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Tarot Readings for You for December 19, 2013 Thursday©

Guidance     Family strife is our subject, no way around it. The divorce or blowup, the militant woman’s demands. The same situation at work where a walkout or strike – or at least quitting or getting fired – is afoot. Repairing a damaged house is a parallel situation to these – come to think of it! – and Tarot has. She keeps working in this combative environment. A whole family whines about one thing after another until you want to explode. Employees at this company complain about tirades.

 

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Four of Wands

Tower – Queen of Swords – Eight of Pentacles

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

 

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Divorce and Dissension in the House or Marriage (Tower and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Strife at or about work, Quitting or Being Fired (Tower and Eight of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: House Repair, Construction Work (Eight of Pentacles and Four of Wands)

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Tarot Readings: Divorce and Dissension in the House or Marriage (Tower and Four of Wands)

She keeps complaining to her combative spouse.

 

She keeps nagging her roommate until she screams.

 

She keeps complaining about her spouse’s outbursts.

 

The bitch he married has one temper tantrum after another.

 

She is consistently militant and confrontational at home.

 

Victim’s spouse comes to blows with her regularly.

 

The mean woman beats her roommate often.

 

He is working up a divorce; there’s nothing in this marriage for her.

 

She has suffered one marriage and divorce after the other.

 

A whole family whines about one thing after another until you want to explode.

 

One clash after another with the matriarch of the family.

 

Leaves home (splits) because of mama-bat’s constant demands.

 

Tarot Readings: Strife at or about work, Quitting or Being Fired (Tower and Eight of Pentacles)

She is mad enough to quit her job at that company.

 

She works at a company that fires people all the time.

 

Employees at this company complain about tirades.

 

Employees strike at the company and present demands.

 

She keeps working in this combative environment.

 

She works at home now because she got mad and quit.

 

At work she is nasty with combative people.

 

She tells him to get a job or get out of her house.

 

Tarot Readings: House Repair, Construction Work (Eight of Pentacles and Four of Wands)

She nags him into working on the destroyed house.

 

She is doing without because he is laid off from working construction on houses.

 

He demolishes the house every time she picks on him.

 

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Four of Wands

Tower – Queen of Swords – Eight of Pentacles

 

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Tower and Four of WandsThese two are a divorce in a marriage: Tower is divorce, rejection, splitting, eviction from a home, being fired or quitting, as well as hitting, a tirade, a temper tantrum, to blow up or erupt. Four of Wands is marriage, family, the couple, and then it goes from neighborhood to nation and on from there. Four of Wands is a company, too. So we are about a divorce of a marriage or a split from a company.

Queen of Swords and Four of Wands Queen of Swords fits in here: the disgruntled, dissatisfied angry woman, the nag, the complainer, or the victim, the militant woman … or the whiner. This is the ex, also can be the bitch. She is not getting what she deserves (or thinks she deserves) and she has high standards that someone is not meeting. So these two cards say: ex-spouse, victim in her marriage, mad at the company, picking on her roommate. Mama-bat is the abrasive matriarch (the nasty female clan leader). These two Tarot cards also say ‘the whole family whines.’

Our remaining Rider Waite Tarot card has several meanings, all of which blend well with its neighbors. It means work, job, construction work, one after another, keep doing or being. Watch how it makes phrases with its mates:

Eight of Pentacles and Four of Wands is working for the company, working at home, people you work with, something that keeps happening at home. It’s also construction work or working on a house.

Tower and Eight of Pentacles is employees being fired, walking out, quitting, confronting, striking, erupting in tirades themselves or being subjected to tantrums at work. These two cards even say ‘one disaster after another.’

Queen of Swords and Eight of Pentacles get together to mean disgruntled employees, employees demands, being nagged about work. ‘She is doing without because of his job,’ these also say.

 

HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL SIX COMBINATIONS

Tower and Queen of Swords She complains to her combative. Nagging until (she) screams. She complains about outbursts. Bitch has a temper tantrum. She is militant and confrontational. The mean woman beats up. She has suffered a divorce. Whines until you want to explode. A clash with the matriarch. Splits (leaves) because of mama-bat’s demands. She is mad enough to quit. She __ that fires people. Complain about tirades. Strike and present demands. She is in a combative environment. Got mad and quit. She is nasty with combative people. She is nasty and combative. Get out of her house. She nags him re the destroyed house. She is doing without because he is laid off. Demolishes when she picks on (him).

