Tarot Readings for You for June 2, 2016 Thursday©

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GUIDANCE     What unites us is what we have in common, but part of what we have in common antagonizes us. What we hate most in people is the echo of what we know (upfront or downunder) is wrong with, or about, us. A really good marriage is one where differences are aired before their pressure blows the pot up. That applies to neighborhoods too. Of course, what we have in common that keeps us together is not always the good things that are fit to print that we have in common. Sometimes having the same susceptibilities, the same weakness, is a bond for a sound relationship.

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Justice – Devil – Ten of Cups

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Justice and Devil

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Resolving our differences made us the happy couple.

The legal system ruins people.

A house is legally condemned.

Marriage is a legal obligation.

The right place for trouble is in our relationships.

Illegal people.

The right kind of sex for us.

Lust has its rightful place in a good marriage.

We all agree on right and wrong.

Addicts get normal in that house.

It’s immoral, it’s legal, and we all enjoy it.

A criminal goes straight and joins the rest of us (‘society’).

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Tarot Readings: Justice and Ten of Cups

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The bond of legal marriage.

Sick people deserve to be happy.

Hates being even in the right marriage.

The right relationship with the wrong person.

The right, and the wrong, marriage.

It’s the reasonable people who take the brunt of it.

Let’s get together and straighten out what we are mad about.

Hate those happy well-adjusted people who are soo right.

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Tarot Readings: Devil and Ten of Cups

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All the wrong people have rights.

These people make sick people okay.

Everybody has faults; it’s all right.

Ugly people are the realistic ones.

I’m right and everybody’s wrong.

You hate everybody, and that’s okay.

A bad neighborhood where I belong.

It’s the good sane people who have a bad time of it.

A terrible problem unites reasonable people.

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Justice        This is an easy card. The easiest part is applying it to any kind of any person or thing legal: courts, proceedings, judges, lawyers, police, courthouses, lawsuits, etc. Watch for justice processes without the court too – words like ‘resolving.’

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Then expand the word ‘right’ in its many forms, so you get the right place, the right kind, so right, have rights, it’s all right, realistic, being right, it’s okay.

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Justice is the way things should be: ‘Should’ is a key word for Justice. So you have normal, straight, straighten out, deserve, belongs there.

Devil      Rider-Waite uses the Christian devil; not all decks do. In the Marseilles deck, Devil is more like the mischievous god Loki in the Norse pantheon. Rider Waite’s childhood was medieval Europe where the Roman Catholic church’s condemnation could be fatal to a person. This is one of the cards designed to deflect the accusation that Tarot is the devil’s work, an accusation some Christians still level at Tarot, but they don’t kill you for it anymore. So Devil here is obviously meant to be a bad-guy Tarot card. It’s one of the cards, of course, for actual demons and black magic: See the black magic symbols here.

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Devil is one of the cards with the most meanings. Save him for last; the other ones in your spread will be more obvious.

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First, the picture. Devil is one of three cards that shows a couple, with something above and between them that is influencing them spiritually: Devil, Lovers, Two of Cups. Especially Devil and Lovers are about connection. Devil is about the influence of vice and habit; Lovers has the guardian angel; Two of Cups has the caduceus representing a conflicting undeclared interest of a third party which could be a spirit or spell.

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So Devil represents the influence of humans’ lower self. Its underlying core meaning is that it’s your susceptibility to whatever the offending element is that connects you to it. This idea is represented by the loose chains around the couple’s necks while they are standing free. So Devil infers that your problem is your choice.

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Here, first, are the neutral to not-so-bad Devil words and phrases: Attachment, a bond, even a connection – because of the chains. A bond expands to include ‘obligation’ and ‘obliged.’

The word ‘physical’ also belongs to Devil, especially ‘physical attachment’ or ‘physically attached,’ which could refer to a trailer hitch or stapled papers. ‘Stuck’ sometimes brings up Devil but is more likely to call forth Eight of Swords.

A habit can be a limiting bond. Devil can say ‘habit’ as well as refer to a bad habit like an addiction. Key is the bond.

Other fairly innocuous words Devil may give your sentence are: ugly; deformed; sick (including mentally sick), pain, suffering, depression and other feelings. ‘Deformed’ can refer to a machine part, not just your nose.

