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Romance, Love Or Relationships:
If you’re already in a relationship, it’s about to get a lot more equal. Pay attention to your ideas about equality and balance and share them. If you’re looking for love, someone who could be very good for you is already likely part of your life. Don’t judge a book by its cover. If someone is interested in you, give them a chance. This relationship could be just what you’re looking for.
Card Meanings: Expansion Overseas, Anticipation, Withdrawal, Generous Person, Decisions, Co-Operation, Restlessness, Waiting, Emigration Suddenly Leaving, Planning, Deciding To Stay Or Go, Grass Is Always Greener On The Other Side, Lack Of Contentment, Courage, Business Partnerships, Two Paths, Patience, Wanderlust, Detachment, Options
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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Portable Magic: A workable choice for the modifiers is the trump the Sun on the sign Leo (Strength), the trump the Magician on the sign Gemini (Lovers), and the trump the Wheel on the sign Sagittarius (Temperance). Always bear in mind that you can place the modifiers anywhere on the circle of the zodiac, and can select as many or as few modifiers as you wish. The mechanical system of selecting the modifiers according to the ruling planets in the decanates of the realizers is merely a simple way of choosing them that automatically avoids serious conflicts.
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Complete Book of Tarot: Crowley/GD: Princess of the Echoing Hills. Rose of the Palace of Earth. Careful, diligent, persevering, generous, kind, benevolent. The traits displayed depend on the dignity of the card.
Portable Magic: Court de Gcbelin found not only an Egyptian origin for the Tarot, but also a Hebrew connection. Levi and other occultists expanded on this Hebrew source by finding in the structure of the Tarot numerous aspects of the Jewish system of esoteric philosophy known as the Kabbalah. The basis for this historically tenuous connection is the number of the picture tarot cards, twenty-two, which is the same number as the letters of the Hebrew alphabet. Subsequent writers on the Tarot embraced these speculations, elaborating the mystical links between the Tarot and the Egyptian mysteries and Jewish Kabbalah, as well as with the occult traditions of Europe, such as alchemy and astrology.
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Tarot Triumphs: This image goes back far in history: Temperance’s action of pouring is similar to that of certain Assyrian deities, who were also shown in winged form, pouring out divine water into a receptacle. Although the Tarot card of Temperance is not likely to have a direct link with this mythology, it could link indirectly through the Renaissance emblematic use of Egyptian hieroglyphs, which followed on from Assyrian culture.43 The winged figure also seems to suggest grace and a benign presence from another realm. The angelic dimension of existence seems to be recognized by people from different times and cultures. Many people have experienced the presence of angels, among them even those who are skeptical about religion or the existence of higher worlds. For any of us, the experience can remain a touchstone, reminding us of another order of being and a love and benevolence that transcend petty concerns. Although our conditioning may put particular forms upon this experience, the angel as a figure will always have a place in human reckoning, and the Tarot card can represent being touched by something higher. Perhaps this is symbolized by the gleam of otherworldly beauty in the five- or six-petaled flower of the Angel’s headdress.