Tarot Readings for You for July 19, 2016 Tuesday©

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GUIDANCE           Why we are musing upon this today, I don’t know – pointing out that not only are we set to defy authority here and there, but also authority is set to abuse its power and jerk us around here and there … those suits in big business, those federal agencies … and daddy. It’s not news but we’re reporting on this today.

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Emperor – Five of Swords – Seven of Pentacles

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Tarot Readings: Emperor and Five of Swords

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Is he Mr. Bossy Pants, or what?

Why does he ‘throw his weight around’ like that?

You figure he is abusing his power.

Whether to defy authority.

He supposes he beat The Big Man at his own game.

Seems to be a tough old guy.

He intimidates you just because he’s important: Think about that.

You suppose old age will get the best of us?

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Tarot Readings: Emperor and Seven of Pentacles

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Is someone taking advantage of the old man?

Question authority, and defy it.

Why is the old man so rude?

His daddy must have been really hard on him.

This big corporation acts like a thug, I think.

He is rigid and inscrutable: That’s how he gets the best of us.

I can’t seem to tell the suits from the thugs.

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Tarot Readings: Five of Swords and Seven of Pentacles

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Yeah, maybe he can intimidate the boss?

I guess this snarly dude is really a VIP?

I battle doubts about the foundation.

Think about taking your profit from the market.

The wise guy seems to think he is in charge here.

A federal agency that seems to abuse its power.

When he’s unsure of himself he acts tough and bossy.

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EmperorFirst, about Emperor as a concept – because that’s what he mainly is. Emperor is sitting upon the seat of power there, and has been for a long long time. He has grown roots, is ossified and rigid perhaps, and represents Establishment in the old school and in the hippie sense of the word. Authority as it lives and breathes. After all, he is an old man! After all, he is a monarch! It begins with daddy and escalates all the way through any agency, entity, or person who’s boss, up to God the Father. Emperor is what people mean when they complain about ‘the old man’ or resent ‘The Man.’ It represents big business things like ‘the market,’ meaning investments, and it represents tradition itself. Emperor is stability personified! Emperor is the conservative drag on history – the pull of the past – in a larger sense.

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Emperor represents ‘the head man’ entity anywhere of course – the restaurant owner, the warden, the head nurse, the leader of the pride or herd anywhere.

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Of course, Emperor’s perspective is different from his public’s, in the same way Daddy doesn’t share the kids’ views. An Emperor person may have started out wanting respect, and conformed himself therefore to whatever was respected in his circle. Some Emperors worked hard to own something and are very responsible for and dedicated to that one thing, which could be a pig farm and could be a rock group. Some emperors are into crime, some are purely into power up there in the capital. Some have acquired seniority from years of service, and some Emperors are just old.

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Sometimes Emperor just represents being responsible, or just represents having a bossy attitude. Anyway, it has few words and few concepts, compared to other Rider Waite Tarot cards.

Five of SwordsThey key to many of Five of Swords’ meanings is that smirk you see on his face. Story: He was practicing swordsmanship with his buddies, and when he won, he claimed it was a formal duel and took their swords, disarming them and leaving them the devastated losers. Five of Swords therefore is the card for abusers, bullies, abuse of power, thugs and muggers and rogue cops everywhere. It is taking advantage or being taken advantage of.

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We say ‘he shows his ass’ regarding the behavior Five of Swords is famous for. We call him the wise guy, the tough guy, the snarly dude. We call him those cuss words we all know for his type. He is rude. He intimidates. He ‘throws his weight around;’ he is into oneupsmanship; he is defiant, and takes joy in ruining the moment or the scene. When the card is describing behavior, Five of Swords can be female, of course.

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Five of Swords is about being ripped off, and represents a thief, especially a thief who steals from friends who trust him, and especially a thuggy thief or robber or mugger.

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But wait! Five of Swords is also beating him at his own game, outsmarting the bully, being the rebel with a cause, getting just revenge, and that ‘make my day’ or ‘Come on down – you’re on‘ attitude we get when we have had enough of this same Five of Swords situation. Five of Swords’ action goes both ways, which is the usual thing for Tarot Verbatim™.

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Lastly, Five of Swords can be directed at the Querant (person asking the question). It can be advice to ‘kick ass’ in a given situation, or it can be inquiring whether you are being unreasonable or taking advantage somehow, or have some bad attitude yourself.

Seven of PentaclesWhen you’re unsure, you’re Seven of Pentacles. Seven of Pentacles is doubt personified. In his scene here, he is only wondering about whether his plant will bear (It’s a gendered plant, cucumbers.) but Seven of Pentacles is a walking question mark. He wonders, he ponders, he thinks maybe, and he just thinks. He supposes, he questions, he guesses, he asks whether to.

