Tarot Readings for You for April 21, 2016 Thursday©

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GUIDANCE        A group of people who are together about something – anything – they have in common exerts both subtle and overt pressure on one another, and on newcomers, to conform to the standard of belonging and cooperating that they have set. It’s a group mind thing, and what we examine today is our memberships in those.

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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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Seven of Wands – Ten of Cups – Six of Wands

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Ten of Cups

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Be forceful with a relative who is taking advantage.

We all fight it but then go along with it anyway.

Not prepared for the games of married life.

At the public meeting to oppose some subterfuge.

He raises hell in the house to get his own way.

Everybody is for what I’m against, so I go along with the majority.

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Six of Wands

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He is against getting married but is going along with it.

I feel such pressure to pretend to be happy and well-adjusted.

I am pushing myself to look like I belong here.

Secretly against what everybody is for.

Overt pressure and covert pressure to be like everyone else.

Both open opposition and undeclared opposition to a good community life.

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Tarot Readings: Ten of Cups and Six of Wands

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He only pretends he is happily married, and how he does insist!

All my friends are all for it, so I go along with it, but I have serious reservations.

I mistrust the wholesome look here, and want no part of it.

He has snowed everybody but me with his harangues.

He acts as if he is one of the good guys when confronted.

Nobody dares undermine our love relationship.

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Seven of Wands – Ten of Cups – Six of Wands

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All three of these Rider Waite Tarot cards involve social pressure. Seven of Wands is in-your-face pressure; Six of Wands is more subtle influence to serve another’s interest; Ten of Cups is the good people everybody wants to consider himself one of.

Seven of Wands and Six of Wands together get your attention: Six of Wands is always quietly up to something, even if it’s only pretending to fit in and putting the best face on. Six of Wands is pretending to go along with them: Six of Wands is covert (hidden, undeclared) opposition to a group’s purpose. It’s also going along with the group’s program despite reservations. And it’s also being influenced against your will (propaganda, lying, seduction, sales pressure, etc.).

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Seven of Wands is overt (in-your-face) disruption or overt opposition – pushing people around, say. Seven of Wands is also the defense to this disruption or opposition. You can think of Seven of Wands as ‘Gimme the car keys, and, no, I ain’t fillin’ the tank’ or as ‘I’m mad as hell and won’t take that anymore.’ Mooch confronts host with demands, or host has had enough and rebels: both sides of that story.

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Seven of Wands represents both the offensive demands, and the defense to that kind of behavior. How does this come about? – well, the story is that neighbors banded together to take this man’s land, and he is putting up a fight. So Seven of Wands is about both sides of that sort of scene. Think of Seven of Wands, in mental shorthand, as ‘Both defense and offense in social pressure.’

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Keep in mind that in your spread these two cards can oppose one another, in which case you have something like ‘I’m not letting (anything) undermine our family values,’ with Ten of Cups being the family values. That, of course, is the defense in Seven of Wands to the influence in Six of Wands.

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With Ten of Cups, our story can easily be political, because Ten of Cups is a community (any level, any size community). For example, Seven of Wands is a protest (in-your-face opposition) by disadvantaged people who feel taken advantage of (Six of Wands). Ten of Cups makes that a public protest.

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The very same cards represent a couple in a happy love relationship or marriage (Ten of Cups), who aren’t about to let anyone interfere with (Seven of Wands as the defense) or undermine (Six of Wands) their relationship (Ten of Cups). Strangely, Six of Wands and Ten of Cups both involve role-playing, fitting in.

So the interplay between Seven and Wands and Six of Wands is complicated, very complex.

Ten of Cups in our spread today is the inert bystander, the people who are acted upon, most of the time. It represents the group. Ten of Cups can be ‘us’ and can be ‘everybody’ and can be the public. In this spread, Ten of Cups exerts social pressure (Six of Wands) on people who resist its influence (Seven of Wands).

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Seven of Wands and Six of Wands have appeared twice before in our site’s spreads. As a matter of fact, today’s exact three cards have appeared in Tarot Readings for You for January 18, 2015 Sunday© or http://tarotverbatim.com/tag/ten-of-cups-and-six-of-wands/ – which is against all odds. Several people commented that that spread was the way things were around them.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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All three of these Rider Waite Tarot cards involve social pressure. Seven of Wands is in-your-face pressure; Six of Wands is more subtle influence to serve another’s interest; Ten of Cups is the good people everybody wants to consider himself one of.

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Seven of Wands and Six of Wands together get your attention: Six of Wands is always quietly up to something, even if it’s only pretending to fit in and putting the best face on. Six of Wands is pretending to go along with them: Six of Wands is covert (hidden, undeclared) opposition to a group’s purpose. It’s also going along with the group’s program despite reservations. And it’s also being influenced against your will (propaganda, lying, seduction, sales pressure, etc.).

