Too good to be true? The Moon fogs our sight and clouds our minds | Weekly Reading | 29 March 2021

Too good to be true? XVIII The Moon card says probably so, creating a fog over the reading, clouding our sight and our minds, and with the VII Swords in the mix, this ‘fog’ is most likely purposeful. Proceed with caution this week, and trust only in yourself VII The Chariot.

XVIII The Moon + IV Wands + VII Swords ~ Shadowed: VII The Chariot

XIV Temperance (Sagittarius) ‘The Alchemy of Humanity’s Water & Wine’

Temperance is an alchemical card. Medieval alchemy was fundamentally about trying to transform the essence of things, usually from something base to something refined. The most obvious and well known example is the attempt to turn lead into gold, but more broadly, alchemy can be understood as the attempt to purify and refine, not only with physical objects (such as metals) but with the human soul itself. Spiritually then, XIV Temperance is about the transformation of the soul in this manner and specifically about taking parts of the soul and concentrating them into something whole and beautifully unique.

VII Cups ‘Victory in Emotion’ Manifestation via Fantasy of Feelings

VII Cups is a very important card. The unique emotional power of fantasy found within Seven of Cups, when aligned in Truth with Source/God, I’ve deemed the three essential ingredients harnessed in the alchemy of manifestation. Experiencing the feelings, and knowing the joy that will be yours again, once your fantasised hopes and earnest desires become realised materially in the physical realm.
The emotional intensity enjoyed via visualisations, imagination, and fantasy found in the 7C seems to be the much sought after missing ‘key” (being pre-imagined feelings) which bridges the enormous divide between intention and actual material manifestation.

Planets & Energies Affecting Tarot Readings & Interpretations

As a reader, the energies at play at any given moment in time (planets, and most especially moon phases etc), in addition to the querants energy (i.e. the individual you are Tarot reading for, possibly this individual is sitting across from you in a traditional Tarot reading) play an ENORMOUS part and tremendously effect how a reader will interpret the Tarot cards in that reading at that time.

IV Swords ‘Truce’ Meditation and The Akashic Records

Would you invite a known thief into your home? Allowing this thief to blatantly steal your hard earned luxuries and items right in front of you? So why do we allow insidious and negative thoughts to make themselves comfortable, and at home within our heads, consuming our minds and robbing us of all joy and happiness? The power to choose positivity is an authority within each one us. Choose wisely.

III The Empress (Venus)

III Empress shadowed by King of Swords: the two of these cards together is about the integration and nurturing of the two energies, closing the gap between the Yin and the Yang, the combination creating a whole and becoming complete (our focus number nine). These two cards together combine emotional, physical, and intellectual. The female beauty who speaks truth plainly commands both respect and admiration. The Judge in a legal dispute is both discerning and understanding in his balanced and fair rulings.

VI The Lovers (Gemini)

Major Arcana VI The Lovers certainly sounds romantic doesn’t it? It must be about romance, it has the word ‘Lovers’ in the title of the card! Alas, I’ve never found anything remotely romantic to be found in this card historically in my readings, although many other readers have, and do treat this card as THE romantic catalyst card. Most often VI The Lovers is a connector card, or reads as a ‘connection’ between an array of possible partnerships. We have partnerships in celebration today, possibly Divinely inspired happy get-together’s with our Angel overseeing all in the VI The Lovers card. Basically both teams involved in the celebration with these two cards today, are all genuinely enjoying in each others happiness.

VI Wands ‘Victory’

This card is all about winning at any cost and involves the game players, cheaters, pretenders, controllers, frenemies and energy vampires we all have to interact within our lives. 6W is associated with propaganda, self-interest, hidden agendas, using other people and their resources for self benefit, and most often is my red flag card signifying ‘bullshit’ or ‘narcissist’ if 6W is representing a person.

XIX The Sun + I The Magician Shadowed: VII Pentacles ‘Failure’

“Right place, at the right time, with the best attitude” for today.
Will the Sun illuminate some trickery, or reveal some deliberately concealed Truths today? 7P says all will come to light ‘eventually’, the importance of matters that occur today, may not be realised until a later time.
XIX The Sun + I The Magician & Shadow Card: VII Pentacles ‘Failure’ (RWS) Bide your time… Success not instant will feel like failure, patience and thoroughness is required.

So together these two cards talk about goodness manifesting, determined to find truth, will and determination to be good, speaking your truth freely, acting out of goodness etc or the flip side maybe the big kid who’s a fast talker, or acting impulsively and/or childishly.

IV Cups ‘Luxury’ Shadowed: XVIII The Moon

I’ve often heard Four of Cups (4C) referred to as the ‘drinking’ card, associated with excessive partying, over indulgence, boredom and inebriation, but haven’t connected any of that previously with the RWS 4C lazy scene, where nothing much seems to be going on at all. The Four of Cups refusal of present day, and his current reality, that includes gifts laden with potential for growth and experiencing new states of being, implies that this figure is still back in the Three of Cups (3C) ‘party in full swing’ mode, and obstinately refusing to move at all.

Tarot Numerology

I realised the importance of Uranus or God as being 0 and outside of ourselves (the beginning), and Uranus (God) being within Man as number 22 additionally, 22 being the Master Builder number (also referred to as the Holy Spirit in Christianity) and 22 is the number of Major Arcana cards within the 78-cards of the Tarot deck.

That was difficult to explain, and I had great difficulty wrapping my head around these new concepts. I’ve always loved numbers for their Universal Truth and inability to lie.

Through researching my new Tarot numbering system my number Loving has only strengthened, with a new Passion for Sacred Geometry.