Tarot Readings for You for August 9, 2017 Wednesday©

Aug 8, 2017 by

GUIDANCE        You went ahead and did it. You didn’t do it to get paid; you did it because it was the right thing to do. I went out of my way and cut corners to make this transaction affordable to people. Justice is being done for a change.

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Magician – Eight of Cups – Six of Pentacles

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GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Eight of Cups

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… then you ain’t doin’ it right!

He won’t do it for what it pays.

For NOT doing that, I give you respect.

You get respect when you don’t do that.

Go out of my way to do the right things.

Cut corners to make what I do affordable.

He doesn’t take initiative or treat me right.

And he went ahead and did it before he got paid.

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Six of Pentacles

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Paid to do it and doesn’t do it.

Discontinues his self-treatment.

Justice is being done for a change.

Doing the right thing derails his life.

He gives them their due, and he’s done.

He isn’t the one paying the bills anymore.

He does it; they pay him; he is outta there.

You start the medical treatment, and what a change.

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Tarot Readings: Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles

                   

No more payments to make.

Leaving is the right thing to do.

He doesn’t treat you right anymore.

Just does it with no thought of reward.

Not paying attention to what I am doing.

He quits taking the pills as soon as he starts.

Doing something about not paying my bills on time.

It pays to quit being the one to make the first move here.

Not getting the attention you deserve for what you are doing.

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Magician Today’s readings are a great example of how Magician gets swallowed up by other cards’ meanings because Magician means: do, start, make, initiate or initiative. Those words are inferred in the meanings of some other cards. Today Magician and Eight of Cups are about not doing something or not doing it anymore. Today Magician and Six of Pentacles are about the doing of: paying bills, treating other people right, giving respect or attention, doing ‘it’ right.

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Magician in Rider Waite represents the active principle, represents the doing (not the thinking or anything else, just action). Refer to the two-card combination parts at the end of this post to see how Magician gets swallowed up in the action that other cards specify the nature of.

Eight of Cups A pilgrim, the story here is, detours around a mountain, going out of his way. The pilgrim will resume his direction once past the obstacle, and bear in mind Eight of Cups sometimes means that.

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Eight of Cups is on a journey: He has left but has not arrived. That is true of Six of Swords as well. But Six of Swords’ journey is going from one place to another directly, and Eight of Cups encounters a disruption, goes off the road (in any sense), or aborts course. Eight of Cups is leaving, quitting, dropping out, walking away, not showing up (A. W. O. L.).

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Look for Eight of Cups to mean a change. Look for it to mean ‘on the road’ or traveling. It is one of several cards that mean to switch from one to another or to switch direction.

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Eight of Cups means to drop out, as well as to go out of your way, two opposite things.

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Eight of Cups also means a disruption or interruption.

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So Eight of Cups has odd meanings. It is not an anchor card; you fit it into the others, usually. The beginning and ending moon phases can mean things like: a month, ‘burning the midnight oil,’ dusk, twilight. You get a feel for what this card is talking about, with experience. (If you are looking for exhaustive meanings for this Eight of Cups fellow, Google ‘Eight of Cups Tarot Verbatim’ and the archives will spill all. Be sure to click on the ‘more’ after the usual six or so beginning items.)

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In its present company, Eight of Cups is acting as a negator (negative modifier), which isn’t its usual function.

Six of Pentacles He has some scales and the coins he pays them with for what they do for him. Treating people right and doing the right thing are major portions of Six of Pentacles’ meanings. The point is fairness because he is going by the weight of the gold that’s left in the coins rather than the face value. Six of Pentacles is a fair exchange; is commerce; is a paycheck or labor expense. It is also the card for making payments.

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An exchange involves both giving and receiving, of course. And the scales bring justice into the dictionary of Six of Pentacles.

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This exchange extends to paying attention, giving respect and getting it, and getting what is deserved (either way). The act of dropping the coins into the hands of other people, along with the fact Six of Pentacles is about ‘treating’ people fairly, stretches this card to dispensing medicines and treating people medically. Six of Pentacles translates ‘treatment.’

