Tarot Readings for You for February 1, 2017 Wednesday©

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GUIDANCE         Today you are in Deflect Mode, being a blowfish. There’s some undeclared conflict in the air, some attractive hazard, someone who, you never know, could rock the boat hard. You are ducking out on being in the middle when two people whose trigger fingers itch come face to face on the same turf. A potential showdown you did not buy a ticket for. Having taken the pulse of the situation, you are acting in such a way the conflict doesn’t want to come see you, and you are skirting the issue or bypassing a clash. The smart alec leaves the fighter alone. Your act is casual and your act is subtle, but your act is nevertheless decisive.

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King of Wands – Five of Swords – Six of Wands

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: King of Wands and Five of Swords

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Abusive husband leaves.

The thief steals what is your departed husband’s.

A redblooded man like me doesn’t have to act cocky.

The worker who asserts himself has a better time of it.

He isn’t the mouthy pushy dude anymore.

You are out of the picture as two fighting men engage one another.

By the time the man with a temper is a threat to you, you have moved on

No-class guys like him intimidate other fellows … when you aren’t there.

He’s married and would have been a torment, but you got out before that happened.

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Tarot Readings:  King of Wands and Six of Swords

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I am drifting into being a husband … yeah it got the best of me.

I got over being grumpy – I overcame it.

Daddy is not going to be such a jerk from now on.

Departed husband was being threatened.

The smart alec leaves a fighting man alone.

He isn’t passionate about beating the competition anymore.

I avoided being taken advantage of by being a madman.

The working man is being moved to new territory, and what a challenge it is.

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Tarot Readings: Five of Swords and Six of Swords

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You’re a married man; you put the conquests behind you.

That pushy guy doesn’t frustrate me anymore.

You act edgy to avoid being intimidated.

He’s still angry but isn’t a threat to you anymore.

The rough guys don’t come around because daddy is a rough guy.

I’m a workingman but I’m not going to be taken advantage of here.

Still mad, but is going to put the battle with the loan shark behind him.

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King of WandsThere’s a clear-cut dichotomy to King of Wands that our other two cards today bring out for all to see. King of Wands is half husband and half married man. Of course there are plenty of husbands who live in fighting mode, but here we have an announcement (in Six of Swords) that says ‘those days are over.’ So we have a picture of the fighter in retirement, of the hellraiser who has settled down into being the family man.

Five of SwordsFive of Swords lives to beat the competition. He is the born herd bull, the fellow who shows other fellows who’s boss. Today he faces another fighting man, though, and may chose to avoid the conflict he usually relishes. That fighting man is of course King of Wands, the wild man. And Six of Swords pictures the retirement from the scene and moving on to better times.

Six of Wands It’s time for another chapter here, time to leave the scene for something better than this. Could be leaving in defeat to fight another day, and could be wiser and moving on to better ground. Regardless, it’s that that way anymore, whatever way that was. Getting over it, overcoming it, putting it behind and looking ahead now.

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This is an interesting one. We have two abrasive-to-abusive men, one (King of Wands) who is the edgy grump and/or fellow with the temper and one (Five of Swords) who steals, takes advantage (of friends too), picks fights, and may be a violent punk. So, are we in trouble?

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The other card, Six of Swords, averts a bad scene – leaves to a better scene before the worst actually happens. This leads to stories about the bad guys relating to one another instead of to what we like to call ‘innocent victims.’

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King of Wands is the card that in Tarot Verbatim™ means ‘husband.’ Six of Swords leaves for a better future. So we have a story about a husband leaving for a better scene, or a husband being left for a better scene. We also, though, have ‘departed husband’ because the departure theme of Six of Swords, and the journey over water, bring up the concept of ‘the departed.’

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Six of Swords also means … very often, so watch for it … ‘not anymore.’ Often, there’s a word between these two that says what it is that ‘isn’t anymore.’ Here, we have ‘isn’t pushy anymore’ with Five of Swords, and ‘isn’t angry anymore’ with King of Wands. King of Wands as the husband can also be the father, and can be the rough guy (along the lines of the man with a temper and the working man), so we have this sentence in which the rough guys (plural, Five of Swords, the fellows who are fighting with swords) avoid (Six of Swords) Daddy because he too is a rough guy.

