Tarot Readings for You for April 13-14, 2017 Thursday-Friday©

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Here is another Email Reading. It’s from a past format. This one is a good example of why it is a good idea to say – in a romantic question – whether you and/or the other party are married. It shows how I can answer without that specification, and be right, though.

 

 

 

 

Question:  Hi Emily. Please can you have a look at my love life. I have been seeing someone for a while but it is complicated. Please can you see how he feels about me and if we have a future together. Many thanks

 

 

I am going to have to answer in the alternative. We have a marriage theme. If you are married or he is married, not to one another, these cards could apply differently.

Question: How does he feel about you?

Lovers

Nine of Pentacles – Four of Wands – Three of Cups

Nine of Pentacles: He sees you as someone who can take care of herself, who minds her own business, who can do just fine without him as a single woman.

Lovers: and you two are a pair, are lovers, are partners, are together.

Four of Wands: You are a couple, you are together, you are family – and this is the main marriage card. Illustration shows a wedding.

Three of Cups: Once again, you are happy together, you are sharing one another’s lives and enjoying it.

Three out of four cards mean together, and together in a good, happy sharing family way. The other card describes the way he sees you: independent, the opposite of clingy.

(A fellow who values a Nine of Pentacles woman, who is married, usually has a clingy and/or bossy wife. A live-in will show up as a marriage in Tarot, and so sometimes will the mother of the fellow’s child.)

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Four of Swords

King of Wands – Seven of Cups – Hanged Man

King of Wands: The passionate man, your man, the practical hands-on working man, the angry or frustrated man, fellow with a temper … and the husband. He is your man, he feels a family bond, a marriage bond with you.

Seven of Cups: Things are messed up*

Hanged Man: and he feels strongly

Four of Swords: that they are going to stay that way, and ‘There’s nothing I can do about this,’ (which is often a cop out. I call it ‘can’t-itis. Especially true of menfolk: It they dread doing something, or if they simply don’t want to do something, they say (and may believe) that they can’t. Very common.)

*messed up – This is your ‘Things are complicated.’

As I said, we have a marriage theme, all three of our spreads. This one looks very much like he is married to someone else. If that isn’t the case, let me know, and I will apply that – or ask another question.

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Question: ” … and if we have a future together.”  This is vague, so I will assume you mean:  Are you and the dude going to be a couple who love one another out in public, with a good future together?   Maybe you even mean get married or live together.

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Three of Pentacles

Queen of Cups – Justice – Eight of Swords

Eight of Swords: Another card that means ‘can’t.’ Unable, hands are tied.

Queen of Cups and Justice:   These taken together can mean legal wife: The woman who loves, admires and understands him, the loyal wife, the good woman, Queen of Cups, and Justice is commitment, suggests marriage especially if there is a theme … which there is, here. These two cards together also say ‘Her idea she will be married/committed to this man.’ – because Queen of Cups also means her thought, her idea, woman is thinking.

Three of Pentacles: A relationship in which each person does her/her part, an agreement or ‘by agreement,’ and also means meeting together in person.

So this says you two have a relationship that both parties engage in but it isn’t going to be the way you are thinking … ‘which is marriage’ or ‘because of a marriage.’

Feedback from client:

Hi Emily, Many thanks for your answer, you are right in your assumptions.

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Tarot Readings for You for January 13, 2014 Monday©

Jan 12, 2014 by

Guidance      Family always has pasts, doesn’t it – happy times and not-so-happy times, bereavement and celebrations, moving in and out of houses and places, children welcomed into membership and miserable childhoods. Shame and pride. Weddings to celebrate and maybe a parental house to gather at. Togetherness is the hallmark of family life, togetherness even when the whole scene is depressing to us.

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‘Group Tarot Cards Reading’ (just below this) is the actual word-for-word messages from the pictures of the four cards you see – 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 thing, at the bottom).

 

 

Six of Cups
Five of Cups – Four of Wands – Three of Cups

 

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: Marriage and Sad Feelings (Five of Cups and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Family Togetherness (Four of Wands and Three of Pentacles)

Tarot Readings: Company in Bad Times (Five of Cups and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Happy about Home (Four of Wands and Three of Cups)

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Tarot Readings: Marriage and Sad Feelings (Five of Cups and Four of Wands)

The failed marriage makes this romance a shared celebration of life.

