Tarot Readings for You for January 15-16, 2018 Monday-Tuesday©

Jan 14, 2018 by

GUIDANCE         When something is worth the effort, you have a gut feeling and are inspired to go ahead with it. You know how difficult what’s fair can be, but you summon up the motivation and the energy to deliver the result anyway. As a matter of fact, a battle for what’s right can turn some of us all the way on.

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Hanged Man – Five of Wands – Six of Pentacles

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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HANGED MAN

FIVE OF WANDS

SIX OF PENTACLES

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Tarot Readings: Hanged Man and Five of Wands

HANGED MAN FIVE OF WANDS

An urge to fight it out in court.

Inspired to fight for being treated fairly.

You know how hard it is to make money.

A premonition it’s gonna be hard to collect.

Resist the urge to give them what they deserve.

Your subconscious is busy dropping input to you.

Your subconscious tries mightily to give you an idea.

Remind yourself how one struggles to get paid for that.

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Tarot Readings: Hanged Man and Six of Pentacles

HANGED MAN SIX OF PENTACLES

You got the right idea: exercise.

Passing on the ideas I struggle with.

An inrush of mental clarity and energy.

The urge to pay them back in the fight.

Gives you the inspiration to get involved.

You receive this vision, and you act on it.

Feel strongly about getting paid for your efforts.

Of a mind to give the opposition what they deserve.

His idea of what he should be paid conflicts with yours.

My idea of what I should be paid conflicts with (theirs).

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Tarot Readings: Five of Wands and Six of Pentacles

FIVE OF WANDS SIX OF PENTACLES

We are given a fighting instinct.

It’s a fair fight in my perspective.

I get moving when I get the motivation.

You are opposed to giving people this idea.

You energetically give them the inspired idea.

Paid according to how difficult it is thought to be.

The right way is the hard way,’ my intuition says.

Pay your bills no matter how hard it is,’ my gut tells me.

He gets what he deserves when he fights with you: He knows this.

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Hanged Man Hanged Man expresses the way you feel when a new realization or perspective – often a subconscious one – turns your world upside down. The energy halo around his head, the fact he is upside-down, and his hanging from a tree express that dizzying feeling. The other two cards in our today’s spread keep Hanged Man from his esoteric applications today.

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Today Hanged Man is being his mundane everyday self. Today he mainly means: know, got the idea, mental, subconscious premonition, intuition, gut, vision, idea, thought, mind, and remind.

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Hanged Man also the Rider Waite Tarot card for ‘the urge to,’ inspired and inspiration, instinct and instinctive, and motivation. Since Hanged Man means ‘inspired’ and means ‘idea,’ he means ‘inspired idea.’

Five of Wands Those guys are working up a sweat, whatever they are doing – whether sport, exercise, or fight. Five of Wands involves movement and energy. Five of Wands usually reflects expending energy in some struggle. It also is about trying, trying hard, and some endeavor that is difficult.

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Here are some of its habitual word groups: fight it out, fight for, resist, how hard it is, how difficult,, the hard way, busy, tries mightily, struggle with, exercise, energy, get moving, energetically. Five of Wands is definitely getting involved, acting on it, and your effort.

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Favorite words of Mr. Five of Wands are opposition and conflict. Opposed to.

Six of Pentacles – Six of Pentacles Three of Pentacles and Six of Pentacles are both about an exchange, which means they can translate the giving part, the receiving part, or both. Temperance has a similar set of meanings, but a different application.

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The main meaning of Six of Pentacles is fairness, a fair exchange, a fair deal. (Yes, and Three of Pentacles is ‘doing one’s part fair and square.’) Being treated fairly; give them what they deserve; get what you deserve; what he should be paid; it’s fair.

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Six of Pentacles also means paying and being paid: pay, get paid, collect, pay back, make money, pay bills. And Six of Pentacles means giving and receiving: dropping input to; to give you; passing on; an inrush; gives you; you receive; we are given; when I get; giving people, give them.

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Doing right, doing the right thing, the right way: These belong to Six of Pentacles, but it doesn’t boldly translate ‘right’ all by itself, with no one to put him up to it. Quite a few other Tarot cards fill that bill.

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When your spread has more than one pair of cards that make common phrases, you tend to have a lot of stories, a lot of potential different meanings. This is one such spread.

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Fighting for what’s fair’ jumps out from these three cards, with Hanged Man adding intense passion to the endeavor, or adding an urge to fight. Since Six of Pentacles, with its scales of justice, can reflect on court proceedings, we could be fighting it out in court. Or we could have a brilliant idea ( Hanged Man) for the court fight.

