The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind

The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind.  When the Tower Tarot Card shows up in a Reading, it speaks of a dramatic change in your life.  And there is nothing you can do about it…

 

 

The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind
The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind

 

How many times can a man turn his head
And pretend that he just doesn’t see?
The answer, my friend, is blowing in the wind
The answer is blowing in the wind

How many times must a man look up
Before he can see the sky?
How many ears must one man have
Before he can hear people cry?

(Peter, Paul, and Mary:  The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind)

 

The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind

The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind!  When the Tower Tarot Card shows up in a Reading, it speaks of a dramatic change in your life.  And there is nothing you can do about it…

It is not your fault.  You did not do anything bad.  This storm is not of your making.  Nor are you getting punished for some reason.

From time to time in everyone’s life, the winds of change blow in our direction.  When you wonder why this is happening to you, the answer my friend is blowing in the wind!  The Air Element is taking over your life for a little while; you are powerless over this kind of storm.

Feeling Powerless to do anything about it

Feeling Powerless to do anything about it can be one of the worse feelings ever.  You may feel anxious, even panicked.  Your brain says “let’s get the Hell out of here!; your heart says:  “are you kidding me, I ain’t going nowhere – this is scary”.

When you feel powerless over the Element of Air, all you can do is to stop fighting it.  Consider the Wind.  A strong wind does its thing relatively quickly, during a relatively small amount of time.  This, while making its way to where it is heading out.

During the time that it does go on, the Wind does its ravages.  You are powerless to make it turn around and make it go towards somewhere else.   You cannot “Will” the blowing of the Wind.

All you can do is to drop both arms to both sides.  Wait till its all over.  Assess the damages in your life.  Pick up the pieces of what is left; and then go forward from there.

Assessing the damages

Assessing the damages is the worst part.  After the storm has moved on, there will be feelings of confusions and amazement at first; you are still alive and kicking. You will have to look around and pick up your broken pots, sort out your possessions, and repair what you can.

The good news is, after the storm, the Sun will always come out and shine above again.  You will be able to see a rainbow up in the distance.  Family, friends and neighbors will come over to see if you are OK and what help they can give you.

It may very well be that you will feel discouraged for a while, but that too shall pass.  Keep encouraging yourself by repeating the following Tarot Affirmation.  “Things can only get better from now on!”

A Dramatic Change In Your Life

A Dramatic Change In Your Life always occurs rather suddenly.  It will feel like things are happening way too fast.  Like as if, events are spinning out of control; like time itself is fast forwarding.

Acceleration is the Key Word for this Major’s Card.  However, Crowley insists upon it being:  War!  It is the Element of Fire that makes this a “dark card in the Magick Arcana.  However, “it is less realistic with the mental and spiritual realms.”, Jodorowsky.

In particular, consider this Tower Card in the Llewellyn’s Tarot Deck.  Notice that the Wind and Lightning are in the dark of the night, and the upper North areas of the rectangle (squares 8, 9, 10 and in some parts of 6 and 7).  Again, according to Jodorowsky, this kind of change that is blowing in the wind, indicates that this storm is a –  sudden “strong action.” An act of God, if one may express it this way.

 

The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind
The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind

 

Both in the Tarot de Marseille and Thoth decks, the Tower Tarot Card depicts the garrison guards either falling or having been ejected from the Tower.   These represent your inner guards you put up against the reality of your inner life. How we feel about something, is not necessarily how it is in reality.  Our feelings are but subjective.

This card speaks of an inner war going on within yourself.  Some may prefer to call this inner war, a war between our good conscious and our bad conscious.  A war between our sense of doing right and doing wrong.  This inner war mainly occurs within yourself, “when we become aware of the perfection and the imperfection with us”, Crowley.

A Matter of Life and Death

A Matter of Life and Death is about mentioning a deep, dark event brought on by the storms of the war within our inner self.  Normally, when a swift change takes place in our life, we humans are resilient!

A Human Being has the basic instinct of survival.  Either we adapt to changes or we will die.  This said, just because we have survival instincts, it does not go to say that sometimes we do not struggle with wanting to put an end to the changes we undergo in our life. Changes such as a divorce, the death of a spouse or a child, the loss of a job or even a new job, etc…  Some people go through all of these changes within a few months even.  This is when there is a struggle between wishing to die versus wishing to live on.

If we think that one sudden, unexpected change in our life is hard enough, just imagine undergoing four or five major life changes coming at you all at once.  This can be devastating for the average person.  It causes a series of major stresses all at once!

This is when there is a struggle between wishing to die versus wishing to live on.  A depression accompanied by a major disease is often the outward manifestation of misadapting to a major change in our life.  A change about which we simply can not stop ahead of time before it happens to us; like a hurricane, for example.

