Our Daily Spread June 7, 2011

Jun 7, 2011 by

Advice is ‘Oh, just forget about it; put it behind. Go on with life and things will be better. He doesn’t call – the cranky old flame? – well, heck with him, and on to the next. A man is married and not free to leave; he isn’t young and wants no part of passion now. He has come to his senses and gone. Whatever. Some drama, some soap opera of the past is being erased, and you had best enjoy that smell of fresh air.


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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?”)

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!

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Six of Swords

King of Wands, Fool, Four of Cups

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

The Woman’s Perspective of Romance

Assume times will be better when you don’t talk to husband.

Husband won’t communicate, he is off somewhere.

Forgets with the passing of time and does not acknowledge there ever was any husband.

Won’t get over the passionate man until you move away.

Won’t be free of husband until he departs.

He’s a married man who won’t leave, so forget about him.

He’s a married man who isn’t free, so leave him.

Assume he doesn’t want you and just leave the grump.

Optimism fades away when the hot-to-trot fella doesn’t call.

Her old flame she hasn’t forgotten.

The Man’s Perspective of Romance

The man isn’t forgetting his passion as time goes by.

Husband won’t be free until he departs.

Frustrated angry man cannot forget the past he is putting behind him.

He is so free of the past it’s as if it never existed, he isn’t even frustrated about it.

Husband isn’t even thinking about leaving.

He is mad about it; it’s not ‘out of sight, out of mind.’

He overlooks he was mad when he refused to leave.

He is married and not free to leave.

He forgets his mad when they don’t leave.

He doesn’t acknowledge his passion, it fades in time and he forgets it.

He isn’t optimistic any more, his passion fades.

He isn’t young any more, he does not want any part of passion.

He isn’t lighthearted any more, but he isn’t angry anymore, either.

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Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

After all these philosophical spreads, we are back to a man-woman thing. (I was hoping I would not lose my audience here!) Our four Rider Waite Tarot cards mean husband or angry or passionate man; just forget about it or assume; not acknowledge, refuse; and get over it, put it behind. The stories arising from these four are varied, but are notes on the same old soap opera.

Six of Swords and Fool mean putting it behind, and mean optimism (in very different ways). Times will be better because they were so miserable, the Six of Swords says. And Fool is a ‘What, me worry?’ kind of optimism in Tarot Verbatim’s ™ Rider Waite.

Fool means to ignore, and Four of Cups means to refuse to acknowledge, to refuse to consider.

With three cards meaning: ignore it; don’t pay attention to it; and put it behind, we have to have a cranky kind of narrative going. After all, the other card is the angry, frustrated husband or passionate man.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

King of Wands is the aforesaid grumpy, angry, frustrated, irritated man or husband. He has been showing up here lately. Anyone claim him? His illustration is the red headed fellow dressed in red, a salamander by him, and a board in his right hand not fit for the king that he is. He is the commoner at heart and the husband all women are annoyed by, but could be your old flame too, with a modifier.

Fool is a frequent visitor at our cafe, too, lately. The focus of this multipurpose Rider Waite Tarot card is being free or free of. Forget it – out of mind – or overlook it as if it never were. Or assume it. Then there’s the ‘isn’t even,’ and isn’t present category.

Fool’s illustration is the youth who is heedlessly and recklessly setting out unprepared on a journey with no provisions for himself or his dog. They won’t need them anyway, because they are going to go over the cliff.

Four of Cups is a very simple card and is one of the negators (cards that cancel another out with a negative modifier – like don’t, won’t isn’t, not). To refuse, to not acknowledge, to not want, to not communicate. Illustration shows a fella with his arms cross and head down, eyes averted as yet another cup is offered him by a disembodied hand. He sits cross-legged.

Six of Swords is something fading away as time goes by. Times will be better. The past you are putting behind and will be free of. It isn’t that way any more. He is off somewhere. Until you move away or until he departs.

Its illustration in Rider Waite Tarot is a woman and child huddled in a small rowboat. A friend is taking them away from the misery.

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6 Comments

  1. FCP

    We had a talk that almost led to breaking up last night. He put the breaks on, and he wants to come over tonight. I am sitting here waiting with dread when I remembered that I forgot to check the spread today. It is so dead on I am in awe. He has not been doing his part for almost 2 weeks and I am tired of it. He’s the old dude (to use one of Emily’s words!) who doesn’t want any part of passion. Bleh.

  2. Brittney

    After reading today’s spread I am so in awe because this tells me everything that I need to do but I don’t want to do. It’s like it is about my situation. I’m sick to my stomach, this reading is so dead on today. I keep reading it over and over. I Cant wait until tomorrow’s spread.

    • Tina G

      I know, it sometimes takes a gut punch to do the deed that needs to be done and to really see what is going on
      I’m anxious for tomorrow’s spread, too

    • FCP

      I hear ya Brittney. I think you and I are in very similar situations. Hope things turn around for both of us!

  3. Tina G

    quite unnerving knowing it’s something that is being told me to me about my situation, sometimes you have to ‘hear’ read it to understand what is going on

  4. Win Freeman

    Hem….lifting feet out of the murky past…onward we go!

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