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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: It is possible to represent the astral realities of ritual magic with symbolic rather than physical instruments. An astral circle can be grounded or given a body by means of a group of Tarot cards just as effectively as it is grounded by a circle drawn in chalk on the floor. In both cases, it is the circle in the imagination of the magician that is the true working circle of the ritual, but in traditional magic it is fixed in the form of a circle drawn, painted, or otherwise marked on the floor, whereas in Tarot magic it is fixed by means of an arrangement of cards that embodies the ritual circle in its set of esoteric correspondences.
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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: The more you work with the spreads, the more they will tell you. There are many resources online where you can find other spreads, both traditional and made up by other tarot enthusiasts. I find, though, that the better way to work is to choose a few spreads and stick with them, rather than always trying something new.
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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.