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Seven of Wands is overt (in-your-face) disruption or overt opposition – pushing people around, say. Seven of Wands is also the defense to this disruption or opposition. You can think of Seven of Wands as ‘Gimme the car keys, and, no, I ain’t fillin’ the tank’ or as ‘I’m mad as hell and won’t take that anymore.’ Mooch confronts host with demands, or host has had enough and rebels: both sides of that story.

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Seven of Wands represents both the offensive demands, and the defense to that kind of behavior. How does this come about? – well, the story is that neighbors banded together to take this man’s land, and he is putting up a fight. So Seven of Wands is about both sides of that sort of scene. Think of Seven of Wands, in mental shorthand, as ‘Both defense and offense in social pressure.’

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Keep in mind that in your spread these two cards can oppose one another, in which case you have something like ‘I’m not letting (anything) undermine our family values,’ with Ten of Cups being the family values. That, of course, is the defense in Seven of Wands to the influence in Six of Wands.

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With Ten of Cups, our story can easily be political, because Ten of Cups is a community (any level, any size community). For example, Seven of Wands is a protest (in-your-face opposition) by disadvantaged people who feel taken advantage of (Six of Wands). Ten of Cups makes that a public protest.

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The very same cards represent a couple in a happy love relationship or marriage (Ten of Cups), who aren’t about to let anyone interfere with (Seven of Wands as the defense) or undermine (Six of Wands) their relationship (Ten of Cups). Strangely, Six of Wands and Ten of Cups both involve role-playing, fitting in.

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So the interplay between Seven and Wands and Six of Wands is complicated, very complex.

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Ten of Cups in our spread today is the inert bystander, the people who are acted upon. It represents the group. Ten of Cups can be ‘us’ and can be ‘everybody’ and can be the public. In this spread, Ten of Cups exerts social pressure (Six of Wands) on people who resist its influence (Seven of Wands).

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Seven of Wands and Six of Wands have appeared twice before in our site’s spreads. As a matter of fact, today’s exact three cards have appeared in Tarot Readings for You for January 18, 2015 Sunday© or http://tarotverbatim.com/tag/ten-of-cups-and-six-of-wands/ – which is against all odds. Several people commented that that spread was the way things were around them.

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Seven of Wands We interrupt our program to present Seven of Wands, who does that best. Seven of Wands can be the mouthy mooch, and Seven of Wands can be fighting for what’s yours, and Seven of Wands can be ‘most any insistence or denial. Seven of Wands is overt, is in your face, is often loud. Think of a teenager (or a drunk) who demands the car keys. Think of the intruder having a fit. Even the bill collector. Think of anything unpleasant that catches you by surprise, that you are unprepared for, that catches you off-guard.

The scene you are looking at that represents these meanings is a fellow rousted from bed in his nightshirt, with only one boot on – rousted by invading and trespassing neighbors who mean him harm, mean to take what is his. He is expected to win against overwhelming odds. That expectation is sometimes the meaning of Seven of Wands in your layout.

Ten of Cups Ten of Cups is ‘one big happy family.’ It stands for a group of people who have something in common – anything, any group – and it stands for group mind. Specifically, this is good people, an okay bunch of people. Like two other group cards (Four of Wands and Ten of Pentacles), Ten of Cups is a marriage card. This is the happy prosperous American-dream type couple with the ideal boy-and-girl kids. This is the way we are supposed to be, and there’s an undertone to Ten of Cups about conforming. Think ‘The Moral Majority’ of a few years ago there. Ten of Cups also means house, home, neighborhood, and belonging.

Six of Wands      Six of Wands is at it again: interference in your affairs. Lots of possibilities as to what form or what kind of influence is being exerted. Six of Wands is to act as if, and that pretense applies in various ways. One of them is ‘to act as if this isn’t really happening.’ Six of Wands is also the frenemy, the out-for-myself strategist. It’s the sales pitch, seduction, advertising, propaganda, ‘leading me on,’ and it’s the hypocrisy of acting like a decent person.

When it isn’t being secret obstruction, Six of Wands is fitting in, putting the best face on, playing your expected role, going along with the program, and being influenced by your fellows. That influence can be to behave, or to misbehave, depending on what the group’s mores is. A gang of juveniles, for example, will have each kid’s parents claiming those other bad kids led their kid astray.) A church group will have the members denying whatever they are up to, to look good and fit in.

So how does this picture mean all that, anyway? You have to know the story. The horse looking into the camera tips an observant person off to the fact that something is not what it seems in the victory the folks are celebrating. Six of Wands is the story of the abduction of King Richard III of England. He won a battle with invading Arabs, and chased the retreating troops. It was a trap instigated by his buddy the second in line to the throne. So Six of Wands depicts when you’re winning and everything is looking good, but something is going on that you don’t know about behind the scene of your victory.

