Work Tarot Readings (Thoth Tarot Deck,Major Arcana)

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Career, Work Or Retirement

Consulting the tarot can be just the thing you need to get valuable, unbiased guidance on work or retirement related matters. If you want to know whether you will be successful in your career, then there are 10 card of the 78 that bode very well for your career and many more that give guidance on career, work and retirement. A work or career reading is useful for finding which steps you can take to find the right career for you, seeing ways to create a harmonious work-life balance, seeking guidance on the next steps you need to take. Aces in a career reading indicate new beginnings.

You’ve no doubt heard the saying, “A bad workman blames his own tools.” Well the “tools” being blamed could be a host of things. It could be people, such as our work colleagues that are to blame for things not going right, for the situation we find ourselves in. It could be the company we work for, or our inabilty to find work or advance in our career. This is where a work or career tarot reading can help.

Timing: When a card from the Major Arcana appears before a timing card, this indicates that the major event has already is past and the influences of the card impact on it.



The magnificent Thoth Tarot Deck contains the Kabbalistic and astrological attributions described in Aleister Crowleys Book Of Thoth. It is known for its striking beauty, as well as its depiction of an understanding of the occult that was gathered over a lifetime of study. In 1773 Antoine Court de Gébelin claimed that Egyptian priests coded the Book of Thoth into the images of the tarot.

If a Major Arcana card appears in you reading, heres what you need to know:

Major Arcana cards show up when things are happening that pull us towards a certain destiny or path. Many Major Arcana cards in a reading is often a sign that our Spirit Guides and Angels are working behind the scenes to set everything up for us so that we can live the lives we are destined to live. While the Minor Arcana cards focus on the everyday actions and decisions you must face, these Major Arcana cards reveal messages about the bigger picture of your life and its long-term direction. A major arcana card represents an energy that is deep, strong, decisive or long-term. When a major arcana card appears in a reading, you have tapped into a powerful energy in some area of your life. The minor arcana cards do not carry the same weight, but they are still important. They chart the ups and downs of daily life and register changes in feelings and thoughts. These dramas are gripping while they occur, but they pass with time as new concerns take their place.

The major arcana are signposts to things, events, and people, that are meant to be taken more seriously and looked at more closely, in general, than the minor arcana cards will generally represent.

Timing: When a card from the Major Arcana appears before a timing card, this indicates that the major event has already is past and the influences of the card impact on it.

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Complete Book of Tarot
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Complete Book of Tarot: One way in which tarot readers use number symbolism is to select cards from the major arcana corresponding to the neurologically reduced numbers in one’s birth date. This calculation is made by adding together the day, month, and year of birth and continuing to add the individual digits in that sum, a method suggested by Mary K. Greer in her book Tarot for Your Self. 19 An example will make the process clear:

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Portable Magic: The elemental will go to your former friend and use her powers of persuasion below the level of the person’s conscious awareness, so that the person reconsiders the disagreement with you and decides to attempt a reconciliation. Your friend will probably be unaware of the spirit’s presence. The elemental will not cease working until this fulfilment is achieved, because its achievement is the reason for the elemental’s existence. The spirit will use its ingenuity to accomplish its purpose, taking advantage of any accidental circumstance that may arise. Eventually, the ritual purpose will be fulfilled, though not always in the way that was presupposed by the magician.

Portable Magic: The triangle, and its three-dimensional counterpart the pyramid, have a long history in Western occultism as symbolic tools for actualizing what exists only in a potential form. The triangle does this by virtue of its shape two sides diverge and expand from a single point down to a base. What exists only in potential is drawn through the gateway of the expanded point at the apex, represented graphically by the expanding sides of the triangle. When it reaches the solid and stable base, it becomes real. The same mechanism works in the opposite way just as effectively. What exists within the triangle can be made to diminish upward toward the apex and vanish through the gateway of the point from the manifest world to the unmanliest world.

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Portable Magic: The triangle can also be used to bring forth into actual being that which exists only in a potential or ideal form. When used in this way, it is formed upright from the perspective of the user. This was the practice of medieval magicians, who summoned demons into the ritual triangle outside the boundary of their magic circle, which protected them from the malice of the spirits. A triangle was always inscribed on the floor or ground of the working space when lower spirits were evoked to visible appearance. The triangle of evocation is as much a part of traditional European magic as the circle itself, and most true grimoires include it.