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Tarot Readings for You for February 18, 2013 Monday(c)

Guidance  Our topic is the politics of human nature, the clash of Entitlement versus Fairness in the tribal life of human beings (also known as world history?)  You can hear this thunder in all the levels and categories humans inhabit:  personal life, family life, work life, political factions, organizations from neighborhoods to companies to agencies of  assorted levels of governments, and on into the neighborhood squabbles of nations.  The focus is on meetings to settle complaints, and how either the complainers or the accused can be ‘right’ or ‘wrong.’  That is why we have two justice cards today, and one card for the complaint, and one card for the bad guys!

 

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Three of Pentacles

Justice – Ten of Pentacles – Queen of Swords

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings:  Family Politics (Ten of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings:  Legal Proceedings, Justice for Victim (Justice + Queen of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Group Politics About Fairness (Justice + Ten of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Straighten Out Others’ Problems (Ten of Pentacles + Three of Pentacles)

 

Tarot Readings:  Family Politics (Ten of Pentacles)

She demands that everyone in the family deal fairly with others as they should.

The whole family meets to set things to right about their problem with the aggressive female.

You think you should do your part in a family run by an old bitch who makes trouble for us all.

It’s her drive to do her part fair and square that allows the family to victimize her.

Her whining gets us upset with each other, so we meet to straighten things out.

The whole family gives her what she deserves for her martyred troublemaking.

She incites family feuds and feels entitled to settle them.

She is one of those disgruntled entitled people you get to deal with.

 

Tarot Readings:  Legal Proceedings, Justice for Victim (Justice + Queen of Swords)

This law firm gets settlements for victims.

She is right, they have deprived her of what they owed her fair and square.

They have caused her some trouble; she is now the complainant in a legal proceeding.

She demands justice from the offending Company, and it negotiates a settlement.

She does her part and isn’t paid what she is entitled to as agreed by the dysfunctional Company:  That’s her complaint.

The Company gives the victim what she is entitled to because she has a lawyer.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Group Politics About Fairness (Justice + Ten of Pentacles)

Mean woman nags the motley crew to do what they are paid to do and do it right.

Her demands for fair pay cause her trouble in corporate America.

She isn’t getting what was agreed to, the Company violated her rights.

She stirs up trouble in the crew about fair treatment they are entitled to.

Disgruntled people complain when they get what they deserve.

Fair-minded people are at a disadvantage dealing with martyrs.

 

Tarot Readings: Straighten Out Others’ Problems (Ten of Pentacles + Three of Pentacles)

When you’re in the legal profession, you deal with dysfunctional people’s gripes.

They get together to straighten out her problem with those people.

She’s expecting you to settle all her problems with everyone; she feels entitled to that.

 

 

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Three of Pentacles

Justice – Ten of Pentacles – Queen of Swords

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LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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We have two legal cards, a complaining woman or victim or plaintiff, and trouble with or within a group of people.  Our story is about expectations and fairness, for sure.  There’s no other place to go with these four Rider Waite Tarot cards in Tarot Verbatim(TM).  VERY strong theme.

 

Justice and Three of Pentacles are legal cards.  Justice is obvious.  Three of Pentacles’ illustration is about settling up, about living up to the contract.  It means legal proceedings, negotiations, hearings, settlements.  It also is about meetings, especially of three people, and about getting together – even on a date.  It is a meeting of minds.

 

Queen of Swords is the ‘bitch card.’  It is your impossible mama, your ex-wife, the woman whose standards you do not meet, whose expectations you do not live up to.  She is also the strong or assertive woman, or the advice to be her.  This card covers being the martyr-from-hell, the put-upon controlling whiner so prevalent (in both genders) in the West these days.  She is about demanding and expecting what she wants and isn’t getting … in any kind of setting, whether the demands and expectations are justified or not.  It can mean ‘long-suffering’ too. 

 

Both Queen of Swords and Ten of Pentacles are disagreeable people and/or people who have some trouble or problem (or who are some trouble or problem.)

 

Then Ten of Pentacles is the group of people who are feuding, who have a problem, or who are a problem (or all of the above).  This is the dysfunctional bunch of folks, whether they be a family, a faction, a mob, a Company or agency, foreigners, troublesome neighbors – anybody you would think of as those people. 

