10-The Wheel of Fortune Reversed Mage Family Tarot Reading

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When reversed, the changes which The Wheel of Fortune point to may not be as obvious or marked as in its upright version, still, change is coming. This card always reminds us that ‘this too shall pass.’ Whether that’s good times or bad times, it passes. This is an important time to think positively and to expect the best. Do not assume that any change cropping up now is permanent.

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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Elements of the Psychic World: Sai Baba was born into a low caste family on 23 November 1926, in Southern India. His miraculous powers allegedly began to manifest after he was stung by a black scorpion on 8 March 1940. On 23 May he announced that he was Sathya Sia Baba reborn; the original Sai Baba was a Brahman fakir at the turn of the century, who had allegedly produced astonishing miracles. After announcing that he was reborn Sai Baba presented his family with gifts of flowers and sweets, which he seemed to materialize with a wave of his hand.

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Reversed Cards: The Wheel of Fortune has a strong connection to the cycles of the earth and more directly to the changing seasons. The world as we know it shifts and changes with the direction of the wind. Spring, summer, fall, and winter, continuously spinning. Always there. Always consistent. Even when you live close to the equator, you experience seasonal changes. They may not be the same as in areas with more obvious seasons, but they are still there. This constant, stable, gentle shift of energy reminds us of the Wheel of Fortune in the protection aspect. It is very comforting to know the days will get longer and warmer when one is in the throngs of a cold, dark, and bitter winter, just as there is hope in the coming coolness of fall after a hideously hot and uncomfortable summer. This consistent change is stabilizing because we know it is like the wheel, forever moving and always returning. When the wheel shows up in the protection position in a reading, this is the gift it offers. A consistent, stable changing energy. A promise of another chance. A hope of returning opportunities and the promise that this too shall pass.

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Tarot for Beginners: If The Wheel of Fortune reminds us that we ultimately don’t control circumstances, the Justice card reminds us that actions do have consequences. This is the card of truth, right judgment, resolution, and dealings with the law.