Tarot Readings for You for August 9, 2017 Wednesday©

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GUIDANCE        You went ahead and did it. You didn’t do it to get paid; you did it because it was the right thing to do. I went out of my way and cut corners to make this transaction affordable to people. Justice is being done for a change.

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Magician – Eight of Cups – Six of Pentacles

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Eight of Cups

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… then you ain’t doin’ it right!

He won’t do it for what it pays.

For NOT doing that, I give you respect.

You get respect when you don’t do that.

Go out of my way to do the right things.

Cut corners to make what I do affordable.

He doesn’t take initiative or treat me right.

And he went ahead and did it before he got paid.

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Six of Pentacles

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Paid to do it and doesn’t do it.

Discontinues his self-treatment.

Justice is being done for a change.

Doing the right thing derails his life.

He gives them their due, and he’s done.

He isn’t the one paying the bills anymore.

He does it; they pay him; he is outta there.

You start the medical treatment, and what a change.

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Tarot Readings: Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles

                   

No more payments to make.

Leaving is the right thing to do.

He doesn’t treat you right anymore.

Just does it with no thought of reward.

Not paying attention to what I am doing.

He quits taking the pills as soon as he starts.

Doing something about not paying my bills on time.

It pays to quit being the one to make the first move here.

Not getting the attention you deserve for what you are doing.

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Magician Today’s readings are a great example of how Magician gets swallowed up by other cards’ meanings because Magician means: do, start, make, initiate or initiative. Those words are inferred in the meanings of some other cards. Today Magician and Eight of Cups are about not doing something or not doing it anymore. Today Magician and Six of Pentacles are about the doing of: paying bills, treating other people right, giving respect or attention, doing ‘it’ right.

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Magician in Rider Waite represents the active principle, represents the doing (not the thinking or anything else, just action). Refer to the two-card combination parts at the end of this post to see how Magician gets swallowed up in the action that other cards specify the nature of.

Eight of Cups A pilgrim, the story here is, detours around a mountain, going out of his way. The pilgrim will resume his direction once past the obstacle, and bear in mind Eight of Cups sometimes means that.

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Eight of Cups is on a journey: He has left but has not arrived. That is true of Six of Swords as well. But Six of Swords’ journey is going from one place to another directly, and Eight of Cups encounters a disruption, goes off the road (in any sense), or aborts course. Eight of Cups is leaving, quitting, dropping out, walking away, not showing up (A. W. O. L.).

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Look for Eight of Cups to mean a change. Look for it to mean ‘on the road’ or traveling. It is one of several cards that mean to switch from one to another or to switch direction.

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Eight of Cups means to drop out, as well as to go out of your way, two opposite things.

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Eight of Cups also means a disruption or interruption.

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So Eight of Cups has odd meanings. It is not an anchor card; you fit it into the others, usually. The beginning and ending moon phases can mean things like: a month, ‘burning the midnight oil,’ dusk, twilight. You get a feel for what this card is talking about, with experience. (If you are looking for exhaustive meanings for this Eight of Cups fellow, Google ‘Eight of Cups Tarot Verbatim’ and the archives will spill all. Be sure to click on the ‘more’ after the usual six or so beginning items.)

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In its present company, Eight of Cups is acting as a negator (negative modifier), which isn’t its usual function.

Six of Pentacles He has some scales and the coins he pays them with for what they do for him. Treating people right and doing the right thing are major portions of Six of Pentacles’ meanings. The point is fairness because he is going by the weight of the gold that’s left in the coins rather than the face value. Six of Pentacles is a fair exchange; is commerce; is a paycheck or labor expense. It is also the card for making payments.

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An exchange involves both giving and receiving, of course. And the scales bring justice into the dictionary of Six of Pentacles.

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This exchange extends to paying attention, giving respect and getting it, and getting what is deserved (either way). The act of dropping the coins into the hands of other people, along with the fact Six of Pentacles is about ‘treating’ people fairly, stretches this card to dispensing medicines and treating people medically. Six of Pentacles translates ‘treatment.’

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Magician tends to fade into the meaning of other cards when they are talking about doing something, so that Magician’s ‘ do’ phrase is extraneous. This makes Eight of Cups translate ‘ doesn’t,’ a negative modifier, which isn’t its real function. An action card (Six of Pentacles in this case) modified by Eight of Cups ends up saying he isn’t paying, but the literal interpretation would be something like: ‘ What he is doing is, he is not (fill in the other card’s meaningSix of Pentacles in this case).’ So ‘ isn’t paying his bills’ for Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles … because we would not say ‘ what he is doing is not paying his bills.’ Eight of Cups means ‘ to avoid’ or ‘ avoiding,’ and it would be equally awkward, language-wise, to say ‘ What he is doing is avoiding paying.’ Eight of Cups says ‘ ain’t doin’ it’ with Magician, but Eight of Cups, as I said, isn’t really a negator … that’s not his job as a rule. It’s a matter of phrasing in English.

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As a member of the justice Tarot tribe, Six of Pentacles may translate ‘right’: treat me right, do what’s proper.

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As a member of the financial Tarot tribe, Six of Pentacles may translate ‘affordable,’ ‘for that price,’ ‘pays off,’ ‘payback,’ ‘paycheck,’ and ‘pays me for that.’

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Often the presence of Eight of Cups in a three-card spread makes conflicting stories because Eight of Cups is incompletion, and it can apply to either of the other two cards. In real-life Tarot practice, the question or other ‘knowns’ will supply how to interpret.

