Tarot Readings for You for May 13-14, 2017 Weekend©

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GUIDANCE        Oh those predatory type humans are almost everywhere you go. You are polite to them and you avoid them unless you go out of your way to invite them to a showdown when you’re in ‘No more Mr. Nice Guy’ mode. But usually you go out of your way to charm a jerk into mellowing out – for the moment at least. Sometimes that works too. Today we look at whether to avoid, to charm, or to take someone up on his snarly dare.

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Six of Swords – Knight of Cups – Five of Swords

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Six of Swords and Knight of Cups

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Not accepting any more abuse.

“No more Mr. Nice Guy,” I snarl.

You’re being robbed; leave for a better offer.

A bad-boy is going out of his way to be good.

You go out of your way for a friend who’s a jerk.

He loves you and leaves you when you pick on him.

You get out of his way diplomatically when he’s in his defiant mode.

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Tarot Readings: Six of Swords and Five of Swords

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You’re too nice but you’re getting tough.

From now on, Mr. Bossy Pants loves you.

Someone helps you get over the bad-guy.

Boyfriend doesn’t take advantage anymore.

He isn’t pushy anymore so you make friends.

Being so polite they cannot be rude anymore.

My buddy isn’t as mad at the world as he used to be.

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Tarot Readings: Knight of Cups and Five of Swords

Invite the bastard to leave.

Avoid abusing his generosity.

Getting into being politely assertive.

That abusive boyfriend is in the past.

On your way out, you politely pay back.

As time goes by a predatory fellow mellows.

That thug is going to be polite to me from now on.

Your friend beats the odds going through some very tough times.

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Six of Swords The meanings of Six of Swords are pretty straightforward but its applications are varied. You see a single mother skipping town at dusk with her son (tradition), with the help of a friend (the fellow who is using his boat for their escape), and with ‘the clothes on their back.’ Especially in Six of Swords, ALL the elements of the illustration apply.

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Six of Swords can apply as to the leaving, the trip, or the better future at the destination. This Six of Swords Tarot card can focus on the dismal situation they are leaving (past tense); can focus on the trip itself (present tense); can focus on the destination (future tense). So its mood ranges from dismal (leaving a bad scene) to practical (the journey) to hopeful (looking forward to a better time at the destination). Improvement of one’s lot is most often involved: hope.

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As to the past phrases, today we have these: not anymore, no more, get over, not as it used to be, is in the past.

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As to the present tense phrases, today we have these: leave, going out of the way, get out of the way, avoid, on the way out, going through.

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As to the future, today we have these phrases: getting, from now on, as time goes by, going to be.

Knight of Cups The three other knights are warlike. The illustration of Knight of Cups is in soft colors and curved lines. The horse is relaxed, has been standing stationary for a while (the hoof raised). Knight of Cups is the warm puppy, the boyfriend, the friend or buddy, the salesman, the cooperative easy-to-get-along-with friend or helper, the nice guy. Think Hermit without the vow of celibacy. (When Hermit and Knight of Cups appear in the same spread, you probably have a theme of helping/being helped.)

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Knight of Cups is the nice guy, is good, mellow, diplomatic, polite, open to suggestion and making helpful suggestions, is the friend and buddy, as well as the good-natured boyfriend who loves.

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Knight of Cups is about offer and acceptance, in both social and business contexts. When he shows up with the cards that mean deal or dealing (Three of Pentacles, Temperance, Six of Pentacles mainly), then his ‘offer’ and/or ‘acceptance’ meaning probably applies.

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Knight of Cups takes the initiative; he comes to the other person. Same as Hermit, again. He invites, and can translate ‘invitation.’

Five of Swords Five of Swords does have some ‘good’ meanings, or at least neutral ones. Remember he can mean to beat something or get the best of something (like, say, illness), and can simply be advice to be assertive, or translate ‘assertive’ or ‘tough.’ Five of Swords can be giving someone comeuppance, as well as someone getting ‘their just deserts.’ It can even mean a challenging situation, especially cutthroat competition. (Five of Wands also means ‘competition’ and is about fighting as well.)

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Okay. But most often Five of Swords is your bad guy: bastard, jerk, defiant, predatory fellow, thug, mooch, mugger, thief, abuser. Five of Swords is the revenge as well as the abuse. Five of Swords today is ‘getting tough’ and ‘being assertive.’ He can be the bully, or can be you whipping the bully. Which expresses how easy it is, really, to whip a bully.

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When describing action, here are Five of Swords’ words for today: I snarl, abuse, pushy, be rude, mad at the world, abusing, abusive, you pick on him, take advantage.

