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Tarot: What is the TFC bringing into focus in February 2022?

A few days ago, I wanted to pull just a single card from the tarot about the TFC and leave it at that for now, and wouldn’t you know I got the Justice card.

Doesn’t that say it all. The Justice system will be in the spotlight. We’ll see how justice plays out this month and it already looks like a lot of people are waking up to seeing how much injustice is taking place that requires real justice to set things right.

Justice requires truth to bring balance and revealing the truth is the core of what’s happening.

The sword represents the mind and decision making and the scales are associated with the measure of all things in truth. Scales are also associated with money and the measure of commodities, goods, food and supplies. This is fitting to be happening at this time as we just had The Destiny Point enter Taurus on January 18, 2022.

What’s also interesting is that we have Uranus the ruler of Aquarius, also in Taurus now, and Saturn is in Aquarius. We are likely to see a lot more focus on the connections between big tech, authority figures, politics and big business as well as charity and non-profit organizations.

The Justice card is ruled by Libra indicating the need for balance and harmony in relationships, and also reminds us to be conscious of biases. We could see a lot of legal issues come up this month in how things are being dealt with, and rights being a strong topic.

Venus is the ruler of Libra, and Venus is currently in Capricorn, the sign of politics, and big business. With Venus, the goddess of love, indicated now it reminds us of the bonds of relationships we have with one another and coming together.

The Truth Will Set You Free.

How interesting this card was the one that arose when this situation is centered around someone with a name that starts with J-u-s-t-i….

Tarot: New Messages, Information Influencing Worldviews

Here we have the Page of Wands, Knight of Swords, 2 of Wands.

The Page of Wands represents a bringer of news, new ideas, new inspirations, new learning and new understanding. The page is a student looking with fresh eyes and new beginnings.

Learning of new information, possibly information about the past that you didn’t know before, can change your worldview and your goals.

If you are facing a proposition that you don’t like try not to overreact. Your reaction to new information can significantly  change the course of events. If you charge forward too quickly you may end up heading in the wrong direction.

The Page represents a young energy and can be quite hopeful but can also be naive and unsure of the full details. The Page is usually a messenger for another, rather than the originator of the message, and so therefore can be seen as having a narrow view and may simply be sending out a message according to what another wants to be heard.

The Knight of Swords is considered quite a stormy character, even fanatical, and goes full steam ahead towards his goal and in pursuit of looking for information or spreading information. You can see that the horses eye is looking back as if wondering why the heck this Knight is making him charge ahead with such full on determination. The Knight is a warrior and can get quite charged.

The truth is, each of us only knows so much. Nobody knows everything and information we are exposed to is always changing. Most of us only know the surface of things, gathering a little bit of info here and a little bit of info there that contributes to our overall worldview. So, of course we do have to be mindful of what or who the source of information is and their intention.

The Knight of Swords charging toward the Page of Wands signifies that there can be an eagerness for knowing more, but also that there could be a conflict of ideas, perhaps a disagreement. What really is the truth?

The Knight wants to know who the source of information is, and that it better be reliable and credible because rationality is highly important to the Knight. The Knight of Swords is not to be swayed by emotions, and wants to know and make sense of the information to determine what the real Truth is.

Of course, what each of us know is totally dependent on the information we are exposed to, as well as our biases towards what we will or will not want to think about or accept as reality. Whether it is a news headline, opinions of others, or information we learn of in passing, we should all know better than to simply believe something just because something has been said. There needs to be more force in our assessment to get to the bottom of things.

In the last card, we see a man holding a globe in the Two of Wands representing different influences on worldviews and choices.

There is a lot of active energy here. Wands and Swords are active, energized principles, eager for growth and change. We could see a push for new information, more information to gain clarity.

These cards together represent decision making, and the requirement that decisions will change based on new information that comes in. The new information can lead to a change in direction, even a backtracking to ensure that the correct decisions are made.

In any case, especially in terms of important life or business decisions, make sure you seek out all the information and you’ve analyzed it for accuracy before working towards manifesting your goals. It’s important to have an objective outlook and discernment. Don’t be naive.

These cards represent individual choices. It can require a lot of personal courage to take the most informed, best route instead of just following along with the crowd.

Taking information at face value and automatically interpreting it as truth simply because you hold a bias, or you want to believe the messenger is telling you the truth, should be avoided. Inquiry, debate and logical, rational thinking will help you weed out truth from fiction.

Success is possible when you have an idea that is well thought out. Seek out the best information. Confidence in knowing that your ideas can manifest real world achievements.

Remember that rumors, lies and half-truths tend to spread far and wide fast, while the whole truth has always been the narrowest route. You may have to step back and do a bit more inquiry to know if the information you’re facing is really the truth or not.

Come back again to get new insights for your life from the tarot.

Tarot: What Happens When People Take the V?

Here is a short, but to the point interpretation.

2 Pentacles Reversed: new complications, contradictory chances, contradictory tasks, life out of balance, balance shifts in unexpected direction, caught off guard, inability to handle conflict or several situations at once, wrong decisions made due to confusion from stress and carelessness, panic, rigidity, anxiety in the face of change, long held positions can no longer be defended, the consciousness is easily rattled when confronted with life’s challenges, refusing to accept inevitable.

4 of Cups: uncertain feelings, weariness, decaying joy, refusal, hesitation, be careful of making rash decisions, emotions interfere with rational decision making, mood swings, ignoring situation that should be addressed, intuitive reluctance, dissatisfaction with conditions and directions, not grasping what is in front of you.

Wheel Of Fortune Reversed: constant changes, as above so below, turning point, search for the center, out of control, seeking power, blame bad luck, stagnation, the project stalls, not listening to inner voice, relying on luck, loving vibrations blocked, cynicism, skepticism, lack of ideas, materialistic thinking. 

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Tarot Interpretation February, 2021.