Our Daily Spread July 10, 2012 Tuesday©

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Guidance Tarot takes us on a mind trip, sort of an LSD trip, today. We suggest suspending the assumptions that limit us to wherever we are now, even temporarily suspending our mindset, and letting the road take us into uncharted territory where our freedom is unlimited … unlimited by good sense, by rules … we said unlimited ! We also describe walking away from the melodrama and the mess these out-of-control mixed-up juveniles make.



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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 Cups

Fool – Eight of Cups – Sun


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Happy to be Out of the Madhouse (Sun + Seven of Cups)



Leave the melodrama, you don’t have to be there anymore.


You are free of responsibility for the mess, so get free of it by just not showing up.


I had no idea and I got out of the situation – dropped out to be immediately free of some mixed-up situation.


Leave the brat in the mess he made, leave it behind as if you were never there.


I get out just before they suspend the rules and all hell breaks loose.


I am so happy to be out of there and not even thinking about the madhouse.


It is very confusing, don’t even try to think about it, just abandon course and be happy to be free.


I must have put that confusing era behind me because I don’t even think about it anymore.


He has fun, makes a mess for others, and leaves as if he had nothing to do with it.


Let the idiot-child, the crazy kid, the freedom-loving goofball, be on his way.


Made a mess of a child’s life and left as if (he) had not.


Madness is assuming you are free of the rules and you drop out.



Unfettered Awareness (Fool + Sun)




When your awareness is free of all constraints, it detours into all kinds of things.


Suddenly everything is disconnected as if there were no rules and you are entirely unrestricted.


Suspend all those restrictions you assume, and you are instantly in uncharted territory.


Let yourself go crazy temporarily by just not being restricted by rules.


Hey, drop out and be free of all those things that define you.


I get lost in uncharted territory without even leaving my house.


Speculates that a change of course for no reason might just be fun.


In chaos, freedom: A free spirit just leaves.





Freedom of the Open Road (Eight of Cups + Sun)



Leave to go just anywhere for no reason at all.


Abandons course on a hunch and is into all kinds of fun.


Unfamiliar territory can be enjoyable; you are suddenly into everything there all at once.


Unbridled joy of just going bye-bye.


Possibilities are unleashed when I go off the road and don’t even know it.




Unaware Child (Fool + Sun)


The child doesn’t connect things and so is unaware of them.


Unaware of derailment, he is one confused kid.


In his fog, he is just a child who is no longer young.




Doesn’t Notice Things Falling Apart (Fool + Seven of Cups)



Didn’t notice things are falling apart, when they were going off course, because I was having the time of my life.


I got my freedom and don’t even know it, have abandoned it for all kinds of unrelated b.s.


Things are already a mess, so you are ‘footloose and fancy free,’ free to enjoy life.


We dismiss all thought of being free of our delusions.




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Seven of Cups

Fool – Eight of Cups – Sun





“Tune in, turn on, drop out” is the Sixties mantra. It’s about LSD. Today’s message is just that: It contrasts dropping out and going on mind trips with leaving the melodrama, and the brats that make it, to their own madhouse. The words these four Rider Waite Tarot citizens put on our table today sent me on a trip. You, too? I could have done twice as many sentences, but their meanings would be pretty much what we have here. Why? – because three of the cards mean the same thing, and the fourth just amplifies that message.


Fool, Eight of Cups and Sun all have their main meaning ‘drop out,’ leave, chuck it all, be free of the rules:


*Fool is to be ‘out there’ in your head, oblivious to what is going on around you. It also means centering intelligence in spiritual awareness and therefore being able to ignore some physical constraints.


*Eight of Cups is to detour off a road, to drop out, to abandon course or ‘chuck it all.’ There’s a temporary component to its leaving.


*Sun just goes out to play regardless of all constraint including good sense.


Usually when you have three cards that have close meanings, the fourth is a ‘spoiler’ or has a meaning that contradicts or limits the others. Not this time! Seven of Cups is all hell breaking loose, is out of control, is unrelated items lumped together, is bizarre, and shocking.


When you apply this undifferentiated and uncontrolled meaning to the ‘awareness’ meanings and the ‘dropping out’ meanings of the others, you have a Tarot LSD trip.






Fool lives not on the same page with the rest of us, is a free spirit who definitely does not store up food or have more than one pair of socks. Fool is either a foo-foo person who never had to make it in the real world or a spiritually adept person who can disregard some physical constraints. Fool is out of the box and may be out of his head.
Eight of Cups ‘Let the world turn without me tonight’ is a line from Jesus Christ Superstar. Eight of Cups is running off the road, changing course, abandoning a place, position or person without notice and without justifying it. Eight of Cups is that ‘I’m out here’ moment that comes to all of us about one thing or another at one time or another.
Sun Reckless brats have fun. When they get hurt, someone fixes it for them. Someone always does, you know. Because they’re so cute. It works when you’re young and cute, but there comes a time when rescue is busy doing someone else. But that’s not now. Now, we’re having fun on the pony that is about to crush our little skull. Sun is about disregarding constraints that would have protected us from ourselves. It’s also about having some fun when you can.
Seven of Cups is waking up just as the vehicle is crashing. It is about confronting unfamiliar turf or ideas for the first time when nothing makes sense, when it’s all unsorted. It is ‘losing it,’ illustrated with the sorcerer’s apprentice who dialed the wrong number in his incantation.










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  1. Anna

    Things did take a surprising turn this morning.

    • Hmmm. In the morning. Both of you. Interesting. Keep me posted if you get out of the rabbit hole …

      I seem to remember I thought the blog of the 11th was a good one.

  2. Me

    Well the cards make sense, but do I?

  3. Anna

    Yeah, I’ll agree with these cards (already as things are already getting trippy 🙂

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