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Hanged Man is mental (see the energy around his head) and Five of Wands is energy, so: mental energy. (Be aware Hanged Man can mean that phrase all by itself too.) Hanged Man is inspiration, so one is inspired in the struggle of Five of Wands. Hanged Man and Six of Pentacles say ‘ getting the idea’ or even ‘ giving (someone/them) the idea.’ (Cards that show an exchange mean both the giving and the getting side of the exchange.) This pair of Tarot cards also says one is inspired to be treated fairly, or to treat others with the respect they are due. Hanged Man and Six of Pentacles also say ‘ gives you the inspiration.’

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Five of Wands also represents engaging in something difficult, so you know ( Hanged Man) how difficult … and Six of Pentacles adds to that ‘ paying the bills is’ or even ‘ collecting your money is.’

Both Hanged Man and Five of Wands are intense, and both involve energy – mental energy in Hanged Man’s case. Six of Pentacles is being given or getting, so someone is being given energy – possibly through prescription or treatment, since Six of Pentacles’ picture of the coins changing hands can be about pills being prescribed or given – or getting the pills of course. Six of Pentacles also stretches to ‘ treatment’ in the medical sense, since it owns the word as part of its ‘ fair treatment’ meaning.

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Five of Wands means ‘ resist’ as well as fight. And Hanged Man is an urge … so ‘ resist the urge.’

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Hanged Man is the subconscious, and specifically the subconscious causing a sudden conscious awareness, and Six of Pentacles is receiving input. If you interpret Five of Wands as activity, and use the word ‘ busy’ to fit into the sentence: The subconscious is busy dropping input into you. Or you could phrase it: The subconscious tries mightily to give you an idea – because Hanged Man is ‘ an idea.’

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Although Six of Pentacles is about doing the right and proper thing, ‘ right’ is not one of its common translates – probably because so many other Tarot cards, in the Tarot Verbatim™ system, say ‘right.’ But we do say ‘ You got the right idea,’ using both the ‘ receiving’ meaning of Six of Pentacles and the ‘ right.’ That flows because Hanged Man and Six of Pentacles are clearly saying ‘ you got the idea.’ In this case, Five of Wands provides that that right idea is exercise.

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Five of Wands is ‘ getting involved,’ in a wholehearted way of course. So we have ‘ gives you the inspiration to get involved.’

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On a different page, Six of Pentacles is giving someone what they deserve. And that can be whether what they deserve is a good thing or a bad thing. Since Five of Wands is fighting, and is the opposition, here’s ‘ the idea to give the opposition what they deserve’ and ‘ they get what they deserve for fighting (or for violence, of course). Coincidentally the same three cards also say ‘ opposed to the idea of giving them the recognition or respect or reward that they deserve.’

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AND NOW WITHOUT THE PICTURES:

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When your spread has more than one pair of cards that make common phrases, you tend to have a lot of stories, a lot of potential different meanings. This is one such spread.

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Five of Wands also represents engaging in something difficult, so you know (Hanged Man) how difficult … and Six of Pentacles adds to that ‘paying the bills is’ or even ‘collecting your money is.’

Both Hanged Man and Five of Wands are intense, and both involve energy – mental energy in Hanged Man’s case. Six of Pentacles is being given or getting, so someone is being given energy – possibly through prescription or treatment, since Six of Pentacles’ picture of the coins changing hands can be about pills being prescribed or given – or getting the pills of course. Six of Pentacles also stretches to ‘treatment’ in the medical sense, since it owns the word as part of its ‘fair treatment’ meaning.

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Five of Wands means ‘resist’ as well as fight. And Hanged Man is an urge … so ‘resist the urge.’

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Hanged Man is the subconscious, and specifically the subconscious causing a sudden conscious awareness, and Six of Pentacles is receiving input. If you interpret Five of Wands as activity, and use the word ‘busy’ to fit into the sentence: The subconscious is busy dropping input into you. Or you could phrase it: The subconscious tries mightily to give you an idea – because Hanged Man is ‘an idea.’

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Although Six of Pentacles is about doing the right and proper thing, ‘right’ is not one of its common translates – probably because so many other Tarot cards, in the Tarot Verbatim™ system, say ‘right.’ But we do say ‘You got the right idea,’ using both the ‘receiving’ meaning of Six of Pentacles and the ‘right.’ That flows because Hanged Man and Six of Pentacles are clearly saying ‘you got the idea.’ In this case, Five of Wands provides that that right idea is exercise.

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Five of Wands is ‘getting involved,’ in a wholehearted way of course. So we have ‘gives you the inspiration to get involved.’

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On a different page, Six of Pentacles is giving someone what they deserve. And that can be whether what they deserve is a good thing or a bad thing. Since Five of Wands is fighting, and is the opposition, here’s ‘the idea to give the opposition what they deserve’ and ‘they get what they deserve for fighting (or for violence, of course). Coincidentally the same three cards also say ‘opposed to the idea of giving them the recognition or respect or reward that they deserve.’

