Our Daily Spread for November 9, 2011 Wednesday ©

Nov 9, 2011 by

Advice When we are told a truth,  or when the news is scary,  we get upset;  but we also calm down … or are calmed down by a caring friend … and we look for ways to change our situation,  or to change ourselves.  An older friend tells him something about himself that upsets him.  A handsome young man who is celibate realizes this is getting on his last nerve.  The good-looking fellow comes to you;  he is back and you are nervous.

(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!

Nine of Swords

Hermit  – Page of Wands  –  Judgment


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

Friends Perspective

A friend who cares tells (you) he is worried about (you).

Tells a friend who cares (he) is upset about (him)self.

A friend who is a good person says he/she can’t sleep.

So devoted to this good person,  he goes back to staying up late.

This good person is so devoted to you,  (he) goes back to staying up late.

A reminder to go talk to someone who is grieving.

A friend comes and talks (you) out of (your) anxiety.

Worries and Fears Perspective

Is told something that worries (him),  so (he) changes the trip.

Goes back to (his) real name,  afraid ‘they’ are looking for (him).

A handsome young man who is celibate realizes this is getting on his last nerve.

It is scary when the dead speak the truth.

With this healer,  you recover your good health that you worry about.

Gets over being stressed out when a friends comes over to talk.

It’s alarming when a doctor tells you he is worried.

His older and wiser friend brings distressing news.

Calm down by talking yourself out of being scared or stressed out.

Is upset about her appearance and seeks to have it changed.

Optimist gets the message when he is older,  and worries.

The good-looking fellow comes to you;  he is back and you are nervous.

Identity,  Real Name

Afraid to say who he is or say his real name.

Searching the name,  an upsetting revelation occurs.

Can’t Sleep/Insomnia Perspective

Helps his clean-cut friend who can’t sleep recover.

Helps his friend who is fearful or nervous to change.

Goes back to (his) real name,  afraid ‘they’ are looking for (him).

Wakes up from a bad dream and inspects his body.

A doctor’s advice about recovering from insomnia.

When your body gets old,  you dread waking up.

News,  the Facts or Truth

The awful truth is told and repeated.

It is scary when the dead speak the truth.

When you discover the facts,  you are embarrassed about what you said.

When you are told some bad news,  investigate.

He/She tells us the awful alarming truth.

Brings him the bad news personally.

What I said was true,  but what a headache when someone repeated it.

The Dead Speak

Old man comes back from the dead to speak with the bereaved.

It is scary when the dead speak the truth.

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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Two of these Rider Waite citizens refer to speaking or an announcement – Page of Wands and Judgment.  And they each also mean a good person.   Page of Wands is to speak or tell,  simply.  Judgment means a formal announcement,  speak loudly,  news,  to sound an alarm.


(Page of Wands also means young,  good-looking or handsome,  well-dressed,  a good-guy or good reputation and to  ‘speak up’  or  ‘stand up,’  as well as name or identity.)


(Judgment also means change,  to return to a former state or condition,  new life,  realization,  wakes up,  to appear unexpectedly (pop up),  sudden,  to go back to,  and  “re”  words:  resume, recover, restore.)


100 sentences could be written in a jiffy here.  This is a good spread for learners of Tarot.  Here are some examples of common phrases and concepts from two-card combinations contained in this spread (and these are just a few):


Hermit is old and wise,  Page of Wands is young and immature:  “his friend who is older and wiser.”    Hermit is wise and Page of Wands is words:  words of wisdom.   Hermit is a friend who helps and Page of Wands is tells;  so this means a wise friend talks to you,  or you tell your wise friend something.  (Since Page of Wands is self and one’s image,  the conversation could be personal.)


Judgment is change and Nine of Swords is something to worry about or that is scary (so  ‘afraid of change’  or a scary change).  Judgment is news and Nine of Swords is scary (really bad news announcement).  Judgment means recover and Nine of Swords is stress or insomnia (recover from stress or insomnia).  Judgment is to wake up,  and Nine of Swords is a bad dream.  (I could go on!)



Hermit shows the old monk out looking for people to help on the road at night.  The meanings for him include friend,  friend who cares,  healer or physician or counselor,  trip,  friendly,  search,  truth,  help,  sincere,  devoted,  celibate,  healer,  to go to (another),  honest,  elderly or older,  devotee,  being true.


Page of Wands A nice young man,  well-dressed and well-spoken  –  the  ‘fair-haired boy,’  if you please  – speaks up.  The meanings for him include self,  speak,  good person,  name,  identity,  handsome or good-looking,  young,  to stand up,  to be yourself,  optimist,  honest.


Judgment depicts resurrection day (one of the cards inserted in the Middle Ages to keep the deck from being something evil) with the angel blowing the trumpet to wake the dead.  The meanings for him include to speak,  change,  announcement or declaration,  verdict,  return to a former state or condition,  new life,  realization,  sudden,  speak to the dead,  resume,  recover,  restore,  unexpected appearance,  goes back to,  alarm,  awakes.


Nine of Swords You don’t need to be told;  the illustration says it all:   A person in a nightgown sits up holding his/her face in the classic  ‘What am I going to do?’  stance.  The meanings for him include nightmare, worry,  up nights or can’t sleep, crying,  fear or afraid,  insomnia,  anxiety,  upset,  grief,  gets on (his) nerves,  wake up in the middle of the night,  stays up late,  scary.

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  1. Win

    Walking the day, how that near full moon keeps me up. Thank God for good friends and sound advice,

    • Very good. You are learning to read Tarot by coming here. Other people tell me the full moon affects their sleep. Rhodiola rosea all month gives anyone a feeling of well-being. It is an adaptogen and prompts the body to make neurotransmitters. And valerian root at the time your sleep is being affected … especially if you take it in champagne or other liquor … will relax the muscles and put you into a deep lasting sleep. My deceased husband used to use red wine, and it took the edge off his snarly temper, it did.


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