Our Daily Spread November 6, 2012 Tuesday©

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Guidance Today we look at how the people who ‘make the world a better place’ are unsung, and the forceful action that creates optimum benefit is done quietly – no fanfare, no drama. We note that the people who make the difference have their weaknesses as they simply do the right actions that produce ‘what should be.’




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King of Cups

Magician, Ace of Swords, Ace of Pentacles




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Headings: [So you can pick what’s yours]

Tarot Readings: Love, Good Man, ‘My Honey,’ (King of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Done Right, Perfection (Ace of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Money (Ace of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Calm and Quiet (King of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Gentleman, Good Man, Nice Guy (King of Cups)

Tarot Readings: The Weak or Indecisive or Drinking Man (King of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Bureaucracy, Government (King of Cups)



Tarot Readings: Love, Good Man, ‘My Honey,’ (King of Cups)

My honey does everything right, what a Prince!

The path that he is on is right for him to be doing, because he is absolutely the most affectionate man.

He is the very best at acting in an emotional way.

I have to do Mr. Right.

He loves you, you win, he gives you a ring.

My best, warm, friend will do this one most important thing.

A sweetheart who has money makes things happen for you.


Tarot Readings: Done Right, Perfection (Ace of Pentacles)

It’s done to absolute perfection when this patient man does it.

He is the adviser who puts us on the right track to getting this vital thing done.

The underdog makes an absolutely perfect win.

I do what’s right for myself in my quietly defiant way.

He feels it’s right for him to take forceful action about this one thing.


Tarot Readings: Money (Ace of Pentacles)

A diplomatic guy makes the most money.

He’s a drunk but you have to pay him for what he does.

Government rules through what it does with our money.

The arbiters rulings are: to give you ‘high dollar.’

I come up with money for the weapon for my own emotional sake.

Money controls what the agency can do.

A gentleman with money gets things done.

Yes, he pulls this off all by himself with his own money.


Tarot Readings: Calm and Quiet (King of Cups)

You have to calm yourself down; it’s the right thing for you to do.

I succeed in whatever I make first priority, and I am quiet about it.

Tarot Readings: Gentleman, Good Man, Nice Guy (King of Cups)

He’s an absolute gentleman; he does the right thing.

He forces himself to be mellow; that’s what you have to do to succeed.

Yeah, the nice guy does finish first, for once.

Some things, only a passive-aggressive man can pull off.

He is a good man, he does what he is ordered and paid to do.


Tarot Readings: The Weak or Indecisive or Drinking Man (King of Cups)

He acts out his emotions like a weakling when given the ultimatum to do the right thing.

A weak man succeeds in acting as the dictator.

Reward the indecisive man for acting decisively.


Tarot Readings: Bureaucracy, Government (King of Cups)

He is a good man, he does what he is ordered and paid to do.

Absolutely yes, the bureaucracy does it.

Corporate money in hand, to do with as you please.





King of Cups

Magician, Ace of Swords, Ace of Pentacles






King of Cups is odd man out. He stops a lot of potential sentences in our spread today.

The two aces both mean success. Ace of Swords is victory, winning, a weapon, imperative (‘have to’), by force, primacy (the most, or most important), absolute and absolutely, mandate or orders, and so on. Ace of Pentacles is money in hand, success, the right, the road (so the right road or path or way), perfection, possession of, best and price.

Magician is ‘male who does’ for short. He takes initiative or starts (whatever), male, active, activity (as in an active verb) – and any form of the verbs ‘do’ and ‘make.’ He also refers to bring about, bring down, cause to happen, etc.

King of Cups is a quiet man. Sometimes he is the gentleman, your honey or ‘my guy,’ the good man, the patient and calm man and so on; and sometimes he is the weak man, the drinking man, the passive or passive-aggressive fellow. He also refers to bureaucracy or a bureaucratic lackluster personality (the paper pusher fellow), the drinking man. He even refers to a government or an agency itself.

This spread comes close to saying ‘All good boys do fine,’ which I learned something about in a music class.







Magician The male principle, to occultists. Emphasis on physical and not mental activity. Doing, making, the active role or part, the one who does, doing it himself. Often Magician is any form of the verbs ‘do’ or ‘make.’ His picture shows him in the act of making something happen or not happen according to his will. Yes, ‘will’ as in willpower is one of his words.
Ace of Swords makes you do (whatever). A hand grasps and brandishes a sword which is crowned, and the crown has a victory garland on it. Winning, winning by force, a mandate or order. Absolute, primacy, the most important. Weapon.
Ace of Pentacles The elements of its meaning are in the illustration which claims being good makes you successful or is rewarded. There’s the ‘straight and narrow path’ with lilies in front and a victory arbor of roses in the end of it, and a handful of gold held aloft over it. It means right, money, success, perfect, best, to pay or receive money, to possess.

King of Cups a bored looking fellow stares drearily forward, water flooding his throne. This cards meanings are split between ‘the gentleman’ and ‘the lackluster weak fellow.’ He can be a bureaucrat or corporate man. He can be your honey, the calm and patient gentleman. He can be the passive bleary-eyed drunk or passive-aggressive whiner.






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.)


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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 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. Sue

    My daughter does things like that, she’s proud of the things she does so secretly nobody involved realizes. She gets her friends to stop arguing and makes people feel better. She says “It’s like they’re on paths. I can put them to another one and they end up in a different place without knowing it.”

    I don’t have this.

    Nice talking to you today. I’ll look into things. Keep steady.

    • That’s ‘reframing’ in psychology. NLP (neurolinguistic programming) does that. An interesting subject. I read about it when it was knew, had three books by its creators.

      We all have our gifts. (and lack of them)

      Thank you, your comments are fun … I think I speak for all of us.

  2. Anna

    Is this referring to Barack Obama perhaps winning the election?

    • Whichever way you think of the dude, there are sentences that would be about that – some of which are funny.

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