Tarot Readings for You for September 30, 2013 Monday(c)

Sep 29, 2013 by

Guidance     Family problems include both problems within the family and problems the family faces from the outside.  No matter what kind of difficulties they are facing, she expects their life together to be loving.  She expects him to be sweet to her family-from-hell.  Paying child support to his ex-wife has him in Dutch with his family.  The idea is to be a loving family no matter what the problems are.


Are YOU here for the first time? Come in!

People love this place! Our site is divided into four sections: Guidance, Tarot Readings, Learn Tarot by Observation, and Learn Tarot by pictures.  If you just want your daily look ahead, Guidance and Tarot Readings are all you need. ‘Guidance’ (above) is a summary of what the cards are telling visitors to be aware of this day.

‘Group Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages to everyone. These readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. So, go ahead and pick the sentences you feel are yours and decide whether to encourage or reject them for yourself.

Did you come here for your predictions? –  You are done now –  See you tomorrow. The family of commenters here would love for you to join in (the very last, at the bottom).


Six of Cups

Queen of Swords – Ten of Pentacles – Nine of Wands




Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.


Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Loving Family (Ten of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Stresses of Family Life (Ten of Pentacles and Nine of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Stress Regarding the Kids (Nine of Wands and Six of Cups)


Tarot Readings: Loving Family (Ten of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

No matter what kind of difficulties they are facing, she expects their life together to be loving.


She makes sure this is a loving family no matter what the problems outside are.


His childhood with a strong mama who faced all the challenges – and he was loved.


Mama was a disciplinarian, so you were a good kid no matter what mischief others were doing.


Hey, we are the crowd that are mellow with one another, and it’s wewho get criticized?


They are such good kids because their stern mama scolds them when they make trouble.


Has a cozy life in spite of how annoying people around here can be.


She has such good kids it makes other families feel they don’t measure up to her.



Tarot Readings: Stresses of Family Life (Ten of Pentacles and Nine of Wands)

She is angry and he is defensive about the trouble created by his romantic nature.


I’m afraid there’s trouble when I am not as romantic as she expects.


He is so sweet to her and she is so mean to him that he is uneasy around people.


He loves cranky bitchy women who nag him and make his life uncomfortable.


Being in love and married to a woman who has high standards, you are put on the spot.


She expects him to be sweet to her family-from-hell; he is nagged about that.


Paying child support to his ex-wife has him in Dutch with his family.


Maternal in-laws (mama’s family) have high expectations for the kids and put pressure on them.


Kids get on her nerves and she is not even happy living with people.



Tarot Readings: Stress Regarding the Kids (Nine of Wands and Six of Cups)

That wench accuses your kids of being the troublemakers.


The trouble you go through when you have kids!


You dread complaining, but the neighbor’s kids are a problem.


That is the woman whose kids disrupt the neighborhood.


Family puts her on the defensive about the way she raises her kids.


When you’re a minority culture as a kid, people’s expectations of you put you under stress.


As the kids stress her dysfunctional marriage even more, she is truly irritated.




Being sweet to the demanding public can sure get to you!


Growing up in the old-country culture was a handicap.



Now,  Part Two,

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 section below. This tells about the combined four pictures in the Tarot Readings – the pictures above here.  It explains how these four cards get together in your mind to make the messages.

*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 today’s Spread. All the words of each Tarot card reading you see here are a phrase-by-phrase translation of the scene pictured on those cards: no filler, no psychic impressions, no spirit guide. Word-for-word Tarot Verbatim™.

You can put all this together and intuitively see yourself how Tarot Verbatim™ works.

This is a group reading, with no Questioner and no Question to limit what the cards say, so there’s more variety – even contradictions – and also the pronouns are more flexible. If it feels like it’s yours, and it says ‘he,’ and you’re a ‘she,’ feel free to adopt it anyway.


Six of Cups

Queen of Swords – Ten of Pentacles – Nine of Wands





Here are three cards that mean aggravation, in Rider Waite. Let me show you the different ways they express that groove.


Queen of Swords is not getting her due. She is irritated, maybe to the point of feeling martyred and/or bitter. This is the bitch card, the nag, and Queen of Swords is reliable for that. But the main meaning is that someone isn’t living up to her standards or isn’t giving her what she expects. She is demanding, and has something to complain about or someone to confront. She is the victim too; her attitude can be perfectly justified. Lastly, this is the card that represents a widow or a woman whose child has died, who is mourning. It also means an old or older woman.


Ten of Pentacles’ general meaning is ‘people who have problems’ and ‘people who are a problem.’ This is the dysfunctional family, the screwed-up relatives, the star-crossed serious relationship. This is a mob or gang or politics or politicians, or dysfunctional coworkers. This is ‘the public’ you deal with. This is the bad neighborhood, or problems associated with cultures, or the low class neighbors. It also describes disaster-type situations that are a threat to a neighborhood.


Ten of Pentacles and Queen of Swords describe a dysfunctional relationship and a disgruntled woman. You can see how the aggravated Queen of Wands fits with the dysfunctional family, or is the trouble with (or of) of family, or the family is her problem.