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Magician tends to fade into the meaning of other cards when they are talking about doing something, so that Magician’s ‘ do’ phrase is extraneous. This makes Eight of Cups translate ‘ doesn’t,’ a negative modifier, which isn’t its real function. An action card (Six of Pentacles in this case) modified by Eight of Cups ends up saying he isn’t paying, but the literal interpretation would be something like: ‘ What he is doing is, he is not (fill in the other card’s meaningSix of Pentacles in this case).’ So ‘ isn’t paying his bills’ for Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles … because we would not say ‘ what he is doing is not paying his bills.’ Eight of Cups means ‘ to avoid’ or ‘ avoiding,’ and it would be equally awkward, language-wise, to say ‘ What he is doing is avoiding paying.’ Eight of Cups says ‘ ain’t doin’ it’ with Magician, but Eight of Cups, as I said, isn’t really a negator … that’s not his job as a rule. It’s a matter of phrasing in English.

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As a member of the justice Tarot tribe, Six of Pentacles may translate ‘right’: treat me right, do what’s proper.

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As a member of the financial Tarot tribe, Six of Pentacles may translate ‘affordable,’ ‘for that price,’ ‘pays off,’ ‘payback,’ ‘paycheck,’ and ‘pays me for that.’

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Often the presence of Eight of Cups in a three-card spread makes conflicting stories because Eight of Cups is incompletion, and it can apply to either of the other two cards. In real-life Tarot practice, the question or other ‘knowns’ will supply how to interpret.

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So Six of Pentacles is getting paid, Magician is doing it, and Eight of Cups can be about not getting paid or not doing it. See? Or getting paid for not doing.

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The fairness theme of Six of Pentacles extends to legal proceedings: See the scales of justice there? The word ‘dispense’ is called up sometimes, and so is ‘give,’ of course. The ‘dispense’ and ‘give’ meanings stretch to include prescription medications.

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Magician tends to fade into the meaning of other cards when they are talking about doing something, so that Magician’s ‘do’ phrase is extraneous. This makes Eight of Cups translate ‘doesn’t,’ a negative modifier, which isn’t its real function. An action card (Six of Pentacles in this case) modified by Eight of Cups ends up saying he isn’t paying, but the literal interpretation would be something like: ‘What he is doing is, he is not (fill in the other card’s meaningSix of Pentacles in this case).’ So ‘he isn’t paying his bills’ for Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles … because we would not say ‘what he is doing is not paying his bills.’ Eight of Cups means ‘to avoid’ or ‘avoiding,’ and it would be equally awkward, language-wise, to say ‘What he is doing is avoiding paying.’ Eight of Cups says ‘ain’t doin’ it’ with Magician, but Eight of Cups, as I said, isn’t really a negator … that’s not his job as a rule. It’s a matter of phrasing in English.

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As a member of the justice Tarot tribe, Six of Pentacles may translate ‘right’: treat me right, do what’s proper.

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As a member of the financial Tarot tribe, Six of Pentacles may translate ‘affordable,’ ‘for that price,’ ‘pays off,’ ‘payback,’ ‘paycheck,’ and ‘pays me for that.’

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Often the presence of Eight of Cups in a three-card spread makes conflicting stories because Eight of Cups is incompletion, and it can apply to either of the other two cards. In real-life Tarot practice, the question or other ‘knowns’ will supply how to interpret.

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So Six of Pentacles is getting paid, Magician is doing it, and Eight of Cups can be about not getting paid or not doing it. See? Or getting paid for not doing.

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The fairness theme of Six of Pentacles extends to legal proceedings: See the scales of justice there? The word ‘dispense’ is called up sometimes, and so is ‘give,’ of course. The ‘dispense’ and ‘give’ meanings stretch to include prescription medications.

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Noticing things not usually noticed today. We are talking about change today: the change that is the effect from things not being done anymore, whether it’s not making payments anymore, not taking those pills anymore, to quit being the one to make the first move. We are talking also about the change that is about things beginning to happen: doing something about not paying bills on time; just doing it with no thought of reward; starting medical treatment and what a nice change; going out of your way to do the right thing, or take the initiative.

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NOW WE SHOW WHERE EACH PHRASE IN EACH SENTENCE COMES FROM

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MAGICIAN

EIGHT OF CUPS

SIX OF PENTACLES

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Eight of Cups

MAGICIAN   EIGHT OF CUPS

… then you ain’t doin’ it right!

