Our Daily Spread July 26, 2012 Thursday©

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Guidance Today we juxtapose “Being taken such foul advantage of that you are desperate is what gets you out of there to a life that’s okay.” and “Uninhibited by morality, he robbed people of their homes.” We describe the richer life of people who suffer injustice; and we describe the mentality of entitlement that bullies have, and their idea they are only passin’ on the grief they endured, poor things. If you look at it in this light, you have to realize the bullies are sacrificing themselves for us, bequeathing us the wisdom and breadth of character that isn’t available to their class of people.




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Five of Pentacles – Five of Swords – Hierophant



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Bad Times are Over (Five of Pentacles + Sun)


Being taken such foul advantage of that you are desperate is what gets you out of there to a life that’s okay.


Person took my last dime, but that’s okay, I am free of that person now.


It’s okay that loser with a bad attitude left me; I’m free.


Abused, miserable starving stray is happy in a good home now.


A religion kept me poor until I left it.


He flunks until he cheats and passes with flying colors.


The joy of defeating the bad times, when you escape into Normal.


Bad-boy reforms and leaves the bad times behind.






Happy to have the legitimate-looking thievery loss.


Juvenile rebellion loses you your good name.




Bullying Makes a Normal Day Miserable (Five of Swords + Hierophant)


Being bullied when I was a kid, I thought feeling inferior was normal.


This jerk thinks it’s okay and it’s fun to make people miserable.


Left an abusive man lacking my self-worth, which is normal.


His childish belligerence makes a normal day miserable.


They leave respectable homes for life on the mean and hungry streets.




He is Entitled to Your Lunch (Five of Swords + Hierophant)


He justifies his thievery: that he did without when he was a kid.


This jerk thinks it’s okay and it’s fun to impoverish people.


It’s okay in this business to take everything they’ve got and get away with it.


Uninhibited by morality, he robbed people of their homes.


A good little kid is being robbed by a bully.


Leaves being poor and respectable behind to be a ruffian and a thief.


It’s respectable now to rob the poor and enjoy doing it.


He is entitled to a fun life, so he can take yours and make you miserable.


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Five of Pentacles – Five of Swords – Hierophant





You hate to start out a day with Five of Pentacles (poor, miserable, sick, on the streets homeless) and Five of Swords (the bully who robs us) … you know? But there they are, sitting in our four seats at the Tarot Table.


The other two Rider Waite Tarot citizens are (the third Five) Hierophant and Sun. Hierophant is normal, respectable, safe and okay. Sun is very welcome here in its ‘escape’ class of meanings: We need those. He also is the callous bastard (check!), the kid (check, with the bully link), having fun, and leaving a house (check, the homeless on the street link).


Altogether, our story is about having come through hard times, and a vivid description of the mentality of a bully, whether it’s a paper bully as on Wall Street and down at the bank, or whether it’s the bully on the street with the fists.


It’s the ‘escape’ of Sun and the ‘good times’ of Hierophant that make the bullying past tense in our spread. (Whew!)










Five of Pentacles Mother and son are sick, crippled, unfed, and unclothed in the cold, walking unshod in snow, so numb with despair and illness they pass by free food and shelter in the church sanctuary. They are homeless and destitute (obviously). So that is what this card is about: being so immersed in the bad you miss the good. Misery.
Five of Swords After he exercised with his friends at swordplay, the smirking smart alec pretended it was for real and took their swords (which means he takes their lands too, or their rights to them). (So we have a slight echo of the ‘loss of home’ here, as well as the despair. His friends are in despair, too.) The focus of this card’s meaning is usually the attitude of entitlement and callousness of the bully.
Hierophant Speaking of pretext, Hierophant is about the public version of an institution’s identity. Every religion that I know of has a version for the kiddies, the public, and a version for the cognoscenti, the pros, the theologians. So, obviously, do governments and corporations and professions have this official face, and this official story. Pictured is the pope, with some monks kneeling before him.
Sun The story here is an overly adventurous naked kid who sneaks out of the safe house into the yard to cavort with the wicked pony who has obviously had it with that banner-bearing brat. So getting away from a house and its rules, play and fun, kid(s), freedom, escape, being free-spirited and uninhibited, and sun or daylight are the main meanings.












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  1. Anna

    The jerk was my friend’s roommate tonight

    • Progress: This isn’t someone of yours. It’s a borrowed someone and a passerby.

      • P.S. Happy belated Cuban Revolution Day. There is (or was) a street in Ybor City, Tampa, FL, a street with the name “Twenty-sixth of July Street.” That’s how I learned that was Cuban Revolution Day.

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