 

So Queen of Swords can be the strong woman of the family setting everybody straight and making them behave right, or she can be the neurotic malcontent who stirs up trouble and demands her rights as a martyr.  There’s never a doubt, in real life questions, about which it is.

 

Our topic is the politics of human nature, the clash of Entitlement versus Fairness in the tribal life of human beings (also known as world history?)  You can hear this thunder in all the levels and categories humans inhabit:  personal life, family life, work life, political factions, organizations from neighborhoods to companies to agencies of  assorted levels of governments, and on into the neighborhood squabbles of nations.  The focus is on meetings to settle complaints, and how either the complainers or the accused can be ‘right’ or ‘wrong.’  That is why we have two justice cards today, and one card for the complaint, and one card for the bad guys!

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Justice   obviously covers any legal matter, profession, or proceeding, or legal document.  Quite often, it also stands for police and enforcement matters, including regulatory ones.  It often simply means should, entitled, right, and fairness (as in ‘fair-minded’). We see it mean ‘deserve’ too.  The illustration shows a person who has the scales of justice in one hand, and the sword of enforcement in the other.

 

Ten of Pentacles     There’s the family quarrel, a generational one, pictured here.  Looks like the elderly lord of the clan expects another offspring from the wife, to me.  He gloats while petting the dogs, and Husband stares into space as Wife, beset upon by current squalling kid, beseeches her spouse futilely.  Ten of Pentacles is the group of people who are feuding, who have a problem, or who are a problem (or all of the above).  This is the dysfunctional bunch of folks, whether they be a family, a faction, a mob, a Company or agency, foreigners, troublesome neighbors – anybody you would think of as those people.

 

Queen of Swords is the ‘bitch card.’  It is your impossible mama, your ex-wife, the woman whose standards you do not meet, whose expectations you do not live up to.  She is also the strong or assertive woman, or the advice to be her.  This card covers being the martyr-from-hell, the put-upon controlling whiner so prevalent (in both genders) in the West these days.  She is about demanding and expecting what she wants and isn’t getting … in any kind of setting, whether the demands and expectations are justified or not.   It can mean ‘long-suffering’ too.

 

Three of Pentacles    A contractor demonstrates with the blueprint that he has completed the building for his clients and is entitled to his final (largest) draw, settling up with them.  This is a legal card.  It is a legal proceeding of any kind, including negotiation.  It is settlement, a meeting of the minds, an agreement.  It is often a physical meeting of three people, sometimes even an in-person date.  It is about all parties doing their part fair and square, and hence about treating others fairly.

 

EXPLANATIONS:

 

Each and every ‘Tarot Reading’ sentence you see is a literal interpretation of the four Rider Waite Tarot cards drawn and pictured for today. (The literal interpretation is from the illustration on each card.) These sentences are put together by only combining the phrases of what each cards says. In other words, there are NO “filler” phrases added just to make full sentences, and no psychic ability or spirit guide is ever involved.

 

*Without a question* in a group reading to focus the answer, the four Tarot cards can mean quite contradictory things, especially when the Spread has a card that means ‘no,’ ‘never’ or ‘not.’ These negative modifiers can apply to any one of the other cards.
*Without a question* in a group reading, the pronouns (you, him, her, me, us, them, they, etc.) are more flexible. Whenever you see a pronoun in parentheses, please *feel very free* to substitute another pronoun than the one used. I try to drop pronouns when possible, which, if you’ve noticed, can make for awkward phrasing.

Now in an ‘real’ individual reading, the questioner asks a specific question and thereby supplies at least half the information! In an individual situation, the parties are identified and sometimes a time frame is too. Here, in a group reading we cannot do that and so we get a variety of sentences.

Horoscopes are group readings, too. Astrology is based on someone else’s birth data, though, so a ‘solar’ group horoscope never really solidly applies to you! (Astrologers know this!)

Tarot, on the other hand, is perfectly capable of flexibly addressing any group, including all of the visitors that come to this site. It can also address people you might not even know personally, such as all the people at your job who have a say in whether or not you get a raise.

We have been wondering here lately whether the Tarot Verbatim(TM) sentences are more accurate for regular visitors than they are for people who visit this site only once in awhile or for a short time. Would you help us with a comment please, if you have not been a regular visitor? Just let us know if the sentences are relevant to you. So far, people say they do apply.

Return to this site often and you can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim(TM) works. Regular visitors actually learn to read Rider Waite Tarot cards with very little effort.

 

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