He won’t do it for what it pays.

For NOT doing that, I give you respect.

You get respect when you don’t do that.

Go out of my way to do the right things.

Cut corners to make what I do affordable.

He doesn’t take initiative or treat me right.

And he went ahead and did it before he got paid.

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Tarot Readings: Magician and Six of Pentacles

MAGICIAN. SIX OF PENTACLES

Paid to do it and doesn’t do it.

Discontinues his selftreatment.

Justice is being done for a change.

Doing the right thing derails his life.

He gives them their due, and he’s done.

He isn’t the one paying the bills anymore.

He does it; they pay him; he is outta there.

You start the medical treatment, and what a change.

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Tarot Readings: Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles

EIGHT OF CUPS SIX OF PENTACLES

No more payments to make.

Leaving is the right thing to do.

He doesn’t treat you right anymore.

Just does it with no thought of reward.

Not paying attention to what I am doing.

He quits taking the pills as soon as he starts.

Doing something about not paying my bills on time.

It pays to quit being the one to make the first move here.

Not getting the attention you deserve for what you are doing.

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HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL THREE 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

resonates with your subconscious awareness!

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. Magician and Eight of Cups You ain’t doin’ it. He won’t do it. For not doing that …. When you don’t do that. Go out of my way to do …. Cut corners to make what I do _. He doesn’t take initiative. And he went ahead and did it before …. To do it, and doesn’t do it. Discontinues self-__. _ is being done for a change. Doing _ derails his life. He _, and he’s done. He isn’t the one _ anymore. He does it; he is outta there. You start _ – what a change. No more _ to make. Leaving is the _ to do. He doesn’t _ anymore. Just does it with no thought of _. Not … what I am doing. He quits as soon as he starts. Doing something about not _ on time. Quit being the one who makes the first move. Not _ for what you are doing. x

.. Magician and Six of Pentacles You are doing it right. He does it for what it pays. For doing that, I give you respect. You get respect when you do that. To do the right things. To make what I do affordable. He takes initiative to treat me right. He did it and got paid. Paid to do it. His self-treatment. Justice is being done. Doing _ derails his life. He gives them their due. He is the one paying the bills. He does it; they pay him. You start the medical treatment. Payments to make.** _ is the right thing to do. He does treat you right. Just does it … reward. Paying attention to what I am doing. He takes the pills. Doing something about paying my bills. It pays to be the one to make the first move. Getting the attention you deserve. x

. Eight of Cups and Six of Pentacles You ain’t _ right. Won’t _ for what it pays. I give you respect for not …. You get respect when you don’t. Go out of my way to _ the right things. Cut corners to … affordable. Doesn’t treat me right. Went ahead and _ before he got paid. Paid to and doesn’t do it. Discontinues treatment. Justice for a change. The right thing derails his life. Gives them their due, and is done. Not paying the bills anymore. They pay him; he is outta there. … medical treatment: What a change. No more payments. Leaving is the right thing. Not treat you right anymore. With no thought of reward. Not paying attention. Quits taking the pills as soon as he starts. Not paying my bills on time. It pays to quit. Not getting the attention you deserve. x

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Our Daily Spread for November 11, 2011 Friday and Veteran’s Day ©

Nov 11, 2011 by

Advice The arbitrary disruption of what is usual and proper by entities who have the power to do so:  That is our relentless theme today,   Veteran’s Day.  Veterans whose lives were disrupted sometimes frivolously and arbitrarily and who are not paid fairly (your father?).  It’s about stupid power plays that prevent what should be happening,  but it’s also about the boss being upset when the wage slave walks out.  Hmmm.  “You continue giving him respect when he discontinues being a grownup”  is my favorite.

(At the time of production,  there’s no way to correct the lack of spaces after punctuation.  I am writing around it now!)

 

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Without a question to focus the answer,  four cards can mean contradictory things especially when the Spread has a card that negates other cards.  Without a question also the pronouns in a group reading are more flexible,  especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads.  When a pronoun is in parentheses,  feel very free to substitute.  The question in a  ‘real’  individual reading supplies at least half the information!


Two of Pentacles

Six of Pentacles   –   Eight of Cups   –   Emperor

 

DAILY MESSAGE TAROT ANALYSIS  Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

Governmental Perspective (Emperor)

The Establishment is roiled when the wage slaves walk out.

