Tarot Readings for You for February 17, 2016 Wednesday©

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GUIDANCE    I want to be a wild and crazy guy who’s just sensible enough,” he says. And she says “He’s passionate – he’s straight – I’m satisfied!”  So they get legally married and enjoy what they are both entitled to. Today we are back to talking about the uninhibited impulsive workingman, and he is having the good life.

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King of Wands – Nine of Cups – Justice

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: King of Wands and Nine of Cups

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Really want this uninhibited wild man to be sane.

Want this legally wedded fellow.

Man enough to be sober.

He is one happy fella, and he is entitled to be.

A workingman deserves the good life.

Want a red-blooded man who’s into sobriety.

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Tarot Readings: King of Wands and Justice

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Wants to be your legal husband.

This married man likes it like that.

He’s passionate – he’s straight – I’m satisfied!

Hot sobers up and is content.

An ill-tempered lawyer gets you want you sue for.

My cranky guy wants me to straighten him out.

I’ve got a right to be a maverick if I wanna.

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Tarot Readings: Nine of Cups and Justice

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Wants commitment from this edgy guy.

I deserve, and I’m going to have, that uninhibited fellow.

You should be content with one husband.

Edgy just when I should be content.

And here’s a madman who wants to be sane.

Being realistic, I just want a husband.

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King of Wands – Nine of Cups – Justice

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Boom. After some years of Tarot, you see ‘legal husband’ and ‘married man’ in King of Wands and Justice. Justice makes a marriage theme ‘legal marriage,’ because, of course, Justice means ‘legal.’ And King of Wands is the husband card as Queen of Wands is the wife card. (Just take my word for this. Explained later here.) So yeah, these Tarot citizens (King of Wands and Justice) get involved in other themes and meanings, buy, hey, when they pair up ya got yo’sef a married man or a man to marry, or a man who is on the way to be married at the altar or judge’s chamber. Today Nine of Cups says King of Wands wants to be legally married: That’s our headline.

So who else is on deck with this bonded couple? Hey! It’s our old friend Nine of Cups who is the dream come true, the good life, getting what you want, being satisfied, and satisfied with what you have now. Hot damn!

Of course, Justice is sensible, sane and levelheaded; and King of Wands isn’t much into that sort of thing. King of Wands is the wild and crazy guy with the lampshade on his head at the party, and Justice is sobriety itself. So the madman wants to be just sensible enough. Nine of Cups is enough, you know.

So why is King of Wands the nerved-up maverick? – because he is a redhead. Redheads are associated with fire. Back in the middle ages this was quite the concept, and it still has some breath left. Fire-breathing ‘dragons’ were salamanders. Salamanders are the design on the tapestry behind our King, and there’s a live one right next to him. ‘Fire’ was considered one of the four elements everything was made of before the West discovered atoms and molecules. (Astrologers still are into these four elements, big time.) And fire is associated with bad temper and being what Christians snidely call ‘the natural man.’ Being a country boy like Merle Haggard and his bar songs.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

Boom. After some years of Tarot, you see ‘legal husband’ and ‘married man’ in King of Wands and Justice. Justice makes a marriage theme ‘legal marriage,’ because, of course, Justice means ‘legal.’ And King of Wands is the husband card as Queen of Wands is the wife card. (Just take my word for this.) So yeah, these Tarot citizens get involved in other themes and meanings, buy, hey, when they pair up ya got yo’sef a married man or a man to marry, or a man who is on the way to be married at the alter or judge’s chamber. Today Nine of Cups says King of Wands wants to be legally married: That’s our headline.

So who else is on deck with this bonded couple? Hey! It’s our old friend Nine of Cups who is the dream come true, the good life, getting what you want, being satisfied, and satisfied with what you have now. Hot damn!

Of course, Justice is sensible, sane and levelheaded; and King of Wands isn’t much into that sort of thing. King of Wands is the wild and crazy guy with the lampshade on his head at the party, and Justice is sobriety itself. So the madman wants to be just sensible enough. Nine of Cups is enough, you know.

So why is King of Wands the nerved-up maverick? – because he is a redhead. Redheads are associated with fire. Back in the middle ages this was quite the concept. Fire-breathing ‘dragons’ were salamanders. Salamanders are the design behind our King, and there’s a live one right next to him. ‘Fire’ was considered one of the four elements everything was made of before the West discovered atoms and molecules. (Astrologers still are into these four elements, big time.) And fire is associated with bad temper and being what Christians snidely call ‘the natural man.’ Being a country boy like Merle Haggard and his bar songs. Being impulsive, passionate, and ‘common.’

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King of Wands is a redhead, so here’s cliches like red-blooded, hotheaded, wild and crazy, madman, country boy; and here’s traits like being uninhibited, impulsive, edgy, opinionated, impassioned (and passionate), angry, irritated, impatient, low class … and so on. King of Wands in short is Archie Bunker. And if you don’t know who he is and you’re an American, run over to re-runs of the ‘All in the Family’ television show, because that’s Americana all over.

King of Wands has a spectrum to him, of course. He can be in need of anger management, whatever his class in social standing is. King of Wands gravitates to the arrogant overbearing professions and jobs when he isn’t a laborer or craftsman. Stockbrokers, doctors, cops, bankers and politicians are all at least part Archie. But King of Wands is also the workingman, the guy who gets things done that are hands-on.

And King of Wands is the husband. (Women get this.) As Queen of Wands is the wife. (Men get this.) The reason is that Queen of Wands is the sharp-eyed no-nonsense manager of the home-front … and business, so her counterpart, King of Wands, must be the husband.