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Seven of Pentacles translates ‘question’ even as a verb: It tells you to question something, or it talks about someone (or something) being questioned. Watch for Seven of Pentacles to ask ‘Is it?’ or ‘Is he’ or ‘Am I.’ And watch for Seven of Pentacles to ask ‘Why?’ about all kinds of things.

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You can tell immediately that this spread is very focused – not a lot of unrelated stories here because each card has a specific set of meanings that are focused, and because the meanings for two of the cards are all about this one thing: authority and taking advantage or being defiant. Emperor is the authority – the highest authority even. Five of Swords is the challenger – is defying that authority – or Five of Swords is abuse and taking advantage. Five of Swords is being a thug. These two cards – Emperor and Five of Swords – are a head-butting session between the snarling underdog and the top dog. These two cards are also about abusing authority of course. Mutiny, anyone?

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So now what? The other card, Seven of Pentacles, is a question mark and means ‘to question.’ So we have ‘Question authority‘ here. Seven of Pentacles wonders and ponders, so it often translates ‘I think,’ ‘I suppose, ‘maybe,’ ‘it seems,’ and such phrases. So now we have a load of one-sentence readings speculating about abuse of authority, and speculating about being taken advantage of, or about taking advantage. And remember, we also have ‘Defy authority‘ because Five of Swords is to defy or be defiant.

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Five of Swords’ ‘lesser includeds,’ as they say in criminal court, are such things as being rude, bossy, snarly, intimidating, being a tough guy (or being tough), having a bad attitude.

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Emperor is the old man (in all its applications and senses), so we have one-sentence readings like ‘Why is the old man so rude?’ and ‘He seems to be a tough old guy.’

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Other Five of Swords milder-version meanings are: beating something, anything (often, a bad habit) ; beating someone at his own game; oneupsmanship; having a chip on the shoulder; smirking. Five of Swords and Emperor could be beating the system, or a government, or some VIP at his own game – ‘showing him a thing or two.’ It could be five-million petitions against a darling government power play, so that government gives up, outsmarted, for the moment. Five of Swords is defying authority, sassing daddy.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

You can tell immediately that this spread is very focused – not a lot of unrelated stories here because each card has a specific set of meanings that are focused, and because the meanings for two of the cards are all about this one thing: authority and taking advantage or being defiant. Emperor is the authority – the highest authority even. Five of Swords is the challenger – is defying that authority – or Five of Swords is abuse and taking advantage. Five of Swords is being a thug. These two cards are a head-butting session between the snarling underdog and the top dog. These two cards are also about abusing authority of course. Mutiny, anyone?

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So now what? The other card is a question mark and means ‘to question.’ So we have ‘Question authority’ here. Seven of Pentacles wonders and ponders, so it often translates ‘I think,’ ‘I suppose, ‘maybe,’ ‘it seems,’ and such phrases. So now we have a load of one-sentence readings speculating about abuse of authority, and speculating about being taken advantage of, or about taking advantage. And remember, we also have ‘Defy authority’ because Five of Swords is to defy or be defiant.

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Five of Swords’ ‘lesser includeds,’ as they say in criminal court, are such things as being rude, bossy, snarly, intimidating, being a tough guy (or being tough), having a bad attitude.

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Emperor is the old man (in all its applications and senses), so we have one-sentence readings like ‘Why is the old man so rude?’ and ‘He seems to be a tough old guy.’

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Other Five of Swords milder-version meanings are: beating something, anything (often, a habit); beating someone at his own game; oneupsmanship; having a chip on the shoulder; smirking. Five of Swords and Emperor could be beating the system, or a government, or some VIP at his own game – ‘showing him a thing or two.’ It could be five-million petitions against a darling government power play, so that government gives up for the moment. Five of Swords is defying authority, sassing daddy..

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‘He’s getting too big for his britches’ and ‘The higher they come, the harder they fall’ express a human instinct that resents and defies authority, or at least some authority. ‘Make me,’ or ‘Who are you to tell me what to do?’ we all say (to ourselves or publicly) one time or another. That’s our subject today: Authorities’ abuse of authority, and our abuse of Authorities. We suggest ‘Question authority’ and ‘Defy authority’ in the same breath today. Top dog meets underdog, and let the snarls begin.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Emperor and Five of Swords

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Is he SEVEN OF PENTACLES Mr. Bossy Pants EMPEROR and FIVE OF SWORDS, or what SEVEN OF PENTACLES?

