00-The Fool Reversed Golden Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

You may have excellent ideas and plans for your work which you seem to be hesitant about putting out there, when The Fool is showing in reverse in a work question. Have some faith in yourself and give voice to your ideas. It could pay off more than you would imagine. You may be feeling a longing to start a new position – or even that the time could be right for you to ‘go off on your own’ and start your own business. At least give these potential changes some thought.

Card Meanings: Hesitation, Bad Choice, Indecision, Apathy, Distraction, Carelessness, Injustice, Irrationality, Stupidity, Negligence, Lack Of Fun, Recklessness

The Fool is always an indicator of newness in one form or another. In many ways it indicates the purity, the open-hearted energy, and the innocence of a child. Children are trusting and trust forms the basis of meaning for this card. This is generally considered a positive card but there is a caveat. The caveat being that it is important to take time to be sure that you are looking where you’re going. Trusting yourself to take a step into the unknown is one thing, but doing so without any thought whatsoever may be a mistake.

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Portable Magic
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Portable Magic: First to be erected is the altar of the elements, which is the elevated stage for the significator. It must be built before the significator can occupy it. Think of the working surface as the endless sea of primordial chaos, and the altar as a firm ledge of rock that rises above the surface of those waters. It is the first tangible thing to be formed in the ritual process. It arises from the central point where the bases of the tarot cards touch and overlap. All points are the same, being without dimension and undifferentiated, and in this sense all are connected. The point at the centre of the altar of the

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Portable Magic: A mature woman who is affectionate, large hearted, intuitive, sensible, and down to earth, with a practical approach to life. Her worst qualities are a tendency to become addicted to drugs, alcohol, or sex, and to be servile and foolish.

Creative Tarot: The Golden Dawn actually didn’t last very long. Infighting and power plays, mostly by the male members, splintered the group. Its most famous member was perhaps the Irish poet William Butler Yeats, who remained interested in and engaged with magical systems until his death. The writer and magician Aleister Crowley is often associated with the group, but he was quickly ejected from its ranks for being a terrible person. (This is a fact, he was a terrible person. Look it up.) But two of its lesser-known members would spread the influence of the tarot far and wide: writer Arthur Edward Waite and artist Pamela Colman Smith.

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Angel Encyclopedia: Angel who oversees and protects childbirth. The name Laylah derives from the Hebrew word layil, meaning ‘night.’ In Jewish lore, Laylah is portrayed as being both good and bad. In the Zohar and Talmud, he guards birth and the newborn, and he proclaims if the individual will be strong or weak, wise or foolish, and rich or poor. Elsewhere he is said to fight for ABRAHAM in his battle against kings. In other Jewish lore, Laylah is similar to Lilith as a DEMON of the night who attacks those who sleep alone and as a ‘prince of conception.’ See CHILDBIRTH ANGELS.