Tarot Readings for You for June 16, 2016 Thursday©

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  GUIDANCE    We report a sort of tug-of-war. We want to look good or to be good, so we stifle some aspects of ourselves. And we also stifle the factors that keep us from being the person we want to be, or to appear to be. So sometimes it’s ourselves we limit, and sometimes it’s something else. The idea is to look good and be a good guy. We speak of handicaps, and we speak of handicapping some things. That’s it.

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Page of Wands – Devil – Eight of Swords

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Page of Wands and Devil

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It’s a problem looking perfectly normal when you are disabled.

Am well-dressed and well-spoken; I just cannot let myself be homely.

Talking about how bad you feel puts a damper on things.

I hate my name; it pigeonholes me.

Curse words are not allowed.

A speech impediment is what holds him back.

A bad guy who looks good is a trap.

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Tarot Readings: Page of Wands and Eight of Swords

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No way am I good-looking, and that’s a handicap.

Can’t talk about my problem.

Some fault we can’t talk about.

His dying young is my problem.

My handsome man’s death was horrible.

I can tell them it’s a problem, but I can’t do anything about it.

It’s the physical limitations that are the problem here.

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Tarot Readings: Devil and Eight of Swords

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Stuck here, I am my worst self.

Doing my best, limited by my suffering.

A good guy is in prison for a crime.

By preventing disease, we are in good shape.

‘Keep the toxins out,’ is our message.

He makes speeches to prevent crime.

Stifling my vices makes me a good person.

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Page of Wands A person’s image or type, especially a good person who looks good, is one main branch of Page of Wands’ meaning tree, and the other is speaking, especially speaking up and standing up for who you are and what you believe.

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The cards that represent a person’s image are stand-ins for pronouns, of course. So put a pronoun with a word that pertains to speaking, talk, say tell, etc. and Page of Wands is it. First person pronouns and singular male pronouns predominate, of course.

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Pages were young men who were sent to a neighboring knight to be trained in knighthood, so all the pages can be youthful or young. Pages were apprentices, so they can also represent the beginning of a phase of life or a new profession.

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Page of Wands also is the physical body, and being in good shape. It can even translate ‘physical’ sometimes. (So can Devil.)

Devil Well, Devil is bad in Rider Waite. It frequently translates bad and wrong and worst, as well as horrible and terrible, crime and vice, problem and trouble, filth and toxins. Suffering and disease belong to Devil too, any sort of disease or sickness – but Page of Wands with Devil specifies physical disease, because Page of Wands is the body.

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Devil shares meanings about being stuck, handicapped, and limited with Eight of Swords. Both their illustrations contain bindings on a person. Both bindings are loose. Both Devil and Eight of Swords therefore can indicate that what holds (you) back is something (you) can get out of – and this idea applies not just to people but to anything.

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Devil is a bad guy or an evil person, entity, organization or thing. Devil means ugly, and it means harmful.

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Devil isn’t always a heavy card. It can designate a nearby card as the problem; it refers to trouble generally; it sometimes means obligation or physically attached in some way – like a trailer hitch or even a staple or paper clip.

Eight of Swords You see a defeated-looking dame loosely tied standing in a swamp surrounded by swords which have their tips in the mud. No one is around. Eight of Swords in Tarot Verbatim™ is the actual death card. Meanings in Tarot Verbatim™ are whatever is observed in ‘the field,’ in actual practice, so I have no reason why this card – which means helpless, tied up, prevented, can’t, stuck, limited, locked, prison, disabled, not allowed, contained and restrained, stifle, and what holds a person or anything else back – is the death card. It just is.

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Much of the time, Eight of Swords contributes ‘can’t’ to your reading. It shows up regularly for the kind of ‘can’t’ that really means ‘won’t’ or ‘choose not to.’ I dub that application of Eight of Swords ‘can’titis.’ People say ‘my hands are tied’ and ‘I’m tied up’ as excuses not to do something or not to be somewhere.

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Another unexpected meaning for Eight of Swords is prevention. To be prevented from some action is to be tied up.

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Eight of Swords also sometimes apples to being locked in a category or pigeonholed. The glass ceiling operation.

