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Monday, September 19, 2005

My tarot reading for today

No, I'm not a believer in the tarot arts; I just think it's fun to see what comes up based on very general information. Today's reading is from Question: Future Success Deck: Renaissance Reading: Creative Process

The card in the middle represents the creative force behind the project, be it a person, organization, or other entity. Seven of Swords (Futility), when reversed: Uncertainty. Disagreements.

The card on the top represents imagination - the prophetic image that stems from the creative force of the previous card to initiate the project. This is the poetry or voice of the undertaking. Six of Coins (Success), when reversed: Refusal to help others. Pomposity. Stinginess.

The card on the left represents emotion - the feelings aroused by or surrounding the ideation of the project that takes place in the previous card. This is the music or scent of the undertaking. Eight of Staves (Swiftness), when reversed: Bewilderment. Awe. Temporary immobility.

The card on the bottom represents thought - the analytical process of organizing the project and capturing the emotional content of the previous card. This is the science or vision of the undertaking. Queen of Staves, when reversed: A dilettante. An impatient or jaded connoisseur. A superficial or pretentious person. A frustrated artist.

The card on the right represents manifestation - the real work involved in completing the project, and the form it will take upon culmination. This is the painting or touch of the undertaking. The Chariot: Victory. Triumph over opposition. New order. Change by force. The chariot of the soul pulled to one side by the force of vigilance and restraint, or drawn to the other side by the force of passions.

What does all this means? Beats me. I don't even know why some items are bolded. The only thing I understand is "frustrated artist." But "superficial?" "Dilettante?" Nawww. And I do help others!

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