Magician From   Tarot Readings for You for June 20-21, 2020 Saturday-Sunday©

Magician

So few meanings hath Magician, that he is boring – you keep using the same old ones. Anchor card par excellence. Take male pronouns first and action words next, because Magician is ‘the male principle’ of action (as the ‘1’ of Major Arcanae – and see High Priestess as the female principle because she is the ‘2.’ First-person pronouns too: I, myself; he, himself, and once in a while ‘him’ or even ‘his.’ With or without his main verbs. Main verbs are: all forms of (conjugate them) do, make, create, bring about or bring down, initiate, and ‘start’ as a verb. And the word ‘action.’ Not to mention odd ones like ‘doer.’

Watch for Magician to be ‘he is the one who’ and the action word belongs to another card, or even ‘He is’ and the action that belongs to him is ascribed to another more specific card – often ‘working’ expressed as Eight of Pentacles.

So Magician can be: he, he does (or did, or has done, etc.); himself (or do it himself, or did it himself); myself (or did it myself, or all by myself), that man (what that man did, that man is the one who acted; was done by the man; what a man is doing); I (or I do, I did, I will do, I started, I took action, I initiated). That’s not meant to be a full list of how this works.

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Lesser Explorations of Magician

Two Card Phrases Created by Magician And Other Cards

Magician and Major Arcana High Priestess through Wheel of Fortune

Magician and Cups

Magician and Pentacles

Magician and Major Arcana Justice through World

Magician and Swords

Magician and Wands

 
In The Archives

Although you’ll find a plethora of Two Card Phrases which include Magician above, knowing which phrase applies can be tricky. You may find the additional info you need within our archives. Links to those are listed here:

 

Magician and Major Arcana

Magician Fool

Magician High Priestess

Magician Hierophant

Magician Lovers

Magician Chariot

Magician Hermit

Magician Wheel of Fortune

Magician Hanged Man

Magician Death

Magician Temperance

Magician Devil

Magician Star

Magician Sun

Magician Judgement

 

Magician and Cups

Magician Ace of Cups

Magician Two of Cups

Magician Three of Cups

Magician Six of Cups

Magician Seven of Cups

Magician Eight of Cups

Magician Nine of Cups

Magician Ten of Cups

Magician Knight of Cups

Magician Queen of Cups

Magician King of Cups

 

 

Magician and Pentacles

Magician Ace of Pentacles

Magician Two of Pentacles

Magician Three of Pentacles

Magician Four of Pentacles

Magician Five of Pentacles

Magician Six of Pentacles

Magician Seven of Pentacles

Magician Eight of Pentacles

Magician Nine of Pentacles

Magician Ten of Pentacles

Magician Page of Pentacles

Magician Knight of Pentacles

Magician Queen of Pentacles

Magician King of Pentacles

 

Magician and Swords

Magician Ace of Swords

Magician Two of Swords

Magician Four of Swords

Magician Five of Swords

Magician Six of Swords

Magician Nine of Swords

Magician Knight of Swords

Magician King of Swords

 

Magician and Wands

Magician Ace of Wands

Magician Two of Wands

Magician Three of Wands

Magician Four of Wands

Magician Five of Wands

Magician Six of Wands

Magician Seven of Wands

Magician Eight of Wands

Magician Nine of Wands

Magician Ten of Wands

Magician Page of Wands

Magician Knight of Wands

Magician Queen of Wands

 

 

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