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Tarot Card for the week of 3-29-15

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. The Suit of Cups is also known as chalices or goblets. They correspond to hearts in a playing card deck and are associated with the Water element and the color red. The suit is associated with Cancer, Scorpio and Pisces. The Cups are symbolic of emotions (positive and negative), love, relationships, romance, happiness, intuition, psychic abilities and spiritual connections. With the Five of Cups as the tarot card for the week of 3-29-15, is this the week in which you might be dwelling on the past or harboring regret? It might be time to stop blaming yourself for what has taken place in the past. If you have suffered a physical or emotional loss, there may be hope in store for you so that you can move forward. Keep your eyes open for a message of inspiration, encouragement and motivation. The Five of Cups can be an omen of a breakup in a personal or business relationship. It may be time to look at the opportunities that are presented to you, instead of dwelling on the negative consequences. At the end of the week, you decide if the Five of Cups fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

UPRIGHT:
The Five of Cups, Minor Arcana, card indicates a deep sorrow, a brush with tragedy or loss. It is also a sign of dissatisfaction about what you do not have or what you could have done. You need to move on from the past. Do not beat yourself up over what has taken place in the past. Although it is hard to let go of bitter memories, you need to let go. Have you forgotten that every cloud has a silver lining? That which has been lost, whether monetarily or emotionally, needs the utmost forgiveness from you. Forgiveness will set you free. Also, you have to look for any positives that have come out of any losses. When a door closes, a window opens.
REVERSED:
This card can signify a reunion with someone you used to be emotionally involved with. There is the possibility of a renewed relationship. Tread carefully. Pain and hurt from broken relationships are coming to an end. You are at a stage in your life where you feel inspired and ready to start anew. It also signifies that the lessons from the past, no matter how painful they are, should be embraced in order for personal growth and your happiness. This will benefit you in the future when encountering any tough or painful situations. Ultimately, the card speaks to being hopeful.

 

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Tarot Card for the Week of 3-22-15

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. With the Six of Swords as the tarot card for the week of 3-22-15, this is the week to take a good look at your life and relationships and decide if it is time to move on. This may be the week you will start to become more calm as you recover from a period of great anxiety and tension. You are now headed for peace and harmony. The card can also signify a change of job, career or a possible journey, perhaps over water. This is a week of making choices and finding balance and order, thus moving away from your recent feelings of turmoil and upheaval. You will begin to gain back confidence and be able to muster the courage to leave or change a current troublesome situation. However, you also may find that you are having a hard time coping this week. The Six of Swords tells you to address your problems and solve them, otherwise they will resurface again and again, surrounding you in negativity. At the end of the week, you decide if the Six of Swords fell in the upright or reversed position for you.

 

 

UPRIGHT:
The Six of Swords card, Minor Arcana, signifies motion and moving on. Healing needs to begin. A solution to a problem is on the horizon. Indications are those of moving forward. There is a balance between your logical thinking and your intuition. You will have to make some hard choices. The current circumstances that were keeping you down are soon to be over. The desire for calmness and for things to go smoothly can only happen if you adjust your thinking. Keep an open mind to many options — but one will be your answer. Travel plans may be in the near future.
REVERSED:
There is stagnation and an inability to move forward. You may be experiencing some challenges moving ahead. Your emotions are mixed up. You have feelings of being stuck in old business and love relationships. Struggles may still be hanging over your head and more roadblocks appear. You may not see a way out of your current situation; however, stay the course and you will be set free. You may find it difficult to negotiate with uncooperative individuals.

