Our Daily Spread November 26, 2012 Monday©

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Guidance   “Hypocrisy is the homage vice renders to virtue” is a saying (an aphorism).  Success in this world, or getting ahead – whatever you want to call it – is greased by having a reputation or image of credibility … Dare we say it? … morality!  A man who wants to be Somebody had best marry himself a Lady of Unimpeachable Virtue … even in this Age of Debauchery.  And a woman who wants to get ahead the easy way, still in this Age of the Aggressive Female, had best be Ladylike.  At least, that is what Tarot is talking about today.



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High Priestess Two of Wands Chariot




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Headings [So you can choose which belongs to you]

*Tarot Readings: He Commits for a Purpose of His Own (Chariot + Hierophant)

(a) He Commits to the Other Woman

*Tarot Readings: The Traditional Passive Lady (High Priestess + Hierophant)

*Tarot Readings: She Gets Ahead Traditionally (High Priestess + Chariot, Hierophant)

*Tarot Readings: Secure Successful Woman (High Priestess + Two of Wands, Chariot)

*Tarot Readings: About a Vehicle or Car (Chariot)

*Miscellaneous Tarot Reading


Tarot Readings: He Commits for a Purpose of His Own (Chariot + Hierophant)

*He is ambitious to be respectable and be stable because of her, the lady.

*He chooses a lady he will have a normal stable future with.

*This lady is the safe choice.

*His plans to get ahead include a very respectable lady.

*He plans to use her good credit to his advantage.

*He plans to succeed and be entitled to a lady like (you/her).

*He chooses this lady to commit to. He chooses to commit to you, Girl.

*She will always be the passive female so he can be the typical hard-driving male.

*He aims to be an average Joe who always has the same lady at home.

(a) He Commits to the Other Woman

*He chooses to commit to the Other Woman long term.

*He is so orthodox, his choice is you being the Other Woman and him keeping his assets (his real estate).


Tarot Readings: The Traditional Passive Lady (High Priestess + Hierophant)

*She is wise enough to wait for him to make the future the way it should be.

*He is in charge – and not she – of things being as safe as they should be.

*She knows for certain his intentions are good.


Tarot Readings: She Gets Ahead Traditionally (High Priestess + Chariot, Hierophant)

*Spiritual religious woman has a life plan and purpose.

*She chooses to be on the safe side, she manages her own security.

*She will always deliberately establish herself as the quiet type.

*In order to get ahead, she will behave morally.

*For a long time, she has chosen to live a nice peaceful life alone.

*Her good name is an asset when it comes to getting ahead.

*She is a quiet and stable person with very real and practical ambitions.


Tarot Readings: Secure Successful Woman (High Priestess + Two of Wands, Chariot)

*Being moderately ambitious brings her financial security.

*Her plan is based on what she knows, and she will accomplish it in the real physical (mundane) world.
*With her expertise and her degree [education level], she is secure and successful.
*Yes, she has a plan for the future based on what she has accomplished in the here and now.

*She is secure in the knowledge that she has established herself as a successful person.

*Intends to establish herself as an expert in real estate.
*Being vested in a pension is the traditional strategy.
*She successfully establishes herself as an expert in finance or banking.
*She is in control of her future; she chose the safe way.


Tarot Readings: About a Vehicle or Car (Chariot)

*A dependable car that suits an average gal.

*She owns the place she lives in, and has title to that vehicle too.

*Yes, her vehicle will pass inspection.

*She will get her car in good repair.


Miscellaneous Tarot Reading

*Knowing what is going to happen in the real world, you succeed.





High Priestess Two of Wands Chariot








All four of these cards, in Tarot Verbatim™, are foundational, and we have no specific action.

Both Two of Wands and Chariot are forward-looking strategy, taking charge, success and power. Two of Wands is financial security and planning for future profits, which embraces banking and pensions – and real estate ownership. Chariot is project management, success, the ability to get the job done using all factors, including the disadvantages, to its advantage: ‘tacking against the wind’ in nautical parlance.

High Priestess is spiritual expertise, knowing, the lady, staying in place (or staying home), waiting, being an expert or knowledgeable or educated. It stands for the receptive or passive pole or position.

Hierophant is orthodox or traditional or established, mainstream, conservative, ordinary, decent, religion, the usual or accepted (whatever), the physical or mundane or ‘real’ world, safe, establish, average, official (whatever), title or certificate, passing or accepted, good (as in good repair, good name) … is the way things should be and the official story presented to the public by people and their institutions.






  High Priestess
   Two of Wands

High Priestess represents the feminine, or receptive, principle in occultism – the idea that if you are active in one area (plane), you are receptive or passive in another. This is what her meanings have in common: the lady, passive, deeply knowing and yet inactive, insightful … and waiting, staying in one place.



Two of Wands When we have power and assets, we have an overview that allows us to plan a profitable future for ourselves. Our illustration shows a bankster atop his mansion’s roof looking down at his real estate kingdom, planning how to wrest more dollars from it than last year.



