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  • Lloyd Hargrove

    Nice…

    August 20, 2012
  • Lloyd Hargrove

    Admittedly like anyone else I am somewhat biased in this regard, but here goes:

    Wands, wands, wands…
    The Queen shown is a real aspect of the Divine Feminine, however the cat in the foreground is a servant of the Demiurge which serves as both a guide and a witness to the inquirant. The cat in this case sits between the viewer and the Queen in a pose that blocks this path. One is advised to steer away from the cat when ever it appears like this… anytime. This does not negate the reality of the Divine Feminine, it’s just that such a direct path is not advised at this time.

    Next with the five is shown a confusion of numerous ideologies, each with it’s own opposing ideas. This is much like a battle, evidently much is going on within the mind as it seeks to sort out things.

    The nine shows the survivor of such battles, though much wounded he now stands fast in defense of that which he has determined to be worth fighting for…

    Although often mistaken for a man resting, the four of swords in this particular deck quite accurately shows a funerary effigy of a Christian knight whose tomb rests inside of a church. Such an effigy amounts to the highest honor for one who has served a specific purpose deemed most worthy… The three standing swords are symbolic of the trinity. The one sword which rests beside the casket is symbolic of the deceased’s service.

    August 20, 2012
    • Thanks Lloyd! Are you sure that you don’t read cards? You seem to be pretty good at it. BB / 93!

      August 20, 2012
  • Lloyd Hargrove

    So I have a highly developed sense of imagination? The skeptic in me says that I’ve subconsciously managed to use Dr. Tyson’s cards here to give myself a Jungian individuation which requires such an imagination. Perhaps this is true, but the cards are and say what the cards are and say. Besides, you drew them, not me. 😉

    It could also be that the good Dr. Tyson and I have some things such as this in common which would also help explain why I am here on this web page considering his purported fortunes instead of catching another twenty minutes or so of sleep. I am now being drawn away by another force called… coffee!

    August 21, 2012
    • I hope the force was with you this morning! Also I appreciate your sacrifice of twenty mintues of sleep. As a fan of the SNOOZE button myself, I sympathize and respect the effort to rise earlier than normal to comment here in the blog. *KUDOS*

      For the record I prefer to use Tarot in a similar manner as you did, (if I was not mistaken) where a spread may cause one to reflect upon themselves and what is currently going on in their life. I don’t view the tarot as revealing anything certain or definite, but instead as a what if. Also, it causes one to “stop, colaborate, and listen.” – Vanilla Ice

      August 21, 2012
  • Lloyd Hargrove

    To be fair to the cat with the Queen, dream interpretation says the cat is something to be taken as intuitive, someone else may follow the cat, while my feeling is that it is a friendly warning me from something.

    August 21, 2012

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