Our Daily Spread September 15, 2012 Saturday ©

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Guidance   Bill Clinton hanging out with Yoda: That is what our spread is like today. The hotheaded wild and crazy guy gets drunk at the party, and contemplates that scene now that he is sober. Or coming in and observing the mess of last night’s spree, sober now. We also make these sentences today: *Looking for a husband is an endless maze. *My friend helps me out with this mess I am going through. *It’s nice to have an understanding husband when you are going through crazy times.

 

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           Tarot Readings: Romance

Tarot Readings: Irritated Angry Fellow Takes a Good Look at Himself (Hermit + King of Wands)

Tarot Readings: The Sobered-up View of the Party (Seven of Pentacles + Hermit)

Tarot Readings: Messed Up, Fallen Apart, Disintegration

Tarot Readings: Wild Man, Life of the Party, Mad Man (King of Wands)

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

 


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Two of Pentacles
Seven of Cups – Hermit – King of Wands

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Romance

 

Who knows what might happen if he comes to her? – maybe be her husband?

 

Looking all over – Where is he, that husband who is devoted and sane? – All the guys are deranged in one way or the other.

 

Looking for a husband is an endless maze.

 

It’s nice to have an understanding husband when you are going through crazy times.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Irritated Angry Fellow Takes a Good Look at Himself (Hermit + King of Wands)

 

I was such a rough guy, I went through a lot to become a gentleman.

 

One foolish antic after another when he gets mad, and, yes, he is seeing what a mess he is making as he goes through this.

 

He is a guy’s guy, and he is taking a good look at his bizarre routines.

 

He oscillates back and forth – is half-redneck and half Yoda (wise and patient counselor).

 

Comes back once in a while when passion drives him crazy, and then reverts to being the monk.

 

His irritation has him going around in circles. It’s brain fog and he knows it for what it is.

 

Rage makes of him a comic figure as his inner wise-man disintegrates.

 

He is the attentive supportive husbandly fellow one moment and is out of control the next moment.

 

The same routine over and over again: He loses it and then can’t do enough for you – is devoted and then totally out of it.

 

His foolish temper indicates the old man is losing it.

 

He goes through the motions of being a passionate man, but, to him, the monk, this passion means he has lost control.

 

A husband sees what a mess he is making as he is making it.

 

Shocked or rattled into being honest after another temper fit.

 

Observe the mess I keep making and am so frustrated.

 

 

Tarot Readings: The Sobered-up View of the Party (Seven of Pentacles + Hermit)

 

Investigating seemingly random, disconnected acts of this foul-tempered fellow.

 

Watching the goings-on of drunks while you are sober as a judge.

 

Now that he has sobered up, yes, he was the life-of-the-party guy with the lampshade on his head, dancing crazily.

 

Seeing the wisdom in nonsense, in letting yourself go in the heat of the moment.

 

He is a hothead and it was some crazy out-of-control scene. He is searching for the truth about it now.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Messed Up, Fallen Apart, Disintegration

 

My friend helps me out with this mess I am going through.

 

Fix things that have fallen apart, or, on the other hand, just be emotionally reactive.

 

Witness men’s disintegration continue.

 

He sees how he messed up, but he continues to be the spontaneous and uninhibited man.

 

I can see (it) is stupidly out of control, and am mad about it.

 

 

Tarot Readings: Wild Man, Life of the Party, Mad Man (King of Wands)

 

The impulsive live-wire life-of-the-party guy is in shock that he has been celibate and still is being so.

 

His wild-man wild-and-crazy past is a fact … and continues to be.

 

When the curmudgeon is being kind, it boggles our minds.

 

His/Your edginess is encouraging an out-of-control situation – keeping it going.

 

Being supportive is senseless when he keeps flying off the handle.

 

A passionate man finds no reason in the world for being celibate.

 

A wild and crazy man can be sane part of the time.

 

When he is high, he goes out looking, driving aimlessly around in circles.

 

I see how out of control I am, and I keep being the madman anyway.

 

A simple honest person is confused when this person goes into tantrum mode.

 

Whether to be friends with an unstable guy who has a temper.

 

 

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

 

Powee! Shazam! Now you see how it really is … and you are excited.

 

You keep confusing the redneck with the facts.

 

I am always impatiently analyzing what seems senseless.

 

This annoying guy keeps distorting the facts.

 

Husband is looking all over the place for what he lost.

 

One stupid thing after another irritates even the most patient man.

 

Look everywhere over and over, and be frustrated.

 

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Two of Pentacles
Seven of Cups – Hermit – King of Wands

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

 

This spread is a good example of a Tarot card being in the company of others that emphasize and enlarge one part of its meanings. King of Wands is the common man, the workingman, the husband, the loud fella with the temper, the passionate man, the edgy dude. The redneck even.