The Anwer is Blowing in The Wind of Acceptance

The Answer Is Blowing In The Wind of Acceptance, letting go, and letting our very nature do its thing.  When the Tower Tarot Card shows up in a Reading, it speaks of a dramatic change in our life that makes us question our very existence.  And there is nothing you can do about it, but to accept, let go, and place your trust in your survival instincts.

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Prison Tarot Card – Evergreen Readings

Prison Tarot Card is the Strength Card.  This Card speaks of the times during which we go into isolation so to affect change – for the common good.  This is why the keyword for this card can easily be “Prison”.  In the Llewellyn Tarot Deck, the Strength Card is called the Temperance Card…  Keep reading to find out why I use this deck in particular for this article on the Prison Card.

 

Prison Tarot Card - Evergreen Readings
Prison Tarot Card – Evergreen Readings

 

I always yell at myself asking why me? Why?

Sitting in a empty spare room.

No one to talk to about how I feel.

No one to ask me what I feel.

Is anyone out there in this harsh world we live in?

Sometimes I begin to wonder.

Sometimes I’m harsh on myself.

Morn comes and I wake up wishing I was never born.

Please help others, because today’s lives

Are being taken out of this world just as easy as they are coming in.

You can change someone’s life.

Make a change.

It’s a tough world.

(Change Is All © Olivia Libby)

 

 

Prison Tarot Card

Prison Tarot Card depicts a Deep Well.   To be down a deep well is likened to being in a prison of sorts.  Alone,  and alienated from the rest of humanity, we hit rock bottom; we face our fears alone.  We have crossed the line in our thoughts, ideas, and emotions …

Each and every one us draws a line in the sand.  Our line in the sand represents to us our sanity, our good common sense.  It is our good conscious warning us to get a grip before we lose control over our life.

When the Strength Card is pulled in a Reading, it is our conscious trying to tells us that it will not let us cross the line in the sand that we have drawn for ourselves.  We promise ourselves not to cross the line when stepping out for a drink with friends, or when we go to visit Mary Jane.  We promise ourselves that we will never cross the line when we get mad at the boss, or at our children.  We draw many lines in the sand; one for each of the situations we live through.  Moreover, for each one of these lines, we promise ourselves never to cross it.

The Line in the Sand

The Line in the Sand reminds us to stay on this side of the line.  This side of the line represents a balanced life.  Equilibrium!

For us who prefer a balanced lifestyle, the other side of the line represents our fears.  Our fear of being in scary places with scary people who do scary things.  It is because of our concerns that we make a promise to ourselves to always keep our control in check.

The prison of the Super-sensitives

The prison of the super-sensitives is the Well.  Super-sensitive people go down a Well full of thoughts and ideas and emotions they sense in other people.  A Super-sensitive person can pick up these vibrations, absorb them, and transform them.  A Super-sensitive person is at his or her happiest when alone restoring the environment back to its state of Equilibrium (balance).  For balance is the natural order of things.

As far as the Super-sensitive is concerned, it is indeed a sad state of affairs when “the natural order of things” goes on Tilt.  He or she becomes highly aware that it is not just a few persons going on Tilt, but things, people, and events; and that those are all part of a “Global Pattern”.  As the Super-sensitive quickly pick up on Global Patterns, he/she will retreat to a safe place like as if to a self-imposed prison of sorts.  Super-sensitives are different” like that.

People who are different

People who are “different” are most often than not – a Super-sensitive.  They see things from a different perspective than most.  They often get bullied just because they are different.  Because they feel things in a very sensitive way, it does not take much to hurt their feelings.

Super-sensitive people represent a relatively small percentage of the global population.  That is why they stand alone against a crowd of bullies treating them unfairly.  When a Super-sensitive hears or sees an injustice, he or she is usually the first to speak up and defend the victim.

Often, a Super-Sensitive will be called crazy.  Even the Super-sensitive will think herself/himself crazy.  Because they see spirits and things unseen; they feel things unfelt by the average person.  “They can see and feel both the Yin/Yang in individuals, governments, laws, politics, and religions; as these are locked in fear”, Catherine Avizinis.

Super-sensitives are needed among us

Super-sensitives are needed among us to bring balance.  Moreover, this is what the Balance/Fortitude/Strength/the Well/Prison Card indicates to us.  That the world needs people who accept to “profoundly say, do, and feel things – all within the good measure of course.  It would be a cold world otherwise.

Our world here on Hearth is full of people that do both the good and bad.  In our world here, there are both the good and the bad situations and events.  We need to accept the fact that there are both “positive and negative” ideas and thoughts, emotions and feelings, actions and reactions in all of us.  The Super-sensitives are those among us that have the Will and clear intent to make it a better world for all of our sakes.

Super-sensitives feel soooo profoundly and to the extent of actually consenting to go into a self-imposed isolation.  They deliberately absorb and transform both the negatives and the positives in other people.  Because doing so – restores Equilibrium (balance) in the world.

