Tarot Readings for You for June 15, 2016 Wednesday©

Jun 14, 2016 by

GUIDANCE        As social animals, we tend to take a cue from the people around us. If they are uneasy or jittery, we too feel defensive. We let jealous people or neurotic people wear us down, and we take family goings-on personally. Tension is in the air for us to pick up on when a couple is warring. If we work for a company that is disliked, we actually take on a defensive stance. And we are uneasy around touchy people too. Today, we pay attention to this tendency of ours.

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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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Four of Wands – Page of Swords – Nine of Wands

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Four of Wands and Page of Swords

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Marriage is thrilling and scary too.

A jealous spouse constantly wears you down.

Just being around some people is so much pressure you feel besieged.

Worried about belonging but thrilled to be a member here.

We just have to put up with and live through wedding jitters.

A couple faces a hard time and stands their ground.

The house is making me nervous; I’m on pins and needles about what may happen.

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Tarot Readings: Four of Wands and Nine of Wands

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Being trapped in a marriage is a panic.

Defending yourself against family is a never-ending grind.

This family gets on my last nerve and drives me crazy.

I’m so afraid of hurting people’s feelings.

When people around you are uneasy, you take it personally.

Tensions between a warring couple put tension in the air.

This company is perceived as a threat, so we have to be alert.

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Tarot Readings: Page of Swords and Nine of Wands

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You never know what’s going to happen when you are faced with getting married.

I’m one of those people who is anxious and always feeling defensive.

Members are antsy about what may be happening here.

Edgy people make me as tense as they are.

Are you uneasy around touchy people too?

Jealousy is a threat to our union.

You defend those people so much you come under the same suspicion.

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Four of Wands A society wedding is a public occasion here, as the business of all the people who are part of the, shall we say, tax base. So Four of Wands, besides being marriage and family, is about membership and belonging. In Tarot Verbatim’s™ Rider Waite interpretations, all three marriage cards also represent group life of humans, from the couple to family to neighborhood to city, county, state, nation, world and whatever else may be.

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Today Four of Wands is marriage and spouse and wedding and the house as usual, and it is also ‘people.’

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The other marriage cards that also represent human groups, clans and tribes are Ten of Cups (which shows a couple with two kids in a good neighborhood) and Ten of Pentacles, the negative one, which shows a family quarrel in what could be construed as either a good or a bad neighborhood.

Page of Swords You could call him free-floating anxiety, or ambient stress, or even idiopathic anger, but the short cut way to think of Page of Swords is ‘adrenaline.’ Because he is in an excited state for any cause: thrilled, jealous, anticipating, feeling threatened, on pins and needles, panic, being driven crazy, afraid, tension, taking something personally, being on the alert or on the lookout, antsy, edgy, angry, irritated, touchy, defensive, assertive, or caffeine jitters. Yes, this is the card for a hyped-up person.

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Page of Swords is when you feel something’s up and don’t know why, and Page of Swords is when you are picking up the emotional disturbance in the air. Page of Swords is things going ‘bump’ in the night. And Page of Swords is the night before the big test, when you are studying like crazy, dreading, and nervous about the score.

Nine of Wands You are trapped in a situation that has already harmed you in some way, and you are hanging in there standing your ground as it constantly wears you down. Tension is constant and you are uneasy for some good reason that you just have to put up with and live through, or at least that is what you feel you must do: Nine of Wands is Alamo time.

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Nine of Wands also comes up for being under suspicion, for being on the defensive as you are persecuted or harassed, and for being accused – for things like staying in an abusive situation. It’s also for real soldiers in real battles, and for wounded veterans, because our guy guarding that border has a head would. (Speaking of which Nine of Wands can speak of a head wound or headaches.)

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A three-card spread in which two of them are near-identical and one is bland or neutral tends to be difficult to make more than a few sentences out of. This is such a spread. Page of Swords and Nine of Wands are both all about fear, anxiety, tension, apprehension, being on edge, being on guard, being on the defensive, feeling pressured, feeling very uncomfortable, antsy, uneasy and even touchy. Both Page of Swords and Nine of Wands feel threatened by ‘something out there’ and are holding their ground re that. And these are the main meanings of each.

