Our Daily Spread for November 14, 2011 Monday ©

Nov 14, 2011 by

Advice No love here today!  Today we are nipping potential opposition and risks in the bud deftly,  with finesse.  Clearly there is an opponent who is not declared and is also being dealt with arm’s length before it gets to the target.  Gee,  mutual undeclared combat here.  Sounds like current events.  The point of the messages is that no harm is done,  that the accomplishment is done and the day is won without strain.

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

 

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!


Seven of Swords

Four of Pentacles  –  Ace of Wands  –  Strength

 

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

Handling Situations Perspective (Strength)

She can handle a criminal so that he is not much threat.

You have to handle him/her as a secret enemy.

Without asserting herself,  she can foil an attack.

You have to handle the thieving problem deftly to really keep it down.

You’ve got to handle (his/their/etc.) quietly double-crossing you.

Secret enemies are just threats we have to handle.

Victory over the dicey situation lies in not being very controlling.

Nips the opposition of the crook in the bud,  so that he/she is not much of a threat.

Make the delinquent(s) behave and be quiet.

With her concealed weapon,  she is master of an attacker.

Risk Averse/Not having the Guts Perspective (Four of Pentacles + Seven of Swords)

Not going to take a chance on making her put down an uprising.

Isn’t gutsy enough to make (him/her/it/them/us) behave.

A risk averse person has to handle opposition diplomatically.

He keeps his illicit sexual adventures secret from the woman who won’t let him.

Have to not express opposition because it’s risking a putdown.

One Think You Must Do/You Have to Perspective (Ace of Wands)

You have to handle the thieving problem deftly to really keep it down.

You’ve got to handle (his/their/etc.) quietly double-crossing you.

You’ve got to do something about your money being sabotaged.

You gotta go into stealth mode like you don’t have it in you to get the upper hand.

One thing you must do to thwart the person in possession of your stolen property.

You have to prevent the theft of your secrets.

You have to handle him/her/it as a secret enemy.

Stealth Mode to Manage the Situation (Strength + Four of Pentacles)

Winning lies in daring to not control the situation much.

Without making a point of it,  we prevent them from breaking the rules.

She gets quiet revenge that shows she is in total control.

Outsmart the person,  solve the problem without any direct action.

You gotta go into stealth mode like you don’t have it in you to get the upper hand.

He did it to himself,  she didn’t lay a finger on him.

Criminal Perspective (Seven of Swords)

Forced to circumvent an undeclared caper.

She is in charge of Possession of Stolen Firearms.

He has to keep quiet about his stealing or she will keep him from doing it.

He is not much of a criminal,  this woman forces him to be harmless.

When he is broke,  he steals:  That’s one way to solve the problem.

Her influence on the perp keeps him from expressing his aggression.


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.

You can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim ™ works.

Say hello back!  Comment!  I spend two hours a day or more writing these to you.  Remember to share your experience about our experiment here if you have words for it.  Read others’ comments.

And you can call me at the 800 99 3 6 9 12 number from Eastern 1 p. m. to Eastern 1 a. m. at least, every day.  (3-6-9-12 like a clock.  It makes a pattern on the phone as well  –  easy to remember.)  I analyze business situations and personal relationships accurately from both Tarot and practical perspectives,  and even make it fun.  (Testimonials are on the web site.  http://emilysinsight.com.)


Seven of Swords

Four of Pentacles  –  Ace of Wands  –  Strength

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  OBSERVATION OF THE SPREAD

Ace of Wands and Strength are assertive.  Strength prevents or thwarts some behavior  –  it shows her shutting the lion’s mouth  –  and Four of Pentacles is thwarted and not expressing.  The left out card here,  the Seven of Swords criminal,   limits the meanings of the others and is therefore controlling.

 

Ace of Wands is directly assertive,  as in giving an order or hitting.  Strength prevents the action of,  or thwarts,  or makes harmless.  It is seen as solving a situation rather than being aggressive.

 

Strength = Four of Pentacles + Ace of Wands:  forced to keep quiet. She (Strength) shuts him up and he has to (Ace of Wands) restrain himself and not express himself (Four of Pentacles).  This equation is a good example of how Tarot Verbatim functions.

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  INDIVIDUAL RIDER WAITE TAROT CARDS

Four of Pentacles There’s not enough,  and restraining oneself,  and not talking or expressing are core meanings for this Rider Waite Tarot citizen in the Tarot Verbatim system.  It brings forth phrases and words like:  not enough,  shut up,  prevented from,  cowed,  budget,  broke,  short of,  keeping quiet,  secret,  subliminal,  ‘in the bud,’  stifle/stifled,  not ___ing (it) much,  withholding,  not express,  concealed,  quieted or quietly,  potential,  refrain from,  not much,  laying low,  don’t let yourself,  hidden,  undeclared,  undiscovered.

Its illustration shows someone holding onto coins for dear life,  his back to the town,  staring ahead with his lips sealed.  Yes,  he has something to hide and is all alone.

 

Ace of Wands shows a hand with a club in it that looks like a penis and is sprouting (obvious symbols of virility and fertility).  Among the words and phrases it brings are:  force,  make, intimidate,  strict ___,  important,  sexual or sex,  top ____,  have to,  aggression,  win,  power,  weapon,  main point,  make a point.

