03-The Empress Upright Mage Family Tarot Reading

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Family, Friends & Relationships:

People are going to be more attracted to you than usual (in every sense) and you are likely to find people on your doorstep, wanting your advice/your shoulder to cry on. This will be beneficial to you because you are now going to be able to see yourself more in the way that others see you; as someone with wisdom and a lot to offer. So share your hard-won perspectives on life with others and know that your wisdom and caring is valuable. That doesn’t mean you should run yourself into the ground doing so. If boundaries need to be drawn (for either physical or emotional reasons) then draw them.

Card Meanings: Harmony, Development, Nature, Motherhood, Fertility, Accomplishment Action, Femininity, Evolution, Creativity, Sensuality, Nurturing, Beauty, Pregnancy

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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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: According to records the activity began with streaks of animal faeces or manure appearing on the floor of the house. A young boy, Dean, was blamed; however, when the boy was out of the house the stains continued to appear, proving that he was not the cause. Soon the activity increased: windows were smashed, objects were thrown and fires broke out. This time the focus was identified as 11-year-old Dinah McLean, an adopted child of the family.

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Elements of the Psychic World: 3 Empress: shown as a queen on her throne or as a mother goddess, representing illumination, intelligence, understanding, maternity, creativity.

Tarot Triumphs: 53 We know that Isis was still celebrated as a symbol of female divinity up until Renaissance times, having been written up by Plutarch. Given that there is a link between Isis and Ishtar, and that Isis too penetrated the underworld to recover her lover Osiris, it’s possible that this could also have been transmitted through the centuries. However, in historical terms, it may be more likely that the general myth of a Star figure as Queen of the Heavens has infused this Tarot card. But again, it’s possible that this emblem could represent a stage of initiation in some esoteric school. Freemasonry has a symbol known as the Blazing Star, or l’Etoile Flamboyante, which A. E. Waite draws attention to in his Pictorial Key to the Tarot in connection to the Star.

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Tarot Triumphs: The Empress is the highest female authority in worldly terms; she helps to guard the order of civilization and represents the power of the land. But also, her role as the mother of heirs is implicit; there is often a strong hint of pregnancy in the card’s image. She is therefore in a sense both a kind of earth mother, with the warmth and nurturing that this implies, and the strict keeper of human rules. The juxtaposition of these qualities is in fact not unlike those found in ordinary motherhood, where a mother has a close instinctive bond with her child, but also establishes, in a considered way, patterns of routine to govern behavior and help the child’s development. The Empress, therefore, can both be seen as a stern, controlling woman and also one of fertility and sexuality. Attempting to understand both sides of her nature leads us deeper into the significance of the symbol.14