Tarot Readings for You for January 25, 2016 Monday©

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GUIDANCE       It’s always something … and you get used to that. It’s the routine; it’s ‘the way things are.’ You just put your head down and keep at what you are doing, and let the kind of people who interfere, who take advantage, who are helpy-selfies … you let them eat each other. In this kind of war-camp, you are making love regularly. You are against eating someone else’s lunch, so you keep producing.

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Three of Swords – Two of Cups – Eight of Pentacles

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Two of Cups

Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Eight of Pentacles

Tarot Readings: Two of Cups and Eight of Pentacles

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Two of Cups

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Your lover is working on a divorce.

Sexual harassment at work.

Lover keeps being jealous.

Routinely doing spiritual warfare.

Games antagonistic characters always play.

Loved-and-lost, and I try try again.

Working on a compromise in a dispute.

Here you are, making love in the war-camp.

As much as I am against playing games, I find myself doing that.

Keep doing what you do, and let them fight each other.

Harmful side-effects to something we do all the time.

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Eight of Pentacles

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Splitting up a piece at a time, being two-faced about it.

A worker is fired for disloyalty.

Quit the job because of the glass ceiling.

Workers are disgruntled, feeling taken advantage of.

Behind the scene, I am working on some adverse condition.

Against the odds, I get a job because of ‘who I know.’

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Tarot Readings: Two of Cups and Eight of Pentacles

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Some rebellion is going on behind your back at work.

A subversive person makes a hostile work atmosphere.

Someone is fired for taking credit for someone else’s work.

The tricks of the trade are difficult for me.

Working under the table, as much as (he) dislikes it.

Hammering out a compromise in your divorce.

Warring factions at work.

Interfere in my business – that’s war.

He keeps falling in love, as much as he hates that.

Split up, and still make love regularly.

I hate doing sex for a living.

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Three of Swords – Two of Cups – Eight of Pentacles

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Three of Swords and Two of Cups are bad news … so bad you don’t see them together very often. But next to them, Eight of Pentacles says this happens all the time. So we are in unusual territory with this spread. What’s up? – was my feeling. (At least Eight of Pentacles is dealing with it in a matter-of-fact way.)

Three of Swords is against the grain. It’s about discord; it’s about varying degrees of enmity, resentment, hate, quarreling, jealousy, and war. Three of Swords is open conflict – a divorce, for instance.

But Two of Cups is the secret enmity, secret foe. Two of Cups is the disloyalty, the back-stabbing, the frenemy. So Three of Swords and Two of Cups describe a war that’s in the back room, underground double-crossing resentment like employees who feel taken advantage of and are in a position to do damage to the employer in their job function. Or a lover you won’t buy a car for who’s gonna cheat on you – that kind of snarky stuff.

Speaking of ‘lover,’ Two of Cups has a life outside of Three of Swords’ influence. Two of Cups is a lover, a hot love affair, and a cheating partner. Two of Cups is all about sex – romance, seduction, persuasion. It’s even advertising and the sales pitch, along with Star. But today, Three of Swords is in its way.

Since Two of Cups is about sales, and about sex, well, this is the card for prostitution – especially today with Eight of Pentacles being the work life. Two of Cups and Eight of Pentacles can say ‘sex worker.

When you see two snarky cards together, open the door for them to cancel one another out – like ‘against playing games’ for Three of Swords and Two of Cups. Two of Cups is playing games, and, of course, Three of Swords is against. These two cards can actually refer to ‘your enemy’s secret enemy,’ for instance. Two of Cups is a secret enemy; Three of Swords is an open one.

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Three of Swords and Two of Cups are bad news … so bad you don’t see them together very often. But next to them, Eight of Pentacles says this happens all the time. So we are in unusual territory with this spread. What’s up? – was my feeling. (At least Eight of Pentacles is dealing with it in a matter-of-fact way.)

Three of Swords is against the grain. It’s about discord; it’s about varying degrees of enmity, resentment, hate, quarreling, jealousy, and war. Three of Swords is open conflict – a divorce, for instance.

But Two of Cups is the secret enmity, secret foe. Two of Cups is the disloyalty, the back-stabbing, the frenemy. So Three of Swords and Two of Cups describe a war that’s in the back room, underground double-crossing resentment like employees who feel taken advantage of and are in a position to do damage to the employer in their job function. Or a lover you won’t buy a boat for who’s gonna cheat on you – that kind of snarky stuff.