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Now for the meat-and-potatoes Devil applications, many of which are shared with Moon: Think ‘wrong.’ It means that, and many of the other words it means are close by that. The wrong anything, like Devil-Ace of Pentacles is the wrong road.

Here are most of Devil’s meanings that grow one way or the other out of ‘wrong’: it’s immoral; a criminal; trouble; a problem; a terrible problem; differences or disagreements; a bad whatever; having a bad time of it; hates, what we are mad about; mad; ruins; condemned; fault and faults; taking the brunt of it; sexual perversion.

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Lastly, occasionally, Devil represents negative parts of words like ‘mal’ as in malicious and ‘ill’ as in illegal.

Ten of Cups      Married with children, in a good neighborhood, and happy. You can relax now, it’s me, Ten of Cups. Ten of Cups is Us, is the good people. It’s marriage, being married, the spouse, happily ever after, and family. It’s even the house. You can almost think of it as Devil in reverse.

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Ten of Cups often simply means ‘people’ and represents any size and any type of group of humans who have anything good in common. It also represents their getting together, or a get-together like a family reunion.

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Ten of Cups is being in agreement, and is enjoying life. It says ‘one big happy family.’

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Legal marriage and the devil, said I when I put these three on the table, ‘What am I going to do with this?’ As you can see, when I got into it, I did a lot with it.

The simplest story is the bad guy, Devil, straightens out, Justice, and lives happily ever after with Us.

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The miscreant (bad guy) gets what he deserves with Justice, of course. But the good people (Ten of Cups) suffer (Devil) too. And someone who is sick or suffering becomes normal (Justice). We also come to agreement (Ten of Cups) about our disagreements (Devil). We are all happy in our rundown or bad neighborhood. On the other hand, I just hate (Devil) all those straight (Justice) well-adjusted people (Ten of Cups) because I’m perfectly happy (Ten of Cups) with my faults (Devil).

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So we have stories galore today. Devil is in very good company, and he needs to be.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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Legal marriage and the devil, said I when I put these three on the table, ‘What am I going to do with this?’ As you can see, when I got into it, I did a lot with it.

The simplest story is the bad guy, Devil, straightens out, Justice, and lives happily ever after with Us.

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The miscreant (bad guy) gets what he deserves with Justice, of course. But the good people (Ten of Cups) suffer (Devil) too. And someone who is sick or suffering becomes normal (Justice). We also come to agreement (Ten of Cups) about our disagreements (Devil). We are all happy in our rundown or bad neighborhood. On the other hand, I just hate (Devil) all those straight (Justice) well-adjusted people (Ten of Cups) because I’m perfectly happy (Ten of Cups) with my faults (Devil).

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So we have stories galore today. Devil is in very good company, and he needs that.

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Right and wrong is all over the place. Can I be just as happy being wrong as being right? Why do I feel I’ve done wrong when I’m sick, and why do the well-off people feel they have done right? Do I deserve to be loved by you people – I’m so ugly? People get together and love one another so they have a right to hate some others – until the others straighten out their bad ways and join us good people. Yuk.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

Tarot Readings: Justice and Devil

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Resolving JUSTICE our differences DEVIL made us the happy couple TEN OF CUPS.

The legal system JUSTICE ruins DEVIL people TEN OF CUPS.

A house TEN OF CUPS is legally JUSTICE condemned DEVIL.

Marriage TEN OF CUPS is a legal JUSTICE obligation DEVIL.

The right place JUSTICE for trouble DEVIL is in our relationships TEN OF CUPS.

Illegal JUSTICE and DEVIL, Devil as the ‘il” people TEN OF CUPS.

The right kind JUSTICE of sex DEVIL for us TEN OF CUPS.

Lust DEVIL has its rightful place JUSTICE in a good marriage TEN OF CUPS.

We all agree TEN OF CUPS on right JUSTICE and wrong DEVIL.

Addicts DEVIL get normal JUSTICE in that house TEN OF CUPS.

It’s immoral DEVIL, it’s legal JUSTICE, and we all enjoy it TEN OF CUPS.