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We are given a fighting instinct, we mammals. Its highest and best use is the way we are turned on to accomplish something difficult, especially when, in the pit of our stomach, we feel strongly that it’s also right. Of course, the opposition to what’s right arises from the same instinct, framed in a different way in different people.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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HANGED MAN

FIVE OF WANDS

SIX OF PENTACLES

Tarot Readings: Hanged Man and Five of Wands.

HANGED MAN FIVE OF WANDS

An urge to fight it out in court.

Inspired to fight for being treated fairly.

You know how hard it is to make money.

A premonition it’s gonna be hard to collect.

Resist the urge to give them what they deserve.

Your subconscious is busy dropping input to you.

Your subconscious tries mightily to give you an idea.

Remind yourself how one struggles to get paid for that.

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Tarot Readings: Hanged Man and Six of Pentacles

HANGED MAN SIX OF PENTACLES

You got the right idea: exercise.

Passing on the ideas I struggle with.

An inrush of mental clarity and energy.

The urge to pay them back in the fight.

Gives you the inspiration to get involved.

You receive this vision, and you act on it.

Feel strongly about getting paid for your efforts.

Of a mind to give the opposition what they deserve.

His idea of what he should be paid conflicts with yours.

My idea of what I should be paid conflicts with (theirs).

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Tarot Readings: Five of Wands and Six of Pentacles

FIVE OF WANDS SIX OF PENTACLES

We are given a fighting instinct.

It’s a fair fight in my perspective.

I get moving when I get the motivation.

You are opposed to giving people this idea.

You energetically give them the inspired idea.

Paid according to how difficult it is thought to be.

The right way is the hard way,’ my intuition says.

Pay your bills no matter how hard it is,’ my gut tells me.

He gets what he deserves when he fights with you: He knows this.

.. ….. ….           girl has a way with money and men.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

HANGED MAN

FIVE OF WANDS

SIX OF PENTACLES

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Tarot Readings: Hanged Man and Five of Wands.

HANGED MAN FIVE OF WANDS

An urge to fight it out

Inspired to fight

You know how hard it is

A premonition it’s gonna be hard to

Resist the urge

Your subconscious is busy

Your subconscious tries mightily

Remind yourself how one struggles

You got the idea: exercise

the ideas I struggle with

mental clarity and energy

The urge to _ in the fight.

the inspiration to get involved

this vision, and you act on it

Feel strongly about _ for your efforts

Of a mind to _ the opposition

His idea conflicts with yours

My idea conflicts with (theirs).

fighting instinct

fight in my perspective

I get moving when the motivation

You are opposed to this idea.

You energetically _ the inspired idea.

how difficult it is thought to be

is the hard way,’ my intuition says

no matter how hard it is,’ my gut tells me

when he fights with you: He knows this

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Tarot Readings: Hanged Man and Six of Pentacles

HANGED MAN SIX OF PENTACLES

An urge to _ in court

Inspired to being treated fairly

You know to make money

A premonition to collect.

the urge to give them what they deserve.

Your subconscious is dropping input to you

Your subconscious … to give you an idea

Remind yourself to get paid for that

You got the idea.

Passing on the ideas

An inrush of mental clarity

The urge to pay them back

Gives you the inspiration to

You receive this vision,

Feel strongly about getting paid

Of a mind to give the opposition

His idea of what he should be paid

My idea of what I should be paid

We are given an instinct

It’s fair in my perspective

I get the motivation

Giving people this idea

Give them the inspired idea

Paid according to how _ it is thought to be.

The right way, my intuition says

Pay your bills, my gut tells me.

He gets what he deserves: He knows this.

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Tarot Readings: Five of Wands and Six of Pentacles

FIVE OF WANDS SIX OF PENTACLES

fight it out in court.

fight for being treated fairly.

how hard it is to make money.

it’s gonna be hard to collect.

Resist giving them what they deserve.

is busy dropping input to you.

tries mightily to give you

how one struggles to get paid for that.

right _ : exercise

Passing on what I struggle with.

An inrush of energy

pay them back in the fight.

Gives you the _ get involved.

You receive it, and you act on it

getting paid for your efforts

give the opposition what they deserve

what he should be paid conflicts with yours

what I should be paid conflicts with (theirs)

We are given a fighting

It’s a fair fight.

I get moving when I get

You are opposed to giving people

You energetically give them

Paid according to how difficult

The right way is the hard way,’

Pay your bills no matter how hard it is,’

He gets what he deserves when he fights with you.

.. …..         …. girl has a way with money and men.

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