Our Daily Spread January 27, 2012 Friday©

Jan 27, 2012 by

Advice   Growing up in a screwed-up bad scene motivates a person to get out of there and succeed (sometimes).   The opposite of this is the person who has the good-guy respectable look and uses it to take advantage,  con,  mooch and steal from fellow humans.   Self-improvement or destroying others:  Contrast.   We also say that a person who has exited the internal or external ghetto can inspire others to do so by example.

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!



Page of Wands
Chariot – Five of Swords – Ten of Pentacles



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



Look Honest to Rip Them Off (Five of Swords + Page of Wands)



A bad company intends to take advantage of its good member(s).

He is the ambitious spokesperson for a shlock company that cuts a lot of corners.

The body shop that rips people off is sooo respectable.

To succeed in dealing with the public, be both intimidating and such a good guy.

He succeeds in ripping off all the relatives with his good-guy act.

Politicians have to look respectable to win so they can steal.

A thug who has the skill to talk the good talk is serious trouble.

Determined to be the Good Party in the bad marriage when he is the perp.



Motivation to Exit a Bad Scene (Chariot + Ten of Pentacles)



He can motive this crew of low-rent misfits, that’s the kind of fellow he is.

He is charged with making these bums look respectable any way he can.

Coming from a family of thieves, he is driven to be trustworthy.

A person from the ghetto who has the drive to be somebody in spite of it all.

A disadvantaged background sets you up for success if you beat it and have the look.

A rough life with rough people makes a guy want to be oh so clean.

Family browbeats the ruffian to polish himself and be a success.



Get Tough to Succeed (Chariot + Five of Swords)



Being straight up and being a fighter, you can handle any kind of trouble.

An honest politician gets the job done by intimidation.

Deal harshly with troublemakers and they decide to talk sweet to you.

You have to get rough with some of those people people before you can get them to clean up their act.






He aims to get personally even with the people who caused him all that trouble.

Sleazy thuggy in-laws get ahead by dropping my name.

Puts in a good word for a fellow who is in a lot of criminal trouble about cars.



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.

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. You enjoy it. (Testimonials are on the web site. http://EmilysInsight.com.)

Page of Wands
Chariot – Five of Swords – Ten of Pentacles






Uh-oh. The Bad Guys are here and so is The Thug.  But we have the Good Guy and we have motivation, ambition to succeed.  Hmm, movin’ on up out of the slums or dysfunctional family, methinks!


Bad Guys is Ten of Pentacles, the misfit clan, the dysfunctional family, the sleazeball relatives, even the mob or gang or politicians; and Five of Swords is taking advantage, stealing, being an intimidating thug, an unethical scag.  If Ten of Pentacles is being The Mob, Five of Swords would be the muscle.


Over on the other side of the ledger, Chariot and Page of Wands are straight arrows.   Chariot is a strategist who succeeds by using both elements that are in his favor and elements that aren’t to get ahead.   Headwind or tailwind both get him there.   He is skilled, able, ambitious; he succeeds.   And Page of Wands is a natural to succeed the easy way because of his looks and his smooth talking.   He is the tennis pro, the fair-haired boy.   He has trines in his chart and a rich mama that loves him.   He mainly has the look.   (By the way, Pages can be females, too.)






Chariot Chariot is a strategist who succeeds by using both elements that are in his favor and elements that aren’t to get ahead.  Headwind or tailwind both get him there.  He is skilled, able, ambitious; he succeeds.  This is a male card, although females can do what is stands for.
Five of Swords  This is the guy who stole your stuff:  Taking advantage, stealing, being an intimidating thug, an unethical scag, is his forte.  He is the smirking smart alec.  He is the ex.  He is the guy who sues the doctor for saving his life.  He pawns your wedding ring.



Ten of Pentacles Dysfunctional, disreputable family.  Your ex and his relatives. Any corrupt company, organization or agency.  Misfits and miscreants.  The low class neighbors next door.  People we love to hate.  Corporations we love to hate.  Politicians we love to hate.  In-laws and outlaws.
Page of Wands Such a Nice Guy.  He could sell iceboxes to Eskimos.  He is the clean cut good looking well spoken fair-haired boy.  You know him: the tennis pro.  The guy who up-sold you that appliance or vehicle.  Just look at him there:  Admit it; you like him.



Copyright © 2012 – Emily Erickson-Sandstrom. All rights are reserved. You may not distribute this written material in any way. You may not sell it, or reprint any part of it without written consent from the author, except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review.


Related Posts


Share This


  1. Win

    Staying aware and making it work with all the elements, OPEN EYES, OPEN. How do I see thru my clouds, oh, the joys of living! Love your new text. My eyes are going on me, looking for the click to see the full screen of the card drawn, the detail really help engaging your choice words. Asume share…

    • Wow, Win, that’s a testimonial if ever there was one. Yes, if you click on the card, it enlarges it. The new typeface or font allows for more space and less crowding between lines of print. I discovered it on GMail. It’s called Comic Sans (really). Thank you for your contributions: Several people who call for readings like what you have to say. You have a fan club here.

  2. Lori

    So glad I got away from those people both in my own family and my ex-in lawa!!!!!

    • I’ll break a bottle of champagne in favor of that. To me, that is what life is all about: Find Your Scene.

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

Emily: I THINK (I am okay); THEREFORE I AM....
Me: Help!...
Emily: Funny how I was hesitant to put up this negative s...
Liz: It's spreads like these that make me realize how l...
Emily: You called and told me about it. Yeah, that was g...
Kelly: Really rough day dealing with an ill family member...
Emily: Special Delivery, Overnight, Postpaid....
me: Send me one of those!...
Kelly: For me, the summary at the bottom "nails it" regar...
BB: The lessons are great. I feel that I can read my o...
Emily: I put the xxx in there to get this to post. Tried...
Emily: xxx Philip, if you follow the lessons and use t...
Philip: Emily, your e-mail readings are great fun to read....
Emily: ha-ha You did not have to catch-and-release....
Me: You saved me from food poisoning!’...
Me: Can’t wait for this to happen. Bring it on!...
Kelly: Sure thing. Yes, I comment more often than shows u...
Emily: ... and I bet you learned some of that good observ...
Emily: Hi, Kelly - good to see you here again. Your comm...
Kelly: makes sense to me. The comments about romance and ...
Tarot Verbatim