Tarot Readings for You for October 20, 2013 Sunday(c)

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Guidance      We describe an attitude of not being so concerned about whether our exchanges with other people are fair or not. Old friends and lovers exchange openheartedly, free-spiritedly. Then there’s the careful, measured exchange in a business deal. Then there’s the resentful exchange a giver has with a demanding party. We say it doesn’t matter, it’s all good, who cares about attitude? “She’s having a cranky day, that’s all: Our relationship is storybook.” And “Who cares if someone feels cheated who wasn’t?”


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Queen of Swords

Three of Pentacles – Six of Cups – Fool




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Tarot Readings: Loved Ones’ Expectations (Six of Cups and Queen of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Give them a Good Deal (Three of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Mama and the Kids (Six of Cups and Queen of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Friends Don’t Think About (Six of Cups and Fool)


Tarot Readings: Loved Ones’ Expectations (Six of Cups and Queen of Swords)

She expects a mutually loving relationship and presumes she has one.


He loves her, so he instinctively delivers the sweetness she expects.


He’s a really sweet kid having a relationship with such a bitch.


For no reason at all, whenever she is mad with him, he does his part so sweetly.


She has no idea she is in a triangle relationship. She would be mad.


She wants the bills paid, never mind about giving her flowers.


Mama assumed we had a deal on a grandchild she expects.


He has no idea she is irritated with him; he assumes he is doing his part romantically.


Whatever it is she wants and isn’t getting, give her flowers – that’s your fair share.


As far as she is concerned, he is there to cater to her needs in this relationship, that’s all.


She’s just having a cranky day, that’s all: We have a storybook relationship.


She wants children but all he wants is a relationship.


This edgy woman has no idea of having children in this relationship.


She is mad about his meeting with the old flame, and he is oblivious to that.



Tarot Readings: Give them a Good Deal (Three of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

It’s a deal: (We) just give them what they demand.


Doing business is a breeze: You give people what they expect.


Forget about getting the asking price on the contract on the old house.


I gave her more than what was fair; I don’t care if she feels shortchanged.


I may as well give the grumpy lady what she thinks is her fair share.



Tarot Readings: Mama and the Kids (Six of Cups and Queen of Swords)

A mean mama has good kids who naturally do what she expects.


She disciplines the children so lovingly they do their part without even thinking about it.


She is stressed about meeting with people who don’t know a thing about her child’s case.


Your old mama assumes the same relationship you had when you were a kid.


When we get together with the mother-in-law, she acts as if (he) is still her little kid.


Your kids annoy her, so she ignores them and deals just with you.


The settlement is for the children; they ignore what the adult woman has a right to.



Tarot Readings: Friends Don’t Think About (Six of Cups and Fool)

They meet as old friends and don’t care about her criticism.


The old lady has been friends such a long time she is oblivious to what’s fair.


I guess it’s fair enough to give a dear friend what she is expecting.


Old friends don’t think in terms of not getting their fair share in an exchange.



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Queen of Swords

Three of Pentacles – Six of Cups – Fool




Three of Pentacles starts us off with an exchange – social, contract, business – or a meeting. Look for three people when this card comes up, especially if you see Three of Cups too. Three of Pentacles is about doing your part fair and square.

Then Six of Cups is about giving – also an exchange – and it is about old friends, loved one(s), trust, and an old home. Three of Pentacles and Six of Cups together suggest generosity in an exchange, suggest dealing generously with someone.

Fool just isn’t keeping track and doesn’t care – is oblivious – this doesn’t matter. Six of Cups and Fool are both cards of youth, incidentally. Fool bolsters the theme we have going here about a generous exchange with an old friends: Old friends don’t keep track of how fair their exchanges are, which is expressed by Three of Pentacles and Fool.

With Queen of Swords, we introduce as a factor in our story someone who is keeping track, someone who is feeling shortchanged, not getting what she expects, being demanding or whiny. Three of Pentacles and Queen of Swords tell of someone feeling cheated in the deal, someone did not get a fair shake. This is mama, grandma, the old lady – even the nag. It is a person with an actual grievance, or a person who enjoys playing the martyr. Six of Cups and Queen of Swords, though, turn her into the disciplinarian of the child or children – but these two Rider Waite Tarot cards also say “She’s just having a cranky day; we have a storybook relationship.” Queen of Swords and Fool is where we get “Never mind that someone feels shortchanged,” because Fool is that ‘never mind’ vibe.


So our message is all about an exchange. The gist of what these four Rider Waite Tarot cards have to say is: Don’t sweat the small change in your dealings with people, and never mind if someone feels cheated who wasn’t.





Three of Pentacles An architect meets with his clients and is demonstrating, with the blueprint, that he has perfected the construction and is entitled to his final draw, which is legal settlement in full of their contract. Three of Pentacles means meeting (especially three people), a business deal, each party doing its part fairly, settling up, relationship, paying up as agreed. It is getting together about something, putting our heads together, doing our part in a relationship with one another. Three of Pentacles applies to any relationship – love, business, social, etc.



Six of Cups Little Boy is giving Little Girl flowers. Behind them is an estate or apartment building. Both are well-dressed. The art style is kitsch, a warm and fuzzy representation of old friends, true love, the good old days, nostalgia, old-fashioned, love, love of the past, the sweet life. Six of Cups represents a cozy or quaint house or neighborhood too.



Fool So who’s keeping track? – not me, I don’t care. Just let it be.  Don’t even think about it.  Assume.  May as well be oblivious, having no idea like a free-spirited youngster.  Just for no reason at all instinctually.  What, me worry? – I am just skipping along by the cliff with my trusty equally playful and oblivious puppy, and all will be well.


Queen of Swords Here’s who’s keeping track.  The old lady is dissatisfied and grumpy about being slighted and shortchanged here.  She demands things be rectified and that she get what’s rightfully hers, or what she thinks is rightfully hers … now would be good.  There’s the righteous old lady with her hand out, with that Nurse Ratchett look on her face.  She is the bitch card, the mother, the mother-in-law, the plaintiff or complainant.  She is you when you are righteously indignant.


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