Tarot Readings for You for November 9, 2015 Monday©

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GUIDANCE             There are times when serious and rational thought goes into risky and reckless behavior. Here we have a picture of coming to a decision to take a chance. This person has a purpose to accomplish. Our picture is of him or her contemplating some hazard, some danger, some risk involved in accomplishing it. Or maybe contemplating a shortcut and its possible consequences. A strategy for getting it done no matter what. The question is: Is succeeding at my ambition, or my purpose, worth the adventure it may involve? We leave our person there – no comment on the answer to his or her question. By the way, is that You? – is that Me?

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Page of Pentacles – Seven of Swords – Chariot

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: My Great Criminal Mind (Page of Pentacles and Seven of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Thinking Up a Way to Get It Done (Page of Pentacles and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Dare to Take Control (Seven of Wands and Chariot)

Tarot Readings: Car Smarts (Page of Pentacles and Chariot)

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Tarot Readings: My Great Criminal Mind (Page of Pentacles and Seven of Swords)

I’m a risk-taker by choice.

Faced with danger, we get to thinking, and we handle the situation.

I owe my success to my great criminal mind.

To be a successful criminal, look good.

He is ambitious and underhanded.

He has the idea to be their leader in order to ruin them.

A smooth and ruthless operator sees where he can cut corners.

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Tarot Readings: Thinking Up a Way to Get It Done (Page of Pentacles and Chariot)

Considering a gutsy strategy.

Assessing a risk to make a decision.

You think of a way to get it done by any means possible.

Taking the hazards into account, you decide to get ‘er done.

Looks like success here is a long shot.

He knows just how to accomplish the mission.

The knowledge and the expertise to succeed in the face of danger.

You do have the strategy to get a purpose accomplished no matter what.

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Tarot Readings: Dare to Take Control (Seven of Wands and Chariot)

You intend to take control of a risky situation.

He knows how to use even sabotage to best advantage.

I got the willpower; I dare to pull it off.

I figure I can get it done: This is a calculated risk.

I know enough to decide on this gamble.

Have the guts to make up your mind and do it.

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Tarot Readings: Car Smarts (Page of Pentacles and Chariot)

He is savvy to the tricks of the car trade.

I think my car is out to get me.

He is a car thief.

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Page of Pentacles – Seven of Swords – Chariot

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.. …….…… …..           Page of Pentacles is thinking-observing-pondering-taking a good rational look. Chariot is both the strategy and the decision. These two Rider Waite Tarot cards give us a picture of calculated risk of an endeavor or enterprise.

Between them is Seven of Swords. Seven of Swords is the saboteur, enemy action, and, especially risk or the act of taking a big chance.

Seven of Swords is also the adventure, and Page of Pentacles is contemplating, and Chariot is success: Contemplating a successful venture. Thinking about taking that chance. (You bouncing on the high-dive, looking at the pool.)

Seven of Swords and Chariot say ‘Accomplish the mission at any cost,’ because Seven of Swords is that high-risk activity. These two also say ‘Get ‘er done no matter what’ because Chariot is definitely the ‘Get ‘er done’ type, and Seven of Swords is very native to ‘no matter what.’ You might translate this ‘Pull it off any way you can’ or some other paraphrase. Both of these cards refer to risk. In Chariot, risk is under his expert control. In Seven of Swords, this maverick may very well fail because of self-sabotage.

Lest you think this spread refers only to grand endeavors and serious missions: This process could just as easily apply to whether to engage in the family hostilities at Thanksgiving dinner, or whether you dare to purchase something (like a car, obviously, with Chariot sitting there) you can’t … quite … afford.

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GET A SINGLE CARD’S MEANINGS: TYPE ITS NAME AND ‘TAROT VERBATIM’ INTO GOOGLE.

Page of Pentacles is one of several cards in the theme of thinking, believing, understanding, observing, interested in, contemplating. ‘Thinking about it’ is a frequent phrase for this Tarot card. It also refers, to a lesser extent, to feeling.

Another application of Page of Pentacles is identity, self, self-image, self-conscious, ‘I am a (fill in the blank)’ or, with a negative modifier, ‘I am not a (fill in the blank.’ He is a ‘nice young man,’ along with Page of Wands, another identity card. Page of Pentacles can say ‘the idea’ or ‘the thought’ too. ‘Mind’ and ‘mental’ as well.

Note that this card can be any singular pronoun, especially ‘I,’ ‘he,’ and ‘himself.’ Realize all the combinations it makes with all the pronouns and all the words that belong to the theme of thinking. These subject-and-verb phrases are his bread and butter.