Speaking of ‘lover,’ Two of Cups has a life outside of Three of Swords’ influence. Two of Cups is all about sex – romance, seduction, persuasion. It’s even advertising and the sales pitch, along with Star. But today, Three of Swords is in its way. (Since Two of Cups is about sales, and about sex, well, this is the card for prostitution – especially today with Eight of Pentacles being the work life. Two of Cups and Eight of Pentacles can say ‘sex worker.’)

When you see two snarky cards together, open the door for them to cancel one another out – like ‘against playing games’ for Three of Swords and Two of Cups. Two of Cups is playing games, and, of course, Three of Swords is against. These two cards can actually refer to ‘your enemy’s secret enemy,’ for instance. Two of Cups is a secret enemy; Three of Swords is an open one.

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Three of Swords      You take a look at Three of Swords here, and you know nothing much good is going to come of it. Up where gray clouds dispense rain is a valentine heart pierced by swords, and that’s all. Among Three of Swords’ nicer meanings are: bad weather or storm; against the odds; damage; being in a bad setting for you; anything to do with litigation or lawsuits; against; jealousy; hostile atmosphere; adverse conditions; disagreement. (Notice the lack of hate and pain in these.)

Three of Swords usually goes around as heartache, hurt, trauma (emotional or physical), pain, suffering, divorce, and any old hostility you can think of: hate, spite, malice, quarrel and any kind of fighting or war, animosity, antagonistic, enmity and enemy. It brings up words like rebellious and violated or violation.

Three of Swords appears for heart trouble: heart attack, stroke, surgery including heart surgery. It appears for injury.

Three of Swords is about separation, rejection, schism and splitting up, usually in a hateful confrontational way. This is the card for being fired, or firing someone, at work.

Three of Swords is a support card for betrayal, back-stabbing, double-crossing.

Two of Cups      Mischievous spirits interfere invisibly in human affairs, and humans make spells for this to happen. The caduceus, the thing in the air between the couple, is used in those spells. (Wheel of Fortune also contains the idea of interfering spirits.) There are various forms of the caduceus, always with the twining snakes like doctors have. (This one is elaborate.) The intention of the spell can be to harm, to benefit, or to protect from harm.

So the underlying or core meaning of Two of Cups is this third-party interference, this hidden factor or undisclosed interest, this behind-the-scene activity, this getting a person to act against his own interest – this agenda. Two of Cups is Games People Play. Pretending to be something you’re not. Two of Cups is butting in, cheating, mooching … well, taking advantage and pretending to be a friend. Two of Cups is the bloodsucker, the conspiracy, the informant, the embezzler, politics, multilevel marketing or the taxman.

Two of Cups is about influence … influence in the mafia sense of the word. Being under the influence of someone or something, being addicted, having an obsession or habit, having an energy vampire friend or relative. It’s about oppression and possession by spirits, of course. And it’s about ‘using my influence’ to get something done. And ‘influence’ extends to propaganda, advertising (especially fraudulent advertising).

Two of Cups, as you can see in the picture, is also sexual. It’s falling in love. It’s lovemaking. It’s sexual attraction and seduction; sexual bond and lust; it’s the hot love affair; it’s marrying for money.

Two of Cups is here to tell you your trust is misplaced, or to say ‘mistrust.’

Some miscellaneous meanings to Two of Cups are inspiration of the Muse; mediumship or séance; being in debt, a loan.

Eight of Pentacles      Eight of Pentacles is the go-to card for work and anything to do with it: It’s the office and the plant. You see a carpenter hammering out one pentacle after another. Eight of Pentacles is doing and making. It represents the hands-on part of getting something done – being the person who does or did the action that makes the end product.

Eight of Pentacles owns words about consistent action, steady effort – even the word ‘steady’ – so it often translates ‘keep,’ as in keep doing, keep making, even keep being. Eight of Pentacles translates ‘trying to’ and ‘try over and over.’ The piecework the carpenter is doing translates to the daily routines we do. This brings words like regularly, always, always does, one after the other, over and over, each and every, all the time, and ordinary. Eight of Pentacles owns ‘do for a living’ and ‘profession’ as well.

Eight of Pentacles is also about the workingman, working class, the ‘average Joe,’

It’s ordinary stuff and ordinary people.

