Tarot Readings for You for May 6-7, 2017 Weekend© 

May 5, 2017 by

GUIDANCE         We are looking around, and here’s the way it looks: We are betwixt and between – out of one thing and not into another yet (but almost), starting over or aborting course for something else. We occupy the change. One door closes (maybe I did that myself!) and my hand is on the doorknob of another … and there’s this pause before my wrist makes that turn.

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Judgment – Two of Swords – Eight of Cups

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Judgment and Two of Swords

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Tell them not to interrupt.

Never again – I’m outta here.

Leave and don’t go back there.

Nothing changes until it changes.

Just walk away and don’t say a word.

I give up – I’m not telling them again.

It doesn’t change, so you give up on it.

Leave without notice and never come back.

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Tarot Readings: Judgment and Eight of Cups

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The change isn’t abrupt.

Canceled without warning.

I don’t wake up in the wee hours.

Tell (him) you’re leaving; it’s over.

Don’t quit just before you’re promoted.

There’s no escaping the next phase of life.

An awakening you do not go out of your way for.

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Tarot Readings: Two of Swords and Eight of Cups

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Recovery is not immediate.

Renew it before it’s canceled.

Quit cold-turkey and never speak of it.

Surpriseyou detour around a roadblock.

Don’t give up yet – there’s another round.

Don’t you give up – a new life is right here.

It’s a new life and you’re not going off the path.

Give notice that you’re not letting him off the hook.

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Judgment – To change from one form, state or phase to another is Judgment’s core meaning. That includes (and emphasizes) returning to the way it was – rehashing, recovering, re- anythinging! It all springs from being alive again, of course.

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Here are the words in today’s post that arise from this concept of changing to another phase: again, the next, renew, another round, new life, next phase; go back there, come back; recovery; you’re promoted.

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The horn that wakes the dead also births some of Judgment’s phrases. Here are today’s: warning, wake up, awakening, surprise.

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Judgment’s other meanings are not used here today. You can Google ‘Judgment Tarot Verbatim’ and get the whole archive.

Two of Swords Here’s an anchor card. It’s a walking negative modifier in Tarot Verbatim™. The illustration shows a blindfolded woman in night clothes or underwear in the middle of the night seated on a stone bench with arms crossed, each arm holding a heavy double-edged sword. She seems perched on the edge of a seawall, with her back to the water. Putting the swords down, she might get cut. The situation, whatever it is, is in stasis, gridlock, stuck – similar to the fix we see Eight of Swords in.

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This is how Two of Swords means the whole dictionary of negative modifiers. Today’s grab bag of them is: not to, never, don’t, nothing, not, it doesn’t, never, isn’t, I don’t, there’s no, you do not is not, don’t you, you’re not, that you’re not.

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Other meanings of Two of Swords also reflect the stasis: it’s over, canceled, roadblock. Two of Swords also says ‘without’ today, which is rare.

Eight of CupsA pilgrim has to detour, to change his direction and course, because of external circumstances. The external circumstances are mountains and a river. He will resume his course: That is implied in the full meaning of Eight of Cups by the fact that, as a pilgrim, he is determined to arrive.

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Eight of Cups is betwixt and between (midway, neither one nor the other, has left but not arrived). Eight of Cups has unexpected meanings just as it pictures an unexpected disruption of progress.

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To abort course is a core concept to Eight of Cups; it translates ‘abort’ or ‘abortion.’ To give up, to walk away, to leave, to quit, to detour, to go out of the way, go off the road or path, to escape, to be let off the hook, to quit just before, to leave without notice, to escape.

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To interrupt or disrupt, abrupt, canceled, immediate, cold-turkey, until it changes, and ‘before.’ A related card will tell you ‘before WHAT.’

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Judgment and Eight of Cups: Both these cards’ major meaning are change, and abrupt change, sudden change, at that. Judgment even means ‘sudden’ all by itself.

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Judgment can undo a change though, because Judgment means ‘ to go back’ and ‘ goes back to the way it was,’ and ‘to return to a former state.’ It’s the dead becoming alive again in the illustration that gives Judgment these meanings.

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Eight of Cups, too, can undo a change – in a sense, and to a lesser extent. Implied in Eight of Cups is that, after this change which is a detour of some sort, the former direction (or whatever Eight of Cups is referring to in that spread) resumes. Eight of Cups’ basic illustration-meaning is having to go out of your way – an interruption or disruption to whatever is going on, and detouring around or accommodating that disruption. This implication (of resuming) applies once in a while; it’s not a constant.

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So we have two cards about it ending and one about a restart.

Judgment is the restart, but it also commonly means these things: suddenly, again, a new phase or new life, and news, publicity or to speak/say/tell. It can also refer to an epiphany or revelation. Another once-in-a-while Judgment meaning is a loud noise.

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By the way: Judgment also means a notice, which can combine with Eight of Cups to say ‘a notice of cancellation.’ That’s easy to miss in some spreads, especially if Lovers is there using its rare application as insurance (‘ covered from above’).