The last of the three cards that mean aggravation is Nine of Wands, ‘the border guard.’ He has lost the battle to the invaders and is still there defending the turf, wounded, expecting them back. He is alone. The most common application for Nine of Wands is feeling defensive, being put on the spot (defensive), being accused, being in fear of something happening (or happening again). He is one of the stress cards, one of the anxiety cards, of course. You can see how Nine of Wands and Queen of Swords is a nagging or accusing woman making a fellow feel guilty, apprehensive, and defensive. The stress of living with ‘the bitch.’ You can see how Ten of Pentacles and Nine of Wands is the unremitting stress of putting up with a bunch of difficult relatives or coworkers, or how defensive he feels about the trouble he caused the family.


So, after the three aggravation cards, we have a Rider Waite Tarot card that means romance, children, the past, a gift, the sweet life, nostalgia and good memories: Six of Cups, one of the warm-fuzzy cards.


Three of the cards at today’s Tarot Table are also about family: Queen of Swords as the mama who is dissatisfied; Ten of Pentacles as the troubled family; Six of Cups as the children, or the parties’ romance. The three of them could tell of a woman who’s disturbing the family by missing the child or children, or a woman who feels the damned kids are ruining her home life, or the woman who sacrifices in difficult times to give the kids a happy childhood. Queen of Swords and Six of Cups tell of a fellow who loves bitchy women, and also describe a woman who disciplines (holds up to her standards) the children.



Six of Cups with Ten of Pentacles speaks of children relating to a culture or a family, or both. Ten of Pentacles is culture as a problem (in any way). It says the kids are a family problem too. It could even speak of children’s role in a culture, if that were involved in an inquiry.




Queen of Swords is the strong disciplinarian who lets you know when you let her down.  She is also the confrontational nag, the bitch, the complainer (even whiner), the demanding woman. Your ex-wife.  Your mother or mother-in-law from hell.  She is the Plaintiff or Complainant in a lawsuit.  She lives by a high standard and expects people to do what they said they would.  See her hand out,  and that ‘now would be good’  look on her face? She can also be the suffering soul, the self-sacrificing saintly matriarch, the martyr of the family, a widow, a woman mourning her dead child.


Ten of Pentacles is one of three family cards in today’s spread. This one can mean ‘family’ in a larger sense too:  the culture, the neighborhood, the mob, the political party.  It is about family problems.  The illustration depicts a typical family quarrel scenario, with Grandpa on the throne smugly possessing the family dogs and the couple having a  ‘discussion’ that upsets the kid who pulls on mama’s clothes as daddy stares in the other direction while Wife talks to him.


Nine of Wands is an uneasy feeling you get when people don’t approve of you and you expect some consequences from the situation.  It is more of a chronic situation usually.  The head wound on the fellow indicates he has already fought this battle and expects to have to again.  So this situation is a headache. He feels defensive, apprehensive, dread, stress and anxiety. The illustration is a border guard who has been wounded and is still on duty, dreading the return of the enemy.


Illustrations from the Rider-Waite Tarot Deck®, known also as the Rider Tarot and the Waite Tarot, reproduced by permission of U.S. Games Systems, Inc., Stamford, CT 06902 USA. Copyright ©1971 by U.S. Games Systems, Inc. Further reproduction prohibited. The Rider-Waite Tarot Deck® is a registered trademark of U.S. Games Systems, Inc.

The entire contents of this website are Copyright © 2013. All rights reserved. This site may not be copied in whole or in part except for the inclusion of brief quotations in a review without the express written permission of the publisher. All violators will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law.

NOTICE – Anyone found copying Tarot Verbatim’s (TM) website or using Tarot Verbatim’s (TM) trademarked/copyrighted text and/or images without Tarot Verbatim’s (TM) express written consent by Emily Sandstrom will be reported to their billing company, their hosting company, and any other related companies or necessary parties for account closure. Tarot Verbatim (TM) will also follow with a copyright infringement lawsuit in accordance with the Digital Millennium Copyright Act (DMCA).


Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Three Six Nine Twelve Club

Facebook Page where members uphold one another for the best to happen,in each of our lives and this is YOUR invitation to join us all !

Recent Comments

Emily: Kelly, I felt this one as I typed it. Don't know ...
Kelly: Love this one. So timely and true....
Lala: Emily is very thoughtful, insightful and brings a ...
Kelly: Mine! "Group think is the coming thing" At least ...
Tina Gagnon: This is exactly what happened today with my 'frien...
Emily: This deep and miscellaneous Tarot message was for ...
Rachelle: Thank you for this blog post, it was like medicine...
Idaly: You are an Earth Angel. Thank you...thank you...th...
Emily: I agree. Hierophant came up in three successive s...
Kelly: King of Cups and High Priestess again! I wonder i...
Clement: Emily, thank you for daily guidance. I learn so mu...
Emily: (Emily) I rewrote this page - it was a mess. Thes...
Emily: and the unexercised brain is not worth having, to ...
Emily: Thank you for that, and more of them to you. It's...
Emily: You can, and you do. The lessons introduce you to...
Kelly: I believe this is how my New Year is shaping up. S...
Paul: Your posts give me something to meditate on everyd...
Charles: Emily, I don't know what I would do without your d...
Emily: a rattlesnake with butterflies ... exotic creature...
Kelly: Describes a friend who is in and out of my life. H...
Tarot Verbatim