Monday, August 15, 2011

Sexual Key To The Tarot: XI JUSTICE

First off, whenever you see a sword upright, it's an obvious phallic symbol.  If it comes up reversed, then you know what won't be happening in the future.

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

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