Our Daily Spread for October 3, 2011 Monday©

Oct 3, 2011 by

Advice is about recognizing we are in a bad situation and getting out of it one way or the other,  which includes changing the mind along with the direction.  It’s all about turnaround,  and how sometimes it takes a mistake or a bad scene to make us realize we are heading in the wrong direction.  When our recipe fails each time,  we have to think.  She sees her man again making the same wreck of things and coming back.







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

*Go to Advice,  above,  to apply what those sentences say to you.  (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.  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!


Knight of Swords

Two of Pentacles,  Queen of Cups,  Moon


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


Changing Your Mind Perspective

She thinks she could be wrong and changes her mind.

She changes her mind back and forth about whether that is not the right way.


Bailing Out Perspective

This disgusting circumstance continues,  so she figures it’s time to get out.

It’s one bad scene after another,  so she is of a mind to leave immediately.

When you recognize you are in an unsavory situation,  you get out of it one way or another as fast as you can extricate yourself.

If you think it is wrong,  get out of that cycle.


Repeating Bad Patterns Perspective

Like a bad penny,  he keeps coming back to the lady who understands him.

She knows it’s bad for her but keeps going back to it.

She is so sweet,  kind,  loyal and understanding –  seeing the best in people –  that life continues to be one damn thing after another.

Round-and-round,  back-and-forth is a bad way to be thinking.

She follows the recipe and sees it suddenly turn out bad each time.

You see yet another change for the worse coming.

She sees her man making the same wreck of things over and over,  and coming back.

Recurring nightmare that the woman who has you all figured out is coming back.

Her recurring nightmare that she is going back there.

Her bad dreams keep coming back.

Keeps thinking the worst is over.


Health Perspective

The illness is coming back.  She is feeling dizzy and queasy.

You just know your thinking is disordered,  that you are unstable again.

You make light of ailments,  so you get over them quickly.


Travel Perspective

She gets lost and decides on one change of direction after another.

You know you are lost when you go back and forth over and over the same scene.

She knows this twisting,  turning,  dangerous road.


Making the Best of a Bad Situation Perspective

Making one mistake after another keeps you thinking.

You get yourself into situations that you think fast to get yourself out of.

One more awful thing for you to figure your way out of.

You figure out how to escape one pitfall after another.

A repeating pattern lets you know you are making wrong turns.


Business Perspective

She is the one whose ideas get us away from one blunder after another.

The idea person changes our course every time we are headed in the wrong direction.


Now,  Part Two,

Do you want to know a little,  or a lot,  about how this Tarot Verbatim ™ thing works? If so,

*Go to Meanings and Illustrations:   Observation of the Spread 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.

*Go to Meanings and Illustrations:  Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards.  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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Knight of Swords

Two of Pentacles –   Queen of Cups –   Moon


Ugh.  Look at that.  The Moon,  a/k/a  ‘The worst card in the deck,’  and two cards that both mean  ‘to change back and forth.’  And the remaining card is the sweet-kind-loyal-understanding-‘faith in her man’  Queen of Cups!  She means to opine,  to think,  to figure out,  to dream of  …  so I have taken a little liberty and dropped the  ‘she’  application to favor the ‘concept’ application.  It’s not really breaking the rules.


Two of Pentacles is the up-and-down,  back-and-forth,  round-and-round , either/or,  neither/nor queasy and dizzy unstable and undecided little card.  Knight of Swords means to go back and forth.  (It is one of those cards you look first to the cards surrounding it to determine its function in the spread because it also can mean to flee or to pursue or to change or to change back or to  ‘get out of Dodge.’)



Two of Pentacles reminds me of telling my little brother  “Light somewhere”  because he was always flying around,  fidgeting.  It is in some continuing motion that is nondirectional,  so you see waves behind the juggler,  and ships tossed on the water.  It is about cycles,  repeating cycles especially,  as symbolized by the  ‘eternity’  sign of math that is drawn around the juggler’s balls.

Queen of Cups is the sweet-kind-loyal-understanding-‘faith in her man’  lady we all know.  She means to opine,  to think,  to figure out,  to dream of.  This is often the devout conventional stereotype.  She is illustrated holding admiringly a grotesque doo-dad while water snakes around her throne –  the water that signifies being emotional (as in ‘water in your chart’ in astrology).

Moon has a bad reputation in Tarot Land.  It signifies ‘The Left-Hand Path’ in occult parlance;  and that is what the illustration shows.  That means ‘evil’ to us civilians.  The words it calls up are most often:  wrong,  mistake,  bad,  worst,  nightmare,  fear,  illness,  insanity,  mortality,  malignant,  hate,  hopeless.  The lobster is going on a land journey,  the dog and coyote are together,  the two towers mean something evil,  and there’s the full and new moon as well.

Knight of Swords rushes in full speed ahead and is engaged in pursuit.  That is the full formal meaning.  But in real life it also means to flee (as in ‘get out of Dodge’) and to switch back and forth,  and changing or turning around.  Whatever meaning applies,  it will always be sudden or in a hurry.  His illustration shows the fully armed knight flying on his horse with his sword extended and a predator’s intensity of expression on his face and in his body language.


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  1. Gbb

    The health perspective is right on for me, feeling dizzy and queasy today.

  2. True as long as the heart is beating.
    See, fatalists and pessimists have an advantage: They keep an eye peeled to the horizon lookin’ for the vultures that optimists are busy not believing in. I never met a vulture who asked whether you believed.

  3. jules

    This one seems to be all about my situation.
    How quickly things can change, in a heart beat.

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