Tarot Readings for You for October 21, 2013 Monday(c)

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Guidance    Focus is on the powerful successful moneyed studly fellow – on being him, being his child, having a romance with him. Old families always luck out, we say. The influential man makes it happen for his kids. Machinations of politicians is something to live with; make the best of it. Live the simple honest life long enough and you are lucky enough to be in control of your life.


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Wheel of Fortune

King of Pentacles – Ten of Wands – Six of Cups




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Tarot Readings: Romantic Destiny (Six of Cups and Wheel of Fortune)

Tarot Readings: He Has Money for the Kids (King of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Make the Best of Politicians (King of Pentacles and Wheel of Fortune)

Tarot Readings: Making the Best of Everything (Ten of Wands and Wheel of Fortune)


Tarot Readings: Romantic Destiny (Six of Cups and Wheel of Fortune)

He is very romantic, he makes the magic moments happen.


Big chance for romance with a very sexy successful man.


Eventually it will happen: a successful man adoring the girl.


He breaks his back to make the money. His reward is home sweet home.


He gives you everything if he can be The Man in Control he is destined to be.


At last, his big chance to be the hero of the little girl.


A studly fellow who is extremely romantic: What an opportunity for her.


He was destined for the romantic role, everything about him is so studly.


The successful man is going all out to make the good life happen for his kids.


A man whose strategy it is to always have a chance for romance in his life.


Eventually the big romance will happen with Prince Charming.



Tarot Readings: He Has Money for His Kids (King of Pentacles and Six of Cups)

He takes on the responsibility to be a moneyed man to give the children a wonderful life.


He has always been very lucky and had money to do things with since he was a kid.


Influential politician’s kids will always have a wonderful life.


Being a wonderful father to children is difficult.


His wonderful life was handed to him because his father was always well off.


These old influential families always luck out.


You are a kid forever until you have money of your own to make your life happen.


He waited a long, long time to be able to make this opportunity for his son.


If you are lucky, your kid will eventually have power and influence of his own.



Tarot Readings: Make the Best of Politicians (King of Pentacles and Wheel of Fortune)

Being friendly with whoever is in power, you eventually get lucky and cash in.


We will always live with the manipulations of politicians; make the best of it.


Money men have all the power; you are lucky if you get something from them.



Tarot Readings: Making the Best of Everything (Ten of Wands and Wheel of Fortune)

It eventually happens:  You get your home from the banker.


Live the honest simple life long enough and you are lucky enough to be in control of it.


Having a peaceful life is a matter of strategically making the best of everything.


Lucky enough to be given control of your destiny.


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Wheel of Fortune

King of Pentacles – Ten of Wands – Six of Cups





It’s easy to see the picture here of The Benefactor, the charismatic influential man who’s head of the clan, who’s the strategist and the manipulator, who makes things happen, who gives the good life to his children, to his friends, and who enjoys power. I think of him as Winston Churchill, the Italian stallion, and Al Capone, myself. Often, but not always, he has money and title. He is often the banker or bankster or financier or marketeer, the dealmaker and the politician. But he can be the fella who hustles pool down at the bar and deals grass on the side or the police chief with a racket. Often, he is flashy. King of Pentacles has no shred of humility in his soul.


Wheel of Fortune and King of Pentacles go together. King of Pentacles makes things happen, and Wheel of Fortune is all about things happening, good things unless otherwise specifically stated. Together, these two Rider Waite cards, in Tarot Verbatim, say “lucky enough to be in control of your life.” He is also a man who is lucky. Maybe he won the lottery, because he’s rich and Wheel of Fortune can be gambling or a lottery.


Wheel of Fortune is miracle, jackpot, destiny, karma, good luck or ‘lucking out,’ the role of randomness and coincidence in our physical lives and the role of nonphysical entities, both divine and infernal, in our spiritual, mental and physical lives. (Wheel of Fortune and Nine of Cups are the ‘good’ cards you like to see in your reading: luck, and getting what you want.)



