Tarot Readings for You for April 21-22, 2017 Friday-Saturday©

Apr 21, 2017 by

 

GUIDANCE       You get a little dizzy these days looking simultaneously at the way things are, and the way things really are. ‘The real physical world’ we say … even we who know the physical world isn’t all that real. Acting in the theater that we have agreed to call official reality limits our scope of experience, but act upon this surface we do. And today we also note that there are jokers who have their own version of the real world, and are ‘up to something’ using this three-dimensional reality sandwich we live in.

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Hierophant – Six of Wands – Magician

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Hierophant and Six of Wands

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Playing it safe is what to do.

Lookin’ so good as he sleazes out.

Act like I am okay, to keep up appearances.

What he is doing is playing the church game.

He is only pretending to be straight with you.

It seems so right when it’s you who’s doing it.

He was tricked into voluntarily doing the right thing.

Am behaving myself due to circumstances beyond my control.

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Tarot Readings: Hierophant and Magician

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Putting on a respectable act.

This religious guy has an agenda.

He is misled into doing the right thing.

Acting decent was so counterproductive.

Being the straight man in a crooked scene.

Acting sober when I’m under the influence.

We act so straight when we are up to something.

Doing what I ought to do is not in my best interest.

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Tarot Readings: Six of Wands and Magician

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It’s so real when you fool yourself.

Going along with acting like I’m okay.

A crook is acting with the best of intentions.

Unintended consequences of doing what I should.

I go along with doing something for my own good.

He started out to seduce her but here he is: committed.

He has such reservations about acting the way he should.

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Hierophant Hierophant is about appearances, about ‘face,’ ‘face values,’ and – just like its meaning – it is a different character depending upon the company it is in. You see the pope doing a routine ritual with his usual helpers. Hierophant is about the distinction between what the ceremony means to the public, and to the theologians. The meanings about appearances rise from this deeper end of its pool of meanings. Looking good, seeming okay. It’s one of the cards that translates ‘good’ in various ways.

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Normally, Hierophant means ‘normally’ – the usual, the routine, behaving oneself, being respectable and decent, being straight and sober, doing the right thing, ought, should, having good intentions. That stretches to include ‘safe’ and ‘no harm’ or ‘harmless.’ ‘Innocuous’ belong solidly to Hierophant.

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Naturally, this is the card for church and religion. It makes a marriage card ‘holy matrimony,’ for instance.

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Hierophant is associated with the word ‘physical,’ as is Page of Wands. Hierophant is about official reality, about certificates and titles and ‘on paper.’ It is one of the Tarot cards that can mean the name of something or someone (rarely – usually that’s Page of Wands). It means ‘committed’ too, which is (I guess) an outgrowth of the ‘official’ meanings. Committed couple is ‘an item.’

Six of Wands Seeing Hierophant in the company of Six of Wands alerts you to not take things at face value, because Six of Wands says: Things are not as they appear. And it’s a card that most readers (my opinion of course) miss its real meaning for what appears to be that. The horse is trying to tell you something!

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Six of Wands is a false victory. Win the battle, lose the war. That’s what happened to an English king (Richard III, I believe). He won, and chased the invading Arabs into an ambush, and was their captive all his life thereafter.

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One class of meanings for this complex Tarot card is all about pretense – similar to Two of Cups. (You hate to see Six of Wands and Two of Cups together, because something’s really up.) Here are some today’s Six of Wands words: Playing, pretending, seems, appears, fool yourself, go along with.

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Six of Wands goes a little darker into deceit with these words sampled from today’s spread: sleazes, up to something, crook, seduce, has an agenda.

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Six of Wands also looks at the same situation from the victim’s point of view with today’s words: tricked into, is misled.

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Six of Wands also looks at the same situation as a circumstance rather than from one side or the other’s viewpoint with these phrases: due to circumstances beyond my control, so counterproductive, under the influence, is not in my best interest, unintended consequences, such reservations about.

