Our Daily Spread for April 27, 2011 Fool, Temp, 8w KP

Apr 27, 2011 by

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 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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Talk with the powers-that-be as if they were your equals.

King of Pentacles
Fool, Temperance, Eight of Wands

Both Temperance and Eight of Wands are about conversation, communication.  Temperance also brings ‘intimate’ and ‘close’ to that; and Eight of Wands brings ‘quickly’ and ‘many’ and ‘more and more’ to the party.  The top card is the sexy, charismatic, manipulative studly dude who is influential and powerful.  (Now, the fella who always wins at pool is powerful and influential in that pool hall.)

Introducing those three Rider Waite Tarot cards is the Fool, who today is lighthearted, casual, doesn’t know or ‘who knows?’ or ‘has no idea’; who isn’t present; who is young; who assumes.  He ‘acts as if’ and also means ‘as if.’

Advice is to be egalitarian with powerful influential men, to be casual and have lighthearted conversation with ‘your betters’ as if you were familiar and equal.  We speak also of how quickly a manipulative fellow can get on familiar terms with you, before you know it, through conversation.  We go on to point out it’s that way in business too: The mogul has everybody on his side, talking to him without thinking about it.

Business Perspective:
The powerful man isn’t present to be talked one-on-one with.
Talk with the powers-that-be as if they were your equals.
Assume the man in charge communicates about these things.
A number of conversations with the banker who ignores you.
The politician has no idea how many people are on his side.
Rich fellow can assume we are all on his side.

He brokers a lot of deals he knows nothing about.
Talks authoritatively about things he knows nothing about.
Doesn’t know all the parties to the transactions he controls.
The banker you deal with doesn’t know any of these things.
Assume he is a VIP because of all the transactions involved.
Many conversations with, but not in the presence of, the Great Man.

This mover and shaker has I don’t know how many partners.
The self-important fellow is a lot of talk, but I don’t know about any deals.
He and his partner are more and more powerful
He is influential, he knows who knows how many people closely.
Dealing with more and more influential men, who knows how many?

Romantic Perspective:
Acts as if he is a Studmuffin – is intimate with many people.
Lots of lighthearted intimate conversation with a studly man.
Have no idea how many partners the charismatic man has.
Quickly, before you know it, you are on intimate terms with the sexy guy.
Before the VIP knows it, he is talking intimately with the filly.

As if she has a lot in common with the rich sexy dude.
She is talking with the mogul as if she knew him well.
Casual intimacies with all the horny dudes.
Does not even talk a lot with the dudes she is intimate with.

Meanings and Illustrations:
Fool  is lighthearted, casual, doesn’t know or ‘who knows?’ or ‘has no idea’; who isn’t present; who is young; who assumes.  He ‘acts as if’ and also means ‘as if.’  His illustration is a fellow with a tiny bit of luggage on a mid-afternoon journey, about to take his doggie off a cliff with himself, he is such an optimist.  I have known people like this, haven’t you?

Temperance  is about intimate contact, transactions, communication, close association.  Illustration is on the vague side for the meanings we are using there today.  Illustration is about a ‘one hand washes the other’ concept of pouring water from one hand to the other.  This is a bastard Rider Waite Tarot card  We could do without it.  In the Middle Ages, it was added to make the Tarot deck more acceptable.  It meant to dilute wine with water to keep from having the wine make one feel good.  Yes, those sorts of folks existed back then too!

Eight of Wands:   This Rider Waite Tarot citizen brings phrases such as ‘quickly’ and ‘many’ and ‘more and more’ to the party.  Illustration shows sticks flying in the wind one after the other quickly.

King of Pentacles:  sexy, charismatic, manipulative studly dude who is influential and powerful, who is the VIP.  This is the powerful man, the powers that be, the man in charge, the banker, politician, the rich fellow, the broker, the broker or the one in control.  He is the mover and shaker, the Great Man, the Studmuffin.  He is pictured Italianesque.



  1. Brittney

    What happend to the picture of the cards?

    • Stefanie provided the cards. Emily had to take over without support or preparation, except for the help of a kind friend. So, I am sorry about the pictures not being here … am working on it.

      Please comment on what I am doing for you here!

      Thank you for putting up with this!

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