And speaking of getting what you want and lucking out, here are the lucky children of Big Daddy, the benefactor. King of Pentacles and Six of Cups: He is the little girl’s or little boy’s hero.


Six of Cups shows the established family scene from old-fashioned times. A little boy gives a little girl, maybe a sibling, flowers. They are very well-dressed and an estate, an old-fashioned building, is behind them. The good children have the good life. Getting a gift or present, or giving one, is one of Six of Cups’ meanings.


It has a few more too. Romance. A man is in love and gives his girl a birthday present or love gift. They have the sweet life together. There is trust between them. Sentimentality – all things warm and fuzzy. Trust and good people are Six of Cups territory.


Six of Cups is about the past, usually in a good way (not always, if other cards are dominant). Old nostalgic memories. Loves of the past. Old times. Old places you have been, including where you grew up (whether those are good memories or not), childhood.


Six of Cups is a real estate card too. A good neighborhood, a safe neighborhood. A cozy house, a cottage, a quaint house (Victorian, Gingerbread). Home is where the heart is.


‘Bequeath’ is one of Six of Cups’ words. Give to the children; the siblings get the house. Inheritance meanings pretty much have to be in the question to bring out this phase of Six of Cups’ repertoire.



Right in the middle of the story is Ten of Wands. The meanings it contributes to our today story are these: (1) difficulty or taking on the burden; (2) long term or long time – ‘eventually’; (3) extremely or ‘plenty of,’ which sometimes translates ‘big.’


(1) King of Pentacles and Ten of Wands, the difficulty of becoming that wealthy established leader of men. He took on that responsibility, that burden.


(2) ‘Eventually, it happens’ says Ten of Wands and Wheel of Fortune. Ten of Wands and Six of Cups suggest the deep past, long ago and far away, and would also express eventually having children, or being a child way too long.


(3) Ten of Wands can simply mean ‘big’ as in King of Pentacles and Ten of Wands being the big man or Big Daddy – which is part of the ‘extremely’ theme of meanings for Ten of Wands. The ‘extremely’ meaning arises from the extreme amount of boards on the fellow’s back. Another example of Ten of Wands meaning ‘big’ is Ten of Wands and Wheel of Fortune saying ‘big chance.’


It’s easy to see a well-off fella making the good life happen for the kids , isn’t it? And how that’s a big thing that might be difficult and take a long time.





King of Pentacles is the manipulator and the strategist, maybe the politician or bankster, the well off successful charismatic studly dude ‘all the girls want.’ Think Al Capone. Think Prince Charming. And yes, this is an Italianesque Rider Waite Tarot card.



Ten of Wands speaks of the extreme, of taking it all on all at once  of the difficult and the burdensome process that is slow but does get there in one trip. The depiction of a fellow who is carrying all the logs on his back in one trip says it well.



Six of Cups blesses us with its presence again. This is the sweet old-fashioned honest life, the sweet old-fashioned romance, the sweet old-fashioned person. It about a gift, receiving or giving same. It is about little boy gives little girl flowers.



Wheel of Fortune is the stroke of luck, the unexpected winning or boost. Destiny. ‘It’ happens (usually what you want and have hoped for).  What reminds you of a roulette wheel is surrounded by all sorts of occult symbols that represent the idea that unseen influences affect our doings, both good ones and not-so-good ones. Personally I like that goose in the upper right with its foot on the book. Some of my best friends are geese.


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  1. Jenica

    It’s not a goose, it’s an eagle.

    • Oh? Looks goosey to me, but considering how Pamela drew the falcon in Nine of Pentacles, that could be. Looking closely, there’s a tuft in the back of its head. Since the eagle, and not a goose, is an occult critter, you are probably right. Are you looking at a Rider Waite deck, Jenica?

  2. Lori

    Bring him on, I’m ready to make this romance happen 🙂

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