Our Daily Spread July 9, 2012 Monday©

Jul 8, 2012 by

Guidance How like romance is a business deal. Tarot never ceases to remind us of this. We have the wonderful business deal, mutually profitable windfall, and we have the sweet boyfriend who is bidding to be a husband. What else do you need to know?



Is this the first time you come here? Well … what to do:

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

*Go to Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading below.  One or more of those sentences has something to say to you.  Intuitively pick those out and decide whether to encourage or suppress them They are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it.  (It is a group message like a horoscope,  except Tarot isn’t based on someone else’s birth data,  so it can be specific,  accurate,  detailed and direct.  Our experiment here is  “How much more accurate is it?”)

Did you come here for your predictions? –  You are done now –  See you tomorrow.

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!




Three of Pentacles

Knight of Cups – Wheel of Fortune – King of Wands




Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.




Boyfriend-cum-Husband (Knight of Cups + King of Wands)



He, the domineering taker, helps make this relationship happen the best way it can.


If you happen to make friends with this guy now, you could end up in a relationship with him as a husband.


If he gets to make a relationship happen, he will be her husband.


He will be a wonderful husband if you have a boyfriend relationship with him.


Husband is doing his part to make love happen.


Man you are in a relationship with is your husband and is so lucky to be your guy.


Husband in this relationship seeks her out with his heart on his sleeve to make love happen.


How lucky, a sweet guy introduces himself to you – a wild man who does his part.


A chance to love a good guy who takes the initiative to be passionate in this relationship.


Mutual relationship with a wonderful young man who is husband material.


Meeting with her passionate husband is a wonderful invitation.


A mutually satisfying relationship with a passionate husband is a godsend.


Wonderful affectionate relationship with husband.


The edgy guy makes peace in his relationship, offers to do his part, a miracle.


He is doing his part as the boyfriend, he will make a wonderful husband.


Polite affectionate man passionately seeks a serious mutual wonderful relationship.


One of boyfriend’s women will be lucky to have him for a husband.


Your big chance to meet with a passionate loverboy.




Loverboy is Married (Knight of Cups + King of Wands)



The wonderful sweet guy she is in a relationship with is married.


Deal with what fate brings regarding the husband and the boyfriend.


Being her boyfriend is the best deal that ever happened to this married man.




Wonderful Business Deal (Wheel of Fortune + Three of Pentacles)



They are wonderful people to deal with; they make impulsive offers.


To the workingman, being given this contract is a grand opportunity.


Workingman’s role in the physical part of this contract gives his buddy a chance.


His friends offer the chauvinist male an opportunity.


Offer is a business opportunity to come to a settlement with them.


Luck out in the deal you are having with your hotheaded redneck buddy.


Nice guy lucks out in a deal with redneck peers.


Diplomatic fellow is just the one to make the deal with the madmen mutually profitable.


People deal with the husband because he helps with that wonderful event.


Grumpy man does what he agrees to do: He helps to make that happen.


The workman offers them a part in a wonderful deal.


Husband is such a friend to people in the trade that he is the rainmaker.


He gets his buddies together to make some serious profit.


Workingman offers to help them make a killing in a joint project.


A mutually acceptable offer happens with the labor.


He lucks out when he bargains in court about the prosecutor’s offer.


A miracle they worked it out when he impulsively made that offer.


The contract they impulsively offer is a windfall.


The three of these commoners are miracle workers, you just accept whatever they offer.




Business Deal with Difficult Person (King of Wands + Three of Pentacles)



He is angry, is getting together with them to accept the best deal he can get.


Three macho men, three angry dudes, agree on a lump sum with a dealmaker to settle up.


One of three people in the deal or contract is hard to get along with but help is offered when that happens.


Young man is offered an opportunity to do business with an aggressive blunt man.


Dealing with the hothead because it can happen with his help.


An opportunity to do business with the bastard while he is being nice.







A miracle invitation to a meeting because of whose husband he is.


