Tarot Readings for You for March 8, 2017 Wednesday©
This is an email reading which demonstrates how clearly an idea can be presented over and over with different Rider Waite Tarot cards. Four times, out of five spreads, the first card means change. Tarot is a consistent violator of the Laws of Random Distribution, I learned in lectures on that subject. To repeat the professor’s experiment, I went looking for a Tarot deck.
The Querant (Questioner) gave me permission to show you this. – Emily
Question: Financial. What is going to happen with my job?
(The final spread describes what the change is.)
Eight of Cups – High Priestess – Nine of Cups
An abrupt change, and you are stationed where you want to be.
Judgment – Moon – Fool
A sudden change for the better from whatever the big problem is, and you are free of it and lighthearted.
Knight of Swords – Six of Swords – Five of Pentacles
Suddenly the direction switches, and you are heading away from being short of money to a better situation.
and heading toward a good situation. – Six of Swords
Eight of Cups – Death – Nine of Wands
An abrupt change in the way things are going, and you’re no longer anxious.
Wheel of Fortune – Nine of Cups – Three of Pentacles
Destiny is afoot here: You dealing with people you want to be with, who do their part as a team.
“It just happens” (destiny): You are dealing with the people you want to work with, who do their part as a team.
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