Our Daily Spread for November 11, 2011 Friday and Veteran’s Day ©

Nov 11, 2011 by

Advice The arbitrary disruption of what is usual and proper by entities who have the power to do so:  That is our relentless theme today,   Veteran’s Day.  Veterans whose lives were disrupted sometimes frivolously and arbitrarily and who are not paid fairly (your father?).  It’s about stupid power plays that prevent what should be happening,  but it’s also about the boss being upset when the wage slave walks out.  Hmmm.  “You continue giving him respect when he discontinues being a grownup”  is my favorite.

(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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*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?”)

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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!


Two of Pentacles

Six of Pentacles   –   Eight of Cups   –   Emperor

 

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

Governmental Perspective (Emperor)

The Establishment is roiled when the wage slaves walk out.

Periodic payments to the government/corporate headquarters are not what they were.

The case is dismissed in the proceeding when it goes over to the appellate judge.

The federal agency routinely intervenes in the legal proceedings.

The federal agency quit doing what it should for them,  went squirrely.

The federal government unexpectedly quit funding what has been ongoing.

You pay the governments and cannot continue your routine operations.

Governments disrupt what is usual and proper.

There’s no return on investment anymore for what you pay the governments.

Prescription or medicating Perspective (Six of Pentacles)

The old man isn’t getting dizzy anymore after that prescription.

Isn’t losing balance any more since the specialist gave the prescription.

Daddy isn’t controlling and unstable anymore since he is taking that.

On (his) own authority,   he quit taking the meds that he was on.

On my own authority,   I am not going to start taking prescriptions.

Arbitrary Controlling (Old) Man Perspective (Emperor)

His usual routine is to avoid paying his dues   –   he is controlling that way.

When he isn’t in his mature,   solid-citizen phase,   he quits paying his respects.

He quits treating us right as his controlling self rolls in.

Feels his position as the patriarch is shaky now that he isn’t the one paying the bills.

Not receiving the contact you routinely should from the old man.

Sometimes he is a grownup and sometimes he doesn’t deliver.

Quit paying attention to this silly old man.

Stupid power plays prevent what should be happening.

Getting your fair price as usual is not going to happen because of the powers that be.

You continue giving him respect when he discontinues being a grownup.

The old man isn’t around anymore to continue paying those bills.

Legal Perspective (Six of Pentacles)

He has the legal authority to suspend operations.

The case is dismissed in the proceeding when it goes over to the appellate judge.

The Establishment is upset when the case is dismissed.

The federal agency routinely intervenes in the legal proceedings.

Disruption Perspective (Eight of Cups)

The delivery did not make it all the way through to the person in charge.

Cannot do the ordinary course of business because of the antics of someone in power.

Some power arbitrarily disrupts the contacts that should be coming to the business.

Some power arbitrarily disrupts the payments that should be coming to this business.

Contacts are not getting through for you to do business as usual because of this power play.

Veterans whose lives were disrupted frivolously and who are not paid fairly.

Governments disrupt what is usual and proper.

The federal agency quit doing what it should for them,  went squirrely.

The federal government unexpectedly quit funding what has been ongoing.

The Establishment is roiled when the wage slaves walk out.

Labor expense isn’t what it used to be for the powers that be.


Now,  Part Two,

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Two of Pentacles

Six of Pentacles  –  Eight of Cups  –  Emperor

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  OBSERVATION OF THE SPREAD

Well, there’s no iota of romance today!  Four independent Rider Waite Tarot citizens here make a story about disruption of the usual routine,  and a power is being arbitrary,  sometimes a federal agency.  Here’s how:

 

Six of Pentacles is receiving or paying what should be:  an exchange,  a fair exchange,  often a commercial exchange,  but it includes  ‘attention,’  as in paying or receiving attention,  and this includes respect.  So paying your dues and receiving the respect or attention you deserve.  The fairness theme extends to legal proceedings:  See the scales of justice there?  The word  ‘dispense’  is called up sometimes,  and so is  ‘give,’  of course.  Six of Pentacles is the key Tarot card in this group.

 

Next we have two cards that affect that fair exchange adversely:  Eight of Cups is not going through,  dropping or being suspended;  Two of Pentacles is  ‘Oops,’  something goofy or arbitrary,  is an antic,  and it is also a continuing routine or what is usual.

