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GUIDANCE          There’s this internal radar in humans about fairness, not that they all have the same definition: It gets tangled up with their self-interest so that especially some people’s radar is about ‘somebody has to pay my bills and make me happy.’ But this gut feeling about ‘fair’ visits us and lives within our psyche unbidden.

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Seven of Wands – Hierophant – Six of Pentacles

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Hierophant

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Fight fair to be treated fairly.

Push yourself to get a passing grade.

The church is pressuring people to donate.

The effort it takes to be middle class and pay bills.

Insist he behave himself to be treated with respect.

Pressure to conform and accept what they give you.

I am forcing myself to accept the accepted mindset.

An attempt to dislodge the Establishment is its own reward.

Stand up for things to be the way they are, and pay the price for it.

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Six of Pentacles

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A good fight for justice.

He protests in court how respectable he is.

Under pressure to accept the average wage.

Raising a fuss to get the attention it deserves.

I just can’t get myself to accept the status quo.

Holding out to get the money you are entitled to.

Getting what he needs in his struggle to be normal.

Not letting myself spend money the way I usually do.

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Tarot Readings: Hierophant and Six of Pentacles

Pays the usual fine for disorderly conduct.

Pay the sticker price, as much as I hate to.

He insists he is entitled to get your money.

This underdog deserves to get our attention.

Paying the bills is what usually drives me crazy.

Give him some pills, his crazy ass will be normal.

Makes a scene when treated fairly according to the rules.

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Seven of Wands Seven of Wands – The illustration is about neighbors outnumbering a landowner in a surprise attack to take his property. Seven of Wands is often about some kind of fight, especially an uneven fight, dispute, provocation, protest, clash, struggle or effort. The illustration makes for two separate scenarios, each of which has many variations on the theme.

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The first scenario is about the person who’s outnumbered and under attack. The first scenario is defending what’s yours, being defensive, being taken by surprise, being threatened, holding out for (something), standing up for yourself, about what the individual is up against, the pressure the defender is under, the opposition a person (or a side) is facing, and about an unexpected challenge. Seven of Wands is also protesting for (whatever) and being the underdog. Something drives you crazy (‘drives me up a wall’). “I’m mad as hell and I won’t take this anymore.”

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The second scenario emphasizes the attackers. In real-life Tarot use, Seven of Wands often features a demanding unreasonable person, a mooch pressuring ‘the mark’ to provide for him/her, disorderly conduct, a pushy in-your-face person (which can refer to sales pressure). This can be an actual mugger, although that’s usually expressed with Seven of Swords or Five of Swords. Think of Seven of Wands Scenario Number Two as the drunk who demands the car keys, or the dependent who demands your car and, no, will not even fill up the tank – or even harassment by salespeople or telephone robots. Today with Hierophant, the church pressures for donations.

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Seven of Wands doesn’t always involve a second party, though: It can be about pushing yourself to do, or to not do. It can be about something that simply drives you crazy (paying the bills, with Six of Pentacles). Seven of Wands can appear in your spread to represent that something is against the odds, or that a project will be an uphill battle – adverse circumstances.

Hierophant Hierophant is a complex card. You see a pope doing a ritual with his religious helpers, which is what they ordinarily, normally, and usually do – a routine. So Hierophant is the usual situation that we accept as such. Hierophant is the way things should be, ought to be, no harm being done, another nice Mister-Rogers day in the neighborhood … the middle class neighborhood.

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Hierophant is the median, modicum, expected, accepted, okay, good enough state of being. It can translate ‘enough’ at times. A passing grade, most people’s mindset, things the way they are, the status quo, a clean act, the sticker price, the usual. It is also conforming to what is expected and accepted – obeying the rules, including the unwritten rules.

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The pope of course brings Hierophant meanings of church, religion, Establishment, approved, moral, respectable, religious people and reverends. Any religion. ‘Church’ can translate ‘temple’ or ‘ashram,’ etc.

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Hierophant involves what is fair, as part of its moral stance of respectability. That includes what is deserved, what a person is entitled to, what a person (or other entity) should have or get.

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We are not today using or presenting Hierophant’s ‘image’ or ‘face’ meanings today, which are about the difference between what is factual and what we politely pretend is factual. The difference between the report and the real.

Six of PentaclesAn exchange: the employer is paying workers fairly, and they are accepting the money. Six of Pentacles is an exchange of just about anything, commonly money, attention, respect, or pills (which includes medical treatments).

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Six of Pentacles doesn’t have to be a two-sided transaction or exchange. It means both to give and to receive, to treat and to be treated, to give or get attention, respect, money or anything else. It also is the Tarot card for payments (monthly or otherwise).

