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Well-Being, Physical Health Or Mental Health:
The Magician, even in reversal, is a good signifier for improved health. Take good care of yourself, and seek medical counsel if you need it. Believe in your bodies ability to heal itself. You are likely to be feeling much better fairly quickly.
Card Meanings: Insecurity, Delay, Cunning, Unused Ability, Greed, Lack Of Self-Confidence, Unimaginative, Manipulation, Untrustworthiness, Conniving, Trickery
The Magician is about making higher and better use of all of one’s power. Spiritual, emotional, and otherwise. This is another card that often signifies new beginnings and great expectations. This is a very powerful, positive omen in a reading. This card reminds us that we have the power to make a difference, in our lives and in the greater world, if we simply make a point to try. You should note that this is not magic in the sense that you need to do spell-work or anything of that nature. It’s also not ‘magic’ like a stage illusionist performs, which is the somewhat superficial appearance of wondrous feats. This is actual transformation of the literal and figurative world in normal ways. You are not going to have it all handed to you on a plate, but you have the potential to have that plate and a lot of what’s on it if you do the magic yourself. The Magician is all about action. If you do nothing you’ll get nothing. If you don’t know what to do then just do something because anything is better than nothing. In other words if you don’t try you won’t get.
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Elements of the Psychic World: The idea that a person can improve their health and their life by imagining it in more positive terms. Guided imagery is a term used to refer to a kind of directed daydreaming, creative visualization, hypnosis or meditation which allows a person to enter a state in which they can picture and experience images that help to heal or motivate them. For example, a cancer patient may picture army tanks shooting down cancer cells, while a sprinter may imagine the speed and grace of a cheetah. In other words, the imagination is used in a directed way to help achieve goals.
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Portable Magic: An elemental of a number card, when it takes on human form in the triangle, can appear either male or female. Both sexes exist in potential in these spirits, who are of a dual nature. It is simplest to think of each card as having two ruling spirits, a lord and a lady. The magician keys the ritual to either the lord or lady of the number card on the triangle by conceiving the sex of the spirit and voicing the spirit’s title during the evocation. You will find when you think about each of these elemental spirits, that the spirit naturally tends to assume a gender best expressing the nature of the spirit as you conceive it. You should accept that gender rather than attempting to force the elemental to take on the opposite sex.
Creative Tarot: Many parts of its origins remain frustratingly obscure. For example, what does the name tarot mean? No one really knows, although there are many theories. It comes from the Italian word tarocco, which is the name of the card game that the deck was originally used to play. But the word seems to have no other meaning associated with it. (There is a type of blood orange called the tarocco, but its unlikely that the deck was developed as a way of thinking about citrus.) The tarocco cards were simply another version of playing cards, which were designed and played with all over the world, dating back to ninth-century China. They spread from there to Egypt, Persia, Turkey, and beyond. Each culture adapted the cards to create decks of their own and designed different games to match.
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Portable Magic: Mathers also mentions in passing the use of ritual evocation as part of his communication with the Secret Chiefs. This is the calling of spirits to be present in tangible form, so that they may better interact with the magician who summons them. Mathers was a skilled practitioner of spirit evocation, so much so that his black sheep of a student, Aleister Crowley, continued to regard Mathers as a powerful magician long after he had lost faith in Mathers in every other way.