Our Daily Spread of May 18, 2011

May 18, 2011 by


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Queen of Wands

Six of Pentacles, Wheel of Fortune, Page of Swords

Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread and Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Our first two Tarot cards share a meaning of ‘payoff.’ Six of Pentacles is to get paid what you are due (or to pay out what is due).

(That is the Rider Waite Tarot card that shows the employer weighing coins into the hands of kneeling workers in rags.)

Wheel of Fortune is a lucky strike like a lottery payoff. (It shows what looks like a roulette wheel, and has all sorts of occult signs and symbols.)

The Page of Swords is all excited and upset about something. He is on guard.

(This is the card that shows the fellow whipping his head around, brandishing his sword about when no one is around for miles in a circle, and he can see that.) Yes, he is being neurotic at this moment.

Queen of Wands is in charge here today as the Manager and the Wife. As the competent woman, the two cards that refer to ‘payoff’ relate to her mostly – depending on what meaning the Page of Swords is using.

(The Queen of Wands is the very down-to-earth woman who runs things efficiently, no-nonsense … probably no lipstick? She is a cat-person, and a single plain sunflower will do for her.)

Advice is very plain and simple. Being competent creates a chance to be rewarded, but it is just that: a chance. Be on your guard. Maybe your wife will be paying the bills while you develop your opportunity. Maybe it is her opportunity, her chance. Something wonderful is afoot and there’s a tension, an uncertainty, that accompanies that.


Business Perspective:

Exciting opportunity to be paid for her competence.

Manager is anxious about receiving her big bonus.

She is well rewarded for her competence, which engenders jealousy.

She is excited about her big opportunity to be paid well.

The woman who owns the place is paying him a bundle to guard it.

She is paid to orchestrate this exciting event.

Married Life Perspective:

His wife being paid this huge windfall is a big threat, to him – he is angry about it.

He is afraid his wife will cause him to get what he deserves: payback.

His wife supports the excitable neurotic: isn’t he lucky?

Nervous about paying the bills – is lucky to be married to her.

He is a high-strung dude and his wife is so pragmatic (practical): This is his chance to get some respect.

This is his big chance and he is excited about it. His wife can cover their bills.


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  1. ME

    I like your advice and sort of use that summery and hope that maybe something will come along.

  2. Suzy Agarthea

    (The Queen of Wands is the very down-to-earth woman who runs things efficiently, no-nonsense … probably no lipstick? She is a cat-person, and a single plain sunflower will do for her.) Pretty much sums it up! 😉

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