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We are not being distracted or unduly affected by other people’s self-interested antics. We just keep at it, keep doing what we do, and keep being ourselves. You factor some betrayal into your love life so that it’s less of a big loss. You expect that glass ceiling and cut your loss at that workplace before you feel the bump on your head. You let antagonistic people fight one another and find someone else to be their referee. You keep trucking when the boat is rocking.

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Two of Cups

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Your lover TWO OF CUPS is working on EIGHT OF PENTACLES a divorce THREE OF SWORDS.

Sexual TWO OF CUPS harassment THREE OF SWORDS at work EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

Lover TWO OF CUPS keeps EIGHT OF PENTACLES being jealous THREE OF SWORDS.

Routinely EIGHT OF PENTACLES doing spiritual TWO OF CUPS warfare THREE OF SWORDS.

Games TWO OF CUPS antagonistic THREE OF SWORDS characters always EIGHT OF PENTACLES play. Two of Cups is ‘games people play.’

Loved TWO OF CUPS-and-lost THREE OF SWORDS, and I try try again EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

Working on EIGHT OF PENTACLES a compromise TWO OF CUPS in a dispute THREE OF SWORDS.

As much as I am against THREE OF SWORDS playing games TWO OF CUPS, I find myself doing that EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

Keep doing what you do EIGHT OF PENTACLES, and let them fight each other THREE OF SWORDS and TWO OF CUPS.

Harmful THREE OF SWORDS side-effects TWO OF CUPS to something we do all the time EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Eight of Pentacles

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Splitting up THREE OF SWORDS a piece at a time EIGHT OF PENTACLES, being two-faced about it TWO OF CUPS.

A worker EIGHT OF PENTACLES is fired THREE OF SWORDS for disloyalty TWO OF CUPS.

Quit THREE OF SWORDS the job EIGHT OF PENTACLES because of the glass ceiling TWO OF CUPS.

Workers EIGHT OF PENTACLES are disgruntled THREE OF SWORDS, feeling taken advantage of TWO OF CUPS.

Behind the scene TWO OF CUPS, I am working on EIGHT OF PENTACLES some adverse condition THREE OF SWORDS.

Against the odds THREE OF SWORDS, I get a job EIGHT OF PENTACLES because of ‘who I know TWO OF CUPS.’

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Tarot Readings: Two of Cups and Eight of Pentacles

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Some rebellion THREE OF SWORDS is going on behind your back TWO OF CUPS at work EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

A subversive person TWO OF CUPS makes a hostile work EIGHT OF PENTACLES atmosphere THREE OF SWORDS.

Someone is fired for THREE OF SWORDS taking credit for someone else’s TWO OF CUPS work EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

The tricks TWO OF CUPS of the trade EIGHT OF PENTACLES are difficult THREE OF SWORDS for me.

Working EIGHT OF PENTACLES under the table TWO OF CUPS, as much as (he) dislikes it THREE OF SWORDS.

Hammering out EIGHT OF PENTACLES a compromise TWO OF CUPS in your divorce THREE OF SWORDS.

Warring THREE OF SWORDS factions TWO OF CUPS at work EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

Interfere TWO OF CUPS in my business EIGHT OF PENTACLES – that’s war THREE OF SWORDS.

He keeps EIGHT OF PENTACLES falling in love TWO OF CUPS, as much as he hates that THREE OF SWORDS.

Split up THREE OF SWORDS, and still make love TWO OF CUPS regularly EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

I hate THREE OF SWORDS doing sex TWO OF CUPS for a living EIGHT OF PENTACLES.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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….. Three of Swords and Two of Cups Your lover … a divorce. Sexual harassment. Lover is jealous.*** Spiritual warfare.*** Games antagonistic characters play. Loved and lost. A compromise in a dispute. I am against playing games. Let them fight each other.*** Harmful side-effects.*** Splitting up, being two-faced about it. Fired for disloyalty.*** Quit because of the glass ceiling. Disgruntled, feeling taken advantage of. Behind the scene, some adverse condition. Against the odds … because of ‘who I know.’ Some rebellion is going on behind your back. A subversive person makes a hostile atmosphere. Someone is fired for taking credit for someone else’s …. The tricks of … are difficult for me. Under the table, as much as (he) dislikes it. A compromise in your divorce. Warring factions.*** Interfere … – that’s war. Falling in love, as much as he hates that.*** Split up and still make love. I hate doing sex ….***x

