15-The Devil Upright Rider Waite Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

You may very well feel trapped in a job that you detest but can’t see your way clear to leave because of the security. Consider whether or not the trade-offs are worth it; the truth of the matter is that in this day and age, very few jobs, pensions, etc. and so forth are truly secure. If you choose to stay where you are; be aware that this is a choice that you are making, nothing has been foisted upon you. If you don’t feel the trade-off is worth your unhappiness, start putting out feelers and giving thought to what you can do to change the situation. You are not trapped unless you allow yourself ; to be trapped.

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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Complete Book of Tarot
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Complete Book of Tarot: Tarot has become increasingly popular in consulting rooms of counselors and psychotherapists. Books such as Sallie Nichols’s Jung and Tarot: An Archetypal Journey and Arthur Rosengarten’s Tarot and Psychology: Spectrums of Possibility have done much to integrate the Jungian archetypes found in the tarot with modern psychotherapy. In addition to these books, New York therapist Elinor Greenberg has offered workshops on the use of tarot as a projective technique in psychotherapy.

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Complete Book of Tarot: Hebrew letters: Ayin (an eye; a Hebrew word meaning to see, watch, experience, know; also primeval light, shade, a spring or fountain, as an eye producing purifying tears in response to pain or grief). In the Bible, Lucifer’s name means ‘bringer of light.’ The letter Ghah is also associated with the Devil card. According to Jeff Benner, the twenty-third letter of the ancient Hebrew alphabet, Ghah (‘a twisted rope’), was absorbed into the modern letter Ayin. 38 Ghah means ‘twisted,’ ‘dark,’ or ‘wicked,’ and refers to goats because of their twisted horns. In modern slang, ‘horny’ has come to mean lustful or sexually preoccupied. Perhaps the combination Ayin Ghah associated with this card suggests adopting a twisted view of the world. Coincidentally, Capricorn—the goat of astrology—is assigned to the Devil trump.

Elements of the Psychic World: From that time onwards Home’s thoughts turned more and more to the spirit world. He went to live with an aunt, Mary Cook, in Norwich, Connecticut. Rappings began in her home and Cook blamed Home for bringing the devil into her house. She appealed in turn to a Con-gregationalist, a Baptist and a Wesleyan minister for exorcism. The ministers, however, backed Home and were convinced that he had a God-given gift. This support marked the turning point in his life. He had a vision of his dead mother – as he would do many times in his

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Elements of the Psychic World: Generally neo-Pagans view creation as a whole and view all life as equally sacred. The divine force has a number of personifications as gods and goddesses, but the most revered is the Goddess in all her many aspects. Contrary to belief, neo-Pagans do not worship the devil in any shape or form. For most neo-Pagans the development of psychic and magical skills is central to their religion and many believe in reincarnation.