Tarot Readings for You for September 18, 2013 Wednesday(c)

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Guidance     We are putting a flashlight on the underside or the backside of problems: How people can get together over any grievance, any nasty ugly thing and enjoy the success of managing it; and conversely how the perfect storybook family or community could be made up of petty controlling hateful folks. The perfect wife and mother who makes everyone happy may hate her life. To some, even a perfect marriage is a problem. The worst people have the money.


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Ace of Pentacles, Queen of Wands, Ten of Cups





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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: The Perfect Manager (Ace of Pentacles and Queen of Wands)

Tarot Readings: She Manages the House (Queen of Wands and Ten of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Problems in the Happy Marriage (Ten of Cups and Devil)

Tarot Readings: Money and the House (Ace of Pentacles and Ten of Cups)

Miscellaneous Tarot Readings


Tarot Readings: The Perfect Manager (Ace of Pentacles and Queen of Wands) 

The perfect manager for this bunch of disagreeable people.

She is competent to get all these people together to fund their biggest grievance.

                                                                                                                                      She puts public money on the problem.

She is in the wrong community to be a successful woman.

Everyone gets together to award her a prize for what was so difficult.


Tarot Readings: She Manages the House (Queen of Wands and Ten of Cups)

Everybody’s got problems, things are fine at her house.

She has the ability to set rude people straight in a practical way.

She runs the house on the available money, no matter what the problems are.              

She feels guilty about being the successful happily married woman.                                   

                                                                                                                                     Sex is just right in her marriage, she is a happy wife.



Tarot Readings: Problems in the Happy Marriage (Ten of Cups and Devil)

She hates being the perfect wife and mother who makes everyone happy.

Money for her disability keeps her staying at home.

The Wife’s wealthy family makes her life difficult.

She married into the perfect family who are all nasty to one another in the nicest way.

A successful woman marries into a dysfunctional or perverted family.                                  

To her, even the perfect marriage is a problem.



Tarot Readings: Money and the House (Ace of Pentacles and Ten of Cups)

House is in a bad neighborhood, but she owns it outright.

Putting that much money into the house is her mistake.

Neighborhood is an eyesore until she steps in and raises the money.



Miscellaneous Tarot Readings

People can get together over any grievance, any nasty ugly thing, and enjoy the success of managing it.

As a good citizen, she feels the worst people have the money.


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Ace of Pentacles, Queen of Wands, Ten of Cups





Remember the ‘spoiler card’ we used to talk about? Well, nirvana was going on here until I drew the last card … the pluperfect spoilsport, the Devil. Devil is an ambiguous card, meaning it has a lot of different meanings. Not all of them are terrible, or even bad. It can mean something is attached to a document, for example, or simply mean ‘physical’ or sex, or describe something as ugly or dirty. It often says ‘the problem.’ But it can also mean addiction, obstacle, toxic, polluted, corrupt, rotting or just about anything nasty, awful, malignant or diseased.



You could say today’s spread turns the table on Devil, and is its spoiler. Devil cannot do much harm here. Today it creates an intriguing thought: the uses we make of problems.



A spread that just at a glance means the perfect wife in a perfect marriage or a perfect house for the wife and family:


*Ace of Pentacles is perfect, the best, the right whatever.
*Queen of Wands is the sensible woman, manager, wife and/or mother, who is competent at almost anything and who is in charge of her house.


*Ten of Cups is happily ever after, the prosperous happy family, the house in a good neighborhood … except when the Devil shows up to modify it.



Queen of Wands and Ten of Cups are about houses and/or homes. Queen of Wands is indoors, and that card sometimes means that word. It means ‘to be home’ or ‘at home’ sometimes. She is a competent successful woman, and Ten of Cups are the good, well-adjusted citizens (hence successful).






Ace of Pentacles is right, best, perfect, the right course or path, money (as in money in hand), perfect, possesses, success or successful as well as things like ‘set straight,’ and ‘things are fine.’


The illustration that neatly brings these meanings together shows the proverbial straight and narrow path with proverbial white lilies in front and the garland gate of roses at the end of the path, and a hand with a lot of gold in it poised above.



Queen of Wands is the woman in charge, the manager, the wife and mother who has house rules, the competent woman, the solid citizen, a no-nonsense plainspoken woman who is connected, often, to a house and home. She has her own home-place. The picture shows exactly that: There she is with the flower in one hand and the board in the other, sitting upright with that alert look on her face.



Ten of Cups
is also about a house as well as a marriage: a good house and a happy marriage, to be precise. Ace of Pentacles makes it a perfect house. It is about a community or neighborhood, a group of people who get together, about ‘happy’ and ‘people’ and ‘the public.’


Its is another maudlin illustration: The couple embracing and with arms in air, with two kids, rainbow over their golf-community estate … but no dog! Where’s the dog? They must not be Americans! I guess not, there’s no flag either …



Devil’s spectrum is wide. Here are the words and phrases it has made today:
grievance, biggest
hates being
nasty to
dysfunctional or perverted
worst people.



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  1. Marisa

    Living in a multigenerational super religious Christian home…trying to navigate staying sane with all the different elements. And there are lil ones involved. Not a bad environment but the control is mentally abrasive at times.

    • Call me. I can give you some grown-up concepts that are behind the ‘hive mentality’ you are coexisting with.

  2. Jaclyn

    Learned my lesson today Emily. I’ve been advocating for a couple of women at work for several years . . . cross them once and their self serving, nasty side comes out with voracity. I will manage this my friend . . .

    • Dysfunctional workplace from hell. If it were a spouse, you would be filing, maybe.
      Here’s to you managing it all.
      Thank you for commenting.

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