Tarot Readings for You for September 18, 2015 Friday©

Sep 17, 2015 by

GUIDANCE     It’s one of those days where everything turns into something else, people don’t show up, people leave unexpectedly, whatever is happening almost happens instead, and things that almost change go back the way they were like a stock market crash that is rescued in a hurry. In fact, ‘in a hurry’ changes are what you can count on today, looks like. Hang on.

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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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Tower – Eight of Cups – Knight of Swords

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Disaster Doesn’t Happen (Tower and Eight of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Sudden Reversals (Tower and Knight of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Changes Course (Eight of Cups and Knight of Swords)

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Tarot Readings: Disaster Doesn’t Happen (Tower and Eight of Cups)

Has a breakthrough and changes (his) ways immediately.

For once, I didn’t have a meltdown.

Comes back, and the divorce is off.

Ran off the road but avoided a wreck.

No way am I going to get upset again.

Gets out of there before (he) hits someone.

Leave before things blow up.

I won’t ‘lose it’ next time.

The crisis is quickly over – someone quits.

Quit being confrontational – changed my ways.

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Tarot Readings: Sudden Reversals (Tower and Knight of Swords)

He broke up but came back immediately.

He starts a fight and leaves in the middle of it.

A divorce switches to an annulment.

Started a divorce immediately when he left.

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Tarot Readings: Changes Course (Eight of Cups and Knight of Swords)

Came that close to breaking up – again.

Arrested before he got all the way out of town.

Avoided an emergency at the last minute.

Butts into something that should be avoided, and gets fired.

Under fire, he deserts and switches sides.

Narrowly avoids a collision.

Quit and not going back.

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Tower – Eight of Cups – Knight of Swords

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

                LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES..

.. …….…… …..………..., All three cards are about abandoning ship in some way. And all three can translate ‘immediately’ or some such word.

Eight of Cups is to change course or direction, to drop out, to just quit.

Tower is to throw out or be thrown out, rejected or divorced; and

Knight of Swords is to get out fast – but it also means to come back, and a change.

Additional meanings for Tower are confrontation, temper tantrum, divorce, hit, under fire, emergency, meltdown, breakthrough, collision, disaster, shock, or eviction. That’s a good thing, because the other of these very similar cards don’t have much variation to their spectrum.

So our one-sentence readings resemble one another.
Tower and Eight of Cups perfectly describe a ‘near miss.’ Tower is a disaster and Eight of Cups is averted, avoided, detour, veering off, abandoning course, something aborted. Tower and Eight of Cups are quitting without notice, an unexpected divorce, and are an unexpected shock.
Tower and Knight of Swords both frequently translate ‘sudden.’ These two Tarot cards also describe a ‘near miss’ in a little different way. The near miss here is something that started to happen and then reversed – rather than something that was averted and did not happen. He left the house before he hit someone, for instance.
Eight of Cups and Knight of Swords both mean a sudden change of course. Knight of Swords is in a hurry whether he is leaving, coming back, or switching back and forth. Eight of Cups is abandoning ship, is off the road or detouring or dropping out. Eight of Cups suggests (weakly) that the course will be resumed when it can. And BOTH these cards mean immediately and/or suddenly.

 

.. …….     Tower and Eight of Cups perfectly describe a ‘near miss.’ Tower is a disaster and Eight of Cups is averted, avoided, detour, veering off, abandoning course, something aborted. Tower and Eight of Cups are quitting without notice, an unexpected divorce, and are an unexpected shock.

.. ……. ToTower and Knight of Swords both frequently translate ‘sudden.’ These two Tarot cards also describe a ‘near miss’ in a little different way. The near miss here is something that started to happen and then reversed – rather than something that was averted and did not happen. He left the house before he hit someone, for instance.

t started to happen and then reversed – rather than something that was averted and did not happen. He left the house before he hit someone, for instance.

… ….. Eight of Cups and Knight of Swords both mean a sudden change of course. Knight of Swords is in a hurry whether he is leaving, coming back, or switching back and forth. Eight of Cups is abandoning ship, is off the road or detouring or dropping out. Eight of Cups suggests (weakly) that the course will be resumed when it can. And BOTH these cards mean immediately and/or suddenly.

