Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : I keep getting the 7 of wands in tarot readings?

What does this tell me? I’m relatively new to tarot, and not sure what it means that I continue to get this card.

Answer by Dr. Bear, Pediatrician
it means you are going to be be raped and murdered

Answer by ixiruxa
explanation for the 7 of wands:
This card teaches not only the value of courage, but the value of fear in your everday life. The Seven of Wands in the Rider-Waite variants is shown as a battle, but not one like the Five of Wands where there is no strategy and no cohesion. On the Seven, one man stands tall against all comers, and he will defend his ground until the end. Surely he must be somewhat afraid in the face of six armed foes – any of us would be. But the remarkable thing about the Seven of Wands is that it gives you the power to feel your fear, use your fear and thereby conquer your fear.

Or to use a more modern phrase, the Seven of Wands shows that now is time to feel the fear, and do it anyway. By facing your fears and turning them to your advantage, you grow even stronger, and ready to face the next obstacle in your path. Indeed, there can be no courage without fear to inspire it. That fear does not need to be your master any more. If an opportunity calls you, cast away your doubt and go for it with courage in your hands. If you feel that now is the time to take a step towards your dream, throw hesitation to the winds and let nothing stand in your way.

The appearance of the Seven of Wands can often be a reminder that you must stand up for yourself and for what you believe in. At times like this it is important to know exactly where you stand, or else you might end up fighting against yourself! So, before you charge off to battle, take a moment to see exactly what it is you are fighting for. The hill is not only a defensive position but a good survey ledge too. If you see that the cause is worthy and your position is stable, proceed with confidence. If you think fighting is not needed, then don’t fight, for he who knows when not to fight is often he who will be victorious.

Like the figure on the card, the Seven of Wands often shows that you hold the moral “high ground” and your arguments are the right one, despite the sheer numbers of people who try to convince you otherwise. Though the odds may seem insurmountable, recall that the advantage always goes to the defender who knows his position better than the enemy does. Hold your ground, because victory will be yours eventually. Inner courage is a force far stronger than physical strength, and a determined combatant can often withstand the attacks of others as long as he needs to.

This page was made by James Rioux (The Black Shadow), bshadow@nbnet.nb.ca.

Answer by Crimson
Card meaning varies upon placement, but as a general rule of thumb, 7 Wands is “king of the hill.”

If this card is a significator (represents you,) It says that you are in a position that must be defended. People are competing for your position, so must be sure to maintain it. The card advises the reader to stay on top of things, and MOST importantly, Don’t let people drag you down.

In the context of work, this card would represent someone in a desirable position. (prevalence of Earth element, or pentacles)
In a social position, this card describes a leader. (prevalence of Fire/Wands, or Water/Cups)
In a relationship, this card would describe someone who defends his/her relationship, or has to make sure that the pitfalls don’t outweigh the good times. (prevalence of Cups/Water)
In war and strategy, this card represents someone who has to defend their base, or valuables. (prevalence of Swords/Air, maybe reversed Pentacles/Earth)

If you want to learn the tarot, I highly recommend Tarot Plain and Simple by Anthony Lewis
And the Robin Wood Deck.

Source : Yahoo AnswersQuestion : What is the difference between Fate and Faith?

I know the literal and dictionary definitions obviously. But I’m wondering what is the difference between the theory of “fate” and the way christians and other religious people see the world. Do they coincide or are they unrelated?
Like, for exapmle, I just saw the movie Signs and was wondering about it
Perhaps I should rephrase. I mean, what is the differnce between FATE, and what religious people beleive is SUPPOSED to happen bc of a higher power.

Answer by tchloe0809
Faith is like believing in something. For example, I have faith that you’ll pass this test.
Fate is when your life is already predestined or mapped out. For example, no one knows your life, but God. No tarot card reader, psychic reader, or Ouija Board can predict your life; Only you can and that’s through choices and free-will through God. Faith and fate are two different things; There is no theory of fate because it’s all in what you believe in.

Answer by Garth
fate is what makes u faith is a belief

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Tarot Reading for April 15, 2013 – Psychic, Intuitive & Clairvoyant Insight

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