Our Daily Spread for October 25, 2011 Tuesday ©

Oct 25, 2011 by

Advice is about destructive criminal types,  cheaters,  traitors and how honest people deal with them –  which is,  of course,  all kinds of ways and all kinds of scenarios.  No one comes to help when it is dangerous.  The old man refuses to listen and harms himself.  Everybody is coming to help stop street crime.  Says he is true,  that he does not fool around.  You know  ‘something’s up’  when he quits talking to you.

(At the time of production, there’s no way to correct the lack of spaces after punctuation.  I am writing around it now!)

 

 

 

 

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Is this the first time you come here?  Well … what to do:

*Go to Advice above which is a summary of the Messages.  (Advice is everyone’s favorite part.)

*Go to Daily Message Tarot Analysis below.  One or more of those sentences has something to say to you.  Intuitively 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?”)

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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Seven of Swords

Eight of Wands –  Four of Cups –  Hermit

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

Romance Perspective

Says he is true,  that he does not fool around.

He denies his many shenanigans when you have the facts.

It’s a fact,  you can’t get away with it that many times.

Acts of sabotage when you are not looking.

A sensible person has nothing to do with the bad boys.

More and more,  he is monogamous and does not take risks.

You are told about the double-cross and can’t believe it’s true.

You know  ‘something’s up’  when he quits talking to you.

Does not see things as they are,  is a danger to himself and others.

Takes a lot of chances,  (he) doesn’t believe in playing it safe.

He is not a sane person;  he is more and more daring.

No more criminal activity,  he says,  he is going straight.

He is sincere when he says he isn’t breaking the law.

He is sincere when he says he isn’t cheating.

Criminal Activity,  Criminals, Thieves

Everybody is coming to help stop street crime.

The old man would not listen to what (they) said so (they) attacked/killed him.

Talk does not straighten out criminals.

Wising up a criminal takes more than talk.

A list of things you can do to help prevent crime.

Is not going to tell the investigator about all these crimes.

Is not going to tell the truth about the items that are stolen.

Is not honest,  is one of the people making off with items.

It’s a fact,  you can’t get away with it that many times.

They are not honest,  they are stealing more and more.

Refuses to look for the items that were stolen.

Refuses to investigate when told about thefts.

Is honest,  refuses to be one of the thieves.

Is not stealing and tells the investigator all.

Knows who the criminals are but isn’t telling.

He is not being sincere in what he tells you:  He is violating the rules.

A sober person does not associate with all these criminals.

He says he is no monk,  he takes chances.

“I’ve come to help you,”  he says –  NOT!  to rob you!

Acts of sabotage when you are not looking.

He denies he did the trespasses when they view each and every one.

Does not see things as they are,  is a danger to himself and others.

All these criminals don’t get the plain facts of life.

Takes a lot of chances,  (he) doesn’t believe in playing it safe.

A criminal is not honest in what he says,  either.

“I’ve come to help you,”  he says –  NOT! –  to rob you!

Hazards,  Hazardous Materials

Inspecting for and not allowing any of the hazardous materials.

Looking for ways to prevent risks.

Facts are not laid out as to the risks.

He is wise to all the risk takers and won’t let them.

Demonstrates it is not on the list of things that are too dangerous.

Looking for the hazards that are not on the list.

Isn’t taking any chances:  only the things that are on the safe approved list.

Being truthful about all of these,  not taking any chances.

Telling the truth and not taking any chances.

It’s a fact these things are dangerous;  I am not going to have anything to do with them.

Takes a lot of chances,  (he) doesn’t believe in playing it safe.

A lot of helpers will come but not if it is dangerous.

Assess the risks soberly as to which ones not to dare.

Friends come to tell you not to take this chance.

Don’t put the facts in writing,  it’s too risky.

The old man will not listen when you tell him he is harming himself.

General,  Miscellaneous

Not telling the truth to the people who are at risk.

Calls for help go unanswered,  it is too dangerous.

He knows something is afoot when his messages don’t reach him.

He knows  ‘something’s up’  when they quit talking to him.

A number of them are spies,  are not sincere.

Reconnaissance Missions

Spies/black ops are not told the truth.

Spies do not divulge the real facts.

Facts are not laid out as to the risks.