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So Six of Pentacles is getting paid, Magician is doing it, and Eight of Cups can be about not getting paid or not doing it. See? Or getting paid for not doing.

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The fairness theme of Six of Pentacles extends to legal proceedings: See the scales of justice there? The word ‘dispense’ is called up sometimes, and so is ‘give,’ of course. The ‘dispense’ and ‘give’ meanings stretch to include prescription medications.

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Magician tends to fade into the meaning of other cards when they are talking about doing something, so that Magician’s ‘do’ phrase is extraneous. This makes Eight of Cups translate ‘doesn’t,’ a negative modifier, which isn’t its real function. An action card (Six of Pentacles in this case) modified by Eight of Cups ends up saying he isn’t paying, but the literal interpretation would be something like: ‘What he is doing is, he is not (fill in the other card’s meaningSix of Pentacles in this case).’ So ‘he isn’t paying his bills’ for Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles … because we would not say ‘what he is doing is not paying his bills.’ Eight of Cups means ‘to avoid’ or ‘avoiding,’ and it would be equally awkward, language-wise, to say ‘What he is doing is avoiding paying.’ Eight of Cups says ‘ain’t doin’ it’ with Magician, but Eight of Cups, as I said, isn’t really a negator … that’s not his job as a rule. It’s a matter of phrasing in English.

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As a member of the justice Tarot tribe, Six of Pentacles may translate ‘right’: treat me right, do what’s proper.

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As a member of the financial Tarot tribe, Six of Pentacles may translate ‘affordable,’ ‘for that price,’ ‘pays off,’ ‘payback,’ ‘paycheck,’ and ‘pays me for that.’

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Often the presence of Eight of Cups in a three-card spread makes conflicting stories because Eight of Cups is incompletion, and it can apply to either of the other two cards. In real-life Tarot practice, the question or other ‘knowns’ will supply how to interpret.

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So Six of Pentacles is getting paid, Magician is doing it, and Eight of Cups can be about not getting paid or not doing it. See? Or getting paid for not doing.

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The fairness theme of Six of Pentacles extends to legal proceedings: See the scales of justice there? The word ‘dispense’ is called up sometimes, and so is ‘give,’ of course. The ‘dispense’ and ‘give’ meanings stretch to include prescription medications.

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Noticing things not usually noticed today. We are talking about change today: the change that is the effect from things not being done anymore, whether it’s not making payments anymore, not taking those pills anymore, to quit being the one to make the first move. We are talking also about the change that is about things beginning to happen: doing something about not paying bills on time; just doing it with no thought of reward; starting medical treatment and what a nice change; going out of your way to do the right thing, or take the initiative.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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MAGICIAN

EIGHT OF CUPS

SIX OF PENTACLES

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Eight of Cups

MAGICIAN   EIGHT OF CUPS

… then you ain’t doin’ it right!

He won’t do it for what it pays.

For NOT doing that, I give you respect.

You get respect when you don’t do that.

Go out of my way to do the right things.

Cut corners to make what I do affordable.

He doesn’t take initiative or treat me right.

And he went ahead and did it before he got paid.

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Six of Pentacles

MAGICIAN. SIX OF PENTACLES

Paid to do it and doesn’t do it.

Discontinues his selftreatment.

Justice is being done for a change.

Doing the right thing derails his life.

He gives them their due, and he’s done.

He isn’t the one paying the bills anymore.

He does it; they pay him; he is outta there.

You start the medical treatment, and what a change.

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Tarot Readings: Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles

EIGHT OF CUPS SIX OF PENTACLES

No more payments to make.

Leaving is the right thing to do.

He doesn’t treat you right anymore.

Just does it with no thought of reward.

Not paying attention to what I am doing.

He quits taking the pills as soon as he starts.

Doing something about not paying my bills on time.

It pays to quit being the one to make the first move here.

Not getting the attention you deserve for what you are doing.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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. Magician and Eight of Cups You ain’t doin’ it. He won’t do it. For not doing that …. When you don’t do that. Go out of my way to do …. Cut corners to make what I do _. He doesn’t take initiative. And he went ahead and did it before …. To do it, and doesn’t do it. Discontinues self-__. _ is being done for a change. Doing _ derails his life. He _, and he’s done. He isn’t the one _ anymore. He does it; he is outta there. You start _ – what a change. No more _ to make. Leaving is the _ to do. He doesn’t _ anymore. Just does it with no thought of _. Not … what I am doing. He quits as soon as he starts. Doing something about not _ on time. Quit being the one who makes the first move. Not _ for what you are doing. x

.. Magician and Six of Pentacles You are doing it right. He does it for what it pays. For doing that, I give you respect. You get respect when you do that. To do the right things. To make what I do affordable. He takes initiative to treat me right. He did it and got paid. Paid to do it. His self-treatment. Justice is being done. Doing _ derails his life. He gives them their due. He is the one paying the bills. He does it; they pay him. You start the medical treatment. Payments to make.** _ is the right thing to do. He does treat you right. Just does it … reward. Paying attention to what I am doing. He takes the pills. Doing something about paying my bills. It pays to be the one to make the first move. Getting the attention you deserve. x

. Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles You ain’t _ right. Won’t _ for what it pays. I give you respect for not …. You get respect when you don’t. Go out of my way to _ the right things. Cut corners to … affordable. Doesn’t treat me right. Went ahead and _ before he got paid. Paid to and doesn’t do it. Discontinues treatment. Justice for a change. The right thing derails his life. Gives them their due, and is done. Not paying the bills anymore. They pay him; he is outta there. … medical treatment: What a change. No more payments. Leaving is the right thing. Not treat you right anymore. With no thought of reward. Not paying attention. Quits taking the pills as soon as he starts. Not paying my bills on time. It pays to quit. Not getting the attention you deserve. x

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Tarot Readings for You for June 9, 2016 Thursday© 

Jun 9, 2016 by

GUIDANCE    Right and wrong, reward and punishment: they aren’t hooked up so that good deeds are rewarded, and vice versa. We are here to report that good deeds do get punished, and cheaters graduate with honors. We confess we are paying for our mistake, have an expensive habit we are self-treating for, and are struggling to make some payments too. We observe that you get paid to do something wrong, and that you pay for the wrong things you do too. So today we are mentally unhitching those reward-and-punishment trailers.

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Magician – Six of Pentacles – Devil

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Six of Pentacles

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Self-treatment for a habit.

Paid them, and they did it wrong.

He is the one who gave me the germ.

Doing the right thing in the wrong way.

He pays the bills and hates it.

He does mean things to get attention.

Punished when you are doing the right thing.

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Devil

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Do wrong and pay for it.

You get paid for doing something difficult.

Obligating yourself to make payments.

Gets paid for an immoral act.

Paid to do what’s difficult.

I paid for the crime I did.

I did it; I got sick; I’m taking the pills.

He breaks it, he pays for it.

Pays for a sex act (or gets paid).

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Tarot Readings: Six of Pentacles and Devil

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Paying for a mistake I made.

Right or wrong, I’m doing it.

Difficult to make the payment(s).

Initiating treatment for an ailment.

Paying a fine for a bad thing you did.

Deserves to suffer for what he did.

Do something about that expensive habit.

The pay is bad for what you have to do.

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Now, Part Two,

Did you come here to ACCESS YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS?

*Then you read HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS – resonates with your subconscious awareness! – and you’re done.

Did you come here to RESEARCH CARD MEANINGS?

*Then you go to LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING and LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES for single card meanings and for what those cards say today as they get along with their companion cards, which is important for Tarot Verbatim™, whose expertise is combinations of Tarot cards’ meanings.

*Then you go to Now we show where each of the phrases in each of the sentences comes from: for phrases individual cards make in the day’s sentences. This applies the knowledge.

*Then you read HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS – resonates with your subconscious awareness! for language created by each pair of Rider Waite Tarot cards, in Tarot Verbatim™. Now you are done, if you chose to do it all. Comments are at the very bottom.

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MagicianFew and clear are Magician’s meanings. The only subtlety to Magician is that when you put him next to a card that translates into a verb, Magician – meaning to do, to act – is absorbed into the verb and will translate simply a pronoun (usually he, but myself, him, his, yourself, and even I, as well) to go along with that card. Note that, therefore, Magician can turn another card into verb form. Yeah, a subtlety.

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Anyway, Magician is simple: male pronouns, any form of the verbs do and make and their synonyms (initiate, inaugurate, start up, begin, etc.). Magician also owns the noun action, so look for ‘take action.’ Magician also owns ‘he is the one who’ and ‘I am the one who’ – and that refers usually to doing something. So Magician and Ace of Cups can be ‘He loves you’ or ‘He is the one who loves you.’

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Magician (along with Page of Pentacles and Page of Wands) can also translate ‘self.’ Today, with Six of Pentacles as ‘treatment,’ for instance, Magician makes that ‘self-treatment.’

Six of Pentacles Giving and receiving, and what’s right and fair: These are the basic applications of Six of Pentacles. It’s an exchange in the illustration of money for labor, but anything that goes from one person to another is fair game for Six of Pentacles: attention, germs, information and medicines especially. ‘Treatment’ applies both as treatment for an illness or problem, and as the way you are being treated or treat another or others. Reward is also a Six of Pentacles concept. So is ‘deserve,’ along the lines of its fairness meanings.

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While paychecks, paying bills, and paying for having other people do something are paramount in Six of Pentacles, it equally applies to budget, price (whether bargain or expensive, depending upon context), and phrases like ‘worth it,’ as in ‘worth the effort’ with, say, Five of Wands or Ten of Wands even. It is also the card in Rider Waite for paying what you owe and collecting what is owed you.

Devil – Here’s a pesky card to apply. Look at it last, it has so many divergent and unrelated meanings – and not all are bad news, either. But ‘wrong’ and ‘bad’ are frequent fliers on the Devil plane – and so is ‘mistake.’ Devil owns ‘hate’ and ‘dislike’ as well. Devil shows an attachment of a couple of naked people to Mr. Devil Himself, as Lovers shows the naked people under the watchful eye of a fairly funky angel. So Devil is malattachment or being attached to something that’s bad for you – hence, a habit as one of Devil’s meanings. Speaking of which, check out those grapes on the gal’s tail.

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Today, besides the meanings discussed above, Devil appears as: mean things, punished, difficult, obligating yourself, immoral, crime, sick, breaks it, sex act, suffer.

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Magician is to do, and Devil is wrong – so, wrongdoing. Magician is to do, and Six of Pentacles is to do right by people, so you have the good deed. Then, Devil means punishment and Six of Pentacles means reward. So our spread says – in all sorts of ways – do right, do wrong, be rewarded, be punished. So, no good deed goes unpunished here today, you could say. You pay for your bad habits, and you get paid to do wrong things.

