Our Daily Spread December 08, 2012 Saturday©

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Guidance    Our main message is that perceptions clash; there may not be one right way. Fight or flight is a choice based on perception of which is right at the moment of confrontation. We can have strong feeling and be right, and we can have strong feeling and be wrong. We can have strong feeling and insist we are right when we know damn well we are dead wrong.

 

 

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 Seven of Wands

Eight of Cups  Justice  Hanged Man

 

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GROUP ANALYTICAL TAROT CARDS READING

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Knowing What’s Right, Knowing the Law (Justice + Hanged Man)

Tarot Readings: Quit Thinking (He’s) Right (Eight of Cups, Hanged Man + Justice)

Tarot Readings: Not About to Abandon Something (Eight of Cups + Seven of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Realize I’m the One in the Way (Hanged Man + Seven of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Keeps (Him) from Doing What (He) Should (Justice + Seven of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Police, Courts, Law (Justice)

Tarot Readings: Hell-raiser, Pushes (You) Around, Raises Cain (Seven of Wands)

 

Tarot Reading: Knowing What’s Right, Knowing the Law (Justice + Hanged Man)

Realizes that when you are married, you cannot just walk away Scott-free.

Knowing what’s right keeps (me) from ‘abandoning ship.’

Knows enough to avoid being openly defiant of the law.

I see it will take a legal battle to dodge this.

The right idea is to move (them) out of the way.

When the fight is over, the perception is that you are right.

Psychic perception that comes through forcibly and suddenly … is correct.

 

Tarot Readings: Quit Thinking (He’s) Right (Eight of Cups, Hanged Man + Justice)

It’s only when we ‘get it’ that justice isn’t going to be done that we get mad.

Dismiss the thought of standing up for your rights.

He is mad when he realizes he isn’t entitled anymore.

Quits under pressure, feeling he is right.

Make (him) quit thinking (he’s) right.

 

Tarot Reading: Not About to Abandon Something (Eight of Cups + Seven of Wands)

Feel(s) very entitled to struggle to be free of something.

Not about to abandon my lawsuit: I feel strongly about it.

Can’t let himself not go through with it, he feels so justified.

The justice system feels its turf is challenged, and doesn’t want to deal with that.

He can’t do right because he doesn’t want to … now I get it.

Won’t let (myself) realize I left the right path.

 

Tarot Readings: Realize I’m the One in the Way (Hanged Man + Seven of Wands)

Strongly feels that it’s right to force (him) out.

Feels he deserves to be forced to quit.

Knowing you are right, he doesn’t get in the way anymore.

Gets the idea the right thing to do here is to stop being confrontational.

Suddenly realizes they have the right to push him out of there.

Sees the light, and is not going to contest it legally.

Realize the courts are going to get you out of their hair.

I don’t feel entitled to defend my position.

 

Tarot Readings: Keeps (Him) from Doing What (He) Should (Justice + Seven of Wands)

Know I’m supposed to, but haven’t gotten around to it because obstacles are in the way.

I know I should, but these things that come up keep me from it.

Such a strong idea about what should be done, but I just don’t push myself.

You know intuitively you’re right but you don’t push it.

 

Tarot Readings: Police, Courts, Law (Justice)

Police are aware no one forced him to.

Police are aware it isn’t a break-in.

See the lawsuit is going to have to be dismissed.

Drop the opposition in view of the statute.

Police saw me run off the road and confronted me.

 

Tarot Readings: Hell-raiser, Pushes (You) Around, Raises Cain (Seven of Wands)

He is a hell-raiser, is not mentally balanced.

Leaves because he really feels entitled to push you around.

Know the law before you raise Cain about this.

I think I’m right that he is going to quit pushing (you) around.

 

 

 Seven of Wands

Eight of Cups  Justice  Hanged Man

 

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

 

The interplay of contrasts between Eight of Cups and Seven of Wands is our centerpiece in this spread. They are two negatives, of course: to abandon and to not let. Eight of Cups abandons course; Seven of Wands stands and fights.

Seven of Wands has this double contradictory meaning of one’s turf being invaded, or invading another’s turf. (Action goes both ways, or all possible ways, in Tarot, or at least in Tarot Verbatim™.) So Seven of Wands is raising hell, or having hell raised against you. It is being pushed around or pushing someone around. It is defending your position, or getting in the face of (cornering) someone. And so on.

Then, Eight of Cups is a detour off of one and onto another. It is quitting, dropping out, abandoning … for something else. So you quit because you were forced out, or you raised hell and walked out. See the interplay in the sentences. It scrambled my brains when I went to categorize the sentences into headings: distinctions galore.

Justice brings ‘right and wrong’ into the interplay, as well as some legal and police perspectives. Hanged Man is perception, realization, seeing, feeling strongly, the idea of (whatever).

With Seven of Wands meaning ‘not let yourself,’ we have not let yourself realize, not let yourself abandon course, and not about to do what you should. See the complexity here.

Both Hanged Man and Seven of Wands have strong feelings. Hanged Man realizes, Seven of Wands stands up for his.

Our main message is that perceptions clash; there is no right way. Fight or flight is a choice based on perception of which is right at the moment of confrontation.

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

 

Eight of Cups
Justice
Hanged Man
Seven of Wands

heads off in a different direction. He is dropping out of one thing and into another, not simply abandoning ship, most of the time. Quitting or being fired, either way. A person has to detour off of one road and onto another because the terrain is an obstacle.


 

 

Besides being law, courts, police (the justice industry), this card with the drawn sword of enforcement in one hand and the scales in the other means should, ought, what’s right, balance, equality, and so on

 

 

Realize. That’s his most used word. Perception, seeing, feeling strongly, the idea or concept, or mental aspect, perspective, even the mental plane. He is hung upside down and his brain is stimulated.

 

 

 

 

A fellow’s neighbors invade his land and he defends it. We have the double-sided meanings of one’s turf being invaded, or invading another’s. Raising hell, or having hell raised against you. Being pushed around or pushing another around. Defending your position or getting in the face of (cornering) someone. To not let something happen or to insist that it happen.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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.

 

Do you want to know a little, or a lot, about how this Tarot Verbatim ™ thing works? If so,

 

*Go to Learn Tarot by Observing. This tells the thinking regarding the combined four pictures in the Daily Spread –  the pictures above here.  It explains how these four cards get together in your mind to make the message.

 

*Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  This is the meaning of each separate card.  This is how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in this Spread.

You can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim ™ works. Regular visitors actually learn to read Tarot without trying. The Tarot Talks tab has some examples for students.

 

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4 Comments

  1. Jules

    This is about someone at work that I have had some serious difficulty with.
    Friends have said “sounds like a sociopath”. Issues are seeing daylight now.
    Thanks Emily.

    • Sure thing. A sociopath who … gulp … realizes he has overstepped his bounds, and that he actually does have bounds.

  2. Anna

    Don’t even need the sentences, I know what this means to me: I protest the justice (or lack thereof) intensely and go off in a different direction.

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