Tarot Readings for You for April 25, 2015 Saturday©

Apr 24, 2015 by

GUIDANCE        Reminding ourselves here that a spoonful of sugar gets things done the easier, or easiest, way. If your project requires that you be the dictator, be assertive as the benevolent dictator. If you want to be loved, find out what will make that person love you, and do that. If you do things you enjoy the most, you will enjoy at least part of your life. Things you must do: To be good, you must do good; to have good health or to be healed, do things that bring that about. Today we have recipes for action.

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING 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. All the words of each Tarot card reading you see here are a phrase-by-phrase translation of the scene pictured on those cards: no filler, no psychic impressions, no spirit guide. Word-for-word Tarot Verbatim™.

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Ace of Swords – Magician – Ace of Cups

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Making Love Happen (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Do What You Enjoy (Magician and Ace of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Force Yourself to (Ace of Swords and Magician)

Tarot Readings: Benevolent Dictator: (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Making Good Health (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

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Tarot Readings: Making Love Happen (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

You make him be loving, so he loves you.

Got to make love.

He will do whatever makes you love him.

Unconditional love takes initiative.

We love a doer and a winner.

He has to take initiative to love, then you go along with it.

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Tarot Readings: Do What You Enjoy (Magician and Ace of Cups)

Do what you love the most.

Do things the easiest way.

I enjoy doing what is challenging.

Do it because you have to, or do it because you love to.

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Tarot Readings: Force Yourself to (Ace of Swords and Magician)

Forcing myself to cooperate.

Making myself do what’s best for me.

Make yourself unwind.

To be good, you must do good.

You can do it the easy way or the hard way.

My ultimatum to myself: Get things done by being agreeable.

Whatever I do has to benefit and not harm.

Relaxing is a must when you do a particular thing.

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Tarot Readings: Benevolent Dictator: (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Acts like a benevolent dictator.

Agreement is vital to accomplishing it.

Be assertive in a loving way: You can do that.

He’s got to be warm and fuzzy to accomplish his purpose.

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Tarot Readings: Making Good Health (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Good health, that’s the number one thing to bring about.

There’s one big thing you must do to be healed.

Things I have to do to be healthy.

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Now, Part Two,

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* Then you go to the bottom, LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES for single card meanings, and

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*Then you read LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVINGA picture of each card is there, with what it says today as it gets along with its companion cards.

*Then you read HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS – resonates with your subconscious awareness! for language created by each pair of Rider Waite Tarot cards, in Tarot Verbatim™. Now you are done, if you chose to do it all.

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Ace of Swords – Magician – Ace of Cups

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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……….……. .….  Ace of Swords is the hard way; Ace of Cups is the easy way. Ace of Swords is an ultimatum, is the dictator; Ace of Cups is agreement and cooperation. Together, though, they say: unconditional love. Both Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups mean ‘the best’ in their different ways. In the midst of them, we have taking action, doing, getting it done: Magician. You make people do by getting them to agree. Do what makes them love you. Cooperation is necessary to get things done. That’s today’s ruminations.

………………….  Ace of Swords is one of the simple cards. An upright double-edged sword is obviously about force. A crown atop said sword is having authority. Laurel leaves atop said crown is victory. Ace of Swords is uncompromising order, uncompromising orders. By force, by golly. Having the authority to give orders – and achieving results – the victory represented by the laurel leaves. Ace of Swords means ‘the most,’ and this is expressed by suffixes: est, iest. Any word that expresses an ultimate state can belong to Ace of Swords: the cat’s meow, you know!

…………………..  Magician is getting it done, doing it, being the one to do it, making it happen, taking initiative, being male – pronouns like he, him, himself, and even ‘I’ and ‘myself’ – as in ‘Do It Yourself.’ Magician is about willpower (see Chariot for that, too, who also gets things done: These guys are related). Magician is about having a purpose, and accomplishing it in the real physical world – including accessing unseen influences as resources to accomplish that purpose.

Magician’s illustration shows a man (Magician is the male principle, as the ‘1.’) with a wand in his right hand pointed skyward, and his left hand pointed ground-ward, which suggests he is connecting nonphysical influences to what’s happening ‘in the real world.’ He is being the connection.