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Tower Our picture here is the destruction of the Tower of Babel, which means ‘destruction’ or ‘overthrow’ of evil, but it’s rare for Tower to mean that. Tower covers the whole disaster front – think of it that way. Tower is about things going boom, falling, crashing, colliding, hitting, being ejected, rejected, thrown out or disowned. Tower is eviction, divorce, bankruptcy, arrest. Tower is hitting or being hit, and also a gun being fired, or an explosion. Tower is an eruption of a volcano or of a temper tantrum, or contents under pressure escaping a pipe or other container. Tower describes a seizure, an aneurysm, and an electrical short circuit.

Tower is confrontation, shock, meltdown.

On a good day, with the proper Tarot escorts, Tower is a thought striking, or just the word ‘sudden’ or ‘shocking’ or even ‘surprise.’ It can also be dropping or breaking something, especially if the ‘something’ is what you are inquiring about.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Eight of Cups See the sliver moon and the full moon up there? And the illustration that shows a pilgrim (traditionally) forced by terrain to detour off his route – a mountain is in the way? Eight of Cups is the end of one thing and the beginning of another – a sudden change or shift. Eight of Cups is outta there, is over with before it begins, is a detour, disruption, unexpected ending, change of course, to abandon or abort. It is one of the leaving theme cards. It often means to quit, walk out, drop out (fail to finish; walk away in the middle of an unfinished project), run off the road, change course because of circumstances.

This card appears when you have asked about a trip, if there is a disruption, cancellation, or closed road. If it’s a closed road, you are likely to see Two of Swords.

Knight of Swords A well-armed knight is obviously pursuing as fast as he can go: His blade is raised and extended, his horse is full speed ahead, the cloth thing on his helmet is upright in the wind. BUT Knight of Swords, in real Tarot life, will show up to mean: pursuit; fleeing; changing directions; switching; turning around. He means leaving, and he means coming back. But whichever one of these meanings appears, Knight of Swords is full speed ahead, hurry, quickly, etc. This is one of the cards you look to the surrounding cards to put it in its place in the story.

Here are, in order, the phrases this Knight of Swords makes for you today: changes his ways; comes back; avoided; no way am I again; gets out of there; leave; won’t next time (with help from Eight of Cups); is quickly over; changed my ways; came back; immediately; leaves; switches to; again; got out of town; avoided; something that should be avoided; switches sides; going back.

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Every once in a while, a whirlwind is where it’s at, and you just have to wait it out, wait until the dust settles. Something stirs the water, often something that ends unexpectedly, or someone exits unexpectedly, leaving everyone to find a way to cover, and who’s going to sit in what chair NOW? It’s like a power outage, when you are limited to what you can do without all those lights and appliances.

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Guido says ‘Hello.’

He digs up rattlesnakes and eats them all the time.

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. Aya

    I broke it off with a guy I had physical relationship. It was good but it felt like a dead-end situation. I just wish I had done it sooner but this isn’t the first time I’ve stepped back and left someone because after what’s said and done. I still end up choosing a path of my own even if I have to walk on it alone. I’m not as strong as before but I’m better at managing my self and emotions now. No more meltdowns and no more physical harm to myself I just want to walk away and not think about things like this for awhile.

    I must sound like a total b%tch to the other person but I thought it was for the best. I want something more but I can’t have it with that kind of relationship. He wants more and wants his way followed but he can’t have it with that kind of relationship. In the end it was a breather to just say I’m leaving indefinitely elsewhere.

    • What a great description and analysis, Aya. That’s quite a step, and most of us, looking back, can say we wish we had done what you just did.
      Congratulations.

      • Aya

        Thank you but taking the first steps to a better and healthier life isn’t always easy. Sometimes you need to know yourself first, go through a lot of difficulty, and finally see things as they are. It’s tough but it gives you breathing space and hope that there’s still tomorrow.

  2. Sushi

    Disaster that didn’t happen: Today someone tried to break in while i was home. I thwarted his plans!

    • Wow. I felt an urgency to get this posted it. Finished most of it last night. Then a power failure shut down the computer … not good … in spite of a major batter backup.
      So I’m a believer, too, in today’s post.
      Glad you fixed that one. Take precautions – they often try again.

  3. I AM NOT AMUSED.
    This post describes what happened to it as I was composing and publishing it. The power went out, and the battery backup did not turn on and protect the computer … again.

    Eight of Cups … the card that means blinking off … won’t print here! And the big cards had to be done as small ones. AND the print for two of the pairs would not appear where they were supposed to be, next to the pictures of the pairs. BUT I fixed that after I published this. Eight of Cups, can’t fix.
    Sorry. Cuss words.
    Emily

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