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The reason Tarot has these similar cards is to indicate a theme for a larger spread. When two of these twins meet up in close three-card quarters, you are going to have some fancy phrasing to do. Which, yes, we have done here.

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Nine of Wands has a fresh wound from his battle with something. He dreads the thing that hurt him coming back, but he is there holding his ground despite the fear. The card applies to emotional wounds most of its practical real-life Tarot spread life, but the picture shows a wounded soldier still on duty guarding the fort, hanging in there and sweating it out. Note there is no expectation of winning in Nine of Wands, only a hope of surviving. Note also Nine of Wands is long-term, chronic, unremitting.

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Page of Swords has two main applications. One of them is similar to Nine of Wands, and that’s the one of being fearful of the unseen, of things that go ‘bump’ in the night. Page of Swords too is on edge, pressured, and dreading what next.

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But Page of Swords is also the nerved-up-for-no-reason annoying neurotic, the pest, the irritating irrational around you. He tends to hang out with Seven of Wands as the mouthy mooch who intends to annoy you into doing (or not doing) something. Page of Swords is not a grownup, not the seasoned veteran we see in Nine of Wands.

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So who’s the third element to complete this picture? – Four of Wands. Four of Wands is just other people, from a couple to a family to a neighborhood, and on out to any size group of people that has something in common – maybe something as inconsequential and random as a border. Four of Wands is ‘us,’ ‘them,’ ‘people’ and ‘those people’ or ‘that company’ or ‘that family.’ Today it represents both the people or company that is the source of the .. angst the other two cards represent, or is people who are feeling that .. angst.

So today’s message is a reminder that things around you can affect you like a virus on a doorknob does, and not to catch the dis-ease emitted by ... disturbed fellow humans.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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A three-card spread in which two of them are near-identical and one is bland or neutral tends to be difficult to make more than a few sentences. This is such a spread. Page of Swords and Nine of Wands are both all about fear, anxiety, tension, apprehension, being on edge, being on guard, being on the defensive, feeling pressured, feeling very uncomfortable, antsy, uneasy and even touchy. Both Page of Swords and Nine of Wands feel threatened by ‘something out there’ and are holding their ground re that. And these are the main meanings of each.

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The reason Tarot has these similar cards is to indicate a theme for a larger spread. When two of these twins meet up in close three-card quarters, you are going to have some fancy phrasing to do. Which, yes, we have done here.

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Nine of Wands has a fresh wound from his battle with something. He dreads the thing that hurt him coming back, but he is there holding his ground despite the fear. The card applies to emotional wounds most of its practical real-life Tarot spread life, but the picture shows a wounded soldier still on duty guarding the fort, hanging in there and sweating it out. Note there is no expectation of winning in Nine of Wands, only a hope of surviving. Note also Nine of Wands is long-term, chronic, unremitting.

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Page of Swords has two main applications. One of them is similar to Nine of Wands, and that’s the one of being fearful of the unseen, of things that go ‘bump’ in the night. Page of Swords too is on edge, pressured, and dreading what next.

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But Page of Swords is also the nerved-up-for-no-reason annoying neurotic, the pest, the irritating irrational around you. He tends to hang out with Seven of Wands as the mouthy mooch who intends to annoy you into doing (or not doing) something. Page of Swords is not a grownup, not the seasoned veteran we see in Nine of Wands.

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So who’s the third element to complete this picture? – Four of Wands. Four of Wands is just other people, from a couple to a family to a neighborhood, and on out to any size group of people that has something in common – maybe something as inconsequential and random as a border. Four of Wands is ‘us,’ ‘them,’ ‘people’ and ‘those people’ or ‘that company’ or ‘that family.’ Today it represents both the people or company that is the source of the angst the other two cards represent, or is people who are feeling that angst.

So today’s message is a reminder that things around you can affect you like a virus on a doorknob does, and not to catch the dis-ease emitted by disturbed fellow humans.

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Some days and some people get to you, often people who aren’t really part of your story who want you to be part of theirs for no good reason. Mr. Gulliver had that problem, if you remember, in Lilliput. It’s a constant grinding letdown trying to live a life that makes sense among people who do not. (We salute you.)

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