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Weekend Tarot Reading for May 19-21, 2017

By: VICTORIA WILSON on MAY 19, 2017

Russian Tarot of St. Petersburg

Saturn in Sagittarius trine Uranus in Aries; Venus in Aries opposite Jupiter in Libra; Sun enters Gemini (Saturday)

THE EMPEROR, SIX OF COINS & TEN OF CUPS

Venus and Jupiter currently oppose one another within the Aries/Libra axis, bringing conflict between ourselves and our partners to the surface. Maybe you’re looking at your closest partnership only to realize that your needs aren’t getting met within it. If you can’t distinguish between your identity and that of your partner, get some clarity.

Opportunity – THE EMPEROR

Who are you, and what you stand for? If your relationship leaves you feeling out of control, remember what it means to love yourself first. Too many people fall into the trap of believing its noble to put their partners before themselves, wearing selflessness as a badge of honor. But selflessness easily turns into resentment. You can’t support others unless your own needs are met. And the only person responsible for making sure your needs get met is you.

Warning – SIX OF COINS

Proceed with caution if you have a personal planet (Sun, Moon, Mars, Venus, Mercury) anywhere between 21 degrees Aries and 1 degree Taurus. Uranus is messing with you big time right now, making you feel like breaking up is the only way to make things right again. Sometimes that’s the right way to go, but other times it’s not. Either way, Uranus doesn’t care. He just wants you to take extreme measures, and he wants you to do it now. Cool your heels to avoid doing anything you’re only going to regret in the future.

The litmus test is whether you are getting just as much out of your relationship as you are putting in. The SIX OF COINS reminds us that the best relationships are those of equal energy exchange. It doesn’t feel good to always be the giver or taker. Find a way to restore the balance, or get out.

Advice – TEN OF CUPS

Focus on people who love you, not on people who are hanging around only because you have something to offer. Love is not about filling deficits, but enhancing what is already good thing.

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Weekend Reading for May 12-15, 2017

By: VICTORIA WILSON on MAY 12, 2017

Hanson Roberts Tarot

Mars in Gemini trine Jupiter in Libra

SIX OF PENTACLES, THREE OF PENTACLES & THE HANGED MAN

With Mars trine Jupiter our efforts yield good things that bring blessings and opportunities for expansion. And the cards suggest that we can maximize those opportunities by practicing generosity. What do you need? What can you give?

Opportunities – SIX OF PENTACLES

Because the human ego is concerned with self-preservation, we feel a need to stockpile things like money, clothes, cards, and even food. And when we accumulate more than we can use, we call ourselves “rich.” But is it really necessary to have so many things? Animals generally don’t collect like we do, and they manage to survive just fine. The Six of Pentacles reminds us that stuff is meant to be used, and there is only so much stuff that we can use at once. Figure out what you really “need,” and re-home everything else. A little generosity goes a long way.

Warning – THREE OF PENTACLES

A man is hard at work with his back turned towards the people in the Six of Pentacles. He’s getting things done, but he’s oblivious to the idea of giving and receiving. Think about how much more he could get done if he accepted some help. No man is an island. Don’t fall into the trap of thinking that you can handle everything on your own.When you step up to help someone today, tomorrow someone else will do the same for you.

Advice – THE HANGED MAN

The Hanged Man’s strength is his ability to see the world as no one else does. Viewing it from his 180 degree angle, he sees what others don’t. It may seem like a waste to give away things that you have worked so hard to earn. But isn’t it also a waste when something never sees the light of day because it’s been sitting in the back of your closet for the past five years? Reconsider your relationship to the material world, viewing it from the perspective of someone who has nothing.

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Weekend Tarot Reading for March 31 – April 2, 2017

By: VICTORIA WILSON on MARCH 31, 2017

Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot

3/31 #Mercury enters #Taurus

4/2 #Venus enters #Gemini

FOUR OF WANDS, SIX OF PENTACLES & THE SUN

On Friday Mercury moves into Taurus, encouraging all of us to think in more grounded and practical terms. We’re not so open to new ways of thinking as we are the ideas that have already been proven to work. There’s also something to be said for having hard evidence in the form of something that you can touch, feel, or see, before drawing any conclusions.

Conservative thinking does not slow down our readiness to make new acquaintances. Venus enters Gemini on Sunday. We are feeling driven to put ourselves out there and meet many different kinds of people. Keep it lighthearted and fun, and stay out of heavy emotional drama.

With the weekend transits in mind, I asked Tarot, “How can we guard against thinking that is overly rigid and dogmatic, especially when we’re mingling with folks we just met?”

In the FOUR OF WANDS we see two people standing behind the huppah. One wears blue while the other wears red, symbolizing the different viewpoints from which they hail. Behind them, people wearing all kinds of colors are having a good time. Getting along doesn’t mean we need to agree on everything. It means we respect someone else enough to allow them to be an independent thinker.

The SIX OF PENTACLES reminds us that life is a matter of give and take. We dispense information that we are knowledgeable in, and we receive information when we don’t know enough. Sometimes we forget that conversation is not about winning or losing, its about having an exchange of ideas.

THE SUN reminds us that life isn’t worth living if it isn’t enjoyable. Unless you have a stronghold on Truth with a capital “T,” lighten up. It’s not necessary to take yourself so seriously. And if you’re not enjoying the conversation, then don’t have it. There’s plenty of people to talk to in this world. Move on to those who float your boat.

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Tarot Tip: Court Cards Channel the Energies of Major Arcana Cards

By: VICTORIA WILSON on FEBRUARY 3, 2017

Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot

Court Cards can be read as people who channel the energies of a corresponding Major Arcana card.

Many Tarot readers agree that the Court Cards are hands-down the most difficult cards to interpret. To better understand the personalities of the Court Cards, try pairing each one with a Major Arcana card. In this schema, the Major Arcana card represents the archetypal energy being expressed by the person represented in the Court Card.

For example, when I see the QUEEN OF CUPS, I think of a personality that is quiet, secretive, self-reflective, and relies heavily on her intuition. The Queen of Cups represents a person who is experiencing the energies and learning the lessons of THE HIGH PRIESTESS.

The QUEEN OF SWORDS represents a person who expresses his or her intellect in a feminine way. This is very similar to the energy of JUSTICE, which is all about creating fairness, objectivity, and partnership. We can think of the Queen of Swords as someone who strives to render an unbiased decision. We can also think of her as someone who uses words to connect with people.

The KING OF WANDS channels the energy of THE EMPEROR. He is a proud leader who likes to take charge and do things his way. He also wants to be where all the action is, although his responsibilities may prevent him from doing that.

I see the PAGE OF WANDS as a person who expresses the archetypal energy of THE FOOL. This person is adventurous, innocent, and wide open to whatever life brings his or her way. Page of Wands type people are also prone to take risks and venture into unfamiliar territory.

Since there are 22 Major Arcana and 16 Court Cards, not every Major is going to be used. Choose the Majors that make the most sense to you. Hopefully this system will help you identify the kind of person being represented by any given Court Card.

Rider-Waite-Smith Tarot

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