Tarot Readings for You for October 19, 2016 Wednesday©

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GUIDANCE         When I go all out for something I really want, whatever the pain or inconvenience it costs is worth it because the prize motivates me. The injury I endure in a marathon run is all about the pleasure of the run itself, too, not about getting from the starting point to the finish line itself: You could drive it! It’s because it is difficult that I want it. 

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Three of Swords – Knight of Wands – Nine of Cups

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Knight of Wands

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So glad you shorted that fast-mover. [stock market]

Got out of heartache in record time, and feel so good about it.

Going through the pain and enjoying the benefit.

Get out now of a hurtful relationship for your dream to come true.

There’s just enough pain to motivate you.

A quickie divorce makes you happy all over.

You get out of hell as quickly as you want.

Move too fast, and you break up with the one you really want.

Getting money for himself gets him fired in a hurry.

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Nine of Cups

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There’s always some pain to having it all, but get on with it.

Avoid someone who wants to fight.

It benefits you to quit and move on.

He left you and divorced you: That’s a good thing!

Once you get going, you enjoy a good fight.

I enjoy a difficult life; it gets me going.

Give it all you’ve got: Fight for what you want.

The pain and the pleasure of fast progress.

When the pain is worth the gain, I rush in.

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Tarot Readings: Knight of Wands and Nine of Cups

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Incur some damage from being in a hurry to get what you want.

They hate you for getting rich quick.

Making a quick profit on a contrarian move.

You get ahead capitalizing on losses.

Adversity brings you what you most want really fast.

He wants to get fired and move out of town.

So glad I ducked out on that hostile atmosphere.

You’re hurting but on your way to being okay faster than you think.

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Three of Swords Don’t have to tell you Three of Swords is ‘a bad card,’ do I? Heartache, heart trouble, hurt, pain, cut with knives: those are immediately apparent. Keep in mind that the ‘cut or pierced with knives’ includes surgery, acupuncture, etc. Another off-label use for Three of Swords is bad weather: Once it helped indicate a tornado during a job interview. The storm clouds behind the drawing bring that in.

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The ‘bad weather’ expands to include hostile atmospheres and whatever ‘goes against the grain to make life difficult: adversity. Along these lines, Three of Swords can mean damage, since, well, that heart is damaged.

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The most common words for Three of Swords are these: divorce or separation; rejection (of anything, any way); quit or being fired; fight; hurt; pain; hurtful relationship; feelings of hurt and pain.

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Three of Swords also translates ‘against,’ and that’s a theme with a number of Rider Waite Tarot cards in it. Three of Swords goes so far as to mean hate and spite, and someone who’s an ‘aginner,’ as my daddy used to put it. This ‘against’ category, in Three of Swords, extends to ‘contrarian,’ which is also a type of investing. Shorting a stock is rejecting it, Tarot thinks, so Three of Swords is the card for contrarian investing and shorting stocks.

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Three of Swords seldom means loss, but today Nine of Cups brings that word to Three of Swords in the phrase ‘capitalizing on losses,’ which is really ‘making the best of adversity’ in different words.

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Knight of WandsHis picture shows him getting away fast. His horse is rearing (indicating things are out of his control) and he has a scared look on his face. But in real Tarot life, this card (like Knight of Swords, its twin) can mean either leaving or pursuing.

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The main meanings for Knight of Wands are about speed (fast, fast progress, quick, hurry) and leaving (get out of, left, move out, ducked out).

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Those same meanings apply without the ‘fast.’ So Knight of Wands is simply getting ahead, is going through, is getting on with it, or is ‘getting going,’ or avoiding rather than fleeing, or just moving (as in being transferred or moving out of town, or even just being on the road). Keep in mind this is the card for ‘over the road transport,’ as in deliveries or truck drivers.

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Knight of Wands also applies to ‘with great energy’ and to motivation, as well. And remember I said he can be rushing in, rather than out, or just on his way in, or on his way to.

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Nine of Cups And I don’t have to tell you Nine of Cups is ‘a good card.’ It’s as good a card as Three of Swords is a bad card. It’s as good a card as Wheel of Fortune. Nine of Cups is universally called ‘your wish is granted,’ and it means that in most decks – your dream come true. So Nine of Cups is your card for being rich, having it all, getting rich.