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Magician is to do, and Devil is wrong – so, wrongdoing. Magician is to do, and Six of Pentacles is to do right by people, so you have the good deed. Then, Devil means punishment and Six of Pentacles means reward. So our spread says – in all sorts of ways – do right, do wrong, be rewarded, be punished. So, no good deed goes unpunished here today, you could say. You pay for your bad habits, and you get paid to do wrong things.

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Ste. Teresa d’Avila famously said in the book written only for her nuns, Way of Perfection, that we don’t complain about unfairness when it benefits us, only when it costs us. Today we meditate on this reward-punishment good-deed bad-deed brain teaser. Mindful of scenarios in which reward is dispensed for something wrong, or something done wrong, and in which punishment is dispensed to someone who is doing the right thing, or for a good deed.

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Tarot Readings for You for May 12, 2015 Tuesday©

May 11, 2015 by

GUIDANCE   Fair exchanges are important in just about everything – attention, respect, paying fairly and receiving fairly, for starters. Credit and recognition for what we do often goes overlooked. But there’s a calculator in the back of ‘most everybody’s mind that keeps track of the ‘in’ and the ‘out’ for these things. It’s in the back of the mind, but directly tied to gut feelings: We feel gratified or we feel shortchanged, and those feelings weigh far more heavily than we give them credit for in the way we go about our business and our lives. We feel good about people who are careful or generous toward us, if we have any soul health at all. Resentment silently builds up, and so does gratitude. Pay attention, and you will see what we mean here … or feel what we mean here.

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Magician – Two of Wands – Six of Pentacles

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Proper Exchanges (Two of Wands and Six of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Doing for Money (Magician and Six of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Acting in a Respectable Manner (Magician and Two of Wands)

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Tarot Readings: Proper Exchanges (Two of Wands and Six of Pentacles)

A fellow makes a point of (‘on purpose’) paying attention to you.

He does something so you will give him something.

He’s really going to purposefully get your attention.

Here’s a guy who will treat you the way you deserve to be treated.

This guy will do right by you.

Here’s a man who always pays his employees a fair wage.

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Tarot Readings: Doing for Money (Magician and Six of Pentacles)

You are going to be paid what you are worth for what you do.

Do what brings in steady money.

I get paid later for what I do.

You will get the credit for what you are doing.

The early bird will get the worm: Initiative will be rewarded.

Something you start is going to pay off long term.

Get yourself into a cash business.

Fund a start-up business.

Plan to be the one who makes the payments.

He is the guy who is going to be making the money.

I plan to pay my own bills.

I am doing something that will pay off in the future.

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Tarot Readings: Acting in a Respectable Manner (Magician and Two of Wands)

Be the one to pay your share first and always.

Always act in such a way you are respected.

Recognition will come to you for something you do.

His credit is good – he pays his bills.

Being the man who pays the bills is being Somebody.

I get cash money and I put it into savings.

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Now, Part Two,

Did you come here to ACCESS YOUR SUBCONSCIOUS? –

*Then you read HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS – resonates with your subconscious awareness!

Did you come here to RESEARCH CARD MEANINGS? –

* Then you go to the bottom, LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES for single card meanings, and

Then you go to Now we show where each of the phrases in each of the sentences comes from: for phrases individual cards make in the day’s sentences. This applies the knowledge.

*Then you read LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING. A picture of each card is there, with what it says today as it gets along with its companion cards.

*Then you read HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS – resonates with your subconscious awareness! for language created by each pair of Rider Waite Tarot cards, in Tarot Verbatim™. Now you are done, if you chose to do it all.

Did you come for combined meanings of other cards than these?

*Then you can put names of any two cards into Google, and get their combined meanings.

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Magician – Two of Wands – Six of Pentacles

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……………….      Two of Wands and Six of Pentacles both involve respect. That’s easy to overlook because Two of Wands has such a focus on future, security and money – but it means respectability along the lines of being the respected citizen. Six of Pentacles … well, showing and getting the proper attention and respect is one of its main applications.

Next, both Two of Wands and Six of Pentacles are about money. This part is even more pronounced, more obvious. Two of Wands is having the kind of money that makes you influential; Six of Pentacles is paying, receiving, and exchanging money – even cash.

……………………. Magician simply applies either and both of these exchanges to the actual doing of them, and assigns the action to a male at least sometimes.

Six of Pentacles is the dominant card here. The subjects of the reading follow its main categories of money and respect.

So now we go into money. Magician is what you do;

……………………. Six of Pentacles is getting paid for it;

…………………… and Two of Wands either moves it into the future or future tense, says ‘always’ and also can bring the money into savings or investments.

Keep in mind that when we say ‘getting paid for it,’ you could be the payer – not limited to being the receiver.

You know how deep down inside each of ourselves we disrespect that cheapskate who divides the dinner ticket to last menu item and to the penny? Our instinct tells us this is a test or expression of character, a litmus test, a visible sign of ‘who you really are.’ The cheapskate won’t let himself or herself realize this, and loses massive real estate of respect by the odd niggardly behavior. On the other hand, being magnanimous when you participate in this ritual makes oceans of respect for you. So one of you drank more alcohol, or ordered the hors d’oeuvres? – you still split the payment carelessly casually evenly.