 

Strength The lion has come against her to attack,  the idea is,  and her character and spiritual ability is so strong (represented by the white robe with garlands of flowers,  and the eternity mathematical symbol above her head) that the lion is influenced against his will to shut up and purr.  This is the victory of diplomacy,  this is overcoming or winning without a struggle,  this is nipping opposition in the bud.

 

Seven of Swords is the mugger,  the spy,  the black op,  the thief,  the guy who gets past your defenses to double-cross you.  He is pictured hot-footing it off from camp with everyone’s weapons held by the blades in his bare hand.  So it also represents taking risks,  self-destructive antics,  hazard and adventure.  This is an assassin’s covert mission,  for example.

 

All the material on this blog is copyrighted.  No use or copying of any part of this material is permitted without written permission of Emily,  its author. ©

Share
Share

18 Comments

  1. Patty

    “holding onto coins for dear life, his back to the town, staring ahead with his lips sealed. Yes, he has something to hide and is all alone.”
    Sounds like someone I know.

    • Come to think of it, that is a good description the Muse came up with.

      Thank you for applying the sentences to other people around you, to your situation.

      Stay tuned.

  2. Patty

    Applies to work situation – higher up the food chain. Someone is being set up to take a fall. We will see.

  3. To Everybody:

    Six eggs in my basket today! Yay! And I’m answering in the afternoon instead of the wee hours. Hope you read the late answers I write.

    I really do have the same feeling about comments that I do when my dear chickens lay beautiful brown eggs in the straw on the porch. Wish I could send you some. They actually get up off the nests so I can collect the eggs unless they are ‘not done yet.’

    Turkey enjoys watching the hens more than anything. He stays on the outside ledge of his bachelor pad where he eats and sleeps, which hangs in his huge cage that represents his ‘yard.’ He stays there to watch his chickens.

    Emily

  4. Me

    He gives the push me pull me thing again.
    Tired tired of trying.

    • Okay, quit trying and demote him to Boy Toy. Nothing like that status to motivate a dude playing hard to get. Let him know he is surplus and he will want to be Prince Charming again. (All women knew this in the Forties and before. We lost it in the Sixties.)

  5. Brittney

    Emily I feel like I am aligned with the strength card today. I feel like I have the power at this point. I hope to use it to the best of my ability; the ball is in my court.

    • I wrote a dissertation somewhere on that card. Would be nice to find it. It represents the TRUE concept that when you are ready for something it does not happen. That when you are capable (and in the mood) to handle a clash with an unreasonable person or situation, the clash does not present itself. That when you have a .357 in your bra, the muggers never come.

      You could also say “It never happens when I am ready for it!”

  6. jules

    Makes sense to me. Describes a situation at work.
    “victory over the situation lies in not being very controlling”
    Thanks,this is so helpful.

    • Yeah, I got a tingle when I typed that one, like there was a receptor for that remark ‘out there.’ You may, like me, find that sometimes it’s best to keep your hands off the steering wheel, and let the tires go where they go.

  7. Win

    Your spread reminds me of the taost saying; ‘four ounces to deflect a thousand pounds’ Thanks for the words

    • or ‘An ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure.’

      As I said to Lori, that one sentence stands out to me. Not unusual for me to learn, years or months later, that something someone hatched did not really occur, that I was either oblivious to or not paying attention to.

  8. Anna

    Cards make total sense today: two of my friends are upset with each other and I have to deftly handle being in the middle and keep things that are said about each other a secret.

    • Anna, the cards seem to be following this saga in your life; it must be more important than it seems in some way. Events later? Lesson absorbed?

      You are up to that sort of dicey diplomacy.

      Emily

      • Anna

        Yes it is huge, one of the girls wants to move out and the other girl wants her guy to move in so big changes are coming.

  9. Lori

    I appreciate the heads up for the week!

    • Hey, thank you. Some of the ‘negative’ things the Tarot says in these messages do give one pause, but usually there is a way to deal with it discussed, or an assurance that it isn’t that bad. I like that.

      Like you, I would rather be warned than not. That sentence “Clearly there is an opponent who is not declared and is also being dealt with arm’s length before it gets to the target” is not just for the day, and is a heads-up.

      Emily

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Three Six Nine Twelve Club

Facebook Page where members uphold one another for the best to happen,in each of our lives and this is YOUR invitation to join us all !

Recent Comments

Leslie D.: Does the 10 of wands indicate that this struggle w...
Marie: Amen! To today's guidance!...
Emily Sandstrom: A lot of work that is a lot of fun for me. Thank ...
DeeDee: Love your Tarot system, thank you Emily. It must b...
Emily: Studying Tarot here? The Page of Pentacles and Pag...
Emily: Sunshine is good, a fine commodity. Hope is even ...
Damary: Your blog post today made me smile and gave me a l...
Emily: I am with you. As I decipher each of these posts,...
Emily: Every once in a while Tarot breaks out into romant...
Emily: Gotcha. Appreciate that report. Anyone else?...
DeeDee: Thanks for this reading today, this resonates with...
Kelly: Some sentences about my future situation. Sure, wh...
August P: Your guidance is invaluable to me and my co-worker...
Emily: Thank you for the report; it means I accomplished ...
Tina: Reading this on Thursday and this was so true what...
Vanessa: The teachings are remarkable, both teaching Tarot ...
Scarlet P.: Love the blog, Emily and I can't wait for the less...
Emily: Thank you. Getting the idea across the way people...
Becky: Thanks Emily- your help is great, I'm not the most...
Emily: Welcome. Google any two cards, and you will acces...
Top
Tarot Verbatim