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The exchange is a fair exchange: The employer holds the scales and weighs the coins the employees are receiving. The scales introduce a justice theme for Six of Pentacles, which has quite a few justice applications as well as general fairness applications. It translates ‘justice’ and refers to being in court, and refers to its proceedings – to paying fines, to legal fees, etc.

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Hierophant and Six of Pentacles are both about. fairness, are both about. being entitled to and. deserving. They establish today’s theme, today’s subject, today’s stories. Although their meanings intersect and overlap on these themes of. behaving justly, they are very different in their applications otherwise.

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You can see Six of Pentacles involves an exchange with other people, and you can see that Hierophant is people who are involved in doing the same thing. You can see that Hierophant involves a religious ritual, and you can see that Six of Pentacles involves justice.

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It’s only a small stretch to see the Establishment in Hierophant (what’s more established than organized religion?) and to see the justice system (another Establishment of course) in Six of Pentacles (via the scales).

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By the way, we have a great example of a card echoing part of another card’s meaning. Six of Pentacles is getting what you are entitled to, and is also getting the money you are entitled to, while Hierophant stands by meaning the ‘ entitled’ part too.

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Then we have our rebel over here, all nerved up … who is also ourselves defending what’s ours from the likes of him. Seven of Wands means both those things … get used to the dichotomy there. You see a sliver of this double meaning in Five of Swords too, which means both the bully and putting the bully in his place.

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Seven of Wands disrupts the peace of Hierophant ( disorderly conduct). Seven of Wands confronts the paycheck of Six of Pentacles: He deserves money too, vandal that he is, and demands it. (Remember that Seven of Wands is either the robbing neighbors who encroach upon another’s home, or the victim defending himself from them aggressively. The landowner wins, by the way: tradition, and Mother Nature.)

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Seven of Wands reflects the emotion of indignation, protest, insisting, raising hell. Think “ I’m mad as hell and won’t take it anymore,” and think ‘ Gimme those car keys, dammit.”

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We have stories.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES

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Hierophant and Six of Pentacles are both about fairness, are both about being entitled to and deserving. They establish today’s theme, today’s subject, today’s stories. Although their meanings intersect and overlap on these themes of behaving justly, they are very different in their applications otherwise.

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You can see Six of Pentacles involves an exchange with other people, and you can see that Hierophant is people who are involved in doing the same thing. You can see that Hierophant involves a religious ritual, and you can see that Six of Pentacles involves justice.

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It’s only a small stretch to see the Establishment in Hierophant (what’s more established than organized religion?) and to see the justice system (another Establishment of course) in Six of Pentacles (via the scales).

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By the way, we have a great example of a card echoing part of another card’s meaning. Six of Pentacles is getting what you are entitled to, and is also getting the money you are entitled to, while Hierophant stands by meaning the ‘entitled’ part too.

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Then we have our rebel over here, all nerved up … who is also ourselves defending what’s ours from the likes of him. Seven of Wands means both those things … get used to the dichotomy there. You see a sliver of this double meaning in Five of Swords too, which means both the bully and putting the bully in his place.

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Seven of Wands disrupts the peace of Hierophant (disorderly conduct). Seven of Wands confronts the paycheck of Six of Wands: He deserves money too, vandal that he is, and demands it. (Remember that Seven of Wands is either the robbing neighbors who encroach upon another’s home, or the victim defending himself from them aggressively. (The landowner wins, by the way: tradition, and Mother Nature.)

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Seven of Wands reflects the emotion of indignation, protest, insisting, raising hell. Think “I’m mad as hell and won’t take it anymore,” and think ‘Gimme those car keys, dammit.”

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We have stories.

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I paid my dues, and you did too. And here’s a heathen at the door loudly demanding a cut. He feels entitled to your paycheck as if he were the underdog and not the lazy dog. The effort it takes for you to pay the bills and not spend money the way you usually do makes this situation the part of the status quo that you’re mad as hell about and won’t put up with anymore.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Hierophant

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Fight SEVEN OF WANDS fair HIEROPHANT to be treated fairly SIX OF PENTACLES.

Push yourself SEVEN OF WANDS to get SIX OF PENTACLES a passing grade HIEROPHANT.

The church HIEROPHANT is pressuring people SEVEN OF WANDS to donate SIX OF PENTACLES.

The effort it takes SEVEN OF WANDS to be middle class HIEROPHANT and pay bills SIX OF PENTACLES.

Insist SEVEN OF WANDS he behave himself HIEROPHANT to be treated with respect SIX OF PENTACLES.