So the next time you pull the Strength Card/the Well Card, keep at the front of your mind that it is also a “prison Card”.  The Querent has deliberately isolated herself/himself in order to find balance in their life.  That this is the sacrifice he/she is prepared to do.  Your Querent is the Super-sensitive that has agreed to come to live here in this lifetime, to become engulfed by excess negative energy to bring balance back – by absorbing and transforming it.  Click on The Strength Card to read more about this Card.

Where is the Hangman Card?

Where is the Hangman Card?  Look for the Hangman Card to see if it is in the Spread.   If the Hangman Card and the Strength Card are side by side or close to each other, then know that your Querent’s situation is redeemable.

 

Prison Tarot Card - Evergreen Readings
Prison Tarot Card – Evergreen Readings
near the Strength Card

 

A Super-sensitive will not only isolate herself/himself so to restore balance to a situation, they will also find in it a personal relief against bullies.  Not because the Super-sensitive is hiding from a bully.  But rather, because a Super-sensitive knows that this is their purpose in life, to relieve the hurts in this world by their self-sacrifice of “absorbing and transforming the hurt of a bully into healing the bully”.  Another way to say the word “healing”  is to say:  “change for the good”!  This is how a Super-sensitive feels at their happiest; when he/she feels the World need them to restore balance.  By uplifting the human soul; by restoring balance to the natural order of things.

The Prison Tarot Card is the Strength Card (Temperance).  This Card reveals that it is the right moment in time for your Querent to go down the “Well of emotions.”  That it is time to go into self-isolation, like as if to prison.  To absorb and transform the Global Pattern of fears, and to heal it by manifesting change  –  for the common interest (“The good of the many outweigh the good of the one”, Spock).  This is why the keyword for this card can easily be “Prison”, or even “the key.” 🙂

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Tarot Card Meaning Devil Card

Tarot Card Meaning Devil Card can scare the Reader just as much as it can anyone else. Some Tarot Readers inoculate the Querent against it.  And then again, some Readers much prefer using a Deck that does not have a Devil Card in it.

 

Tarot Card Meaning Devil Card
Tarot Card Meaning Devil Card

 

Tarot Card Meaning Devil Card

Tarot Card Meaning Devil Card is not an article about inoculating both the client and ourselves.  There is no use denying either the positives and the negatives of life.  Besides, our Tarot clients pay us good money so to know their truth; they do not want for us to hide anything from them.

Hello there, Tarot Readers.  I have read many comments on Facebook about the Devil Card in our Tarot Decks.  This Card is a highly controversial Card with a majority of Tarot Readers.

No matter their reasons, Readers tend to interpret this dreaded Card in such a way as to make it come out each time as if smelling like roses.  I can’t say as I blame them;  when the Devil Card appears in a reading of mine, I temporarily feel uncomfortable too…

However, I push away my uneasiness.  Because I am paid good money to tell the truth as I read it in the Cards (even if I should become unpopular for it.  I say, “the Devil may care” about this disagreement in the Tarot Community!

 

Knowledge of the Devil Tarot Card

Knowledge of the Devil Tarot Card is crucial in a Reading.   It demystifies it!  Education and experience with the Devil Card play a significant role in our understanding of our clients and their situation.

It has been my experience that just when we think we know Tarot, there is always still much to learn about it.  Many professional Tarot Readers, such as myself, are scholars of the Tarot.  Meaning that we are learners.

Whether you believe or not in a Devil, is not the point. The point is that the Devil is known both in traditional and religious beliefs as an Evil Dude.  No one ever wants to come face to face with the Devil.  Nor do we want the Devil to show up in our Tarot Readings; but it might anyways.

For the average person, when a Tarot Reader pulls out the Devil Card in a Reading, people automatically think it means “evil is in their lives”.  That is why we need to understand how man represents The Devil in his mind.

Man is a religious thinker

Man is a religious thinker; he thinks along the lines of right and wrong.  In a nutshell, from the beginning, man learned how to deal with two very different gods.  A God that was good to him, and a God that punished him.

When something went wrong in man’s world, he blamed his God for that.  When something went right, man accused his God of doing that too.  It soon became apparent to the other people around man, that he, in fact, had two Gods that were different from one another.

One God never got mad at man; while the other one got mad lots of times – at man.  So, man, having to deal with two different gods, did two separate kinds of religious ceremonies.  One to appease his “not so good God”; thinking that, that God would not get mad and punish man.  The other ceremony was so to praise and encourage his other God for not getting mad at him, and for not punishing him.

Fast forwarding to our modern times, mankind basically still has its two different gods; the good and the bad.  No matter if we believe in a malefic God or in a generous one, we still tend to think along those lines anyways.

