Fours: Birth-Placing Identity

08 Apr

Tarot Birth Identities: The Fours

DEATH ~ EMPEROR  ::  XIII ~ IV   ::  13 ~ 4

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 statement.  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.  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.

Note also how these Birth Card expressions and Preludes factor in to hook up and work with my videos like the Aces Four Potential and Fours Ground More.  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 2-card Birth Card combo, the 1st card can represent a person’s Outer Expression.  The 2nd card can represent their Inner Expression.  So for example with the Birth Card Chart combo of a XIII, IV; 13, 4; Death ~ The Emperor:  

13 is the Outer Expression              4 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.

Example: 4’s Birth Card Prelude: With Death ~ The Emperor as your Birth Cards you have the ability to experience transformational senses of place.  Hold that thought, and . . . let’s get started walking through the the 4’s shall we?

[ XIII ~ IV  ]   [ 13 ~ 4 ]
Note how the numbers of these cards add up to 4, and thus correspond with the Fours in general, and the Fours Ground More video on the Flics page of my Mystereum website .

The Death card represents your Outer Expression.  This is how most people ‘see’ you in the world.  The Death card is known for its abilities to renew, rebirth, and regenerate.  With the Death card representing your Outer Expression experience the re-growth of things that replace decay.  Know that you are pregnant with ideas.  Keep sight of their refreshing qualities.

The Emperor represents your Inner Expression.  This is a side of you that only your closest family and friends ‘see’.  The Emperor as your Inner Expression symbolizes that you have an intrinsic sense of home and place and environment.  You have a genius driven by both place in general and your placement within most any situation.

4’s Birth Card Prelude: With Death ~ The Emperor as your Birth Cards you have abilities to experience transformational senses of place.   See how this simple Prelude statement can express the 2 characters as facets of one personality:

Death ~ You have abilities to experience transformational
The Emperor ~ senses of place.

Putting them back together again: You have abilities to experience transformational senses of place.  Enjoy your Birth Card Prelude as the cadence of a heartbeat to energize the things you do.

I hope you have enjoyed this blog, and find it useful in your process as you further emancipate your own, personal Tarot voice!

Jupiter’s Blessings from The Land of Mystereum,
Jordan Hoggard


Posted by on April 8, 2011 in Tarot Birth Cards


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7 responses to “Fours: Birth-Placing Identity

  1. Bonnie Cehovet

    April 8, 2011 at 10:02 am

    Jordan –

    Reading your blog while listening to late night saxophone music! 🙂 Great to see you getting a blog going!


    • mystereum

      April 9, 2011 at 5:51 am

      I love the combo, Bonnie! I used to play sax & it is still one of my musical faves. 😀

  2. Bonnie Cehovet

    April 9, 2011 at 10:31 am

    Jordan –

    You definitely have the mind-set to play a great sax! It takes a certain kind of soul. 🙂 Right now I follow Charley Langer – hoping that he does well!


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