Tarot Readings for You for October 7-8, 2017 Weekend©

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GUIDANCE       Hmm, here we have approaching on our road a vehicle whose driver takes his half down the center, and our purpose is to continue as usual on our way. How to deal with bandits: settle up? invent a mutually profitable (last) deal with them? make them sorry? let them lose their shirt in court? Hmm. We will continue our business as usual, whichever way we do it.

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Five of Pentacles – Three of Pentacles – Five of Swords

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Five of Pentacles and Three of Pentacles

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Lose the contract by being too assertive.

It’s a fair deal when he loses the money he stole.

Having a hard time in a relationship with a hardass.

Business loses money because of unfair competition.

Feeling sorry for ourselves that our team was beaten.

He lost his money in a deal where he was taking yours.

I do my part, feeling bad about how he takes advantage.

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Tarot Readings: Five of Pentacles and Five of Swords

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A thief loses his shirt: Good deal!

So sorry he was rude in the meeting.

Poor boy is in an abusive relationship.

Smarty Pants is sorry he ever dealt with you.

The bully gets humiliated in a court proceeding.

I’m broke but I pull off meeting my obligations.

This is how we do business: Do it your way and it’s your loss.

He put you out on the street and now he’s in court about it.

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Tarot Readings: Three of Pentacles and Five of Swords

Have to do business with these scumbags.

Driving a hard bargain here – you need to.

Intimidated at a meeting with your inferiors?

Relationship with a bad boy has got me down.

When I deal with pushy people, I feel inferior.

You get taken advantage of by businesses when you’re poor.

Making a mutually profitable deal with someone who aims to beggar you.

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Five of Pentacles – Desperate times, losing home, hitting bottom, feeling sorry (or feeling sorry for yourself). Five of Pentacles is a mother and son, crippled, on the street, passing by a church that would have a meal and a place to sleep but the boy has leprosy (the bell he wears). So Five of Pentacles is about serious sickness too. And about being crippled, disabled. Five of Pentacles is chronic; there’s no shock about being in need and not having the need met here in this Rider Waite Tarot card.

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Five of Pentacles can represent Dark Night of the Soul, and similar feelings, or it can represent a desperate situation. This is one of those cards that impels you to look for a ‘rescue card’ – my word for it.

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Five of Pentacles means loss, especially losing money, and being in need, being broke or bankrupt – ‘on the street.’ It is simply being poor too, and it also can represent the ghetto.

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Five of Pentacles is feeling inferior or being inferior, or feeling other people are your inferiors, are ‘bums.’ It is about being sorry for something as well as just feeling sorry for yourself, or even ‘sorry I ever.’ It is about feeling bad, feeling down, and feeling or being humiliated. Clinical depression.

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Five of Swords also says ‘hard times.’ Having a very hard time.

Three of Pentacles is all about dealing with other people – in all sorts of ways. It is arguably the most flexible card, the way it relates to the other cards. Show me a relationship, and I’ll show you Three of Pentacles: personal, social, commercial, teamwork, meetings, negotiations, legal proceedings, people putting heads together (including professionals consulting on the same patient or case), meeting up coincidentally on the street. And Three of Pentacles is very much about ‘fair and square’ dealings, whether in love or in business or in … whatever.

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Each person does his part in Three of Pentacles; that’s an integral meaning for this Tarot card in Tarot Verbatim™.

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All these nuances and meanings arise from the picture of the architect meeting, with the blueprint, with his clients to demonstrate he did his job per the contract, per their agreement. This is the final inspection of his work that clears him for the final payment which represents his profit. So this is a fair-and-square deal.

Five of Swords First let’s say that the lighter side of Five of Swords is ‘pulling it off,‘you showed them,’ and ‘I did it my way.’ Sometimes our Five of Swords guy is ‘evening the score,’ and sometimes is advising you to do the same! It also appears for the undoing of a bully, in spite of mainly being about all the havoc a bully wreaks.

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Here’s the jerk. The story here is of a fellow who, when he wins at sword practice with his friends, pretends he won their lands as if the fight were a real duel. Five of Swords is the abuser, the wise guy, the bad boy, the thief, and the betrayer of friends – similar to Seven of Swords but Five of Swords is personal, is one-on-one.

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Five of Swords is being assertive, aggressive or abusive: That’s its headline. Pushy. It is the hardass attitude of someone who takes advantage – often foul advantage. So Five of Swords is unfair or unethical competition in business, intimidating and pushing people around. Stealing, being rude. But Five of Swords isn’t necessarily the heavy; he is the smart alec or Smarty Pants as well.

