Tarot Readings for You for November 17, 2013 Sunday©

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Guidance     The good people are a community, a mindset.   They are good men, often quiet, and the women who marry them.   Then there’s people who are respectable and live a comfortable life, people who marry well, don’t make waves, fit in, and are happy.   People move into and out of this mindset, this community.  A person can get into this and leave his lesser life behind, or put this way of life behind for some excitement, and hardly feel the loss.  So people leave the well-adjusted life, women leave the good man, the good marriage.   That’s okay, that’s life.   Other people are coming in.


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King of Cups

Ten of Cups – Four of Wands – Six of Swords



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Tarot Readings: Marriage and Family (Ten of Cups + Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Out of one Community, Into Another (Ten of Cups and Six of Swords or Four of Wands and Six of Swords)

Tarot Readings: He is Moving Out (Six of Swords and King of Cups)


Tarot Readings: Marriage and Family (Ten of Cups + Four of Wands)

A good man is leaving one marriage and will be happily married.


Marries the good guy and puts friends behind her.


The good guy marries and puts his circle of buddies behind him.


He is emotional about leaving one family and being a member of another.


So happy to get out of here; he is a family man.


He is a good man now, the kind you marry, putting the past behind for the good life.


Leaving the place he used to call home, he is accepted by all of us.


Leaving your honey means leaving his family and his circle of friends.


When he leaves the marriage, he leaves those family associations behind.


A society wedding is being celebrated, and he is going to avoid drinking.


Tarot Readings: Out of one Community, Into Another (Ten of Cups and Six of Swords or Four of Wands and Six of Swords)

Everybody in power is glad the good men are moving out.


Everybody in the community is happy that this bureaucrat is retiring.


The people here are so damned civilized, so dull, that (I am) leaving the place.


Puts his past behind to be one of the good people who get along fabulously with one another.


The drinking man withdraws from this group of happy, well-adjusted types.


He feels sentimental moving his family out of one house and into a better one.


Both his families are distancing themselves from him because of his weakness.


He is a member of two circles of people who can each get him going in a different direction.


That gentleman’s family is so happy to move out of here.


Tarot Readings: He is Moving Out (Six of Swords and King of Cups)

The guy who is everybody’s friend is retiring from the Company.


He makes the family happy putting his association with that agency behind.


His drinking days are over, he is moving into a halfway house.


Guys leave polygamous communities.


He is soo happy to retire from the industry and move away from this place.


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King of Cups

Ten of Cups – Four of Wands – Six of Swords




Ten of Cups and Four of Wands are the two ‘happy marriage’ cards. They both also mean family, community, a group of people, well-adjusted prosperous respectable people. They both mean houses, and Four of Wands is sometimes a public building or headquarters (as in Justice and Four of Wands being the court house or the police agency).

Four of Wands means the leading family or families, power people or Establishment, any organization (agencies, clubs, companies, political associations, etc.).

Ten of Cups is happily ever after, a home, the suburbs or a good neighborhood, one big happy family, the good or friendly or well-adjusted people, friends, being happy, living together,

Continuing in this vein of happy well-adjusted respectable folks is King of Cups. His spectrum of meanings embraces the good man, your honey, the bureaucrat or a fellow with a desk type job, a gentleman or polite man or man with manners (or ‘mild-mannered man’), a patient forbearing man, the one to make peace or compromise, the drinking man or alcoholic, ‘the quiet type.’ He can also be the weak man (or be seen as weak), dull or lackluster, a Walter Mitty type. This can be the guy that women say is too nice, and ‘I love him like a brother.’ (She can simply be the type to be looking for a nogoodnik with pizazz.)

Ten of Cups and King of Cups is a happy marriage with a good man. It is ‘happily ever after with your honey,’ and ‘the man marries you who is your current love.’ This is the ‘married with children’ statement, suggesting these are his kids.

Four of Wands and King of Cups emphasizes a groom from good family, marrying well by marrying this particular member of that particular family, and also is a bureaucrat in an agency, company or other organization. It reads ‘headquarters of government.’ ‘The gentleman is married’ and ‘family man’ too.

Six of Swords is about leaving a bad scene for a better life – better because this life can’t get any worse. It also means putting your (sorry) past behind and heading in a wiser direction. It is about distancing oneself from anything, or drifting away – or about being the one left behind as another person drifts away. Although it talks about a depressing circumstance, it is comforting that things will get better, that the worst is over. Sometimes it indicates that something bad is really for the best.




Ten of Cups Happily ever after living in the happy (suburban) community where everyone is prosperous and gets along.  The happy marriage.  Married with children – a boy and a girl, of course.  The good people.  This can get Pollyanna and turn into the moral majority on us.  The illustration is the house on the golf course with lots of land, a rainbow over the manse, the Mr. and Mrs. out hugging one another whilst the kids skip around, well dressed. Ten of Cups translates ‘people’ and ‘everybody.’


Four of Wands Society wedding being celebrated here uniting two families.  This is the good marriage into the good family … in the sense of ‘marrying well.’ It is about headquarters, building, affiliation with a group. Four of Wands is likely to be conservative if it represents political parties or organizations.


Six of Swords puts the loss behind for better days ahead, leaves a bad scene, gets out of there, escapes, moves from one place to another, or from one home to another. It is often a depressing card in Rider Waite Tarot.  A woman and child are leaving in a friend’s crude boat, like refugees. It tells you better days are ahead, which is a comfort.


King of Cups is that mild-mannered bureaucratic, sweet natured guy, maybe sentimental, a Marcus Welby type sometimes, sometimes the stereotypical quiet drunk, the weak man or the good man.  He is the ‘too nice guy, I just love him like a brother’  that women talk about.  The illustration in Rider Waite shows his throne surrounded by choppy water … emotionality.  He has that look on his face of a man who usually defers to the herd bulls.


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  1. Anna

    I think this is about the guy at work who is leaving next month or my brother who I am seeing on Monday, we shall see…

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