Tarot Readings for You for June 18-19, 2016 Weekend©

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 GUIDANCE     Emergencies come and go, but I am always ready … maybe, to defend my home-front. Drama backfires on people who stir things up. I’ve got to quit doing the same things over and over, and keep pushing until there’s a breakthrough. One unexpected thing after another is coming at me, and this is an immediate challenge to do just anything immediately to turn things around and break the cycle.

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Two of Pentacles – Seven of Wands – Tower

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Two of Pentacles and Seven of Wands

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I keep pushing myself until I suddenly burst through.

It’s one confrontation after another with the mooch.

It’s quite an effort, over and over, to quit this once and for all.

The pressure is on to do just anything – immediately.

Faced with one unexpected thing after another.

An unstable guy breaks things when he gets mad.

Give it everything you’ve got to keep it moving until it implodes.

Keeping a situation that could go either way from blowing up.

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Tarot Readings: Two of Pentacles and Tower

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Listen, you have to break the cycle.

You’re putting out one fire after another these days.

To divorce, or to fight for your home.

Almost quit under pressure.

A drama goes on for a while in spite of your best efforts.

Got to prevent getting dizzy and falling down.

You turn something around instantly by your own effort.

One unexpected darn thing after another coming at me.

They come at me with one thing after another that I debunk.

A divorce rocks his boat: He is not ready for this.

A drastic change is in process, an immediate challenge.

I’ve GOT to quit doing the same thing over and over.

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Tower

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The blowback from hellraising.

Maybe our next big push will be a breakthrough.

Whenever he is confronted, he has a temper fit.

Raise hell one more time and get fired.

Not ready for yet another divorce.

Just shoot the trespasser next time.

You may be confronted with some emergency.

One thought after another strikes that I’m not ready for.

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Two of Pentacles Juggling is a consistent effort to keep things moving, over and over again, time after time, turn after turn, one after another, in a steady process that goes on for a while. A juggler keeps at it.

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Ships tossing on the waves behind the juggler give us the opposite meanings to the concept of a continuing process: They are as unstable as the juggler’s steady movements are stable. This Two of Pentacles card, therefore, has opposite meanings we have to live with and use creatively.

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Two of Pentacles is, therefore, a situation that could go either way as well as a steady effort to keep that situation going the same way. That is today’s story. Two of Pentacles represents the process itself – any process.

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Phrases like ‘each time, ‘one more time,’ and next time,’ ‘yet another,’ ‘over and over’ also are delivered by Two of Pentacles. It also owns cycles and things cyclic.

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Two of Pentacles belongs to the instability theme due to those ships. ‘Maybe’ is a frequent translate for instability cards. Today it says ‘an unstable guy’ too.

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Two of Pentacles is movement, obviously, and it will translate all sorts of movements applied to all kinds of things. Today, for example, Two of Pentacles is rocking the boat; it stirs up; and it even gets dizzy.

(Two of Pentacles is not being silly today.)

Seven of Wands –  Here you are minding your own business and the fire alarm goes off just as your mooch starts another tirade about another benefit. Pressure and stress. The big challenge. Preventing something worse from happening. Seven of Wands is that ‘up to my butt in alligators’ emergency phase we all encounter, especially the kind of alligators that trespass on your space to occupy you, and you have to drop whatever you are doing to put out the fire. But Seven of Wands represents the flip side of that situation too – the time when you are the demanding defender of your space, the ‘mad as hell and won’t take that anymore’ moments. So Seven of Wands is about confronting and being confronted, resisting and being resisted, being the buttinski or putting up with one.

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Seven of Wands is pushing yourself, is ‘giving it everything you’ve got,’ is that big effort that can get you over the hump. Seven of Wands is engaging in that ‘I’ve GOT to do it’ project.

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Mr. Seven of Wands is outnumbered by those invading neighbors, but is expected to win this fight against the odds. And yes, Seven of Wands is a fight/struggle/defend theme card. There are times people do try to take another’s real estate (foreclosure, eminent domain, for instance). Seven of Wands is the card for that struggle, and the card for trespass in general.

Tower The illustration is the Tower of Babel, an event that appears in the earliest histories of quite a few civilizations. This very first tall building was an attempt to preserve the unity of all people as their numbers spread them out over a distance that was separating them, and causing language to change so that communication was strained. God didn’t like the United Nations idea, and down the building went, not to be rebuilt. This drama made a huge impression upon people of its time. So Tower represents a dramatic change as well as a dramatic confrontation. It also represents rage: God was mad. And Tower is your card for a temper fit.

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So Tower is destruction, bursting, breaking, blowing up, falling down … including bursting through and a breakthrough, and even being thrown out (say, of the house, or of a meeting). In the Bible recount, the Tower was evil because it was seen as a rebellion against God … ‘man’s pride’ being a very bad thing. Tower is overthrow, especially a comeuppance sort of overthrow, in which the bad guy or bad thing ‘gets it.’ A common title for this card (across different decks) is ‘Destruction of Evil.’