A criminal DEVIL goes straight JUSTICE and joins the rest of us (‘ TEN OF CUPS society’).

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Tarot Readings: Justice and Ten of Cups

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The bond of DEVIL legal JUSTICE marriage TEN OF CUPS.

Sick people DEVIL deserve JUSTICE to be happy TEN OF CUPS.

Hates DEVIL being even in the right JUSTICE marriage TEN OF CUPS.

The right JUSTICE relationship TEN OF CUPS with the wrong person DEVIL.

The right JUSTICE, and the wrong DEVIL, marriage TEN OF CUPS.

It’s the reasonable JUSTICE people TEN OF CUPS who take the brunt of it DEVIL.

Let’s get together TEN OF CUPS and straighten out JUSTICE what we are mad about DEVIL.

Hate DEVIL those happy well-adjusted people TEN OF CUPS who are soo right JUSTICE.

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Tarot Readings: Devil and Ten of Cups

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All the wrong people DEVIL and TEN OF CUPS have rights JUSTICE.

These people TEN OF CUPS make sick people DEVIL okay JUSTICE.

Everybody TEN OF CUPS has faults DEVIL; it’s all right JUSTICE.

Ugly DEVIL people TEN OF CUPS are the realistic JUSTICE ones.

I’m right JUSTICE and everybody’s TEN OF CUPS wrong DEVIL.

You hate DEVIL everybody TEN OF CUPS, and that’s okay JUSTICE.

A bad DEVIL neighborhood TEN OF CUPS where I belong JUSTICE.

It’s the good sane JUSTICE people TEN OF CUPS who have a bad time of it DEVIL.

A terrible problem DEVIL unites TEN OF CUPS reasonable JUSTICE people.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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…..      Justice and Devil      Resolving our differences. The legal system ruins. Legally condemned. A legal obligation. The right place for trouble. Illegal. The right kind of sex. Lust has its rightful place. Right and wrong.*** Addicts get normal. It’s immoral, it’s legal, and …. A criminal goes straight. The bond of legal _. Sick people deserve …. Hates being even in the right _. The right _ with the wrong _.** The right, and the wrong, _. It’s the reasonable _ who take the brunt of it. Straighten out what (we) are mad about. Hate those who are soo right. The wrong _ have rights. _ make sick people okay. _ has faults; it’s all right. Ugly _ are the realistic (ones). I’m right and _ wrong. You hate _ and that’s okay. A bad _ where I belong. It’s the sane _ who have a bad time of it. A terrible problem _ reasonable _. x

.. ..…  Justice and Ten of Cups      Resolving _ made us a happy couple. The legal system _ people. A house is legally _. Marriage is a legal _. The right place is in our relationships. Legal people. The right kind of _ for us. _ has its rightful place in a good marriage. We all agree on right and _. Get normal in that house. It’s legal and we all enjoy it. _ goes straight and joins the rest of us. Legal marriage. _ deserve to be happy. Even the right marriage. The right relationship. The right marriage. It’s the reasonable people. Let’s get together and straighten out …. Those happy well-adjusted people who are soo right. The people have rights. These people make _ okay. Everybody has _; it’s all right. _ people are the realistic ones. I’m right and everybody’s _. You _ everybody, and that’s okay. A neighborhood where I belong. It’s the good sane people who …. _ unites reasonable people. x

…… ..      Devil and Ten of Cups      Our differences [i.e. disagreements] make us the happy couple. _ ruins people. A house is condemned. Marriage is an obligation. _ for trouble is in our relationships. Troubled relationship. Trouble in a relationship. Il__ people. Illegal people. Sex for us.* Lust in a good marriage. We all agree on wrong. Addicts get _ in that house. It’s immoral, and we all enjoy it. A criminal joins the rest of us in ‘society.’ The bond of marriage. Sick people … happy. Sick people. Hates being in a marriage. Relationship with the wrong person. The wrong marriage. People who take the brunt of it. Let’s get together and _ what we are mad about. Hate those happy well-adjusted people. All the wrong people. These people make sick people _. Everybody has faults. Ugly people. Everybody’s wrong. You hate everybody.*** A bad neighborhood. It’s the good people who have a bad time of it. A terrible problem unites people. x

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