 

He is depressed about the baby making their happy union a family.

 

Mourning the failed marriage even as life is so good.

 

Having kids makes his happy marriage depressing.

 

If only I had married my childhood sweetheart, how good life would have been.

 

Miss the happy loving home we had together.

 

He is homesick, so he marries the woman he can trust who is fun to be with.

 

Married with children is the good life with some depressing times.

 

A childhood so miserable this marriage is happy to you.

Tarot Readings: Family Togetherness (Four of Wands and Three of Cups)

Our family has been together in both good times and bad times.

 

The whole family pitches in to comfort the bereaved.

 

The couple is happy to have a child after the loss of one.

 

We are all happy, in this family, to give one another what each lacks to be happy and prosperous.

 

The members of the family get along well, even the children, in spite of what they have been through.

Tarot Readings: Company in Bad Times (Five of Cups and Four of Wands)

Camaraderie working here at headquarters, and always has been, even in the bad times.

 

The Company distributes money to us in good times and bad.

 

Past losses make a good year for the Company now.

 

Company had a loss but it still gives us all a bonus.

 

Shareholders of the Company lose the dividends.

Tarot Readings: Happy about Home (Four of Wands and Three of Cups)

 

Homesick for the old house even as we celebrate the one in the good neighborhood.

 

Losing a house but happy to be living in an old, quaint, cozy, cute cottage.

 

A housewarming gift and a party while still haunted by the past.

 

A kid happy to share in his parents’ home feels like a loser.

 

Now,  Part Two,

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*Go to Learn Tarot by 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
Five of Cups – Four of Wands – Three of Cups

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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Four of Wands and Six of Cups Both Four of Wands and Six of Cups are about house and home, and both are happy in mood.
Four of Wands and Three of CupsThree of Cups is also happy, and it shares the ‘togetherness’ theme of Four of Wands, since it is about getting along and sharing.

Five of Cups and Six of Cups But Five of Cups, which shares the meaning of ‘past’ with Six of Cups, is a downer to all the good vibes of the other Rider Waite Tarot citizens. Five of Cups is the regrettable sad past, is even bereavement, and Six of Cups is the sweet past. The damper Five of Cups puts on the party is very pervasive. (Three of Cups is the party, of course: getting together and sharing a good time, drinking.

We are left with a theme of togetherness (Three of Cups and Six of Cups too ), sharing camaraderie (Three of Cups ) in family or Company or marriage (Four of Wands ) or in romance (Six of Cups ) , with some kind of pall over it (Five of Cups ).

 

HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL SIX 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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Five of Cups and Four of Wands Marriage and Sad Feelings. The failed marriage. Depressed about __ making a family. Mourning the failed marriage. Makes (his) marriage depressing. If only I had married …. Miss the home we had together. He is homesick, so he marries …. Married, with some depressing times. A __ so miserable, this marriage is …. Our family in bad times. Family … the bereaved. Bereaved family. After the loss of __, the couple __. In this family, what each lacks …. The members of the family … in spite of what they have been through. Company in Bad Times. … at headquarters, even in bad times. The Company, in bad times …. Past losses for the Company. Company had a loss. __ of the Company lose __ Homesick for the house. Losing a house.

Five of Cups and Three of Cups The failed __ makes this a shared celebration of life. Depressed about __ making their happy union a …. Mourning the failed __ even as life is so good. Makes (his) happy __ depressing. If only … how good life would have been. Miss the happy __ we had together. He is homesick … the woman who is fun to be with. The good life with some depressing times. __ so miserable, this __ is happy to you. Good times and bad times. … pitches in to comfort the bereaved. Happy to have a __ after the loss of one. We are all happy to … what each lacks to be happy and prosperous. *Get along well together in spite of what they have been through. Camaraderie even in the bad times. … in good times and bad. Past losses make a good now. A loss … a bonus. Shareholders lose. Homesick even as we celebrate. Losing but happy to be __. *A party while still haunted by the past. Happy to share … feels like a loser.

Five of Cups and Six of Cups The failed __ makes this romance …. Depressed about the baby …. Mourning the failed __ . Having kids makes __ depressing. If only my childhood sweetheart. If only I had __ my childhood sweetheart. Miss the loving __ we had together. He is homesick … the woman he can trust. … with children and with some depressing times. *A childhood so miserable …. Together in bad times. To comfort the bereaved. _ a child after the loss of one. To give what … lacks. ,,, even the children, in spite of what they have been through. … and always has been, even in the bad times. __ distributes (money) even in bad times. Past losses make a good …. Past losses. __ a loss but still gives … Lose their dividends. *Homesick for the old house. Losing an old quaint cozy cute cottage. A gift while still haunted by the past. A kid feels like a loser.