Pressure to SEVEN OF WANDS conform HIEROPHANT and accept what they give you SIX OF PENTACLES.

I am forcing myself to SEVEN OF WANDS accept SIX OF PENTACLES the accepted mindset HIEROPHANT.

An attempt to dislodge SEVEN OF WANDS the Establishment HIEROPHANT is its own reward SIX OF PENTACLES.

Stand up for SEVEN OF WANDS things to be the way they are HIEROPHANT, and pay the price for it SIX OF PENTACLES.

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Tarot Readings: Seven of Wands and Six of Pentacles

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A good HIEROPHANT fight for SEVEN OF WANDS justice SIX OF PENTACLES.

He protests SEVEN OF WANDS in court SIX OF PENTACLES how respectable he is HIEROPHANT.

Under pressure to SEVEN OF WANDS accept the average HIEROPHANT wage SIX OF PENTACLES.

Raising a fuss SEVEN OF WANDS to get the attention SIX OF PENTACLES it deserves HIEROPHANT.

I just can’t get myself to SEVEN OF WANDS accept SIX OF PENTACLES the status quo HIEROPHANT.

Holding out to SEVEN OF WANDS get the money SIX OF PENTACLES you are entitled to HIEROPHANT.

Getting what he needs SIX OF PENTACLES in his struggle SEVEN OF WANDS to be normal HIEROPHANT.

Not letting myself SEVEN OF WANDS spend money SIX OF PENTACLES the way I usually do HIEROPHANT.

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Tarot Readings: Hierophant and Six of Pentacles

Pays the usual HIEROPHANT fine SIX OF PENTACLES for disorderly conduct SEVEN OF WANDS.

Pay SIX OF PENTACLES the sticker price HIEROPHANT, as much as I hate to SEVEN OF WANDS.

He insists SEVEN OF WANDS he is entitled HIEROPHANT to get your money SIX OF PENTACLES.

This underdog SEVEN OF WANDS deserves to HIEROPHANT get our attention SIX OF PENTACLES.

Paying the bills is SIX OF PENTACLES what usually HIEROPHANT drives me crazy SEVEN OF WANDS.

Give him some pills SIX OF PENTACLES, his crazy ass SEVEN OF WANDS will be normal HIEROPHANT.

Makes a scene when SEVEN OF WANDS treated fairly SIX OF PENTACLES according to the rules HIEROPHANT.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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…. Seven of Wands and Hierophant Fight fair.*** Push yourself to get _. The church is pressuring people.*** The effort it takes to be middle class.*** Insist he behave himself.*** Pressure to conform.*** I am forcing myself to accept. An attempt to dislodge the Establishment.*** Stand up for things to be the way they are. A good fight.*** He protests how respectable he is.*** Under pressure to accept the average. Under pressure to accept. Raising a fuss to get attention.*** I just can’t get myself to the status quo. Holding out for what you are entitled to. His struggle to be normal. Not letting myself _ the way I usually do. The usual _ for disorderly conduct. The sticker price, as much as I hate to. He insists he is entitled. The underdog deserves to …. What usually drives me crazy. His crazy ass will be normal. Makes a scene according to the rules. x

.. Seven of Wands and Six of Pentacles Fight to be treated fairly.*** Push yourself to get _. Pressuring people to donate. The effort it takes to pay bills. Insist he be treated with respect. Pressure to accept what they give you. I am forcing myself to accept. An attempt to dislodge is its own reward. Stand up for it, and pay the price for it. A fight for justice.*** He protests in court. Under pressure to accept the wage. Raising a fuss to get the attention. I just can’t get myself to accept _. Holding out to get the money. Getting what he needs in his struggle. Not letting myself spend money. Pays the fine for disorderly conduct.*** Pay, as much as I hate to. He insists on getting your money. The underdog gets our attention. Paying the bills drives me crazy. Give him some pills and his crazy ass …. Makes a scene when treated fairly. x

.. Hierophant and Six of Pentacles fair, to be treated fairly. Get a passing grade. The church … to donate. Be middle class and pay bills. Behave himself to be treated with respect. Conform and accept what they give you. Accept the accepted mindset. The Establishment is its own reward. For things to be the way they are, and pay the price for it. A good justice. In court, how respectable he is. Accept the average wage. Get the attention it deserves. Accept the status quo. Get the money you are entitled to. Getting what he needs to be normal. Spend money the way I usually do. Pays the usual fine. Pay the sticker price. He is entitled to get your money. Deserves to get our attention. Paying the bills is what usually …. Give him some pills, he will be normal. Treated fairly according to the rules. x

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