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Career, Work Or Retirement:
With The Wheel of Fortune in reverse, there is still a slim chance that you will decide to leave your job if you are currently working, even if it’s a good job, because your heart is no longer in it. Give some thought to what it is that you dream of doing, lift your head above the day to day grind, when this card appears. Even in reverse, The Wheel of Fortune tells you that you may be nearing time for a change, work-wise; and perhaps a very big one.
Card Meanings: Delays, Disruption, Outside Influences, Bad Luck, Interruption, Disorder, External Forces, Lack Of Control, Upheaval, Unwelcome Change, Failure
The Wheel of Fortune tells you that in general, it looks as though things are changing. In most cases, this indicates positive, needed changes but for some people, change itself is very difficult and can almost be traumatic. This is a very spiritual and karmically oriented time. Change is part of the cyclical nature of life.
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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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Reversed Cards: The number ten in numerology is the number of karmic debt completion. Its mantra would be ‘the debt has been paid.’ It echoes the beginnings of the one yet the unknown adventure of the zero. This alone makes the number ten a very interesting number indeed. Little wonder that this number has found itself paired up in the tarot with the Wheel of Fortune card. A wheel itself has no up or no down. It can go forward and it can go backward. The wheel only knows how to do one thing: turn. No matter what way you hold the wheel, be it up the right way or upside down, it will still turn. What was up will be down and what was down will be up. You could say that here in the karmic payment arena there is no right and there is no wrong. Just endless spinning and paid-off debts.
Creative Tarot: For Waite, there is a higher purpose for a persons existence, and mysticism is a tool to find that purpose and follow it. To help that process along best, he would need a tarot deck that was designed with these goals specifically in mind. The deck, he thought, needed to be reworked with an emphasis on its symbolism and symbolisms connection to the intuition. First, he needed an artist.
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Tarot Triumphs: An effective way to deepen our connection with the images on the cards is to work through the pack taking one Triumph at a time and living with it for a day. Completing this exercise will therefore take the better part of a month, allowing for a few days off here and there. But it doesn’t have to be hard or disrupt your way of life. Simply set out the card of the day when you get up, spend a few minutes contemplating it, then keep it in mind for the rest of the day. Act, speak, and function as usual. It doesn’t matter if the card goes to the back of your mind, and in fact it’s better that waydon’t make it an intense act of visualization. Just be aware that, for instance, ‘Today is Wheel of Fortune day.’