This scene is a great example of how money and respect intersect in odd places. There are people who made or lost major commercial opportunities socially at a restaurant meeting. Today we remind ourselves that how we handle money affects how other people treat us and think of us.

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Now we show where each of the phrases in each of the sentences comes from:

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TAROT READINGS: PROPER EXCHANGES (TWO OF WANDS AND SIX OF PENTACLES)

A fellow MAGICIAN makes a point of (‘on purpose’) TWO OF WANDS paying attention to you SIX OF PENTACLES.

He does something MAGICIAN so you will TWO OF WANDS give him something SIX OF PENTACLES.

He’s MAGICIAN really going to purposefully TWO OF WANDS get your attention SIX OF PENTACLES.

Here’s a guy who MAGICIAN will TWO OF WANDS treat you the way you deserve to be treated SIX OF PENTACLES.

This guy MAGICIAN will TWO OF WANDS do right by you SIX OF PENTACLES.

Here’s a man who MAGICIAN always TWO OF WANDS pays his employees a fair wage SIX OF PENTACLES.

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TAROT READINGS: DOING FOR MONEY (MAGICIAN AND SIX OF PENTACLES)

You are going to be TWO OF WANDS paid what you are worth SIX OF PENTACLES for what you do MAGICIAN.

Do MAGICIAN what brings in SIX OF PENTACLES is bringing in money; Two of Wands is ‘steady.’ steady money TWO OF WANDS.

I get paid SIX OF PENTACLES later TWO OF WANDS for what I do MAGICIAN.

You will TWO OF WANDS get the credit SIX OF PENTACLES for what you are doing MAGICIAN.

The early bird MAGICIAN will TWO OF WANDS get the worm SIX OF PENTACLES: Initiative MAGICIAN will be TWO OF WANDS rewarded SIX OF PENTACLES.

Something you start MAGICIAN is going to TWO OF WANDS pay off SIX OF PENTACLES long term TWO OF WANDS.

Get yourself into MAGICIAN a cash SIX OF PENTACLES business TWO OF WANDS.

Fund SIX OF PENTACLES a start-up MAGICIAN business TWO OF WANDS.

Plan TWO OF WANDS to be the one who makes MAGICIAN the payments SIX OF PENTACLES shares the word ‘makes’ here..

He is the guy MAGICIAN who is going to be TWO OF WANDS making the money SIX OF PENTACLES.

I plan TWO OF WANDS to pay SIX OF PENTACLES my own MAGICIAN bills.

I am doing something MAGICIAN that will pay off SIX OF PENTACLES in the future TWO OF WANDS.

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TAROT READINGS: ACTING IN A RESPECTABLE MANNER (MAGICIAN AND TWO OF WANDS)

Be the one to MAGICIAN pay your share SIX OF PENTACLES first MAGICIAN and always TWO OF WANDS.

Always TWO OF WANDS act in such a way MAGICIAN you are respected SIX OF PENTACLES.

Recognition TWO OF WANDS will come to you SIX OF PENTACLES for something you do MAGICIAN.

His MAGICIAN credit is good TWO OF WANDS – he MAGICIAN pays his bills SIX OF PENTACLES.

Being the man MAGICIAN who pays the bills SIX OF PENTACLES is being Somebody TWO OF WANDS.

I get cash money SIX OF PENTACLES and I put it MAGICIAN into savings TWO OF WANDS.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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…………….………. Magician and Two of Wands   A fellow makes a point of, on purpose …. He does something so you will …. He’s really going to try to …. Here’s a guy who will …. This guy will …. Here’s a man who always …. You are going to be … for what you do. Do what brings steady money. … later for what I do. You will … for what you are doing. The early bird will …:Initiative will be …. Something you start is going to …. Get yourself into a business. Fund a start-up. Plan to be the one who makes …. He is the guy who is going to be …. I plan to _ my own _. I am doing something that will_ in the future. ACTING IN A RESPECTABLE MANNER Be the one to … first and always. First and always. Always act in such a way …. Recognition for something you do. His credit is good – he …. Being the man who … is being Somebody. I put it into savings. x

…………….………… Magician and Six of Pentacles    A fellow pays attention to you. He does something … give him something. He really tries to get your attention. Here’s a guy who treats you the way you deserve to be treated. This guy does right by you. Here’s a man who pays his employees a fair wage. DOING FOR MONEY You are paid what you are worth. Do what brings in money. I get paid for what I do. Get the credit for what you are doing. The early bird gets the worm: Initiative rewarded. Something you start pays off. Get yourself into a cash _. Fund a start-up. Be the one who makes the payments. He is the guy who is making the money. Pay my own bills. I am doing something that pays off. Be the one to pay your share first. Act in such a way you are respected. _ comes to you for something you do. He pays his bills. Being the man who pays the bills. I get cash money, and I put it …. x

…………….…………. Two of Wands and Six of Pentacles    PROPER EXCHANGES … makes a point of (on purpose) paying attention to you. So you will give him something. _ really going to purposefully get your attention. … will treat you the way you deserve to be treated. … will do right by you.*** Always pays his employees a fair wage. You are going to be paid what you are worth. … what brings in steady money. I get paid later. You will get the credit. … will get the worm: … will be rewarded. … is going to pay off long term.*** A cash business.*** Fund a business.*** Plan to make the payments. Going to be making money. Plan to pay the bills. Will pay off in the future.*** Always pay your fair share.*** Always … you are respected. Recognition will come to you. _ credit is good … pays the bills. … who pays the bills is Somebody. I get cash in savings. x

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Magician……..Magician is the doer, the man of action – or the action itself. If you keep in mind that this card does mean to initiate or start (or even the beginning), but that its most frequent translates with be any form (Conjugate the verbs!) of do, make or bring down, bring about, you have most of Magician under your belt.