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Six of Swords means ‘I got over it’ along with ‘putting it behind.’ So he got over being the grumpy guy, King of Wands, and got over the battle with the loan shark – because Five of Swords is the thief, bully, mugger, and rip-off artist, which includes thieving companies.

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Stories. We got stories today. We are about overcoming (getting the best of, Five of Swords), and we are about getting over, and we are about avoiding. Whatever we are about, ending with Six of Swords is kind of a happy ending.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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This is an interesting one. We have two abrasive-to-abusive men, one (King of Wands) who is the edgy grump and/or fellow with the temper and one (Five of Swords) who steals, takes advantage (of friends too), and picks fights, and may be a violent punk. So, are we in trouble?

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The other card, Six of Swords, averts a bad scene – leaves to a better scene before the worst actually happens. This leads to stories about the bad guys relating to one another instead of to what we like to call ‘innocent victims.’

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King of Wands is the card that in Tarot Verbatim™ means ‘husband.’ Six of Swords leaves for a better future. So we have a story about a husband leaving for a better scene, or a husband being left for a better scene. We also, though, have ‘departed husband’ because the departure theme of Six of Swords, and the journey over water, bring up the concept of ‘the departed.’

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Six of Swords also means … very often, so watch for it … ‘not anymore.’ Often, there’s a word between these two that says what it is that ‘isn’t anymore.’ Here, we have ‘isn’t pushy anymore’ with Five of Swords, and ‘isn’t angry anymore’ with King of Wands. King of Wands as the husband can also be the father, and can be the rough guy (along the lines of the man with a temper and the working man), so we have this sentence in which the rough guys (plural, Five of Swords, the fellows who are fighting with swords) avoid (Six of Swords) Daddy because he too is a rough guy.

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Six of Swords means ‘I got over it’ along with ‘putting it behind.’ So he got over being the grumpy guy, King of Wands, and got over the battle with the loan shark – because Five of Swords is the thief, mugger, and rip-off artist, which includes thieving companies.

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Stories. We got stories today. We are about overcoming, and we are about getting over, and we are about avoiding. Whatever we are about, ending with Six of Swords is kind of a happy ending.

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He isn’t passionate about beating the competition anymore. He isn’t the hellraiser he used to be, he has settled down and even gotten married. Moving on to this new territory and letting bygones be bygones is a challenge, a challenge that met him and got the best of him.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: King of Wands and Five of Swords

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Abusive FIVE OF SWORDS husband KING OF WANDS leaves SIX OF SWORDS.

The thief steals FIVE OF SWORDS what is your departed SIX OF SWORDS husband’s KING OF WANDS.

A redblooded man like KING OF WANDS me doesn’t have to SIX OF SWORDS act cocky FIVE OF SWORDS.

The worker KING OF WANDS who asserts himself FIVE OF SWORDS has a better time of it SIX OF SWORDS.

He isn’t the mouthy KING OF WANDS pushy dude FIVE OF SWORDS anymore SIX OF SWORDS.

You are out of the picture SIX OF SWORDS as two fighting men KING OF WANDS engage one another FIVE OF SWORDS.

By the time the man with a temper KING OF WANDS is a threat to you FIVE OF SWORDS, you have moved on SIX OF SWORDS.

No-class guys like him KING OF WANDS intimidate other fellows FIVE OF SWORDS … when you aren’t there SIX OF SWORDS.

He’s married KING OF WANDS and would have been a torment FIVE OF SWORDS, but you got out before that happened SIX OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings:  King of Wands and Six of Swords

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I am drifting into SIX OF SWORDS being a husband KING OF WANDS … yeah it got the best of me FIVE OF SWORDS.

I got over SIX OF SWORDS being grumpy KING OF WANDS – I overcame it FIVE OF SWORDS.

Daddy KING OF WANDS is not going to be such a jerk FIVE OF SWORDS from now on SIX OF SWORDS.

Departed SIX OF SWORDS husband KING OF WANDS was being threatened FIVE OF SWORDS.