Chariot In the driver’s seat, you control the direction, you are in charge of the project, you are successful and responsible. The skilled charioteer was the ‘special op’ of ancient times. Of course, this Rider Waite Tarot card can refer to any vessel or vehicle.




Hierophant The face or official story … like the difference between Sunday School and the professional theologians’ perspective. Like the difference between the face you present to the world and who you really are. Like the slippage between mundane physical reality and what is really going on in our affairs.












I N S T R U C T I O N S & Explanations (Comments are below this.)


Did you come here just for your predictions? – If so, you are done when you finish reading the sentences of Group Analytical Tarot Cards Reading.

Each Tarot sentence is a literal-interpretation reading of the scenes pictured on the four cards you see. Only what each of the cards says – phrase by phrase – no fillers – no psychic ability used. The readings are about you and the people around you.  They are about today and the days around it. Tarot, all by itself, talks to you. This is a demonstration of that .

Tarot will address any group flexibly, as it does here of ‘all the visitors.’ (It can address ‘all the people at work who have a say in my raise,’ for instance, without you knowing who or where those people are.)

Horoscopes are group readings too.

Astrology has to be based on someone else’s birth data, though, so it does not solidly apply to you just because of where the sun was when you were born. (Astrologers know this.)

Emily wants to know whether these sentences are more accurate for regular visitors than for people who have come only a few times. Would you help with a comment, if that is who you are? Please?

Without a question to focus the answer, four cards can mean contradictory things,  especially when the Spread has a card that means ‘no, never or not.’ That negative modifier can apply to any one of the cards.

Without a question also the pronouns (you, him, her, me, us, them, they, etc.) 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.  Notice how, as much as possible, we drop pronouns, which makes for some awkward phrasing.

The question in a ‘real’ individual reading supplies at least half the information! In a ‘real’ reading, the parties are identified (including the gender of the questioner!), and so is the time frame if there is one. In this group reading, we cannot do that, so we have variety.


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*Go to Learn Tarot by the Pictures.  This is the meaning of each separate card.  This is how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in this Spread.

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Our Daily Spreads for August 27, 2011 Saturday

Aug 27, 2011 by

Advice is about the Wife,  the Other Woman,  a divorce and financial security.  It tantalizingly reads any way.  I put it here because it is probably talking to someone!  So I put down another spread hoping for something cheerful.  Fat chance!  The next spread is one of the most dismal I ever laid down!  So you can skip today’s!


Is this the first time you come here? Well … what to do:

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, if there is one.

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

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!


Three of Swords

Two of Wands,  High Priestess,  Queen of Wands




Divorce,  and the Wife living alone in her own house.

Two women –  the Wife and the Other Woman –  feud.

Divorce,  and the Other Woman will be his wife.

He breaks up with the Other Woman and marries (you).

She is against being a married woman because,   all by herself,  she is financially secure.

*She is averse to using the house she lives in as an asset.

Divorced woman stays in Mother’s house.

She is married but plans to divorce.

She will stay at her divorced girlfriend’s house.


Now,  Part Two,

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*Go to Meanings and Illustrations: Observation of the Spread section below. This tells about the combined four pictures in the Daily Spread – the pictures above here. It explains how these four cards get together to mean things.

*Go to Meanings and Illustrations: Individual Rider Waite Tarot Cards. It is what each of the four cards, by itself, has to say. It describes how that illustration makes that card’s meanings in this Spread.

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Like I wrote in Advice,  there’s financial security,  Two of Wands;  the Other Woman,  High Priestess;  the Wife,  Queen of Wands;  and Three of Swords,  divorce.



Two of Wands is financial security,  and ‘asset’  in a banking sense –  hence using the house as an asset when Queen of Wands owns a house.  It also means a plan.  The illustration shows a banker type guy planning his real estate kingdom below,  standing on this finished roof with the whole world in his hands.

High Priestess means plenty of other things besides the other woman,  but in this spread that’s it,  other than she is alone and  ‘she stays.’  She is pictured in Rider Waite as sitting alone,  standing for the passive female principle.  Why she represents the other woman,  I don’t know. I got the meanings by asking questions I knew the answer to and that is what came out.  Perhaps it’s the ideas combining of being alone and sitting, suggesting waiting?

Queen of Wands is being the Wife and the woman who owns a house today.  In her illustration,  she sits alert on a nice solid throne with a flower in one hand and a big stick in the other.

Three of Swords today is limited to divorce or to being against,  averse,  to.  It means hurt and heartache too. The stylized heart with swords going through it and storm clouds behind says it all.

