Tarot Readings for You for January 25, 2017 Wednesday© 

Jan 24, 2017 by

GUIDANCE  You look around at a situation that isn’t going anywhere, and hasn’t gone anywhere: It’s stuck, it’s hung up, it’s hopeless or it’s dead in the water. And you leave, you drop out, you take the nearest exit to a better place, looking ahead. You hatch a plan before you leap, of course. And now things are looking pretty good ahead.

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Eight of Swords – Eight of Cups – Two of Wands

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups

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Now you’re out of the box for sure.

‘Get out of jail’ card ahead.

Won’t be incapacitated much longer.

Leaving a hopeless financial outlook behind.

Ain’t helpless anymore … got a plan.

Can’t quit because this is good money.

Successfully circumvent a handicap or disability.

Not anymore am I going to let myself be tied up.

Near-death experience changes my future.

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Tarot Readings:  Eight of Swords and Two of Wands

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The impossible is a longer term plan – not now.

Will get stuck when going off-road.

Bank will shut down without notice.

The forecast that we could not avoid, we are avoiding.

In a tight spot financially, but not for long.

It’s financial security but a dead-end, and you quit.

Switch from a hopeless situation to a hopeful one.

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Tarot Readings: Eight of Cups and Two of Wands

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Avoid planning, end up stuck.

Never again will I be stifled.

Will avoid the doldrums.

Get out of an investment that’s going nowhere.

There’s always a way around limitations.

There will be a way out.

Make money another way when this one’s hopeless.

Will go on to something else when the way is blocked.

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Eight of Swords – Eight of Swords is limitations – different kinds of limitations. It famously says ‘can’t.’ There’s a distinction here: Eight of Swords covers limitations within, and Eight of Swords covers limitations from (or in) the environment. Eight of Swords is the card, therefore, for a hopeless situation, and for being helpless.

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Always remember when Eight of Swords shows up that this is the card for ‘learned helplessness.’ This is the card for people who wear ‘I can’t’ as a badge and are into martyrdom. (This could be you, this could be me, and of course it’s about a scene, a situation, and doesn’t often refer to one’s essence, one’s primary psyche.) A perceived limitation is an actual limitation because you believe it. This idea is expressed in the illustration by the fact that – like in Devil – the ties that bind the person(s) are loose, and can be removed by the person.

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Eight of Swords is the primary card meaning ‘jail’ and meaning ‘death,’ which does not have to refer to the death of something living, but to the death, end, or stifling of an idea, a regime, etc.

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Here are today’s words for Eight of Swords meaning external limitations:

in the box

be tied up

get stuck

in a tight spot

a dead-end

end up stuck

doldrums

that’s going nowhere

limitations

(we) could not (avoid)

when there’s no way out

when the way is blocked

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Here are today’s words for Eight of Swords meaning internal limitations:

incapacitated

helpless

can’t

a handicap or disability

death experience

shut down

stifled

hopeless

hopeless situation

the impossible

when this one’s hopeless

Eight of Cups  In the middle of the night, a pilgrim detours his course because of a mountain and river, but this is a temporary change of course: He will resume his path to his destination. Elements of this story make unexpected words and phrases, potentially, in your Tarot interpretation.

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The ‘off of one course and onto another’ category of meanings for Eight of Cups include such phrases today as: going off-road; nearly; switch from one to another; go on to something else. This ‘off of one course and onto another’ also brings us phrases such as these: now you are out of; leaving _ behind; get out of; quit, circumvent; avoiding, a way around or a way out; another way, and get out of.

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Quite often, in your Tarot work, it’s the abrupt and without notice change that Eight of Cups translates as. To quit without notice, to go A.W.O.L, or any abrupt unannounced change.

Two of Wands You need to know the story this illustration tells to apply Two of Wands with the grace and distinction it deserves. Here’s the story: The dude with the globe in his right hand owns all the real estate below, and he is a banker/mortgage broker/real estate mogul/investor type person who is planning how to make more money from his holdings. He is already successful, is financially secure with a great financial outlook. He is an Establishment type, a respectable citizen, and this plan of his is a certainty. So Two of Wands translates ‘for sure’ and ‘certainty.’

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Two of Wands is a real estate card. It’s about investment and pension type things. But don’t think that Two of Wands just applies to being wealthy or important. It does apply to being respectable.

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Two of Wands’ main function is the future and future tense. Most often, it translates ‘will’ and ‘will be’ and similar phrases. It also translates ‘the future’ or ‘in the future.’ It refers to a good future – today, to a hopeful future (the same thing).