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Some rare meanings of this Five of Swords card are: when circumstances force you … the ‘I have to’ syndrome. It also represents when someone beats you at something, ‘pulls one over on you.’

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Today we have a fine example of how flexible Three of Pentacles is. Its main application is about a fair exchange, but on the left is losing it all and on the right is the bad guy who takes advantage and takes it all. Watch Three of Pentacles rise to the occasion!

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The first thing you may notice in this spread is the contrast between ‘ doing my part fair and square’ of Three of Pentacles and the ‘winner take all’ of Five of Swords.  Then you observe the ‘ everyone does his part and shares according to the agreement’ of Three of Pentacles and the ‘ I’ve lost my shirt’ of Five of Pentacles. These two observations alert you to figuring out how the concepts apply to the subject you have in mind.

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Then you observe the ‘everyone does his part and shares according to the agreement’ of Three of Pentacles and the ‘I’ve lost my shirt’ of Five of Pentacles. These two observations alert you to how the concepts apply to the subject you have in mind.

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Note that some of our stories counterbalance the left and the right card – counterbalance the losingitall of Five of Pentacles with the takingitall of Five of Swords. Here are some (delicious?) examples: Making a mutually profitable deal with someone who intends to beggar you. Losing the money he stole is only fair. A thief loses his shirt: Good deal. Smarty Pants is sorry he ever dealt with you. It’s a fair deal when he loses the money he stole. He put you out on the street and now he’s in court about it. The bully gets humiliated ( in court). Broke, but I pull off meeting my obligations. These stories happen because Three of Pentacles is about that fair exchange. Note that the counterbalance of two ‘bad cards’ calls forth the best meanings of Five of Swords.

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The other pairs tend to make less-desirable stories. Five of Pentacles and Three of Pentacles are simply losing your shirt in a business deal, or being utterly miserable in a personal relationship. Losing a contract (by being assertive). Feeling sorry for yourself about your team ( being beaten). I do my part and feel bad about them taking advantage. A losing proposition.

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Five of Pentacles and Five of Swords immediately say he took everything they have, that bully, and they are destitute. And those two cards surely do say that. But not so fast! We can use the ‘ sorry’ meanings for Five of Pentacles and the coercion meanings for Five of Swords, and say ‘ make them sorry’ or beating a bankruptcy, or humiliating a bully.

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We have stories for sure here today. The upshot is that when times are hard and you may have reason to feel cornered, consider dealing with it assertively … consider making their behavior their problem instead of yours.

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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Today we have a fine example of how flexible Three of Pentacles is. Its main application is about a fair exchange, but on the left is losing it all and on the right is the bad guy who takes advantage and takes it all. Watch Three of Pentacles rise to the occasion.

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The first thing you may notice in this spread is the contrast between ‘doing my part fair and square’ of Three of Pentacles and the ‘winner take all’ of Five of Swords.  Then you observe the ‘everyone does his part and shares according to the agreement’ of Three of Pentacles and the ‘I’ve lost my shirt’ of Five of Pentacles. These two observations alert you to figuring out how the concepts apply to the subject you have in mind.

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Note that some of our stories counterbalance the left and the right card – counterbalance the losingitall of Five of Pentacles with the takingitall of Five of Swords. Here are some (delicious?) examples: Making a mutually profitable deal with someone who intends to beggar you. Losing the money he stole is only fair. A thief loses his shirt: Good deal. Smarty Pants is sorry he ever dealt with you. It’s a fair deal when he loses the money he stole. He put you out on the street and now he’s in court about it. The bully gets humiliated (in court). Broke, but I pull off meeting my obligations. These stories happen because Three of Pentacles is about that fair exchange. Note that the counterbalance of two ‘bad cards’ calls forth the best meanings of Five of Swords.

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The other pairs tend to make less-desirable stories. Five of Pentacles and Three of Pentacles are simply losing your shirt in a business deal, or being utterly miserable in a personal relationship. Losing a contract (by being assertive). Feeling sorry for yourself about your team (being beaten). I do my part and feel bad about them taking advantage. A losing proposition.

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Five of Pentacles and Five of Swords immediately say he took everything they have, that bully, and they are destitute. And those two cards surely do say that. But not so fast! We can use the ‘sorry’ meanings for Five of Pentacles and the coercion meanings for Five of Swords, and say ‘make them sorry’ or beating a bankruptcy, or humiliating a bully.

