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Faith, Spirituality Or Psychic Progression:
The reversed Two of Questing can indicate that a ‘spiritual leader’ may attempt to dominate you personally. This is a time to think for yourself, and not accept what others say just because they say it. No human spiritual leader is perfect, of course, but the good ones don’t present themselves as perfect or use strong-arm tactics to control others. Trust your own impressions.
Card Meanings: Indecisiveness, Cancelled Emigration, Cancelled Or Delayed Travel, Being Held Back, Deciding Not Go, Fear Of The Unknown, Self-Doubt, Disappointment, Choosing The Safest Option, Lack Of Planning, Domination, Restricted Options, Impatience, Staying Put, Choosing A Mundane Life, Anti-Climax, Fear Of Change
This card is often about balance. It will be important for you to keep your balance in every way that you can – even to the mundane, boring things like eating right and getting enough rest. These things will be very helpful to you during this time. The Two of Questing also often indicates a partnership with one other person. This can be business or personal, or both.
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Reversed Cards: The Death card is one of those cards few people like to see show up in their readings. I for one love when it shows up, as it lets me know exactly where I am in a cycle, which is more what this card is about than actual death. Things end. If they didnt, other things, new things, and more exciting things could never begin. Death is a foundation principle of the physical world, which is probably why this card vibrates to the energy of the four, linking this card to the Emperor. The number of the card itself is thirteen, which in numerology is a karmic debt number. It is the number that lets us know we still have a lot of work ahead of us. It is the number of hard work, which makes this card even more fascinating because even though it signifies an ending, it also lets us know that, just like the Emperor, we still have a lot of hard work in front of us if we want to pull off our goals, dream, or whatever it is waiting for us in the new cycle. Death is the card that says, ‘Okay, you made it over this hill, but do you see those mountains?’
Tarot Triumphs: After I returned to England, I tried to find a Tarot pack of my own. It wasn’t easy; they were rarely on sale, and one bookshop I approached said that they feared the old Witchcraft Act might be invoked if they dared to display them. Actually, this law had been replaced by the Fraudulent Mediums Act of 1951, but as this gave license to prosecute anyone taking money for deceitful acts of clairvoyance using a ‘fraudulent device,’ there was perhaps some reason to believe that supplying Tarot cards could get them into trouble. The fear generated centuries earlier by the witchcraft trials had not entirely evaporated.
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Tarot Card Meanings: However, in many peoples’ minds today the word ‘Tarot’ is inextricably linked to their esoteric use for fortune telling and today there are a huge variety of Tarot decks available, although all share some common features. Depending on the deck, meanings can vary, but many share a basic meaning which is related to the oldest interpretations of the card meanings for fortune telling purposes. This book looks at the individual meanings for each of the Tarot cards and uses interpretations of the traditional meaning assigned to each card. The book can be used in conjunction with any set of Tarot cards, either along with the deck’s own interpretations to gain a broader and deeper context to the card meanings, or simply used alone.