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But Nine of Cups represents more minor satisfactions too (and ‘satisfaction’ is one of its favorite words, not used today). Watch for it to mean ‘enough,’ and to mean ‘gratitude.’ Watch for it to describe the way you feel when you receive the benefits (one of its words) it speaks of. These words are like: so glad, feel so good about it, makes you happy all over, enjoy and enjoying, the pleasure of; and watch for it to mean enjoy and enjoying.

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Sometimes Nine of Cups just translates ‘want’ and its synonyms. Even then, there’s sometimes an implication that the ‘want’ will be satisfied. For example: ‘as (fill in the other card’s influence) as you want,’ and ‘brings you what you most want.’

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There’s a profit motive to Nine of Cups too. Watch it say ‘is worth it’ and ‘capitalizing on,’ as well as speaking of making a profit.

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P. S.: Nine of Cups is not only being pleased; it is wanting to please. (Not today though.)

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Three of Swords is when everything goes against you. But its meaning extends to merely ‘difficult’ and hence to long shots, unfavorable or hostile environments, contrarian attitudes and approaches (‘no matter what’ situations), and to fighting for something or doing something the hard way. It even means bad (‘inclimate’) weather, and it even means to simply be against something, or to have hurt feelings. So don’t be ascared of Three of Swords!

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Three of Swords obviously is for more real suffering too: hurting, pain, heart problems, surgery, litigation, and general adversity and difficulties.

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Three of Swords is also a member of the hate, fights, quarrels, feuds, war, injury and wounds club of Tarot meanings. It is also the main card for getting fired or quitting, divorce, and spiteful snarly nasty people. Not to mention: the enemy.

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Nine of Cups is as much a ‘good card’ as Three of Swords is a ‘bad card.’ At his worst, Nine of Cups is excess and greed, and the ‘I got mine’ attitude.

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Nine of Cups is the feelgood card, like Star is. We (everybody, really) call this the ‘your wish is granted’ card. Your dream come true card. I did it my way, and things are going my way, and I got exactly what I want … card.

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Nine of Cups is satisfied, is pleased. Nine of Cups also wants to please. Nine of Cups is glad, too. It translates ‘benefit’ and ‘pleasure,’ and ‘feel so good about it.’

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Nine of Cups means ‘enough,’ means ‘plenty’ and means ‘excess.’ See the nine empties on the ledge behind the chubby grinning figure? Think of this continuum as enough liquor, plenty of liquor that makes you feel good all over, and an excess of liquor.

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In the same continuum, Nine of Cups means having enough, doing well, and being rich or even too rich. Nine of cups is into money too. Besides the obvious being rich shown in the picture, Nine of Cups means ‘worth it,’ profit, to capitalize upon, the return on investment, money for yourself which would be net profit, and ‘gain.’ The concept you find in commerce and financial planning of *capitalizing on losses* is here in real personal life.

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So we have on the left things being pretty painful and a loss; and we have on the right things being pretty great and a gain: total contrast. In the middle is a neutral sort of card, Knight of Wands, whose main meanings are to get on with things, to be motivated, to get out of something, to rush or hurry, to move on out or be transferred, to avoid, to pursue, to get ahead, to be on the road, or over-the-road travel, and to be gung-ho with great energy.

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The contrast between the good feeling and satisfaction of Nine of Cups and the bad feeling and disappointment of Three of Swords is our story and our message for this post. We have these ‘The gain is worth the pain’ sentences – a lot of them, and there could have been more. Just a few examples of the contrast: So glad you shorted that fast-mover. Got out of heartache. Enjoying the benefit of having gone through the pain. Get out of a bad relationship for your dream to come true. Just enough pain to motivate. A divorce makes you happy. You get out of hell like you want to.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

Three of Swords is when everything goes against you. But its meaning extends to merely ‘difficult’ and hence to long shots, unfavorable or hostile environments, contrarian attitudes and approaches (‘no matter what’ situations), and to fighting for something or doing something the hard way. It even means bad (‘inclimate’) weather, and it even means to simply be against something, or to have hurt feelings. So don’t be ascared of Three of Swords!

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Three of Swords obviously is for more real suffering too: hurting, pain, heart problems, surgery, litigation, and general adversity and difficulties.