Miraculous help from a meeting with a disgruntled man.


Lucky a friend joins us just when husband gets mad.


Accept that my destiny is to deal with this lout.



Now, Part Two,

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 *Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  It is what each of the four cards,  by itself,  has to say.  It shows you how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in this Spread.

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Three of Pentacles

Knight of Cups – Wheel of Fortune – King of Wands







It’s not every day that Wheel of Fortune and Three of Pentacles are seen together. Let’s welcome them. The wonderful deal, the wonderful relationship. Wheel of Fortune is the best possible of anything, means ‘wonderful,’ and is about destiny happening in a good way. Three of Pentacles is a profitable business deal or relationship. If ever you wanted to put a pair of Rider Waite Tarot cards under your pillow, these are they.


Then Knight of Cups is the agreeable fellow, the person who initiates, who introduces, the nice guy, the boyfriend, the diplomatic likeable (usually young) man. In a business deal, he would be the one to invite parties to the deal, the one to negotiate, the flexible party.


King of Wands is the husband in that wonderful relationship we spoke of. He is also passionate, edgy, a common-man type, the labor or person who does the hands-on part. He is also the grump, curmudgeon, angry irritated and frustrated fellow.


Our story is about a business deal that probably involves building or repairing – and it’s a profitable deal. Or it is about the boyfriend who is husband material.








Knight of Cups is the likeable diplomatic sweet-natured easygoing fellow. He is known to put his hand out first in friendship or in love. He wears the wings of Mercury, god of communication, on his helmet, and every line and color of this Rider Waite Tarot card is pastel and curved to express who he is.
Wheel of Fortune is good luck. Optimum anything. Wonderful anything. Its illustration makes the point that coincidence, luck, is affected by both divine and infernal entities. The Hebrew Name of God is on the roulette wheel, and strange critters who are looking at books … with our name in them? … are at the corners and attached to the wheel.
King of Wands drinks beer and has a temper. The country boy, the common man, stereotypically. He is the husband card in Tarot Verbatim ™, because Queen of Wands is the wife. King of Wands can be very hard to get along with, even abusive. He is pictured with salamanders, which represent ‘fiery’ in Middle Ages lore, which has not died yet. His drawing does look a little grumpy, ya think?
Three of Pentacles The deal or relationship is happening here, is being arranged and hammered out to be acceptable to all parties. illustration is the architect having that last settling-up meeting with his clients, demonstrating to them on the blueprint that he did his job. That is a monk and a nun who are his clients for the cathedral.










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  1. Me

    He is both nice and abusive.

    • Kick the dog when it snarls, reward it for goodness. No dinner for the kid that wrote on the wall. Valerian root is good for arthritis, I told my snarly husband, knowing it was also good for that. (I didn’t know I was right about the arthritis.) He put a dropper full in his red wine … nicer guy. There’s actually an herb that prompts the body to create neurotransmitters, the articles say.

  2. FCP

    Three macho men/Three angry dudes settling up with a deal maker sounds like the 3 partners at the firm where I work.

    Got back in touch with a nice guy from the past. Trying to decide if he’s husband material or not.

    • FCP

      Just looked at the cards. Yeah, currently with the grumpy guy (king of wands) . He’s not abusive, but he can be very difficult and spoiled. And I’m now back in touch with the possible husband material (knight of cups). I hope this spread is about me! ; )

      • You ‘claim’ a sentence and then decide how to use it. You can claim what you want to be, and you can claim the scenario you reject, just for the purpose of doing that rejection.

  3. Candy

    Dang it… Yeah I cant help getting my hopes up… Ima do my part and see where it goes… I think these last spreads I can relate to. Its amazing thanks Emily(:

    • Give it your best shot. The women who get the best men are the women who go through the most of them.

      • Candy

        My thoughts exactly… I choose to be selective and reserved. Its best that way even if my chances of finding thee one is lower. Not a priority just testing the waters (: Ur advise has been a blessing. thank you

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