Sunday, November 3, 2019

Whats really going on?

My ex has bought land and is building a house with his 'fiance'. What is really going on?

Part 1
The Hierophant - this card represents an established set of spiritual values and beliefs and suggests you are following convention and staying within the bounds of a ‘tried and tested’ model. Instead, you adhere to the key principles and rules that you know will lead to a successful result. In the past position, this indicates a structured belief system and strong sense of cultural identity in your past.

Here the Hierophant is the first Acolyte Card. Your individuality is being subsumed to a higher cause in an epic surrender of self to ideal. The Acolytes are the two priests who kneel before the Pope. Following him is The Devil who has two prisoners chained to their self-destructive cycle of pleasure-seeking. With the large number of Pentacles in this reading the Devil is about money and the display of wealth and success.

The Devil - The Devil card represents your shadow (or darker) side and the negative forces that constrain you and hold you back from being the best version of yourself. You may be at the effect of negative habits, dependencies, behaviours, thought patterns, relationships, and addictions. When The Devil card is in the past position, your dealings with a domineering person or situation are over and done with. The foundation on which your life operates has the experience of this intense relationship at its core, but you have new structures in your life from which to operate and excel. It is good news to have The Devil in the past position. The chains have been broken.

Two Swords - The Two of Swords indicates that you are facing a challenging decision, but you are unclear about which option to take. Both possibilities may seem equally good – or equally bad – and you are stumped about which will lead you to the best outcome. The Two of Swords comes as a reminder that many of life’s decisions are difficult ones and rarely come with clear-cut answers. Avoidance will lead to greater conflict and stagnation. When the Two of Swords is in the present position, there are too many things you are willfully ignoring for you to make a decision. Your current outlook is one of either stubborn apathy or obtuse denial.

Nine Pentacles - Pentacles represent materialism, wealth and the consequences waiting for us in the real world.You have worked hard to create abundance in your life, and the Nine of Pentacles says now you can finally enjoy the fruits of your labour. The irony of the Nine of Pentacles in this position is that it becomes difficult to critique the boredom that occurs when wealth and materialism overtake us when that very boredom is a goal toward which we are striving.

Five Cups - The Five of Cups often appears in a Tarot reading when a situation hasn’t turned out the way you expected, and you are sad, regretful, and disappointed. Instead of moving on with your life, you are choosing to wallow in your self-pity. All you can focus on right now is what went wrong and how you failed. In the Future position, this card could be telling you to look more closely at the things in your life that would break your heart were drastic change to occur.

Part 2
Six Pentacles - In the past position, the Six of Pentacles indicates a parental relationship that was wrapped up in the desire for wealth to the point of being controlled by materialism. You have accumulated great wealth and are now in a position to offer financial assistance to those in need. You may also be inclined to make a loan to someone on the premise that they will eventually pay you back once they are back on their feet. This is a loan built on trust and good faith, knowing that if you give something away, it will come back to you. The Six of Pentacles is a card representing financial harmony. The amounts flowing in and out are in balance, and you are thankful for what you have and happy to share with others in need.

Eight Cups - When the Eight of Cups shows up in a Tarot reading, you may feel compelled to walk away from a disappointing situation. Now, the only choice is to put it behind you and move on with your life, even if it brings you sadness as you say goodbye. The Eight of Cups suggests you sense that something is missing, particularly on an emotional or spiritual level, and instead of waiting around for things to get better, you know you need to leave that unfulfilling situation. The strength of this card is in the person actually having left the situation – this is a motivation for you to make a radical change with your current situation.

The Moon - The Moon represents your fears and illusions and often comes out when you are projecting fear into your present and your future, based on your past experiences. You may have a painful memory that caused emotional distress, and rather than dealing with the emotions you pushed them down deep into your subconscious. Now, these emotions are making a reappearance, and you may find yourself under their influence on a conscious or subconscious level. The Moon can indicate a time of uncertainty and illusion, when nothing is what it seems. Be careful of making fast decisions when the Moon appears because you may later realise you only had half the information you needed. You need to listen to and trust your intuition so you can see beyond what is in front of you.

Ace Pentacles - represents new beginnings, opportunities, and potential – and as a Pentacles card, these new beginnings correlate to the material world: finances, wealth, career, physical health and manifestation of your goals. The Ace is the dominant type of card and pulsates its energy over the whole reading.

Two Wands - When the Two of Wands appears in a Tarot reading, you are not ready to make your move – it is more important that you establish a clear plan before proceeding. You are exploring your options and carefully plotting out the path ahead, accounting for all possibilities and potential challenges. 

The future position is a weak position for the Two Wands. Sure, you will be outspoken in the coming months or years. But the isolation over your nonconformity could be startling. Expressing your opinions in an inappropriate manner and at the wrong time could lead you to ruling a kingdom of one: yourself. The Two of Wands can be the happy leader of the revolution celebrating having done the world some good or it could be a cranky old man on the porch hollering at the neighborhood kids to get off of his lawn. What is a refreshing urge to confront in order to resolve something in the past and present becomes a love of confrontation for its own sake. If the Two of Wands shows up in your reading in this position, it is the Tarot’s way of reminding you to get some hobbies in order to have a diverse array of activities to enjoy.

Summary - The ex is on a path driven by finances, success and the conformed rules of being successful. He already knows that he is not happy, there are problems he is not dealing with. He will come to a time when he will stand back and see all that he has accomplished but that will not make him happy, it will be an empty success. He will walk away to a potential new beginning but that again will cause him to look further afield.

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