This is the big picture. Brexit has now become a juggernaut loaded with constitutional dynamite, and chaos is the alternative to delivering on the referendum result of I have to give this forecasting thing a go, though, because divination is my line of work, and whether I get it right, or I get it wrong, so that I have to go back and figure out how and why I got it wrong with the benefit of hindsight — still, I will learn something, even if I have to fall flat on my face. I have done a number of readings around Brexit.
It is not going to be business as before, however this works out. And let us trust, it will be before each and every one of us is rendered utterly and completely…. I may be asked about anything in a reading and cannot prepare in advance. I can only prepare to respond. If I draw cards ahead of a reading and ask, what am I going to be talking about with this person later on today, I will generally have some idea that for example, this will be about a job, a house, a relationship.
This feels like a worry about children, or a pet, or money. How could I? I shuffled and drew two columns of three cards each, asking to be shown money cards. I always state a question to myself during shuffling. I may do it silently, but this is my way of consciously directing what is ostensibly an entirely random and unconscious process, pulling cards from the deck.
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The Nine of Swords speaks of past losses, or worry. The Sun is success, also travel and sometimes children. The Page of Swords represents a good decision, and also in concrete terms, a young person below the age of 25 who will often be an air sign subject: Aquarius, Gemini or Libra. The Page of Swords is all about learning. Option B drew the Star card, new ideas, a new vision, and oddly enough, this card is THE card of Aquarius again …the daughter, embarking on teacher training.
Then we had the Eight of Cups —a card of moving on and finally, a happy, nostalgic card of old haunts, children and childhood, the Six of Cups. Six is the number of family and community. Six is the number of schools, colleges, schools, hospitals, charities and public parks and other spaces. This signal of security meant he was not going to go wrong either way, despite the fact he was slightly concerned about the possible financial effect of Brexit.
Would the UK leave? The Eight of Cups This card indicates yes, after a long hesitation or delay. I saw no loss associated with the choice of Option B either, but just as with Option A, there was no explicit money card, and again I drew an extra card and drew the Five of Wands Reversed. This card is about volatile markets and did not suggest a loss, but nor did it offer an advantage over the Six of Coins drawn against Option A.
He was intrigued. It emerged that he had already made his decision, but wanted to see if I would concur and based on what reasoning. My comments supported his own assessment and what he gained from this, he said, was external corroboration, and with that came a sense of greater certainty and clarity. But being forewarned you may find a way to ring fence the risk.
Tarot for business. This is not simply about raw physical Strength, or bodily courage, but nerve, fortitude and grace under pressure. The lady controls the lion, but the touch is light. This is a card of self-control. King Hood protects the pride. The Lionesses hunt to feed the pride, working as a team. Hunting is dangerous for the hunter as well as for the prey. The lion does not kill for pleasure. Only for necessity. Any injury sustained during hunting can mean a slow and painful death for the lioness. It is time to say farewell to the season of the Zodiac Crab for another year, ushering in the season of the Lion.
Tarot card : The Chariot see how it is like a shell? Control, progress, teamwork, and the harmonizing of different elements. It was also seen as a crayfish by the Greeks, and in ancient Egypt, a dung beetle. Cancer, Latin for crab , is in a dark region of the sky, and is the faintest constellation in the Zodiac, with only two stars above the fourth magnitude: Acubens The Claw and Al Tarf The foot.
Cancer is visible in the Northern Hemisphere in the early spring, during March at 9 PM and can be seen in the Southern Hemisphere during autumn. It was also called the Crayfish in classical astrology, and in Egyptian astrology, The Scarab.
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Its newest name is The Beehive Cluster because seen through the telescope it looks like a swarm of bees, but to the naked eye it looks like a small, fuzzy patch of light -or a tiny cloud floating through the stars. The stars of the Beehive were all formed at the same time, from the same cloud of gas and dust around million to million years ago, making them four billion years younger than the Sun.
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Pliny used this group of stars as an indicator of wet weather, and said that when Praesepe was not visible in a clear sky, snow or heavy rain or even violent storms were on the way. These are just opaque enough to block out the light of the Beehive.
