Our Daily Spread April 12, 2012 Thursday©

Apr 12, 2012 by

Guidance Well, what? This is a power struggle involving the women (or the girls), the good guy (or government person). It involves a forceful invasion of turf and a forceful defense. The suggestion is the defenders, the good guys, win. Whoever this message belongs to will relate to it; to most people it is ho-hum. (Please don’t shoot the messenger, tomorrow is another day.)

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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!




Seven of Wands
Three of Cups – King of Cups – Ace of Swords


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Good Guys Win (King of Cups + Ace of Swords)



A shared victory, us good guys fought them off.



All must hang together and defend against the petty man with power.



The good guys won, we all stood up for ourselves.



The women stood up for him, that is how the good guy got his power.




Resisting Womanly Influence (Seven of Wands + Three of Cups)



Being around those socialites and having to be the indoor type rankles him.



Sharing her upbeat friends with her, he forces himself to be nice.



He doesn’t want to be sharing her girl world, he is against being soft.



You have to join in with the girls whether you protest or are polite to them.



Women rule, and a guy has to be nice to get along with them.



He forces himself to be nice; he has to, to be one of the team.



He is wrought up about this, is making those girls share credit with him.




Girl Power (Three of Cups + Ace of Swords)



The girls had to win, they stuck together and backed him into a corner, and he was nice about it.



The ladies’ team won on profitability, invading the guys’ turf.



Girls must stick together to make gentlemen of the guys.



Women celebrate when they make a gentlemen of a man.



He has to join in, he has to be the gentleman.







The candidate all the women are against wins.



A weak man like him has to push women around.


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Seven of Wands
Three of Cups – King of Cups – Ace of Swords




Not much going on here. Seven of Wands and Ace of Swords are both very confrontational. Seven of Wands is defending turf forcefully and Ace of Swords is conquering force. Together, they suggest the defender wins.


But Three of Cups and Ace of Cups are convivial – good feelings, camaraderie, sharing, the good man or good guy, the easygoing bureaucratic type fellow, the indoor dude.


It boils down to office politics, or even a political candidate being backed (or not).


Ho hum.




Three of Cups Mostly a girl’s card. It is one of the ‘meeting of three’ cards. The women pooled their money, invested in growing pumpkins, are freely sharing the profit from their crop. It is about business profits, getting along, a team, sticking together. It is often dating or girls’ night out, but not here.
King of Cups is the gentleman, the emotional man, the bureaucrat, the weak man, the affectionate man, the drinking man, the good man or good guy. He is pictured sitting on a throne in the ocean with a ship behind him in the distance. He is holding a cup in one hand and some … maybe symbol of power … in the other. It looks like a flashlight. His expression suggests (to me) someone who is inebriated or close to it.
Ace of Swords Aggression, ultimatum, assertive, force, weapon, victory or win, mandate or order, challenge. It often means you have to. A hand holds a sword crowned, with laurel leaves on the crown. Obviously, victory.
Seven of Wands defends turf (real or imagined). ‘I’m mad as hell and I won’t take it any more’ or ‘Gimme the keys, and, no I am not going to put gas in the car.’ So it is a story of a pushy jerk invading someone’s rightful turf, from either perspective – the jerk’s or the rightful owner’s.



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  1. Sue

    Does a power struggle against yourself count? I beat my procrastination today. Other than that, I didn’t leave the house.

    • That definitely counts. Our most important struggles are within. Winning them makes the external trouble go smooth.

  2. Anna

    Looking back, all the spreads this week have been accurate: the depression, the power struggle, etc. I don’t recognize these themes as they are happening, it isn’t until later that I look and realize “ahhh yes I see…”

    • It’s the pattern you recognize when you put them all together.
      There’s more to come in this theme of overcoming and enjoying life in spite of the bumps in the road. I have finished the 17th today, so I know. (I need to get ahead to do the newsletter. Also Billijo is going to officiate at a VIP horse show in town, and won’t be here to put cards up.)

      Thank you for telling me (and us) this. It’s good to know.

  3. brittney

    This must have been for me Emily because I am in a power struggle with the ding dong(man) I called you about earlier this week. I am not calling him and I take it he’s not calling me. If he does not give in he will lose out, so it’s whatever, It will suck to have to search for another good lay, other than that the cookies smell good!!!!

    • When you stop bleeding you start breathing. After 51, you can make beautiful use of it but you don’t need to: a great place to be.

      I read a guy’s explanation one time about how guys have an idea they cannot marry until they have achieved something … own a house, have a good job, whatever … and they will pass up the best woman and then marry an ordinary one because of the timing.

      I have noticed that men come in season to be married: A man who has dated and turned his nose up at the town best will suddenly say something like ‘I’m never getting married. Watch for that: You will see him married to a plump waitress who poured him coffee at the diner. He will have some halfway plausible reason for doing that, that I saw through easily. This pattern I watched for many years while I was a court reporter in civilization.

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