Our Daily Spread for August 16, 2011 Tuesday ©

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Advice is about avoiding open confrontation and instead winning over the opposition, finessing the situation, using strategies native to females. A deft touch, a soothing sentence or two, staying silent in the background: These are ways to win a conflict, we are saying. The strategy is also described in its romantic application: She’s got control of the big ole lion when he is purring and is wise to his deceits.


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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 Wands

High Priestess, Six of Wands, Strength

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

Romance Perspective

This ladylike talk is a means to sneakily get in control of (you).

She looks like a lady but she knows all the ways to touch you to get you to do what she wants you to.

She is wise to all his deceits and betrayals but she does not oppose him openly.

She really knows each and every nuance and is in deft control of her subject.

She knows everything about being in control without seeming to be.

Appearances are deceiving but a person who is wise to this can finesse a situation.

She has dealt with so many charlatans, she knows all about them.

She knows the things to say and the moves to make to get you going along with her program.

General ‘Tricks to the Trade’ Perspective

When you know all the tricks, you nip opposition in the bud.

(She) really knows each and every nuance and is in deft control of (her) subject.

A lot of b.s. you best handle by not doing anything.

Know a lot of tricks to getting it done without overt opposition.

When you handle a situation over and over, you know the ins and outs of it.

She knows how to handle herself in situations that are not what they seem.

She really knows each and every nuance and is in deft control of her subject.

She is an expert in ways to defend against false friends.

She knows advanced martial arts moves, quick moves you don’t see coming.

She sees sneak attacks coming and handles them without confrontation.

She knows everything about being in control without seeming to be.

She has finessed many tricky situations by just knowing and observing.

She has stayed there and mastered all the tricks, all the effective pretenses: She is the resident expert.

Appearances are deceiving but a person who is wise to this can finesse a situation.

She has dealt with so many charlatans, she knows all about them.

When you know all about a subject, you are able to handle its self-contradictions.

Theory and Practice Perspective

You make adjustments, interpretations and adaptations in the hands-on application of a theory.

There are tricks to converting the practical ways of solving problems into theory form.

There are so many theories to know, so many practical applications that contradict the theories.


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High Priestess and Strength together in a four-Tarot card spread says this is about feminine wiles. High Priestess is She Who Knows All and Strength is the woman who finesses the situation without confronting, who tames her opposition with deft strokes.

Well – as if that were not enough – Six of Wands shows up, a third ‘pull it off without seeming to, by strategy’ factor. And the lonely last remaining Tarot factor to our tale simply makes things plural here, although I squeezed in one ‘things to say’ for it.

Six of Wands and Strength are both about winning a battle without overt confrontation.

So this has to be about a woman who knows many ways to get her agenda accomplished without making waves.


High Priestess is She Who Knows. It refers to the Feminine Principle of being receptive rather than active, being in Theory Mode. She stays put, she is the lady, is in the background. Those are its meanings we use today. The concept is illustrated by a seated woman with all sorts of Kaballah symbols behind her, wearing an occult crown of some sort and having a spiritual book in her lap.

Six of Wands is sneaky, has an agenda or is an agenda. Betrayal of others, getting others to serve your interests, the false victory or false flag operation. Illustrated is a battle in which King Richard III was kidnapped by Arabs and held captive forever while some imposter who arranged the Pyrrhic victory sat upon his throne.

Strength is about winning without the battle, just getting the opposition to go along with your program … about finessing a situation. Pictured in Rider Waite Tarot is a lady who is petting the lion that intends to attack but feels so good right now. ‘She can handle’ is a frequent phrase for this Tarot citizen in Tarot Verbatim ™.

Eight of Wands is being a pluralizer in almost every sentence here today. I deliberately inserted one that referred to talking when I noticed that. Its illustration shows sticks flying through the air, which expresses its meaning of ‘quickly.’ Bad illustration, I say.

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  1. This is so always right on for me. Emily the was you desribe the cards are amazing too a way I can understand Tarot and relate it to my life thx u!

  2. Anna

    I calmed someone down today with finess. Cards are on track with me today

  3. Lori

    Another great way to start my day!

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