Life Is A Game of Cards: What’s In Your Hand?

Life is a Game of Cards: What’s In Your Hand?

Part 2 of the BLOG from the Radio Show: http://www.blogtalkradio.com/thebodymindandspiritnetwork/2012/09/05/beyond-the-5-senses

Tarot cards were originally used to play a card game that was very similar to bridge. As with the Tarot cards today, 21 of the special cards served as permanent trumps. These could be played regardless of what suit was led, and outranked all the ordinary cards just as the Trump cards of the Major Arcana do today. The game became known as the Game of Triumphs and was popular especially among the upper classes of society. In my radio show I use numerology and astrology through birthdates for more accurate readings of both a deck of playing cards and the Tarot Cards.

 

Each radio show begins with a protection blessing. If you are reading this blog you may do the same by cocooning yourself in protective mirrored light that only allows that which is of the highest and best to enter into any Tarot information. Everything else is reflected back from whence it came. We wish it so and therefore it is.

 

In this blog, I have the time to add additional information concerning the personal readings including synchronicities that become apparent during the show.  What are synchronicities? By definition a Synchronicity is a noun, an apparently meaningful coincidence in time of two or more similar or identical events that are causally unrelated. As you read this blog you may see even more. Often the synchronicities will mirror what is happening in your life. This is because we are all connected by the Greater Oneness of Life. There are no accidents, only accidently on purposes.

 

During the show, I introduce callers to their personal Conventional Playing Card and Tarot Divination Card by using their birthdates.  I connect these with numerology and astrology. These are then used for readings and dream interpretations.

After the show, I post the readings and additional pertinent information that correlates with the reading on my blog. Callers are identified by their name and area code.

 

After the show, I post the readings and additional pertinent information that correlates with the readings on my blog. Callers are identified by their name and area code. Chat room people are identified by their chat names.

 

In this blog, I have the time to add additional information concerning the personal readings including synchronicities that become apparent during the show.  What are synchronicities? By definition a Synchronicity is a noun, an apparently meaningful coincidence in time of two or more similar or identical events that are causally unrelated. As you read this blog you may see even more. Often the synchronicities will mirror what is happening in your life. This is because we are all connected by the Greater Oneness of Life. There are no accidents, only accidently on purposes.

 

Here is Part II of their stories, dreams, challenges and triumphs over adversity, and the tarot cards that answered and validated their questions and concern…..

 

Today’s show’s synchronicity were the numbers 7 and 8. These numbers turned up in many readings and birthdays.  The suite that showed up the most was Wands.

 

To end the show, Trudy wanted to ask the Universe about our involvement in the Middle East. It was a general question.

 

Trudy drew 7 of Cups by choosing the direction of the West.

The number 7 is a mystical and sacred number that is a combination of 3 heaven—the  spiritual number of Father, Son and Holy Spirit, plus the number 4, the number of the earth plane when related to the dual nature of man. It is the number of basic musical notes, seven colors of the spectrum, seven days a week. On a metaphysical level seven relates to the seven endocrine centers of the body, the chakras. The seventh spiritual center—the pituitary, divine universal love and spiritual healing.  Seven is the number of a complete period or cycle and in the Bible deals with the seven seals, the seven trumpets.

Mohammed saw seven knots on the rope hanging from heaven.

 

Cups are the water cards of love and happiness. During medieval times they were also representative of the clergy and the message of salvation through the sharing of blood and wine. The suite of Cups has come to represent love, harmony, good faith and benign influence. This love is not just romantic love, it is also friendship and love of one’s fellow humans and mankind.

Cup’s messages are almost always positive. They negates negative elements in any reading and help to empower or make a situation better. They often  point the way to a solution.

 

The seven of Cups is the ILLUSIONARY SUCCESS Card. The Daydream Card. The positive side to daydreams is that they are he first step in manifesting a solution in the earth plane. Believe in daydreams because we can make them our reality. It is a card that signifies a time of  great creative potential and the energy to make use of the dream by manifesting it—bringing it in from the 4th dimension of consciousness to the 3rd—reality.

This card offers a multitude of possibilities in the Middle East within reach but still only castles in the sky. It is time to manifest them in reality through spiritual energy.

The Middle East is still in a state of total confusion. With so many possibilities at hand it is a kid in a candy store changing its mid at every turn and carrying more than it can handle.

The Middle East needs some calm time and space to sort things out through meaningful choices rather than emotional outbursts. The Middle East is overwhelmed and feels pulled in many directions. His cards says it needs to respond with love rather than react with emotion, and  to allow love and positive feelings to be its guide into the future.


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