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Knight of Cups is the good-natured fellow who helps a friend out. Five of swords is a snarly pushy dude who takes advantage of a friend. Six of Swords of course is going from a bad scene to one that at least isn’t as bad. Lots of stories here. Knight of Cups is a giver; Five of Swords is a taker. Knight of Cups is giving; Five of Swords is a mooch. Knight of Cups is gentlemanly; Five of Swords has no class and may be a thug.

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In Six of Swords, a friends helps them out of a bad spot; Knight of Cups is the friend who helps. Knight of Cups helps, and Six of Swords is getting over a bad experience, so: ‘ Helps you get over the bad-guy.’

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Six of Swords is one of those pesky cards that can translate ‘ not anymore,’ as Eight of Cups can. Knight of Cups is accepting. Five of Swords is abuse or the abuser. So ‘Not accepting any more abuse’ and ‘ Boyfriend ( Knight of Cups) isn’t abusive anymore ’ are two things these three Tarot cards say. Knight of Cups is the nice guy and Six of Swords isn’t anymore: So, ‘ No more Mr. Nice Guy.’ But you are being so nice ( Knight of Cups) that they can’t be rude anymore – and rude is Five of Swords, surrounded by ‘ can’t be anymore.’

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The bad traits Five of Swords is famous for are nullified by the way Six of Swords ‘ isn’t as it used to be’ and ‘ is in the past’ and ‘ is getting over it.’ However, be aware that Six of Swords also translates ‘ from now on’ and also phrases like ‘ as time goes by.’ Six of Swords picks up time-sequence meanings because its story refers to the past, the present, and the future. (See what the single-card meaning department above has to say about Six of Swords.) Always keep in mind when deciphering which time-phrase Six of Swords is using this time that its story is always improving – getting out of the woods, putting the trauma behind, and getting over the bad times.

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Knight of Cups is an offer. Six of Swords is leaving one scene for a better one, so: ‘ Leave for a better offer.’

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Knight of Cups invites, and translates ‘ invitation.’ So we have ‘ Invite the bastard ( Five of Swords) to leave (Six of Swords).

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As I say in the single-card meanings of Six of Swords: “The meanings of Six of Swords are pretty straightforward but its applications are varied.”

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES

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Knight of Cups is the good-natured fellow who helps a friend out. Five of swords is a snarly pushy dude who takes advantage of a friend. Six of Swords of course is going from a bad scene to one that at least isn’t as bad. Lots of stories here. Knight of Cups is a giver; Five of Swords is a taker. Knight of Cups is giving; Five of Swords is a mooch. Knight of Cups is gentlemanly; Five of Swords has no class and may be a thug.

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In Six of Swords, a friends helps them out of a bad spot; Knight of Cups is the friend who helps. Knight of Cups helps, and Six of Swords is getting over a bad experience, so: ‘Helps you get over the bad-guy.’

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Six of Swords is one of those pesky cards that can translate ‘not anymore,’ as Eight of Cups can. Knight of Cups is accepting. Five of Swords is abuse or the abuser. So ‘Not accepting any more abuse’ and ‘Boyfriend (Knight of Cups) isn’t abusive anymore’ are two things these three Tarot cards say. Knight of Cups is the nice guy and Six of Swords isn’t anymore: So, ‘No more Mr. Nice Guy.’ But you are being so nice (Knight of Cups) that they can’t be rude anymore – and rude is Five of Swords, surrounded by ‘can’t be anymore.’

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The bad traits Five of Swords is famous for are nullified by the way Six of Swords ‘isn’t as it used to be’ and ‘is in the past’ and ‘is getting over it.’ However, be aware that Six of Swords also translates ‘from now on’ and also phrases like ‘as time goes by.’ Six of Swords picks up time-sequence meanings because its story refers to the past, the present, and the future. (See what the single-card meaning department has to say above about Six of Swords.) Always keep in mind when deciphering which time-phrase Six of Swords is using this time that its story is always about improving – getting out of the woods, putting the trauma behind, and getting over the bad times.

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Knight of Cups is an offer. Six of Swords is leaving one scene for a better one, so: ‘Leave for a better offer.’

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Knight of Cups invites, and translates ‘invitation.’ So we have ‘Invite the bastard (Five of Swords) to leave (Six of Swords).

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As I say in the single-card meanings of Six of Swords: “The meanings of Six of Swords are pretty straightforward but its applications are varied.”

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As you pass through your days, there’s help and there’s hindrance. There’s helpful friends and strangers who assist, and there’s the Lookin’ Out for Number Ones who figure to get something out of you as you pass by. You paddle your boat into and out of these territories. You keep going until you get to where you’re going, which we figure is better than where you came from.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Six of Swords and Knight of Cups

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Not accepting KNIGHT OF CUPS any more SIX OF SWORDS abuse FIVE OF SWORDS.

“No more SIX OF SWORDS Mr. Nice Guy KNIGHT OF CUPS,” I snarl FIVE OF SWORDS.