 

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Tarot Card for the Week of 3-15-15

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. With the Queen of Wands as the tarot card for the week of 3-15-15, this might be the week to ask a woman in your life for guidance and advice with your relationships or career path. She has inner wisdom that she is willing to share in order to help you in those matters. On the other hand, she can also at times be rigid and domineering. If you find those negative aspects of her personality are adversely affecting you, be cautious and do not let her control your every move. Be careful of what you tell her as it could come back to haunt you. The Queen of Wands represents intuition, generosity, respect, kindness and love for family; however, she can also represent being set in one’s ways, needing control over others and impatience with others who are allow themselves to be vulnerable.
UPRIGHT:
The Queen of Wands card, Minor Arcana, represents generosity, fairness and the positive use of power. This card signifies that your natural creative approach is nourishing others and that you are steering many people along your vision for their benefit. Like a true queen, you demand an audience and are the center of attention. Your visions and ideas are well taken. Your sense of humor is invaluable. A child could be in your future.
REVERSED:
You are showing stubbornness and arrogance. Your overspending causes negative results. Jealousy will stop you from attaining your goals. You find no room for error. You have a tendency to be nasty, can be overambitious and overbearing. You like to create opposition and devisiveness. Jealousy, resentment and pushiness may surround a relationship.

 

 

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Friday the 13th, 2015

Friday the 13th is almost here! Did you know that in 2015, there are three Friday the 13ths?

The following information is taken from the Psychic Library Superstition Room.

There is a term for a fear of the number 13 — triskaidekaphobia, of Greek origin. The term for a fear of Friday the 13th is paraskevidekatriaphobia.

Across many cultures, the belief that the number 13 is evil and brings bad luck is so strong that many hotels, office and apartment buildings do not have or recognize a 13th floor, airports usually do not have a 13th gate and many people stay home on Friday the 13th.

The Chinese and ancient Egyptians believed the number 13 brings good fortune. The Egyptians believed in 12 stages in life toward spiritual enlightenment. The 13th stage was the eternal afterlife. In this sense, death was not a place of fear, but a place of high regard for the afterlife.

One theory about why this negative belief about the number 13 exists is that Judas, who betrayed Jesus, was the 13th person to be seated at the Last Supper.

In 1881, a group of New Yorkers set out to debunk this and all other superstitions and formed a group called the Thirteen Club. Its first meeting took place on Friday the 13th at 8:13 pm and 13 people sat down to dinner in room number 13. To get into the room each guest walked under a ladder and sat down around piles of spilled salt. Needless to say, all of the guests survived. For the next 40 years, Thirteen Clubs cropped all over the U.S., but then faded from popularity.

It is believed that because some people do not fly, invest or even leave the house on Friday the 13th, there is a notable loss in business transactions.

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Tarot Card for the Week of 3-8-15

The tarot cards hold special meanings, warnings, characteristics and actions that may need to be taken in order to change your course in life. Keep in mind that some aspects are changeable and some are not. It is all up to you. With the Magician as the tarot card for the week of 3-8-15, this could be the week that your innate capabilities will be noticed and that a new career direction or opportunity is on the horizon. You may receive assistance from someone who is able to help you make necessary choices. Now is the time to reflect on the obstacles that you believe may have been holding you back and realize that you can conquer anything. Tapping into your intuition will infuse you with much needed energy and rejuvenation. Watch out for manipulative individuals who might be trying to exploit you or blame you for something. Also be mindful of your own abuse of power — it could point others in the wrong direction or cloud their decision making. This is definitely the week to check your attitude, have faith in yourself and make sure that you are applying all the necessary skills you need. Otherwise, you might be setting yourself up for failure.

 

MAJOR ARCANA NUMBER 1

ASTROLOGICAL SIGN or PLANET: ARIES, MERCURY

UPRIGHT:
The Magician card represents success, achievement and manifesting. It is a good omen. He is able to communicate the powers and gifts the universe has to offer. This is a sign to tap into your intuition. The Magician is self-aware and not afraid to act. His great strength gives him the freedom to make choices. He makes things happen and is in control as if by magic. This indicates somebody with great skills, be it yourself or perhaps another individual. This is also a sign that you need to take control of your life. Don’t tolerate those who might have abused you in the past. Dilemmas arise with choice — should he act morally or forsake ethics for personal gain? Depending on the chosen path, he might represent great strife going forward.
REVERSED:
In the reversed position, the Magician card can signify weakness, insecurity and a lack of imagination and creativity. You may be becoming manipulative at the expense of others. This is a time to look at your own attitude and motivations. Have you been manipulative? Are you applying yourself to the best of your abilities?

 

 

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