Friday, May 15, 2020

In case you've landed here directly without knowing what the heck is going on, read the instructions below. 

If you're a pro at this, then pick your card(s) and scroll down for the reveal and card meanings.

Weekly Pick-a-Card Instructions: You will first see an image with the backs of the cards at the top of the page as well as what deck I'm using. Close your eyes (obviously don't be driving while you do this), take a deep breath and focus on a situation in your life that you would like some insight into. If you don't have anything specific in mind, you can simply say (or think to yourself): "What do I need to see right now that I am not currently seeing?"

Then open your eyes and look at the image of the backs of the cards and choose either one, two, or all three cards - whatever calls to you. Once you've done that, scroll down that page to see the reveal and the card meanings.

All interpretations are going to include some or all of the deck's card meanings from the book that came with it. This is done because I will have no way of knowing what question you've asked and I have found that a straight meaning from the deck's book is the most accurate in those cases. I also use many different Oracle decks in addition to Tarot and in those cases it only makes sense to use the meanings that come with the deck.

Card Meanings:

Card One (Left): 

2 of Swords:  

Peace will be restored, but the truce will not be permanent because the issues are not truly resolved.  The querent will handle his or her opponents effectively and his or her relational problems will improve.  There will be a positive settlement of any legal disputes.  If well aspected and the querent does not have a partner, then a new partnership may be coming.  If s/he does have a current partner, this card suggests that the relationship will reach a new level of contractual commitment.  

Card Two (Middle): 

7 of Pentacles (Reversed):

The querent is simply unsatisfied with the results of his or her labors, and bogged down by considerable financial commitment. If poorly aspected, the querent may resort to subterfuge in order to alleviate his or her plight.  Despair underlies the querent’s actions, and his/her compensation for personal lack of fulfillment is to compulsively STOP others in their endeavors (especially those who are more content  ) and make them wrong.

Card Three (Right):

10 of Wands:  

Beware!  This is a time of stress, oppression, and suppression from unexpected sources.  There may be a challenging encounter with suppressive philosophies coming, or else a confrontation with an older person who fiercely objects to the querent’s current purposes.  The querent is assuming responsibility for situations that are out of his/her reach.

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