In addition to those trunks of its meaning tree, Magician is male. Very male meaning here (guy, fellow, man). Why? Because the esoteric underpinning of Rider Waite takes into account that the 1 – Magician’s number in the deck – reflects the male principle of action – which includes initiating. So Magician is any male pronoun. Magician refers to gender of an animal, of an unknown person who did something (often a crime), or of something unborn.

Magician is sometimes advice to do something, to act. It means willpower. Know that the action itself does not have to be performed by a male: Sometimes Magician refers to the act, not the actor. For example, Magician means ‘do it yourself,’ which is another way of saying ‘initiate action,’ isn’t it? Along this line, you also find among Magician’s male pronouns ‘yourself’ and ‘myself’ even if that refers to an entity that isn’t male gender.

Keep in mind that when there’s a negator card (like Death of Four of Cups), or one that means ‘not acting’ or ‘not participating’ (like Four of Swords), then Magician is saying ‘won’t’ or ‘don’t’ do anything about it, or ‘isn’t going to do it.’ Lastly keep in mind that Magician can say ‘start,’ in odd ways like Magician and Two of Wands (business) saying ‘start-up business.’

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Two of Wands………….Two of Wands has only a bit part – only a supporting role – in today’s Tarot movie. It is making future tense, and it is blending with the money exchange theme and the respect theme of Six of Pentacles. Its ‘plan’ meaning includes doing something on purpose, which shows up here once too. That’s it. It’s good to spot which cards are the star players and which are the support: It saves time.

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Six of Pentacles…..Six of Pentacles is about fairness (It is even one of the justice cards.) in a social or financial interaction. To pay your dues, to get the respect you deserve, to give someone what they are worth for what they do, and to get what you are worth for what you do – these are the core meanings of Six of Pentacles. This is the lead card for getting a paycheck, and for paying the bills. The fairness theme is expressed by the fact that the employer here is weighing the gold coins, and paying the help according to the actual gold in them, not what their face value is, because worn gold coins were worth less. Six of Pentacles is about paying attention and paying respect as well as paying money: That is an easy way to remember its main function.

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Tarot Readings for You for March 27, 2015 Friday©

Mar 26, 2015 by

GUIDANCE      An intimate relationship can start with an intense desire to have one, which inspires action. An existing relationship can become two-are-one when one of the two decides that’s going to happen. Inspiration, will, and focused action can get you the relationship you envision.

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People love this place! Our site is divided into four sections: Guidance, Tarot Readings, Learn Tarot by Observation, and Learn Tarot by Pictures.
If you just want your daily look ahead, Guidance and Tarot Readings are all you need. ‘Guidance’ (above) is a summary of what the cards are telling visitors to be aware of this day.

‘Group Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages from the pictures of the three cards you see – to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.

Did you come here for your predictions? – You are done now – See you tomorrow. The family of commenters here would love for you to join in (the very last thing, at the bottom).

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Magician – Hanged Man – Temperance

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Telepathic Relationship (Hanged Man and Temperance)

Tarot Readings: Idea to Act (Magician and Hanged Man)

Tarot Readings: What is Happening in Their Relationship (Magician and Temperance)

Tarot Readings: Intense Intimate Relationship (Hanged Man and Temperance)

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Tarot Readings: Telepathic Relationship (Hanged Man and Temperance)

Communicate action telepathically.

Inspired to start a close relationship.

Initiate telepathic communication.

Envision a really close relationship, and do something about that.

I foresee what my intimate partner is doing.

Insight into what’s happening between us.

A premonition about what we can do together.

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Tarot Readings: Idea to Act (Magician and Hanged Man)

I think we can do this together.

We both get the same idea on what to do.

Realize we are both doing the same thing.

I know what we can do about it.

Together, we can get it done: I see this vividly.

Intuitively starts up a dialog.

I know what to do to heal myself.

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Tarot Readings: What is Happening in Their Relationship (Magician and Temperance)

Insight into what’s happening between them.

Psychically aware what is happening in their relationship.

I sense how other people are doing in their relationships.

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Tarot Readings: Intense Intimate Relationship (Hanged Man and Temperance)

He senses any relationship he starts right now will be intense.

Turned on to initiate intimacy.

When you’re on fire to relate to someone, you do.

His partner does whatever he pictures him/her doing.

Intimacy happens just like you envision.

Acts on his intense urge to be intimate with (you).

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Now, Part Two,

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You can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim™ works.

This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contradictions – than a personal reading would give you. Also, pronouns are flexible: If the sentence feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ but you’re a ‘she,’ well, it’s yours.

*AND if you write names of any two cards into the Google search bar, it will give you meanings of those!

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Magician – Hanged Man – Temperance

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………………………      Idea – action – intimate contact. Hanged Man is an inspired idea. Magician is acting on it. Temperance is intimacy, an intimate relationship or communication. We have stories. To think about it, to do it, to be together ….

……………………….. Magician‘s illustration represents action and being active in the physical world: doing, bringing about, starting, initiating, making, making it happen (and it happening, too), action and acting, prompting. Conjugate the verbs ‘do’ and ‘make’ and you have most of Magician’s meanings. Esoterically, those are the male principle, as the number 1. (High Priestess is being, thinking, and receptivity as the female principle as the number 2.) This makes Magician an anchor card: one whose meaning is very focused, with few variations.

