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.
US GP – How did I do last time?
Due to circumstances beyond my control, I was unable to do a reading for the USGP so I can’t say.
Astrologically speaking, With the Sun, Mercury, Jupiter and a retrograde Venus all in Scorpio, paranoia will run rampant in the paddock and things best left buried may come to the surface.
What can we expect to see from the Mexican Grand Prix?
Mood for the weekend – Eight of Swords
What to look out for – Ten of Coins
Outcome – Ace of Coins
Mood for the weekend: Eight of Swords
On the card, Brienne of Tarth is sitting under a tree imprisoned by swords, her sword; Oathkeeper is outside, just out of reach.
The suit of Swords represents the element of air as well as logic, communication and challenges.
Traditionally this card is all about feeling trapped, possibly by circumstances you made and blaming those circumstances on your problems instead of trying to move forward. I have a feeling that this is a feeling being felt up and down the paddock, Seb believing the WDC is over and done with, even though there is a slim hope he can still be successful.
Dan believing that his luck can’t get any worse, or can it. Esteban believing that all he has left is a test driver role. However, they can break out of this, the wall of swords encasing Brienne can easily be broken so she can escape, but it’s easier to sit there and wail, “Woe is me”. Seb, Dan and Esteban have to gather what strength they have left, break out of the self-imposed prison, grab a sword and yell charge, if they want to, that is.
What to look out for: Ten of Cups
On the card, a table is ladened with food for the wedding feast of King Joffrey and Margaery Tyrell. Ten coins bearing the sigil of the House of Tyrell decorates the backdrop to the table, which shows who really paid for the wedding.
The suit of Coins represents the element of earth, which is turn shows us this suit also represents, career, family, money, home, garden, the material things in life.
This card show us that all your hard work will start to pay dividends, all the money and prestige you worked hard for will make you comfortable, the love you have for family will blossom and you will live in comfort and love for the rest of your days. Personally, I think this is showing Lewis will win his 5th WDC this weekend. Unless Seb takes the advice of the first, card and doesn’t give up the fight.
Outcome: Ace of Coins
On the card, a coin is held in a pair of hands, it is the iron coin Jaqen H’ghar gave Arya Stark as a guarantee of safe passage to Braavos and the House of Black and White.
The suit of coins (or pentacles) represents the element of earth; this in turn shows us the material world, home, money, family, career and the actual earth.
Aces are a chance to sow seeds and nurture them into success. Now is the time for lot of teams to start work on next year’s car, so now that the WDC and Constructers Championships are pretty much in the bag a lot of effort and resources are being diverted into next year’s projects.
This card has appeared a lot over the season and a lot of the time it has pointed to Silent, Invisible Partners in teams and it still could, a lot of teams are still courting sponsors, so stand by for sponsorship announcements this weekend.
Don’t give up is the underlying message of the first card, there is still points available for Seb to stop Lewis winning his 5th WDC this weekend, if he wants to, but the second card seems to think Lewis’ winning is a foregone conclusion. The final card seems to back this up by suggesting that everyone else has given up and is concentrating on development for 2019.