The Devil Card in any given deck

The Devil Card in any given deck is a “Key”.  We place it in the twenty-sixth Path on the Tree of Life.  The twenty-sixth Path is a line that links the Sphere of Tiphareth to the Sphere of Hod.  More precisely, the Devil Tarot Card is Death on the other side of the Tree of Life.  Both ideas about Devil and Death come from the Sphere of Thiphareth (which implies a meaningful sacrifice).

In other words, the Devil Tarot Card is a Key.  This particular Major Arcana Card speaks to the fact that we are overwhelmed by a need to sacrifice ourselves for the sake of everybody else involved.  However, we would do well to neutralize its effects upon our lives; by finding our balance!

When the Devil Card shows up in your Reading, you need to reclaim your balanced self; you are on tilt.  Your mood is ill-suited the situation you are in.  Somehow, you are removed from being true to yourself.  You look at yourself in the mirror, in the morning. and you see your real self.  But when you walk away from the mirror, you forget who you are.  You need to find balance once more!

Tarot Card Meaning Devil Card can make us think that it represents an evil omen.  Instead of making believe that it is not, we would do well to get off tilt!   Using a deck with a Devil card in it can help to bring us back to the reality of our life.  To read another article on the Devil Tarot Card, and how to get real about our lives, click on   Carleigh Blaylock’s article on the Devil Card

Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation:

“I am aware of my inner demons.  I acknowledge my inner demons, and I face them and defeat them”.  James Ricklef, Tarot Affirmations

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Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Card Meaning World Card - Evergreen Readings
Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings represents a new beginning!  When this card appears in a Spread, it is wise to first look at the accompanying cards. Then, and only then can you accurately interpret The World Card.

As a standalone card, The World Card speaks of “a new beginning”.  However, when it appears in a spread along with other cards, the World Card needs clarification.  It then speaks of ‘a new beginning requiring enlightenment, guidance, and wisdom’.

Tarot Card Meaning World Card - Evergreen Readings
Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings is about having realized your full potential.  You have come a long way in your journey.  You have died to your ego, and your Divine Higher-self is now flourishing.

You have gone through difficulties and then through happy times throughout life.  There has been some give and take on your part.  When life was grand, you sang a happy song.  When shit happened, you had to put water in your wine.  However, that was then, this is now.

Now a new beginning is offered you on a silver platter.  You are now ready to bite into life, and to look forward to moving along freedom in hand.  You now have to start fresh, even though you now live in peaceful coexistence with your environment; family and friends are happy for you!

Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings speaks of being in the here and now.  The World Card mirrors you.  You are in your most inner-reality.  You are now fully aware of both the good and the bad sides to you.  You are fully conscious of both your negative and positive currents of energy.

When the World Card appears in a Spread, it adds another dimension to the story.  It brings in the aspects of self-mastery, and of self- deception.  This is when we see laid-out before us two different life paths ahead.  One is a negative one, the other a positive one.  We must choose wisely between the both.

Tarot Cards Couples Fool World Couple - Evergreen Readings
Tarot Cards Couples Fool World Couple – Evergreen Readings

Some may prefer the difficult one.  Some others may prefer the easy one.  No matter the road we choose to travel down, we all want the same thing – to be happy.  However, one road its tough going.  On the other, life is going to be much easier.  It is not exactly true that the road less travelled is the better one.

For example, when The World Card chooses to marry the right man, she finds true happiness.  She does not feel alone.  She feels fulfilled and content with him.  She does not have to struggle just to communicate with him.  They both work together towards a common goal, so he is very interested in hearing her opinion.

If The World Card does not chose the right man for herself, it will be a difficult beginning.  Communicating with the wrong man requires exceptional skill or caution.  She will not feel free to be herself, because he is highly critical of her.

Tarot Card Meaning World Card - Evergreen Readings
Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Magick:

Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings describes the Egyptian Isis in Tarot.  She is The Great One of The Night of Time.  She directs two currents of energy, both the negative and the positive energies.  She can travel to both the physical and the astral plane.  She understands the Zodiac, the Planets, and the Elements.

The World Card has the keys to the Wisdom of bringing life or death in her environment.  However, all depending on the cards around her, she may lack the necessary wisdom to battle her own demons.  If not in a happy couple, she will feel alone.  Feeling alone, she will tend to  look towards her past – instead of to her future.  This is why, we as Tarot Readers, need to look at the cards around here.

Tarot Card Meaning World Card - Evergreen Readings
Tarot Card Meaning World Card – Evergreen Readings

Place the World Card on your altar.  Meditate on the future ahead.  Ask yourself; in what direction do you want your life to take?  Ask yourself, whom do you trust to give you wise counsel on this matter?  Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation to help you fully realize your newly found freedom.

Tarot Affirmation:

The World Card represents a new beginning.  You have reached your full potential in life!  It is now time for you to start choosing a new path…

“I am free to go forward in wisdom”!