Four of Wands and Three of Cups Marriage … a shared celebration of life. Making their happy union a family. Marriage, even as life is so good. Happy marriage. Had I married __, how good life …. The happy home we have together. *Marries the woman who is fun to be with. Married is the good life. This marriage is happy to you. Family togetherness. Our family has been together in good times …. The whole family pitches in …. The couple is happy to …. Happy, in this family … to be happy and prosperous. *The members of the family get along well together. Camaraderie working here at headquarters. The company … to us in good times. A good year for the Company now. The Company … us all a bonus. *Shareholders of the Company. Happy About Home. Even as we celebrate the one in the good neighborhood. Happy to be living in a house. __ a house but happy to be … A housewarming party. Happy in (his) parents’ home.

Four of Wands and Six of Cups Marriage … a romance. The baby making a family. The past marriage. Having kids makes marriage __. *Married my childhood sweetheart. Loving home we had together. *Marries the woman he can trust. *Married with children. A childhood so … this marriage is …. Our family has been together …. The whole family __ to comfort …. The couple is __ to have a child, after …. In this family, to give … The members of the family, even the children … … working here at headquarters, and always has been. The Company distributes (money) to us …. Past __ make a good year for the Company. The Company gives (us) … The Company … dividends. The old house, and the one in the good neighborhood. __ a house, but living in an old quaint cozy cute cottage. A house and a cottage. Housewarming gift. A kid in (his) parents’ home.

Three of Cups and Six of Cups Makes this romance a shared celebration of life. Baby making their happy union …. Even as life is so good. Having kids makes (his) happy …. How good life would have been. My childhood sweetheart … how good life …. Happy loving home. Happy loving home we had together. The woman he can trust who is fun to be with. … with children is the good life. We have been together in good times …. … pitches in to comfort …. *Happy to have a child. We are all happy to give one another … to be happy and prosperous. Even the children get along well together. Camaraderie, and always has been. … distributes money to us in good times. The past makes for good times now. Past __ make a good __ for us. … gives us all a bonus. Shareholders __ dividends. For the old house, even as we celebrate …. Happy to be living in an old, quaint, cozy, cute cottage. A __ gift and a party. A kid, happy to be __. A happy kid.

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LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

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Five of Cups –  Haunted by a past I just can’t get over. Counting the loss rather than what I have left. Missing the deceased and not caring about life as it goes on. Wishing I had, or had not, done something in the past. Five of Cups should be titled ‘If Only’ or ‘Coulda Woulda Shoulda.’

In Rider Waite, it’s one of those cards whose picture says it all: On a gray day, in a desolate sparse landscape, a bent and black-robed figure contemplates the spilled wine and has its back to the full glasses. It takes time to back out of these episodes of mourning and of being haunted by the past.

 

Four of Wands –   doesn’t stop at meaning the married couple and the family; it goes on to be any human organization – neighborhood, city, county, state, nation, organization or company, public building, headquarters … whatever. It has political overtones but its illustration is a society wedding which, when you think about it, is a community event.

 

Three of Cups –   One for all, and all for one – togetherness and camaraderie, sharing and pooling resources and effort, partying and having fun, celebrating the harvest. It is one of the ‘meeting of three people’ Rider Waite Tarot cards, and it is very, very happy: These people get along and trust one another.

 

Six of Cups also is about trust and togetherness in a different way. The sentimental romantic nostalgic past; children or child; a gift (the giving or the receiving); a house, particularly an old or quaint house. These meanings arise from an illustration of a little boy giving a little girl flowers in front of a large quaint estate or apartment building.

 

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.

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Tarot Readings for You for January 6, 2014 Monday©

Jan 5, 2014 by

Guidance      You as a member of the winning team or in a joint venture: You with your tribe – with the people you fit in with, the people you share camaraderie with, the people you feel are family. Trust is a must for getting things done together, making money together. And every family has to have a female, it reminds us for some reason.

 

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 from the pictures of the four cards you see – 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 thing, at the bottom).