Magician Magician is one of the cards Tarot could do without, except for its ‘male principle’ status. That’s an esoteric thing, and Rider Waite is a Golden Dawn descendant. Male principle gives Magician its meanings. They are simple, so simple that in spreads Magician often gets lost in the verbs and pronouns other cards make. It mainly means ‘he’ and represents a (or the) guy in your spread’s story (as well as pronouns: I, myself, yourself, him, himself.

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And Magician mainly means any form of ‘do’ or ‘make,’ as well as ‘to bring about,’ to bring down,’ etc. It also means ‘act,’ action,’ and forms of that word. Magician means willpower, and the will. (Magicians’ definition of magic is ‘will.’)

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Magician is intentional, voluntary, action. It means to start, to volunteer, ‘voluntarily,’ voluntary, initiate.

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You see the suits of Tarot on Magician’s table. He raises his right hand to heaven with his wand (will) to bring down what he wills. His left hand grounds the action to earth: He is pointing, see?

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The way things are, and the way things seem to be: That is our environment here. Hierophant is the way things are, the official reality, the mainstream world view – the way things are and the way people think. Hierophant represents those four-letter words: should and ought. And here comes Six of Wands to say ‘ Things are not as they appear.’ Magician is a bystander who tosses in male pronouns and action words from the sidelines.

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The interplay between official reality and jokers who fool with it, and fool with us, is our theater of action. We don’t have a card that represents sane grounded bedrock reality here, but it’s kind of in the air making some distinctions.

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The upshot of today’s Tarot talk is: In which reality is action happening? – or ‘In which reality are you acting?’

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The way things are, and the way things seem to be: That is our environment here. Hierophant is the way things are, the official reality, the mainstream world view – the way things are and the way people think. Hierophant represents those four-letter words: should and ought. And here comes Six of Wands to say ‘Things are not as they appear.’ Magician is a bystander who tosses in male pronouns and action words from the sidelines.

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The interplay between official reality and jokers who fool with it, and fool with us, is our theater of action. We don’t have a card that represents sane grounded bedrock reality here, but it’s kind of in the air making some distinctions.

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The upshot of today’s Tarot talk is: In which reality is action happening? – or ‘In which reality are you acting?’

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Sometime in your life (more than once), you have called upon yourself – in the presence of two people who each saw you in very different perspectives – to talk and act in such a way each of those people were comfortable. We suggest here that your normal day is like that – that you are one person to one set of folks, and yet another person to a few other sets. We step over these curbs all the time and think nothing of it, but, yes, we are negotiating and juggling several realities here. Think about that and appreciate your skill … and develop it.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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Tarot Readings: Hierophant and Six of Wands

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Playing it SIX OF WANDS safe HIEROPHANT is what to do MAGICIAN.

Lookin’ so good HIEROPHANT as he MAGICIAN sleazes out SIX OF WANDS.

Act like MAGICIAN I am okay HIEROPHANT, to keep up appearances SIX OF WANDS.

What he is doing is MAGICIAN playing the church HIEROPHANT game SIX OF WANDS.

He is MAGICIAN only pretending SIX OF WANDS to be straight HIEROPHANT with you.

It seems SIX OF WANDS so right HIEROPHANT when it’s you who’s doing it MAGICIAN.

He MAGICIAN was tricked into SIX OF WANDS voluntarily MAGICIAN doing the right thing HIEROPHANT.

Am behaving HIEROPHANT myself MAGICIAN due to circumstances beyond my control SIX OF WANDS.

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Tarot Readings: Hierophant and Magician

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Putting on a SIX OF WANDS respectable HIEROPHANT act MAGICIAN.

This religious HIEROPHANT guy MAGICIAN has an agenda SIX OF WANDS.

He is MAGICIAN misled into SIX OF WANDS doing the right thing HIEROPHANT.

Acting MAGICIAN decent HIEROPHANT was so counterproductive SIX OF WANDS.

Being the straight HIEROPHANT man MAGICIAN in a crooked scene SIX OF WANDS.

