Our Daily Spread for July 30, 2011 Saturday (c)

Jul 30, 2011 by

Advice is about setting one’s ‘house’ or personal affairs in order by directly exerting one’s will on whatever the out-of-control elements in the situation are, including delinquents of all flavors and types, even including one’s own transgressions.  It is all about straightening things out.  We even mention men who married controlling women because their lives were beyond their own control.

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?”)

*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.

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.’)

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!

Seven of Swords
Queen of Wands, Chariot, Seven of Cups

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

The Responsible Man Perspective
In his orderly personal affairs, he straightens anyone out who is making a mess of that order.
He sees to it that anyone who messes with his female relative(s) is harmed.
He has the guts and the nerve and the ability to do whatever it takes to make home life stable.
He chooses to risk everything for the homeland.
Neighborhood crime is rampant where (he/she lives or they live).  He succeeds at setting things straight.

The Irresponsible Man Perspective
He deliberately wrecks his wife’s/mother’s vehicle.
The guy chooses a no-nonsense wife because he was taking risks that would wreck his life.
To get putting your affairs in order done, be an underhanded, unethical daring loose cannon.
He chose her as his wife deliberately when he was in danger of losing control of himself.
He decides to use all means, fair and foul, to wreck his wife’s house and wreak havoc in her personal affairs.
He steals her car, loses control and wrecks.
He takes senseless chances with his personal life.

The Responsible Woman Perspective
Break Mama’s house rules and she will make the feces hit the fan.
Mama loses it when he steals her car.
Her house is such a mess it is an adventure to straighten it out.

The Irresponsible Woman Perspective
Mama is crazy, she succeeds in messing everyone and everything up.
She is at risk of losing control of a vehicle.
Her vehicle goes out of control due to negligence.

The Responsible Couple Perspective
The double-cross threw everything out of kilter but he and she are capable of making and keeping order.
A strong couple controls that out-of-control delinquent.
We took chances and things are out of control but we are getting this house in order.

Business Perspective
She is chosen to be a manager of the out-of-control department, to get it in order by any means.
She succeeds against all odds.

The delinquent is stealing everything from her home very deliberately.
To get putting your affairs in order done, be an underhanded, unethical daring loose cannon.
Putting her home at risk is one of  many choices.
Right at home, you can do things that put you at risk of dementia.

Now, Part Two,

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*Go to the first Meanings and Illustrations section below. This tells about the combined four pictures in the Daily Spread – the pictures above here.  It explains how these four cards get together to mean things.  Then you can

*Go to the second Meanings and Illustrations.  It is what each of the four cards, by itself, has to say.  It describes how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in this Spread.

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At a glance this is all about control:  no way around it.  Queen of Wands has her house in order, under control.  Chariot is about using all element of a situation to serve your purpose, whether they are ‘for’ or ‘against’ your progress.  Seven of Cups is out of control.

The remaining card is the risk-taker, criminal, or daring adventure.

Queen of Wands and Chariot are the equivalents of one another in opposite genders.


Queen of Wands is The Mama.  She runs an orderly household, no apologies for it.  She is also the manager at work, of the same persuasion.  her illustration shows her on her solid throne – no water around hers!  She sits upright and has that look on her face.

Chariot means business too.  He too gets the job done.  He too straightens things out and is straight.  His illustration shows him in a stone-looking vehicle with symbols on it, in control of two ornery sphinxes who are his steeds.  He is controlling them with a wand.

Seven of Cups is out of control, is losing control.  The sorcerer’s apprentice loses control of the critters, and in Pandora’s Box, the critters also get out and cannot be put back in.

Seven of Swords
in Rider Waite Tarot is the risk-taker, the sneak thief or criminal, the taking of chances.  The illustration shows him holding a group of heavy swords by their blades with his bare hands.

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  1. win

    Oh my, oh my, “sugar in the gas tank” doesn’t work so good, oh my, oh my, throwing it to the wind and let spirit gavity settle our standing…when your on, your on….!!!

  2. Hope all is well with the Jeep entity, Tina. Good to hear from you.

  3. We are in glitch mode again. The illustrations went all catywampus. Took me two hours to get the ?widget? to behave that posts onto what you see here. Hey, be grateful it let me put the words up today!

    I went on a walk that is two miles, a mile there and back, 20% elevation in total hot sun. Did it in an hour. Not bad for a sedentary ole lady, huh?

    The question is just vaguely what to do to get ahead. The answers seem to be about clearing things out of the way.

  4. Tina

    Let’s hope that my Jeep is okay after reading the phrase, “Her vehicle goes out of control due to negligence”. I love my Jeep Liberty and its paid for so I want it to last for ever. I guess I will have to get that oil change sooner then I thought.

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