As the male principle too, Magician is any male pronoun, although seldom the possessive ones. So, he, him, the man, the male animal, etc. As the principle of action, Magician also reads ‘do it myself,’ ‘do it yourself,’ along the lines of ‘Make it happen.’

……………………….. Hanged Man represents that flash of awareness that happens when the non-conscious parts of the mind toss some contents onto the floor of our daily reality, and we gasp for air as a shift in our perspective causes the world to turn on its axis. Common examples of this upside-down hair-on-fire feeling are: the lipstick on the collar moment; the ‘I coulda had a V-8’ moment; the instant of enlightenment or life-changing salvation from a destructive habit. You get it: The flash of awareness that redefines and rearranges elements of your existence. Sometimes it’s the ‘Oh fuck’ moment; sometimes it’s uplifting – but it’s almost always a kick in the solar plexus.

The illustration for this draws from several ancient religions in which the protagonist (central character, hero, or god) hangs himself on a tree and exchanges a body part for wisdom. The easiest of these for me to remember is ‘All-Father Odin,’ the head god of the Norse religion, exchanging an eye for wisdom as he hung on a tree for three days. The upside-down figure represents the upside-down feeling you get when your brain gets scrambled or unscrambled; the energy halo around the figure’s head represents that ‘hair-on-fire’ feeling, and of course represents an overwhelming influx of information and awareness as the mind races faster than its tolerances allow.

However, back on the farm, so to speak, Hanged Man most frequently translates: realize and realization, think, know, see, insight, ‘get it,’ telepathy, sense, a thought striking, inspiration, envision, a vision, an intense feeling or urge, instinct, ‘turned on,’ a little bird told me, a feeling in my gut, and other like phrases.

……………………….. Temperance is grafted into the deck, and is of limited usefulness as a Johnny-come-lately P. S. sort of entity. It appears in Europe in the Roman Catholic darkness of the Middle Ages as one of the cards created to deflect accusations of witchcraft from Tarot’s users. Witchcraft was a political kangaroo-court accusation, and you got burned to death for it, so the strategy to make the deck look Roman Catholic was well-placed. There’s the angel pouring water and wine together, which pious people did to keep from feeling good from the wine’s effect. That is a symbol of healing on the angel’s chest.

But in Tarot, this card has a mind of its own. Don’t expect it to show up to mean dilution or abstaining from alcohol. But it does mean healing every once in a while. Its application emphasizes the blending, the flow, the healing, and, if the subject calls for it, the actual angel. Temperance is the deal and dealing back and forth, communication back and forth, intimacy, intimate partner, responding, reciprocating – your text is answered, you actually have a conversation when you phone, etc. There are better illustrations for its meaning.

Ask a question in mechanics – say, about an internal combustion engine – and Temperance will show up for the flow of gas into the cylinders, along with one of the cards that mean explosion, like Tower.

He was really inspired to make his relationship an intimate one, and he would have to accomplish this by his own actions: His partner, he knew, had written him off already. He realized he would be single-handedly creating the mutual intimacy. It is his idea to make a joint two-are-one relationship, all by himself. And he did it too.

 

Now we show where each of the phrases in each of the sentences comes from:

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Tarot Readings: Telepathic Relationship (Hanged Man and Temperance)

Communicate Temperance action Magician telepathically Hanged Man.

Inspired Hanged Man to start Magician a close relationship Temperance.

Initiate Magician telepathic Hanged Man communication Temperance.

Envision Hanged Man a really close relationship Temperance, and do Magician something about that.

I foresee Hanged Man what my intimate partner Temperance is doing Magician.

Insight Hanged Man into what’s happening Magician between us Temperance.

A premonition Hanged Man about what we Temperance can do Magician together Temperance.

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Tarot Readings: Idea to Act (Magician and Hanged Man)

I think Hanged Man we Temperance can do Magician this together Temperance.

We both Temperance get the same idea Hanged Man on what to do Magician.

Realize Hanged Man we are both Temperance doing Magician the same thing.

I know Hanged Man what we Temperance can do Magician about it.

Together, we Temperance can get it done Magician: I see Hanged Man this vividly.

Intuitively Hanged Man starts up Magician a dialog Temperance.

I know Hanged Man what to do Magician to heal myself Temperance.

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Tarot Readings: What is Happening in Their Relationship (Magician and Temperance)

Insight Hanged Man into what’s happening Magician between them Temperance.

Psychically Hanged Man aware Hanged Man what is happening Magician in their relationship Temperance.

I sense Hanged Man how other people are doing Magician in their relationships Temperance.

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Tarot Readings: Intense Intimate Relationship (Hanged Man and Temperance)

He senses Hanged Man any relationship Temperance he starts Magician right now will be intense Hanged Man.

Turned on Hanged Man to initiate Magician intimacy Temperance.

When you’re on fire to Hanged Man relate to someone Temperance, you do Magician.

His partner Temperance does Magician whatever he pictures Hanged Man him/her doing Magician.

Intimacy Temperance happens Magician just like you envision Hanged Man.

Acts on Magician his intense urge Hanged Man to be intimate Temperance with (you).

