Our Daily Spread June 4, 2011

Jun 4, 2011 by

Today’s Question is Tell us something about our main problem.

Does anyone have a suggestion for a group question? Phone me up. – Emily

Advice is about a man’s responsibility to make the family and the community of which he is a part a good one. Its problem is men’s responsibility, and they are hands-on in their approach to serious threats, such as criminals in their midst. There’s no particular leader to this kind of process, it’s group mind to take charge and take the streets and make the place safe for the wife and kids. (Those were the days.)


Is this the first time you come here? Well … what to do:

*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?”)

The Question for weekdays is: “Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.”

The Question for weekends is stated right on top on those days.

(Some days are ‘keep an eye open for’ and some days are ‘green light, go fast.’)

*Go to Advice to apply what those sentences say (in the best way) for you. (Advice is everyone’s favorite part.) Did you come here for your predictions? – You are done now – See you tomorrow.

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!


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

All of us have the same main problem: to master our frustration about that problem!

Marriage and Family Perspective

A husband’s biggest problem to handle is the marriage.

Being a married man wrecks you being the master of your fate.

The house in disrepair is the married man’s responsibility.

Making a marriage happy with an ill-tempered husband is the pits.

The vehicle and the house of a married man: He hates this!

When things go wrong, he is supposed to make everybody happy, and gets upset with himself.

Being happy when everything goes wrong is your duty? – then you are frustrated.

A man who is happy in his marriage and family is successful in the worst of times.

Having a husband who makes you happy means even the worst problem is under control.

When a married man is sick, he still has family responsibilities.

Husband has a strong determination and will to make good times for the family no matter how bad things are.

Other Perspectives

Lowlife criminals are everybody’s challenge.

Criminals in our midst are dealt with by angry hands-on menfolk.

Community problems make an individual who aims to take charge of them mad.

They all consider you a success, and you hate it that you feel like a commoner.

Hands-on men band together to take care of the problem in their midst.

It’s frustrating when your idea of achieving clashes terribly with other people’s.

Blighted neighborhood where respectable workingmen live.

A man with an extremely foul temper is determined to be a productive happy member of the community.


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Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

King of Wands is husband and Ten of Cups is a (good) marriage. The King of Wands is the edgy, frustrated or angry man, and Ten of Cups is everybody happy.

Then we have the big problem, the Moon, along with the take-charge responsible man, Chariot.

Chariot and Ten of Cups are both respectable.

So this has to be mainly a story about the problem being married is to a man.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Moon is the big problem we asked about. This is ‘the worst card in the deck,’ the one that magnifies the dark side of any card it aspects. It is about the wrong way, evil, sickness, lost the way, madness, disrepair and despair, depression and obsession, the extreme of, the worst, horrible, terrible …

Its illustration depicts ‘the Left-hand Path,’ and maximum FUBAR. Wolves and dogs are together, a lobster is going on a land trip, the full moon sheds flecks of light upon the bad scene.

Ten of Cups is the opposite of Moon; everyone is happy, there’s a happy family life, a happy marriage. There’s prosperity and respectability. No bad stuff here! Illustration is the embracing couple, arms outstretched to greet the rainbow over their fine home, the kids dancing by their side.

Chariot is about handling a situation successfully. It is about using the downside to advantage and being aware of the risks of your upside. This is expressed in the idea that one of those two sphinxes that pull his chariot goes only left and one goes only right, so it takes a skilled charioteer to get them to pull together ahead. So, Chariot is about applying willpower and determination to your circumstances to get ahead. It is about achievement, mastery, success.

King of Wands is the common man, the workingman, the fellow with the bad temper who is frustrated with his very material world. He is also the Rider Waite Tarot card that means husband.

His illustration shows a red-headed man wearing red, representing his fiery temper. He holds his stick loosely in one hand and has nothing in the other.


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  1. Sue

    Thanks Emily. The chariot card gives good advice.

  2. Anna

    Is Tarot saying our main problem is men and how we deal with them?!? If so, I’d agree! Navigating a relationship with men in the good times and the bad is really hard sometimes 🙂

  3. ME

    Well I think we are trying to get on the same page!

  4. Tina G

    The marriage and family perspective is my situation to a ‘T’.
    I’m still out of work (voraciously looking) and we are trying to finish up a major kitchen remodeling project and to make a deck outside; all on his check and my unemployment check.
    very stressful, to say the least, especially since I’m waiting on 2 answers from 2 great employers I want to work for……time will tell!!

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