You’re being robbed FIVE OF SWORDS; leave for a better SIX OF SWORDS offer KNIGHT OF CUPS.

A bad-boy FIVE OF SWORDS is going out of his way SIX OF SWORDS to be good KNIGHT OF CUPS.

You go out of your way SIX OF SWORDS for a friend KNIGHT OF CUPS who’s a jerk FIVE OF SWORDS.

He loves you KNIGHT OF CUPS and leaves you SIX OF SWORDS when you pick on him FIVE OF SWORDS.

You get out of his way SIX OF SWORDS diplomatically KNIGHT OF CUPS when he’s in his defiant mode FIVE OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings: Six of Swords and Five of Swords

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You’re too nice KNIGHT OF CUPS but you’re getting SIX OF SWORDS tough FIVE OF SWORDS.

From now on SIX OF SWORDS, Mr. Bossy Pants FIVE OF SWORDS loves you KNIGHT OF CUPS.

Someone helps you KNIGHT OF CUPS get over SIX OF SWORDS the bad-guy FIVE OF SWORDS.

Boyfriend KNIGHT OF CUPS doesn’t take advantage FIVE OF SWORDS anymore SIX OF SWORDS.

He isn’t pushy FIVE OF SWORDS anymore SIX OF SWORDS so you make friends KNIGHT OF CUPS.

Being so polite KNIGHT OF CUPS they cannot be rude FIVE OF SWORDS anymore SIX OF SWORDS.

My buddy KNIGHT OF CUPS isn’t as mad at the world FIVE OF SWORDS as he used to be SIX OF SWORDS.

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Tarot Readings: Knight of Cups and Five of Swords

Invite KNIGHT OF CUPS the bastard FIVE OF SWORDS to leave SIX OF SWORDS.

Avoid SIX OF SWORDS abusing FIVE OF SWORDS his generosity KNIGHT OF CUPS.

Getting into SIX OF SWORDS being politely KNIGHT OF CUPS assertive FIVE OF SWORDS.

That abusive FIVE OF SWORDS boyfriend KNIGHT OF CUPS is in the past SIX OF SWORDS.

On your way out SIX OF SWORDS, you politely KNIGHT OF CUPS pay back FIVE OF SWORDS.

As time goes by SIX OF SWORDS a predatory fellow FIVE OF SWORDS mellows KNIGHT OF CUPS.

That thug FIVE OF SWORDS is going to be polite KNIGHT OF CUPS to me from now on SIX OF SWORDS.

Your friend KNIGHT OF CUPS beats the odds FIVE OF SWORDS going through some very tough times 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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…. Six of Swords and Knight of CupsNot accepting any more. No more Mr. Nice Guy.*** Going out of his way to be good. You go out of your way for a friend. He loves you and leaves you.*** You get out of his way diplomatically. You’re too nice but you’re getting _. From now on _ loves you. Someone helps you get over _. Boyfriend doesn’t _ anymore. He isn’t _ anymore so you make friends. Being so polite they cannot _ anymore. My buddy isn’t as he used to be. Invite _ to leave. Avoid _ his generosity. Getting into being politely _. That boyfriend is in the past. On your way out, you politely _. As time goes by, a fellow mellows. Going to be polite to me from now on. Going to be polite from now on. Your friend is going through some very touch times. x

.. Six of Swords and Five of Swords Not any more abuse. No more _, I snarl. You’re being robbed; leave for a better _. A bad-boy is going out of his way. You go out of your way for a jerk.*** Leaves you when you pick on him. You get out of his way when he’s in defiant mode. You’re getting touch.*** From now on, Mr. Bossy Pants …. Get over the bad-guy. Doesn’t take advantage anymore. He isn’t pushy anymore. They cannot be rude anymore. Isn’t as mad at the world as he used to be. _ the bastard to leave. Avoid _ his generosity. Getting into being assertive. That abusive _ is in the past. On your way out, you pay back. As time goes by, a predatory fellow _. That thug is going to be _ from now on. Beats the odds going through some very tough times. x

.. Knight of Cups and Five of Swords Not accepting abuse.*** “… Mr. Nice Guy,” I snarl. You’re being robbed … a better offer. A bad-boy is _ to be good. A friend who’s a jerk.*** He loves you when you pick on him. Diplomatic when he’s in his defiant mode. You’re too nice, but tough. Mr. Bossy Pants loves you. Someone helps you _ the bad-guy. Boyfriend takes advantage. He is pushy so you make friends. Being so polite they are rude. My buddy is mad as the world. Invite the bastard to _. Abusing his generosity. Being politely assertive. That abusive boyfriend.*** You politely pay back. A predatory fellow mellows. That thus is polite to me. Your friend beats the odds. x

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