RAW POST FOR Our Daily Spread for October 10, 2011 Monday©

Oct 10, 2011 by

 

Advice     Emphatically here we point out that, by living ‘out there’ – by being adept spiritually – you insulate yourself from all the aggressors in your whole environment, all the infections agents and all the predators … that you “Don’t have to take it anymore.” It’s spiritual living to not feed the smart alec attention. Dancing to the tune of your different drummer – being in your own world, not theirs – is holding intruders beneath contempt.

 

Ace of Wands

World – Five of Swords – King of Wands

 

Tarot Readings: Insulate Yourself from Intruders (World and Five of Swords)

 

Insulate yourself from ill-tempered assertive types who take advantage.

 

A place for you in the midst of your enemies.

 

They don’t think of attacking if you ‘aren’t in their world.’

 

We have to mind our own business when the predatory types are around.

 

Spiritual abilities can make you invisible to physical intimidation.

 

No one disturbs your peace when you are in a world of your own.

 

A great defense against oneupsmanship is to not give it attention.

 

She is invisible to muggers and lowlife types.

 

He is going to make her have sex … not.

 

A good immune system seals you from even aggressive infections.

 

There are bullies with big sticks out there, but not in your world.

 

Her mentality keeps her from socializing with those low-class pushy commoners.

 

Fellows who are not worthy of her – those crass ruffians – don’t know her.

 

Her dissociation forces her husband to make his point sarcastically.

 

Her daddy is such a rough guy that she is sheltered from contact with rough guys.

 

He is not impressing us with his snarly macho attitudes.

 

 

Five of Swords and King of Wands and Ace of Wands all refer to aggression. These are the main bully cards of the deck.

World means to be insulated from any harm the environment contains, to be superior, to be a spiritual master who is adept in the dark side as well. World is also a shapely woman.

Five of Swords is the bully, the robber or mugger, a person who takes advantage of friends, who harasses. This is the punk with the chip on his shoulder and the smirk on his face.

King of Wands tends to be the ill-tempered lout, the redneck or macho man, the frustrated or irritated workingclass man who can be combative. The Tarot company he is with today brings out the worst in him.

Then there’s Ace of Wands, the hand that grasps the club. Of course it is aggressive and combative.

Spiritual expertise makes you immune to threats of all kinds: That is World’s main meaning. Being the kind of person potential muggers see as a fellow predator, and disregard. World can be a filter or buffer – a seawall, for instance. It is the immune system that shuts out or blocks pathogens. World suggests that living ‘out there’ confers invisibility upon you – invisibility to things that would intrude.

 

 

 

 

World The illustration reminds us of phrases like ‘dancing to a different drummer,’ ‘in his own world,’ ‘being in the world but not of the world.’  Dancing with two wands is being ‘master of both worlds,’ a concept in occultism that means a person can use forces from the dark side if he or she chooses. The bad spirits avoid that person the same way muggers avoid martial artists, which is expressed by the wreath, the wall, around the figure. World is considered both genders by reason of all this superiority.

 

Five of Swords is the wise guy, bully, the one with Mr. Cheney’s famous smirk who eats your lunch and expects you to thank him for it. We all know these guys, they come in all ages as sizes. The card shows a fellow who was playing at swords with friends, and, when he won, pretended it was a for-real duel – which would mean that he took all their lands and their noble titles. So he is the predator.

 

 

King of Wands is often the ill-tempered lout who has status. He is the abusive relative, husband or manager that you feel you have to deal with.  Pictured as a red-head clutching his big stick and making a fist on his throne there.

 

 

Ace of Wands is a hand with a board in it like the King of Wands has.  Often, it says ‘absolute’ or ‘absolutely.’ Just as often, it is about ‘must.’ Its most obvious meaning today is about forcing or being forced, about aggression or assertion.

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