Threes: Birth-Placing Clarity
The World ~ The Hanged Man ~ The Empress :: XXI ~ XII ~ III
Welcome to my Tarot Birth Card Identity Blog! This blog is intended to be a simple overview of Tarot Birth Cards, a casual and concise walk-through of the groupings of Birth Cards to express some of the ways that they can contribute vital components to identity. Also, I will layer in Birth Card Preludes to express the whole of each Birth Card grouping in a short and integrated statement. You may also find the Preludes to be expansive catalysts, too.
I find that these Preludes, as I like to call them, turbo-readings of sorts, are best stated afterward, later to be utilized as initial triggers to remind one of how the Birth Cards can integrate an overall expression of the Birth Cards from a single voice. And, they can of course be utilized first in a way like a Significator Card comprised of, in this case all 3. Enjoy finding your own path with these, and look forward to hearing your own, personal “trigger” Preludes and Birth Card thoughts directly composed from your feeling-sense of them in Your Tarot voice.
Note also how these Birth Card expressions and Preludes factor in to hook up and work with my videos like the Twos To Pair and Grounding with the Family of the Fours. Enjoy the correspondences of the numbers as they flow back and forth between the Major Arcana in the Birth Cards and each of the suits of the Minor Arcana and Courts in the videos. Also, I encourage you to have some fun and come up with Preludes on your own for the Aces through the Tens, and as well Your Royal Court characters.
So, to start for example with this 3-card Birth Card combo, the first card can represent a person’s Outer Expression. The 2nd card can be their Added Incentive. And, the 3rd card can represent their Inner Expression.
So for example with the Birth Card Chart combo of a XXI, XII, III; 21, 12, 3; The World ~ The Hanged Man ~ The Empress:
21 is the Outer Expression 12 is the Added Incentive 3 is the Inner Expression
For a 21, 3 combo:
21 is the Outer Expression 3 is the Inner Expression. A Prelude of your own making can create and make your own brand of an Added Incentive integrated, hiding in plain sight, and /or simply inherent from your perspective.
So, let’s get started walking through the the 3’s shall we?
THE WORLD ~ THE HANGED MAN ~ THE EMPRESS
[ XXI ~ XII ~ III ] [ 21 ~ 12 ~ 3 ]
Note how the numbers of these cards add up to 3, and thus correspond with the Threes in general, and my Mystereum Tarot and the Threes video. If you resonate with the videos on my YouTube Channel, please share them, and spread the word far and wide about Tarot in the Land of Mystereum. Feel free to embed them on your blog or site. Wholehearted thanks if you do!
3’s Birth Card Prelude: With The World ~ The Hanged Man ~ The Empress as your Birth Cards you have abilities to feel expansively afloat in clarity as you abundantly carry things to full term. A Birth Card Prelude can be as simple as a few words, and as inviting and expansive as the title of a book, the ever-evolving book of You!
See how this simple Prelude statement expresses the 3 character as facets of one personality:
The World~expansive The Hanged Man~afloat in clarity Empess~carry to full term
The Hanged Man
Putting them back together again as an integrated Prelude statement: With The World ~ The Hanged Man ~ The Empress as your Birth Cards you have abilities to feel expansively afloat in clarity as you abundantly carry things to full term. Does this strike chords to resonate with you? Are you comfortable with the not-knowing while consistently being actionable, getting things done?
Looking up from inside the obelisk, complete cycles, expansive, infinite
I introduce you to illumination. Hang out with it once in a while. Like today.
Yoniverse, fresh, nurturing, carrying to full term to bring to life, Great Mother
The World card represents your Outer Expression. This is how most people ‘see’ you in the world. The World card is known for its ability to endure and support many complex systems. With The World card representing your Outer Expression enhance your natural ability to work with boundary-less concepts across the board. Know that you cast a wide net. If you have strong Neptune in your Astro Chart may I suggest to wring your sponge often to squeeze out foreign intensities that may fetter your clarity, and enhance and reinforce clear expressions without unnecessary inclusions. Influence can be grand, though after experiencing intensity notice how cats and dogs, other animals, too, literally shake it off. Some thing this an adrenalin dump. I find it freshening, shakes off encumbrances, like switching gears to enhance movement.
The Hanged Man represents your Added Incentive. This is a card of being afloat in clarity, and what many call enlightenment. And, enlightenment may not be a constant state once reached, may not even be a stable state. Though, from my experience it happens more than people know. Glimpses. Tastes. Theosophic visions, i.e. awakedreams. I’m not qualified here to make a distinction between an awake dream or theosophic vision and an hallucination. A Psychologist might better speak to that. When The Hanged Man is part of your Added Incentive you can expect to feel clear and comfortable in most any situation in your life. Are you able to stand in intense situations and simply experience? Are you able to not absorb, and simply be present and experience without words, simply provide a mirror of truth to whatever comes your way?
The Empress represents your Inner Expression. This, like the High Priestess, is a side of you that only your closest family and friends ‘see’ — notice the character in The Empress all Golden and at full term. It’s The High Priestess character in Mystereum who gave form to The Magician’s formless inception. She conceived. The Empress then carries that sequence to full term from her Yoniverse, that from which all things emanate. The Empress as your Inner Expression symbolizes that you nurture abundance as you carry things to full term, willfully, actionably, and naturally. Do you have an ability to be the consummate, soulful gardener of your life? Does your vast strength come from within?
And, to simply return to the Prelude . . . the 3’s Birth Card Prelude: With The World ~ The Hanged Man ~ The Empress as your Birth Cards you have abilities to feel expansively afloat in clarity as you abundantly carry things to full term, and I would like to show this again to show how simple this simple Prelude statement expresses the 3 characters as facets of one personality . . . how simple something that is both integrative AND expansive can be:
The World ~ You have abilities to expansively
The Hanged Man ~ feel afloat in clarity
The Empress ~ as you abundantly carry things to full term.
Putting them back together again: You have abilities to feel expansively afloat in clarity as you abundantly carry things to full term. Enjoy your Birth Card Prelude as the cadence of a heartbeat to energize the things you do. Have a depthful blast creating and making your own. Have your ideas, and then put them together just so in just Your way!
I hope you have enjoyed this blog, and find it useful in your process as you further enhance and freely emancipate your own, personal Tarot voice!
Until next time!
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