 

Three of Wands
Four of Wands – Three of Cups – Ace of Swords

 

GROUP TAROT CARDS READING

Tell the visitors here something useful and meaningful to them.

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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

Tarot Readings: We have to hang together (Ace of Swords and Three of Cups or Ace of Swords and Four of Wands)

Tarot Readings: You Have to Share (Three of Cups and Ace of Swords)

Tarot Readings: Making Money Comes First (Ace of Swords and Three of Wands)

Tarot Readings: Females Make the Family (Four of Wands and Three of Cups)

Tarot Readings: Things That Must Be (Ace of Swords and Three of Wands)

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Tarot Readings: We have to hang together (Ace of Swords and Three of Cups or Ace of Swords and Four of Wands)
We will have to stick together, we are members of the same family.
Birds of a feather flock together as they always will, they have to.
It’s all for one and one for all like the Three Musketeers, and that’s the way it’s going to be.
It’s imperative we hang together so our group, our kind, will continue.

Tarot Readings: You Have to Share (Three of Cups and Ace of Swords)
In marriage, you have to share the house, money and your future!
We must pool our income and share the house together, which we are happy to do.
Everybody in the family has to share their income.

Tarot Readings: Making Money Comes First (Ace of Swords and Three of Wands)
Party girls make the money against the family tradition.
Income comes first if you are going to be in a good house and have a good life.
The girls are making the most money at this company.
Making the money comes first in this clan: We all do it together.

Tarot Readings: Females Make the Family (Four of Wands and Three of Cups)
The girls of the family are the ones who are going to make it.
Girls have to party if they are going to marry well. You will marry well and happily for sure.
It’s the females of the family who guarantee its future.
There will always have to be females in a family.

Tarot Readings: Things That Must Be (Ace of Swords and Three of Wands)
This is a good neighborhood of good people and we must keep it that way.
We will have to get together at her house.
Our company’s profit sharing must go on.
You gotta get married but you can continue enjoying life.


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 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.

 

Three of Wands
Four of Wands – Three of Cups – Ace of Swords

 

 

 

LEARN TAROT BY OBSERVING

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Four of Wands and Three of Cups “There will always have to be females in a family.” Now, there’s a profound statement! Those females are a necessary evil? This spread addresses sticking together as a group – a clan, family, friends or even a company – to ensure a future (survival). You read it and go “Yeah. so?” Then you remember that when populations are under attack or duress, members of close-knit groups suffer less. It’s about identifying as a member of a group or family.

Four of Wands is family or any group – from the couple to the neighborhood to the city, county, state, country and world. The illustration shows a public-occasion wedding that unites leading families. Three of Cups is sticking together as friends and sharing profits, as well as sharing life and good times being happy together. You see the camaraderie in its picture, and the fact they are toasting sharing a harvest. Three of Wands is that profit coming in. You see the ship coming in for the waiting merchant. And Ace of Swords means it must be, guaranteed, winning or ‘making it.’ The laurel wreath, we all now, means victory, in its picture.

Three of Cups and Four of Wands here mean almost the same thing: sticking together as members of the same clan, group, team or company. Three of Cups is more a personal limited group – the team – and it emphasizes sharing, being happy, and making money. It also shows women doing these things. Four of Wands emphasizes members of a larger group, and has no connotation about pooling resources in a particular enterprise; instead, it is the corporation or company.

Three of Cups and Three of Wands are about income. Three of Cups emphasizes sharing it, joint venture, pooling resources and talents in an enterprise together, and a harvest – a profit from a particular endeavor. Three of Wands emphasizes money coming in steadily like a paycheck or income stream, and it doesn’t have to be earned money. The picture suggests net profit from a continuing business.

 

HERE ARE PHRASES FOR ALL SIX 2-CARD COMBINATIONS

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     Four of Wands and Three of Cups Females make the family. We are members of the same family; we stick together. Birds of a feather flock together. It’s all for one, and one for all, like the Three Musketeers. We hang together so our group, our kind …. In marriage, you share the house, the money …. Pool our income and share the house together, which we are happy to do. Everybody in the family shares their income. Party girls … the family tradition. In a good house and have a good life. The girls at this company are making money. The girls, at this company …. (The girls of the family.) Making money: In this clan, we make money together. The girls of the family. Girls party to marry well. You marry well and happily. It’s the females of the family who …. … females in a family. A good neighborhood of good people. *Get together at her house. *Company’s profit sharing. *Get married and enjoy life.

