NINE OF SWORDS WORRY GUILT ANGUISH [ Actions ] [ Opposing Cards ] [ Reinforcing Cards ] [ Description ] [ Reversed? ] ACTIONS worrying doubting all will go well brooding making yourself sick over your troubles going over and over an issue feeling anxious and tense getting worked up feeling guilty regretting some offense
by Leslie Spier http://www.themystica.com/mystica/articles/a/ancestor_worship.html A religious form of worship which emphasizes the influence of deceased relatives on the living. The worship is not a religion in and of itself, but a facet of religious expression which recognizes an element beyond human control. This form of worship is at the core of people’s religious practices such
Three: The spiritual meaning of number Three deals with magic, intuition, fecundity, and advantage. The number Three invokes expression, versatility, and pure joy of creativity. Three is also a time identifier as it represents Past, Present and Future. Consecutive Threes in your life may symbolize the need to express yourself creatively, or consider your present
King of Swords Tarot Card Meanings Keywords Upright: Clear thinking, intellectual power, authority, truth Reversed: Manipulative, tyrannical, abusive King of Swords Tarot Card Meanings and Description The King of Swords sits upon his throne of command, holding a large upward-pointing, double-edged sword in his right hand, while his left hand rests gently upon his lap.
Sunday, July 08, 2012 In readings, the King of Swords asks you to take the kinds of actions he might take. For example: telling the truth, thinking up a solution, communicating well, or judging fairly. This King can also represent a man or woman who is acting as he does, or an atmosphere of reason,
I donated to a local homeless paper today that claims to “empower” and “give pride” to its members, turning them into productive members of society now as “entrepreneurs.” The motherfuckas still look homeless. Labels suck total ass. But anyways, someone had written this on the paper I purchased: Ezekiel 33:11 Me, always searching for clues
Sunday, July 01, 2012 The Four of Cups represents a period of self-reflection and inaction and/or quiet deliberation or contemplation. The querent is being pushed into a bad situation or forced to do something that seems undesirable to him. This card can also predict that the querent might have to undergo a time of tribulation
I come out here to see what you’ve been up to, and find that you are just as predictable and pathetic as you always were. BTW – How are the girls, you loser? LOL