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The suddenness of the event in Tower’s illustration makes ‘sudden’ a very frequent translate of Tower, along with: unexpected, immediately, instantly, emergency, blowback, and backfires. And Tower is about a sudden end (often dramatic), which is how Tower becomes a divorce, breaking up, quitting, getting fired Tarot card.

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Any sort of explosion obviously belongs to this Tower card, which includes discharging a firearm of any sort. Tarot can differentiate between weapons in questions about assault, and this one says it’s a firearm. (Naturally, grenades and bombs belong to Tower too.) Speaking of assault, it’s obvious Tower means to hit, to strike, a blow, etc.

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There are some other meanings to Tower but these are the common ones. I mean, lightning strikes, a thought strikes, a volcano erupts, there’s a short circuit, Fourth of July fireworks, etc.

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Seven of Wands and Tower are each emergency situations. Together, they are a very dramatic assault or confrontation in which something or someone is overthrown and/or destroyed. They describe a rebellion or uprising, and they describe a dramatic confrontational parting of the ways: divorce, quitting, getting fired, getting thrown out. They also describe a demanding pushy person’s major temper fit.

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Other stories Seven of Wands and Tower tell are about the effort behind (Seven of Wands) a major breakthrough (Tower); being confronted (Seven of Wands) and making a point that debunks (Tower); being forced (Seven of Wands) to quit or to fire someone (Tower); and just having a breakdown (Tower) under the stress of it all (Seven of Wands); the effort it takes (Seven of Wands) to quit something (Tower); being forced, under pressure (Seven of Wands) to quit (Tower); having to, any way you can (Seven of Wands with a little help from his Two of Pentacles friend) break (Tower) the cycle (Two of Pentacles).

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Two of Pentacles just says it’s ongoing, and that it could go either way. He is a bystander in today’s main stories. But Two of Pentacles also lends that steady effort to the hard effort that Seven of Wands is making. That’s where we get ‘Keep pushing until you break through.’

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Two of Pentacles also serves to designate Seven of Wands’ behavior as unstable or just pushy in some of our one-sentence readings. That’s because Seven of Wands can be the mouthy demanding person, and Two of Pentacles brings out the goofiness of that end of his spectrum.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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Seven of Wands and Tower are each emergency situations. Together, they are a very dramatic assault or confrontation in which something or someone is overthrown and/or destroyed. They describe a rebellion or uprising, and they describe a dramatic confrontational parting of the ways: divorce, quitting, getting fired, getting thrown out. They also describe a demanding pushy person’s major temper fit.

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Other stories Seven of Wands and Tower tell are about the effort behind (Seven of Wands) a major breakthrough (Tower); being confronted (Seven of Wands) and making a point that debunks (Tower); being forced (Seven of Wands) to quit or to fire someone (Tower); and just having a breakdown (Tower) under the stress of it all (Seven of Wands); the effort it takes (Seven of Wands) to quit something (Tower); being forced, under pressure (Seven of Wands) to quit (Tower); having to, any way you can (Seven of Wands with a little help from his Two of Pentacles friend) break (Tower) the cycle (Two of Pentacles).

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Two of Pentacles just says it’s ongoing, and that it could go either way. He is a bystander in today’s main stories. But Two of Pentacles also lends that steady effort to the hard effort that Seven of Wands is making. That’s where we get ‘Keep pushing until you break through.’

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Two of Pentacles also serves to designate Seven of Wands’ behavior as unstable or just pushy in some of our one-sentence readings. That’s because Seven of Wands can be the mouthy demanding person, and Two of Pentacles brings out the goofiness of that end of his spectrum. ……

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Quite often we have to do the same thing over and over before there’s an effect. Sometimes that’s a good thing, and sometimes it’s a nasty surprise. He keeps rocking the boat until over it goes, or a breakthrough requires keeping up the effort for a while. We look at all sorts of ways this process … and it is a process … applies. It’s like pushing that vehicle out of where it’s stuck, hacking away at a tree until it falls over, or keep pumping until it flushes. It’s like doing something challenging enough times that it’s now an easy routine.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Two of Pentacles and Seven of Wands

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I keep TWO OF PENTACLES pushing myself SEVEN OF WANDS until I suddenly burst through TOWER.

It’s one confrontation after another TWO OF PENTACLES with the mooch SEVEN OF WANDS and TOWER both mean confrontation..

It’s quite an effort SEVEN OF WANDS, over and over TWO OF PENTACLES, to quit this once and for all TOWER.

The pressure is on SEVEN OF WANDS to do just anything TWO OF PENTACLES – immediately TOWER.

Faced with SEVEN OF WANDS one unexpected TOWER thing after another TWO OF PENTACLES.

An unstable guy TWO OF PENTACLES breaks things TOWER when he gets mad SEVEN OF WANDS.

Give it everything you’ve got SEVEN OF WANDS to keep it moving TWO OF PENTACLES until it implodes TOWER.

