Page of Pent-r, 6 of swords-r, 5 of cups-r and 3 of swords in tarot journey

  • March 16, 2020, 12:35 p.m.
  • |
  • Public

Page of Pentacles:
A youthful figure, looking intently at the pentacle that hovers over his raised hands.
Divinatory meaning: Application, study, scholarship, reflection. Another reading says news, messages and bringer thereof- also, rule, management.
Reversed: Prodigality, dissipation, liberality, luxury, unfavorable news

Six of Swords
A ferryman carrying passengers in his punt to the further shore.
Divinatory meaning: Journey by water, route, way, envoy, commissionary, expedient.
Reversed: Declaration, confession, publicity. One account says that it is a proposal of love.

A dark, cloaked figure looks at three prone cups; two other cups stand upright behind him. A bridge is in the background.
Divinatory meaning: It is a card of loss but something remains; three have been taken but two are left. It is a card of inheritance, transmission, and patrimony. It may be a card of marriage, but not without bitterness and frustration.
Reversed: News, alliances, affinity, ancestry, return, false projects.

I’m function over fashion so prodigality and luxury have never really been a thing.... in fact I think they are more a thing of NOW with having a home of my own and such.....
I have nothing to declare or confess..... that I’m aware of....
Future.... alliances… ancestry… um sure, everyday?

Lastly, It’s over. There is only one card remaining so I’m doing it today too.....

Three of Swords
Three swords piercing a heart, cloud and rain behind.
Divinatory meanings: Removal, absence, delay, division, rupture, dispersion, and all that the design signifies naturally.
Reversed: mental alienation, error, loss, distraction, disorder, confusion.

Reomoval, absence, delay..... I’ve been apart from this whole COVID-19 thing being on vacation.... honestly I don’t feel like I’ve had to deal that much with it other than seeing FB on meme and worry overdrive.... and that trip to WM the other day....

No comments.

You must be logged in to comment. Please sign in or join Prosebox to leave a comment.