29-Eight of Questing Reversed Mage Family Tarot Reading

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You may be feeling guilty about something when you receive The reversed Eight of Questing. Remember that there is nothing that can be changed about the past; the only good thing that guilt can create is a change in future behavior. Sometimes the best thing to do is to forgive yourself. But your conscience is there for a reason. Don’t ignore it.

Card Meanings: Unfinished Business, Lack Of Energy, Bad Timing, Impulsive, Courage, Slow Progress, Violence, Quarrels, Slowness, Hysterical, Lack Of Speed/ Movement/ Action/ Results, Restriction, Late Start, Losing Momentum, Panicked, Lack Of Romance, Missed Opportunities, Impatient, Negativity, Delayed/ Cancelled/ Returning From Travel Or Holidays

A lot of things may be up in the air for you when the Eight of Questing appears. You may be frustrated, tired of waiting. This card is an indicator to be patient a while longer. You may have already done all you can do, and decisions now must be made by other people.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: Strange, violent movements filled the small, two-room cottage where Esther lived with her extended family. Thunderous bangs erupted from under the bed. Sheets were ripped off her and tossed into a corner. A doctor who came to examine her watched a bolster move of its own accord. Along the wall he watched words a foot high being scratched into the plaster: ‘Esther Cox you are mine to kill!’

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Reversed Cards: The Queen of Wands loves to be the center of attention. She likes to be the one everyone else is watching. In doing so, she has a front-row seat to see how others perceive her. For when all eyes are on her, she has everyone’s undivided attention, and how she is presenting herself is being reflected back to her. When this card shows up in the mirror aspect, you are being asked to become more aware of how others perceive you. Fully engage with people who show interest in you and see just what it is about you that they themselves wish to reflect. Don’t make any judgments; just observe and record your findings. You will need them once this card turns back to its upright position.

Tarot Triumphs: The origins of the Tarot Trumps are known with certainty to date back to the fifteenth century; there are still some packs of cards in existence from that time, and there are also documented reports of other such sets being made, which have not survived. It seems that the Trumps were initially added to the four-suit playing card pack that was already in circulation. Playing cards are known to have existed in Europe since the fourteenth century and are thought to have originated in China in the ninth century; the old Silk Road trade routes may have played a part in the evolution and transmission of the playing cards, just as they did in transmitting myths, art, and religious ideas. The Silk Road was the way by which not only material goods were transported between East and West, but also cultural concepts.

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