Our Daily Spread for April 24, 2011

Apr 24, 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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Knowing your own dark side pays off handsomely.

Hermit
Devil, Wheel of Fortune, Chariot

About Getting Ahead:
Look for ways to capitalize on what keeps you from being in command.
Make the most of the difficulties, find a way to use them to get ahead.
A problem is an opportunity that shows you the way to get where you are going.
Analyze the situation and harness both the best and the worst to your purpose.

Knowing your disabilities boosts your chances of success.
Find a way to make the best use of the worst part.
Patience pays off when the going gets rough.
Being calm and patient with nasty people pays off, you finesse the brute.
There is a downside to the most wonderful thing: Find it and put it to best use.

Go out looking for the bad things; the good things take care of themselves.
Know what to do with both good luck and bad luck.
Knowing your own dark side pays off handsomely.
Both wisdom and luck get you ahead in a bad situation.
Luckily, you know what to do when there is a big problem.

Financial Perspective:
He analyzes a down market and makes a quick profit.
The windfall is a huge problem that he knows how to handle.
Sudden large profit is the problem, and he knows what to do about it.
In desperate circumstances, he wisely makes a gamble that pays off.
Looking at bankruptcy, he manages to show a profit.

Medical Perspective:
A miracle healing of the illness is accomplished.
Physician does wonderful things with your disability.
Successfully treats the infection – this is wonderful.
The best possible outcome with a healer who specializes in the worst cases.

About a Vehicle:
When your vehicle breaks down and you are on foot, the flashlight is a godsend.
Looking for the hazards on the road is the best way to get there.
Use your vehicle’s headlights to best advantage in bad conditions.
Checking your vehicle for disrepair is the best thing you ever did.
Finding the best route to drive is difficult.
Luckily, someone comes to help with the disabled vehicle.

Here’s the spoiler-card story again, and again as the very first card. The Devil, yet. He is being a problem, a difficulty, the worst, disabilities, your dark side, a bad situation, the worst part. The Devil is being his ugly self here, doing his devil job.

The next two Rider Waite Tarot cards mean great success: Wheel of Fortune means miracle, wonderful, the best possible, to best advantage, good luck, high stakes, and it shows what looks like a roulette wheel with all kinds of occult critters and symbols. I think the wheel is karma? Anyway, the other success card is Chariot, which means to get ahead, to achieve, to arrive, to be a master or expert, to manage, and so on. It also means a vehicle of any kind (even an aircraft or boat), which turns the light the Hermit is carrying into a headlight. The charioteer in the illustration is a master of his wayward steeds who will arrive at his destination despite them rather than because of them, and he is very sure of his skill and ability to do so.

Over them all is the Hermit, the one who knows, the helpful person, looking for a way, finding or showing a way, looking for ___, the physician or healer, looking at or analyzing, the calm and patient person. The illustration shows the monk out at night with his light on the road looking to help with a traveler’s problem. So, both Hermit and Chariot have expert knowledge and skills.

So we have a disabled thing that is the problem; a miracle; the one who made this happen; and the knowledge to have done that. This is the simple story, the main story. The advice derived from the story is to pay attention to the downside, go looking for the problem and capitalize on it, base your success on the downside as well as the upside, get the two working in tandem for you (like those steeds of the Charioteer). How to do this? – Hermit is analysis, a really good look, a patient approach. So, yes, you go looking for the devil to use him to fund your success. Happy hunting!

Meanings and Illustrations:

Devil: He is being a problem, a difficulty, the worst, disabilities, your dark side, a bad situation, the worst part. The Devil is being his ugly self here, doing his devil job. Just look at him and his horned naked slaves!

Wheel of Fortune: Wheel of Fortune means miracle, wonderful, the best possible, to best advantage, good luck, high stakes, and it shows what looks like a roulette wheel with all kinds of occult critters and symbols.

Chariot: He means to get ahead, to achieve, to arrive, to be a master or expert, to manage, and so on. It also means a vehicle of any kind (even an aircraft or boat). The charioteer in the illustration is a master of his wayward steeds who will arrive at his destination despite them rather than because of them, and he is very sure of his skill and ability to do so.

Hermit: The one who knows, the helpful person, looking for a way, finding or showing a way, looking for ___, the physician or healer, looking at or analyzing, the calm and patient person. The illustration shows the monk out at night with his light on the road looking to help with a traveler’s problem.

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3 Comments

  1. The 25th was posted here and it disappeared. Emily, with the help of a kind friend, is putting the blog material in, but we don’t have the images of the cards that Stefanie was using. We will get things the way they should be, don’t worry, and the parts of the blog that I wrote already will be put in too: There are lots of them, lots of photos, articles, etc.

  2. monica

    this one is very interesting…seems to be positive even if you take into account the downside of events… thanks….

  3. Win Freeman

    slowing down with patience, smoothed thru all troubles today, Thanks again Emily!!

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