07-The Chariot – Reversed Mage Deck

Your Chosen Card – The Warlock Reversed Mage Deck

When reversed, the Chariot warns that you may be allowing yourself to wander aimlessly rather than assuming control of the direction of your life. You may be feeling vulnerable and at the mercy of outside forces. Your many ambitions and your desire for various pleasures may be pulling you away from your preferred path. Pay attention to establishing clear boundaries and knowing your own limits. Don’t let go of the reins of your personal chariot. Now is a time to focus on what you value most and to organize your life course so that you can arrive at your most cherished destination. If the Chariot refers to a vehicle or a literal journey, your trip may be delayed or run into difficulties.

Keywords Reversed: Lack of direction, loss of control, frustrating obstacles, aimless wandering, spinning one’s wheels, letting go of the reins, poor boundaries, unawareness of one’s limits, absence of a protective shell, inability to stay on course, being pulled in many directions.

Key VII: The Chariot
Myths/Archetypes: Hecate. Auriga virtutem. Cancer, the sign of the crab. Plato’s chariot as an analogy for the three-part human soul (reason, will, appetite). The NASCAR driver.
Dates of Cancer: 21 June–22 July (tropical); 16 July–17 August (sidereal)
Astrology: Cancer, the Crab (a Water sign ruled by the Moon). In the Waite-Smith tarot, a flowing river separates the canopied chariot from the walled city behind.
Numerology: 7 (Chariot) = 1 + 6 (The Tower)

7. The Chariot: Reason Tames Appetite And Will

When The Warlock is reversed you can pretty much take it that life is going well but that’s when life takes us by surprise.  If The Warlock is unclear it may help to choose a card from the Major Arcana to provide more insight into what it is The Warlock is trying to tell you.  If you had a particular issue in  mind, or want to seek clarification on something else, you can also choose again to get more guidance.

This chosen card is part of your reversed card reading for The Warlock using cards from the Mage Tarot Deck. You will find many more tarot pages that will be of great help if you need tarot card meanings. Use the search at the bottom of the page. We have some amazing tarot books for you to browse. Please see below.

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Complete Book of Tarot
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Complete Book of Tarot: Whatever, in the course of my practice, I may see or hear (even when not invited) and whatever I may happen to obtain knowledge of, if it be not proper to repeat, I will keep it sacred and secret within my own breast.

Tarot Books

Complete Book of Tarot: Card 4, the recent past position, was the Chariot, a major arcana card that might indicate that a significant journey or important ambition has been on his mind in the recent past.

Elements of the Psychic World: During the later part of the 1970s Nancy Ann Tappe, a psychic and lecturer at the University of San Diego, noticed a change taking place in the colour of children’s auras. Nancy believed that her ability to see auras was due to the fact that she had been diagnosed with synesthesia, a condition where two neurological systems become crossed so that the senses get reversed. As part of her research and study Nancy published a book in 1982 called Understanding Your Life Through Color, and in this book she first mentioned the term indigo. A few years later, Lee Carol, a channeller for an entity he calls Kryon, and his wife, Jan Tober, presented Tappe’s research on varying colours of the aura in

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Angel Encyclopedia: The dramatic nature of such visions may have been necessary to gain the attention of people; the angelophanies—and theophanies, or experiences of God—certified the prophets as official agents of the Lord. Such visions also were central to MERKABAH mysticism in which one rode to the heavens via prayer and meditation to attain access to the ‘thronechariot’ of God.