimes that’s all it does. That’s what makes it a tool of the Tarot deck – my private title for it.

When it combines its ‘talk/say/speak/’ category of meanings with its ‘more’ or ‘increasing’ category of meanings, you get ‘talk too much,’ said too much,’ and other such phrases.

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Nine of Cups …………. It’s a relief to see Nine of Cups in your spread for two reasons: Its meaning is clear and simple – and dominant; and it’s about getting what you want. Nine of Cups sometimes translates only the ‘want’ part, but even then there’s an implication that all will be (or is) well. You are content when you are in Nine of Cups territory: You have enough, you have plenty – and you might even have too much, because Nine of Cups can cross over to being excess, greed, and having eaten or drunk or consumed too much. It means ‘glad’ and ‘enjoying’ and ‘feeling mighty good,’ safunsified.

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  1. Finally at day’s end the meaning for me is completely unveiled “I say anything I want” is all about this next true crime story I’ll be writing about, the story I know everything about but have been waiting for the right time to begin and to disseminate with right intent. I’ve been asking about the next steps and they’ve unfolded today. Just had to share the revelation, thanks again!

  2. Seven of swords lite, lol, another great read(ing) that resonates for me on a few different levels.

    • I can tell you do Tarot seriously. And I am tailoring this site to that purpose. More and more ‘research’ material.
      This one is more than 3,000 words. The way it’s categorized, I think it’s not overwhelming in spite of that. It’s presented so you can skip the parts that don’t apply to your use.
      I appreciate your comments. Can you tell me how you view the place where I copy the sentences and identify which card applies to which phrases? It’s easier to do it that way for me, and it’s more intuitive, I feel, for the reader. Instead of me SAYING the applications, they are all there for you to get a feeling for them.
      Am I right?
      Emily

      • Yes, that’s how it’s working for me, Emily. What I quite often do is pull the cards you’ve drawn from my deck noting in which order they pop up for me as I work through the stack because sometimes that seems to point to where the emphasis should be for me and on which particular card. The separate sections of individual and paired cards feel less overwhelming than looking at the entirety of the draw as a whole. Just a more organic experience that encourages intuition. Before I started with your site I was efforting too much in my interpretations, continually debating which spreads to use and doing too much diagramming. I learned academics but lost meaning because of focusing in the mechanics of getting it “right.” Again and again on your site, as evidenced today, I am able to pick up a thread and follow it to a place of knowing. The way you write and work really clicks for me and has accelerated my appreciation for the art and science of tarot as well as my understanding, although I still have much to learn and mostly continue to simply practice on myself. The way you put these posts together is terrific and speaking as a writer and editor I relish the way you communicate with precision and flow. I also like your earthiness, humor and word use. Happy to provide feedback at any time and grateful for your gifts.

        • Beautiful. I follow what you say.
          In a few days, when you have encountered it a few times, tell me what you think of, and how you use, the part of Learn Tarot By Observing that copies the whole sentence and puts the cards in tiny print that supply that language. It seems to me this would be very intuitive as you read the same meanings, in different words, for each card. Today, that’s done with two cards three times over. Tomorrow, that is done once, using the whole sentence. Seems to me that would be an improvement. What say you. (It’s a hell of a lot easier for me!)

  3. Kelly

    This is about work and it’s pretty much right on.
    “The thieves get more and more greedy”.

    And I’m no tattle tale, but I am thinking about filling in a few details for the higher ups.

    • Sooo good to know these messages resonate and find their place in the lives of visitors here. (Hey more of y’all are welcome to contribute here.)
      Good to hear from you again.
      Emily

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