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Eight of Cups too has several otherwise-unrelated meanings that are held together by having to change course and go around something to get where you’re going, which involves an ending and a beginning as well as a disruption. See the two moon phases glued together there? The two phases of the moon make this card compatible with ‘it’s over before it begins’ and ‘ out of one and into the other,’ a switch. That new-moon + full moon can actually mean a month’s duration once in a while; that can mean ‘ the wee hours’ or dawn; and that can mean the end of something and the beginning of another: outta here and onto something else.

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Judgment means that ‘ out of one and into the other’ shift too, and also means to restart. (We are examining similarities of application of Judgment and Eight of Cups.)

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You gotta watch Eight of Cups: Its meanings apply with a very broad brush, and it will take you a while to get used to applying some of them. Not to worry.

Two of Swords echoes Eight of Cups ‘end,’ and is a major negator (negative modifier). Two of Swords is roadblock. It sometimes indicates ‘no way in hell.’ Note that we have two negatives (which in the English language cancels one of them).

So we have change and ‘ no’ and some kind of switch or dropping out. And we have a few other similar things. They are all jumbled together in this spread – without a question and without any history to pin to. These three concepts can be arranged all sorts of ways and applied to all sorts of things here. In real Tarot life, in real practice, you would have a skeleton to put this flesh on.

Two of Swords and Eight of Cups are quite the combination. (Google them for the dizzying particulars.) I have fetched a few of them for you from another spread:

not immediate

don’t go out of your way

has not changed its ways

not changing

not giving up

don’t quit

not getting off the path

don’t drop out

don’t go anywhere

it doesn’t change

suddenly it’s over

don’t leave

don’t go out of your way

nothing changes

that’s not going to change

not going to leave

no immediate change

not leaving so abruptly

not over yet

doesn’t abandon course

don’t be a no-show

can’t get out of here

not disrupted.

Flux. That is what these three amount to, appearing together – changes of direction. We have stories.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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Judgment and Eight of Cups: Both these cards’ major meaning is change, and abrupt change, sudden change, at that. Judgment even means ‘sudden’ all by itself.

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Judgment can undo a change though, because Judgment means ‘to go back’ and ‘goes back to the way it was,’ and ‘to return to a former state.’ It’s the dead becoming alive again in the illustration that gives Judgment these meanings.

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Eight of Cups, too, can undo a change – in a sense, and to a lesser extent. Implied in Eight of Cups is that, after this change which is a detour of some sort, the former direction (or whatever Eight of Cups is referring to in that spread) resumes. Eight of Cups’ basic illustration-meaning is having to go out of your way – an interruption or disruption to whatever is going on, and detouring around or accommodating that disruption. This implication (of resuming) applies once in a while; it’s not a constant.

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So we have two cards about it ending and one about a restart.

Judgment is the restart, but it also commonly means these things: suddenly, again, a new phase or new life, and news, publicity or to speak/say/tell. It can also refer to an epiphany or revelation. Another once-in-a-while Judgment meaning is a loud noise.

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By the way: Judgment also means a notice, which can combine with Eight of Cups to say ‘a notice of cancellation.’ That’s easy to miss in some spreads, especially if Lovers is there using its rare application as insurance (‘covered from above’).

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Eight of Cups too has several otherwise-unrelated meanings that are held together by having to change course and go around something to get where you’re going, which involves an ending and a beginning as well as a disruption. See the two moon phases glued together there? The two phases of the moon make this card compatible with ‘it’s over before it begins’ and ‘out of one and into the other,’ a switch. That new-moon + full moon can actually mean a month’s duration once in a while; that can mean ‘the wee hours’ or dawn; and that can mean the end of something and the beginning of another: outta here and onto something else.

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Judgment means that ‘out of one and into the other’ shift too, and also means to restart. (We are examining similarities of application of Judgment and Eight of Cups.)

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You gotta watch Eight of Cups: Its meanings apply with a very broad brush, and it will take you a while to get used to applying some of them. Not to worry.

Two of Swords echoes Eight of Cups ‘end,’ and is a major negator (negative modifier). Two of Swords is roadblock. It sometimes indicates ‘no way in hell.’ Note that we have two negatives (which in the English language cancels one of them).

So we have change and ‘no’ and some kind of switch or dropping out. And we have a few other similar things. They are all jumbled together in this spread – without a question and without any history to pin to. These three concepts can be arranged all sorts of ways and applied to all sorts of things here. In real Tarot life, in real practice, you would have a skeleton to put this flesh on.

Two of Swords and Eight of Cups are quite the combination. (Google them for the dizzying particulars.) I have fetched a few of them for you from another spread:

don’t go out of your way

has not changed its ways

not changing

not giving up

don’t quit

not getting off the path

don’t drop out

don’t go anywhere

it doesn’t change

suddenly it’s over

don’t leave

don’t go out of your way

nothing changes

that’s not going to change

not going to leave

no immediate change

not leaving so abruptly

not over yet

doesn’t abandon course

don’t be a no-show

can’t get out of here

not disrupted.

Flux. That is what these three amount to, appearing together – changes of direction. We have stories.

