15-The Devil Reversed Golden Family Tarot Reading

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When The Devil is reversed, its a hint to look deeper at a situation, and not necessarily to go with the surface appearance. Things may not be nearly as bad as they seem. Especially when reversed we are reminded to stay clear on the fact that life can turn on a dime, and sometimes those turns are very positive. You may be feeling as though you are out of control right now, even when this card appears in reverse. The first step is always to take some deep breaths and calm down. And then, it will be helpful to take action, take whatever steps you can to give yourself the feeling, however slight, of being in control. Even if that is merely making a choice on what you are going to have for dinner. Small steps are important, too. Do not look on this as a negative card, particularly when it comes up in reversal.

Card Meanings: Revelation, Enlightenment, Detachment, Recovery, Overcoming Addiction, Reclaiming Power, Freedom, Release, Divorce, Independence

The Devil is not as frightening a card to interpret as the depiction on most cards indicates. It is a card about bondage but often this bondage is metaphoric and internal. With this card ; you are called to look beyond superficial appearances and to go deeper into the truth and meaning of a situation. You also are asked to remember that ; when you’re feeling restrained you nearly always hold the keys to your own freedom. Don’t give up hope!

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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: Mediums in the early days were typically shunned by their friends and family. Most of the mediums were women and through spiritualism they were able to find freedom from many Victorian restraints, since entranced mediums were thought to be controlled by spirits and not responsible for their actions. This, along with the social equality encouraged by spirit teachings, attracted women involved in the suffragette movement to the spiritualist camp.

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Elements of the Psychic World: An evil spirit or demon and the supreme personification of evil. The word devil is derived from the Hebriac Satan via the Greek diabolos, but over the centuries the devil has collected a number of other names, including Beelzebub, Lucifer, Belial, Abaddon and Asmodius. In modern times the theologically conceived supreme embodiment of evil that the devil represents accommodates in one supernatural being all that is evil, ugly, perverse and unjust in the world.

Creative Tarot: I started to develop my own readings, built specifically to help me with my own process. And they helped—tremendously. So much so that I started to think I should start offering my own services as a reader. By this time, I had been studying the tarot for eight years. I felt confident that I did a good job at it. I felt like I had a unique perspective to provide.

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Elements of the Psychic World: Only a small proportion of witches practise their religion openly today, due to the dangers of misunderstanding and hostility from a public that still links witchcraft with the devil. Witchcraft is still confused with sorcery, Satanism and Voodoo and many witches advocate finding another name for their craft. Even though there are some differences between the two, Wicca, with its emphasis on the practice of white magic, remains the most popular alternative name for those who wish to practise witchcraft.