Four of Wands and Ace of Swords We have to hang together. We have to; we are family. Have to flock together. It’s one for all, and that’s the way it’s going to (has to) be. It’s imperative our group, our kind …. In marriage, you have to …. Have to __ the house. We must __ the house. The family has to. Against the family tradition. Comes first if you are going to have a good house and …. The most … at this company. __ comes first in this clan. Of the family ‘make it.’ Have to __ to marry well. You marry well for sure. … of the family who guarantee __. Have to be in a family. Have to be __ in a family. A good neighborhood, and we must …. Have to __ at _ house. Our company must. Our company’s __ must. Got to get married.

Four of Wands and Three of Wands We will … we are family. They always will. Birds of a feather will always. It’s one for all and that’s the way it’s going to be. Our group, our kind, will continue. In marriage, your money and your future. Income and the house. The family income. __ make the money _ the family tradition. Income … if you are going to be. Income … a good house. Going to have a good house. *Making money at this company. Making the money in this clan. Of the family are going to …. Going to marry well. You will marry well. The family’s future. The __ of the family who __ its future. Always be __ in a family. A good neighborhood … keep it that way. Will __ at __ house. Company’s profit. Company goes on. Company’s profit goes on. Married, and continue. Married, but you can continue __.

Three of Cups and Ace of Swords We have to hang together. You have to share. We have to stick together, we are members of the same …. Have to flock together. Like the Three Musketeers, and that’s the way it’s going (has to) be. It’s imperative we hang together. Have to share. Have to share the money. Must pool our income and share, which we are happy to do. Has to share. Party girls make the money, against …. __ comes first … you having a good life. The girls are the most …. The girls are making the most money. Making money comes first: We do it together. The girls make it. Girls have to party. Happily, for sure! It’s the females who guarantee. Have to be females. … of good people, and we must …. (*Good people must ….) *We have to get together. Sharing must. Our __’s sharing must. Gotta … enjoying life. Gotta enjoy life.

Three of Cups and Three of Wands We will stick together. We will flock together. It will be like the Three Musketeers. We hang together so we will continue. Share money and your future. Pool our income, which we are happy to do. Share their income. *Party girls make the money. Income .. you are going to have a good life. Girls are making money. *We make money together. Making the money: We do it together. The girls are going to …. Girls party … going to …. (Girls are going to party.) Will __ happily. It’s the females who __ the future. Will always be females …. Good people, and we will keep it that way. *We will get together. *We will get together with her. Our sharing goes on. Continue enjoying life.

Ace of Swords and Three of Wands Making money comes first. Things that must be. *Will have to. Always will; have to. That’s the way it’s going to (has to) be. It’s imperative that … will continue. Have to __ money and your future. Must __ income. Has to __ income. Make the money against __. *Income comes first. *Making the most money. *Making money comes first. *Going to make it. Have to … if _ going to …. *Will for sure. Guarantee its future. *Will always have to be …. Must keep it that way. Will have to …. *Must go on. Got to continue …. Gotta, but you can continue ….

 

LEARN TAROT BY PICTURES

 

Four of Wands is the group – family, a couple, a neighborhood, a party or organization – all the way up to a country or international corporation, or, say, race. Illustration shows the wedding of leading families.

 

Three of Cups is sticking together and sharing a good life. It becomes ‘the women of the family’ next to Four of Wands. They are sharing the profits equally and happily.

 

Ace of Swords uses very little of its few meanings here. It means have to or must or imperative, guaranteed, ‘make it,’ ‘comes first,’ and those are about it. Illustration shows a sword crowned with the victory garlands. The upraised sword means force, where we get the ‘must’ or ‘you have to,’ the imperative.

 

Three of Wands The future, money coming in. The merchant’s ships are coming in, and is sees them with his very own eyes. He waits; they will be here.

 

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Our Daily Spread for Mar. 3, 2011

Mar 3, 2011 by

Rider Waite Tarot Spread

He wonders why women all are happy to get married, when it is so dangerous

Three of Cups
Seven of Swords, Seven of Pentacles, Four of Wands

Sharing risk/Insurance:
There may be some glitches shared by all the members.
What if the risk is shared by the family members?
Family members seem happy to share that risk factor.
The girls’ club invested on a long shot, a questionable company
The girls share the profit from investing jointly in a long shot – a shady company.

