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Romance, Love Or Relationships:
If you’re already in a relationship, this can be a make-or-break period. This is a time to get very, very clear about what you want out of life and out of your relationships, and then take steps to make it come about. If you are seeking love a new relationship may come about in the near future, but you may need to take steps to make sure that you aren’t leaping to conclusions (positive or negative) about your new love and/or vice versa. Slow and steady wins the race.
Card Meanings: Snap Judgments, Rejuvenation, Awakening, Self-Evaluation, Decisiveness, Composure, Apportioning Blame, Rebirth, Homesickness, Judgment, Atonement, Judgment, Improvement, Promotion, Renewal
Judgment can be a card about jumping to conclusions, decisions and of course, judgments, which are too hastily made. If you are prone to such things, this is a clear signal to slow down and give things more thought and to give people ‘more chances.’ This can also be a time of fundamental spiritual awakening.
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Complete Book of Tarot: Knights correspond to the element Fire, which suggests action, enterprise, movement, novelty, and excitement coming into your life. When upright, the Knight of Wands advises you to get ready for an exciting ride as he adds spice to your life. Change is in the air. This knight loves to travel. He readily picks up roots to move to a new location, so a change of job or residence is possible. The Wand Knight is full of surprises, and you can expect the unexpected. Hollywood actor James Dean might be considered a prototype for this very fiery knight.
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Complete Book of Tarot: Crowley/GD: Queen of the Thrones of the Waters. Dreamy, receptive, tranquil, reflective, imaginative, kind, poetic, unruffled, coquettish, prone to fantasy. The traits displayed depend on the dignity of the card.
Portable Magic: can put their two significator tarot cards together in readiness, but you should place them on the altar individually, one atop the other, before placing your own significator. Generally speaking, the last card placed in a ritual layout will be the significator on the triangle, representing the person at whom the ritual is directed; or, if there is no significator used on the triangle, the last card will be the uppermost realizer.
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Tarot Triumphs: So in this interpretation of the Hanged Man, we see a figure who chooses to be upside-down and has trained himself to do so. Children love to look at the world the other way up; as a little girl, I used to hang head down off my bed, getting a vivid new perspective of the lino and the fluff balls lying beneath. I’ve also seen kittens playing similar games. In this light, the main meaning of the card becomes that of skill and balance, and it indicates a willingness to let the usual viewpoint fall away and enter the world of topsy-turvy. The Hanged Man frees himself from conventions. He is alsobut not historically, perhaps, in terms of Tarotthe shaman on a vision quest, relinquishing normality to receive gifts of prophecy and healing. This is similar to the description of the ordeal that the Norse god Odin underwent, hanging upside-down from the sacred world tree for nine days and nights, sacrificing himself in order to acquire divine knowledge. Ideas of acrobat and shaman do combine well here, for both are entrusting themselves to a reversal. The acrobat must trust his training and the strength of the rope. The shaman goes willingly into the unknown, ready to be shaped by what he encounters there.