Periodic payments to the government/corporate headquarters are not what they were.

The case is dismissed in the proceeding when it goes over to the appellate judge.

The federal agency routinely intervenes in the legal proceedings.

The federal agency quit doing what it should for them,  went squirrely.

The federal government unexpectedly quit funding what has been ongoing.

You pay the governments and cannot continue your routine operations.

Governments disrupt what is usual and proper.

There’s no return on investment anymore for what you pay the governments.

Prescription or medicating Perspective (Six of Pentacles)

The old man isn’t getting dizzy anymore after that prescription.

Isn’t losing balance any more since the specialist gave the prescription.

Daddy isn’t controlling and unstable anymore since he is taking that.

On (his) own authority,   he quit taking the meds that he was on.

On my own authority,   I am not going to start taking prescriptions.

Arbitrary Controlling (Old) Man Perspective (Emperor)

His usual routine is to avoid paying his dues   –   he is controlling that way.

When he isn’t in his mature,   solid-citizen phase,   he quits paying his respects.

He quits treating us right as his controlling self rolls in.

Feels his position as the patriarch is shaky now that he isn’t the one paying the bills.

Not receiving the contact you routinely should from the old man.

Sometimes he is a grownup and sometimes he doesn’t deliver.

Quit paying attention to this silly old man.

Stupid power plays prevent what should be happening.

Getting your fair price as usual is not going to happen because of the powers that be.

You continue giving him respect when he discontinues being a grownup.

The old man isn’t around anymore to continue paying those bills.

Legal Perspective (Six of Pentacles)

He has the legal authority to suspend operations.

The case is dismissed in the proceeding when it goes over to the appellate judge.

The Establishment is upset when the case is dismissed.

The federal agency routinely intervenes in the legal proceedings.

Disruption Perspective (Eight of Cups)

The delivery did not make it all the way through to the person in charge.

Cannot do the ordinary course of business because of the antics of someone in power.

Some power arbitrarily disrupts the contacts that should be coming to the business.

Some power arbitrarily disrupts the payments that should be coming to this business.

Contacts are not getting through for you to do business as usual because of this power play.

Veterans whose lives were disrupted frivolously and who are not paid fairly.

Governments disrupt what is usual and proper.

The federal agency quit doing what it should for them,  went squirrely.

The federal government unexpectedly quit funding what has been ongoing.

The Establishment is roiled when the wage slaves walk out.

Labor expense isn’t what it used to be for the powers that be.


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Two of Pentacles

Six of Pentacles  –  Eight of Cups  –  Emperor

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  OBSERVATION OF THE SPREAD

Well, there’s no iota of romance today!  Four independent Rider Waite Tarot citizens here make a story about disruption of the usual routine,  and a power is being arbitrary,  sometimes a federal agency.  Here’s how:

 

Six of Pentacles is receiving or paying what should be:  an exchange,  a fair exchange,  often a commercial exchange,  but it includes  ‘attention,’  as in paying or receiving attention,  and this includes respect.  So paying your dues and receiving the respect or attention you deserve.  The fairness theme extends to legal proceedings:  See the scales of justice there?  The word  ‘dispense’  is called up sometimes,  and so is  ‘give,’  of course.  Six of Pentacles is the key Tarot card in this group.

 

Next we have two cards that affect that fair exchange adversely:  Eight of Cups is not going through,  dropping or being suspended;  Two of Pentacles is  ‘Oops,’  something goofy or arbitrary,  is an antic,  and it is also a continuing routine or what is usual.

 

In Emperor,  our story now involves some power,  some rigid kingpin,  a federal entity or government,  a controlling male or patriarch,  an old man (often a rigid controlling old man).  This made some of the sentences hard to phrase.

 

This spread is another example of one without an action card,  although the  ‘exchange’  part of the Six of Pentacles is a fairly good substitute.

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS:  INDIVIDUAL RIDER WAITE TAROT CARDS

Six of Pentacles is receiving or paying what should be:  an exchange,  a fair exchange,  often a commercial exchange,  but it includes  ‘attention,’  as in paying or receiving attention,  and this includes respect.  So paying your dues and receiving the respect or attention you deserve.  The fairness theme extends to legal proceedings:  See the scales of justice there?  The word  ‘dispense’  is called up sometimes,  and so is  ‘give,’  of course,  and even  ‘dealt.’