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He stalked out and slammed her door after she had the nerve to say that. And as the door slammed, it came to him: This is the dame that will never come crawling, never call you, never say she’s sorry … because she never is. NOW WHAT?! That ‘now what?’ is where today’s words are at. Out of one thing and the other isn’t here yet. This turf applies to a thousand stories, a thousand situations, and we mention a few of them here.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Judgment and Two of Swords

.. ….. Tell them JUDGMENT not to TWO OF SWORDS interrupt EIGHT OF CUPS .

Never TWO OF SWORDS again JUDGMENT – I’m outta here EIGHT OF CUPS .

Leave EIGHT OF CUPS and don’t TWO OF SWORDS go back there JUDGMENT.

Nothing TWO OF SWORDS changes JUDGMENT until it changes EIGHT OF CUPS .

Just walk away EIGHT OF CUPS and don’t TWO OF SWORDS say a word JUDGMENT.

I give up EIGHT OF CUPS – I’m not TWO OF SWORDS telling them again JUDGMENT.

It doesn’t TWO OF SWORDS change JUDGMENT, so you give up on it EIGHT OF CUPS .

Leave without notice EIGHT OF CUPS and never TWO OF SWORDS come back JUDGMENT.

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Tarot Readings: Judgment and Eight of Cups

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The change JUDGMENT isn’t TWO OF SWORDS abrupt.

Canceled without TWO OF SWORDS warning JUDGMENT.

I don’t TWO OF SWORDS wake up JUDGMENT in the wee hours.

Tell (him) JUDGMENT you’re leaving; it’s over TWO OF SWORDS.

Don’t TWO OF SWORDS quit just before you’re promoted JUDGMENT.

There’s no TWO OF SWORDS escaping the next phase of life JUDGMENT.

An awakening JUDGMENT you do not TWO OF SWORDS go out of your way for.

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Tarot Readings: Two of Swords and Eight of Cups

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Recovery JUDGMENT is not TWO OF SWORDS immediate EIGHT OF CUPS .

Renew it JUDGMENT before it’s EIGHT OF CUPS canceled TWO OF SWORDS.

Quit cold-turkey EIGHT OF CUPS and never TWO OF SWORDS speak of it JUDGMENT.

Surprise JUDGMENTyou detour around EIGHT OF CUPS a roadblock TWO OF SWORDS.

Don’t TWO OF SWORDS give up yet EIGHT OF CUPS – there’s another round JUDGMENT.

Don’t you TWO OF SWORDS give up EIGHT OF CUPS – a new life is right here JUDGMENT.

It’s a new life JUDGMENT and you’re not TWO OF SWORDS going off the path EIGHT OF CUPS.

Give notice JUDGMENT that you’re not TWO OF SWORDS letting him off the hook EIGHT OF CUPS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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…. Judgment and Two of Swords Tell them not to. Never again. Don’t go back there. Nothing changes. Don’t say a word. I’m not telling them again. It doesn’t change. Never come back. The change isn’t _. Without warning. I don’t wake up. Tell (him) it’s over. Don’t … you’re promoted. There’s no next phase of life. An awakening you do not …. Recovery is not …. Renew it … canceled. Never speak of it. Surprise – a roadblock. Don’t _ – there’s another round. Don’t you … – a new life is right here. It’s a new life and you’re not …. Give notice that you’re not ….x

.  . Judgment and Eight of Cups Tell them to interrupt. Again, I’m outta here. Leave, and go back there. … changes, until it changes. Just walk away and _ say a word. I give up telling them again. It doesn’t change. Leave without notice and come back. The change isn’t _. Canceled _ warning. Wake up in the wee hours. Tell him you’re leaving. Quit just before you’re promoted. Escape the next phase of life. An awakening you go out of your way for. Recovery is immediate. Renew it … canceled. Quit cold-turkey and speak of it. Surprise, you detour around. Give up yet – there’s another round. Give up a new life that is right here. It’s a new life and you’re going off the path. Give notice that you’re letting him off the hook. x

.. Two of Swords and Eight of Cups Not to interrupt. Never – I’m outta here. Leave, and don’t …. Nothing until it changes. Just walk away and don’t …. I give up – I’m not …. It doesn’t _, so you give up on it. Leave without notice and never …. Isn’t abrupt. Canceled warning. I don’t _ in the wee hours. You’re leaving; it’s over. Don’t quit just before …. There’s no escaping _. You do not go out of your way.*** Is not immediate. Before it’s canceled. Quit cold-turkey and never …. You detour around a roadblock. Don’t give up yet. Don’t you give up. You’re not going off the path. You’re not letting him off the hook. x

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4 Comments

  1. Kelly

    Absolutely true for me. I feel so strongly that I have been taking action and waiting for the next ship. This may be a pivotal week so I am really appreciating the journey thus far. Thanks for this Emily.Reference

    • Thank you for speaking too. Love to hear from people. I think iPhones cannot comment, and other mobiles too. Techs say something like there’s too much material on here for that. (But, well, they used to!)
      You are “comin’ round the bend.”

  2. Pia Alarcon

    My situation exactly. This reading feels like a confirmation that i am doing the the best thing for me. Abort, changed my mind completly, not going with you guys!
    Great reading, thank you😊

    • I second that emotion, and wish you on your merry way.
      Thank you for talking to me here. (It gets lonely.)

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