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In general, The reversed Six of Wands is about victory. However, you may need to be cautious about in whom you place your trust. There may be one person who on the surface looks like a supporter but who may actually be jealous or negative in some way. Trust your instincts about people and don’t hesitate to stand up for yourself if necessary.
Card Meanings: Broken Promises, Pride In Riches, Failure, Fame Hungry, Egotistical, Being Hunted, Postponement, Pride Before A Fall, Treachery, Disgrace, Losing, Ill-Will, Disadvantage, Lack Of Achievement/Recognition/ Support/ Confidence/ Endurance, Diva, Disloyalty, Mob/ Pack Mentality, Bad News, Weakness, Arrogant, Being A Follower, Disappointment
The Six of Wands is a very positive omen. It can indicate that despite the challenges you are facing, you will overcome them and come out on top. This card also points toward literal or metaphorical movement; things are changing, in a positive way.
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Elements of the Psychic World: Nathaniel Hawthorne was born and raised in Salem, Massachussetts, and was directly descended from John Hathorne, who had been one of the judges presiding over the infamous Salem Witch Trials. He added a w to his name to disassociate himself from his familys dark past. The House of the Seven Gables is loosely based upon the legend of a curse placed on Hawthornes family by a woman who was executed for witchcraft during the Salem trials and is often recommended as a classic American ghost story.
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Reversed Cards: Stress fractures, tears, and holes can result anywhere energy is trapped, which makes the cards around the reversal that much more important. These surrounding cards could be warning you of an impending explosion, especially if the Tower is present in the reading. They could also be showing you exactly where the damage occurred and how all of this got so messy in the first place. Knowing there is a blockage is one thing. Knowing the damage it can and does cause is another. A blocked card gives you a way to assess damage control either before or after the event.
Reversed Cards: When we walk into the world, we have to start from the beginning. We have to learn skills, social structures, rules, ideas and ways of being. Even movement needs to be learned. We wriggle, sit up, crawl, bend, and finally walk. Once we find our legs, the world needs to be relearned all over again. Learning to navigate the world once we find our legs is where the pages of the tarot come in. They are the beginning of the independent self, the self that has movement and the self that craves freedom. The pages show us what the first hooks of desire look like and how they can and do trap us. The pages teach us that freedom, independence, and identity come at a price and are not always easily maintained or given. The pages remind us that all of us, every single one of us, has to start somewhere. Even if we are upside down.
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Tarot for Beginners: This was the first full Tarot deck designed exclusively for divination, and is widely credited with popularizing the Tarot, which had once been more or less exclusively studied in secret by occult societies. It has been known as the Rider-Waite deck, crediting the original publishers, William Rider & Son, but has more recently, and accurately, been called the Waite-Smith deck, in order to give due credit to the artist responsible for the images on the cards.