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You find yourself part of an established culture here, there and everywhere. If it’s a comfortable fit, you just slide right in. It if totally goes against your grain, you are an outsider quietly obstructing the group. If being there has some advantage to you, but you are not really their kind, you fit in as best you can and act like a member of the cast. There’s a pressure to be one of each crowd you associate with, and there’s your reaction and response to that influence every day over and over.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Ten of Cups

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Be forceful SEVEN OF WANDS with a relative TEN OF CUPS who is taking advantage SIX OF WANDS.

We all TEN OF CUPS fight it SEVEN OF WANDS but then go along with it anyway SIX OF WANDS.

Not prepared SEVEN OF WANDS for the games SIX OF WANDS of married life TEN OF CUPS.

At the public meeting TEN OF CUPS to oppose SEVEN OF WANDS some subterfuge SIX OF WANDS.

He raises hell SEVEN OF WANDS in the house TEN OF CUPS to get his own way SIX OF WANDS.

Everybody is for TEN OF CUPS what I’m against SEVEN OF WANDS, so I go along with the majority SIX OF WANDS.

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Six of Wands

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He is against SEVEN OF WANDS getting married TEN OF CUPS but is going along with it SIX OF WANDS.

I feel such pressure SEVEN OF WANDS to pretend SIX OF WANDS to be happy and well-adjusted TEN OF CUPS.

I am pushing myself SEVEN OF WANDS to look like SIX OF WANDS I belong here TEN OF CUPS.

Secretly SIX OF WANDS against SEVEN OF WANDS what everybody is for TEN OF CUPS.

Overt pressure SEVEN OF WANDS and covert pressure SIX OF WANDS to be like everyone else TEN OF CUPS.

Both open opposition SEVEN OF WANDS and undeclared opposition SIX OF WANDS to a good community life TEN OF CUPS.

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Tarot Readings: Ten of Cups and Six of Wands

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He only pretends SIX OF WANDS he is happily married TEN OF CUPS, and how he does insist SEVEN OF WANDS!

All my friends are all for it TEN OF CUPS, so I go along with it SIX OF WANDS, but I have serious reservations SEVEN OF WANDS.

I mistrust the wholesome look here TEN OF CUPS and SIX OF WANDS, and want no part of it SEVEN OF WANDS.

He has snowed everybody TEN OF CUPS but me TEN OF CUPS and SEVEN OF WANDS with his harangues SEVEN OF WANDS.

He acts as if SIX OF WANDS he is one of the good guys TEN OF CUPS when confronted SEVEN OF WANDS.

Nobody dares SEVEN OF WANDS undermine SIX OF WANDS our love relationship TEN OF CUPS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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…..    Seven of Wands and Ten of Cups      Be forceful with a relative. We all fight it. Not prepared for married life.*** At the public meeting to oppose …. He raises hell in the house. Everybody is for what I’m against. He is against getting married. I feel such pressure to be happy and well-adjusted.*** I am pushing myself to belong here. Against what everybody is for. Overt pressure to be like everyone else. Open opposition to a good community life. How he does insist he is happily married! All my friends are for it, but I have serious reservations. I want no part of the wholesome look here. He has _ everybody but me with his harangues. He is one of the good guys when confronted. Nobody dares _ our love relationship. x

.. .. Seven of Wands and Six of Wands      Be forceful with who is taking advantage. … fight it, but then go along with it anyway. Not prepared for the games …. Oppose some subterfuge. He raises hell to get his own way. … what I’m against, so I go along with the majority. He is against _ but is going along with it. I feel such pressure to pretend …. I am pushing myself to look like …. Secretly against …. Overt pressure and covert pressure.*** Both open opposition and undeclared opposition …. He only pretends, and how he does insist! I go along with it but I have serious reservations. I mistrust _ and want no part of it. He has snowed _ but me with his harangues. x

…… ..    Ten of Cups and Six of Wands      A relative who is taking advantage. We all go along with it anyway. The games of married life. At the public meet about some subterfuge. … in the house to get his own way. Everybody is for it, so I go along with the majority. … getting married, but he is going along with it. Going along with getting married. Pretend to be happy and well-adjusted. … myself to look like I belong here. Secretly against what everybody is for. Covert pressure to be like everyone else. Undeclared opposition to a good community life. Only pretends to be happily married. All my friends are all for it, so I go along with it. I mistrust the wholesome look here. He has snowed everybody. He acts as if he is one of the good guys. Undermine our love relationship. x

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  1. Tina

    I just read this and it would fit perfectly to my work environment, although I do not feel like I am begrudgingly trying to fit in because I do fit in. In fact, I am quite established and rooted in my job and the environment it creates; at least I hope so.
    I’ll have to see about how it will ‘actually’ affect me since these spreads relate to more than just the day they are posted, as Emily has pointed out before.

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