Seven of Swords is sneaking out of enemy camp in midday with their weapons in his bare hands that he has stolen. This scene gives rise to a few different applications.

Seven of Swords speaks of taking a chance, risk, daring, adventure, betrayal, crime (and getting away with crime). The red footwear (socks?) says ‘hotfoot’ to me. Having the guts is one thing; being ruthless and cutthroat is another – and they both are under the wing of Seven of Swords. Taking a chance, say, a gamble … or a ‘Russian roulette’ situation. Unethical … or psychopathic.

Note that Seven of Swords’ mission is a one-man adventure. He is not part of a team, or a gang, or anything like that: He is solo.

He is the cheating lover. He is being sneaky (in any way). He is an assassin or special ops, or a street punk … villain. He is all about revenge and getting even too. Sometime he is advice to do exactly that: turn the tables.

Now, here’s something to remember: See his bare hands on all those heavy blades? Seven of Swords is the primary self-destruction card. Self-undoing. Acting against self-interest. (We are not using this meaning today.)

This is an ‘alert’ card. Its wide-spectrum application, and the downside to its possible meanings, should lead you to look at the cards around it, to see how the ‘random distribution’ of its definitions applies here and now. Always remember its gutsy side and its adventure (or adventuresome) side: Don’t leap to fearful conclusions.

Chariot has it all: guts, honor, detachment, leadership, smarts, being decisive, strategy, a plan … and success. Mr. Putin at the moment maybe? – or Robert Wallace, about whom the movie ‘Braveheart’ is. Google this card plus ‘Tarot Verbatim’ for the full report, but, briefly: Charioteers were the special ops war heroes of olden days. It was their strategy that won or lost battles and wars.

This esoteric card suggests using magic to win. The steeds there are magic sphinxes. See the reversed colors? They signify one will go only left, the other only right (Sphinxes are like that, you know). Our hero has hitched them so they get in one another’s way and thus go forward by default. No reins … you noticed that? He controls his steeds with magic wands. Yeah, he goes all out. He handles it (one of Chariot’s favorite words).

This is what makes Chariot about ‘get ‘er done’ and winning against all odds.

Charioteers were the leaders, the commanding officers. This is what makes Chariot ‘project manager,’ and other words like boss, go-to man, field marshal, etc.

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People who are professional risk-takers (tightrope walkers, stunt men, gamblers, special ops people, some criminals) report that they feel ‘alive’ when they are taking their risks, and feel dead inside when they are not. They are adrenaline junkies from our perspective. We capture that same feeling in the lives of the rest of us: The moment of contemplation that is part of the decision to jump in and ‘go for it’ – to do the adventure.

 

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

Tarot Readings: My Great Criminal Mind (Page of Pentacles and Seven of Swords)

I’m a PAGE OF PENTACLES risk-taker SEVEN OF SWORDS by choice CHARIOT.

Faced with danger SEVEN OF SWORDS, we get to thinking PAGE OF PENTACLES, and we handle the situation CHARIOT.

I owe my PAGE OF PENTACLES success CHARIOT to my great criminal SEVEN OF SWORDS mind PAGE OF PENTACLES.

To be a PAGE OF PENTACLES successful CHARIOT criminal SEVEN OF SWORDS, look good PAGE OF PENTACLES.

He is PAGE OF PENTACLES ambitious CHARIOT and underhanded SEVEN OF SWORDS.

He has the idea PAGE OF PENTACLES to be their leader CHARIOT in order to ruin them SEVEN OF SWORDS.

A smooth and ruthless SEVEN OF SWORDS operator CHARIOT sees where he can PAGE OF PENTACLES cut corners SEVEN OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings: Thinking Up a Way to Get It Done (Page of Pentacles and Chariot)

Considering PAGE OF PENTACLES a gutsy SEVEN OF SWORDS strategy CHARIOT.

Assessing PAGE OF PENTACLES a risk SEVEN OF SWORDS to make a decision CHARIOT.

You think of a way PAGE OF PENTACLES to get it done CHARIOT by any means possible SEVEN OF SWORDS.

Taking the hazards SEVEN OF SWORDS into account PAGE OF PENTACLES, you decide to CHARIOT get ‘er done CHARIOT.

Looks like PAGE OF PENTACLES success here CHARIOT is a long shot SEVEN OF SWORDS.

He knows PAGE OF PENTACLES just how to accomplish CHARIOT the mission SEVEN OF SWORDS.

The knowledge PAGE OF PENTACLES and the expertise CHARIOT to succeed in the face of danger SEVEN OF SWORDS.

