Here are the results of your reading


Here's what we can tell you today about the future of your finances from the 4 cards you've just drawn

Your actions are positive, well argued and creative. Furthermore, you have realised the influence you could have over others and are managing a subtle mix of authority and moderation to good effect. Your exchanges with others, whether with loved-ones, colleagues or friends, are more rewarding. Discussions are constructive and translate easily into positive action.

You have become reliable and confident, and automatically command respect and esteem. Your creative flair is well channelled towards practical activities that will enable you to progress. You will have the wherewithal to change your life by implementing projects that are particularly close to your heart and without posturing meaninglessly. The coming weeks will be marked by circumstances that will support the realisation of your objectives, which are of prime importance in your eyes.

Your charisma will be more powerful and your ideas definitely much more structured, enabling you to convince others without too many problems and rally everyone to your cause.


Over these next few weeks, you are going to be able to makeprogress where material things are concerned!

First card: The Hanged Man

This card bears the number XII, and is represented by the image of a Hanged Man. He hangs upside-down, suspended from his bound foot. The other leg is bent across his lap. His hands are hidden behind his back, and we do not know if they are also bound or not. The Hanged Man is immobile, his body a prisoner, with only his head free. From this we can conclude that he is free to think what he wants. In spite of the problems, he is mulling things over, thinking about the situation he has found himself in. In the Tarot of Marseille, the card of the Hanged Man indirectly advises the cards' consultant not to act, meaning that it would be better to think things over rather than jumping straight into something that they might regret. The Hanged Man in essence symbolises impotence, solitude and abandonment. It represents inactivity; a lack of action that could prove to be positive in the end, as the problem can be gotten through.

Second card: The Hermit

This card bears the number IX, and on it is a hermit or a monk, making his way alone, and supported by a stick. He is an old, bearded man who could be likened to a sage. In his right hand, he holds a lamp to light his way, and a book lies at his feet. The Hermit card symbolises a moment in which the consultant finds themselves isolated, going through a crisis, and re-assessing things, for better or worse. The Hermit is on a quest for wisdom, and his lantern is there to guide him. He symbolises a moment of introspection in which memories can resurface and unveil the past; a sign that a certain stage must be reached before real peace can be found. It symbolises a period of change. The Hermit card symbolises solitude, ageing, and delay. It represents a period of difficulty, but one that is necessary to move towards the light, for the Hermit is also a sign of wisdom.


Third card: The Emperor

This card bears the number IV. The Emperor holds power. It cannot really be determined from the image on the card if the Emperor is standing or seated. This gives the feeling of a being in motion, not resting in one place. After the Fool has discovered the elements from the Magician, learnt knowledge from the Papess, and created new ideas with the Empress, he encounters the Emperor. On the Fool's journey, the Emperor represents the stage of seeing plans through into the physical world. The Emperor holds his sceptre determinedly; you can tell that he is about to act. Unlike his wife the Empress, he is not a force of creation, he is one of action. The number IV is a sign of stability. In the Emperor can be seen courage, strength, and willpower, yet this card can sometimes be a sign of tyranny and excess. It symbolises the law, and the other cards drawn will accentuate the positive or negative effects of this Arcanum.

Fourth card: The Lovers

This card bears the number VI, and on it are three people, with an Angel above their heads. Love becomes possible after the Fool obtains wisdom from the Pope. The Lovers card represents unconditional Love; love that does not judge others, but loves them for who they are, without ever trying to change them. The Lovers card also symbolises the freedom to do what we want, and moving ourselves towards what we are attracted to. The first meaning of this card is hesitation, a pause for thought. But looking deeper, we understand that the Lovers card symbolises progression, the passing from one state to another.




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