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Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card - Evergreen Readings
Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings

 

Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings.  The Strength Card or Fortitude Card, is also known as The Daughter of the Flaming Sword.  She is the leader of the Lion.  This card is of the Pillar of Light.  Its energy is life-giving.  Mercury is making something less severe or extreme.

When The Strength Card shows-up in a spread, the reader needs to pay close attention to it.  It can represent either a positive action towards the suppression of a thought or a feeling, or a blockage of an emotion or of an inner-truth.  Something is happening in the Querent’s inner-life at the level of their Higher Self.  This something requires self-control, so to not go on tilt.

Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings, says it is part of our human nature to go on tilt.  Going on tilt happens when we do not filter our thoughts, and simply go off the deep end without any self-restraint.  If we were to say and do whatever we felt like, when we felt like it, we would go into extremes.  People that go into extremes, suffer severe consequences for their words and actions.  Not only do they suffer for acting and talking from their base animal instincts, they make the people around them suffer because of it.

Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card - Evergreen Readings
Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings

Tarot Card Meaning Strength Card – Evergreen Readings, also considers the Strength Card from its positive aspect.  When positive, the Strength Card represents ‘mental fortitude’.  It requires a certain strength of mind to be able to meet danger or adversity head-on.  It takes backbone to bring our efforts and our skills into alignment with our will.  Life is hard, it often brings  stormy times when things get rock and roll.  The storms going through our life can blow us off our course.  Suppressing our dark side can help to keep us on course.

Tarot Magick:

Place the Strength Card on your altar.  Meditate on what you want.  Ask yourself if what you want will take you off the positive course of your life.  Ask yourself, whom you know who can advise you in your responsibilities.

Tarot Affirmation:

Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation:  “I make the difference between doing right and doing wrong”.

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Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks

Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks
Thank you Yoav Ben Dov, TDM, for graciously letting me use this Chariot Card

 

Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks is about discovering your potential for greatness.  When you reach the limits of your humanity, you need to keep going forward anyways.  If you let your fears block your path, you will stop growing emotionally and spiritually.  The Laws of Nature dictate, that what stops growing, eventually decays.

Good news is Mother Nature is kind and generous towards us human beings.  She gave us will power to get back up after being knocked down.  She also gave us the ability to learn new ways of doing things.  In addition, we have qualities we can use to our advantage during challenging times.

It may be that it is not easy to do something we want to do.  Sometimes we just have to try harder.  James Ricklef, the author of the book “Tarot Affirmations”, say that “the strength of your will lets exceed your grasp, and push yourself to do the best you possibly can”.  Sometimes, it is “a struggle to attain mastery over the circumstances around you”.

Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks represents taking action in the world.  We often hear the old saying that goes like this:  no man is an island.  Taken in this context, “man” means humanity as a whole.  We live-out our lives within the context of society.  We were born of two parents that brought us home, and raised us within the family they formed together.  They introduced us to their own families who welcomed us amongst them.  Our parents presented us to their religious assemblies, who welcomed us amongst them too.  Eventually, our mother sent us off to school each day, to prove-out what she had taught us at our parent’s house.  Some years later, we attended a high school and then a college where we learned new ways of thinking and understanding.  When we entered the work force, we continued to test-out our concepts of the world in which we live in.

By testing-out our own concepts of the world, we are using our own momentum.  We are then in constant movement and transformation.  That is what The Chariot Card in Tarot says to us.

Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks
Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks

Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks says that, the energy of the Page in the Tarot is transformed into the energy of the Charioteer.  Our Page is no longer restrained by the doubts governing his own truth.  Now he has the energy to transform himself both emotionally and spiritually.  Now, he has the self-assurance to “take all forms of action that he wants to take.

Our Charioteer’s actions are in the domain of love, achievement, and creative energies.  In other words, our Page (now The Charioteer) is discovering his own ‘potential for greatness’.  By going out and making it so, the Charioteer is making manifest his will in his environment.  He no longer denies who he really is.  He is aware of who he really is.  Alejandro Jodorowsky, in his book “The Way of the Tarot, the Spiritual Teacher”, describes the energy of the Charioteer as a “union between spirit and matter.

Tarot Magick:

Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks
Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks

Tarot Card Meaning – Chariot – Transforming Blocks can be magical.  You can make manifest this magick in the emotional, in the spiritual, and in the physical; or even in all three of those domains at the same time.  Chic Cicero and Sandra Tabatha Cicero, authors of the book ‘Golden Dawn Ritual Tarot’, explain further The Charioteer’s transformation.  They wrote, “this card is one of constant movement and shape-shifting because your success is sometimes not stable and enduring’.