The smart alec FIVE OF SWORDS leaves a fighting man KING OF WANDS alone SIX OF SWORDS.

He isn’t passionate KING OF WANDS about beating the competition FIVE OF SWORDS anymore SIX OF SWORDS.

I avoided SIX OF SWORDS being taken advantage of FIVE OF SWORDS by being a madman KING OF WANDS.

The working man KING OF WANDS is being moved to new territory SIX OF SWORDS, and what a challenge it is FIVE OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings: Five of Swords and Six of Swords

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You’re a married man KING OF WANDS; you put the conquests FIVE OF SWORDS behind you SIX OF SWORDS.

That pushy guy FIVE OF SWORDS doesn’t frustrate me KING OF WANDS anymore SIX OF SWORDS.

You act edgy KING OF WANDS to avoid SIX OF SWORDS being intimidated FIVE OF SWORDS.

He’s still angry KING OF WANDS but isn’t a threat to you FIVE OF SWORDS anymore SIX OF SWORDS.

The rough guys FIVE OF SWORDS don’t come around SIX OF SWORDS because daddy is a rough guy KING OF WANDS.

I’m a workingman KING OF WANDS but I’m not going to be taken advantage of FIVE OF SWORDS here SIX OF SWORDS.

Still mad KING OF WANDS, but is going to put the battle with the loan shark FIVE OF SWORDS behind him SIX OF SWORDS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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….  King of Wands and Five of SwordsAbusive husband. The thief steals what is husband’s. A redblooded man like me … act cocky. The worker who asserts himself. He is the mouthy pushy dude. Two fighting men engage one another. The man with a temper is a threat to you …. No-class guys like him intimidate other fellows. He’s married and would have been a torment. Being a husband … yeah it got the best of me. Being grumpy – I overcame it. Daddy is such a jerk. Husband was being threatened. The smart alec … a fighting man. He is passionate about beating the competition. Being taken advantage of by a madman. The working man … and what a challenge it is. You’re a married man; the conquests …. That pushy guy frustrates me. You act edgy to _ being intimidated. He’s still angry … is a threat to you. The rough guys _ because daddy is a rough guy. I’m a workingman but am _ taken advantage of. Still mad about the battle with the loan shark. x 

…. King of Wands and Six of Swords –  Husband leaves. Your departed husband’s. A redblooded man like me doesn’t have to _ anymore. The worker has a better time of it. He is the mouthy dude. You are out of the picture as a fighting man …. By the time the man with a temper …, you have moved on. No-class guys like him _ when you aren’t there. He’s married and would have been _ but you got out before that happened. I am drifting into being a husband. I got over being grumpy. Daddy is not going to be _ from now on. Departed husband was being _. Leaves a fighting man alone. He isn’t passionate about _ anymore. I avoided _ by being a madman. I avoided a madman. The working man is being moved to new territory. You’re a married man; you put _ behind you. _ doesn’t frustrate me anymore. You act edgy to avoid _. He’s still angry but isn’t _ anymore. … don’t come around because Daddy is a rough guy. I’m a workingman but I’m not going to be _ here. Still mad but is going to put _ behind him. x 

...  Five of Swords and Six of Swords   Abuser leaves. Abusive _ leaves. The thief steals what is your departed …. Doesn’t have to act cocky. _ who asserts himself has a better time of it. He isn’t the pushy dude anymore. You are out of the picture as two fighting men engage one another. By the time _ is a threat to you, you have moved on. __ intimidate other fellows when you aren’t there. _ would have been a torment but you got out before that happened. I am drifting into … yeah, it got the best of me. I got over _ – I overcame it. _ is not going to be such a jerk from now on. Departed _ was being threatened. The smart alec leaves _ alone. … about beating the competition anymore. I avoided being taken advantage of. Being moved to new territory, and what a challenge it is. You put the conquests behind you. They pushy guy doesn’t _ me anymore. Avoid being intimidates. Isn’t a threat to you anymore. The rough guys don’t come around. I’m not going to be taken advantage of here. Is going to put the battle with the loan shark behind him. x 

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