You don’t talk the facts about the dangerous missions.

All his friends have nothing to do with the assassin.

A search of documents will find nothing about this illegal mission.

Not one of these people is coming to help you on this dangerous undertaking.

In reconnaissance missions,  you don’t know what you will observe.

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Seven of Swords

Eight of Wands –  Four of Cups –  Hermit

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  OBSERVATION OF THE SPREAD

Seven of Swords:  That’s the sneaky person.  That’s the cheater.  That’s the criminal or the one who sneaks out and violates the rules.  It’s the illegal act or person.  That’s you getting away with it,  or getting even … a little  ‘street justice.’  Seven of Swords is a hazard or hazardous material as well.  It is a hazardous mission,  a reconnaissance or black ops or illegal mission … which does not have to be an official one;  it can be a person on that kind of adventure privately.  It stands for daring,  derring-do,  and self-destructive acts and persons.  So there’s the ‘star card’ of our spread.  The other cards will frame what part of Seven of Swords is being brought out.  The other cards are benign,  so we are not into horrors or disasters here.

 

The next Rider Waite Tarot Citizen to shape our stories is Hermit.  Hermit has several applications:  Investigation,  truth or fact,  observation or demonstration,  sincerity,  coming to help,  coming,  help,  counseling or wising up or straightening up,  a friend or a friend who helps,  sane and sober.  Now you should begin to see why we have so many sentences up there!

 

Remaining citizens are the constants.  Constants as Tarot reading goes.  Eight of Wands is messages, talk,  a list,  increasing (as in ‘more and more’ or ‘-er’).  Four of Cups is refusing,  not listening or not engaging,  kind of  ‘not doing’  and ignoring.  It means ‘no way!’  sometimes.

 

As many sentences as we have,  many more variations are out there.  I quit because these are  ‘too many’  for a lot of our visitors and readers.

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  INDIVIDUAL RIDER WAITE TAROT CARDS

Eight of Wands mainly is messages,  talk,  a list,  increasing (as in ‘more and more’ or ‘-er’) including more speedily.  It makes nearby cards plural.  For example,  if you are using  ‘friend’  as what Hermit means,  and you add Eight of Wands,  that makes it  ‘friends’  or  ‘all the friends’  or  ‘many friends,’  or even  ‘more and more friends’ or  ‘more and more friendly.’   Some of its meanings are not used today,  and I am leaving those out for now.

 

The illustration of Eight of Wands is limbs flying in the air one on top of the other,  as in a barrage of boards flying through the air.

 

Four of Cups isn’t accepting,  isn’t listening,  isn’t about to,  won’t have anything to do with,  refuses to,  is not reachable.  Nothing goes through here.  “No.”  Illustration aptly depicts that:  A disembodied hand holds out yet another cup to a person whose arms and legs are crossed,  whose head is averted.

 

Hermit Shows a monk out looking for travelers who need help at night in the cold.  Its disparate meanings arise from that illustration:  Comes to help,  comes to the other person,  honest person,  monogamous or celibate,  truth,  a night trip or trip,  look for or investigate,  an old or older man, a healer or counselor.   Some other meanings are left out here,  not used.

 

Seven of Swords  That’s the sneaky person.  That’s the cheater or double-crosser.  That’s the criminal or the one who sneaks out and violates the rules.  It’s the illegal act or illegal person.  That’s you getting away with it,  or getting even … a little  ‘street justice.’  Seven of Swords is a hazard or hazardous material as well.  It is a hazardous mission,  a reconnaissance or black ops or illegal mission … which does not have to be an official one;  it can be a person on that kind of adventure privately.  It stands for daring,  derring-do,  and self-destructive acts and persons.

 

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4 Comments

  1. Anna

    Could the cards say I refuse my friend’s sneaky underhanded comments? That’s what was going on with me last night, I got pissed off at her comments about me.

  2. Brittney

    So even though because we are not talking and I feel like something is or has gone on with someone else, it has not?

    • Brittney, use your intuition to choose here, or call me for an individual answer, especially if you want to know exactly what the ‘something’ is that might be going on.
      Freeing your mind of a dude will often prompt him to call: Many dudes just know when their cow is looking into the other pasture.
      Emily

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