The tools on Magician’s table are the suits of Tarot: wand, cup, sword and pentacle. He has the ‘eternity sign’ as a halo over his head.

…………………..   Ace of Cups is about the most complex card in the Rider Waite deck. Like most of the cards put into this deck in European Middle Ages, its illustration bears some explanation and doesn’t directly apply, mostly. As in Magician, again we have the idea of nonphysical influence in human experience. Ace of Cups shows strictly divine influence: Its main message is Holy Spirit gets into human mass consciousness through influencing the senses of the human body. Symbols of this card are Roman Catholic. (Why? – because that was the powers-that-be then, and adherents of Tarot could be killed as witches by that churchly political entity.)

Meanings that grow out of this seem unrelated. Ace of Cups says ‘Go with the flow.’ Ace of Cups is ‘good’ in all its ramifications, including love, good health, agreement, cooperation, benefit, no harm, ease and easy and easily, peace, God and Holy Spirit, innocence, getting along, being calm, acceptance and being accepted, being relaxed, and all things warm and fuzzy.

Make yourself deal with other people gently: It’s a shortcut to their cooperating with what is important to you. If people see you as warm and fuzzy, or as being agreeable with them and their perspectives, well, they will be impelled to fit themselves into your perspectives when you call upon them. At first, you force yourself (gritting your teeth) to present your projects this way, but it grows on you and you get into the habit of going with the flow … no longer having to grit those teeth as you court your public.

 

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Now we show where each of the phrases in each of the sentences comes from:

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Tarot Readings: Making Love Happen (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

You make Ace of Swords him Magician be loving Ace of Cups, so he Magician loves you Ace of Cups.

Got to Ace of Swords make Magician love Ace of Cups.

He will do whatever Magician makes you Ace of Swords love him Ace of Cups.

Unconditional Ace of Swords love Ace of Cups takes initiative Magician.

We love Ace of Cups a doer Magician and a winner Ace of Swords.

He has to Ace of Swords take initiative Magician to love Ace of Cups, then you go along with it Ace of Cups.

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Tarot Readings: Do What You Enjoy (Magician and Ace of Cups)

Do Magician what you love Ace of Cups the most Ace of Swords.

Do things Magician the easiest Ace of Swords way. Ace of Swords is ‘iest’ as ‘the most’; Ace of Cups is ‘easy way.’

I enjoy Ace of Cups doing Magician what is challenging Ace of Swords.

Do it Magician because you have to Ace of Swords, or do it Magician because you love to Ace of Cups.

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Tarot Readings: Force Yourself to (Ace of Swords and Magician)

Forcing Ace of Swords myself Magician to cooperate Ace of Cups.

Making Ace of Swords myself do Magician what’s best Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups both mean ‘the best.’ for me.

Make Ace of Swords yourself Magician unwind Ace of Cups.

To be good Ace of Cups, you must Ace of Swords do Magician good Ace of Cups.

You can do it Magician the easy way Ace of Cups or the hard way Ace of Swords.

My ultimatum Ace of Swords to myself Magician: Get things done Magician by being agreeable Ace of Cups.

Whatever I do Magician has to Ace of Swords benefit Ace of Cups and not harm Ace of Cups.

Relaxing Ace of Cups is a must Ace of Swords when you do Magician a particular thing.

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Tarot Readings: Benevolent Dictator: (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Acts like Magician a benevolent Ace of Cups dictator Ace of Swords.

Agreement Ace of Cups is vital Ace of Swords to accomplishing it Magician.

Be assertive Ace of Swords in a loving way Ace of Cups: You can do that Magician.

He’s got to Ace of Swords be warm and fuzzy Ace of Cups to accomplish his purpose Magician.

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Tarot Readings: Making Good Health (Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups)

Good health Ace of Cups, that’s the number one thing Ace of Swords to bring about Magician.

There’s one big thing Ace of Swords you must Ace of Swords do Magician to be healed Ace of Cups.

