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.
How did I do last time?
I can’t say yet as it’s more of a long-term reading, although, the signs are there.
Astrologically speaking, the moon moves into Aquarius, this could see some unpredictable emotions, maybe someone who is usually even tempered and placid turning the airwaves blue.
What can we expect to see in the Belgian Grand Prix?
Mood for the weekend – The Magician
What to look out for – Ten of Cups
Outcome – The Devil
Mood for the weekend: The Magician
On the card, Petyr, Littlefinger’ Baelish is standing in front of a red shelving unit, in the shelves are all the symbols of the suits, the sword is represented by the Valyrian steel dagger used to try and kill Bran Stark. Also shown is a Raven, the symbol of messages and the necklace used to frame Sansa Stark for the murder of King Joffrey.
This is a Major Arcana card, its message is important to this reading.
The mood for this weekend is one of optimism and warning. The Magician card is saying that you have all the resourses that you need to succeed in your plans, so now is the time to start putting your plans together, everything is aligned, so now is the time to make the magic happen, however.
The Magician is a trickster too, hence the fact he is portrayed by Littlefinger in this deck. Be aware of someone promising you the world and promising to make your dreams come true, they are hanging on to your coattails and using you to make their own plans come true, as soon as they have used all that you have, they’re stab you in the back. The essence of this card I believe is, you have everything you need to get your plans in motion, just be careful about who is offering to help you, they may be asking for more than you are willing to give
What to look out for: Ten of Cups
On the card, ten candles flicker in the Stark family crypt.
The suit of cups represents the element of water, which in turn shows intuition and emotion.
This card represents family values, a happy home and being thankful for a happy home, but it also comes with a warning, don’t believe in fairytales, this may not be the Happy Ever After promised to you.
The family in this case is obviously a team, a happy team that gives off family values to which you are truly thankful, but is it everything you want to believe or is there something not quite as you want to believe, a little too good to be true.
The Stark family were happy, believed in all the fairytales of being honourable will keep you safe, will help you out of trouble, but they soon found out this is not the case in the world, they were decimated by the people who they thought were friends. So be aware, the fairytale may not live up to expectations and the wicked Stepmother (or Father) could plot your downfall.
Outcome: The Devil
On the card, we see Ramsey Bolton in his torture chamber standing behind some chains and in front of two burning torches.
This is also a Major Arcana card.
This card is all about unhealthy attachments, obsession, addiction, all the things not good for you but you don’t want to give up, even though you know you should, you can break the chains binding you.
If this card is backing up the last one, you could be feeling that you owe your team something, they’ve nurtured you, given you everything to get where you are now and you’ve delivered everything they’ve expected, but now you think it’s time to move on, but breaking those chains is more difficult than you imagined.
You believe you have made some Faustian deal with the team and it’s impossible to break it, this is not the case, you can walk away, yes, there may be a loss of reputation or money but you can ride this wave and leave with your soul intact, if you want to.
You may believe you’re too weak or they have you over a barrel, you need to be strong to break those chain, you’ve always believe you’re strong, now is the time to show it, walk away, you will feel better for it in the long run.
Carrying on from last time, someone is looking at walking away from a team or the sport, but it’s turning out to be more difficult than you first believed. You have everything you need at your fingertips to make that move away from the team, but second thoughts are plaguing you, someone you thought was a mentor or friend is plotting your downfall.
The family element of your team is suddenly not the fairytale it once was and the deal you made in the beginning is looking a bit more Faustian than it once did.
All this is saying you may feel trapped in this deal; everything you believed was working in your favour is slowly turning against you. You don’t have to stay here, you can leave, it may cost money or reputation, but your soul and morality will still be intact, what is more important.