Our Daily Spread May 26, 2011

May 26, 2011 by


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Queen of Swords

King of Pentacles, Three of Pentacles, Ace of Wands

Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

This is another of those one-story spreads. It begins with the man who has the means (money, influence, authority) to do whatever; then the deal, business, agreement, relationship or settlement; then having to do something (an ultimatum); then the woman who demands what is rightfully hers. He could be a VIP, wealthy, flamboyant, manipulative, influential, politician or even mob guy. She is demanding to be treated fairly or paid fairly. She could also be a tough negotiator in a business contract, or be involved in a legal settlement.

Queen of Swords and Ace of Wands share the ‘ultimatum’ meaning.

Queen of Swords is not getting her fair share, and Three of Pentacles involves a fair deal in which each party does his part. She can be a Plaintiff (the injured party) or Complainant in a lawsuit, and Three of Pentacles is a lawsuit or settlement or negotiation.

As the powerful manipulative man, King of Pentacles’ aggressive attitude is in the Ace of Wands too.

King of Pentacles and Queen of Swords: This can be the bitch-bastard couple that quibbles and quarrels in lieu of intimacy. He has most of the power, and she is the angry victim, at least on the surface. You never can tell about couples like that.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

King of Pentacles is the man who has the means (money, influence, authority) to do whatever.

King of Pentacles’ attitude is aggressive and arrogant. He is Studmuffin, charismatic. He throws his weight around. He may be a VIP, wealthy, flamboyant, manipulative, influential, politician, lawyer or even mob guy. With those grapes all over him, the ostentatious carvings on his throne and his cluttered attire, there may be an Italian influence involved.

Three of Pentacles is about getting the fair share in a deal, business, agreement, relationship or settlement, about being treated fairly or paid fairly. It can be about negotiating a business contract, or being involved in a legal settlement. Its illustration in Rider Waite Tarot shows an architect’s final inspection of his work on his clients’ building. He is demonstrating with blueprints his right to be paid the final draw.

Ace of Wands is ‘have to,’ forced to, made to. It may be intimidation or ultimatum or aggressive attitude, or being assertive enough to. The illustration is a hand with a board in it.

Queen of Swords is a woman who demands to be treated fairly or paid fairly, a woman who demands what is rightfully hers that she is not getting: her fair share. She is the angry victim, at least on the surface. She can be militant, can be delivering an ultimatum. She could also be a tough negotiator, or a Plaintiff (the injured party) or Complainant in a lawsuit.

Her illustration suggests an older woman who feels martyred, who has put up with much and has that stern set to her face. Her hand is outstretched as if to say ‘Now would be good. Gimme.’ Her other hand is real serious about that big sword. She could be grieving the death of a child or husband.

Advice is about the challenge of two militant people making a settlement. She feels he got what is rightfully hers, and he feels entitled to it by some privilege, that she is a complainer; so it is she who is angry. She is going to make him, this time, be fair and give her all that she demands. He has the means to do it easily. The good news is that the settlement does happen, maybe in a court of law.


Romantic Perspective:

Their relationship is about him being the boss and her the victim.

She has laid down the law to Studmuffin to do his part in their relationship.

She isn’t getting her share of sex from the sexy dude she has a relationship with.

She is not about to be neglected in their relationship just because he is a VIP.

He has to be fair in dealing with the her or she will let him know about it.

His ex-wife expects him to support her per their agreement: Now would be good.

He has the the money to do right by his wife, and she holds him to it.

Studmuffin had sex with her and now she is hard to settle up with.

He intimidates her out of her fair share, and he gets the lion’s share.

The bitch and the bastard have to deal with one another.

The bitch and the bastard have a rough relationship.

She is angry enough to make the bastard pay.

Business and Legal Perspective:

A politician is forced to deal with the demands.

She demands to be paid fairly and will make the arrogant man do it.

This is a very important deal between a very important fellow and a determined woman.

Her boss is so aggressive that she deals with his contacts aggressively herself.

He has connections, he can dictate terms in this deal, but she won’t be shortchanged.

She is very demanding in negotiating this high-money contract.

You have to be assertive when you contract with this high-roller.

The complainant’s flamboyant lawyer forces a fair settlement.

The widow aggressively demands her fair share of her man’s estate.

Her lawyer forcefully influences her to settle her grievance.

The banker has clout, so she isn’t getting a fair deal.


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  1. Yes, Win, in these group readings, the genders are far less specific. Using your own intuition to apply the information the Tarot brings is the way to approach this blog. Thank you for asking. It means what it means to you – is what I am saying.

  2. FCP

    The spread hasn’t fit me for a while, but today’s hits it right on the spot! Keep up the great work Emily!

  3. Win Freeman

    ? Can the male and female cards represent the gender qualities within ourselves sometimes?

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