Even though the chariot appears to stay in one place, seemingly not moving at all, it is on the ground ‘in the earth’.  The earth itself is rotating, bringing the chariot, the two animals, and the Charioteer along with it.  Therefore, one can safely say, The Chariot Card in the Tarot depicts constant movement…

As far as shape shifting is concerned, the Charioteer’s will is controlling the animals, and willing them to advance in the emotional, and in the spiritual.  It would take strength and focus to do that.  The Charioteer’s will power is stronger than one would assume at first glance.

Tarot Affirmation:

Place this card on your altar.  Meditate on what you struggle to carry out in your life.  Ask yourself, how do you put into action your moving towards your success?  Whom do you know who can advise and guide you in the right direction?  Repeat this affirmation:

“I have the strength to overcome my struggles”.

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Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies
Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies

 

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies is about the best lover ever.  If both lovers could speak, we would most likely hear them say to each other:  “For you, I strive to be the best lover ever – because that is what you need from me…  I will be, do, and say sweet little lies if you need me to.  This, even if we both get confused about the truth to our relationship”.

The Lovers Tarot Card represents the Core Force – lover.  A lover is one that works hard at demonstrating his lust or love – for his long-term sexual partner.  He/she is committed in investing himself to satisfying the desires of his partner.

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies
Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies explains that when the Lover Card appears in a reading, it is a dark card in the Magic Arcana.  The male lover looks downwards, while at the same time, the female lover looks upwards.  We get a sense from looking at this card, that their emotions and their thinking are  not yet both on the same page.  There is still no emotion; there is still no spiritual bounding relationship between the two.  It is a relationship that is not yet made accountable before others.  They still have to come out from under the sheets to breath.  Each, still needs to make the key decision about their relationship with each other.

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies explains the Lovers decision they have to make.  It is a decision about their future together.  Making such a decision is the key action they still need to make.  The woman may want to ask herself, if her love for him is virtuous (spiritual).  The man may want to ask himself, if his love for here is just a physical one (a vice).  When the Lover card is pulled in a reading, it can very well be an indication that the woman has another man lurking around.  When a woman is in love, she glows.  When she glows, other men suddenly become attracted to her.  She can be tempted to be with another man, especially when her lover neglects her.

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies is mainly about correctly interpreting the Lover Card.  This often necessitates Intuition.  Just interpreting this card from an intellectual perspective, can cause the Reader to miss all the subtle nuances in the Lover relationship.  The writing on this card is not as black and white as one would think .

The lover might be someone who makes girls fall in love with him, only to ditch them once he is done with them.  Many married persons will enter into extra marital affairs because it is a forbidden fruit.  The Reader may want to ask if the lovers meet in secret.  Will their kind of lovemaking hurt themselves just as much as others?  Is their form of lovemaking functional and healthy?  Just because one is in love, it does not necessarily go to say that one’s lover is ‘a Twin Flames, a Soul Mate?

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies
Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies declares that if there is one thing for sure about this card, it is that the Lovers both experience lust for each other.  They are not married with each other.  However, if it just so happens that they are, they are very lucky; it is rare in a Reading that one Lover is married to her lover.

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies thinks that whether they have a future together or not, it is difficult to blame them for wanting to be together.  For to know such a charnel love, is the object of our most secret of fantasies.  One cannot fail but admire the freedom they share, so to quench their passionate desires for one another!  Even the angel above them seems opened minded, and acknowledges the Divine in their charnel union composed nearly entirely of lust.  One cannot help but think, the angel above them is there to help them bound to one another, so they can get married some time soon.

Come what may, and in the meantime, the lovers relationship at this stage, is a no ties attached type of relationship.  Since we live at a time in which the number of divorced couples is growing, the promise of “till death do us part” is becoming a rarity.  In so far as marriage is concerned, there is no real hope for the Lovers to marry until it has the correct card right next to it, and in the proper position.  Until that specific card shows up alongside the Lover Card, it is safe to assume that the Lover represents a “romantic attachment” between the Lovers.

The question then begs to be asked.  What does the Lover give to her?  He gives her his commitment to be the best lover she has ever known before and after, no matter when he is married to someone else, or to her.  What is wonderful about the male Lover is that he takes the time to build a long-term “lovers” relationship…  For exactly how long will this relationship last?  That would depend entirely on the other cards pulled during the reading.

 

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies
Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies

 

What kind of commitment is it then?  Such a commitment is at the level of charnel lovemaking.  It is the type of relationship most women would die to be in, if she was not looking for a spiritual bound.  In other words, it is the promise man makes to her – to take it to the greatest, pleasurable heights a man can possibly take it to – without a wedding ring, or a marriage certificate.

