24-Three of Wands Upright Rider Waite Love Tarot Reading

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Romance, Love Or Relationships:

Your romantic relationships are likely to be going well, but only if your partner is willing to treat you as an equal. If they are not, it may be time to move on – after you’ve made your complaints and position clear. If you have recently met someone new, know that you are held in very high regard by this new person. If you’re in the market for love but feel as though you don’t have any prospects, you are probably currently spending too much time and effort on your career. Think about allowing more time for your personal life.

Card Meanings: Self-Belief, Spreading Your Wings, Fortune Favours The Brave, Long Distance/ Travel Romance, Good Partnership, Moving Forward, Overseas Trade/Expansion, Moving Abroad, Self-Confidence, Experiencing Life, Travel, Forward Planning, Freedom, Foreign Land, Cooperation, Foresight, Happy With Choices/Outcome, Adventure, Success, Hard Work Paying Off

When the Three of Wands appears, you are likely to find that your finances are going much better, in fact this can be the month that your proverbial ship has come in. You are likely to be feeling very strong and with good reason. You may be finally experiencing some important success after you’ve been through some difficulty.

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Complete Book of Tarot
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Complete Book of Tarot: Occultist Dion Fortune carried Crowley’s cards-as-living-entities metaphor even further, suggesting that students sleep with their cards, much like young lovers who spend nights together exploring every nook and cranny of each other’s bodies.

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Reversed Cards: For me, the Three of Wands in the upright position has always represented the idea of ‘go big or go home.’ I am sure it has something to do with the figure always peering off the top of a cliff wondering about what is beyond the horizon. If in the upright position it is the ‘go big or go home’ card, then here in the blocked aspect, there is a good chance you’re still sitting on the couch freaking out about the whole concept of what ‘going big’ actually means. This is what we call resistance to expansion. We all suffer it at certain times in our lives. Leaving what you know behind for what you don’t know can be scary, but it might also be the best adventure of your life.

Complete Book of Tarot: In the latter half of the eighteenth century, amidst the burgeoning interest in ancient Egypt, French occultists began to publish wild speculations about the influence of Egyptian mythology on the tarot’s development. In 1773, the French pastor Antoine Court de Gébelin claimed (without a shred of evidence except his vivid imagination) that Egyptian priests coded the Book of Thoth into the images of the tarot. Occultists took this fanciful theory and ran with it as if this unsubstantiated conjecture were established fact.

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Complete Book of Tarot: To illustrate the storytelling technique, consider the following reading. It was done for a college student who asked about pursuing graduate studies in psychology, her university major. An advisor had cautioned her that the field of psychology was becoming increasingly competitive, and she was worried about obtaining an advanced degree for which there might be little demand in the future. We decided on a three-card spread; she drew the Five of Wands, the Seven of Pentacles, and the Page of Swords.