Our Daily Spread for May 9, 2011

May 9, 2011 by



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Four of Wands

Knight of Wands, Two of Cups, Nine of Swords

Meanings and Illustrations:

Four cards that have no basic themes in common tend to make a lot of unrelated sentences, and, yes, that is exactly what we have here:

Knight of Wands means in a hurry, to pursue or run away, to speed, to get out. Illustration shows a fellow galloping on his frisky pony.

Two of Cups means an unwelcome influence or circumstance which one is unaware of. Cheating, embezzlement, love affair/sexual relationship/seduction (Mother Nature is the interferer here), or the other man/other woman scenario; being under the influence or being socially pressured to do as someone else wants (you) to do. It also refers to the influence of negative nonphysical entities – haunting, etc. It’s a ‘with fingers crossed behind my back’ kind of Tarot card.

The illustration of Two of Cups shows a couple committing to one another but the symbol of outside influence hovers over them, the caduceus. (Other Tarot readers see this as a simple romance card.)

Nine of Swords is the worry, nightmare, dread, fear story. Illustration shows a person up nights crying.

Four of Wands shows a wedding being celebrated at a mansion. It stands for marriage in the formal sense. It stands for related things such as wedding, spouse, living as a family or living together. It also refers to a headquarters, building, dwelling place of any kind. It also often means the Company, the community, and so on. Are you talking about a Senate hearing? – it’s the Senate House. See?


Advice. What I get from this is: Yeah, romance and sex are the leading cause of grief and yet, here we go again full speed ahead on to the next episode, aggravating both us, our lover, our spouse and the neighborhood. Uh-huh, we do this! It’s what happens, not that it’s ‘normal,’ but it’s the usual thing. This is stated so factually and so boldly that I feel it’s saying ‘Get over yourself: That’s the way it is.’



Romantic and Home Life Perspective:

Avoid cheating; it makes for a miserable marriage.

She is upset that the fellow who is chasing her is cheating on his marriage.

As much as it worries him, he is rushing this love affair into living together/marriage.

Lured into running away from home, and scared.

Nervous and avoiding sexual relationship once he is married.

Avoiding love affairs because they lead to nightmare marriages.

Afraid to leave the marriage for the other man/woman.

The spouse worries that (he) is driving under the influence and speeding.

The family pressures him/her to leave home: wah!

Rushes home, concerned about disabled spouse.

Real Estate Perspective:

Anxious to get out from under the debt on this house.

Anxious to get out of this house with the hidden defect.

Afraid the house is haunted and avoids going there.

Afraid to leave the haunted building.

Dreads moving into a house that gives off bad vibes.

Business Perspective:

It’s a terrible life when the company puts him on the road on commission.

The Company’s headache is: the person who embezzled has left it.

Nervous about leaving a Company with a bad reputation


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  1. Win Freeman

    Tell me Emily, hoowww dooooo you do it???

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