Our Daily Spread May 01, 2012 Tuesday©

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Guidance Not playing by the rules … (cheating, stealing, flings) is decided upon, we say. We weigh the fun or reward factor against the risk factor. A sweet naïve lady thinks up ways to pay the cad back. The cad’s strategy was to be respectful of the naïve gal. He has his fun away from home and the fun gal tricks him into child support. Our four cards tell all sorts of sagas of People Not Playing By the Rules.

 

 

 

 

 

 

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*Go toGuidance (above ) which is a summary of the Messages. (Guidance is everyone’s favorite part.)

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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!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Queen of Cups

Six of Pentacles –  Sun –  Seven of Swords

 

GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING
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Lady is Having Fun Romance (Sun + Queen of Cups

 

 

Going away on an adventure her man pays for … yes!

 

Treats her as if she were his wife, and they are only recreationally fooling around.

 

She contemplates leaving the confines of home for a daring fling that is actually quite proper.

 

An adventure with a charming fellow is just right for her.

 

 

 

She Doesn’t Play by the Rules (Seven of Swords + Queen of Cups)

 

She gives him what she thinks he deserves for double-crossing her in fun.

 

She know Baby Boy so well she gets him to treat her right by trickery.

 

She knows when the boy is up to something, and pays attention.

 

Flings with players are dangerous, she knows she can catch something.

 

She knows he is out to rob her but he is so amusing he is worth the money.

 

It is only fair that she go out on the town for some risque fun.

 

She thinks everything her juvenile delinquent does is right.

 

She has revenge in mind for the way the funloving fella treated her.

 

She tricks him into having a baby for the child support.

 

This lady feels her risky flings are rewards she deserves.

 

 

 

He Doesn’t Play by the Rules (Sun + Seven of Swords)

 

 

He doesn’t play by the rules, he violates her trust.

 

Playboy’s strategy is to be respectful of the naïve gal.

 

She thinks her man is paying the bills but he is converting that money to his own use to buy himself fun.

 

He’s a player but treats her right because she knows how to fight dirty.

 

She knows she is being cheated but she pays because it’s fun.

 

He is swiping her money but she knows it and is giving it to him because he is so young and fun.

 

He has his fun away from home and the woman who believes in him.

 

When it’s time for the brat to do his part, he cheats ‘the woman who understands him.’

 

 

 

 

Her Finances (Six of Pentacles + Queen of Cups)

 

 

She figures it’s a long shot that she can afford a baby.

 

She figures out a sneaky way to get the money with no strings attached.

 

Her daring idea for financial freedom.

 

The price of freedom is to thoughtfully dare.

 

She dreams of getting the money to leave this dangerous place.

 

Has a feeling her happy days are here, that she has paid for her bad deeds.

 

 

 

Child Endangerment (Sun + Seven of Swords)

 

 

She thinks rough play with the child is appropriate behavior.

 

Legal view is, this is a dangerous place for a child. The legal view of this woman is about ‘reckless endangerment.’

 

She gives them something about the child they can use against her.

 

The legal view of this woman is about ‘reckless endangerment.’

 

In his mother’s opinion, the kid gets what he deserves for misbehaving.

 

She thinks of the happiness he gave her when he was in danger

 

Legal opinion is, her baby is at risk.

 

 

 

Criminal Justice (Six of Pentacles + Seven of Swords)

 

She thinks she got away with the caper but she pays for it.

 

It is a load off her mind that the thief will pay her back.

 

You know, a criminal can pay and be free.

 

She is relieved to learn justice is done to the criminal.

 

You will see justice spontaneously delivered to the sneaky bastard.

 

She will collect the child support because she knows about his crimes.

 

She gets out of the ‘receiving stolen property’ charge.

 

 

 

Miscellaneous

Getting her attention makes the kid happy, so he misbehaves.

 

 

 

 

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 Queen of Cups

Six of Pentacles –  Sun –  Seven of Swords

 

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

 

 

Billijo’s schedule was unpredictable, so I quickly drew two weeks or so ahead of cards, and she posted their pictures. This is similar to the negative spread that a commenter claimed the story of.  Four of Swords appears where Seven of Swords should be, so I had to erase it.  If I can get in touch with her, she will fix this (I don’t know how.).

