For the 2022 Formula 1 season, TJ13 turns toward its resident F1 fan and practitioner of Tarot cards for her thoughts on the up and coming Formula One season ahead. Who is your favourite driver, and will they have a good season? Answers could be explained below ahead of this weekend’s Grand Prix in Miami.
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What can we expect to see in the Baku Grand Prix?
Mood for the weekend – Nine of Coins
What to look out for – Nine of Swords
Outcome – The High Priestess
Mood for the weekend: Nine of Coins
On the card, Daenerys Targaryan is in a walled garden in Qar’ath with one of her baby dragons.
The suit of coins represents the element of earth, this, in turn, shows us, career, family, money, success and the actual earth.
This is a card of enjoying the fruits of your labours, you have made it, you’ve got to where you need to be by hard work and discipline, you are self-reliant and independent, you can afford a little luxury and reward yourself for a job well done.
This can mean any driver or team but I think this points to a team that has worked hard to get so far, we all know it hasn’t been easy with the cost capping but some teams have been better at budgeting than others and now all the frugality and careful spending will pay off and this race will pay dividends. I can’t point you in any directions, but I believe a team that has taken a few hits lately will find the planets align and everything comes together this weekend.
What to look out for: Nine of Swords
Robb Stark’s direwolf, Greywind, is locked in a cell.
The suit of swords represents the element of air, this shows us, logic, communication and challenges.
This is a card of nightmares, anxiety and fear.
So at the other end of the scale we have the Nine of Swords, which is pointing at a problem that just won’t go away, it’s beginning to cause sleepless nights, the worry that it is causing during the day as you try to fix is, is causing your mind to keep churning the problems over at night. The answer is staring you in the face, you need to address it rather than avoid it. No more excuses, this is a suit of logic and challenges, use the energy of this suit to confront the problem, stop avoiding it, stop worrying about your reputation and ego, if you really want to solve this problem swallow your pride and deal with it and stop making excuses, break out of the prison or you’ll end up like poor old Greywind.
Outcome: The High Priestess
On the card, Melisandre, the red priestess stands in a doorway, one pillar is lit by a torch and the other is dark, in front of her is a brazier.
This is a Major Arcana card; this is saying that the answer it’s giving is important at this time.
This card is saying it’s time to listen to your intuition and inner wisdom, pay attention to messages from the ‘Other Side.’
This I believe relevant to both sides this weekend, those who’s plans are coming to fruition and those who’s season is falling apart, you need to have faith and follow your instincts and listen to your inner self, if the planets align, dig deeper, if your instincts are telling you something is not right, investigate, if you feel this is your time to shine, go ahead and shine. Don’t be ashamed to look at your horoscope, consult a tarot reader or astrologer (I’m always here to be consulted) We are all born with the ability to ‘See’ sometimes, even if you don’t believe, it bleeds through, don’t dismiss it, trust your instincts.
This is a weekend of two parts, it will go well for someone, the planets are aligned, fate and karma are smiling down and everything will go to plan. On the flip side, someone will find that the shit has hit the fan and nothing is going right at all, both sides of the coin need to trust their instincts and look deep inside for answers, maybe even think outside the box and seek answers elsewhere.