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Our Daily Spread for Feb. 18, 2011

Feb 18, 2011 by

Rider Waite Tarot-2-18-11a

Don’t doubt, the outlook is great if you just wait

High Priestess
Four of Cups, Seven of Pentacles, Two of Wands

Don’t doubt the outlook is great if you just wait.
Wonder whether she will refuse the plan?
Not doing anything, letting them wonder what will be.
She is secure enough to be quiet and not speculate.
If there is a plan, she is not doing anything about it.
You will not be able to question the expert.
You can’t ask her what she will do.
When you know, you don’t wonder about the future.
She knows the future and keeps it secret.  Why is she refusing to say?
It seems she will refuse.
Does she know this isn’t going to be?
A lady will not ask or will not speculate.
Wonder why the lady isn’t going to.
Will not be speculating about spiritual things.

Well, again we have messages that are cryptic (puzzling) and not about any particular subject.  We start with refusal, then wondering, then plan/future/security, then the woman who knows/waits/does not do anything – which also means expertise.  Hope this means something to someone!

Meanings and Illustrations:

Four of Cups: Pictured is someone who doesn’t want any of that.  Arms crossed, legs crossed, head averted as the disembodied hand offers (him) one time after another. It often means refuse.  Imagine that.  It also means various negative words like ‘don’t’ and ‘not’ that go along with shutting something out or turning something away.

Seven of Pentacles: In the Rider Waite Tarot pantheon, the story illustrated is this fellow wondering whether his cucumbers are going to produce because cucumber is one of those plants that need both genders to bear.  So it means, wonder, speculate, or question – including the idea to put the interpretation into question form.

Two of Wands: Is he a banker? He stands on top of the skyscraper with the world in his hands, contemplating plans for the future of all those buildings he owns. Future, financial security, instructions to put the reading into future tense.

High Priestess: She knows and does not act.  This meaning grows out of occult background of the first four cards:  The Magician means to act and not know.  Anyway, we have ‘deep knowledge,’ expertise, expert, a woman who stays or sits there, as well as a passive stance or approach.  It also relates to the mental or spiritual plane.  Quite often it just means ‘her.’

Rider Waite Tarot-2-18-11b

She takes wonderful care of him, he loves her more and more

Queen of Pentacles
Eight of Wands, Ace of Cups, Wheel of Fortune

Love Perspective:
She takes wonderful care of him, he loves her more and more.
He tells her he loves her and rewards her for caring for him.
Texts his love who makes such good things happen for him.
She provides many opportunities to be loving.
Talented woman has many chances for true love.
She gives him many chances, she loves him.
Her love is rewarded many times over, she is giving.

Business Perspective:
She invests more and more money:  This is an easy profit.
Everything was eased when her money made it happen.
Her talent makes it easy to get a quick payoff.
She has a lot of money, more and more, and no harm is done.
Opportunities flow to her because of her abilities.
Many people love her for her wonderful contribution.
Things come easy to her, she is lucky and has much to offer.
She loves them all and provides them opportunities.
She is lucky, money comes to her easily.

Well, here is the love.  A woman who cares for others, cares for her man, is rewarded with lots of love.  A talented woman is rewarded with lots of opportunities and money.  What more could you want?  How simple and lovely can it get?  Her man is as loved by her.  The first card means ‘many,’ ‘more and more’ as well as messages, talking and ‘quickly.’  The second is the true love card which also means such things as ‘easily.’  The third is a grand opportunity, getting lucky as in hitting the jackpot.  And the last is the able talented generous woman who has money and/or manages her man’s money, and takes care of him, cares for him.

Meanings and Illustrations:

Eight of Wands: This first card means ‘many,’ ‘more and more’ as well as messages, talking and ‘quickly.’  It also means ‘tells’ as well as written messages.  It suggests things coming to a person.

Its illustration shows one after another pole flying in the air, looking like lines on a page.

Ace of Cups: In the Rider Waite Tarot deck, this is the true love card which also means a flow, no harm or harmless, easy or easily, and Divinity.  The ‘easy money’ meanings arise from its combining with the Wheel of Fortune.

The illustration suggests that a person who channels the Holy Spirit or presence of God (symbolized by the dove and the wafer that is the Sacrament in the Catholic churches) has bodily health and serendipity, and is a blessing to his/her environment – hence ‘God is love.’  All good and no harm comes to such a person and from such a person.

Wheel of Fortune: Happening, coincidence, luck, opportunity, the word ‘wonderful,’ reward, profit, chances, as well as destiny/karma. Her as both the woman who has money and the woman who is generous (Queen of Pentacles) combining with the Wheel of Fortune suggests both money/opportunities coming to her, and her providing money/opportunities to others.

The illustration shows the wheel of destiny, the four symbols that represent the creative process in occult lore on it and various magic critters around it.  It’s all about chance, happenings and hitting it right.

Queen of Pentacles: She is the woman who has talent and money and who contributes and invests money for her man and/or for others, and who is generous.  She is a powerful woman.  She is not handing that money over to any fool, she is judicious.

Her illustration shows her with money (the symbolic pentacle/coin) in her hands, looking at it appraisingly.  Around her is verdant growth.  She sits upright and is very well dressed.

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