Our Daily Spread of May 19, 2011

May 19, 2011 by


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Hermit, Nine of Swords, Seven of Cups

Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

First off, our first three cards are night scenes, and two of them (Nine of Swords and Seven of Cups) are about nightmares. The other is a friend coming to help, or treatment from a physician.

Next we notice that Hermit is ‘rational’ and Seven of Cups is ‘irrational.’

Hermit is calm, and the next Rider Waite Tarot card is fear, apprehension, anxiety, nervousness.

Then, the remaining Tarot card is Death, which, in the Tarot Verbatim system, means no-never-not – is a negating card. In the four-card configuration we are using, that negative card can attach itself to any of the others. This makes for (1) flexibility and (2) contradictory meanings or sentences. Death rarely literally means ‘death’ unless the theme is established outside of its presence, usually by the Eight of Swords, who, shhhh, is nowhere around.

Notice we have two ‘Perspectives’ that are opposite. The Death card does this. Gotta watch that one!

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Hermit is, in this spread, the friend, the friend who comes to help, the rational view, taking a good look, investigating, analyzing, examining, going out hunting for, going out, seeking, seeking help, the facts, the truth, being sensible, doctor or physician, diagnosis, and comforting.

What holds these – and more we aren’t using today – meanings of The Hermit together is the story: The monk goes out seeking people who need help, and he calmly brings them comfort.

Nine of Swords is self-explanatory: A person sits up in bed, hands to head in despair, unable to sleep. Fear, anxiety, worry, up nights crying.

Seven of Cups shows disparate, unrelated, items in a cloud, and a dark-robed figure taken aback contemplating this. The story is Pandora’s Box and/or The Sorcerer’s Apprentice. In modern parlance, the poop hits the fan. It means ‘things,’ plural, as in Things Are Out Of Control! Things fall apart.

Death means any negative word. It negates the meaning of any card it can touch: In this configuration, that’s all of them. In the illustration, he is not the king any more because he is dead. This card in Tarot Verbatim has other meanings, most of which aren’t being used here, such as ‘end.’


Not being fearful perspective:

You don’t worry about all these things when you take a good look at them.

View objectively all these things you stew over: Things are not that out of control.

See, all the things you worry about don’t happen.

Be calm and you won’t worry about things getting out of control.

Analyze them as unrelated factors, they are no cause for anxiety.

Go out hunting for these things that go bump in the night and don’t be afraid of them.

Sleep isn’t disturbed by nightmares when the light is on.

None of the things you are afraid of are real when examined.

When you’re not objective, you can have unwarranted fears.

Don’t be afraid to seek help when things fall apart.

Don’t let your friend ‘go off the deep end’ with anxiety.

When you aren’t realistic, your fears go wild.

There is no way (he) is going to get upset about all this stuff: He is sensible.

There is no way your friend is going to get upset by any of these things.

Fears don’t run wild when you know the facts.

None of these things are that scary when diagnosed.

Don’t be afraid to objectively observe you have ‘lost it.’

Being nervous about doctors is not irrational.

No one comes to help when the fears are imaginary.

Fearful Perspective:

No investigation into the nightmarish out of control situation.

Truth is not known about the scary meltdown.

The scary fact is, these things are not unrelated.

It’s nighttime, you awake sweating, and know it isn’t a bad dream.

Gets treatment to put an end to disturbed sleep.

These are rational, not irrational fears.

Afraid that none of these things will help.

Didn’t go to comfort (them) when bad dreams woke them up.

Afraid to seek help, that it doesn’t make sense.

Nervous that you won’t get help with this mess.

He is afraid not being honest has made a mess of things.


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  1. Anna

    I actually did have a funeral today. Hopefully I was the hermit that comforted her friends anxiety.

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