04-The Emperor Reversed Rider Waite Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

Card Meanings: Rigidity, Excessively Controlling, Loss Of Business, Absentee Father, Abuse Of Power, Lack Of Control, Family Problems, Lack Of Ambition, Dependency, Stubbornness, Lack Of Discipline

The figure of the Emperor says much about the essential qualities of this card. We see a stern, commanding figure seated on a stone-slab throne. His back is straight, and his eyes meet ours directly. He is confident of his complete authority to rule. Just as the Empress embodies the female power and force, the Emperor encapsulates the male dynamic force in life. Here we find action, decisiveness and high energy. There are also many connections with fatherhood and kingship for the Emperor. This is a card that indicates responsibility, a sense of commitment, protection and strong leadership.

On a day ruled by the Emperor, we need to engage all our energies in order to take dynamic steps forward in life. This is a day which offers us terrific opportunities to forge ahead in important areas. Spiritually, we can often make big realisations, and receive clear divine guidance which resolves difficult or troublesome issues. So if your spirit is troubled by ethical issues, use this day to offer up these problems to the high powers, and await omens or directive. Remember also, that on a day ruled by the Emperor, there’s a special type of strength in the air. So, if you are feeling vulnerable or frail, reach out for the power of the Emperor’s influence, and be renewed! The Emperor can represent an encounter with authority or the assumption of power and control. As the regulator, he is often associated with legal matters, disciplinary actions, and officialdom in all its forms. He can also stand for an individual father or archetypal Father in his role as guide, protector and provider.

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Elements of the Psychic World: The issue of evidence – how many alignments over what distance – to validate a ley remains a hot topic among ley enthusiasts. Author John Michell gathered seductive evidence when he identified 22 alignments between 53 megalithic sites over 7-mile distances. Michell also pointed out similarities between the ley lines of Europe and the ‘dragon paths’ of China, which were thought to carry energy to the Emperor.