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You can see loose bindings in both Devil and Eight of Swords, which suggest putting up with something that limits, or allowing something to be hampered. Often, oneself. Eight of Swords is feeling or being helpless, feeling or being shut in, feeling or being suffocated. And Eight of Swords can translate ‘helpless’ as well as ‘hopeless.’ The bindings can refer to actual attachments or ties on a physical object. Devil is malattachment, attachment to something that is wrong, like a vice or a bad habit. However, the ‘binding’ or ‘bound’ can translate purely verbatim as the word in ‘binding contract’ or ‘bound by an oath.’ That’s because Tarot Verbatim™ is literal and language-based.

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Eight of Swords often means container or contained – like, if you ask where a lost object is: It’s in a drawer or a safe. Devil and Eight of Swords often are limitations, which is easy to see. Eight of Swords indicates something is locked or locked up, too. Eight of Swords means restrained, stymied, stifled, and not allowed. Eight of Swords – tied up that way – means paralysis, both literal and figurative.

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Devil means suffering, pain, angst and anxiety, hurtful feelings, cruelty, and other general negative concepts like punishment, sin and sinner(s), hate and rudeness, etc.

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You can see how Devil and Eight of Swords can cancel one another out, can be antagonistic to one another, along the lines of ‘can do no wrong.’ Devil is bad things, and Eight of Swords is not letting and is ‘can’t.’ So you have ancient Mother Google’s slogan ‘Don’t be evil.’ They don’t say that anymore, do they?

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Page of Wands refers to the physical body, its condition and its looks, and gets to mean ‘physical’ that way. Devil gets to mean physical by being the lowest plane, the netherworld, the most dense plane.

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Both Devil and Eight of Swords refer to disability, handicap, crippling, physical impairment.

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Page of Wands is the good guy and Devil is the bad guy. Page of Wands is good-looking and Devil is ugly.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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You can see loose bindings in both Devil and Eight of Swords, which suggest putting up with something that limits, or allowing something to be hampered. Often, oneself. Eight of Swords is feeling or being helpless, feeling or being shut in, feeling or being suffocated. And Eight of Swords can translate ‘helpless’ as well as ‘hopeless.’ The bindings can refer to actual attachments or ties on a physical object. Devil is malattachment, attachment to something that is wrong, like a vice or a bad habit. However, the ‘binding’ or ‘bound’ can translate purely verbatim as the word in ‘binding contract’ or ‘bound by an oath.’ ‘ That’s because Tarot Verbatim™ is literal and language-based.

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Eight of Swords often means container or contained – like, if you ask where a lost object is: It’s in a drawer or a safe. Devil and Eight of Swords often are limitations, which is easy to see. Eight of Swords indicates something is locked or locked up, too. It means restrained, stymied, stifled, and not allowed. Eight of Swords – tied up that way – means paralysis, both literal and figurative.

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Devil means suffering, pain, angst and anxiety, hurtful feelings, cruelty, and other general negative concepts like punishment, sin and sinner(s), hate and rudeness, etc.

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You can see how Devil and Eight of Swords can cancel one another out, can be antagonistic, along the lines of ‘can do no wrong.’ Devil is bad things, and Eight of Swords is not letting and is ‘can’t.’ So you have ancient Mother Google’s slogan ‘Don’t be evil.’ They don’t say that anymore, do they?

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Page of Wands refers to the physical body, its condition and its looks, and gets to mean ‘physical’ that way. Devil gets to mean physical by being the lowest plane, the netherworld, the most dense plane.

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Both Devil and Eight of Swords refer to disability, handicap, crippling, physical impairment.

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Page of Wands is the good guy and Devil is the bad guy. Page of Wands is good-looking and Devil is ugly.

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Francois de La Rochefoucauld observed – in French of course – that hypocrisy is the homage that vice renders to virtue. Today our main story is about stifling that bad side – that vice, that ugliness – in order to look like and to be the good guy instead of the bad guy. Along the same lines, we examine the effort it takes for someone who is sick or handicapped to stifle the suffering and appear to have the best life he or she is capable of.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Page of Wands and Devil

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It’s a problem DEVIL looking perfectly normal PAGE OF WANDS when you are disabled EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Am well-dressed and well-spoken PAGE OF WANDS; I just cannot let myself EIGHT OF SWORDS be homely DEVIL.