Acting MAGICIAN sober HIEROPHANT when I’m MAGICIAN under the influence SIX OF WANDS.

We act MAGICIAN so straight HIEROPHANT when we are up to something SIX OF WANDS.

Doing what I ought HIEROPHANT to do MAGICIAN is not in my best interest SIX OF WANDS.

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Tarot Readings: Six of Wands and Magician

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It’s so real HIEROPHANT when you fool SIX OF WANDS yourself MAGICIAN.

Going along with SIX OF WANDS acting like MAGICIAN I’m okay HIEROPHANT.

A crook SIX OF WANDS is acting MAGICIAN with the best of intentions HIEROPHANT.

Unintended consequences SIX OF WANDS of doing MAGICIAN what I should HIEROPHANT.

I MAGICIAN go along with doing something SIX OF WANDS for my own good HIEROPHANT.

He started out MAGICIAN to seduce her SIX OF WANDS but here he is: committed HIEROPHANT.

He has such reservations about SIX OF WANDS acting MAGICIAN the way he should HIEROPHANT.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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…. Hierophant and Six of Wands Playing it safe.*** Lookin’ so good sleazing out. … I am okay, to keep up appearances. Playing the church game.*** Pretending to be straight with you. It seems so right.** Tricked into doing the right thing.*** Am behaving due to circumstances beyond my control. Putting on a respectable _. This religious _ has an agenda. Misled into doing the right thing. Decent was so counterproductive. Being straight in a crooked scene. __ sober when under the influence. So straight when we are up to something. What I ought to do is not in my best interest.*** It’s so real when you fool _. Going along with being okay. A crook has the best of intentions. Unintended consequences of … what should. Go along with something for my own good.*** … to seduce her, but here he is: committed. x

…. Hierophant and Magician safe is what to do. Lookin’ so good as he …. Act like I am okay.*** What he is doing is _ the church. He is _ to be straight with you. So right when it’s you who’s doing it. He voluntarily does the right thing. Am behaving myself. A respectable act.** This religious guy.*** He is doing the right thing. Acting decent. Being the straight man. Acting sober when I’m …. We act so straight. Doing what I ought to do.*** It’s so real when you _ yourself. Acting like I’m okay. Acting with the best of intentions. Doing what I should.*** I _ for my own good. For my own good. He started out to _, but here he is: committed. Acting the way he should.*** x

.. Six of Wands and Magician Playing it _ is what to do. He sleazes out. Act like _, to keep up appearances. What he is doing is playing the game. He is only pretending.*** It seems _ when it’s you who’s doing it. He was tricked into voluntarily …. _ myself due to circumstances beyond my control. Putting on an act. This guy has an agenda. He is misled. Acting _ was so counterproductive. Being the man in a crooked scene. Acting _ when we are up to something. Doing _ is not in my best interest. You fool yourself.*** Going along with acting like …. A crook is acting …. Unintended consequences of doing …. I go along with doing something. He started out to seduce her. He has such reservations about acting …. x

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Tarot Readings for You for August 31, 2013 Saturday(c)

Aug 30, 2013 by

Guidance     Advice is making the distinction between being right and being moral, between being of good repute and doing right by others, giving everyone his due.   In the same way, it makes the distinction between the pay scale for the work and the actual work done for the actual pay.  Such disparities are the norm, we say.   They don’t pay you for doing what you are supposed to.   Doing the accepted thing isn’t doing the right thing.

 

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 Magician

Hierophant, Six of Pentacles, Eight of Cups

 

 

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Doing the right thing (Hierophant and Magician)

Tarot Readings: Paid for What is Done (Six of Pentacles and Magician)

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

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Tarot Readings: Doing the right thing (Hierophant and Magician)

Doing the accepted thing isn’t doing the right thing.

 

Hypocritical acts involve avoiding doing right by others.

 

Giving to this church isn’t the right thing to do.

