Our Daily Spread for April 20, 2011

Apr 20, 2011 by

INSTRUCTIONS: How to use the material we have for you here. Read the sentences, and pick out the ones that seem to apply to you, to the people around you. They are a Tarot analysis of your day’s circumstances. As the day (or several days) unfolds, you may find the information is relevant. The question is: “Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.” Often, your adopting the attitude you feel in the blog works for your day!

Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean even contradictory things. Without a question also the pronouns are less specific, more flexible, especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads. When in parentheses, especially, you can substitute another pronoun. The Advice section sums up a general meaning of all the sentences.

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Moon
Hermit, King of Cups, Four of Cups


The Hermit and the King of Cups walk on the stage first, two of the ‘good guy’ Rider Waite Tarot cards. Both are often older men, especially the elderly depiction on the Hermit. The King of Cups is an emotional man who is polite, a bureaucratic personality, may be weak, may be a drinking man. The Hermit also stands for sincerity and truth, seeking for or looking, as well as for the facts themselves – even an investigation. You can see how these two would be friends.

Next are two Rider Waite Tarot cards that taken together commonly mean to resist evil. The Four of Cups means to refuse every time it is offered; won’t hear of it, refuses to believe it; to resist, to resist temptation; and sometimes negating words such as ‘not’ and ‘no way.’ The Moon is referred to as ‘the worst card in the deck.’ It means a plethora of bugaboos and nasty things. Here in this four-Tarot-card layout we have an emphasis on being good, and then ‘refusing,’ so the Moon is meaning such things as: wrong, mistaken, lies, evil.

As one of the negating cards, The Four of Cups produces ‘not’ sometimes. (When that happens, you get contradictory sentences as the ‘not’ attaches itself to one or the other cards. For example ‘not believe the truth’ comes from Four of Cups with Hermit; and then ‘not believe a lie’ is Four of Cups and Moon. If we had a specific question, the contradictory clash probably would not occur.)

Advice is to know your own emotional makeup so it does not distort your perception as you search for your own path. Tacking against your own known deviation, taking your inclinations into account, puts you on a straighter course.

Let’s say I know I tend to be judgmental, opinionated and of no mind to suffer fools. Therefore, I should check out what kindness would have to say, since I know I tend to turn a deaf ear to the plight of weaklings. Or the opposite: Say I know I am a bleeding heart, so I had better bend an ear to strictly factual input – never mind the kindness stuff, the warm fuzzy stuff – to get my accurate view.

A good heart will not get you there. That’s a deviation. A good analysis of fact will not get you there. That’s a deviation. Either one – the good heart or the good head – means you are not lost as long as you are still searching. To truly ‘get there,’ you need to put both the heart and the head together, both severity and mildness together in sync. But you don’t have to find some perfect plumb line common to all: The place that is your goal is the place that is true for your type; it is not one-size-fits-all. (Many mansions.)

TAROT ANALYSIS OF YOUR DAY

Romantic Perspective:
It’s his mistake to be sincere about not feeling affection.
He isn’t looking to be anybody’s sweetheart, that is too scary.
He is no gentleman: Being a good guy is a bad thing.
Nice guys finish last, he isn’t looking for that.
He is afraid to be sincere; he doesn’t want to be weak.
Two gentlemen are not going to fail.

Health/Alcohol Perspective:
The drinking man is sober because he doesn’t want to be sick.
His drinking is a disease and he refuses help.
He doesn’t want to be sober, drinking is his vice.
He is a sick man, and doctors can’t help him.
He doesn’t go to doctors when he is sick.

Social Perspective:
He hates being the weaker man, he will not go to him.
A good man doesn’t go looking for trouble.
He won’t help the nice guy who is in trouble.
He is really sick at heart, he can’t accept this as true.
He feels weak and hateful about this; he doesn’t want to be honest.

You can’t be emotional when you are investigating a crime.
The truth is: He is a good man and isn’t evil.
He can be so nasty when he isn’t being so kind.
He is emotional but not afraid of the truth.
He cannot accept the horrible facts.

Don’t let your emotions sabotage your search for truth.
Do not let your emotions distort the facts.
He seeks to be a good man and to resist evil.
A seeker whose heart is in the right place is not lost.
He will not accept these lies as the truth.

He is so mistaken he will not listen to the truth.
He is an honest good man who does no wrong.
He is a moral kind man, he refuses to believe that this is crime, or is evil or wrong.

Meanings and Illustrations:

Hermit: The Hermit stands for sincerity and truth, seeking for or looking, as well as for the facts themselves – even an investigation. He is a monk searching for travelers who need help.

King of Cups: The King of Cups is an emotional man who is polite, a bureaucratic personality, may be weak, may be a drinking man. His throne is surrounded by splashing water, and ships are tossed in that water. Water symbolizes emotions. An emotional man can be a weak man. He is a bureaucrat, he probably drinks.

Four of Cups: The Four of Cups means to refuse every time it is offered; won’t hear of it, refuses to believe it; to resist, to resist temptation; and sometimes negating words such as ‘not’ and ‘no way.’ You can see him with his arms crossed and looking down as yet another cup is proffered by the disembodied hand.

Moon: The Moon is referred to as ‘the worst card in the deck.’ It means a plethora of bugaboos and nasty things. Here in this four-Tarot-card layout we have an emphasis on being good, and then ‘refusing,’ so the Moon is meaning such things as: wrong, mistaken, lies, evil.

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5 Comments

  1. Thank you for talking to me here.
    Hmmm. Sentences last …. Okay. Will try that in a few days. I have been doing it differently for different days, feeling that today this way is better, yesterday it was that way.
    We will see.

  2. Anna

    I like this new way with some explanation of the cards before the sentences. The “Meanings and Illustrations” can come before the sentences, too. I usually read the sentences last after I get a handle on the cards by first reading about them. Why is does one sentence appear in the box with the pictures of the cards? Is that the most probable sentence the cards are making?

    • Tina G

      I just read a few of those sentences again under the picture, and they make perfect sense as the day’s thoughts in a nut shell.
      Hey, thanks for pointing that out…I’ll have to read them more closely in the future. 🙂

  3. Brittney

    How does he want to view the sentences? I like them how they are.

  4. Tina G

    The Health/Alcohol Perspective is someone I know very well and the Romantic Perspective is quite true for me as well.
    thanks, Emily!

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