Our Daily Spread for April 22, 2011

Apr 22, 2011 by

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

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There’s no second spread today. I thought this was very filling, and another would be ‘too much.’


Poor times in the past and prospects for wealth are what make people happy.

Ten of Cups
Five of Cups, Nine of Cups, Two of Wands

Marriage Perspective:
He/She is so broke that this marriage will bring prosperity.
Wanted to have this happy marriage years ago that he/she is looking forward to now.
Looking forward to a fulfilling married life while mourning the past.
This is the secure marriage you want, that you missed.
Would lose the marriage to gain the money.
You never got what you really wanted but now there’s a happy future with this marriage.

Family Perspective:
The family wants a good future for the black sheep.
Out of this unfortunate past will come enough money to make the whole family happy.
Looking ahead to getting what you really want, and that disappoints the family.
He will make it, be rich, and the family will be poor.
The family will be disappointed when the black sheep is rich.

Would lose the family to gain the money.
Would do without a good financial future to have the family he/she wants.
Everyone is going to be very happy to get together, and someone will be missing.

Financial Perspective:
Such an impressive and secure neighborhood, you could only wish …
Losing makes you sad, having it all will make you happy.
The financial outlook, compared to the past, is: There’s a boom for everyone.
People will be sad even in the best of times when there’s plenty.

They are going to miss those happy well-off days.
After a terrible time, the future you want and happy times.
Everyone gets everything they want in the future, and feels sorry for themselves.
Now will be the poor times, when everyone has the good life.
Poor times in the past and prospects for wealth are what make people happy.

Our spread is an example of the ‘spoiler card.’ We begin with it, Five of Cups means loss, mourning, missing, regret and melancholy. Then we have ‘your wish is granted, whatever you want’ and lots of money, lots of everything in Nine of Cups; we have a good future, a solid sure thing, financial security
in Two of Wands; followed by a happy marriage, everyone is happy. So we have a contrast, obviously.

Nine of Cups, Two of Wands and Ten of Cups all speak of prosperity, financial security, having it all.
Five of Cups is mourning the loss. So a bad experience has created a good outlook. So the happy marriage with its prosperity and good future arose from losing it in the past. Or despite wealth, one is blue. Or we have a choice as to family or being well off, and we chose one and lose the other.

Advice is to make the best use of losses. If losing something makes you all that sad, best to plan to have an abundance of that, to be happy. And it’s all relative: Feeling rich depends on where you came from, doesn’t it? If you grow up in the ghetto, a good job means you are now rich, but if you grow up pampered, what does it take to make you feel rich? In a sense, the poorer and more miserable you are, the better your prospects are. The fatter you are, the easier it is to lose weight and feel good. This is about that: That it’s all relative.

Meanings and Illustrations:

Five of Cups is a party pooper if ever there was one. Five of Cups means loss, mourning, missing, regret and melancholy. It refers to the past. A black robed, head bowed figure faces the spilled and has its back to the full. The landscape all droops and is in depressing shades of grayish.

Nine of Cups: ‘Your wish is granted, whatever you want’ and lots of money, lots of everything in Nine of Cups, excess and excessive. This is the dude with the gold faucets and the silk undies. A fat man with an expression of surfeit is hugging himself, nine empty cups behind him … He done et the whole thang.

Two of Wands: A good future, a solid sure thing, financial security, a good outlook. It refers to the future. A bankster contemplates his real estate empire from the rooftop, with the globe in his hands … Bank of America, perhaps? … as he contemplates how to make even more money for his future.

Ten of Cups: A happy marriage, everyone is happy. The good people in the good neighborhood. This is the Moral Majority … they don’t have a dog. They are the elite. Now, in the Rider Waite illustration, why isn’t there a picket fence? I’ll tell you why: Because the illustrator was being English at the time. I mean, there’s a rainbow over the house, the kids are prancing around, the couple’s arms upraised to the sky: Yes, they have moved on up!


1 Comment

  1. sue

    Wow. I was reading a book that talked about the same things – using failure as a stepping stone.

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