Our Daily Spread Of May 20, 2011

May 20, 2011 by

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Two of Wands

Four of Cups, Page of Swords, Eight of Pentacles

Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

Here are four cards that each refer to guy things. ‘Male cards.’ Yay. Tarot overall is a female chauvinist sow, so this is welcome.

Four disparate (different, and nothing in common) Tarot cards: That is what our pattern is here. The first means to refuse every offer: “No!” That is Four of Cups.

The second is that edgy paranoid fellow who is guarding some position or turf. That is the Page of Pentacles (Pray for him!).

The third is our – by now – familiar ‘worker’ card that refers to employment, job, and keeping doing. He is the Eight of Pentacles.

And the last card refers to security, pension, a play, permanence, the future, and finances. He is the Two of Wands.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Four of Cups is another ‘negating’ card: One that means no-never-not-don’t-didn’t, etc. These cards, in a spread that has no designation for the card’s function (in other words, this is not the area of the spread that has a ‘self’ card, an ‘environment’ card, etc.) and operating without a question … are pesky. Since they can attach to any of the other three, contradictions are the rule … no way around it. (I try!) Four of Cups means to refuse, to not let, no way, to not get through – that kind of thing.

The illustration is marvelously clear: A fellow has his arms crossed refusing one cup after the other each time it is offered, like a baby that won’t eat its peas. This is the key card for this spread because it is the one that negates the others’ meanings.

Page of Swords is edgy, paranoid, high-strung, on guard, touchy, anxious, flies off the handle, upset, gets on your last nerve, is in some high-stress situation, is afraid or fearful, he cops a ‘Make me’ attitude. You get the picture. It also stands for a scary situation and for someone who goes berserk, a nutcase.

Once again, Pamela Coleman Smith has done a marvelous job illustrating the meaning of this Rider Waite Tarot card. This dude is seriously on guard, his hair whipping around as his head turns every which way, his weapon brandished against … nothing. The storm clouds are on the ground, and you can see that is all that is on the ground for miles around.

Eight of Pentacles

is one of the simpler cards. You can trust it to mean: job, employment, keeping at it, any repetitive anything: motion, thought, action … especially action, because the illustration shows the carpenter making one identical gizmo after another.

Two of Wands is your pension, your future, your plan, is permanent, is secure or security … is a sure thing. Pamela Coleman Smith’s accomplishment reflects the meanings: A banker-type rich man stands on the fancy roof of his building … with the world in his hands … contemplating his profit he is going to make from the real estate below. Remind you of anyone you know?

Advice today is about “Don’t let it get to you, keep working for your future.” You could get all upset about something, for nothing. Don’t let things get on your nerves. Don’t glorify your paranoia, work for a future. Fearing for the future isn’t going to keep you going. Job security is there when you are not anxious about it. Work for your future rather than fearing for it.


Don’t be anxious about job security.

Job security is there when you are not anxious about it!

Your job is secure if you don’t fly off the handle.

He is not going to get upset every time anymore.

He keeps doing that, it gets on your last nerve, and it won’t last.

He is not going to be in that high-stress job permanently.

Don’t let it get to you; keep working for the future.

He keeps getting upset about things that are not going to be.

Refuse to listen to your paranoia: Doing what you are doing will pay off.

Not working is going to get on his nerves.

Afraid of what will happen if you don’t keep working.

He is working for a pension that he is afraid he will never get.

Fearing for the future isn’t going to keep you going.

Work for your future rathr than fearing for it.

Afraid for the future but not doing anything about it.

With this job, he has it made, nothing to be afraid of.

He is NOT going to take that guard job!

Afraid of what might happen if he is not employed.

He doesn’t have a future in this job: scary.

Don’t respect your paranoia: Work for your future.

He is not going berserk on the job!

He just isn’t going to get a job: “Make me.”

He will keep working and not cop an attitude.

He is not going to keep at it; he is high strung.

There’s no future in getting mad all the time.


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  1. Tina G

    I read the bold faced advice a day later and I will take it since the reading holds true on some points from yesterday.

  2. FCP

    My guy is pretty obsessed with retirement, retiring early, saving for retirement and his pension. We were just discussing it last night, again.

  3. Win Freeman

    I owe, I owe, its off to work I go…

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