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Reading for June 17, 2014

Today’s card is from the

Tarot of the Journey to the Orient by Lo Scarabeo

Also known as the Marco Polo Tarot. Created by Riccardo Minetti, Severino Baraldi

Three of Swords

Three of Swords

A young boy tiptoes into someone else’s richly colored tent. Dressed a red robe and shabby trousers, he is barefoot. His face is a mask of fear as he passes a basket at the entrance. Does the basket contain snakes? Is there a trap in the tent? The boy doesn’t know. He only knows that he’s afraid.

No one likes this card. Doesn’t matter what deck it is. Everyone hates it. Why? Because this card is all about facing the pain in life – no illusions, no excuses, no running away.

Take a good look around you. Is everything really hunky dory? Are you inadvertently causing someone else pain? While you may love to get up a jog a 5 am every morning, is your door slamming or car alarm beep bothering the shift worker next door?

Yeah. That.

Add in a healthy dose of Mercury Retrograde and you’ve got yourself one giant misunderstanding that can lead to all kinds of heartache and more bad karma that you can balance in a lifetime.  And it’s all in the name of “but I didn’t know!”

Well here’s your sign. Let’s all take a moment. Take a deep breath and take a look around. You may not be able to come right out and ask if you’re ruining someone’s life –  but you can see the signs. Watch for body language, tone of voice and above all, no one talking to you about how awesome your day was.  Take some that awesome and see if can make someone else’s day brighter.

 It’s a tough card to get through today – but you can do it!



Reading for December 9, 2013

Today’s card is from the The Waite-Colman Smith Deck

Wheel of Fortune – X

Wheel of Fortune


Modeled after the wheel of the goddess Fortuna, an engraved wheel sits in a blue sky with gray clouds in each corner. The letters on the wheel  “T-A-R-O” and  Hebrew letters ” י-ה-ו-ה,”
(usually transliterated as YHWH (Yahweh)). The symbols on the wheel represent the four elements: Earth, Air, Fire and Water. The four winged creatures in the corners of the card, represent the symbols of the fixed signs of the Zodiac: Leo, Taurus, Aquarius and Scorpio (The Lion, the Ox, the Man and the Eagle). Each creature peruses an open book. A representation of the god the snake-like Typhon descends on the left side and Anubis is seen rising with the wheel on the right. Above the wheel sits a Sphinx-like half-human attired in an Egyptian-style headdress.

Pat Sajak and Vanna White? No. It’s much worse that.

This is the card of roller coaster transformation and reversal of luck.  Prepare to have your world rocked – hard. You can’t control what’s happening. So don’t try to fight it. Something completely random has happened and the Spinning Plate  music has started.  What did I tell you? Pay attention! Don’t try to fight or control it.

You can’t. 

You can control how you respond to the madness. When things seem to be spinning out of control, keep your seat belt on and pop some Divine Gravol. Use your head to make the best decisions. Yeah, “find your center’ seems kind of cliché, but it fits here. The center of the wheel  has more stability that the edge. You’re still moving… but the ride’s a bit smoother. Find the place where you can plant your feet or hold on and just go with it.

When the monkeys escape in the circus? Its better to have bananas than a whip to get things back in order. And when things are back in place? When the merry-go-round stops? You’ll find that you’re not Monkey Wrangler #32, anymore. You’re the Ringleader.

You’re gonna be a winner – if you keep your head, your cool and your lunch down :-)