Tower and Eight of Pentacles Keeps it up until (she) screams. One outburst after another. One temper tantrum after another. Consistently confrontational. Comes to blows regularly. Often beats up. He is working up a divorce. One divorce after another. One thing after another until you want to explode. One clash after another. Splits (leaves) because of the constant. Quit (her) job. Fire people at work. Works at a __ that fires people. Fires people all the time. Employees __ tirades. Tirades at work. Employees strike. Working in a combative environment. Works __ because (she) quit. At work, combative. Get a job or get out. Working on the destroyed house. Laid off from working construction. Working on destroyed. He demolishes __ every time.

Tower and Four of Wands Combative spouse. Roommate until (she) screams. Spouse’s outburst. Person I am married to has a temper tantrum. Confrontational at home. Comes to blows with spouse. Beats up roommate. Divorce and marriage. Marriage and divorce. A whole family __ until you want to explode. A clash with the __ of the family. Leaves home (splits). Quit the company. A company that fires people. Fires people. Tirades at this company. Strike at the company. Combative environment. Quit and __ at home now. Combative people. Get out of (her) house. The destroyed house. Laid off from __ on houses. Demolishing houses. Demolishing buildings. Demolishes the house.

Queen of Swords and Eight of Pentacles She keeps complaining. She keeps nagging. She keeps complaining. The bitch keeps __ing. She is consistently militant. Regularly with victim. The mean woman often. She has suffered one __ after another. Whines about one thing after another. One __ after another with the matriarch. Mama-bat’s constant demands. She is mad enough to __ her job. She works. Employees complain about. Employees present demands. She keeps working. She works __because she got mad. At work, she is nasty. She tells/nags him to get a job. She nags him into working. She is doing without because he is __ from working construction. She is doing without because he is working. Every time she picks on him.

Queen of Swords and Four of Wands She complains to her spouse. Nagging her roommate. Complains about her spouse. Complains to her spouse. The bitch I married. She is militant at home. Victim’s spouse. The mean woman’s roommate. Three is nothing in this marriage for her. She has suffered one marriage __. A whole family whines. The matriarch of the family. __ home because of Mama-bat’s demands. She is mad enough at the company. She __ at a company. __ at this company complain about. Present demands at the company. At home now because she got mad. She is nasty with people. Her house. She nags him about the house. __ the house when she picks on (him).

Eight of Pentacles and Four of Wands Roommate keeps _ing. Spouse keeps __ing. The __ (he) married has one __ after another. Consistently __ at home. Spouse regularly. Roommate often. He is working on his marriage. One marriage after another. A whole family __ one thing after another. One __ after another with the family. Constant __ at home. (Her) job at that company. Works at a company. Employees at this company. Keeps working in that environment. Works at home. People at work. At work with __ people. Get a job or __ (her) house. Working on the house. Working construction on houses. Working on houses. __ the house every time.

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

 

Tower shows lightning blowing down a building and people falling out of it. The crown at the top of the building suggests an overthrow of power. It illustrates the Tower of Babel story, and so means ‘overthrow of evil, and, yes, it is the next card after Devil. It means divorce, rejection, strike, hitting or destroying, explosion, erupting or blowing up in a temper tantrum, combative, outbursts, confrontation, beating.

 

Queen of Swords is the victim, the bitch, the complaining, nagging, whining militant wench, Mama-bat. She is also the woman who does without, who is sacrificing (an earlier stage?) – and the woman of strong character or strong assertive woman. An older woman with her hand outstretched, palm partly turned upward in that gesture of imperious but importune demand we have all seen … and done.

 

Eight of Pentacles always doing this over and over. Same routine. Work. Job and job site. Employee. Keep at it, keep trucking. The carpenter is at his work bench intently making one identical object after the other.

 

Four of Wands is home and marriage, neighborhood and family, the community of upstanding (usually sensible) people. Pictured is a society wedding which invokes the public aspect of marriage, since it is uniting leading families. Four of Wands is any organization or business too.

 

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