What if everyone in the organization/company shared the risk?
Which company would share that kind of risk?
Maybe be a corporation to share the risk.
The married girls pooled their money for an ill-advised risky venture.
The women made money on a company that is a risky venture.

Crime Perspective:
We are all happy living together in this house but there may be a thief among us.
I wonder whether those girls are members of a crime family.
He considers ways to steal a woman’s house.
Maybe he can break into the house where the girls live.
That seems to be a dangerous place for women.

Did they share the proceeds when the house was broken into?
The girls may live in a dangerous neighborhood.
Is this criminal going to marry his girlfriend?
The girls doubt anyone will break into their house.
What danger do women pose to the Establishment?

Everyone in organized crime seems to be sharing a good time.
That company is so profitable, it may be breaking the law.
Is that a ‘house of ill repute’ where the girls are?
How could women from such good family break the law?
Are all these happy girls from a crime family?

Romantic/Cheating Perspective:
Married women suspect he cheats.
Why is it dangerous to date girlfriends at home?
The girlfriend seems to have tricked him into marrying her.
Can he get this girlfriend he is dating to his house to seduce her/fool around with her?
He figures the women he dates are all out to marry him.
He wonders why women all are happy to get married, when it is so dangerous.

Is someone sneaking around the girls’ dorm/house?
Those women/this girlfriend may wreck the family.
If he sneaks out of the house, it is to party with the girls.
He may sneak out of the house to be with the girlfriend.
He dates dangerous women and may marry one.

The women of my spouse’s family seem to think I did something wrong.
The party girls live there, and guys think up excuses to sneak over there.
So why is it dangerous to marry a partying girlfriend?
So why can’t she share a happy married life with him cheating?
Girls are so happy to be at that place, there must be something wrong with it.
He cheats on his marriage, the women share him, he figures we’re all happy.

Women Hang Together:
He suspects the girls in that building hang together for some sneaky reason.
Women all get together, they have something in common and are happy: What are they plotting?
The girls of the family seem to get their way at our expense.
I suspect this women’s organization is up to something.
How dangerous can an organized bunch of broads be?

Real Estate Perspective:
This house that women all like may have a hidden defect.
How can he get women to be happy living in this criminal community?
Women enjoy living over there in that development: How can I sabotage that?
Everyone in that neighborhood seems to be happy in spite of its hazards.

I could go on, too. Why so many sentences for this particular set of cards? Two main reasons: (1) All of them have several classes of meanings and (2) None of these meanings exclude the others’ phrases.
When these two things converge, the possibilities are endless and, in a real reading, interpretation is based on the question … which we don’t have here. (Always remember: The question is at least half of the answer, just as the Questioner is at least half of the reading.)

The first card is the ‘spoiler,’ but isn’t much of one in this setting. That Seven of Swords doesn’t have any support for its darker meanings here. Organized crime (with the Four of Wands for ‘organized’) is about it. (Well, you could say ‘I wonder whether the government assassin was a girl’ or ‘Did he really kill the girl(s) in that house?’ but how applicable is that here?) Anyway, today the Seven of Swords is a thief, a risk, a hazard, is sneaking or ‘up to something,’ is tricking or outsmarting type of thing. It also means dangerous, which combines with the Four of Wands as ‘dangerous neighborhood.’ See how a crime family can make a dangerous neighborhood?

Next we have the Seven of Pentacles, who casts doubt. That is just about his only job. He wonders, he ponders, he is ‘iffing’ all over himself too. Then comes the Four of Wands, a place, building, house, home, marriage, a group of people – so ‘organization’ and ‘neighborhood’ comes in there.

Lastly is the Rider Waite Tarot card that means girls, party girls, girlfriend(s), women together, sharing, pooling money, and having a good time. Now I invite you to put these pieces together and make up stories of your own.

Advice? Whatever the risks are, there’s enjoyment of life to be had. Cast doubt on the risks, get together with your own kind, celebrate and enjoy life. If you are looking at houses to live in, especially if you are female, there may be hidden defects in the one that appeals to you most.