 

The prescription theme arises from pills being dispensed to the persons who deserve them,  and kind of arises from the word  ‘treatment’  from  ‘treating right.’  Remember,  this system is verbatim.

 

Its illustration shows the employer paying wages fairly, weighing the coins.  The artist who drew this puts the employees on their knees,  hence ‘wage slaves.’  Pamela Coleman Smith was an unappreciated underpaid lady to the end of her days,  so I think she is telling us something personal here?

 

Eight of Cups is about disruption,  failure to complete,  walking out or dropping something,  over with before it begins,  detour.  Its illustration shows a traveler on foot having to go in a different direction because the road doesn’t go that way.  Disparate words are to be expected from it.   Some of these words are:  quit, detour,  over with,  interrupt or disrupt,  off course,  drop out or walk out,  abrupt or abruptly,  “Out of here,”  didn’t make it,  isn’t (whatever) anymore,  renege,  derailed,  anymore,  unexpectedly,  ‘is not what it used to be,’  ‘isn’t the one who (whatever) anymore,’  and  ‘suspend’  in the sense of  ‘discontinue.’

 

Emperor Da Boss,  he is.  In Emperor,  our story now involves some power,  some rigid kingpin,  a federal entity or government,  a controlling male or patriarch,  an old man (often a rigid controlling old man).  Love the face the artist draws for this influence:  The rigid posture combined with the look of dullness one gets when one feels one cannot be challenged.

 

Emperor is the feeling you have,  or stance you have,  when you are your own authority.  Emperor is the foundational power structure,  the Establishment,  which does not have to be abusive but can get away with it.  Emperor is also seniority and a veteran of … How appropriate because today is Veteran’s Day.

 

Two of Pentacles pictures a juggler keeping the pentacles moving,  a symbol of continual motion drawn between them.  His feet suggest dancing.  Behind him,  ships are tossed up and down dizzyingly on rhythmic waves.  He is wearing a dunce cap and green shoes with an orange outfit.  Here are some phrases this illustration produces:  on and on,  back and forth,  round and round,  wobble,  shaky,  goofy,  queasy,  dizzy,  silly,  oops,  unstable,  frivolous,  squirrely,  arbitrary,  oscillate,  rolls in,  continuing,  keeps (being/doing/getting, whatever),  phase or phases in and out,  continuing,  routine, ongoing,  operations,  usual (whatever) or as usual,  antics,  roils.

 

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Our Daily Spread for August 31, 2011 Wednesday ©

Aug 31, 2011 by

Advice is making the distinction between being right and being moral, between being of good repute and doing right by others, giving everyone his due. In the same way, it makes the distinction between the pay scale for the work and the actual work done for the actual pay. Such disparities are the norm, we say. They don’t pay you for doing what you are supposed to. Doing the accepted thing isn’t doing the right thing.

 

 

 

 

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*Go to Daily Message Tarot Analysis below. One or more of those sentences has something to say to you. Pick those out. They are about you and the people around you. They are about today and the days around it. (It is a group message like a horoscope, except Tarot isn’t based on someone else’s birth data, so it can be specific, accurate, detailed and direct. Our experiment here is “How much more accurate is it?”)

*Go to Advice to apply what those sentences say (in the best way) for you. (Advice is everyone’s favorite part.) Did you come here for your predictions? – You are done now – See you tomorrow.

The Question for weekdays is: “Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them. The Question for weekends is stated right on top on those days.

Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean contradictory things especially when the Spread has a card that negates other cards. Without a question also the pronouns in a group reading are more flexible, especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads. When a pronoun is in parentheses, feel very free to substitute. The question in a ‘real’ individual reading supplies at least half the information!

 

 

DAILY MESSAGE TAROT ANALYSIS

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

 

Doing the right thing

Doing the accepted thing isn’t doing the right thing.

Hypocritical acts involve avoiding doing right by others.

Giving to a church isn’t the right thing to do.

Avoid doing the conventional actions and do right by the people whom you owe.

They avoid doing the right thing that they owe their fellow human and instead do the morally accepted thing.