Cancer is associated with the Twelve Labours of Hercules after he went mad, mistook his wife and children for monsters and tragically killed them. His twelve great labours were performed in token of penance.
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The second of his great challenges was to kill the Hydra, a terrible water serpent but his enemy, Hera, who had always hated him as an illegitimate son yet another one of her husband Zeus, sent a crab to harass him while he fought the serpent. The crab faithfully did its best, nipping Hercules again and again, but he stepped on it and crushed it, or in other versions of the story killed it with his club. Hera rewarded its loyalty and tenacity by placing it in the heavens, but she placed it in a dark portion of the heavens, and gave it only faint stars.
Crabs like dark, quiet places to feel safe and at home. However, its placement is as spiritually significant as it is shy and retiring, both as the highest point in the zodiac, nearest to heaven, and the messenger of the summer solstice. Cancer is the fourth sign of the Zodiac and represents those born between June 20 and July It is considered a water sign, and is one of the four cardinal signs, which are the signs indicating a change of season when the sun makes its annual passage into them.
Cancer is all about the shoreline, and tides, monthly and annual, the moon and the sun. The sign of Cancer, ruled by The Moon, is a cardinal sign, herald of the seasons, announcing the arrival of summer in the northern hemisphere and winter in the southern hemisphere. Of course there is no such thing in reality as THE Cancer personality.
This is simply an archetype. Cancer stands for both mother and father. It is the zodiac sign of the nurturing parent. Tough outside. Off spring must be defended, dangers must be driven back. Cancer typically relates well to babies and small animals, all wild things. The empty nest is rarely easy for any parent but can be total anathema to the Cancer parent. Cancer is the sign of hearth and home, and expanding this; tribal identity and ancestral legacy, historical, cultural and genetic.
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It is the sign of memory, nostalgia, sometimes regrets, and a longing to return to happy childhood haunts- maybe even a rock-pool. Cancer is highly intuitive, sensitive, receptive, and keeps its cards close to its chest, not so much deliberately, and as a matter of strategy, but because reserve, reticence and secrecy is what comes naturally to the Cancer subject, just as it does to the living creature.
Still waters run deep. Cancer sees and hears, but does not speak. Decisions may be based on reasoning that is neither obvious nor apparent to other people, but is driven by a gift for lateral thinking, originating solutions to problems from angles that others have not considered. Prescience is not omniscience. Tarot cards are used to facilitate divination via a language embedded in their imagery. Generally this means that they allow a reading of the present situation with hints about the past or present in respect of the continuum.
The puzzle of this, and not infrequently the wonder, is when the reader is reading for complete strangers, knowing nothing or little of them, or their present circumstances. Sometimes the cards enable forecasting or sudden leaps of insight, not easy to account for through the language of the cards themselves.
It is a conundrum that sometimes the future exists and sometimes it does not. As the saying goes, nothing is certain but death and taxes. But we all watch forecasts and we all make them, all the time. Experience tells me prediction is perfectly possible, beyond common sense forecasting, as facilitated through the cards. I am not saying it is easily available on tap, and others are prone to pointing out that tarot is actually a counselling tool.
Too many times, peering through the dark glass of my cards, looking into the unknowns of this or that; the future recovery of a sick pussy cat, yes or no; the return of another missing cat, yes or no; a long silence from an old friend, why the silence, and when might there be word from this friend? Would this go ahead? Would it prove satisfactory? And so on. I had to sit and play with my cards, have a look, and have a think. But when I am looking at politicians through the cards, who or what am I trying to read?
There is no direct personal connection. How am I coming at it? What am I trying to read, actually? Future headlines? So, these were the cards I drew 18 June, in respect of the candidates for PM, forty five minutes ahead of the announcement that Dominic Raab was now out of the contest for Prime Minister. The first card, the 8 Spades, denotes a stalemate, imprisonment or benighted state of affairs and this is the start point of the answer. Will it be a rehash of the Withdrawal Agreement?
The 9 Diamonds promises a tough time, with obstacles and delays, but an extra comment card is an Ace, new start while of the four Aces, the Ace of Clubs in particular refers to a new Government or a new Act of Government. The central card, the 9 of Hearts represents the crux of the answer, yes or no, and here it is saying yes, because.