55-Six of Swords Upright Thoth Health Tarot Reading

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Well-Being, Physical Health Or Mental Health:

If you are dealing with a health problem, your usual health care practitioner may not be the best one to help you. If you can do so, look into clinics and treatment outside your local area. Barring a serious health problem, this card can show that what you truly need most of all is a vacation or a change of scenery. Find a way to give this to yourself, even if the only way you can do it is just by talking to people you’ve never talked to before.

Card Meanings: Progress, Healing, Calmer Waters, Sorrow, Travel Overseas, Lethargy, Relief, Moving Forward, Spirit Guides, Moving On, Overcoming Hardship, Feeling Deflated, Harmony, Escaping, Calm After A Storm, Journey, Things Calming Down, Journeys, Running Away, Stability, Going On Holiday, Travelling, Holding Onto Negativity

When the Six of Swords appears, this is a great time for travel of any sort. It also can indicate metaphorical movement, a change in where you are inwardly. Usually this is a change for the better, whether the context is internal or external. Think about where you want to be.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: Also known as the ‘all seeing eye’, the stylized eye of the falcon-headed sky god, Horus, was one of the most common amulets of ancient Egypt. Egyptians used the amulet as protection from evil and it was typically associated with health and prosperity. However, according to some myths it was also associated with terror and anger and as result has since become associated with magic and the occult. A variation of the eye of Horus is the open eye symbol in the Great Seal of the United States. According to esoteric teaching an open eye symbolizes the flowering of intellect and psychic awareness.

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Portable Magic: The Six of Swords, linked with Mercury in the second decanate of Aquarius, receives as its modifier the planetary trump the Magician, which corresponds with Mercury. This is placed in either of the zodiac signs ruled by Mercury, which are Gemini and Virgo.

Complete Book of Tarot: In Llewellyn’s Classic Tarot, a hand emerges from a cloud on the left-hand side of the card; the hand holds a sword upright against the light blue sky. The palm of the hand faces the viewer. Peaked mountains in the background symbolize important goals and ideas that need to be honored. The blade of the sword thrusts upright through a four-pointed golden crown, from which dangle olive and laurel branches. Each point of the golden crown is inlaid with a distinct gem representing one of the four elements: Earth, Water, Air and Fire. The olive branch is a symbol of peace; the laurel, a symbol of triumph and recognition.

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Complete Book of Tarot: When reversed, the Seven of Cups suggests that you are in the process of resolving the confusion of the upright card and choosing realistically from among many possibilities. The period of daydreaming is over. Now is the time to plan your course of action with determination and take into account what you genuinely want to achieve. An opportunity may arise allowing you to deal with problems related to the misuse of drugs or alcohol.