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Nine of Cups It’s all good with Nine of Cups. You ate and drank and are safunsified. You are satisfied with your life. You have enough and are content. Nine of Cups is the good life and ‘Life is good.’ With Justice by your side, you are entitled to everything you want, and what could be better than that?

Nine of Cups isn’t excess or greed today, so no more of that for now.

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Justice speaks for itself. The Tarot card owns everything you associate with the word – the whole police station, court house scene, all the laws and lawmakers and lawbreakers you could possibly wish for in your story. And rights … all the rights, and all the being right and correct.

Justice has another life though. Justice is sensible, levelheaded, sober, sane, real, realistic, straight, entitled and deserved. Justice is ‘okay’ and is what makes sense. Justice is even honor sometimes. And Justice is straightening up, so Justice can be found in Rehab in your Tarot stories.

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He is part wild child and wants to be all husband today. He is impassioned and passionate, and he satisfies. He is a worker, hands-on, a doer, and he lives well. He is just crazy enough and just sane enough to satisfy most people, and he got that way by straightening up. He is now ripe for the picking as a husband, or ready to be fully enjoyed by a woman he legally marries.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: King of Wands and Nine of Cups

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Really want NINE OF CUPS this uninhibited wild man KING OF WANDS to be sane JUSTICE.

Want NINE OF CUPS this legally JUSTICE wedded KING OF WANDS fellow.

Man KING OF WANDS enough NINE OF CUPS to be sober JUSTICE.

NINE OF CUPS He is one happy fella KING OF WANDS, and he is entitled to be JUSTICE.

A workingman KING OF WANDS deserves JUSTICE the good life NINE OF CUPS.

Want NINE OF CUPS a red-blooded man KING OF WANDS who’s into sobriety JUSTICE.

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Tarot Readings: King of Wands and Justice

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Wants to be NINE OF CUPS your legal JUSTICE husband KING OF WANDS.

This JUSTICE married man KING OF WANDS likes it like that NINE OF CUPS.

He’s passionate KING OF WANDS – he’s straight JUSTICE – I’m satisfied NINE OF CUPS!

Hothead KING OF WANDS sobers up JUSTICE and is content NINE OF CUPS.

An ill-tempered KING OF WANDS lawyer JUSTICE gets you what you sue for NINE OF CUPS and JUSTICE.

My cranky guy KING OF WANDS wants me to NINE OF CUPS straighten him out JUSTICE.

I’ve got a right to JUSTICE be a maverick KING OF WANDS if I wanna NINE OF CUPS.

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Tarot Readings: Nine of Cups and Justice

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Wants NINE OF CUPS commitment JUSTICE from this edgy guy KING OF WANDS.

I deserve JUSTICE, and I’m going to have NINE OF CUPS, that uninhibited fellow KING OF WANDS.

You should be JUSTICE content NINE OF CUPS with one husband KING OF WANDS.

Edgy KING OF WANDS just when I should be JUSTICE content NINE OF CUPS.

And here’s a madman KING OF WANDS who wants to NINE OF CUPS be sane JUSTICE.

Being realistic JUSTICE, I just want NINE OF CUPS a husband KING OF WANDS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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…..   King of Wands and Nine of Cups      Really want this uninhibited wild man.* Want this wedded fellow. Man enough.*** A workingman _ the good life. Want a red-blooded man. Wants to be your husband. The married man likes it like that. He’s passionate – I’m satisfied! Hothead is content.** An ill-tempered _ gets you what you …. My cranky guy wants me to …. Wants to be your husband. … be a maverick if I wanna. Wants _ from this edgy guy. I’m going to have that uninhibited fellow. Content with one husband. Edgy when I am content. And here’s a madman who wants to be _. I just want a husband. x

.. .. King of Wands and Justice      … this uninhibited wild man to be sane. Legally wedded fellow.*** Man _ to be sober. He is one _ fellow, and is entitled to be. A workingman deserves …. A red-blooded man who’s into sobriety. Your legal husband.*** Married man.*** He’s passionate – he’s straight! Hothead sobers up. An ill-tempered lawyer. My cranky guy … straighten him out. A right to be a maverick. Commitment from this edgy guy. I deserve that uninhibited fellow. You should be with one husband. Edgy just when I should be _. And here’s a madman who … be sane. Being realistic, a husband. x

…… ..   Nine of Cups and Justice      Really want to be sane.*** Really want this … to be sane. Want this legally …. _ enough to be sober. One happy _ and is entitled to be. Deserves the good life. Want a _ who’s into sobriety. Wants to be your legal _. This married _ likes it like that. He’s straight – I’m satisfied! Sobers up and is content. A lawyer gets you …. A lawyer gets you what you sue for. Wants me to straighten _ out. Wands me to straighten out. I’ve got a right to if I wanna. Wants commitment. I deserve, and I’m going to have …. You should be content.*** I should be content.** Wants to be sane. Being realistic, I just want …. x

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  1. Tina

    Want this legally wedded fellow.
    This married man likes it like that.
    My cranky guy wants me to straighten him out.
    Wants commitment from this edgy guy.
    I deserve, and I’m going to have, that uninhibited fellow.
    Being realistic, I just want a husband.

    The above phrases would match for Mr Bull and I. Still waiting for that breakthru with him but I feel it might be closer than I think.

  2. Sushi

    So after being in limbo for months with my relationship, I decided that today I would come read the reading for tomorrow and that would be the outcome of my relationship. Guess we’re getting married. LOL

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