Ducking out on paying these bills is doing the right thing.

You do what is appropriate when you don’t have the money to pay.

 

Financial Perspective; Getting Paid

They aren’t paying you for doing what you are supposed to.

Ducks out on doing what entitles ___ to be paid.

Did not do what would entitle (him) to be paid.

The official pay scale isn’t what they are practicing.

Paid not to do it the way it would be approved.

He does it according to accepted practice for approval, not just to get paid.

Get paid for doing it but not in the right amount.

He did not get to do what they paid him to do, but that’s okay.

He is supposed to get paid before he does the job.

This is the kind of thing you do and they don’t have to pay you for it.

You are still entitled to be paid if you skip doing that.

He wasn’t present when it was done but is entitled to payment.

 

Miscellaneous

That would be paying a bill that is not legitimate!

Not getting the attention he deserves for what he does.

What he does is avoid paying in full: He feels so entitled.

She was gone before you could give her what she truly deserved so you did not get to.

 

 

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MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS: OBSERVATION OF THE SPREAD

Right away, we have a contrast between doing right by people and/or being treated right by them in the Six of Pentacles story, and the appearance of doing right in Hierophant story.

 

Since Six of Pentacles is getting paid for work done, and Eight of Cups suggests incompletion, we have a financial theme too.

 

Magician tells us this spread will be about doing, about actions. Eight of Cups tells us the story is about action not being completed, something being avoided or ducked out on or walked away from.

 

So in the middle we have getting paid. To the left, appropriately and according to the paperwork. To the right, something isn’t finished or doesn’t happen, or doesn’t happen fully. Above, something is done.

 

MEANINGS AND ILLUSTRATIONS: INDIVIDUAL RIDER WAITE TAROT CARDS

 

Hierophant is the show of religion. That is the pope in his regalia and the priests in theirs, so it is about church, but can refer to the show of any religion, or religiosity or hypocrisy. (And you don’t have to be Christian to be a hypocrite!) It means the accepted moral conventional whatever, and also means ordinary, normal and ‘no harm.’ ‘For appearance’s sake’ is a good key phrase for this Rider Waite Tarot card. Hierophant is about respectability, about looking clean (‘having a clean nose’). It is a nice normal decent-looking whatever. It is the accepted whatever, is approved, is official.

 

Six of Pentacles, on the other hand is doing right by others, giving others their due, paying the appropriate attention to anything. It is getting paid fairly or paying a fair price, illustrated literally by an employer weighing the coins he is paying the workers.

 

Eight of Cups abruptly is off the designated route – in this case because the road could go no other way. It means incompletion, detour, re-routing, dropping out, not finishing whatever.

 

Magician is the active principle, the male principle. It is the act of, doing – any tense of the verb ‘do’ and most tenses of ‘make,’ and also means ‘to bring about. No planning or thinking is involved per se in this card’s meaning, just as no action meanings are involved in the female principle, High Priestess.

 

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Our Daily Spread for May 13, 2011

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Our Daily Spread for May 13, 2011

WE WILL NOT HAVE THE PHOTOS OF THE CARDS ON HERE FOR A WHILE BECAUSE STEFANIE HAS THEM AND I AM PUTTING UP THESE DAILY MESSAGES MYSELF NOW

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Is this the first time you come here? Well …

HOW TO USE THE MATERIAL WE HAVE FOR YOU HERE. Read the sentences, and pick out the ones that seem to apply to you, to the people around you. They are a Tarot analysis of your day’s circumstances. As the day (or several days) unfolds, you may find the information is relevant. Some of this information refers to a longer time period. The question is: “Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.” Often, your adopting the attitude you feel in the blog works for your day! Some days are ‘keep an eye open’ and some are ‘green lights.’

Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean even contradictory things. Without a question also the pronouns in a group reading are less specific, more flexible, especially in some of these Rider Waite Tarot spreads. Especially when a pronoun is in parentheses, feel free to substitute.

The Advice section sums up a general meaning of all the sentences. It is the favorite of most of us.

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Five of Swords

Eight of Cups, Queen of Cups, Six of Pentacles

Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread

At a glance, the only good news here is loss prevention – no spiritual perspective here! It’s all very mundane, but the mundane is where we live, isn’t it? The penalty for not knowing human nature can be worse than the penalty for first degree murder. And this information appears here for someone’s benefit, some visitor’s.