Talking about PAGE OF WANDS how bad you feel DEVIL puts a damper on things EIGHT OF SWORDS.

I hate DEVIL my name PAGE OF WANDS; it pigeonholes me EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Curse DEVIL words PAGE OF WANDS are not allowed EIGHT OF SWORDS.

A speech PAGE OF WANDS impediment DEVIL is what holds him back EIGHT OF SWORDS.

A bad guy DEVIL who looks good PAGE OF WANDS is a trap EIGHT OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings: Page of Wands and Eight of Swords

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No way EIGHT OF SWORDS am I good-looking PAGE OF WANDS, and that’s a handicap DEVIL.

Can’t EIGHT OF SWORDS talk about PAGE OF WANDS my problem DEVIL.

Some fault DEVIL I can’t EIGHT OF SWORDS talk about PAGE OF WANDS.

His dying EIGHT OF SWORDS young PAGE OF WANDS is my problem DEVIL.

My handsome man’s death EIGHT OF SWORDS was horrible DEVIL.

I can tell them PAGE OF WANDS it’s a problem DEVIL, but I can’t do anything about it EIGHT OF SWORDS.

It’s the physical PAGE OF WANDS limitations EIGHT OF SWORDS that are the problem here DEVIL.

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Tarot Readings: Devil and Eight of Swords

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Stuck here EIGHT OF SWORDS, I am my worst DEVIL self PAGE OF WANDS.

Doing my best PAGE OF WANDS, limited by EIGHT OF SWORDS my suffering DEVIL.

A good guy PAGE OF WANDS is in prison EIGHT OF SWORDS for a crime DEVIL.

By preventing EIGHT OF SWORDS disease DEVIL, we are in good shape PAGE OF WANDS.

‘Keep the toxins DEVIL out EIGHT OF SWORDS,’ is our message PAGE OF WANDS.

He makes speeches PAGE OF WANDS to prevent EIGHT OF SWORDS crime DEVIL.

Stifling my EIGHT OF SWORDS vices DEVIL makes me a good person PAGE OF WANDS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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..   …  Page of Wands and Devil      It’s a problem looking perfectly normal. Am well-dressed and well-spoken; I just … myself be homely. Talking about how bad you feel. I hate my name. Curse words. A speech impediment. A bad guy who looks good. … am I good-looking, and that’s a handicap. Talk about my problem. Some fault I talk about. His _ young is my problem. My handsome man’s _ was horrible. I can tell them it’s a problem. It’s the physical _ that are the problem here. I am my worst self. Doing my best _ by my suffering. A good guy is _ for a crime. By _ disease, we are in good shape. Toxins … is our message. He makes speeches to _ crime. _ my vices makes me a good person. x

…   .. .. Page of Wands and Eight of Swords    Looking perfectly normal when you are disabled. I just cannot let myself …. Am well-dressed and well-spoken; I just cannot …. Talking about _ puts a damper on things. My name pigeonholes me. _ words are not allowed. A speech _ is what holds him back. A _ who looks good is a trap. No way am I good-looking. Can’t talk about _. Some _ I can’t talk about. Dying young. His dying young is …. My handsome man’s death …. I can tell them _ but I can’t do anything about it. It’s the physical limitations that are …. Stuck here, I am my _ self. Doing my best, limited by …. A good guy is in prison. By preventing _, we are in good shape. “Keep the _ out,” is our message. He makes speeches to prevent _. Stifling my _ makes me a good person. x

…… ..    Devil and Eight of Swords      It’s a problem when you are disabled. I just cannot let myself be homely. How bad you feel puts a damper on things. I hate _; it pigeonholes me. Curse _ are not allowed. A _ impediment is what holds him back. A bad guy is a trap. No way … and that’s a handicap. Can’t _ about my problem. Some fault I can’t …. Dying is my problem. Death was horrible. It’s a problem, but I can’t do anything about it. It’s the limitations that are the problem here. Physical limitations. Stuck here … my worst _. Limited by my suffering. _ is in prison for a crime. By preventing disease …. “Keep the _ out” is our message. Prevent crime. Stifling my vices. x

 

 

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  1. Kelly

    This one makes perfect sense regarding a friend.

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