Our Daily Spread May 28, 2011

May 28, 2011 by

Question for this weekend is: “Encouraging Words.”


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TODAY I am putting ‘Advice’ and ‘Tarot Analysis’ first because the other departments are long.


Sun, Six of Swords, Lovers

Advice is: Getting out of one life and into another is like getting out of one love relationship and starting another; that the phase of putting one direction behind – which is akin to death – is part of getting ahead in another. Changing your mind about loving someone is the same process as the journey in consciousness toward oneness with God. The new life is worth the inconvenience and there’s joy in the goodbye.


Romantic Perspective, Happy

The couple is so happy together, they aren’t going anywhere.

The couple puts an end to their bad times and begins a new life.

They are together for the fun of it, and it’s not over.

He is thrilled to be with you but it’s not over with some lover.

The casual phase of our love relationship is over, and we are on to the next phase.

Romantic Perspective, It’s Over

Out with the old lover – put that behind – and on with the new fun life.

Unprotected flings are a thing of the past.

You get over a young guy or playboy who wasn’t really your partner.

Not in love, just a fling, and on to the next.

He doesn’t love her and left her because of the baby.

He is leaving home, there’s no love anymore, is putting the misery behind.

Business Perspective:

Leave without a partner and launch a new (anything).

Disconnect, leave this place and its restrictions behind.

An end of one thing, free of it, and on to another era with a partner.

Gradually phasing out is the way to get free and end your connection.

Spiritual Perspective

Detachment is leaving for uncharted new territory.

No partner for a journey in consciousness, it’s a reckless departure.

Enjoys life with God since escaping death (near-death experience).

A journey in consciousness is like a child ending one phase of life and beginning another in association with the divine/God.

Other Perspectives

Gradually disassociating from childhood.

Not a kid anymore and not attached.

There’s no attachment, you are free to leave and go on with your life.

A couple puts the death of a baby behind them.

When (they) leave (they) are not protected any more.

Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

Right off, you see two cards that mean it’s over – Death and Six of Swords.

And you see two cards that mean leaving – Sun and Six of Swords.

The remaining card means attachment, and a (love) bond and, of course, lover.

So leaving your lover and it’s over pops right out. It’s actually said more than once in only four Rider Waite Tarot cards. But we go on from there. There are other interpretations too, since we operate here without a question and all doors are open to every possible message!

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Sun has a pony in every race, many different meanings.

*There’s the happy, fun, fling, enjoyment of life, playboy and play category.

*There’s the child, kid, brat, childish fellow category.

*There’s the leaving category. It can be leaving for a fun time. It can be breaking free of a restricting place or relationship. Which can include moving out of the parents’ house. It’s ‘leaving’ is a happy occasion. There’s the ‘leave’ of vacation or sabbatical, for instance. And leaving the house, in the driveway. (This comes up when people ask where someone is.)

*There’s the ‘reckless,’ category which brings in being uninhibited, spontaneous, just popping up, bursting out or bursting forth, and so on.

*There’s the literal sun and sunshine meanings, which occur sometimes in medical advice. For example the Rider Waite Tarot cards that mean ‘not enough’ or ‘too much’ modifying the Sun card mean exactly that.

Six of Pentacles is leaving home, too. It, too, is leaving some restriction – some misery, more precisely – behind. This is the refugee. Things are going to be better because they were so miserable. Leaving as a refugee to start a new life, probably with nothing. It can speak of gradual recovery from illness. It can also mean depression, grief. A friend helps in the illustration: The man with the boat is the friend.

Lovers, you would think, would be about romance; but romance is a mere sliver of its categories. The illustration is complex which gives rise to its spectrum.

*The midday sun indicates it’s a ‘good card.’

*The angel with outstretched wings and arms is obviously the guardian angel of the couple or partnership below.

*The volcano is about passion but also suggests potential ‘blowup.’

*Garden of Eden theme, with the snake in Eve’s fruit tree, and supposedly Adam’s is the ‘tree of life.

Many phrases for this card – among them, used in our today spread, are ‘a couple,’ ‘They are together,’ – lover, love relationship, etc. – partner, connection, associate, attachment, with God, protection.

Death is, in the Rider Waite Verbatim Tarot school of thought, a negative modifier – any negating word at all. It means the end, and it means the end of one thing and the beginning of another. It means that more often to other systems and other readers than it does in this one … but here it is today, encouraged to come out by the fact that both Sun and Six of Swords are in that groove, themselves.

Its phrases today are, besides the negative modifier function: an end, is over, out with, un-, without, dis-, and death. This card rarely means death. To mean death, it has to be part of a phrase initiated by another card.


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  1. Yup!! It is over w/the younger guy…but…..he really was not right for me…..next!!!

  2. Anna

    I hope this means the “death” of our separation (with guy) and we can begin our relationship again.

  3. jules

    – a lot of depth here, very well written and useful.
    This weeks readings have been significant for me and
    I appreciate the input to my thoughts, and the higher view
    offered here. Thanks.

  4. Win Freeman

    Emily, You constantly offer such good food for thought, I love your spirit work lighting up with your words…

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