09-The Hermit Reversed Golden Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

You are likely to finally get to the bottom of some work issues which have been troubling you and/or which have been unclear. Do not hesitate to ask questions not only of yourself but also of other people to understand more about the way things are going at work – and the way they should be going. Remain conscious of the fact that if there are current issues at work that are troublesome, that you may in some way be contributing to them.

Card Meanings: Hastiness, Withdrawal, Rashness, Paranoia, Isolation, Foolishness, Immaturity, Loneliness, Imprudence, being reclusive, Restrictive, Anti-Social

The Hermit is an extremely spiritual card, and often has to do with institutions and large organizations – everything from a bank to the entire Christian Church. This card indicates spirituality even if you are an atheist. It’s in whatever sense the word ‘spirit’ makes sense to you, even if for you ‘spirit’ equates to ’emotion.’ You may be trying hard to figure out what the ‘truth’ is about someone (or some matter), don’t feel that you have to do it all on your own, ask for help if you need it to gain different perspectives, more information, etc.

This reading is part of a work tarot reading using the The Hermit using cards from the with the Golden Tarot Deck. You will find many more tarot pages that will be of great help if you need tarot card meanings. Use the search at the bottom of the page. We have some amazing tarot books for you to browse. Please see below.

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Portable Magic
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Portable Magic: For many years, I used Tarot magic as part of my own ritual work but did not teach it, or even reduce it to a separate integrated system. In several of my books, I mention it briefly as a subject worth the consideration of serious readers. For example, in my first book,

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Angel Encyclopedia: M. J. Field has argued that the earliest angel messengers, particularly in Genesis, are real men appearing to be angels. According to Field’s thesis, the unschooled Hebraic nomads could have been guided and led to make decisions through the intervening powers of holy men of the deserts who were interested in drawing these people toward monotheism. Field spent many years in Africa witnessing the magical and persuasive powers of men and women hermits who exerted ‘spiritual oversight’ over tribes. Field notes that these people are often adept in ‘special effects’ such as fire, sparks and smoke, and ventriloquism, like the voice in the burning bush (Exodus 3:2). Their luminosity, dignity, powers, and charismatic presence would derive from years of spiritual practice. These individuals existed in the lands and especially the deserts of the Bible, and they created the beginnings of the Western monastic traditions.

Creative Tarot: Waite believed that the magical systems of the Golden Dawn and other systems were not about imposing your will on a situation (making someone love you, increasing your wealth, and so on) or about telling the future (Will this person love you? Will you ever be wealthy?). He believed they were for elevating the soul and for bringing what is unconscious conscious. He believed there was a divine order, and our job was to align ourselves with it or become a conduit, like the Magician in the tarot.

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Tarot Triumphs: In the past, a role of caring and protecting others (the Empress) contrasted with great privacy in terms of personal feelings (the Hermit). At present, there is a difficult, painful challenge to meet in the outside world (the Devil), which threatens destruction, but actually self-confidence has grown greatly and happiness is still possible (the Sun). In the future, there will be an aftermath to deal with from the present situation, and it may take time before new growth appears (Death). Considerable inner strength may be needed to deal with it (the Chariot).