Keeping a situation that could go either way TWO OF PENTACLES from SEVEN OF WANDS blowing up TOWER.

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Tarot Readings: Two of Pentacles and Tower

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Listen, you have to SEVEN OF WANDS break TOWER the cycle TWO OF PENTACLES.

You’re putting out SEVEN OF WANDS one fire TOWER after another TWO OF PENTACLES these days.

To divorce TOWER, or to TWO OF PENTACLES fight for your home SEVEN OF WANDS.

Almost TWO OF PENTACLES quit TOWER under pressure SEVEN OF WANDS.

A drama TOWER goes on for a while TWO OF PENTACLES in spite of your best efforts SEVEN OF WANDS.

Got to prevent SEVEN OF WANDS getting dizzy TWO OF PENTACLES and falling down TOWER.

You turn something around TWO OF PENTACLES instantly TOWER by your own effort SEVEN OF WANDS.

One unexpected TOWER darn thing after another TWO OF PENTACLES coming at me SEVEN OF WANDS.

They come at me with SEVEN OF WANDS one thing after another TWO OF PENTACLES that I debunk TOWER.

A divorce TOWER rocks his boat TWO OF PENTACLES: He is not ready for this SEVEN OF WANDS.

A drastic change TOWER is in process TWO OF PENTACLES, an immediate challenge SEVEN OF WANDS.

I’ve GOT to SEVEN OF WANDS quit TOWER doing the same thing over and over TWO OF PENTACLES.

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Tower

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The blowback TWO OF PENTACLES and TOWER from hellraising SEVEN OF WANDS.

Maybe TWO OF PENTACLES our next big push SEVEN OF WANDS will be a breakthrough TOWER.

Whenever TWO OF PENTACLES he is confronted SEVEN OF WANDS, he has a temper fit TOWER.

Raise hell SEVEN OF WANDS one more time TWO OF PENTACLES and get fired TOWER.

Not ready for SEVEN OF WANDS yet another TWO OF PENTACLES divorce TOWER.

Just shoot TOWER the trespasser SEVEN OF WANDS next time TWO OF PENTACLES.

You may be TWO OF PENTACLES confronted with SEVEN OF WANDS some emergency TOWER.

One thought after another TWO OF PENTACLES strikes TOWER that I’m not ready for SEVEN OF WANDS. TOWER is ‘a thought strikes.’

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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…..   Two of Pentacles and Seven of Wands       I keep pushing myself. It’s one confrontation after another with the mooch. It’s one _ after another with the mooch. It’s quite an effort, over and over. The pressure is on to do just anything. Faced with one thing after another. An unstable guy … when he gets mad. Give it everything you’ve got to keep it moving. Keeping a situation that could go either way from …. Listen, you have to _ the cycle. You’re putting out one _ after another these days. To _ or to fight for your home. Almost _ under pressure. _ goes on for a while in spite of your best efforts. Got to prevent getting dizzy. You turn something around by your own effort. One thing after another coming at me. They come at me with one thing after another. … rocks his boat: He is not ready for this. … is in process, an immediate challenge. I’ve GOT to do the same thing over and over. The _back from hellraising. Maybe our next big push will be …. Whenever he is confronted …. Raise hell one more time. Not ready for yet another _. Just _ the trespasser next time. You maybe confronted with …. One _ after another strikes that I’m not ready for. x

.. .. Two of Pentacles and Tower      I keep _ until I suddenly burst through. It’s one confrontation after another. … over and over, to quit this once and for all. … to do just anything – immediately. One unexpected thing after another. An unstable guy breaks things. Keep it moving until it implodes. … a situation that could go either way blows up. Break the cycle. One fire after another these days. To divorce, or to …. Almost quit. A drama goes on for a while. Getting dizzy and falling down. You turn something around instantly. One unexpected darn thing after another. One thing after another that I debunk. A divorce rocks his boat. A drastic change is in process. Quit doing the same thing over and over again. The blowback. Maybe _ will be a breakthrough. Whenever he is confronted …. … one more time and get fired. Yet another divorce. Just shoot next time. You may _ some emergency. One thought after another strikes. x

…… ..     Seven of Wands and Tower      I push myself until I suddenly burst through. Confrontation with the mooch. It’s quite an effort to quit this once and for all. The pressure is on to … immediately. Faced with an unexpected thing. Breaks things when he gets mad. Give it everything you’ve got until it implodes. Keeping a situation from blowing up. You have to break …. You’re putting out a fire. To divorce … fight for your home. Quit under pressure. A drama in spite of your best efforts. Got to prevent falling down. … instantly, by your own effort. An unexpected thing coming at me. They come at me with _ that I debunk. A divorce … he is not ready for this. A drastic change, an immediate challenge. I’ve got to quit. The blowback from hellraising. The big push is a breakthrough. When confronted, he has a temper fit. Raise hell and get fired. Not ready for a divorce. Just shoot the trespasser. Confronted with some emergency. A thought strikes that I am not ready for. x

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