04-The Emperor Upright Rider Waite Love Tarot Reading

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Romance, Love Or Relationships:

You may find yourself falling for someone who is older than you now. This person is likely to be attracted to order, logic, and organization. The attraction may not be mutual from the very beginning, but if you are patient and persistent, it is likely to grow. Remember that fireworks at the beginning are all well and good, but ask yourself how long fireworks last for in life. A slow-burning connection is likely to far outlast the fireworks.

Card Meanings: Fatherhood, Older Man, Structure, Rules And Power, Stability, Protectiveness, Authority, Dependability, Logical, Father-Figure

The appearance of The Emperor shows us that domination of the mind over the heart is sometimes necessary even though it is not wanted. In fact he should be welcomed and that is what you must think about when he appears. When hard choices must be made it’s important to maintain your concentration and focus. The Emperor signals this but he also signals that now is a time you should find it easier to make hard choices. Enjoy the assertiveness and confidence that this self-control and focus brings. Forge ahead and do what you know is best. If you can master yourself then you should have little problem mastering most of the other obstacles that life throws at you.

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Complete Book of Tarot
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Complete Book of Tarot: The Mamluk Sultanate of Egypt (1250–1517 CE) consisted of a ruling class of soldiers who loved to play card games in their free time. A beautiful example of the Mamluk playing cards can be seen at the Topkapu Museum in Istanbul, Turkey. The pack consists of four suits of thirteen cards each, just as can be found in modern playing card decks. Each suit consists of ten pip (numbered) cards and three court cards: a malik (king), a n?’ib malik (viceroy or deputy king), and a th?n? n?’ib (second or under-deputy). The four suits of the Mamluk deck include:

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Complete Book of Tarot: Trump 3: The Empress. Unlike the Female Pope, the Empress was a legitimate female authority in sixteenth-century Europe. Being female, however, she ranked toward the bottom of the heap. Much of her authority was due to her status as wife of the male Emperor.

Elements of the Psychic World: 4 Emperor: sometimes shown holding sphere and sceptre, a king on his throne, representing sight, vision, realization, power, strength.

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Elements of the Psychic World: A well-known story involving alectromancy is that of the Roman emperor Valens, who used alectromancy to divine the name of his successor. He always got the name ‘Theod’, and so Valens ordered all those with the name Theodorus to be killed. Had he done his research properly, however, he might have been more successful: it was a man called Theodosius who actually succeeded him.