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Card Meanings: Negative Advantage, Truth, Subsiding Anxiety, Regaining Composure, Unveiling Secrets, Releasing Fear, Trifling Mistakes, Deception Discovered, Self-Deception
The Moon often comes up to indicate deception, or deceit. And on a day ruled by this card, we need to be alert for this kind of problem coming up around us. On this day, we are best served by testing everything against our own inner senses, and attempting to discover how we feel at a deep intuitive level about what happens. You’ll find that your intuition is probably somewhat heightened, because another of the Moon’s influences touches on psychism, internal development and ease of inner communication. There’s another thing you need to keep your eyes open for, with this card – not only does it indicate out-and-out deceit, but it also shows us where there is illusion or uncertainty. In moonlight, you notice that things look very different indeed than they do in daylight. The Moon has a habit of casting things and experiences in a different light. Things are not quite how they seem.
So always look carefully at issues that have particular relevance when this card is about. Many people tend to see the Moon as a bad card – I do not necessarily feel this is true. This card shows things up that are not what they claim to be. But it also reveals treasures inside of rather grubby packaging! If you look around the room right now, you will (probably!) see people and objects that are comforting in their familiarity. Everything is exactly as you expect it to be. You know that if you closed your eyes and opened them, the room would be the same. But…have you ever lost the familiar to find, in its place, a world so extraordinary you can’t even grasp it? This is the experience of the Moon. The Moon is the light of this realm – the world of shadow and night. Although this place is awesome, it does not have to be frightening. In the right circumstances, the Moon inspires and enchants. It holds out the promise that all you imagine can be yours. The Moon guides you to the unknown so you can allow the unusual into your life.
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Elements of the Psychic World: Flint was born in a Salvation Army home in Hackney, London and had his first psychic experience at the age of seven in the summer of 1918, when he recognized the ghost of his uncle following his aunt around the house trying to get her attention. His aunt had just learned that her husband had been killed in France. After this experience Flint began to hear the voices of the dead on a regular basis, but his family doubted and disapproved so he kept the experiences to himself.
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Complete Book of Tarot: Etteilla (1791): Money, riches, wealth, silverware, purification, whiteness, purity, naïveté, candor, innocence, the Moon; (R) anxiety, disquiet, impatience, worry, apprehension, fear, affliction, concern, care, attention, diligence, chagrin, mistrust, suspicion.
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Portable Magic: Some critics may object that the most natural planet for the trump the Sun is surely the planet the Sun. Yet, if this is so, why is it that the planet the Moon is never assigned to the trump the Moon? It seems to me that either both Sun and Moon should be linked to the trumps that bear their names, or neither should be so linked. Since the astrological Moon has never been placed on the trump the Moon, I have no reluctance to associate the trump the Sun with the planet Jupiter.