Your Chosen Card – Seven of Patens Reversed Salem Deck
When reversed, the Seven of Pentacles suggests that you are feeling apprehension about financial security. Perhaps you are worried that there will not be a sufficient return on your investment of time, resources, or money. The problem is that investments typically take time to mature and cannot be rushed. Impatience can result in wasted resources, failed projects, or missed opportunities. You need to assess your situation realistically and follow principles of sound fiscal management if you wish to succeed. If youre not sure about what to do, get advice from an expert consultant. Daydreaming or focusing on irrelevant matters will not help you to reassess the situation that is causing anxiety. The planet Saturn associated with this card implies that you need to keep your nose to the grindstone. You will get as much from your project as you put into it; no pain, no gain.
Keywords Reversed: Worries about money, impatience, apprehension, excessive caution, feelings of insecurity, fear of failure, loss, limited success, lack of recompense, much work for little return, wasted resources, missed opportunities, a bad investment, unprofitable speculation, not focusing on the task at hand, poor planning for retirement.
Timing: 20 Taurus30 Taurus. Tropical, 11 May20 May. Sidereal, 4 June14 June.
Astrology: The stern taskmaster Saturn in the third decan of earthy Taurus, realm of the Knight of Swords and the Hierophant (Taurus). Saturn is linked to the World.
Number Symbolism: 7 – assessment, reevaluation, standing at a threshold, seeking advantage.
Etteilla: Money, riches, wealth, silverware, purification, whiteness, purity, naïveté, candor, innocence, the Moon; (R) anxiety, disquiet, impatience, worry, apprehension, fear, affliction, concern, care, attention, diligence, chagrin, mistrust, suspicion.
When Seven of Patens is reversed you can pretty much take it that life is going well but that’s when life takes us by surprise. If Seven of Patens is unclear it may help to choose a card from the Major Arcana to provide more insight into what it is Seven of Patens 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 Seven of Patens using cards from the Salem 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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Angel Encyclopedia: Mercury and the Egyptian god Thoth. (See PSYCHOPOMPOI.) Michael weighs the souls for righteousness. He is associated with benevolent aspects of the Angel of Death and has the ability to shapeshift when he comes to take a soul away (as in the case of Abraham). In lore, Michael is the angel designated to appear to MARY to announce her death. Michael also guards the gates of purgatory and has pity on the souls therein. Legends tells of prayers made to Michael for souls in purgatory; he appears and takes them into heaven.
Complete Book of Tarot: A need to return to the lesson of the previous card in the sequence (an idea of Paul Fenton-Smith).
Complete Book of Tarot: Reversed Card: This section describes a possible interpretation of the inverted card. Reversed card meanings should not be taken literally, as each card has a core meaning that remains valid regardless of its upright or reversed orientation. Some readers prefer to use only upright cards.
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Tarot Triumphs: Then, bearing the question in mind, study the cards and see what the combination of the three brings to your mind. Speak when you’re ready. This is where you really take the plunge! Remember that it’s the connection between you, the querent, and the cards that generates the reading. Use your knowledge of Tarot as a foundation; try to put preexisting judgments about the person out of your mind, and allow the story to surface. Note that we haven’t set up any time parameters, so you are looking at the triad of cards as an entity, rather than seeing them as past, present, or future. (We will come to that shortly, both later in this chapter and in chapter six.) It’s fine to ask a question or two if you need to. For instance, if the Chariot turns up, you might want to find out if the person has any travel plans in mind, since not every appearance of the Chariot will indicate travel, even though it can be one strong association with that card.