Our Daily Spread for July 7, 2011

Jul 7, 2011 by

Advice is about winning or asserting yourself when things are hopeless, getting over it, getting out of it, making a detour–anything but letting it get to you and crying about it all night, losing sleep.

The cards present an illustration of taking things in hand right there in the center of the spread, surrounded by panic, quitting, and being trapped. Whenever you are fighting, nothing is hopeless. Remember this!


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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!


Eight of Swords

Nine of Swords, Ace of Wands, Eight of Cups

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

Personal Victory Perspective

I beat that helpless, stifled feeling and am no longer fearful.

Used to be paralyzed by fear: Conquered that!

(You) are getting out of the big things that hold (you) back and worry (you).

Isn’t afraid anymore, has done something about the limitations, about being tied up.

Doesn’t worry anymore about not being able to have sex.

Don’t get nervous and give up; you rule!

When he can’t dominate you, he will be scared and leave.

‘What you have to do’ Perspective

You can’t be upset about it, you just have to quit!

Fix waking up at night and you won’t feel helpless.

Worry/Fear is the main thing that holds you back: get out of it.

When you are stuck, you have to not be overwhelmed.

You are leaving a hopeless situation behind, a major achievement, and here you are crying over it.

You gotta get out of this stifling upsetting situation.

Gotta get outa this box, it’s getting to me.

Can’t cry about it, have to get over it.

Have/Has to get over grieving the death.

Conquered being helpless, quit all the regrets.

When you are stuck, you have to not be overwhelmed.

‘Can’t’ Perspective

Don’t cry if you can’t win.

You did it, it’s over, you can’t cry over it.

Can’t sleep, have to get up in the middle of the night.

The one thing you can’t do is leave the grief behind.

He/She grieves that he/she can’t have sex anymore.

Death Perspective

Isn’t/Aren’t going to die, the main thing that has (you) upset.

You have to die but don’t worry about it right now.

What has you so sleepless will be over for sure when you die.


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Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

Whoa! In the middle we have to assert, to win, ‘must’ or ‘have to,’ dominate and, of course, sex: That Ace of Wands entity.

To his left is crying, worrying, being up nights, being nervous.

To his right is quitting, walking off, leaving in the middle.

Above him is ‘can’t’ and being stifled or limited or boxed in, which is the actual death card.

So … yeah, it looks like we gotta overcome something, or that we have overcome something.

The sentences’ headings are meanings of the Ace of Wands, who is the chief here: Take him out of this spread, and we just cry about it, quit and die.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Nine of Swords is so stressed, is up nights worrying or crying, is nervous. Oh, wah. You let it get to ya, didn’ ya? His picture is a person sitting up in bed, hands to head in the boo-hoo or headache position. Nine swords are on the wall. Scared too, huh?

Ace of Wands asserts itself, wins, it HAS to, it dominates, it is sexual energy from the male standpoint. Nothing complex here. And its design is a penis-looking branch that is sprouting, held aloft in the right hand – a rather dinty hand for the subject, energized.

Eight of Cups quits, walks off, defaults, drops out, is run off the road, changes course in midstream. The pilgrim (That’s what the person is supposed to be.) changes course because the road forces it, in our illustration.

Eight of Swords is about being unable, boxed in, limited, trapped, helpless, tied up, having no choice. Vividly illustrated by a blindfolded lady tied up in a swamp surrounded by swords, the home way up on top of the mountain with no path to it. This is the actual death card.


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  1. Tkt

    A lot of my nights are spent like the card with the person in the bed- can’t sleep and frantic about it.

    • It doesn’t have to be that way. Call me and tell me the history. A number of things can help including my recipe for putting blueberries in champagne and floating some valerian root extract on top, with candles behind the glass. This makes a lava lamp if you put it in a flute.
      A number of other things.

  2. I’m so glad you guys validated this spread instead of not wanting to read about it. I like the way the assertive card is surrounded by all the things that call for being resisted.

    Here’s something I propose. Sometimes I put a spread down that has very few meanings. I am thinking of saving those up and throwing them in as extras. Is that something you would be interested in? Like one that says twice the right thing to do is leave.

    • Sue

      Hi Emily,
      That will be more work for you. If people want more detailed information like that, they’d probably too caught up in their problem. They’d be better off calling you in person. Remember my friend who called you a while back. She was saying the best part was how you said what you told her. It changed how she saw things. You made it funny. She felt better right after talking to you, got off anti-depressants that week, and was able to but the matter to rest in a few months. Good job.

      • Thank you for telling me about what happened to your friend after one short reading. Yes, I pass on the gift for not taking reality too seriously no matter how serious it is.
        When we talk, ask me about the time I did faster than 500 words a minute, timed. It is a funny war story!

  3. Sue

    An inspirational message. Stand back, look at the problem clearly, and fight.

    • I see it like that too. I love that Ace of Wands, the club in hand! Some things call for a good clobbering, ya know?

  4. Me

    Great for me there is no way to win….I can’t fight it it is what it is!

    • Nonsense. Redefine winning. And talk to a person who has a good ability to assess your situation. Being comfortable while the house burns is not a valid option.

  5. FCP

    Great spread. I do have to get out of a stifling upsetting situation. This is just more confirmation of it!

    • How to accomplish your purpose is an easy Tarot answer. Should not take more than five minutes for a basic answer to it.

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