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……….………….      Magician and Hanged Man      _ action telepathically. Inspired to start. Initiate telepathic …. Envision __ and do something about that. I foresee _ is doing. Insight into what’s happening. A premonition … what we can do. IDEA TO ACT I think _ can do this. I think I can do this. Get the _ idea on what to do. Realize _ doing …. I know _ can do …. … can get it done: I see this vividly. Intuitively starts up …. I know what to do. Insight into what’s happening. Psychically aware what is happening. I sense how _ are doing …. He senses any _ he starts …. Turned on to initiate …. When you’re on fire to, you do. _ does whatever he pictures …. _ happens just like you envision. Acts on his intense urge to. x..

……….…………      Magician and Temperance      Communicate action. Start a close relationship. Initiate communication. … a really close relationship, and do something about that. What my intimate partner is doing. What’s happening between us. What we can do together. We can do this together. We both … on what to do. We are both doing the same thing. What we can do about it. Together we can get it done. Starts up a dialog. What to do to heal myself. Heal myself. What’s happening between them. What is happening in their relationship. How other people are doing in their relationships. INTENSE INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP Any relationship he starts right now will be intense. Initiate intimacy. … to relate to someone, you do. His partner does …. … happens just like you envision. Acts on his _ to be intimate. x..

……..…………     Hanged Man and Temperance      TELEPATHIC RELATIONSHIP Communicate telepathically. Inspired to a close relationship. Telepathic communication. Envision a really close relationship. I foresee what my intimate partner …. Insight into … between us. A premonition about what we … together. I think we … together. We both get the same idea. Realize we are both …. I know what we …. Together, we …: I see this vividly. Intuitively _ a dialog. I know __ to heal myself. Insight into … between them. Psychically aware _ in their relationship. I sense … in their relationship(s). INTENSE INTIMATE RELATIONSHIP He senses any relationship will be intense. Turned on to intimacy. When you’re on fire to relate to someone. His partner _ whatever he pictures him/her …. Intimacy just like you envision. His intense urge to be intimate (with you). x..

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Magician……….. Magician depicts willing something to happen, and acting to make it happen. You see a man (Magician as the 1 represents the male principle of action, as High Priestess represents the female principle of receptivity, thinking, and being, as the 2.) with his right hand holding his wand aloft, and his left hand grounding the action by pointing earthward. On the table are the four suits of a Tarot deck: a cup, a wand, a pentacle and a sword. He is making something happen, with his will. As I understand it, a magician’s definition of magic is: Will.

Magician means action, to act, male who acts, doing it single-handedly yourself, do, did, done, doing, make, made, making, he, him, himself, yourself, and phrases like ‘his doing.’

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Hanged Man…………. Hanged Man is the moment a life-changing brain-rearranging realization strikes you. Eureka, deja vu, the afterthought, an inspired notion, the moment of vision, enlightenment or salvation or union with the Divine – things like that belong to Hanged Man. So does the lipstick-on-the-collar moment, the ‘I coulda had a V-8’ moment, the falling-in-love moment … yeah, all of those. The emphasis here is on the flash, the moment of apperception.

So Hanged Man translates ‘realize’ and ‘see’ and ‘get it,’ as well as ‘insight.’ It also often simply translates ‘know,’ but often it is the flash that’s emphasized – that flash of awareness that disorients us temporarily as our brains race with an overload of input. It frequently translates simply: think feel, get it, insight, inspiration, envision, intense, intense urge or feeling, being turned on, sense something, a thought striking, envisioning or an actual vision, and ‘picture’ as a verb. Hanged Man described a friend’s suddenly understanding the principle of debits and credits – what they were – which she needed to master to graduate from law school in Canada.

The illustration here shows the energy halo around the head – the hair-on-fire feeling you get when a major flash of ‘getting it’ occurs. It shows an upside-down person, which exemplifies the ‘world-is-upside-down’ feeling you get when your perception shifts violently and unexpectedly. The concept you see arises from several myths from different cultures about a god or hero hanging himself on a tree and sacrificing a body part for wisdom or enlightenment. All-Father Odin did this in his myth.

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Temperance…………. Temperance is kind of a Tarot orphan. It was added in Europe in the Dark Ages as one of the cards that gave Tarot a Christian (a Roman Catholic) aspect, because the Church would burn you to death as a witch otherwise. Piety is the idea here: to dilute the wine with water, and have a holy angel do it who is wearing a traditional halo. He has a symbol for healing on his chest. However, Temperance does not act out any of these meanings – other than the healing one, and the angel one, and that’s occasionally.

Temperance most often refers to dealing with someone, to a deal, to intimacy, to a close relationship, to reciprocating or responding or ‘getting back to you’ in some communication, to partners or intimate partners. These meanings are using the flow of the liquid back and forth (similar to the back-and-forth of Two of Pentacles)

Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck®, known also as the Rider Tarot and the Waite Tarot, reproduced by permission of U. S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA. Copyright ©1971 by U. S. Games Systems, Inc. Further reproduction prohibited. The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U. S. Games Systems, Inc.

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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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*Go to Daily Message Tarot Analysis below. One or more of those sentences has something to say to you. Pick those out. They are about you and the people around you. They are about today and the days around it. (It is a group message like a horoscope, except Tarot isn’t based on someone else’s birth data, so it can be specific, accurate, detailed and direct. Our experiment here is “How much more accurate is it?”)

*Go to Advice to apply what those sentences say (in the best way) for you. (Advice is everyone’s favorite part.) Did you come here for your predictions? – You are done now – See you tomorrow.

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!

 

 

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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