Our Daily Spread for June 28, 2011

Jun 28, 2011 by

Advice is about the long hard search and the long hard journey to get to a loving relationship with someone you can trust, and the same long hard search and huge effort to find the location, the home-place, that is safe and friendly – the neighborhood to bring up children in. This story is about the effort, the time it takes, the patience it takes, and about the eventual success that is yours. It suggests that this is what success in life is.


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*Go to Daily Message Tarot Analysis below. At least one of those sentences has something to say to you. Pick those out. They are about you and the people around you. They are about today and the days around it. (It is a group message like a horoscope, except Tarot isn’t based on someone else’s birth data, so it can be specific, accurate, detailed and direct. Our experiment here is “How much more accurate is it?”)

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Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean contradictory things especially when the Spread has a card that negates other cards. Without a question also the pronouns in a group reading are more flexible, especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads. When a pronoun is in parentheses, feel very free to substitute. The question in a ‘real’ individual reading supplies at least half the information!


Ten of Wands

Hermit, Chariot, Six of Cups

DAILY MESSAGE TAROT ANALYSIS Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

Personal Perspective

You do accomplish your purpose of finding your sweetheart: Keep going.

You are on a mission to find the truth, no matter how depressing, about the past.

Vehicles making a difficult search for a child.

(He) shares the truth that, with great difficulty, (he) is master of.

It takes a lot of willpower but eventually he succeeds in being sincerely loving.

Being patient with the child who eventually will master the task.

The truth is, he has driven it a long time, he loves the old car.

He is extremely honest, reliable, and trustworthy.

He aims to get a difficult investigation regarding his past accomplished.

Handling the truth about your childhood is depressing.

Seeking trust, (he) eventually succeeds.

His intention is to be trustworthy and sincere, a difficult undertaking.

Being good to other people is too much for this go-getter to handle.

Romance Perspective

Intends to find the sweet tender romance (he is) looking for for so long.

It’s a long drive to see that sweet gal, but he is traveling all night.

A long night on the road with his honey.

He decides to look up the girl friend of long ago (nostalgia).

Looking to be the master in an old-fashioned relationship with someone he can trust with everything.

He drives that long way to go to see the girl he loves at her home.

Family Perspective

He is very devoted to and very responsible toward his child/children/little girl.

He is very responsible with the child support, he looks out for his kid(s).

It has been a long time since he drove to be with his child/children/little girl.

Be patient with the child who eventually will master the task.

Going to the home where he was brought up is a downer, but he

As depressing as it is, he dutifully makes his way home to see the folks and give them presents.

Real Estate Perspective

He is going to find a cozy old-fashioned home no matter how long it takes.

Decides to live here forever, this is the cozy neighborhood (we are) looking for.

It’s a long drive to the old home he is looking for.

It’s a long search but (he) succeeds in finding a home in the old neighborhood.


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Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

Hermit and Chariot are both on the road, and both have an intention, a purpose. Hermit is looking, searching, seeking, and is volunteering to be of help. He is devoted and sincere, a caretaker. Chariot is ambitious, purposeful, masterful – a success for himself, the type that gets ahead.

Hermit and Six of Cups are sincere, trusting, old-fashioned, loving, devoted, kind, helpful, sweet …

Hermit is well-intentioned toward strangers, is traveling, and is honest, and Six of Cups is affectionate toward a specific other person and is home. Hermit is celibate (or monogamous, depending on the question) and Six of Cups is romantic, or focuses on a child or children.

Hermit and Ten of Wands are both moving forward patiently.

Six of Cups and Ten of Wands refer to longstanding issues or situations. Six of Cups is the past, the good old days, and pleasant nostalgia – once again, stationary at home; whereas Ten of Wands is difficult, depressing, and on its way to somewhere else.

Chariot and Ten of Wands both arrive, both accomplish their task. It’s just that Chariot sails through whatever the difficulty is, and Ten of Wands is bowed down by it.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Hermit’s story is that of a monk in the service of travelers. He is out at night seeking people to help. He is going to them. This is a friend, caretaker, honest man or person. He is devoted. Often he stands for an old man or older person.

Chariot is master of circumstances, ambitious and successful. This Rider Waite Tarot card is about ‘tacking against the wind,’ about using elements that are against you advantageously, and about being aware of the downside of the elements that are in your favor overall. He is on the road to get ahead. This card is about willpower, purpose, deliberate action. He is masterful. Note that he isn’t macho or pushy, he is self-confident and businesslike.

Six of Cups is so sweet, is as devoted as the Hermit. It calls forth romance, children, home (as in home-sweet-home), the good old days – the past we look back to fondly, the old neighborhood or childhood home.

Ten of Wands is overwhelmed, it’s too much, it’s taking on the whole task at one time and making very slow progress. It’s being depressed and slow-moving. BUT it gets there. This is a card of eventual success. It often refers to ‘eventual.’ The illustration in Rider Waite is very graphic: A man is loaded down with all those boards, carrying them all in one load to their destination.


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  1. me

    Sound like life in a nutshell.

  2. Anna

    I think the cards are telling me I’ve taken on too much and help is available to get back on track

    • See how the same set of four cards are meaningful to people in very different ways? This is fascinating. Thank you for this contribution.

    • Anna – See how the same set of four cards are meaningful to people in very different ways? This is fascinating. Thank you for this contribution.

  3. Brittney

    I’m comparable to the hermit and he the ten of wands. I want to stick by him.. you know the whole loyalty thing, but I dont want to be missing out on something better, I’m waiting on him to mature.

  4. Jules

    Last two readings are beautiful and meaningful for me.
    I’m finally mature enough (it seems!)to have the patience
    and emotional wisdom to get to a grounded and sweet LTR.
    Big credit given to my b.f. who is so patient and doesn’t bail.

    Taking it day by day, very clear- but not too attached. “We’ll see”.

  5. win

    keeping it real working towards and in our life, I’ll try to keeo my sights high today!

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