Wednesday, August 24, 2011
The Hanged Man's face is not one of suffering, but of entrancement. This is the card of all sexual narcissists into which category all mastubators fall.
The Hanged-Man nature, early in life, adopts an idea of what his penis should look like, feel like, function like, respond like , and act like, not-withstanding biological facts to the contrary. This is the card of self-lovers who feel their genitals are meant for some great and grand purpose, usually other than sexual intercourse. Thus the nimbus about the head. This nature would rather have the head of his organd (glans penis, clitoris) ''martyred'' than functioning in an unworthy manner. This nature usually experiences a post-pubertal collision with the ''factos of life'' and is henceforth disillusioned. Since these ''facts of life'' do not conform with this nature's idealistic outlook, it would rather suffer celibacy.
Some of the nature turn to chronic masturbation, finding auto-eroticism more to their liking than heterosexual activities with the impassioned and demanding sexual organs of the opposite sex. Some do nothing at all, suspending their sexuality temporarily and perhaps enjoying only nocturnal emissions. The Hanged Man nature thinks ''all women (men) are alike.'' He feels that the opposite sex does not understand him, which is true because they are normal, red-blooded humans who desire their fires of passion extinguished regularly.
In a reading this card suggests a dreamer who cannot accept everyday sexual responsibility, and though this card denotes a person indecision, it also represents an individual at the crossroads of ideal and actual sex. It shows a youth (chronological or psychological) in need of sexual guidance and sex education. The Hanged Man-nature is one worthy of a female's (male's) patience and understanding, for with the proper guidance this nature can become a veritable dynamo in the sexual bed.
This card in a spread also means: Too picky in sexual matters; trials with the opposite sex; sacrifice of sexual pleasure for ideals; emotional sorrow; sexual disappointment.
This card advises the hanged Man nature forgive the opposite sex their so-called weaknesses; choose a sex partner only after taking into consideration your tendency to expect too much; apply the imagination and not idealism to a prospective partner.
This card further shows an awakening after suspension and predicts the possibility of a highly pleasurable sexual future.
-excerpted from ''The Sexual Key To The Tarot'' by Theodor Laurence
Monday, August 15, 2011
The Justice nature cannot be coerced into sexual intercourse but will give freely of her body and passion to the deserving. She will not respond to a stolen or forced kiss, but will melt in the arms of an ardent suitor, who, in the face of all odds, has adamantly pursued her favor.
This nature believes labor should be rewarded and she will see to it that a man gets what he has diligently worked for. On the other hand, the Justice nature doesn't believe that a man should enjoy sex simply because sex exists. When this nature has 2 suitors, because of her sense of equality and justice, both will taste the fruits of their labor. When her sense of probity blankets 10 men, however, this nature experiences hardships, is often accused of sexual immoderation and promiscuity, which in a higher sense is not true. She merely gives each man his just desserts.
This nature will not give of her body, passion, love, or sexuality until she feels it is right and just. She is critical of animal passion and derives no pleasure from aggressive phalli no matter how gross or esthetic, but the phallus which justly deserves her submission will find her more passionate than the lustiest of females.
In a spread we'll see equity of passion; rightness of dispersed affection; probity in selection of sexual mates. It suggests that sexual activity is directly proportionate to sexual pursuit, that orgasmic ecstasy is not a plaything but an equitable result for amorous labor.
--excerpted from ''The Sexual Key to the Tarot.'' by Theodor Laurence
Monday, August 8, 2011
The Wheel means that life is in constant flux, constant change, from hard to flaccid, wet to dry, passion and passivity, celibacy and hyper-sexuality.
Here on the card are all four animals symbolizing the four fixed signs.
The elongated snake symbolizing the constancy of penile utility and genital activity; the wolf like figure (Rider Waite) represents the raw animal passions of man as a separate entity from penile usage/sexual intercourse (the snake).
Passion need not necessarily be satiated or appeased. It signifies that both lust and sexual activity are counterparts and that each follows the other endlessly. The sphinx is emblematic of stability amidst fluctuation and shows the immutability of the phallus amidst changing mores and ethics.
Sexual knowledge is not always obtained experimentally. In the figure, all the fixed signs are reading books. Here we see sex as a learned activity, one that can be studied and read about.
The wings on the creatures are images of the flights of knowledge.
All the four symbols of the fixed signs mean man, in different stages. You have the lower ones on the card, likely reading Hustler....and the images on the top reading the Karma Sutra or The Ultimate Guide to Sex
The lower corners show reading about sex for the self and the upper two are learning about sex for ''us''
Basically in a reading, this card will that passion comes and goes and that nothing is forever. A never ending cycle of desire, gratification, desire, gratification, man pursues woman (or whatever combo you prefer) and woman pursues man.
Changeable sexual activities and partners, new and interesting cohabitators, success in sexual pursuit, increase of sexual partners. Face changes with sexual partners with courage, be alert for sexual opportunities; exercise caution with sexual excess.
Maintain sexual equilibrium. Patience in passion will be rewarded; new sexual contacts require adaptability.
