00-The Fool Reversed Mage Spiritual Tarot Reading

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Faith, Spirituality Or Psychic Progression:

When you draw The Fool reversed in the context of spirituality, you may be considering leaving a religion/spiritual tradition which has been part of your life for some time. You are likely to have a desire to try out lots of different approaches to spirituality to see how they ‘fit.’ Nothing wrong with this exploration, however don’t get too carried away in any one thing while you are ‘just shopping.’ This card can indicate a powerful need to get deeper knowledge about spirituality, and your friends and family may not understand where this is coming from. Regardless, you have to do what is best for you, no matter what they think. Bear in mind that exploration is not the same as commitment.

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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Elements of the Psychic World
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Elements of the Psychic World: Blavatsky became aware of her psychic abilities at an early age. She travelled through the Middle East and Asia learning psychic and spiritual techniques from various teachers, and she said that it was in Tibet that she met the secret masters or adepts who sent her to carry their message to the world.

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Portable Magic: As a useful exercise in the construction of the triangle of realization, choose a number card other than an Ace that expresses some realization you wish to achieve in your life. Set your significator court card face up on the table in front of you so that it is upright from your point of view. It serves as the centre from which you orient the triangle. Build the triangle on the table about a card length away from the significator above, below, on the left, or on the right of it, so that the Fool points toward the quarter matching the suit of the chosen card east for Swords, south for Wands, west for Cups, and north for Pentacles.

Creative Tarot: Shuffle the cards and lay them out however you wish. If a card is upside down, you can decide if you want to read it that way or if you prefer to turn it around. Some tarot readers see an upside-down card—a “reversed” card—as meaning the opposite of its given definition. Others think you’ve overcome the situation in the card, while others see it as a task that you need to complete in order to turn the card right side up. Still others think it’s a combination of all of these. You are free to interpret a reversed card any way you like, or disregard its reversed position and simply turn it back around.

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Angel Encyclopedia: In his book, De praestigiis daemonum (1563), Weyer gave a rational analysis of reports of alleged witch activity, and he concluded that most witches were deluded and mentally disturbed old women, the outcasts of society who were fools, not heretics. Some might wish harm on their neighbors but could not carry it out. If harm occurred coincidentally, they believed in their delusion that they had brought it about. He did believe that some witches served Satan and did harm people, but not through supernatural means. He urged the church to forgive those who repented, or at most, to levy fines upon them.