 

First card is about legal process (or fairness, or the way someone is treated as to fairness) – Six of Pentacles.

 

Second card is a child or brat (or smart alec adult), which also means leaving the house, fun and a fling, Sun.

 

Third card is risky behavior, betrayal, sneaking, outfoxing, daring, a caper or shenanigan, crime or criminal — and assault or even assassination or murder, Seven of Swords. It is also an adventure.

 

And we close with Queen of Cups, the loyal wife or even naïve lady who understands her man. She thinks, dreams, thinks of her man or thinks her man (fill in the blank).

 

Well, these four could be a Thematic Apperception Test (a psychological test that shows four pictures, and the testee makes a story of them). You cannot escape justice and the criminal, or child and danger or assault, and you have the child and mother as well. Not to mention the naïve lady and the playboy (Queen of Cups and Sun) along with ‘fooling around,’ Seven of Swords.

 

 

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

 

 

 

Six of Pentacles Receiving what you deserve, being paid fairly, getting your just reward … all those euphemisms and cliches. This is a justice card (Duh, you’re looking at it.) The employer is weighing coins to pay his people. In the old days when money had actual value, and older coins wore down, this weighing was standard practice.
Sun This illustration creates several categories of meanings. The baby boy is having reckless fun, in callous disregard of the house rules. He has left the house. Boy playing becomes playboy easily. He goes out to have fun. It is a child or baby, more often a boy but not always.
Seven of Swords is a spy or ‘black op.’ He sneaks (barefoot) into enemy camp, steals weapons, and sneaks back out carrying them by the blade (speaking of reckless!). So this is the lawbreaker, the violator of trust or betrayer, the thief, the assassin or mugger. Also the daring adventurer.
Queen of Cups is so blond. She dreamily contemplates an artifact as flood waters rise around her throne. (I think I’ve been there?) She is the naïve lady, the ‘True Believer,’ the loyal wife – but never fear, she is thinking and figuring things out.

 

 

 

These came up first and are all in the same groove, so they are here to be claimed by anyone.

The Criminal’s Girl Friend (Seven of Swords + Queen of Cups)

She thinks she got away with something she could be prosecuted for.

She thinks he got away with something he could be prosecuted for.

She know he is being prosecuted for a crime involving a child.

She thinks the rules do not apply to her; it is law she is violating.

She is happy with her criminal boyfriend because he pays her bills.

She knows he will just leave when he is prosecuted for his crime.

He is out of the loyal woman’s life when he is prosecuted for a crime.

She believes the thug treated the child well.

The child leaves her house as part of prosecution for a crime she knew about.

Get out of her place, she is being prosecuted for a crime.

She thinks she deserved to be assaulted by the callous playboy.

The lady is getting out from under the restrictions, the limitations, of thinking she deserved being assaulted.

Boy child is free of home and mother as treatment for an assault.

Mama’s boy is rewarded for breaking the rules.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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7 Comments

  1. Candy

    This has been theeee longest day of my life. Doing the right thing so the innocent dont suffer. Emily this blog gave me chills how can it be so accurate?

  2. Anna

    Yeah, I want revenge but even more I wish he would just go away (out of my head forever, that is!)

  3. win

    Inspiring us to walk the day, days, cleanly so… but my feet are so dirty, can I rinse them off in the rising waters???

    • good poetry there
      Another saying of my father: A little dirt is good for the soul. Also, ‘a clean nose indicates filth higher up.’

  4. Candy

    Oh my… What a mess.

    • ‘Tis a true thing!. But all things pass. I am amazed that four cards could apply themselves so directly to all of the scenarios named here.

      The ones I typed ‘below the belt’ all came first and fast. I segregated them because I felt they did not apply generally to the visitors.

      Today’s spread is just a reminder about ‘behaving ourselves.’ Keeping a clean nose, my father used to call it.

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