Why does he SEVEN OF PENTACLES ‘throw his weight around EMPEROR and FIVE OF SWORDS‘ like that?

You figure SEVEN OF PENTACLES he is abusing FIVE OF SWORDS his power EMPEROR.

Whether to SEVEN OF PENTACLES defy FIVE OF SWORDS authority EMPEROR.

He supposes SEVEN OF PENTACLES he beat FIVE OF SWORDS The Big Man EMPEROR at his own game FIVE OF SWORDS.

Seems to be SEVEN OF PENTACLES a tough FIVE OF SWORDS old guy EMPEROR.

He intimidates you FIVE OF SWORDS just because he’s important EMPEROR: Think about that SEVEN OF PENTACLES.

You suppose SEVEN OF PENTACLES old age EMPEROR will get the best of us FIVE OF SWORDS?

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Tarot Readings: Emperor and Seven of Pentacles

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Is someone SEVEN OF PENTACLES taking advantage of FIVE OF SWORDS the old man EMPEROR?

Question SEVEN OF PENTACLES authority EMPEROR, and defy it FIVE OF SWORDS.

Why is SEVEN OF PENTACLES the old man EMPEROR so rude FIVE OF SWORDS?

His daddy EMPEROR must have been SEVEN OF PENTACLES really hard on him FIVE OF SWORDS.

This big corporation EMPEROR acts like a thug FIVE OF SWORDS, I think SEVEN OF PENTACLES.

He is rigid EMPEROR and inscrutable SEVEN OF PENTACLES: That’s how he gets the best of us FIVE OF SWORDS.

I can’t seem to SEVEN OF PENTACLES tell the suits EMPEROR from the thugs FIVE OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings: Five of Swords and Seven of Pentacles

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Yeah, maybe he can SEVEN OF PENTACLES intimidate FIVE OF SWORDS the boss EMPEROR?

I guess SEVEN OF PENTACLES this snarly dude FIVE OF SWORDS is really a VIP EMPEROR?

I battle FIVE OF SWORDS doubts SEVEN OF PENTACLES about the foundation EMPEROR.

Think about SEVEN OF PENTACLES taking your profit FIVE OF SWORDS from the market EMPEROR.

The wise guy FIVE OF SWORDS seems to think SEVEN OF PENTACLES he is in charge here EMPEROR.

A federal agency EMPEROR that seems to SEVEN OF PENTACLES abuse its power FIVE OF SWORDS.

When he’s unsure SEVEN OF PENTACLES of himself he acts tough FIVE OF SWORDS and bossy EMPEROR.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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….. Emperor and Five of SwordsMr. Bossy Pants. Throws his weight around. He is abusing his power. Defy authority. He beat The Big Man at his own game. A tough old guy. He intimidates you just because he’s important. Old age will get the best of us. Taking advantage of the old man. Defy authority. The old man is so rude. His daddy _ really hard on him. This big corporation acts like a thug. He is rigid: That’s how he gets the best of us. … the suits from the thugs. Intimidate the boss. This snarly dude is really a VIP. I battle _ the foundation. Taking your profit from the market. The wise guy is in charge here. A federal agency that abuses its power. He acts tough and bossy. x

. Emperor and Seven of Pentacles Is he bossy? You figure he is _ his power. Whether to _ authority. He supposes he _ The Big Man. Seems to be an old guy. … just because he’s important: Think about that. You suppose old age …. Is someone _ the old man? Question authority.*** Why is the old man _? His daddy must have been …. The big corporation …, I think. He is rigid and inscrutable. I can’t seem to tell the suits …. Yeah, maybe he can _ the boss. I guess _ is really a VIP. Doubts about the foundation. Think about … the market. Seems to think he is in charge here. A federal agency that seems to …. When he’s unsure of himself, he acts bossy. x

..   Five of Swords and Seven of Pentacles Is he Mr. Smarty Pants, or what? You figure he is abusing …. Whether to defy …. He supposes he beat _ at his own game. Seems to be a tough …. He intimidates you: Think about that. You suppose _ will get the best of us? Is someone taking advantage? Question _ and defy it. Why is _ so rude? _ must have been really hard on him. _ acts like a thug, I think. … inscrutable: That’s how he gets the best of us. I can’t seem to tell the _ from the thugs. Yeah, maybe he can intimidate _. I guess the snarly dude …. I battle doubts.*** Think about taking …. The wise guy seems to think …. Seems to abuse its power. When he’s unsure of himself, he acts tough. x

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