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Another frequent translate for Two of Wands is the plan or planning.

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Two of Wands also commonly refers to ‘long term.’ Since it strongly means planning, you have a long term plan with Two of Wands as well as a financial plan. This suggests pension.

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Here’s the movie these three Tarot cards make: Eight of Swords, allowing yourself to be boxed in, limited, or stymied. Eight of Cups, abruptly getting out of that, leaving that behind – just quitting. Two of Wands, now that you have taken control, your future is assured.

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This same message is presented in different scenarios over and over here. The main meaning of each card is used in each story, which indicates a basic powerful presentation.

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Although none of the cards say ‘thinking,’ Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups enact no longer thinking in the box but getting out of that. Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups say ‘Quit letting (my)self be limited.’ They say basically there’s a way out of an impossible situation, an impasse, limitations, a way out of being stifled and stymied – an abrupt or immediate way out. (Think ’50 Ways to Leave Your Lover,’ a song.)

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Besides the direct ‘Get out of the box’ examples above, Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups say the same general thing in a different way. They describe breaking the mold, circumventing an impasse, a near-death experience, running off the road and getting stuck.

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And strangely enough the same two cards that say all these freedom-loving things also say: Can’t quit. That’s because Eight of Swords is ‘can’t’ and Eight of Cups is quitting. (The literal language-based system of Tarot Verbatim™ does this. The system is very flexible, and this is a byproduct of that.)

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Here are some other things Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups talk about, and they apply to one’s internal life rather than to external limitations: not helpless anymore, not hopeless anymore. In case that’s not clear, Eight of Cups means ‘not anymore,’ and means this often!

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Eight of Swords and Two of Wands combine hopeless with hopeful. The impossible takes longer, they say, because ‘impossible’ is a great translate for Eight of Swords fairly often, and Two of Wands is long term.

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Here you see being in a tight spot financially, or money being tied up, or a dead-end investment, since Eight of Swords is stymied or ‘tied up’ and Two of Wands is about financial matters including investments.

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Forever keep in mind that Two of Wands most of the time (tiresomely, even) will be saying ‘will,’ ‘will be,’ and other such future phrases – and that it translates ‘future’ as well. Today with Eight of Swords it says ‘will be shut down’ and ‘will get stuck.’ Note that getting stuck, since Eight of Cups is about both being on a road and about a detour, can refer to a vehicle going off road and getting stuck, or refer to a person ‘getting stuck’ in a situation.

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So Eight of Swords and Two of Wands can say ‘will not be able to,’ or can say ‘there will be nothing you can do.’ Using ‘wealth’ for Two of Wands, they can say ‘will not make money‘ or ‘Can’t get wealthy.’ However, the three-card spread we have here strongly is a movie of being stuck, getting out, and doing well – a continuum. It is against the flow to put a negative spin on their messages, absent a question that puts them into that context.

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Can’t be’ or ‘will not be’ are Eight of Swords and Two of Wands. Eight of Swords is the ‘can’t,’ of course, and Two of Wands is the future. These simple short meanings for two cards together are so easy to overlook! And remind yourself that the ‘can’t be’ or ‘will not be’ is as easily a good thing as a bad one, depending on the context the other cards make.

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Eight of Swords, you know by now, is a brake. We take the brake off when the next two cards we are looking at don’t include Eight of Swords.

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Eight of Cups and Two of Wands say there will be a way out, or say (whoever) will get out or will leave. Eight of Cups is a switch (from one route to another), so with Two of Wands you get alternative income. Eight of Cups and Two of Wands commonly say these things: on to something else, will go another way, will switch.

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Alternative income belongs to Eight of Cups and Two of Wands too. Eight of Cups is about ‘alternative’ since it’s detouring to go another way. Two of Wands is the money as usual.

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Most of our sentences tell of getting out of that tight spot and having a better future because of the better future in Two of Wands as that relates to being in the stifling bad place of Eight of Swords. Without Two of Wands flashing such hope, the other two cards could tell the reverse of that story. Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups as easily read suddenly getting trapped as they do a quick exit from the trap.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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Here’s the movie these three Tarot cards make: Eight of Swords, allowing yourself to be boxed in, limited, or stymied. Eight of Cups, abruptly getting out of that, leaving that behind – just quitting. Two of Wands, now that you have taken control, your future is assured.

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This same message is presented in different scenarios over and over here. The main meaning of each card is used in each story, which indicates a basic powerful presentation.