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Three of Swords is also a member of the hate, fights, quarrels, feuds, war, injury and wounds club of Tarot meanings. It is also the main card for getting fired or quitting, divorce, and spiteful snarly nasty people. Not to mention: the enemy.

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Nine of Cups is as much a ‘good card’ as Three of Swords is a ‘bad card.’ At his worst, Nine of Cups is excess and greed, and the ‘I got mine’ attitude.

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Nine of Cups is the feelgood card, like Star is. We (everybody, really) call this the ‘your wish is granted’ card. Your dream come true card. I did it my way, and things are going my way, and I got exactly what I want … card.

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Nine of Cups is satisfied, is pleased. Nine of Cups also wants to please. Nine of Cups is glad, too. It translates ‘benefit’ and ‘pleasure,’ and ‘feel so good about it.’

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Nine of Cups means ‘enough,’ means ‘plenty’ and means ‘excess.’ See the nine empties on the ledge behind the chubby grinning figure? Think of this continuum as enough liquor, plenty of liquor that makes you feel good all over, and an excess of liquor.

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In the same continuum, Nine of Cups means having enough, doing well, and being rich or even too rich. Nine of cups is into money too. Besides the obvious being rich shown in the picture, Nine of Cups means ‘worth it,’ profit, to capitalize upon, the return on investment, money for yourself which would be net profit, and ‘gain.’ The concept you find in commerce and financial planning of *capitalizing on losses* is here in real personal life.

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So we have on the left things being pretty painful and a loss; and we have on the right things being pretty great and a gain: total contrast. In the middle is a neutral sort of card, Knight of Wands, whose main meanings are to get on with things, to be motivated, to get out of something, to rush or hurry, to move on out or be transferred, to avoid, to pursue, to get ahead, to be on the road, or over-the-road travel, and to be gung-ho with great energy.

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The contrast between the good feeling and satisfaction of Nine of Cups and the bad feeling and disappointment of Three of Swords is our story and our message for this post. We have these ‘The gain is worth the pain’ sentences – a lot of them, and there could have been more. Just a few examples of the contrast: So glad you shorted that fast-mover. Got out of heartache. Enjoying the benefit of having gone through the pain. Get out of a bad relationship for your dream to come true. Just enough pain to motivate. A divorce makes you happy. You get out of hell like you want to.

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Am I more motivated to make things as I want them to be when they are difficult, or am I more motivated to pursue what’s best when conditions are favorable? Sometimes a setback gives me this ‘Come hell or high water, I’m gonna get where I’m going’ attitude. Sometimes a potential reward or profit is all it takes to get me going.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Knight of Wands

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So glad NINE OF CUPS you shorted THREE OF SWORDS that fast-mover KNIGHT OF WANDS. [stock market]

Got out of KNIGHT OF WANDS heartache THREE OF SWORDS in record time KNIGHT OF WANDS and feel so good about it NINE OF CUPS.

Going through KNIGHT OF WANDS the pain THREE OF SWORDS and enjoying the benefit NINE OF CUPS.

Get out now KNIGHT OF WANDS of a hurtful relationship THREE OF SWORDS for your dream to come true NINE OF CUPS.

There’s just enough NINE OF CUPS pain THREE OF SWORDS to motivate you KNIGHT OF WANDS.

A quickie KNIGHT OF WANDS divorce THREE OF SWORDS makes you happy all over NINE OF CUPS.

You get out of KNIGHT OF WANDS hell THREE OF SWORDS as quickly as KNIGHT OF WANDS you want NINE OF CUPS .

Move too fast KNIGHT OF WANDS, and you break up THREE OF SWORDS with the one you really want NINE OF CUPS.

Getting money for himself NINE OF CUPS gets him fired THREE OF SWORDS in a hurry KNIGHT OF WANDS.

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Tarot Readings: Three of Swords and Nine of Cups

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There’s always some pain THREE OF SWORDS to having it all NINE OF CUPS, but get on with it KNIGHT OF WANDS.

Avoid KNIGHT OF WANDS someone who wants to NINE OF CUPS fight THREE OF SWORDS.

It benefits you NINE OF CUPS to quit THREE OF SWORDS and move on KNIGHT OF WANDS.