The Hermit lives in a world of attainment. He is not a seeker. He is not lost. The Hermit has found what men seek. He has arrived. He is home. He is a knower. The light he carries is not used to find his own way. He stands upon a high place above the world. The light is for those who follow, that they may see where they are going. The Hermit's message is: That where I am, ye may also be. The staff, a phallic symbol, in his left hand does not relegate sexuality to oblivion as in the case of the Hierophant, but rather signifies that sexuality, once mastered, need no longer occupy a place of supreme importance.
The Hermit-nature, like the Charioteer, has attained sexual excellence, but not by conquest. Here is a lover of the 9th order who has tasted as much of sexual experience as the ferocious Charioteer, but whereas he is demanding and mercurial in his sexual relations, the Hermit-nature is the gourmet who has given countless females sexual gratification. The Charioteer may bring a female to violent orgasm but the Hermit is capable of producing and maintaining a steady, even flux or orgasmic bliss in a female. The one gains merely sexual gratification, no matter how many women he fornicates, whereas the Hermit, gaining sexual satisfaction in process, also gains knowledge of female desires and insight into their sexual motivations and needs--the secret of his complacency.
The blue in his cap (traditional), which covers his mind symbolically, denotes the sexual knowledge which he possesses and applies effectively. The Hermit-nature need not brandish a conquering sword (the dominating penis), but may proceed through life secure in the knowledge of female needs and desires. He is content with the act that he can readily supply what women want, and more. Though his head is bowed, take note that his shoulders do not sag as though in defeat. The Hermit-nature is more than he appears to be. Beneath his cloak of humility is hidden the body of a 100% man. Masculinity and sexual prowess are at his beck and call, beneath his unassuming exterior. They come to the fore, wherever and whenever they are required. Any female in need of such will be more than satisfied.
The Hermit-nature is trustworthy. The rampart, domineering Charioteer may not kiss and tell, but the fact of sexual conquest will show in his demeanor and often on his face, like the cat that ate the canary. But the Hermit-nature will never reveal anything. His countenance and bearing will conceal the fact of sexual escapades forever. This secretive quality greatly enhances the Hermit-nature's desirability. Secretiveness, coupled with his unassuming behavior, makes the Hermit-nature an ideal bed partner for love hungry housewives. The Hermit-nature is not unattainable, the true mystical meaning of the eminence and the beacon. The card says: What I know and experience, you also may know and experience.
--excerpted from ''The Sexual Key To The Tarot'' by Theodor Laurence
The nimbus above the woman's head is symbolic of her endless creativity. The lion, the fiery passion and burning lust of man. That the woman is closing the lion's mouth with her bare hands indicates that man is willing to have his passions tamed by Woman.
Woman's creativity is manifested by her innate demonstration of feminine wiles and coital use of her genitalia to create a life of happiness and sexual bliss. A woman of this nature is a danger to the Charioteer nature, or to any man enjoying sexual freedom, for she possesses the means to sate his every sexual appetite. If a man be her choice of a mate, she will and can go to any sexual lengths to tame him.
This nature knows the man of her choice has already enjoyed various sex acts with various simpler women, so she, broadminded and hypersexual, incorporates all sex acts, perpetrating each with agile precocity, dazzling her lover into submission. That she can and will satisfy the most voracious penis is symbolized by the purple mountain behind her. The flower each represent an orgasm; a series of dynamic and pleasurable orgasms linked together by her insatiable lust.
In a reading we see sexual power and energy; coital activity and creativity; courage in the face of competition; complete success in the pursuit of sex.
A man finding this card in his reading will have such a female in his life. A woman finding it in her reading is being told that she has the sexual strength, coital ability, and feminine wherewithal to overcome the obstacles separating her from the man she desires at the moment.
--excerpted from ''The Sexual Key To The Tarot'' by Theodor Laurence
Monday, August 1, 2011
Here is the Conqueror of Barriers, and in a sexual reading he is a victorious, erect, and princely hero cum porn star. The Charioteer nature wins the heart and body of any female who excites his sexual interest. He conquers women (or men) and conquers any barrier between them. This quality, plus that of being a king by conquest rather than heredity, makes even married women fair game for him. He makes cuckolds out of kings. If this nature has his eye on a married person, their spouse cannot stop him from sexually possessing her; no matter where her reservations lie, he conquers them for her. The female therefore realizes a freedom foreign to her and enjoys complete sexual abandon with him even though she at once knows she cannot possess him for her own. He, and the orgiastic pleasures, will always be sweet memories to her in her world. The Charioteer nature has no time for sweet memories and rampages headlong into yet another sexual affair with another female.
In a reading look for progress made with sexual partners; conquest of barriers to orgasm; good news of forthcoming sexuality. It tells of triumph over enemies, obstacles, and delays. Victory in sexual pursuits through the hard work of convincing females that sexual intercourse is good for them. This card in a female's spread means she will meet a man of this nature.
--Theodor Laurence's ''The Sexual Key to the Tarot''
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