19-The Sun Reversed Rider Waite Family Tarot Reading

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Card Meanings: Ego, Lack Of Enthusiasm, Excessive Enthusiasm, Canceled Plans, Conceitedness, Pessimism, Break Ups, Stillbirth, Miscarriage, Sadness, Unrealistic Expectations, Oppression, Loneliness, Unhappiness

This is a warm happy energised card, which promises healing, growth and enjoyment. We have emerged from the somewhat shadowy and mysterious realms of the Moon into the bright light of day now. Gone are the tests and trials set us by the demands of our own growth. It’s time to laugh and dance and celebrate. When the Sun shines, we find new ways of resolving problems, new perspectives and fresh viewpoints. We see things more clearly, and are able to objectively consider obstacles and difficulties. We have the energy we need to throw ourselves into life, and to dynamically deal with anything that we discover. On a day ruled by this card, let yourself be lit from within…..allow your own inner Sun to shine out and greet the world. No matter what other cares and worries may weigh you down, on this day try to put them aside and simply revel in the glory of being alive. Today celebrate your victories, applaud your successes, and be proud of your achievements.

We can often forget to feel joyous with ourselves, becoming buried under worries and stresses. But if we can, for a moment, step back and look only toward the positive we shall find ourselves more able to deal with things. In readings, you will understand Card 19 if you imagine yourself to be a Sun God. How do you think and feel? You have total confidence in yourself. You are not cocky, but profoundly sure of your power. You have unlimited energy and glow with health. You have a greatness about you and stand out brilliantly. Finally, you see and understand all that is happening within your sphere. When you see this card, know that you will be successful at all you undertake. Now is the time to let your light shine.

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Elements of the Psychic World
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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: Mathers (1888): Departure, separation, disunion; (R) rupture, discord, quarrel.

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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.