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 weekends Grand Prix at Imola.
About @reefgirl3 – A Tarot reading knitter, with a love of cooking and loud music. I love my garden, my daughter and my partner, I love science fiction especially Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy, Star Trek, Star Wars and Babylon 5. I’m a big fan of F1, Wintersports and Cycling. In other words I’m an all round geek.
What can we expect to see in the Imola Grand Prix?
Mood for the weekend – King of Swords
What to look out for – The Emperor
Outcome – Eight of Swords
All the cards have people with swords on them, two are brandishing them, one is trapped. Suggesting, someone is ready for a fight and someone else is feeling trapped.
Mood for the Weekend: King of Swords
On the card, The Night King stands in the Fist of the First Men brandishing a scimitar.
The suit of swords represents the element of air which in turn shows us logic, communication and challenges.
This is a card of logic, intelligence, assertiveness and authority.
A mature mind and calm, analytical intellect will do well this weekend, it is not a time for emotional outbursts. Precise communication, ethical behaviour and professionalism is the key to success this weekend.
What to look out for: The Emperor
On the card, Jon Snow Brandishes his sword Longclaw against a grey, cloudy background.
This a Major Arcana card, it shows that the meaning of the card will have significance, now and in the future.
This card says it’s time to think logically and rationally about your situation, you need rules and structure to guide you this weekend.
This card is also saying there is a need for stability and order, chaos is something that bothers you immensely and you’ll do anything to avoid it. This card is very similar to the previous one so, there is a big need for logic and stability this weekend to do what needs to be done and not let emotions get in the way.
Outcome: Eight of Swords
On the card, Brienne of Tarth sits beneath a tree, she is surrounded by eight swords that look like they are imprisoning her.
This is a card of the feeling of being trapped and limited.
Someone is thinking there is no way out of this situation that they find themselves in, weakened by circumstances or by worrying about other people’s opinions of you, these limitations are usually self-imposed, you’re being imprisoned by your own victim mentality. You need courage to break out of this feeling of being trapped, do you enjoy telling the world there’s nothing you can do to get out of the situation you’re in?, do you revel in the sympathy your plight generates? Is it just easier to complain that actually get up and do something to change this situation (I wonder who this is, answers on a postcard please) This person needs to get off their arse, stop feeling sorry for themselves and get back in the fight, this is make or break time, if they don’t break out of this victim mentality, they never will after this weekend, all is lost.
Two different situations for two different people, someone is going to have to think carefully, make some very precise plans and call on all their courage and steely determination to win this weekend and not let their emotions overwhelm them (Charles? Carlos?).
At the other end of the scale, when things don’t go to plan, someone will sink into a victim mentality and blame outside forces for their failure (Lewis? Max?) They need to break out of the feeling of being trapped in a mire of failing machinery and actually call on their driving skills to get the results they need; it must be done this weekend or they’ll never break down the walls of their own making they’ve built up.