12-The Hanged Man Reversed Mage Spiritual Tarot Reading

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Faith, Spirituality Or Psychic Progression:

When this card appears in reverse in relation to spirituality, old messages we received as children can be coming back to haunt us. This is especially true for those raised in fundamentalist or evangelical religions. Examine your long-held beliefs and see if they withstand the light of day. Ideally spirituality is a process and a growth. Concepts that were complete enough when you were twelve years old may not be so complete today. Do not hesitate to reach out and study with others- consider their spiritual points of view and see what rings true for you.

Card Meanings: Discontentment, Useless Sacrifice, False Prophecy, Unwillingness, Impulsiveness, Apathy, Disinterest, Stagnation, Negative Patterns

The Hanged Man generally shows that you are at a crossroads – one with only two options i.e. in or out, up or down, yes or no. You may find yourself very much wanting to do ‘something’ but having no idea what it is or how to do it. If that happens, that’s a clear sign that you should stop, relax, and look at ways that you might need to let go of attempts to control life/situations/people/things.

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Reversed Cards: The Hanged Man is ruled by the planet Neptune, which alludes to the real depths of this card, for Neptune rules the seas. Here in the retrograde aspect, I guess you could say that the water levels are lower than normal. Maybe we are at low tide, and low tide is where we get a glimpse of the magic that the sea has been hiding. But in order to find this magic, you need to slow down and walk the shoreline one step at a time. This ability to slow down, take your time, and examine every step you take is not always easy. Magic has been revealed for you. It is waiting for you to discover it, but you won’t see it if you don’t take your time. This is the subtle nature of spirit, the echo of awareness, and the mystical magic of the Hanged Man. It is easy to miss and almost always overlooked. So stop right now and explore where you are. Name every single thing you see in your line of vision. Don’t miss anything. Look at your feet and see which direction they are heading. What lessons does that direction have for you, and what will you find when you get there? What magic is hidden right in plain sight?

Tarot Triumphs: Try not to worry about the reading later, and wonder whether you said ‘the right thing.’ We’ve all done that, but not every reading blossoms; sometimes the person asking the question resists the process, and that can make it harder for the reader. Later on, you may learn more about the particular situation or events involved and will realize that it wasn’t your fault that the reading didn’t go as well as you’d hoped. We all want to prove ourselves as accomplished Tarot readers, but the reality is that we are at the mercy of the moment, and it won’t always work out that way.

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Tarot Triumphs: I have always been drawn to divination. As a child, I diligently counted my prune stones after school pudding to see whom I would marry, and I gleefully made folding paper fortune-tellers, in which you could scrawl all kinds of possible fates for your friends. In my teens, the desire surfaced to know more about astrology, dream interpretation, and fortune-telling. This was before the new wave of interest in magical subjects, so there was not much material readily available. On holiday with a friend and her family, in a rented cottage in Wales, age thirteen, I pored over a moldy volume of dream interpretations that I’d found in the bookcase there, my chief entertainment during a week of rain. I begged to be allowed to take it home. Quite reasonably, my friend’s mother prevented me from doing so on the basis that the owner might be fond of the book herself. Later, I got my mother to buy me a fortune-telling teacup that we saw in a junk shop—one where little card images are scattered on the china, to be interpreted through how the tea leaves fall—though I never did manage to work it out properly. As for astrology, at that time I could only find very superficial magazine columns to work out what sun signs my friends and I were born under. But I had a kind of instinctive feeling that this all made sense. I was less interested in knowing the future than in discovering how to penetrate this otherworld, the place from which these magical messages seemed to come.