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies is a great card to do Sex magic.  It is ‘the’ card to use so to magically achieve the type of sexual ecstasy that causes one’s pelvic chakras – to manifest the movement of the spine that moves as if a snake at the moment of sexual climax.  When this occurs, at the same time you project your magical energy onto the object.  In this way, you do your magic workings sexual spell.  By releasing such an energy into the environment, you make manifest your will.  Having such a Lover that will do his best to fulfil your every wish, is to die for in sexual magic!  I say this only as a figure of speech of course…

Tarot Card Meaning – Lover Card – Sweet Little Lies says place the Lover Card on your altar.  Meditate on your relationship with your Lover.  You may want to ask yourself honestly, is your relationship with your lover vice or virtue?  Ask yourself if you are now ready to love again?  Ask yourself if you are now ready to be healed?  Ask yourself, who do you know that could give you good counsel on the matters of the heart?

Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation:  “I am ready to love and to be loved back”.

Are you in a Lovers Relationship?  Do you want to know if he/she is in love with you or not?  Do you want to know the truth about your relationship?  If you would like for me to read for you, please click on my Website, or on my Facebook page to get an Email Lovers Reading with me.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations
Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations

 

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations is about the Pope like man or Guru.  In Tarot, he is the archetypical personage of a spiritual teacher.  He teaches a ‘spiritual ideal’ that he, nor any other human can ever actually meet.

Historically, the Hierophant has always had two main disciples who serve him.  One who is responsible for ministering to the Divine Creations here in the Earthly realm.  The other is responsible for the mundane, material welfare of the Church here on Earth.  Both disciples are his trusted loyal assistants.

The Hierophant Card in Tarot depicts a Pontiff like figure who is the intermediary between man and the Divine.  He stands for the ideal that human beings are ‘Divine Creations’, and that he is their link to the Spiritual world.  That without him, there would be no possible communication between the Heavens and Earth.  The Hierophant is always a ‘mediator’ between a God and man.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations says that in spite of the high idealism of the Hierophant’s teachings, somehow man just never is worthy enough before the god.  Perhaps this is due to the Hierophant’s withholding of valuable spiritual info.  Of course, he always postpones the higher sacred knowledge for another time.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations
Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations

An Hierophant can be either a man or a woman.  Historically, there has been few women who were Hierophants.  It has always usually been a man.  This man has always been a married man with many children.  His children assured the stability of the Kingdom of Earth, and the continuance of the Hierophant’s teachings.  However, up until a relatively recent history, The Hierophant of the Roman Catholic Church must now stay a bachelor.  The common of the mortals no longer wants to live under tyranny.

Hierophants have a dual nature.  On one hand, the Hierophant is beloved by many, when his positive side shines brightly.  On the other hand, the very same many people despise him – when his darker side becomes clear.  Historically, a Hierophant is reputed to be a fraud.  He claims to have an higher moral standard and belief, which is above everyone else on this Earth.  However, his own behavior does not conform to it.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations suggests that it may be that the Hierophant archetype might appear at the micro level of society.  A common man might show the attributes of the Hierophant; it will very rarely be a women.  A male member of any given family might manifest Hierophant like qualities.  When this happens, the above would then also apply to him.

In a Tarot Reading, The Hierophant card does not have to be turned upside down for it to be negative.  The Hierophant card upright is automatically either a negative or a positive energy.  In Esoteric terms, the Hierophant is The Power of the Keys of the Doctrine.  In the Golden Dawn school of thought, he is the Magus of the Eternal Gods.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations, speaks to those Readers who read the cards solely from the intellectual perspective.  To interpret this card in its positive aspect, the Hierophant teaches goodness.  A type of goodness that is rarely ever observed in a human being.  In its negative aspect, he is too weak to live by his own morals and principles.  Because of the duality in the energy of the Hierophant, one needs to “read this card with intuition, not by the knowledge of the Cards”.  The masters agree to say the energy of “The Hierophant Card has to be felt (not intellectualized), and perceived”.

Tarot Card Meaning Hierophant Teaching Divine Creations, speaks of Tarot Magic and of Tarot Affirmation.  In Tarot magic, the Hierophant Card is for manifesting with the “Power of creating with the Tongue”.  The Hierophant is known for manifesting with the spoken word.  Place the Hierophant Card on your altar.  Meditate on what you want to create.  You may want to ask yourself if the words you want to say are well ready enough.  You may also want to ask yourself, whom do you know who can give you good advice and be of wise counsel to you in this matter?

Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation:  “I create when I speak”.

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Tarot Card Meaning Emperor

Tarot Card Meaning Emperor, means ‘wisdom’.  It is about being aware of the chaos around us.  In Tarot, The Emperor archetype represents a person who is on the Path of Awareness.

