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He’s not fishing. Next card 6 comes along to handily indicate the course of action. He’s counselling. The number 6 is the number of person, but also the number of wicked.

And he happens to be doing this using a deck of tarot cards. Obviously the devil knows what lies at the filthy heart of guy. The host then addresses another point at the audience: What [heterosexual] guy his age wouldn’t have a "girl from his past that still has an emotional effect "? The Celtic Cross.

Cook immediately tries to explain. "No, it’s not only that, but this is about someone who’s sort of undermining your current emotional improvement. Probably the most famous tarot spread is referred to as the Celtic Cross. The host has his arms crossed in front of himhe’s making faces Cook, rubbing his head with his hands as if in pointed out exasperation, and typically making passive competitive jabs at Cook during the scanning session. The heathen idol mocks the Christian version by utilizing an extremely close symbol to match Satanic fantasies. Look.

The spread is much more advanced compared to three card Past, Present, and Future disperse, looking into deeper forbidden zones like the rational and emotional psychological foundation and the reader’s secret hopes and fears. If you don’t ‘ve been doing some serious grounding meditation and also possess an energetic protective mechanism round you thicker compared to the Great Wall of China, that type of hostility coming from another side will have an adverse effect on your ability to tap into that intuitive religious plane you want to be at for readings. One begins using this notorious spread by looking at the significator, stating "this is it. " The second card is laid cross-wise within the card, not really like the picture which is altered for internet convenience.

Paul Hughes-Barlow reading for Jeffery. The second card "spans " the very first, meaning that this picture compounds the significator. Paul Hughes-Barlow. The crowning card over the cross, #3 shows the rational thoughts, while #4 below shows the emotional feelings associated with the matter.

Finally, the host tries to decode Paul Hughes-Barlow. Cards #6 and 5 represent the deadline exactly enjoy the three card PPF’s previous and prospective cards. Should you aren’t familiar with his work, then check out his website at Card #7 shows the asker in their own mindset, while #8 is more concerned with the disposition of the people and environment effecting the situation. He’s the author of The Tarot and the Magus (Aeon Books, 2004) and, with Catherine Chapman, Beyond the Celtic Cross (Aeon Books, 2009).

Card 9 shows either exactly what the asker is fearful of psychic reading or secretly expects. He’s renowned for his job with the Opening of the Major. The final card, #10 shows where the situation leads, the final outcome. I’ve read both of the books and adore both. The Ankh. Highly recommend.

Much like the Celtic Cross, here we’ve got another wicked pagan fake of this crucifix mocking the holy change. Hughes-Barlow is the only one of the 3 readers to not utilize the RWS. The spread is also similar in functioning, except this disperse goes deeper into the background of this query. He’s using the Thoth. This spread hasn’t 1, but two significators, the two crossing cards, #1 and 2. Like Boyle, he has the seeker cut the cards once.

They are equally important. We overlook ‘t hear much from the content of this reading, interestingly enough. Going into the background is exactly what this spread is meant to do, so the next 2 cards reveal the early sources for the situation followed by the triggering causes, the evil force that triggered the dormant seed of those early causes.

We only hear the end thesis. Higher perceptions, card 5 is actually supposed to represent what the LORD thinks about it all. "Basically, you have to do less thinking and more doing," states Hughes-Barlow. This are the card that really matters. The host repeats the statement for a question back to Hughes-Barlow, who participates in the affirmative. Card #6 signifies the concusion of the issue as far as what must take place according to divine fate. Then we proceed to voiceover because Jeffery refers to Hughes-Barlow’s statement for a "vague self-help cliche. " The bottom pillar further exposes the outcome, but in the decreased viewpoints rather than the high over.

As you watch the clip, observe how Hughes-Barlow has his arms folded protectively on his front and also the way he is sitting is very grounded and strong (I don’t know how else to explain it) while the bunch is leaning into, brows furrowed.




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