03-The Empress Reversed Thoth Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

When this card comes up in reverse in relation to a work question, it says that your work is well appreciated and well-received, but that you may not be aware of this. Realize that others in your work environment trust you and trust your work. Return the favor where it is warranted.

Card Meanings: Inaction, Overbearing Tendencies, Lack Of Confidence, Infertility, Anxiety, Insecurity, Infidelity, Disharmony, Lack On Concentration, Lack Of Growth, Vacillation

The Empress is an archetype of feminine power; she is watery, hard to fathom, mysterious, fertile, and sexual. She augurs a need for us to be in touch with our feminine side, to listen to our intuition, and to give priority to our emotions and passions. The Empress does not play by the rules. She has her own way of doing things and her own idea of what is right and what is wrong in any and all endeavors. That doesn’t mean she will always get her way, but she is a reminder not to ignore your creative and intuitive side. She can signify coming abundance but don’t make the mistake of thinking that that will always mean financially. There are many types of wealth and richness in life and money is only one of them. The Empress can encompass any or all of them.

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Portable Magic: A useful extended ritual working for serious Tarot magicians is to evoke all thirty-six elementals of the number tarot cards on successive nights, one spirit on each night, and ask that spirit to tell you its true secret name. The title of the card is the public name of the elemental attached to it, but it also has a private name that you may use to summon it. This secret name can only be learned from the spirit itself, by asking the spirit to reveal it to you. The name will be specific to you another magician asking for the secret name would get another response. It is akin to a mantra passed from master to disciple, unique to each circumstance. Its revelation is both an expression of trust by the spirit, and a kind of compact between the spirit and the magician to whom the name is given.

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Angel Encyclopedia: Leo V died in 780 and the throne went to his nineyear-old son, Constantine VI. The boy’s mother, Empress Irene, served as regent. She began a campaign to reverse Iconoclasm and reopen and restore the monasteries. Pope Adrian I demanded restitution of the property confiscated by Leo III.

Tarot Beginners Guide: At this point I should point out that many people have slightly differing interpretations of the cards, and many professional readers will have ways of expressing the meanings which may be different from those given here in some way. However, the information in this book should be sufficient to start you off on the road to understanding tarot, and may lead to your wishing to undertake further research into the cards and using them in your daily life.

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Tarot Triumphs: Their eagle-emblazoned shields may be simply a tradition of the Byzantine rulers, but they could also bear classical allusions, which would be in keeping with early Renaissance imagery. The eagle was the bird of Zeus, and as the eagles usually face in different directions on the shields, they may represent the god’s two golden eagles, which Zeus let loose to fly around the world and to meet again at its center.16 Between them, we could therefore say that the Emperor and Empress create a kind of universal center, where their own two eagles face each other.17 So although the Emperor and the Empress appear to be conventional representations of earthly rulers, in fact their trappings and their roles indicate their power is as archetypes, as well as heads of state.