 

Seven of Cups is about things let loose at random and out of control. Here is confusion, chaos, debris, shattered pieces, shocking, and many unrelated (things) jumbled together. Spilled cargo in a wreck, for instance.

 

Two of Pentacles is wobbly, movement as in dancing or being silly, movements as in back and forth, up and down, round and round, doing the same thing over and over, instability. Antics. Erratic movements (even of machinery).

 

Hermit is wise, patient, a helper, a healer, a friend who helps, who comes to you, a trip or a traveler. He is celibate or monogamous and is sincere. Sober and sane too. Observation and investigation are also his forte. The exact opposite of King of Wands, like Yoda and Bill Clinton on the same porch.

 

Our story features a mess the fellow with the tantrum makes, and views of that scene from different perspectives, both others’ and his.

 

 

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

King of Wands
Hermit
Seven of Cups
Two of Pentacles

King of Wands Spotlight is upon the edgy immature King of Wands. Yes, he has other aspects, but not in this company. He is the loud fella with the temper, the passionate man, the edgy dude. The redneck even. He is also the common man, the workingman, the husband, labor (in any sense of the word, including political).

 

 

Hermit The monk goes out looking in the night for travelers in distress, with his light upon the path. He is wise, patient, a helper, a healer, a friend who helps, who comes to you, a trip or a traveler. He is celibate or monogamous and is sincere. Sober and sane too. Observation and investigation are also his forte.

 

 

 

Seven of Cups Pandora’s box and/or the Sorcerer’s Apprentice is illustrated here: Things let loose at random and out of control. Here is confusion, chaos, debris, shattered pieces, out of control, shocking, and many unrelated (things) jumbled together. Spilled cargo in a wreck, for instance.

 

 

Two of Pentacles A juggler dances as he juggles, as ships in the background are high on waves. Two of Pentacles is wobbly, movement as in dancing or being silly, movements as in back and forth, up and down, round and round, doing the same thing over and over, instability. Antics. Erratic movements (even of machinery).

 

 

 

 

 

 

I N S T R U C T I O N S & Explanations  (Comments are below this.)

 

Did you come here just for your predictions? – If so, you are done when you finish reading the sentences of Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading.

Each Tarot sentence is a literal-interpretation reading of the scenes pictured on the four cards you see. Only what each of the cards says – phrase by phrase – no fillers – no psychic ability used. The readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. Tarot, all by itself, talks to you. This is a demonstration of that .

Tarot will address any group flexibly, as it does here of ‘all the visitors.’ (It can address ‘all the people at work who have a say in my raise,’ for instance, without you knowing who or where those people are.)

Horoscopes are group readings too.

Astrology has to be based on someone else’s birth data, though, so it does not solidly apply to you just because of where the sun was when you were born. (Astrologers know this.)

 

Emily wants to know whether these sentences are more accurate for regular visitors than for people who have come only a few times. Would you help with a comment, if that is who you are? Please?

 

Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean contradictory things,  especially when the Spread has a card that means ‘no, never or not.’ That negative modifier can apply to any one of the cards.

Without a question also the pronouns (you, him, her, me, us, them, they, etc.) 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.  Notice how, as much as possible, we drop pronouns, which makes for some awkward phrasing.

The question in a ‘real’ individual reading supplies at least half the information! In a ‘real’ reading, the parties are identified (including the gender of the questioner!), and so is the time frame if there is one. In this group reading, we cannot do that, so we have variety.

 

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  1. Jules

    This one seems directed at me. The guy with an unusual personality, (monk and crazy party guy)is a friend that I don’t see these days. And I am perplexed at the qualities of the men I see in front of me.

    • Tarot follows you. This spread is unusual, and it reflects your situation. Sometimes I have deep dark doubts while I discover and type the messages … like ‘Who the heck is this going to make sense to?’ and so far for almost two years, they do, they do make sense to more than one person.

      Yay for Tarot.

  2. Win

    What???? My drinking days are over??? Your right, What a mess I’ve made, time to dance ( again ) thru the mud, stirring up broken pieces to settle them clear as still water, clear. Thanks Emily

    • Your humor is much appreciated … was hoping this would be meaningful to someone as I typed it. Interesting how the other cards limited the meanings of King of Wands. That happens.

      You’re welcome, and Thank you, Win.

      This is a strange one. The next one, I’m writing now, doesn’t seem to be bringing up sentences.

  3. Anna

    I have no idea what this is about. Except for “looking for a husband is an endless maze”, this could be my sentence.

    • It describes a type of man I see everywhere, and his doings. We haven’t had such a concentrated dose of anything as this. Strange.

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