Things I have to Ace of Swords do Magician to be healthy Ace of Cups.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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…………….………     Ace of Swords and Magician You make him, so he (does). Got to make …. He will do whatever makes you …. Unconditional _ takes initiative. Do the most. Do what you _ the most. Do things the __iest way. Doing what is challenging. Do it because you have to. Force Yourself to Forcing myself to. Making myself do. Make yourself ). You must do ). You can do it the hard way. My ultimatum to myself: Get things done. Whatever I do has to …. _ is a must when you do a particular thing. Acts like a dictator. _ is vital to accomplishing it. Be assertive: You can do that. He’s got to be _ to accomplish his purpose. That’s the number one thing to bring about. There’s one big thing you must do. Things I have to do. x..

…………….………..  Ace of Swords and Ace of Cups Making Love Happen You make _ be loving, so _ loves you. Make love. Whatever makes you love _. Unconditional love. We love a winner.*** He has to … to love, then you go along with it. What you love the most. The easiest way. I enjoy what is challenging. Because you have to, or because you love to. Forcing _ to cooperate. Making myself _ what’s best. Make _ unwind. To be good, you must …. The easy way or the hard way.*** My ultimatum: … being agreeable. Has to benefit and not harm.*** Relaxing is a must.** Benevolent dictator _ a benevolent dictator. Agreement is vital. Be assertive in a loving way. Got to be warm and fuzzy. Making Good Health Good health, that’s the number one thing. There’s one big thing: to be healed. … have to do, to be healthy. x..

……………….      Magician and Ace of Cups Be loving, so he loves you. Make love. He will do whatever … you love him. Love takes initiative. We love a doer. He takes initiative to love. He takes initiative to love, then you go along with it. Do What You Enjoy Do what you love. Do things the easy way. I enjoy doing …. Do it because you love to. _ myself to cooperate. Do what’s best for me. _ yourself unwind. To be good, do good.*** You can do it the easy way. Get things done by being agreeable. Whatever I do benefits and doesn’t harm. Relaxing when you do a particular thing. Acts like a benevolent _. Agreement is _ to accomplishing it. Be assertive in a loving way. Be warm and fuzzy to accomplish his purpose. Good health … to bring about. … you do, to be healed. To do, to be healthy. x.

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Ace of Swords………Ace of Swords is as transparent as Ace of Cups is dense when it comes to connecting meanings to pictures. Ace of Swords is obviously what has to be. With Magician next to it, Ace of Swords is what has to be done, or what you have to do. You see not only a naked sword brandished, but it is crowned, and the crown wears laurel leaves of victory. So Ace of Swords is winning and success and authority. Ace of Swords is imperative – is the ultimate power. It even can read ‘almighty.’ (Gee, next to Ace of Cups, you have ‘almighty God,’ but I’ve yet to see that phrase apply.) What does appear for Ace of Swords and Magician is ‘make myself.’

Magician.………….Magician’s applications are easy and simple, but the illustration isn’t a direct expression of them. Most of Magician’s words and phrases are about action. That is because esoterically, as the ‘1,’ Magician represents the male principle of action (as High Priestess represents the female principle of receptivity and knowing). But the action is there if you notice that Magician’s right hand has a wand raised skyward like a lightning rod, and a left hand pointing earthward as the grounding of the energy from above.

Magician is bringing about what he wills (Definition of magic, from magic itself, is ‘will.’) by accessing unseen influences and applying them, through himself, to a real-world project. Focus all available resources and influences on what you are doing, this Rider Waite card says. Note that Magician means ‘make’ in both its most common ways: to force, or to create – to make myself do it, or to make love.

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Ace of Cups……….Ace of Cups shows flows from a fountain into a body of water which supports life (the blooming lily pads). The flows from the fountain represent the five senses of humans, or the five ‘bodily humors’ from Middle Ages thought. The body of water is mass consciousness. So the human senses are flowing into mass consciousness. That’s humans making a mass consciousness. Above are symbols of Holy Spirit – the dove – and of holy communion – the wafer. So the idea is God influences human consciousness spiritually through a human’s physical senses.

This concept is what relates all the seemingly disparate meanings of this Ace of Cups card. It means love (all kinds of ways, including ‘warm-fuzzy’); it means good (every which way) and good health; it means to agree, to go with the flow, to cooperate, getting along, accepting and being accepted. It means being relaxed, and the easy way, easygoing, ease, being calm. It means ‘benefit without harm,’ as well as ‘benefit’ and ‘no harm’ or ‘not harm.’

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  1. Kelly

    A good reminder for this tough girl.

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