Our Daily Spread January 30, 2012 Monday©

Jan 30, 2012 by

Advice  We are fair to our fellow-beings because of experiences of the past that we faced and got out of to live again.  The past is behind  –  both the past that upsets us and the past we are sentimental about.  Be careful on your way out of here because where you are going may be the next place you put behind you.  And good memories are where you treated others well,  whether they treated you that way or not:  Being right is oh so sweet!  –  when you don’t have to be defensive about where you came from.

 

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!

 

 

 

 

 

Six of Cups
Six of Swords – Six of Pentacles – Seven of Wands

 

 

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

 

 

Romance is Over (Six of Swords + Six of Cups)

 

 

When a romance is over, we insist we were in the right (no matter what).

We had a wonderful love affair ‘way back when, but now that I have moved on, it’s a struggle to have a fair-and-square exchange.

Being in love just isn’t worth the effort anymore.

No more love! That’s it! It’s not fair! I’m done with it!

I wasn’t ready for that love affair, never got it right, so I left.

Love puts you through hell, and you leave when it isn’t worth it.

If you just can’t get yourself to treat a loved one right, it’s time to leave.

Treat your old lover right because the next one could be worse if you leave.

Trying to leave and have a romance with him/her, but money is in the way.

 

Romance (Six of Cups)

 

Moving away to live with someone you love is such an effort but is worth it.

I am avoiding being in love until I can do it right.

Left a good-paying job because love made him/her do it.

Insists he loves you but isn’t there when it’s time to pay up.

He protests that you left him behind when he was treating you right and loved you.

He insists that you either pay your girl’s share, or you just don’t go out.

We make every effort, we go out of our way, to treat one another lovingly.

We go out of our way to insist a loved one is right.

He caught it from his girl friend and he is still struggling, not over it yet.

 

Protest (Seven of Wands)

 

Have not paid, not paying, and not going to pay.

Standing up for what is right for the children to have a better life than this.

 

Legal (Six of Pentacles)

 

Defending himself in court about a long-ago romance he put behind him.

Defending a juvenile court action is something to avoid.

He quits protesting his innocence in a court of law.

Protesting paying an old fine that you avoided a while ago.

He was forced out of his home by legal action. Better times ahead.

He protests in court that he was gone away then and the child isn’t his.

The deceased was vehement about bequeathing to sibling/child/children.

 

Home (Six of Cups)

 

The pressure of the expenses of the old house is a thing of the past.

Moving out of your childhood home, you are faced with expenses.

 

Children/Babies (Six of Cups)

 

No way to avoid paying for a baby.

Forced to delay having children because of the expenses.

No way to get out of having children, it’s the right thing.

 

Leaving/Left (Six of Swords)

 

The kid got mad and left because he was treated like a kid.

When you can’t pay the upkeep of the old house, you leave it.

He left and is adamantly refusing to pay child support.

Not a kid anymore but not ready to pay (my) dues, either.

Protests the phasing out of what is right and the way things have always been.

Putting the old-fashioned values behind, resisting all that, to collect what is yours.

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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Six of Cups
Six of Swords – Six of Pentacles – Seven of Wands

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

 

 

Elements of quite a few stores at once present themselves upon our peeking into the conference room where these four are. (Sure glad it wasn’t the Six of Wands there!) Elements are:
*Leaving, phasing out or putting behind (Six of Swords);

 

 
*paying or receiving money, attention, or fair treatment, legal processes – doing right by another (Six of Pentacles);

 

 
*protest, struggle, being faced with, defending, standing up for or against pressure or incursion (Seven of Wands);

 

 
*and sweet love, childhood or children, home, home place, innocence, being a kid, old-fashioned values (Six of Cups).

 

So we put together the stories.  Protesting about a child is Seven of Wands + Six of Cups.  Leaving childhood behind is Six of Swords + Six of Cups.  Juvenile court is Six of Pentacles + Six of Cups.  Child support is Six of Pentacles + Six of Cups too.  You can put these together yourself if you have the time and inclination. 

 

(Do you like those exercises? – Tarot Talks is going to be a category of this blog, which will deconstruct four cards into all its two-card combinations and give those meanings.)

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY THE PICTURES

 

 

Six of Swords  Leaving the scene, leaving anything behind, getting over it, phasing out, something is over with … anymore.  The mood of this card is the future is better because you have run out of bad luck in the past.  It tells you things are as bad as they are going to get at whatever point in the story it refers to.  Illustration is refugees leaving a place with the clothes on their backs, with the aid of someone who has a crude boat.
Six of Pentacles shows people getting paid fairly for what they did.  The boss is weighing coins to make sure of that. The scales refer to justice meanings for this Rider Waite Tarot card, at least in Tarot Verbatim ™. Receiving and paying money, attention, respect, one’s due … anything. Receiving and spreading germs too!  Not to mention getting what (we) deserve!
Seven of Wands  Mad as hell and isn’t going to take it any more.  Struggle, protest, defending, mouthing off on the soapbox, teenage attitude, pushy person, fighting against – illustrated by a fellow roused from bed to defend his land from neighbors who outnumber him and aim to take it.  There’s an assumption he will win against the odds.   He is upset.  Seven of Wands refers to being in the states aforementioned;  it does not have to be a male per se.
Six of Cups  Oh, home sweet home.  Old-fashioned.  Old love, old love affair.  Old memories.  Sweetness.  Innocence.  A home, especially a cozy one.  Babies and children.  Being a child or childish.  Values.  Your sweetie.  Your childhood sweetheart.  Little Boy gives Little Girl flowers in front of an old castle or apartment building, the illustration being rendered with curved lines and in soft shades.




 

 

 

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6 Comments

  1. Me

    I’m sort of lost today, forgive me.

  2. jules

    Plenty here for me today. Confirms where I stand at this point in a parting
    of ways. Being nice in a break up as an insurance premium toward future good
    outcomes in relationships. Also, we just learn.

    I’m taking a breather, nice to be in control of my own free time again.
    The sentences about relationships not being “worth it” apply…for now:)

    • Yay for you, Jules. ‘Parting can be such sweet sorrow’ as Shakespeare wrote.
      That’s a good description of your GPS there.

      “Worth it” is a good yardstick. Remember Ann Landers famous “Are you better off with him or without him” yardstick?

  3. Lori

    She was forced out of his home by legal action. Better times ahead.
    We make every effort, we go out of our way, to treat one another lovingly.

    These are the lines speaking to me today, happy Mnday everybody!

    • To you, too. It feels like Sunday to me … very quiet outside except for the happy vocal chickens who lay more eggs than we know what to do with. All the dogs get treats of the eggs, which is their reward for getting along with the chickens.

      Thank you for ontributing. Any time, you can add a testimony; I am collecting them because that is what convinces strangers!

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