15-The Devil Upright Mage Family Tarot Reading

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It’s important for you to remember that no matter what your situation, that you always have options to choose from. First things first, don’t let other people tell you that your options are limited. If you come to that conclusion, be sure that you are coming to it on your own. Regardless, it will be crucial to remember that you can free yourself from whatever restrictions are holding you back, at any time you choose to do so. You may have the feeling now that you are not in control of your life; sometimes this happens as a result of your own actions, but more often as a byproduct of inaction. ;So, 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.

Card Meanings: Hopelessness, Abuse, Cheating, Ill Temper, Ravage, Dependency, Powerlessness, Obsession, Disaster, Violence, Controversy, Depression, Downfall, Unexpected Failure, Addiction, Secrecy, Mental Health Issues, Bondage, Materialism, Sexuality

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: After John’s death the house was rented to a family for a year, but they left after a few weeks complaining of being terrorized by poltergeist activity, such as thumps and bumps, strange noises, apparitions and unseen hands moving objects.

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Elements of the Psychic World: A fascinating and curious case that was the inspiration behind the 1971 best-selling book by William Peter Blatty The Exorcist. In the book, later made into a film, a young girl is possessed by the devil and subject to exorcism by a Roman Catholic priest, but in the original 1949 case that inspired the book, the subject was a 13-year-old boy.

Tarot Triumphs: 62 I can’t help thinking that if we could find a similar contemporary representation of two little half-naked boys standing in front of a wall then we would be closer to establishing the immediate source of the Tarot card image.

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Elements of the Psychic World: In November 1889 an investigator named Percy Woodstock asked Dinah to take him to the woodshed where she had reported seeing a strange man. To Woodstock’s amazement, from the middle of the empty shed a few feet away came the clearly audible voice of an old man. It cursed them both in a deep, gruff voice, using language Woodstock would not record. It said, ‘I am the devil, I’ll have you in my clutches, I’ll break your neck.’ Woodstock talked to the voice for several hours, during which it admitted causing the fires, spreading the manure, smashing the windows and moving objects. Eventually it calmed down and admitted it was only doing the haunt-ings for fun.