 

Tarot Card Meaning Emperor
Tarot Card Meaning Emperor

 

Tarot Card Meaning Emperor

Tarot Card Meaning Emperor speaks of someone who is an anchor in our life.  Historically, people who are Emperors are intelligent married men.  They speak as a reasonable thinking man would.  They live to bring security to themselves and to those they love.  Just do not contradict them though…

Tarot Wisdom Card

Tarot Wisdom Card is the Emperor Card.  The Emperor Card is about a man who has reached this level of maturity; a level of maturity in which a man is said to have reached the age of wisdom – in terms of the Human Developmental Stages.  This Card depicts a man who understands the world around him.  He is good at reading people.  He understands the benefits of having power.

 

Tarot Card Meaning – Emperor Card – Wisdom
Tarot Card Meaning – Emperor Card – Wisdom

The Emperor rules over his domain

The Emperor rules over his domain.  At home, he rules over his wife and family.  From his perspective, they are not his equals.  But from his wife’s perspective, he is her consort.  For she is the Empress.  To learn more about the Empress Card, click on Empress.

Instead of equality, he offers his wife and children – an exchange for their undying loyalty and obedience.  In turn for those, he will agree to love, cherish, protect, and provide for them.  The Emperor is the type of husband that offers a sense of permanence and durability to a marriage.  He holds on dearly…

Passing the means test

Passing the means test of the Emperor his actually quite easy for someone who is loyal and obedient to him.  This husband archetype tests other people’s limits. He does this in hopes of keeping good order in his life.

It is good to know that he is not beyond using cunningest.  He will think of many ways to stabilize his work environment, his home, and his family.  Once he makes sense of the chaos around him, he will turn it to his advantage, and fast.

The Emperor Card Magick

The Emperor Card Magick is quite simple enough.  For Tarot magic, place the Emperor card on your altar.  Meditate on your lasting power in your marriage, and in all other domains of your life.  You may want to ask yourself, whom do you know that has endured in your life?  Who do you know that could give you good advice on maintaining stability in your life?

Repeat the following affirmation:  “I make sense of the chaos in my life”.

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Tarot Card Meaning Empress

Tarot Card Meaning Empress, means ‘Cultivation’.  Cultivation is about The Empress Tarot Card.  The Empress, in the Tarot, is a woman of power who harvests what she has sowed.  She stores her abundant thought energy, to share it with the children.

 

Tarot Card Meaning Empress
Tarot Card Meaning Empress
Cultivation

 

Tarot Card Meaning Empress

Tarot Card Meaning Empress, Cultivation.  When I look at the Empress in this Empress Card of the Wizard’s Tarot Deck, I am reminded of my adoption mother.  Mom took in children who were not her own.  Often abandoned or neglected, we ended up at her house.  Mom took us in, at all cost to herself and to her husband.

We kids had nothing when we all went to live at Mom’s house.  We did not have a dime to our names.  All we had was the clothes on our backs.  However, not for long.

Mom always managed to find us new kids some clothes.  She found each one of us a bed to sleep in.  And Dad made sure that we each even had our very own Orange Sunshine Cup!

Somehow, there was always a place for everyone of us at Mom’s kitchen table.  Somehow, come first day of school, we all had school clothes, shoes, books, and crayons to write with…  I really do not know how Mom managed to do all that for us, because Mom was a stay at home mom.   Dad worked three jobs of course, so to provide for us all.  Both Mom and Dad were always exhausted come bedtime.

Mom nurtured us children, and showered us with her motherly love and affection.  She did not want us to be deprived of a  mother’s love; she loved us for our own mother’s sake.  She transformed the situation we had been in – into a life of abundance.

Mom passed away when she was seventy years old.  At her funeral, 500 people signed their names in the funeral home’s registry book.  The priest that said her funeral high mass, and all who had signed the registry book – all called my adoption mother “Mom”!  Those calling her Mom, included all the children she had taken in to her motherly heart, and their mother’s.  For their mother’s had been one of Mom’s kids too!  Even several of her good-children.

Tarot Card Meaning Empress – Cultivation, sends accolades to today’s Moms! Today’s Moms have to go to work just like everybody else.  They are nourishing and are creative in the workplace, in their communities, and at home too.  They literally have to do it all.

Just like Mom, the Empress Card in the Tarot also represents all mothers.  They have mental creativity, and an active intelligence.  They are great at brainstorming, and at turning lemons into lemonade.  Historically, mother’s and grandmothers alike – are always ready to push their limits.

From the metaphysical perspective is about The Mother archetype.  The Mother archetype nurtures and creates through an abundance of thoughts.  In Tarot, she is from the Column of Light.  She manifests life-giving thought energy.  These women have an open door policy.  Their doors are always open to those who enter there – to learn from them.

Place the Empress Card on your altar.  Meditate on your desire to nurture and to create abundantly.  Become aware of your creative thinking.  You may also want to ask yourself who do you know that is a powerhouse of thinking energy.  Whom can you learn from, so to brainstorm with creative ideas you could put into action?

Repeat the following Tarot Affirmation:

“I nurture what I imagine in my mind”.

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