You do have PAGE OF PENTACLES the strategy CHARIOT to get a purpose accomplished CHARIOT no matter what SEVEN OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings: Dare to Take Control (Seven of Wands and Chariot)

You intend to PAGE OF PENTACLES take control of CHARIOT a risky situation SEVEN OF SWORDS.

He knows how to PAGE OF PENTACLES use even sabotage SEVEN OF SWORDS to best advantage CHARIOT.

I got PAGE OF PENTACLES the willpower CHARIOT; I dare to pull it off SEVEN OF SWORDS.

I figure PAGE OF PENTACLES I can get it done CHARIOT: This is a calculated PAGE OF PENTACLES risk SEVEN OF SWORDS.

I know enough PAGE OF PENTACLES to decide on CHARIOT this gamble SEVEN OF SWORDS.

Have the guts SEVEN OF SWORDS to make up your mind PAGE OF PENTACLES and do it CHARIOT.

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Tarot Readings: Car Smarts (Page of Pentacles and Chariot)

He is savvy to PAGE OF PENTACLES the tricks SEVEN OF SWORDS of the car CHARIOT trade SEVEN OF SWORDS. SEVEN OF SWORDS is ‘the tricks of the trade’ and CHARIOT is ‘car.’

I think PAGE OF PENTACLES my car CHARIOT is out to get me SEVEN OF SWORDS.

He is a PAGE OF PENTACLES car CHARIOT thief SEVEN OF SWORDS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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……………….. Page of Pentacles and Seven of Swords I’m a risk-taker. Faced with danger, we get to thinking. I owe my _ to my great criminal mind. To be a _ criminal, look good. He is _ an underhanded. He has the idea … in order to ruin them. A ruthless operator sees where he can cut corners. Considering a gutsy _. Assessing a risk. You think of a way to _ by any means possible. Taking into account the hazards …. Looks like _ is a long shot. He knows … the mission. The knowledge … in the face of danger. You do have … no matter what. You intend to _ a risky situation. He knows how to sabotage. He knows how to … even sabotage to …. I got …; I dare to pull it off. I figure ..: this is a calculated risk. I know enough to _ this gamble. Have the guts to make up your mind. He is savvy to the tricks of the _ trade. I think _ is out to get me. He is a _ thief. x

… ……….. .. Page of Pentacles and Chariot I am a _ by choice. Faced with _, we get to thinking, and we handle the situation. I owe my success to my great _ mind. To be a successful _, look good. He is ambitious. He has the idea to be their leader. A smooth operator sees where he can _. considering a _ strategy. Assessing a _ to make a decision. You think of a way to get it done. Taking _ into account, you decide to get ‘er done. Looks like success here. He knows just how to accomplish _. The knowledge and the expertise to succeed. You do have the strategy to get a purpose accomplished. You intend to take control. He knows how to use _ to best advantage. I got the willpower. I figure I can get it done: this is a calculated _. I know enough to decide on …. Make up your mind and do it. He is savvy to the car trade. I think my car is …. He is a car _. x

……… ….…… .. Seven of Swords and Chariot … a risk-taker by choice. … with danger, we handle the situation. … my success to my criminal …. To be a successful criminal …. Ambitious and underhanded. … be their leader in order to ruin them. A ruthless operator can cut corners. A gutsy strategy. … a risk to make a decision. Get it done by any means possible. Taking the hazards into account, you decide to get ‘er done. Success here is a long shot. … just how to accomplish the mission. The expertise to succeed in the face of danger. The strategy to get a purpose accomplished. Take control of a risky situation. Use even sabotage to best advantage. I got the willpower; I dare to pull it off. I can get it done: This is a risk on my part. … to decide on this gamble. Have the guts to do it. The tricks of the car trade. My car is out to get me. Car thief. x

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  1. Lori

    Not me today, but good luck/wishes to Tina 🙂

  2. Tina

    Here is another spread that hits home or at least it tells me the meaning behind the mayhem in my life right now.

    Considering a gutsy strategy.
    Assessing a risk to make a decision.
    You think of a way to get it done by any means possible.
    Taking the hazards into account, you decide to get ‘er done.
    Looks like success here is a long shot.
    He knows just how to accomplish the mission.
    The knowledge and the expertise to succeed in the face of danger.
    You do have the strategy to get a purpose accomplished no matter what.
    I got the willpower; I dare to pull it off.
    I figure I can get it done: This is a calculated risk.
    I know enough to decide on this gamble.
    Have the guts to make up your mind and do it.

    • ‘The Meaning Behind the Mayhem and Me’ – a title for a poem or article.
      This post is long, and interpreting it fully was arduous … but I loved it.

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