Our Daily Spread December 25, 2011 Sunday ©

Dec 25, 2011 by

Advice We have two kind devoted people on either side of a child,  and a woman who handles any problem also present.  Since it’s Christmas Day,  a children’s day,  our spread refers to a road trip and to making ourselves and a child happy  –  because the couple is devoted to one another’s happiness as they are to the child’s.  So today’s message is a warm family scene of caring for one another.  We are grateful for it.

(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 Group Analytical Tarot Reading below.   One or more of those sentences has something to say to you.   Intuitively pick those out and decide whether to encourage or suppress them.   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!


Queen of Pentacles –  Sun –  Hermit


GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT READING Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.


They care for the child (Queen of Pentacles, Hermit,  Sun)

She and he care for one another and the kid(s);  nothing gets in the way of that.

He is devoted to her and the child,  and she handles the problems.

She disciplines the kid(s) and handles the money,  and he is devoted and helpful.

Both he and she are not letting anything overshadow the kids’ happiness.

When the little one is out playing,  she and he are engrossed in a hands-on task.

Take the child out of the house on a trip while she handles the gifts.

She can handle the kid(s) while he watches out for the woman whose place it is.

When he and she are on a trip with the child/ren,  she makes them behave.

She gives him the money to go see his (son);  that is how she handles it.

He is grateful how well she treats the child yet makes him/her behave.

He sees to it that she and his child don’t have to handle that.

She can handle anything,  even a road trip with a kid.


Making one another happy (Queen of Pentacles,  Sun,  Hermit)

Even a devoted couple who enjoy and care for one another have problems.

This couple takes care of each other’s happiness,  nipping conflict in the bud.

Not letting anything get in the way of enjoying one another’s company.

We both make an effort to avoid any conflicts and be considerate of others.

A trip away from home to mama’s place:  You can handle it.

She is going there to have fun and give them something that will fix some situation.

The solution is to just be happy with one another.

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Queen of Pentacles –  Sun –  Hermit




Queen of Pentacles and Hermit are both caretakers  (people who support or take care of others or of another).  They are both devoted.  Hermit is a road trip,  is helping and is a patient man.  Queen of Pentacles supports financially and is in charge of a place (business or home or estate).  These two are a couple here.


Sun is a child,  is fun,  is getting out of the house,  is a happy kid playing.


Strength is a woman who handles or solves a situation or nips a problem or trouble in the bud.  She also makes something or someone behave,  sets things straight –  hence, disciplining the child in this case.


Since this is Christmas Day,  it seems to me part of these refer to wrapping presents when children or a child is in the house and needs to be elsewhere.  Since it’s Christmas Day,  the happy child in the center of our spread,  with two caring people on either side,  is good to see.

The road trip is Sun and Hermit:  Sun leaves the house and Hermit is on the road.




Queen of Pentacles supports and is capable and able.  She has money or handles money,  she is running a place (business or farm or estate or enterprise).  She can be the matriarch,  and she can baby her man to the point of being possessive as well.  She is pictured here in Rider Waite Tarot outdoors on solid ground (no water on her throne!)  surrounded by verdant growth.  The goats-head arms of her throne suggest she can be witchy.


Sun is the child (sometimes means children too),  the happy child,  the playful child,  the child who is outdoors.  Since it’s Christmas Day,  the happy child in the center of our spread,  with two caring people on either side,  is good to see. Illustration shows a child who left the house to play on a wicked pony.


Hermit is a devoted caring person,  a kind man who goes out of his way to help people,  who goes out on the road at night looking for them.  He looks out for us.  He is a monk,  so patience,  quietness and monogamy or celibacy are his attributes as well.


Strength Like Queen of Pentacles,  she handles things and is capable.  She makes people behave,  handles conflict,  nips opposition in the bud,  and tames the surly beast as she does here with the lion who was going to attack her until he came close enough to be affected by her vibes.

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  1. Anna

    “A warm family scene of caring” yep this is how the day really was 🙂

  2. Merry Christmas to you Emily and the elk!

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