 

Avoid doing just what’s expected and conventional, and do right by the people you owe that to.

 

They avoid doing the right thing that they owe their fellow human and instead do the morally acceptable thing.

 

Ducking out on paying these bills is doing the right thing.

 

You do what is appropriate when you don’t have the money to pay.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Paid for What is Done (Six of Pentacles and Magician)

They aren’t paying you for doing what you are supposed to.

 

Ducks out on doing what entitles him/her to a paycheck.

 

Did not do what would have entitled (him) to be paid.

 

The official pay scale isn’t what they are practicing.

 

Paid not to do it the way it would be approved.

 

He does it according to accepted practice for approval, not just to get paid.

 

Get paid for doing it but not in the right amount.

 

He did not get to do what they paid him to do, but that’s okay.

 

He is supposed to get paid before he does the job.

 

This is the kind of thing you ordinarily do and they don’t have to pay you for it.

 

You are still entitled to be paid if you skip doing that.

 

He wasn’t present when it was done but is entitled to payment.

 

 

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

That would be paying a bill that is not legitimate!

 

Not getting the attention he deserves for what he does.

 

What he does is avoid paying in full: He feels so entitled.

 

She was gone before you could give her what she truly deserved, so you did not get to.

 

He was gone before you could give him what he truly deserved, so you did not get to.

 

 

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 Magician

Hierophant, Six of Pentacles, Eight of Cups

 

 

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Right away, we have a contrast between doing right by people and/or being treated right by them in the Six of Pentacles story, and the appearance of doing right in Hierophant story. Hierophant (the pope) contrasts the official story (what you learn in Sunday school, the public version of a belief system) and what cognoscenti of that church believe. (Read some textbooks theologians write for other such folks, and you will see this matter in detail.) So Hierophant is ‘the official story,’ the news that’s fit to print. It is about being moral, being respectable, being accepted. (Yes, at times it translates ‘decent’ and harmless or safe, too.)

 

Since Six of Pentacles is getting paid for work done, and Eight of Cups is something aborted or avoided, we have a financial theme too.

 

Magician tells us this spread will be about doing, about actions. Eight of Cups tells us the story is about action not being completed, something being avoided or ducked out on or walked away from.

 

So in the middle we have getting paid. To the left, appropriately and according to the paperwork. To the right, something isn’t finished or doesn’t happen, or doesn’t happen fully. Above, something is done. You can put these together your way, yourself, if you would like to try.

 

 

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Hierophant is the show, the outward trappings, of religion. That is the pope in his regalia and the priests in theirs, so it is about church, but can refer to the show of any organization or governmental body or religion. It can refer to the show of morallity or religiosity or hypocrisy. (And you don’t have to be Christian to be a hypocrite!) It means the accepted moral conventional whatever, and also means ordinary, normal and ‘no harm.’ ‘For appearance’s sake’ is a good key phrase for this Rider Waite Tarot card. Hierophant is about respectability, about looking clean (‘having a clean nose’). It is a nice normal decent-looking whatever. It is the accepted whatever, is approved, is official. It sometimes means ‘on paper,’ where a certificate makes something valid or legal.

 

 

Six of Pentacles is doing right by others, giving others their due, paying the appropriate attention to anything. It is getting paid fairly or paying a fair price, illustrated literally by an employer weighing the coins he is paying the workers.

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Eight of Cups abruptly is off the designated route – in this case because the road could go no other way. It means incompletion, detour, re-routing, dropping out, not finishing, quitting, changing your route and changing your ways. It is a turn.

 

 

Magician is the active principle, the male principle. It is the act of, doing – any tense of the verb ‘do’ and most tenses of ‘make.’ Magician also means ‘to bring about’ or bring down. No planning or thinking is involved per se in this card’s meaning, just as no action meanings are involved in the Rider Waite card that means the female principle, High Priestess.