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Although none of the cards say ‘thinking,’ Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups enact no longer thinking in the box but getting out of that. Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups say ‘Quit letting (my)self be limited.’ They say basically there’s a way out of an impossible situation, an impasse, limitations, a way out of being stifled and stymied – an abrupt and immediate way out. (Think ’50 Ways to Leave Your Lover,’ a song.)

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Besides the direct ‘Get out of the box’ examples above, Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups say the same general thing in a different way. They describe breaking the mold, circumventing an impasse, a near-death experience, running off the road and getting stuck.

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And strangely enough the same two cards that say all these freedom-loving things also say: Can’t quit. That’s because Eight of Swords is ‘can’t’ and Eight of Cups is quitting. (The literal language-based system of Tarot Verbatim™ does this. The system is very flexible, and this is a byproduct of that.)

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Here are some other things Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups talk about, and they apply to one’s internal life rather than to external limitations: not helpless anymore, not hopeless anymore.

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Eight of Swords and Two of Wands combine hopeless with hopeful. The impossible takes longer, they say, because ‘impossible’ is a great translate for Eight of Swords fairly often, and Two of Wands is long term.

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Here you see being in a tight spot financially, or money being tied up, or a dead-end investment, since Eight of Swords is stymied or ‘tied up’ and Two of Wands is about financial matters including investments.

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Forever keep in mind that Two of Wands most of the time (tiresomely, even) will be saying ‘will,’ ‘will be,’ and other such future phrases – and that it translates ‘future’ as well. Today with Eight of Swords it says ‘will be shut down’ and ‘will get stuck.’ Note that getting stuck, since Eight of Cups is about both being on a road and about a detour, can refer to a vehicle going off road and getting stuck, or refer to a person ‘getting stuck’ in a situation.

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So Eight of Swords and Two of Wands can say ‘will not be able to,’ or can say ‘there will be nothing you can do.’ Using ‘wealth’ for Two of Wands, they can say ‘will not make money’ or ‘Can’t get wealthy.’ However, the three-card spread we have here strongly is a movie of being stuck, getting out, and doing well – a continuum. It is against the flow to put a negative spin on their messages, absent a question that puts them into that context.

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‘Can’t be’ or ‘will not be’ are Eight of Swords and Two of Wands. Eight of Swords is the ‘can’t,’ of course, and Two of Wands is the future. These simple short meanings for two cards together are so easy to overlook! And remind yourself that the ‘can’t be’ or ‘will not be’ is as easily a good thing as a bad one, depending on the context the other cards make.

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Eight of Swords, you know by now, is a brake. We take the brake off when the next two cards we are looking at don’t include Eight of Swords. Eight of Cups and Two of Wands say there will be a way out, or say (whoever) will get out or will leave. Eight of Cups is a switch (from one route to another), so with Two of Wands you get alternative income. Eight of Cups and Two of Wands commonly say these things: on to something else, will go another way, will switch.

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Alternative income belongs to Eight of Cups and Two of Wands too. Eight of Cups is about ‘alternative’ since it’s detouring to go another way. Two of Wands is the money as usual.

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Most of our sentences tell of getting out of that tight spot and having a better future because of the better future in Two of Wands as that relates to being in the stifling bad place of Eight of Swords. Without Two of Wands flashing such hope, the other two cards could tell the reverse of that story. Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups as easily read suddenly getting trapped as they do a quick exit from the trap.

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Here you are not seeing a way out and your hands are tied. The next thing you see is an overview of an ongoing endeavor. Something shifted in between when you weren’t looking. What was that? you wonder. What stopped me from doing this before? There will be a way out when there’s no way out. You are avoiding what you could not avoid, that’s what shifted.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups

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Now you’re out of EIGHT OF CUPS the box EIGHT OF SWORDS for sure TWO OF WANDS.

‘Get out of EIGHT OF CUPS jail EIGHT OF SWORDS‘ card ahead TWO OF WANDS.

Won’t be EIGHT OF CUPS incapacitated EIGHT OF SWORDS much longer TWO OF WANDS.

Leaving a hopeless EIGHT OF SWORDS financial outlook TWO OF WANDS behind EIGHT OF CUPS.

Ain’t helpless EIGHT OF SWORDS anymore EIGHT OF CUPS … got a plan TWO OF WANDS.

Can’t EIGHT OF SWORDS quit EIGHT OF CUPS because this is good money TWO OF WANDS.