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We have stories for sure here today. The upshot is that when times are hard and you may have reason to feel cornered, consider dealing with it assertively … consider making their behavior their problem instead of yours.

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Killing the goose that lays the golden eggs is a losing proposition. Getting greedy and wanting it all is one thing, but getting greedy and taking it all will be your loss in the long run. My way of coming out on top in difficult times is to do without and meet my obligations, and, yes, I pull that off.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

FIVE OF PENTACLES

THREE OF PENTACLES

FIVE OF SWORDS

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Tarot Readings: Five of Pentacles and Three of Pentacles

FIVE OF PENTACLES. THREE OF PENTACLES

Lose the contract by being too assertive.

It’s a fair deal when he loses the money he stole.

Having a hard time in a relationship with a hardass.

Business loses money because of unfair competition.

Feeling sorry for ourselves that our team was beaten.

He lost his money in a deal where he was taking yours.

I do my part, feeling bad about how he takes advantage.

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Tarot Readings: Five of Pentacles and Five of Swords

FIVE OF PENTACLES. FIVE OF SWORDS

A thief loses his shirt: Good deal!

So sorry he was rude in the meeting.

Poor boy is in an abusive relationship.

Smarty Pants is sorry he ever dealt with you.

The bully gets humiliated in a court proceeding.

I’m broke but I pull off meeting my obligations.

This is how we do business: Do it your way and it’s your loss.

He put you out on the street and now he’s in court about it.

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Tarot Readings: Three of Pentacles and Five of Swords

THREE OF PENTACLES FIVE OF SWORDS

Have to do business with these scumbags.

Driving a hard bargain here – you need to.

Intimidated at a meeting with your inferiors?

Relationship with a bad boy has got me down.

When I deal with pushy people, I feel inferior.

You get taken advantage of by businesses when you’re poor.

Making a mutually profitable deal with someone who aims to beggar you.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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. Five of Pentacles and Three of Pentacles Lose the contract. It’s a fair deal when he loses money. Having a hard time in a relationship. Business loses money. Feeling sorry for ourselves about our team. He lost his money in a deal. I do my part, feeling bad. Loses his shirt – good deal! So sorry about the meeting. Poor boy in a relationship. Sorry he ever dealt with you. Get humiliated in a court proceeding. I’m broke but meeting my obligations. This is how we do business, and it’s your loss. On the street, and how is in court. Do business with these scumbags. Need to bargain. Meeting with your inferiors. Relationship has got me down. I deal with them, feeling inferior. Dealing with them feeling inferior. … by businesses when you’re poor. Doing business with poor people. Making a mutually profitable deal with … beggar you. x .

.. Five of Pentacles and Five of Swords Lose by being too assertive. He loses the money he stole. Harving a hard time with a hardass. A hardass is having a hard time.*** Loses money because of unfair competition. Feeling sorry for ourselves that _ was beaten. He lost his money taking yours. Feeling bad about how he takes advantage. A thief loses his shirt. So sorry he was rude. Poor boy is in an abusive _. Smarty Pants is sorry. The bully gets humiliated. I’m broke but I pull off …. Do it your way and it’s your loss. He put you out on the street. Have to … with these scumbags. Driving a hard _ – you need to. Intimidates by your inferiors? A bad boy got me down. With pushy people., I feel inferior. You get taken advantage of when you’re poor. Someone who aims to beggar you. x

. Three of Pentacles and Five of Swords _ the contract by being assertive. It’s a fair deal … he stole. In a relationship with a hardass. Business … unfair competition. Our team is beaten. A deal where he is taking what’s yours. I do my part, and he takes advantage. A thief … good deal. He was rude in the meeting. Is in an abusive relationship. Smarty Pants … ever dealt with you. Dealing with Smarty Pants. The bully in a court proceeding. I’m broke but I pull it off. This is how we do business: Do it your way. He __ you, and now he’s in court about it. Have to do business with _. Driving a hard bargain.*** Intimidated at a meeting. Relationship with a bad boy. I deal with pushy people. Dealing with pushy people. You get taken advantage of by businesses. Making a mutually profitable deal with someone who aims to _ you. x

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OTHER SENTENCES THESE THREE CARDS MAKE:

Theft loses money for this profitable business.

Business makes a profit through taking advantage of its losses.

Forced to negotiate against his self-interest.

A hostile takeover of a losing business.

Theft losses are just part of being in business.

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