Our Daily Spread for August 17, 2011 Wednesday ©

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Advice contrasts being an impulsive and natural (i. e. unimproved) person with being an enlightened person who is ‘on the path.’ It speaks of burdens and losses, of difficulty and slow going. It contrasts being edgy and egoistic with being patient and helpful. The gender of the cards that express this is male, so the message is directed to men in particular. It mentions being a devoted husband … who is missed.


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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?”)

*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!


Ten of Wands

Five of Cups, King of Wands, Hermit

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

Wishing You Weren’t So Good

He is sorry he was such a good husband.

He has been so good for so long he misses being the macho man.

The path of enlightenment is so hard, you miss being ‘the natural man,’ the impulsive unenlightened person.

He regrets being too honest and is angry.

Now that he knows the whole truth, he is sorry he married.

Loss of Good People

The loss of a devoted husband is devastating.

He was very old but husband is still missed and mourned.

Mourning an honest workingman, still.

The truth is, we have lost too many men.

Miss the husband who always looked out for you.

Regrets for Transgressions

The truth is, he used to have a bad temper.

Macho man’s many regrets when he is old.

He is so sorry for so long when he understands how nasty he has been.

It’s hard being truthful and supportive, but you are ashamed when you are your rotten self.

Depressed for a long time after seeing the truth about the husband.

Sobering up is slow, difficult and disillusioning to this country boy with a temper.

An extremely impulsive man knows he has a lot to lose.

Knowing the truth about the man who was your husband so long, you still miss him.

He knows all that was wasted and is very frustrated about that.

Losses for Good People

He stays married so long because he is patient even when times are bad.

Being supportive of her husband in his overwhelming loss.

Honest laboring men have suffered deep losses.

Business Perspective

He knows all that was wasted and is very frustrated about that.

He is angry at all the waste he sees.

So many failed inspections, he is angry.

Looking for a man who works and failing to find one for a long time.

Old man has a lot more energy than he used to.


Husband looked a long time for what he lost.

Looking for a husband is arduous and disheartening.

Old man has a lot more energy than he used to.


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First thing that grabs you looking at these four Tarot citizens is the juxtaposition of King of Wands and Hermit. Diametrically opposite values are represented in these two.

King of Wands is the redneck, the country boy, the workingman, the common man, as well as the angry frustrated man.

Hermit is the patient, kind, supportive man who looks out for us and who goes out looking for a way to help his fellow traveler. Hermit represents ‘the truth,’ even.

King of Wands is ‘the natural man’ and ‘impulsive man’ (Christian and occult parlance, respectively) and Hermit is the enlightened man, the godly man.

The remaining half of our spread is about loss and depression. Five of Cups is loss, mourning, losing, waste. Ten of Wands is overwhelming burden, slow going, difficulties, and depression. The two together mean ‘overwhelming loss.’


Five of Cups is loss, mourning a loss, mourning a person, preoccupation about the past or about a loss, preoccupation to the point what is left is disregarded … hence, melancholy and depression. The concept is illustrated accurately by a black robed figure who contemplates the wine that is spilled and has its back to the wine that is remaining. We have all been there. Hopefully, not right now?

King of Wands is the ‘young soul’ of New Age parlance, the unenlightened soul. He is the common man, the working man, the impulsive man, the guy with the bad temper, the husband, and the irritated frustrated edgy dude down the street. The illustration shows a redheaded fella with a big stick sitting on a salamander-themed throne, his left hand in a fist on his thigh. He has high blood pressure for sure.

Hermit is the monk who serves his fellow traveler, who is out looking for people who have some trouble on the road. He carries a light in the dark. He is literally ‘on the path.’ So here is a kind supportive man who looks out for you.

Ten of Wands carries on in hard times, overwhelming burden on his back, slow going but is going to make it eventually. He has taken on the whole load. This is one of the cards that means sadness, depression and melancholy, as does the Five of Cups. When you see them together, there is a down feeling.

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  1. win

    Emily, ringing the bell today!! Yeah, I’ve energy to carry it! You always expose the roots of what’s up… Thanks!!!

    • Emily

      Good to see you back, Win. Thank you for letting me know these writings are of service to you. The Tarot book is finished. When you read it you know exactly how a Tarot reading is done, and how it contrasts with a psychic reading.

  2. Tina

    This holds true for me today, with the man in my life right now. I like to read this before I leave the house for work so I can know what will be the center point of my day and what to look out for.
    thanks again

  3. Lori

    This spread really spoke to me today, with missing the husband inspite of knowing the truth. Hopefully tomorrow will bring more hope for the future.

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