Our Daily Spread for January 18, 2012 Wednesday©

Jan 18, 2012 by

Advice contrasts total involvement and disengaging entirely; being all for it or all against it.  It is about walking away from the scene you are part of as a member – like family, team, community, the values you currently reflect.  But it is also about not fighting it, not fighting with people, not being involved with people even, and not struggling to make the income that makes you ‘one of the good people of the community.’

 

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 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?”)

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!

 
Five of Wands
Three of Wands – Eight of Cups – Ten of Cups

 

 

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

 

 

Marriage (Ten of Cups)

 

Avoid getting married or ‘die trying.’

He will be getting out of the house by quarreling.

They aren’t going to have fights in their marriage.

We will always be happy together; we don’t fight anymore.

The marriage will end violently.

I try to avoid it, but I’m going to get married.

 

Family (Ten of Cups)

 

Family fights are going to stop.

We are going to avoid fights in this family.

Left the family and making every effort to stay that way.

We will always be happy together; we quit fighting.

Trying so hard to get out but is still accepted as one of the family.

Family will get him out of the house, he is combative.

Will abandon that combative family as early as (I) can.

 

Belonging/Community (Ten of Cups)

 

They all are making good money, are averse to leaving the organization.

Will be such an effort to leave that great place to live.

Against moving away from home: always be with us.

It was hard to get out of there before it was time, but I will be a civilian now.

After the activity, everybody went home looking forward to more gatherings.

 

Making a Living (Three of Wands)

 

All my effort goes into making a living, it’s dark when I am going home.

Disenchanted (not happy anymore) with the struggle for making money.

People who struggle and don’t quite make a living.

The people who are making money drop out of involvement in causes.

I was prosperous back there, but I will be struggling to make money.

Quit trying as soon as my income brought a good life.

I have arrived, will not be struggling.

When the income is cut off he goes home and fights with them.

 

Not Belonging/Leaving (Eight of Cups)

 

Always avoid contentious people.

Quit being one of those people who struggles for a living (drop out).

Dropping out of the competitive team for a while.

Is not going to be in their team competition anymore.

Will not be actively involved in the community.

He/She is going to drop out of aerobic exercise.

I am just going to be happy and not get involved in anything.

It was hard to get out of there before it was time, but I will be a civilian now.

We always are going to leave those community activities early.

There will be a big effort away from family values.

Will be trying sooo hard not to be a joiner.

Will abandon that combative family life as early as (I) can.

I got out of that clan, I was against what they are about and always will be.

A big effort to avoid people from now on.

 

 

Now,  Part Two,

Do you want to know a little, or a lot, about how this Tarot Verbatim ™ thing works? If so,

*Go to Learn Tarot by Observing 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 in your mind to make the message.

*Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  It is what each of the four cards,  by itself,  has to say.  It shows you 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.

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Five of Wands
Three of Wands – Eight of Cups – Ten of Cups

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

 

 

Family, Ten of Cups, is flanked on the left by Eight of Cups leaving (abandoning, getting out, dropping out early) and on the right by Five of Wands fighting (trying, making an effort, putting energy into, involved in activity). There’s our story.

 

The remaining card points to a continuing action and/or to the future. Three of Wands is often ‘will be’ or ‘continue to be.’ It refers to income, thus to ‘making a living’ and to ‘making money.’

 

Ten of Cups refers to marriage and community or group or even ‘people’ as well as to family. It is also ‘family values.’ It is ‘the good people’ in the sense of the respectable prosperous people who live in the good neighborhood, kind of like the ‘good’ of Hierophant. So Ten of Cups can be a church group, a gathering of the folks in the neighborhood or condominium, etc. Your ‘bad guys’ group is Ten of Pentacles; this is the ‘good guys’ group.

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY THE PICTURES

 

 

Three of Wands refers to continuing action and/or to the future. Three of Wands is often ‘will be’ or ‘continue to be.’ It refers to income, thus to ‘making a living’ and to ‘making money.’ Its illustration is a merchant who is watching the ships come in that carry his new merchandise and his coming profit.

 


 

Eight of Cups To heck with it, I’m outa here. Dropping out. Getting out of one and into another. Detour, change or correction of course. Leaving early. The union of the new and the full moon says it all, doesn’t it? – love that! His illustration shows a pilgrim (yes, tradition says that’s a person on a pilgrimage, a religious trip) changing his course because the terrain forces it.

 


 

Ten of Cups is marriage, family, the good people of the community, community life, wholesomeness, being happy and well-adjusted (hate that term!), getting together or togetherness. It is one of the cards that referss to children as well: a boy and a girl. Illustration is the ‘American Dream’: the house on the golf course, happy embracing couple, two happy kids, rainbow over Their Home. (No dog!)

 


 

Five of Wands suggests sweat! Getting all worked up about; putting energy into; trying hard; fighting or struggling; being averse or against; opposing with all your might. Getting involved, gung-ho. Conflict, combative, competition or compete or competitive. Aerobic exercise. Violence.
 


 

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  1. Win

    Oh yeah, right on as usual! Fighting and not fighting all in the same breath, hemm.. ” yield rather than touch, touch rather than hit, hit rather than break, break reather than maim, maim rather than … Master Po, from the legendary “Kung Fu” t.v. series, early 70’s. Just one of the thoughts inspired by your asume spead! Blessings all around…………

    • Welcome back. Missed your poesy. That’s a good parallel you contributed. Don’t miss the 22nd. Incredible … methinks. It just kept growing.

  2. Anna

    Yes I’m not going to struggle to make him behave, I’m going off in a different direction and looking to the future

    • That is sooo grown-up. The ‘make me be good mama’ gambit is a substitute for what we cow-humans see as a relationship. It culminates in what I call the bitch-brat relationship … often in marriage. Requiring the lover to voluntarily engage in meaningful exchanges counters that gambit. I am tired, I could have said this better earlier today.

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