Our Daily Spread for November 12, 2011 Saturday©

Nov 12, 2011 by

Advice regards our relationship to people in power, our dealings with bosses and Daddy and things regulatory and governmental: getting out of the way, avoiding the dealings and the meetings, but sometimes we can’t. Taken from the Authority’s position, this irresponsible brat won’t do its fair share as agreed. Young people having fun choose not to associate with old fogies. Enjoy getting together when no one has seniority. He dictates the terms of a relationship and you aren’t enjoying this.




Four of Cups – Three of Pentacles – Sun

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Controlling Man/Boss/Father Perspective (Emperor)

Can’t get out of the meeting with the boss.

Is young having fun  –  no relationships with old guys.

It’s no fun having a relationship with Daddy.

He dictates the terms of a relationship and you aren’t enjoying this.

Daddy refuses to meet with the child.

Kid won’t meet with Daddy.

Young person having fun chooses not to associate with old fogies.

Authority’s point of view is the irresponsible brats don’t live up to what they agreed to.

He is a grown man he does not want a recreational relationship.

He is a mature man, he isn’t interested in a relationship with a kid.

Father will not meet his obligation regarding the child.

Refuse to meet with the old man and his son.


Getting out of, Released, Enjoy/Fun/Recreational Perspective (Sun)

Enjoy getting together when no one has seniority.

Can’t believe the meeting with the president is fun.

Enjoy the meetings when Mr. Chairman isn’t there.

Getting together and having fun where no one’s the boss.

He is so stodgy you can’t enjoy being with him.


Refusing,  No deal,  No Way Perspective (Four of Cups)

Happy that the agency settled with us when we refused their offer.

A contract with a child is void,  by this authority.

Refuse to settle the case with the Authority about the children.

Not going to deal with a controlling brat.

Infantile adult male refuses to do his part.

He isn’t a grownup,  he gets out of doing his part responsibly.

Have no truck/no business with the charming geezer.

Refuse to meet with the old man and his son.

Refuse to meet with the veteran and the newbie.

No way to get out of a contract with a government (no escape clause).

Selling to governments is no picnic.

No way is this government going to release (you) from the contract.

“No deal”  to having him be the father of your child.


Relationship Perspective (Three of Pentacles)

The young and the old have no meeting of the minds.

He cannot be the boss, so it’s a recreational relationship.

Is young and have fun – no relationships with grownups.

The boy has no relationships because of who his father is.

It’s no fun having a relationship with Daddy.

Young person is out to have fun and does not associate with old fogies.

He does not want a recreational relationship,  he is an adult.


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The closest we come to a theme that both Four of Cups is to refuse and Sun is to get out of or escape: not much of one!  So we have narratives.


Four of Cups is to refuse or reject; Three of Pentacles is deal or relationship or meeting; Sun is to be free of, to get out of, to escape from Emperor is the Authority, the old man, or something governmental – also a controlling dictator type man. Elements of our narratives, these.






Four of Cups doesn’t want any part of it,  refuses adamantly and repeatedly,  just have nothing to do with (whatever).  Saying  “No.”  This is one of those cards you don’t need imagination to know what it means:  The person sits cross-legged with arms crossed and head averted as the cup is offered for the fourth time.  Don’t want any of that,  obviously.


Three of Pentacles shows an architect demonstrating he performed the blueprint his clients have in their hands.  This is the final inspection of the building for his final (largest) draw.  This is the settlement.  Meeting,  settlement,  contract,  deal,  relationship,  doing your part as agreed,  to come to agreement are some of the phrases this Rider Waite Tarot citizen brings us.


Sun The kid has sneaked free of the house and its rules to play naked on the wicked pony who is about to toss him and his flag.  Fun,  enjoyment,  kid,  brat,  to get free of,  to escape,  release,  recreational,  newbie,  charming,  son are common phrases for this card.


Emperor The Authority in the form of boss,  regulator,  dictator,  Daddy,  or anything governmental.  Old man,  adult,  mature man,  grownup,  patriarch are applications of Emperor as well.  He is rigid,  stodgy,  saturnine.  His illustration is of course an old man in the seat of power,  with rigid posture and the dull look of the born-to-power syndrome on his unlined face.




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