Our Daily Spread May 27, 2011

May 27, 2011 by


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Four of Cups

Ace of Cups, Ten of Pentacles, Four of Pentacles

Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

We begin with the contrasting card, Ace of Cups, which is about cooperation, love and getting along – and all things harmless, like acceptance. Next is the Ten of Pentacles circle of people who don’t get along, are trouble or have trouble, who don’t fit in at all – may be foreigners or low class folk. They quarrel – whatever.

Then we have two Rider Waite Tarot cards that mean nearly the same thing: not having anything to do with. (Four of Pentacles and Four of Cups). So obviously love and family are involved, as well as not wanting anything to do with some people. Social politics. It happens in the best of human families.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Ace of Cups is loving cooperation, being fond of, getting along; approval, acceptance or fitting in; good feeling, health; harmless; warm and fuzzy. This is the Rider Waite Tarot card that shows the presence of God, represented by the dove and the wafer with the cross on it, infusing this flow of water that represents human consciousness by representing ‘the five humors’ or bodily fluids.

Ten of Pentacles is a dysfunctional family or circle of people who don’t get along, are trouble or have trouble, who don’t fit in at all – may be foreigners or low class folk. They quarrel – whatever. They can be a mob or gang, they can be any screwed up bunch of humans you can imagine. But this card also speaks of the trouble being experienced by people.

The illustration for Ten of Pentacles shows a family quarrel. Grandpa is on his chair throne petting the dogs while the married couple have a ‘discussion’ in which husband stares into the distance while wife talks earnestly and kid pulls on her clothes. You been there?

Four of Pentacles is holding it in, keeping a secret, not letting, withdrawing from or not acknowledging, keeping to yourself, being a miser. It’s also being ostracized or ostracizing. It speaks of a deficit, of ‘not much’ or even ‘not very.’ But it also means private, ‘deep down inside,’ and even a hug because he is hugging himself.

Its illustration shows a male figure outside of town hanging onto his money for dear life. Gray sky. He stares straight ahead and his expression, to me, would be outwaiting something troublesome.

Four of Cups is a stronger octave of Four of Pentacles. No way – not now, not ever. Have nothing to do with. Get it out of my face. Doesn’t admit or acknowledge. Denial. Illustration shows a fellow refusing each cup as it is offered.

Advice is about how there will be a circle of people you are in, and you don’t have to embrace each and every one; you can get along with who you get along with, and not get along – either partially or totally – with who you have little or nothing in common with. You don’t have to love everybody, you can just mind your own business if you don’t want to be part of others’ drama.


Family and Romance Perspective:

No secrets in this loving family.

Love you – am not going to withhold it – when we aren’t getting along.

Deeply in love but not wanting to be married because of the relatives.

We don’t let being broke complicate our relationship, we love one another.

It’s not unconditional love but not a troubled relationship either.

Do not approve of the relatives so have little to do with them.

Our family health isn’t the best but we won’t acknowledge that.

Doesn’t get along with that faction of the family very well.

Social Perspective:

Very little cooperation from these low class folks, they just refuse to.

Not going to admit he got into trouble, they won’t get along with him.

We don’t admit there’s not enough good feeling in our circle.

The gang members refuse to cooperate; they keep one another’s secrets.

Not very fond of them, but not making trouble for them.

Not having much money means they don’t accept you into their circle.

They keep to themselves because they don’t fit in with the crowd.

Deeply spiritual, not going along with the common culture.

Deep down, wants nothing to do with getting along with foreigners.

Not one of those dysfunctional types but not totally warm and fuzzy either.

They’re a mess but they’re harmless, you don’t have to ostracize them.


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  1. Anna

    Yeah, I’m spending the weekend with my family, I love ’em but I also like to get away from them, too.

  2. Sue

    Interesting. We’ll see what today brings up. Thanks.

  3. Win Freeman

    Not buying into other’s drama, I’m nailing this to my forhead!

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