Meanings and Illustrations:

Seven of Swords: This is the criminal, the thief, the assassin even. He is a lowlife, not a politician. Or, more likely, we are talking about outsmarting or getting outsmarted, tricking into or being tricked into. This is the creep who gets past your defenses and makes off with a piece of you. I don’t like him next to girlfriend and marriage here! His illustration, in Rider Waite, shows a fellow hotfooting away with the weapons from the enemy camp, disarming the enemy. So, yeah, he is ‘out to get’ some people.

Seven of Pentacles: His job is to ask ‘Really?’ He is a question mark – often literally instructing the reader to put the message into question form. He often calls up ‘I wonder’ or anything that means to speculate. Illustration is him wondering whether he is going to get cucumbers from his garden, which is unknown because you can’t tell the gender of the plant, and it is one of those that doesn’t produce unless both genders are close by.

Four of Wands: Marriage makes family, family is the first unit of community and government – all of which is about organization. (If we weren’t born into families, would we make governments? – I wonder about this, myself.) This Rider Waite Tarot card expresses the connection by showing a wedding of prominent families, which is a community gathering. So the mansion also expresses a headquarters of a power center, and an organization itself.

And then comes Three of Cups, which, as I have been saying, is sharing, the Three Musketeers, pooling money, having a good time together, partying, girlfriend, girlfriends, women together and an investment that pays off. Illustration shows three happy women celebrating the payoff of their joint venture, a farm.

Rider Waite Tarot Spread

An announcement to people who are fearful about being paid: Money is coming

Judgment
Nine of Swords, Six of Pentacles, Two of Wands

Money Comes In:
Just when all is lost, the return on the investment comes in.
Surprise! You worried about paying the bills and now you have financial security.
Money worries have you not sleeping, and then you are well off again.
The new phase of your life is about being secure and having so much money it worries you.
You are upset, but financial recovery is coming.

Suddenly, after all that anxiety, the financial outlook is solid.
A recovery is coming, you will get the money you deserve that you were afraid about.
You worry about getting your money back: It will be in your hands.
An announcement to people who are fearful about being paid: Money is coming.
They are scared: Tell them they will be paid.

Repaying, Re-funding:
Re-funding pensions is a concern.
Worry about paying for it again in the future.
Anxious to pay into the pension again.
Afraid to put money in that bank again.
Paying this is such a strain but it means financial recovery.

Financial Litigation:
The judgment in the anxiety-producing litigation gives you total control.
Getting back control of the assets in court is a sure thing, just worry about the expenses of it.
The scary part is paying for the expenses of the recovery.
You will collect the money you are aggrieved in court.

Criminal Litigation:
He was afraid justice would be done, that the verdict would be ‘premeditated.’
Justice is going to be done for sure in this upsetting story.
A fearful judgment/Information will be served upon this person.
His time is coming; he will pay; he will be sorry.
They will have to pay such a big fine in court it will be awful news.

Other Perspectives:
A financial plan is redone, based on really scary news.
Told him to treat you right or he would be very sorry.
Revives his/her fears of being paid so much he/she is well off.
In really horrible times, this investment returns money.
This is financial news: People spending money based on fears for their future.

Themes galore here. Money is Six of Pentacles and Two of Wands. Justice and litigation are Six of Pentacles and Judgment. And ‘Here come that spoiler card, the Nine of Swords.’ After Mr. or Mrs. Spoiler Card are, respectively, receiving money, having financial security, and recovery. So this has to be all about finances and mainly about money coming in for financial recovery. “There will be a whole new phase of paying all those bills you worry about,” says this spread. So, advice is to relax about this anxiety. This has been quite a theme on this blog lately.

Meanings and Illustrations:

Nine of Swords: You again! Worried, up nights crying, not sleeping, scary fearful horrible anxieties, huh? Also being sorry. Illustration still shows the dude or dudess up nights crying or in pain.

Six of Pentacles: Paid in the right amount, receiving what one deserves (whether money or karma). Often paying the bills, or getting a paycheck. Illustration shows an employer paying his laborers who really need the money seeing as how they are on their knees wearing patched clothing.

Two of Wands: It’s that same guy who pays his laborers exactly to the penny, wearing a different hat, standing on his roof overlooking his real estate domain and making financial plans for more profit, yet more financial security … a bankster, no doubt? So his card means all those things: money, money, money and a good future. Also to put the sentence in future tense.

Judgment: Anew. Again. Recover, revival. Re- anything. New phase, new life. A picture of the resurrection, the angel with the trumpet (Big news, announcement). Surprise!

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