.. .. Three of Swords and Eight of Pentacles       Working on a divorce. Harassment at work. _ keeps being jealous. Routinely doing warfare. _ antagonistic people always …. _ and lost, and I try try again. Working on a _ in a dispute. As much as I am against, I find myself doing that. Keep doing what you do and … fight …. Harmful _ of something we do all the time. Splitting up a piece at a time. A worker is fired.*** Quit the job. Workers are disgruntled. I am working on some adverse condition. Against the odds, I get a job. Rebellion is going on at work. … makes a hostile work atmosphere. Someone is fired for … someone else’s work. … of the trade are difficult for me. Working … as much as he dislikes it. Hammering out a _ in your divorce. Warring at work. … in my business – that’s war. He keeps …, as much as he hates that. Split up and still _ regularly. I hate doing _ for a living.***x

…… ..    Two of Cups and Eight of Pentacles      Your lover is working on _. Sexual _ at work. Lover keeps _. Lover keeps being _. Routinely doing spiritual _. Games _ always play. Loved … and I try try again. Working on a compromise.** I find myself playing games. … playing games, I find myself doing that. Keep doing what you do, and let them _ each other. Side-effects to something we do all the time. _ a piece at a time, being two-faced about it. A worker is _ for disloyalty. _ the job because of the glass ceiling. Workers are feeling taken advantage of. Behind the scene, I am working on …. I get a job because of ‘who I know.’ … is going on behind your back at work. A subversive person makes a _ work atmosphere. Taking credit for someone else’s work. The tricks of the trade.*** Working under the table. Hammering out a compromise. Factions at work. Interfere in my business. He keeps falling in love. Still make love regularly. Doing sex for a living.**x

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  1. Tina

    Trying to understand this paragraph and how it relates to me because I know there is something in this but I can’t quite decipher it yet:

    GUIDANCE It’s always something … and you get used to that. It’s the routine; it’s ‘the way things are.’ You just put your head down and keep at what you are doing, and let the kind of people who interfere, who take advantage, who are helpy-selfies … you let them eat each other. In this kind of war-camp, you are making love regularly. You are against eating someone else’s lunch, so you keep producing.

    Keeping my head down means not to ruffle my feathers and show it to Mr Bull. Keep my calm and collected attitude in front of him and wait for him to come to me; that I get. I don’t understand the helpy-selfies, who are they? Eating someone’s lunch is an analogy too but I am having a hard time to relate. I am sure I will get the light bulb moment soon enough.

    That’s the thing about these spreads; you can read them and not find correlation so strongly until maybe a day later; but timelines are not written in stone so there you have it.

    • It’s always something. Here you are doing something you belong to do, and things come up and get in the way. Mind your own business, and you’ve got company minding it with you. That’s the way things are. People (and companies, and political entities) all are entitled to watch and take, and expect your cooperation. We put our heads down, pretend it isn’t happening, because it’s not polite to … uh … hit back.

  2. Kelly

    Speaks to issues at work.
    “…helpy selfie” hadn’t heard that one.

    • Helpy-selfie is my word. It’s people who help themselves to everybody else’s everything else because they’re Them, they’re born entitled to drive down the middle of your road. They’re defective units (DUs). This trait is inbred in the town I live in, in the wilderness.
      Helpy-selfie has a license to steal, a license to not show up. It’s a mooch, but a universal mooch, not one that specializes in one host. It’s a mosquito, a bloodsucker.

  3. Tina

    Unsure what to think with this spread but I’ll see how it plays out with Mr Bull and I. Still going to be my calm cool and collected self and watch and wait to see what he does. Hopefully this spread talking about negative attitudes with the opposite sex isn’t about Mr Bull and I. The 1st phrase about working on divorce only verifies my suspicion on Mr Bull’s current relationship; I think. First instinct is always the one to go for

    • “First instinct is always the one to go for.”

      That’s what the instructions say: Pick the ones that jump out at you, and decide whether to encourage or quash them.

      • Tina

        It was business as usual today but we did interact as we would for work-related reasons. It was great for him to call me about a work email I sent to him, but that would be normal. Love his voice and he talks to me in that ‘special’ manly deep voice that is only saved for me, I think. He kindof sounds like George Clooney; that masculine deep voice we all know and hear in his movies. I guess I am a glutton for masculine deep voices especially looking all handsome and shit like Mr Bull does. 🙂

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