Our Daily Spread for May 14, 2011

May 14, 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.

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Knight of Wands

Six of Cups, Sun, Mag

Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

Another bunch of happy Tarot citizens together here. Two happy spreads in a row. Is this going to be a great weekend for us? We begin with the two cards that feature children and are associated – in very different ways – with ‘home.’ Sun is about escaping the restrictions of house rules, being reckless, uninhibited, having fun like a kid, whereas Six of Cups is a sentimental card about childhood generally.

We have two Tarot fellas here that mean ‘to leave home.’   That would be Sun and Knight of Wands. Yes, in different ways. Knight of Wands is a ‘get out of there’ card, whereas, as we said

above, Sun is to get out, have fun, escape.

The other card is the Magician, male who is doing, which is also the fourth card in this spread that features a male person.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Six of Cups: Home sweet home. Children or child or sibling(s). Romance. Gift. Boy gives girl ____. An old fashioned quaint house or neighborhood. House hunting? – this is the one with the good vibe. It means good atmosphere.

The sky is blue, and the little boy is giving his sweetheart little girl flowers in front of an apartment building or a mansion. Colors are pastel, lines are curvy. This is one of the most pleasant illustrations in the Rider Waite Tarot deck.

This is an entirely good card, with an entirely good feeling to it. This is a yes to those girls’ questions about ‘Will he give me.’ It stands for birthday, too. Six of cups is about memories, nostalgia, the past, the good old days. It is about a gift (valentine and birthday, especially). It is about one’s own childhood; about being a good girl or good boy. It means innocent or innocence or being naïve. It indicates Spring if you have asked ‘when.’

Sun: Several meanings here, which – as usual with the Rider Waite Tarot Verbatim system – grow out of the illustration. Story there is: Unclothed and uninhibited boy-child escapes from the home and its rules to cavort upon a mischievous evil-eyed pony . ‘Tis a sunny day and flowers are blooming in the summer. Where did the kid get the banner flag? He is having a very short-lived good time, the little brat is. The pony has enough of this nonsense. (The character of the pony does not get expressed in the meanings of this Tarot card.)

Meanings for Sun are: a brat, a boy child, a child or childish person, to be free of restrictions, to be free or freedom, fun, vacation, escape, to leave the house or home, uninhibited, ‘let your hair down,’ to be happy. Sun indicates joy, being young, sunshine (which shows up in medical questions), getting out, getting out in the sun, being reckless, being a player, breaking the rules.

Magician: male who acts, is doing, brings about, takes initiative, makes, starts up, brings down. Magician means any form of the words ‘to do’ or ‘make’ or ‘bring about,’ ‘bring down’ or ‘initiate’ or ‘start.’ It can instruct the reader to place the sentence in the form of a command.

The first four Rider Waite Tarot cards have a heavy occult significance that creates some meanings of Magician. Magician stands for the male principle.

Illustration shows a magician with the tools of his trade: sword, cup, pentagram/pentacle, wand. He is doing a spell, making something happen.

Knight of Wands: Boogety-boogety outa town. He is in a hurry in either pursuit or flight. This card could be the ‘hot pursuit’ of police parlance. This is often the fellow pursuing the girl. Or fleeing the girl. The illustration supports fleeing more than pursuing, but in action the card will mean each. (Remember, I observe the Tarot Verbatim meanings; I don’t create them.) Haste. Speeding (with Chariot = speeding vehicle).

Illustration is a knight on a horse galloping. Knight is not brandishing his weapon (Yeah, a board.) but is hurrying. He seems young and has an uncertain look on his face. This drawing suggests a retreat more than pursuing, but in actual use this card is about moving, getting on, travel on the road and pursuing something as well as ‘gettin’ out of dodge.’


Advice: We asked what we should best pay attention to. This is the second day the answer is ‘Pay attention to, put your energy and effort into, enjoying: enjoying life, fun things, getting out in the sunshine and moving around. “Get out and make some happy memories” is my favorite. These four cards say these same things emphatically, and say nothing more! Read the list!



Personal Perspective:

Get out and make some happy memories.

Go back to being a kid and do something reckless and uninhibited.

Feeling young and pursuing a fun time is what to do.

Go on the road with the kids and make yourself enjoy that.

Take the initiative, Guy: Chase a sweet li’l gal.

Go back to a place you used to enjoy as a child: Hurry!

Go out of your way to enjoy yourself in old fashioned ways.

Faster progress if you get out in the sun like you used to do.

Put energy into doing what makes you feel mellow and light-hearted.

Get out of the house and into the sunshine: Get yourself moving.

Get the kids out of town and you have some romance.

Moving out of your old house is what to do.

Move out of town, leaving the old places behind, and start something new.

Go to a quaint place and do something you enjoy.

Get out of the house and do something fun.

Hurry up and do something fun at home.

Get out of town and do something romantic and enjoyable.

Give yourself a gift: Get out and get moving.

Get going on a trip to surprise your sibling.

Get away out of town from the kids for something to do.


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  1. FCP

    We celebrated my best friend’s 40th birthday last night. She decided to have it at a bar that we used to frequent in our 20’s. Yes, it WAS fun to get out to a place that I used to enjoy as a “child” in my 20’s!!

  2. Deb

    My husband and I have been talking about moving south to where it’s warm all year ’round for years. We made the decision recently to make it happen NOW and figure out the details about HOW as we go. We came to Charleston, SC this past Wednesday, looked at a house for rent on Thursday and signed the lease. The landlord just offered it to us without credit or background check (almost unheard of!), and it’s just what we were looking for … and only 10 minutes from the beach!

    It’s almost like the spreads over the last week were just for me, personally.

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