 

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Our Daily Spread for August 31, 2011 Wednesday ©

Aug 31, 2011 by

Advice is making the distinction between being right and being moral, between being of good repute and doing right by others, giving everyone his due. In the same way, it makes the distinction between the pay scale for the work and the actual work done for the actual pay. Such disparities are the norm, we say. They don’t pay you for doing what you are supposed to. Doing the accepted thing isn’t doing the right thing.

 

 

 

 

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The Question for weekdays is: “Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them. The Question for weekends is stated right on top on those days.

Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean contradictory things especially when the Spread has a card that negates other cards. Without a question also the pronouns in a group reading are more flexible, especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads. When a pronoun is in parentheses, feel very free to substitute. The question in a ‘real’ individual reading supplies at least half the information!

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Magician

Hierophant, Six of Pentacles, Eight of Cups

 

DAILY MESSAGE TAROT ANALYSIS Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

 

Doing the right thing

Doing the accepted thing isn’t doing the right thing.

Hypocritical acts involve avoiding doing right by others.

Giving to a church isn’t the right thing to do.

Avoid doing the conventional actions and do right by the people whom you owe.

They avoid doing the right thing that they owe their fellow human and instead do the morally accepted thing.

Ducking out on paying these bills is doing the right thing.

You do what is appropriate when you don’t have the money to pay.

 

Financial Perspective; Getting Paid

They aren’t paying you for doing what you are supposed to.

Ducks out on doing what entitles ___ to be paid.

Did not do what would entitle (him) to be paid.

The official pay scale isn’t what they are practicing.

Paid not to do it the way it would be approved.

He does it according to accepted practice for approval, not just to get paid.

Get paid for doing it but not in the right amount.

He did not get to do what they paid him to do, but that’s okay.

He is supposed to get paid before he does the job.

This is the kind of thing you do and they don’t have to pay you for it.

You are still entitled to be paid if you skip doing that.

He wasn’t present when it was done but is entitled to payment.

 

Miscellaneous

That would be paying a bill that is not legitimate!

Not getting the attention he deserves for what he does.

What he does is avoid paying in full: He feels so entitled.

She was gone before you could give her what she truly deserved so you did not get to.

 

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MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS: OBSERVATION OF THE SPREAD

Right away, we have a contrast between doing right by people and/or being treated right by them in the Six of Pentacles story, and the appearance of doing right in Hierophant story.

 

Since Six of Pentacles is getting paid for work done, and Eight of Cups suggests incompletion, we have a financial theme too.

 

Magician tells us this spread will be about doing, about actions. Eight of Cups tells us the story is about action not being completed, something being avoided or ducked out on or walked away from.

 

So in the middle we have getting paid. To the left, appropriately and according to the paperwork. To the right, something isn’t finished or doesn’t happen, or doesn’t happen fully. Above, something is done.

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS: INDIVIDUAL RIDER WAITE TAROT CARDS

 

Hierophant is the show of religion. That is the pope in his regalia and the priests in theirs, so it is about church, but can refer to the show of any religion, or religiosity or hypocrisy. (And you don’t have to be Christian to be a hypocrite!) It means the accepted moral conventional whatever, and also means ordinary, normal and ‘no harm.’ ‘For appearance’s sake’ is a good key phrase for this Rider Waite Tarot card. Hierophant is about respectability, about looking clean (‘having a clean nose’). It is a nice normal decent-looking whatever. It is the accepted whatever, is approved, is official.

 

Six of Pentacles, on the other hand is doing right by others, giving others their due, paying the appropriate attention to anything. It is getting paid fairly or paying a fair price, illustrated literally by an employer weighing the coins he is paying the workers.

 

Eight of Cups abruptly is off the designated route – in this case because the road could go no other way. It means incompletion, detour, re-routing, dropping out, not finishing whatever.

 

Magician is the active principle, the male principle. It is the act of, doing – any tense of the verb ‘do’ and most tenses of ‘make,’ and also means ‘to bring about. No planning or thinking is involved per se in this card’s meaning, just as no action meanings are involved in the female principle, High Priestess.

 

 

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