 

In Emperor,  our story now involves some power,  some rigid kingpin,  a federal entity or government,  a controlling male or patriarch,  an old man (often a rigid controlling old man).  This made some of the sentences hard to phrase.

 

This spread is another example of one without an action card,  although the  ‘exchange’  part of the Six of Pentacles is a fairly good substitute.

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  INDIVIDUAL RIDER WAITE TAROT CARDS

Six of Pentacles is receiving or paying what should be:  an exchange,  a fair exchange,  often a commercial exchange,  but it includes  ‘attention,’  as in paying or receiving attention,  and this includes respect.  So paying your dues and receiving the respect or attention you deserve.  The fairness theme extends to legal proceedings:  See the scales of justice there?  The word  ‘dispense’  is called up sometimes,  and so is  ‘give,’  of course,  and even  ‘dealt.’

 

The prescription theme arises from pills being dispensed to the persons who deserve them,  and kind of arises from the word  ‘treatment’  from  ‘treating right.’  Remember,  this system is verbatim.

 

Its illustration shows the employer paying wages fairly, weighing the coins.  The artist who drew this puts the employees on their knees,  hence ‘wage slaves.’  Pamela Coleman Smith was an unappreciated underpaid lady to the end of her days,  so I think she is telling us something personal here?

 

Eight of Cups is about disruption,  failure to complete,  walking out or dropping something,  over with before it begins,  detour.  Its illustration shows a traveler on foot having to go in a different direction because the road doesn’t go that way.  Disparate words are to be expected from it.   Some of these words are:  quit, detour,  over with,  interrupt or disrupt,  off course,  drop out or walk out,  abrupt or abruptly,  “Out of here,”  didn’t make it,  isn’t (whatever) anymore,  renege,  derailed,  anymore,  unexpectedly,  ‘is not what it used to be,’  ‘isn’t the one who (whatever) anymore,’  and  ‘suspend’  in the sense of  ‘discontinue.’

 

Emperor Da Boss,  he is.  In Emperor,  our story now involves some power,  some rigid kingpin,  a federal entity or government,  a controlling male or patriarch,  an old man (often a rigid controlling old man).  Love the face the artist draws for this influence:  The rigid posture combined with the look of dullness one gets when one feels one cannot be challenged.

 

Emperor is the feeling you have,  or stance you have,  when you are your own authority.  Emperor is the foundational power structure,  the Establishment,  which does not have to be abusive but can get away with it.  Emperor is also seniority and a veteran of … How appropriate because today is Veteran’s Day.

 

Two of Pentacles pictures a juggler keeping the pentacles moving,  a symbol of continual motion drawn between them.  His feet suggest dancing.  Behind him,  ships are tossed up and down dizzyingly on rhythmic waves.  He is wearing a dunce cap and green shoes with an orange outfit.  Here are some phrases this illustration produces:  on and on,  back and forth,  round and round,  wobble,  shaky,  goofy,  queasy,  dizzy,  silly,  oops,  unstable,  frivolous,  squirrely,  arbitrary,  oscillate,  rolls in,  continuing,  keeps (being/doing/getting, whatever),  phase or phases in and out,  continuing,  routine, ongoing,  operations,  usual (whatever) or as usual,  antics,  roils.

 

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4 Comments

  1. Patty

    This matches our last minute findings that the DOT did not approve State funding for several of our aviation contracts to prove a point. A minor glitch that could’ve been corrected with one phone call. However, it did end well and funding has been granted – it will delay all getting paid who are involved with the grants.

    • Beware of low level snotty bureaucrats: They gum up the works of the world!

      Thank you for telling me this. As I typed all the stuff about business not collecting, and not being able to get business done (same card, by the way), I was wondering whether this applies to anyone within my range. I guess it does.

      And the spread also showed it ends well, too.

      Thank you for commenting, Patty. Hope all is well at your end.

      Emily

  2. Win

    Love reading your writing from the bottem up, seeing your summery of poeteitic advice, Just get to feel the day alittle more, thanks

    • Thank you for the observation.

      From the bottom up is the way to learn the Tarot Verbatim method. Beginning with the individual meanings; and then how they go together; and then the sentences; an then the summary Advice. My original posts were in that order.

      The parts are now in the order that most people are interested in. Many visitors just read the Advice and the Tarot Analysis, which is fine.

      Emily

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