02-The High Priestess Reversed Golden Work Tarot Reading

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Career, Work Or Retirement:

When The High Priestess appears in reverse with regard to work questions, you may be very confused about what is happening in your working life. If its possible to do so, don’t hesitate to ask your supervisors or co-workers for clarity about what is happening. On the other hand your instincts may be telling you to lay low. If that’s the case, follow your intuition. Things will become clearer later.

Card Meanings: Repression Of Intuition, Lack Of Self-Belief, Selfishness, Ignorance, Misunderstanding, Unwanted Attention, Shallowness, Uncontrolled Outbursts And Sexual Tension, Blocked Psychic Powers

The High Priestess is a very spiritual card – often with sexual overtones. It can mean that you are in a phase where you are going to be much more physically attractive to others. She is tied to the moon, to femininity, and to inspiration.

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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: These two changes to the Golden Dawn correspondences inverting the locations of the trumps the Magician and the High Priestess along with their attached planets, and inverting the locations of the planets the Sun and Jupiter create a relationship between the planets and the trumps of the Double letters that feels correct to me. If I were to stop there it would surely be radical enough, but there are assignments to the trumps of the Single letters in the Golden Dawn system that do not appear correct and must be modified, before I can accept that the best possible arrangement of the trumps has been achieved. I cannot shift the zodiac signs because they are in their natural order. It becomes necessary to invert pairs of trumps.

Creative Tarot: While Mathers might have standardized the deck’s layout, Waite and Smith standardized its imagery. Their deck is typically called the Rider-Waite, but it should be called the Rider-Waite-Smith because Smith was at the very least an equal partner in its creation. Almost every deck on the market today follows its templates of imagery and meaning. The major exception is the Thoth tarot, designed by Crowley and Lady Frieda Harris and taking its name from the Egyptian god of knowledge, which uses the Princess instead of the Page and switches the placement of Strength and Justice, along with some other noticeable changes. But by far, the Thoth deck has not had the reach of the Rider-Waite-Smith.

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Tarot Triumphs: The Pope and the High Priestess are both cards about knowledge, but the difference is this: the High Priestess sits directly before the veil, which marks the entrance to the inner sanctum, while the Pope is enthroned some distance from the two pillars of the holy temple. (The traditional images are reasonably consistent in this respect.) So, whereas the High Priestess is a symbol of direct contact with the inner mysteries, the Pope represents spiritual authority outside of the sanctuary. He is empowered to give blessings.18 He is also a teacher, as witnessed by the little figures who kneel in front of him; it was common at the time to represent the image of a spiritual master or teacher as much larger than that of his followers.19 The Pope is thus a giant to his disciples, just as an important teacher can loom large in our lives, remaining as a permanent inner signpost to guide us long after contact has ceased. A teacher may take on a role as a kind of superman or superwoman who can at times be a wonderful support along the way, but at others an obstacle to making our own discoveries. I think many of us recollect teaching figures of authority from our past who have inhibited our progress rather than advancing it. The Pope can therefore be a symbol of the transmission of knowledge through a recognized chain of authority, but his teaching can become dogma and his dictates fossilize into rigid mandates.