He left you KNIGHT OF WANDS and divorced THREE OF SWORDS you: That’s a good thing NINE OF CUPS!

Once you get going KNIGHT OF WANDS, you enjoy NINE OF CUPS a good fight THREE OF SWORDS.

I enjoy NINE OF CUPS a difficult life THREE OF SWORDS; it gets me going KNIGHT OF WANDS.

Give it all you’ve got KNIGHT OF WANDS: Fight THREE OF SWORDS for what you want NINE OF CUPS.

The pain THREE OF SWORDS and the pleasure NINE OF CUPS of fast progress KNIGHT OF WANDS.

When the pain THREE OF SWORDS is worth the gain NINE OF CUPS, I rush in KNIGHT OF WANDS.

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Tarot Readings: Knight of Wands and Nine of Cups

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Incur some damage THREE OF SWORDS from being in a hurry KNIGHT OF WANDS to get what you want NINE OF CUPS.

They hate you THREE OF SWORDS for getting rich NINE OF CUPS quick KNIGHT OF WANDS.

Making a quick KNIGHT OF WANDS profit NINE OF CUPS on a contrarian move THREE OF SWORDS.

You get ahead KNIGHT OF WANDS capitalizing NINE OF CUPS on losses THREE OF SWORDS.

Adversity THREE OF SWORDS brings you what you most want NINE OF CUPS really fast KNIGHT OF WANDS.

He wants to NINE OF CUPS get fired THREE OF SWORDS and move out of town KNIGHT OF WANDS.

So glad NINE OF CUPS I ducked out KNIGHT OF WANDS on that hostile atmosphere THREE OF SWORDS.

You’re hurting THREE OF SWORDS but on your way KNIGHT OF WANDS to being okay NINE OF CUPS faster than you think KNIGHT OF WANDS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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…. Three of Swords and Knight of Wands You shorted that fast-mover [stock market]. Get out of heartache in record time. Going through the pain. Get out now of a hurtful relationship. There’s pain to motivate you. A quickie divorce. You get out of hell as quickly as _. Move too fast, and you break up. Gets him fired in a hurry. There’s always some pain, but get on with it. Avoid a fight. Quit and move on. Quit and move on. He left you and divorced you. Once you get going you _ a fight. A difficult life gets me going. Give it all you’ve got: Fight. The pain of fast progress. When the pain is _, I rush in. Incur some damages from being in a hurry. They hate you for getting _ quick. Making a quick _ on a contrarian move. Contrarian move. You get ahead .. losses. Adversity brings you _ really fast. To get fired and move out of town. I ducked out on that hostile atmosphere. You’re hurting but on your way faster than you think. x

…. Three of Swords and Nine of Cups So glad you shorted …. … heartache ,,, and feel so good about it. The pain, and enjoying the benefit. … of a hurtful relationship, for your dream to come true. There’s just enough pain …. A divorce makes you happy all over. … hell … as you want. Break up with the one you really want. Getting money for himself gets him fired. There’s always some pain to having it all. Someone who wants to fight. It benefits you to quit. He divorced you: That’s a good thing! You enjoy a good fight. I enjoy a difficult life. Fight for what you want.*** The pain and the pleasure.*** When the pain is worth the gain. Incur some damage to get what you want. They hate you for getting rich. A contrarian move. Capitalizing on losses. Adversity … what you want most. He wants to get fired. So glad … on that hostile atmosphere. You’re hurting … being okay …. x

.. Knight of Wands and Nine of Cups So glad you _ that fast-mover [stock market]. Get out and feel so good about it. Going through and enjoying the benefit. Get out now for your dream to come true. There’s just enough to motivate you. A quickie makes you happy all over. You get out as quickly as you want.*** Move too fast and you _ with the one you really want. Getting money for himself in a hurry. … to having it all, but get on with it. Avoid someone who wants to _. It benefits you to move on. He left you: That’s a good thing. Once you get going, you enjoy …. I enjoy _; it gets me going. Give it all you got: _ for what you want. The pleasure of fast progress.*** … is worth the gain, I rush in. In a hurry to get what you want. Getting rich quick. Making a quick profit. You get ahead capitalizing. _ brings you what you most want really fast. He wants to move out of town.*** So glad I ducked out. On your way to being okay faster than you think. x

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