Our Daily Spread April 10, 2012 Tuesday©

Apr 10, 2012 by

Guidance   The past is a fact, and we can rework it without being delusional. We can recycle the parts that we no longer have use for. Handling the past: what parts we take with us as we head for the future, and what parts we are stuck on wishing to God things had been different: We can plan what use we make of the parts. What we pursue on a daily basis makes a good or a regrettable past. The messages are also about turning financial bad times around, too.

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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!





Five of Cups
Hierophant – Knight of Wands – Two of Wands


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Motivated by Regret or Loss (Knight of Wands + Five of Cups)



Business-as-usual got us to this sorry scene: We will head away from here fast.



Because of the sickness, I will be energetically pursuing what makes me normal.



It’s the things in my past I wish were different that got me on the course of being stable and acting like everyone else.



Looking where I’m going, and going at a safe speed, because of DUI.



Pursuing a plan to give up drinking makes (him) okay.



This avid pursuit of religion is permanent because (he) feels such shame.



After that bad scene, my plans are to go only where it’s safe.



Get yourself out of depression and your outlook will be okay.



You will get over the loss, the disappointment, it’s going to be fine.



Planning to get out of the way things have always been.



It’s okay to regret what should have been, but pursue your future.



Is sorry for the past, will catch up to being a decent person.



Things will be made safe fast after the tragedy.




THE PURSUIT OF WEALTH (Knight of Wands + Two of Wands)



Feels like a loser just being average, is headed for being a bankster.



Putting being broke behind and having a secure middle-class lifestyle.



Going after what everybody else is doing will lose you that wealthy future.



Good guys lose out on the fast money.



Losing the good name but fast getting financially set.



Losers pursue financial power and titles.



Will get ahead fast and repent in church.



Pursuing great wealth, you take losses on ‘sure things.’



Feels bad leaving a known place to pursue a future.




Miscellaneous Personal Progress (Knight of Wands)



What we pursue on a daily basis makes a good or a regrettable past.



If only I could openly plan to get out of here.



Will rush over and be sorry for the usual reasons.



Plan for a loss of physical energy.



Will be out of physical, clinical, depression quickly.



Will run to the church to repent.



Failed here, will physically leave.



Regret having been so proper even though it brings security.



Respectability costs you dearly but you are sticking with that course.



Is failing but will get to a ‘C’ quickly.




Business: Getting Out of a Loss (Knight of Wands + Five of Cups)



Losses are projected; our financial plan is to go middle-of-the-road.



With decent people in control, we will get over the depression quickly.



The financial plan is the status quo – just getting away from bad times.



It’s perfectly okay to get out of here fast, stability is lost.



When (he) left, things were normal but the outlook is grim.



The hotshot will lose to the mainstream runner (candidate).



Long term the investment is all right, short term it’s a loser.



Getting real estate out of your name so you will be broke.



It’s their loss they passed by this very ordinary investment.





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Five of Cups

Hierophant – Knight of Wands – Two of Wands




Hierophant and Two of Wands complement one another intricately along the lines of meaning ‘a sure thing.’ Hierophant means respectable, official, conservative; Two of Wands means security, financial security and financial control. It is a plan.


Hierophant is the religion (or church); Two of Wands is the bank (or financier, or the man who owns the town).


Two of Wands is the good future; Five of Cups is the sad past.


Knight of Wands is in a hurry, getting places, pursuing or running away, making (fast) progress.


Five of Cups is a loss, the sad past, regret, being sorry, mourning and not seeing the future because of the effect or haze of the past: being haunted. With the spilled wine, it also speaks of a drinking problem as well as turning one’s back on drinking (the remaining cups).


Our story, when unraveled, is about handling the past: whether we leave it behind and head for the future or whether we are stuck on wishing to God things had been different. It is about turning financial bad times around, too.




Hierophant is the official story, the official title, the official name (as on the title) the respectable face of things, the physical aspect, the protocol or ordinary way, average, middle, clean or cleaned up. It is ‘should’ a lot. Decent, harmless, good, safe, all right, usual, okay. The illustration shows the pope and assistants doing an official ceremony, which is what they usually do.
Knight of Wands mainly is speed. In a hurry, moving out, fast progress, getting out of Dodge, rush job, runs, getting to, heading on a course. You see him with his nervous horse, looking panicky himself (in my opinion), the wind whipping his clothes as he goes.
Two of Wands There stands the banker, the man who owns the town, with the globe in his hands (a bit of humor from Pamela Coleman Smith, the artist?) on the roof of his castle, planning how he is going to make even more money from that real estate. Financial security, financial planning, the future (often contributing simply ‘will’ or ‘will be’). The plan. Strangely, this card never shows up for that rich man women want as the boyfriend.
Five of Cups A black-robed bent figure gazes at spilled wine, his back to remaining full cups. Sky is gray. (The red and green colors coming from the cups invite the subject of losing body fluids.)

Five of Cups is a loss, the sad past, bad times and bad scenes, regret, being sorry, mourning and not seeing the future because of the effect or haze of the past: being haunted. With the spilled wine, it also speaks of a drinking problem as well as turning one’s back on drinking (the remaining cups). It means sadness and disappointment. It means being broke. It means a loss, losing, loser, failure and fail. It refers to a bad scene you regret or repent of. It refers to something that cost you dearly. It refers to sickness






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  1. Anna

    This spread seems general enough it could apply to me, but I’m not sure I’m down about anything. I’m getting rid of / decluttering stuff and it can be sad that I held on to stuff I’ve not needed to hang onto.

    • This spread is perfect for going through junk: what to keep and what to part with.

      I like the tone of today’s. To me, it’s saying ‘What the hell, I could have done something a little different, but these terrific things are keepers.’

  2. Sue

    This is what I needed to hear. Thanks.

    • Thank you. It’s about making use of whatever we find regrettable. When I read it just now, it seemed more negative than when I typed it. To me, these are about mundane things, minor things, most of the sentences. It is odd to have card meaning future (Two of Wands) and a card meaning past (Five of Cups) next to one another.
      It’s saying ‘never mind all that, use it to inform your actions ahead.’

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