Successfully TWO OF WANDS circumvent EIGHT OF CUPS a handicap EIGHT OF SWORDS or disability EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Not anymore EIGHT OF CUPS am I going to TWO OF WANDS let myself be tied up EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Near EIGHT OF CUPS-death EIGHT OF SWORDS experience changes EIGHT OF CUPS my future TWO OF WANDS.

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Tarot Readings:  Eight of Swords and Two of Wands

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The impossible EIGHT OF SWORDS is a longer term plan TWO OF WANDS – not now EIGHT OF CUPS.

Will get stuck EIGHT OF SWORDS when going TWO OF WANDS off-road EIGHT OF CUPS.

Bank will TWO OF WANDS shut down EIGHT OF SWORDS without notice EIGHT OF CUPS.

The forecast TWO OF WANDS that we could not avoid EIGHT OF SWORDS, we are avoiding EIGHT OF CUPS.

In a tight spot EIGHT OF SWORDS financially TWO OF WANDS, but not for long EIGHT OF CUPS.

It’s financial security TWO OF WANDS but a dead-end EIGHT OF SWORDS, and you quit EIGHT OF CUPS.

Switch from EIGHT OF CUPS a hopeless situation EIGHT OF SWORDS to a hopeful one TWO OF WANDS.

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Tarot Readings: Eight of Cups and Two of Wands

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Avoid EIGHT OF CUPS planning TWO OF WANDS, end up stuck EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Never again EIGHT OF CUPS will I be TWO OF WANDS stifled EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Will TWO OF WANDS avoid EIGHT OF CUPS the doldrums EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Get out of EIGHT OF CUPS an investment TWO OF WANDS that’s going nowhere EIGHT OF SWORDS.

There’s always TWO OF WANDS a way around EIGHT OF CUPS limitations EIGHT OF SWORDS.

There will be TWO OF WANDS a way out EIGHT OF CUPS when there’s no way out EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Make money TWO OF WANDS another way EIGHT OF CUPS when this one’s hopeless EIGHT OF SWORDS.

Will TWO OF WANDS go on to something else EIGHT OF CUPS when the way is blocked EIGHT OF SWORDS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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….  Eight of Swords and Eight of Cups Now you’re out of the box. Get out of jail card. Won’t be incapacitated. Leaving a hopeless _ behind. Ain’t helpless anymore. Can’t quit. Circumvent a handicap or disability. Not anymore let myself be tied up. Near-death experience changes _. The impossible is not now. Get stuck when going off-road. Shut down without notice. We are avoiding what we could not avoid. The _ that we could not avoid, we are avoiding. In a tight spot, but not for long. It’s a dead end, and you quit.*** Switch from a hopeless situation to …. Avoid _ and end up stuck. Never again be stifled. Avoid the doldrums. Get out of a _ that’s going nowhere. A way around limitations.*** A way out when there’s no way out. Another way when this one’s hopeless. Go to something else when the way is blocked. x 

…. Eight of Swords and Two of Wands –  In the box for sure. Jail ahead. Won’t be much longer.*** A hopeless financial outlook. Helpless, and got a plan. Can’t _ because this is good money. Successfully _ a handicap or disability. Going to let myself be tied up. Death experience _ my future. The impossible is a longer term plan. Will get stuck. Bank will shut down. The forecast that we could not avoid. In a tight spot financially. It’s financial security but a dead-end. From a hopeless situation to a hopeful one. _ planning and end up stuck. … will I be stifled. Will _ the doldrums. An investment that’s going nowhere. There’s always limitations.*** A way out when there’s no way out. Make money when it’s hopeless. Will _ when the way is blocked. x 

...  Eight of Cups and Two of Wands   Now you’re out for sure. Get out ahead. Won’t be much longer.*** Leaving a financial outlook behind. Ain’t _ anymore – got a plan. Quit because this is good money. Successfully circumvent _. Not anymore am I going to …. Near-__ experience changes my future. _ is a longer term plan – not now. Will _ when going off-road. Bank _ without notice. The forecast we are avoiding. … financially, but not for long. It’s financial security and you quit. Switch from a _ situation to a hopeful one. Avoid planning. Never again will I be _. Will avoid …. Get out of an investment. There’s always a way around. There will be a way out. Make money another way. Will go on to something else. x 

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  1. Ron Davidson

    Emily you are always so accurate on what’s going on in my life. I especially enjoy my ONE ON ONE with you. What an amazing experience!!!You can bet Ill be talking to you very often.
    Terrific visit last week. I only wish many others coud find how your advice helps in the everyday adventures in life!!!

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