In the middle sits the trusting naïve good honest Queen of Cups gal who has faith in her man, who thinks. I think of her as the young Bible belt white lady stereotype, ‘vanilla’ in street slang.

Above her is the bully, the bandit, the macho taker Five of Swords. The guy with the Cheney smirk.

To her right is paying or receiving money or attention, Six of Pentacles, who is becoming a steady customer here at our Tarot cafe.

To her left is Eight of Cups abandoning, avoiding, quitting – something that is over with before it finishes.

So it’s obvious this is mostly about a con, and the woman is the more likely victim. It also is obvious, if you are a Tarot person, that she understands the situation well enough to not let the loss occur.

But not so fast: There are a few constructions – along the line of her knowing alongside the Five of Swords as a criminal, hence ‘criminal mind’ – that construe her as the culprit. In real life, the embezzler at the bank is often the ‘church lady’ type: This is well known in that circle! ‘Grandma,’ they say.

Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards

Eight of Cups: The hiker (pilgrim, traditionally) abandons his course because the terrain forces a change in direction. It means to drop out, quit, abandon, switch from one to another thing. To not finish, or unfinished. Disruption. Detour, a change of course.

Queen of Cups: Here sits the trusting naïve good honest Queen of Cups gal who has faith in her man, who thinks. She is the dreamy type. Some Queen of Cups believe there’s no evil, it’s all good, and someone has to take care of you if you are a good girl.

Six of Pentacles: Today this Rider Waite Tarot citizen is meaning paying or receiving money or attention, paying bills. Illustration shows the employer putting money into the hands of the workers.

Five of Swords: He is the key card here. He tells us the money exchanging hands in the Six of Pentacles involves some kind of agenda or ripoff, tells us the attention being paid is abusive in some way. As I keep saying, I associate Cheney’s perpetual sneer with this Tarot citizen. Illustration shows a punk who has disarmed his friends by claiming a play sword fight was real. He has ruined them and is smiling: Hello, Mr. Cheney.

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ADVICE:

The sentences today are a variation on the same theme – just skim over them. Advice is to keep an eye out for agendas of all varieties in order to nip potential loss in the bud. Maybe even keep an eye out for your own motives?


The ‘little lady’ knows, suspects: She is street wise. The ‘little lady’ may also know mooching, herself. The point here is: Greed goes both ways and is part of normal exchanges; it does not come out with horns and tail. Ditto for sexual ‘users,’ they are not wearing red suits and a leer, either.

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TAROT ANALYSIS

Business Perspective (Loss Prevention):

The lady quit thinking highly of him when he tricked her on the price.

She knows this guy is dishonest, so he isn’t getting anywhere near the cash.

She knows he ripped her off and isn’t going to pay her back.

She is wise to this: They aren’t going to cheat on their expense accounts.

She knows how to make money, and how to prevent getting ripped off.

Her paycheck is spent before anyone can get it from her.

She thought the man who abandoned her was paying the bills: He kept the money for himself.

Financial Perspective (Dishonest Woman):

She has her ways of tricking you into paying before you know it.

She isn’t about to pay, she knows how to take advantage.

Her criminal mind … she never has the money!

She quit thinking like an honest woman and started avoiding her obligations.

She is wise to how to get out of legal obligations, how to beat the system.

Romantic Perspective:

The cruel guy and the tenderhearted gal part company before she gets the attention she deserves.

She knows what a wise-ass he is and doesn’t pay him the first bit of attention.

The bad boy gets this naïve girl’s attention before she is on to him.

She knows just how to take advantage of a fellow before he even pays her any attention.

Nice girls don’t have fellows paying their bills!

She knows how to pay her own bills, she doesn’t need to get a guy to do it.

He is a criminal who will be leaving her before he is prosecuted.

She is wise to the legal process, she isn’t going to be bullied.

She knows he is taking advantage and will be on his way, but until then, he is showing her attention.

She knows the right thing to do for her is to leave the cheater.

Knowing what a bully he is, she cuts him off before he gets to treat her that way.

She dismisses the thought he would take advantage of her, she has faith he will treat her right.

She knows her man would cheat her so her money is spent before even she gets it.

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