3, 2020
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Card 5
Best Outcome
King of Cups

Card 10
Final Outcome
Three of Swords

Card 6
Immediate Future.
Two of Swords

Card 1
The Present.

Card 3
Distant Past.
Ten of Swords

Card 9
Hopes and Fears.

Card 2
Immediate Challenge.
Eight of Cups

Card 8
External Influences.

Card 4
Recent Past.

Card 7
Factors Affecting Situation.
Four of Cups

Card 1: The present.
    This is the calm after the storm, after major change you need some time to relax and find balance again. You have a good character with self-control, carefulness, even tempered and patience. It is a card that is predicts well being and good health. It is a time for healing and getting back on your feet. A life in balance and moderation. In a relationship this card predicts a harmonious phase when you get along and come to agreements. You kiss and make up. If you are single this points to a time when you need to find stability and balance in your love life, heal old wounds. It may predict that you meet a person that you get along with very well, a person who feels like a soul mate. In matters of work this card predicts a time when you feel good about your work, you've found something that really works for you, you get along with fellow workers.
Eight of Cups
Card 2: The immediate challenge facing you.
You will often pull a difficult card here, which will indicate an obstacle that must be overcome. When you pull a "good" card here, examine it carefully because it will still represent a challenge.
    You are fed up and move on. Finally you came to your senses and made a choice to leave for a brighter future somewhere else, with someone else. You may be rejecting material things for the sake of feeling good emotionally the sake of feeling good emotionally. You see a higher purpose in life and may even reject success. The focus in this card is on emotional relationships and ties that you may break and leave because you are disappointed and feel like moving on.
Ten of Swords
Card 3: Distant past, foundation.
This card should indicate the root of the subject matter of the question.
    You've hit rock bottom, the positive is that it can only get better from here. You are burned out, totally exhausted, there is nothing left. There is ruin, loss and failure. In a relationship this card often predicts an end to the relationship, there is not much more to build on. In matters of work this card stands for failure and loss, you might get burned out. If you are single this card can predict that your situation is turning from the better soon.
Card 4: More recent past, including events.
This will indicate events taking place, not necessarily directly connected to the question. For example, if a love affair going wrong Card 3 would show the root of why it is going wrong, whereas Card 4 will show something that recently happened to reflect this. You could see this as a "check comment" card - a way of seeing that the reading is sound.
    The ultimate decision, you will have to take full responsibility for your actions, the truth is out and you see things clearly. A reawakening that force you into a personal inventory, look at yourself and your patterns more closely, what you need to change. In a relationship this card tells you it is time for a change or let go. If you are single it might be a good idea to look at your own fault in why you are not in the position you would like to be in. In matters of work you need to make a decision if your job is worth the trouble or if it is time to move on.
King of Cups
Card 5: The best that can be achieved.
This is directly related to the question. Note that this may not necessarily gel against Card 10 - it depends whether you are able to get the best. However, a negative card here probably means that it is worth cutting your losses rather than putting any more effort into the situation.
    A strong and powerful man that knows how to handle relationships and emotions. He is safe and supportive, a good healer, a loving husband and father. He is sensitive and intuitive, a good listener and a good counselor. This card may indicate that your "Mr. right" is entering your life.
Two of Swords
Card 6: Immediate Future.
This indicates events in the next few days or week(s). This reading does not cover months.
    The two of swords represent a stalement. A difficult decision need to be made and you might try to gain some time by stalling. You don't really know what to choose, which way to go. This card also stands for a temporary truth in arguments and fights. There is a need for balance. In a relationship this card represents a time when emotions are blocked and decisions needs to be made about the future course on the relationship. If you are single, you might have to decide between people who are interested in you. In matters of work this card stands for choices that you don't necessarily want to make.
Four of Cups
Card 7:Factors or inner feelings affecting the situation.
Compare this against Card 1 in order to understand underlying forces/trends. If there is conflict between them this tends to indicate that the querent is going in the wrong direction.
    This is a time of solitude and contemplation that we all need from time to time. You are not ready just yet, to make any kind of decision or take action. You need a timeout in your relationships that brings you down at the moment and to refocus, by turning your focus inward to what you want and need. This card can also predict that you are not satisfied with the outcome of things and feel a bit depressed about it, feeling sorry for yourself, and that is alright, when you feel better you will look at it differently, right now you need some peace and quiet, and to be left alone.
Card 8: External influences.
People, energies or events which will affect the outcome of the question and are beyond your control.
    This card is mainly about transformation and change rather then physical death. This card is a release not a burden. It is time for a change and it is for the better, don't try to work against it, go with the flow instead. Something ends and makes way for new beginnings. In a relationship this card often predicts the end of the relationship, but it might as well predict a big change in the relationship where you both work at your problems and leave problems behind. If you are single, this card predicts a major change in your love life; you might finally let go of the past and moves on, released and opening up for a new relationship further on. In matters of work you might be leaving one job for another.
Card 9: Hopes or fears around the situation.
This may produce a card that confuses us badly. Always bear in mind that hopes and fears are closely intertwined, therefore that which we hope for may also be that which we fear, and so may fail to happen. Sometimes it is useful to draw a second card for clarification after the reading has been laid, and to read the two together.
    This card is about soft control and taking charge of a situation by understanding and being patient. It shows great courage, acceptance and passion. This card represent inner strength, you have learned to control your emotions and can now rise above them for the greater good. You see the bigger picture and understand how important determination and endurance is. A strong power from the soul. This card also represents self-improvement, good health. In a relationship this card shows that you are determined to make things work even though it may be rocky times. If you are single it shows that you rather be on your own then with the wrong person.
Three of Swords
Card 10: Final outcome.
This is a fairly self explanatory card. However it is worth saying that if the card comes up somewhat ambiguous, once again it may be worth drawing three extra cards to clarify. These should be interpreted through the lens of Card 10. So if the card drawn is the Tower and we draw the Ace of Cups, Princess of Cups and Four of Cups in a reading about a relationship, the Tower would indicate that it is time to move on. The Ace of Cup suggests that a new relationship is promised with better things ahead. The Princess of Cups brings new love (and possibly pregnancy). The Four of Cups shows deep levels of contentment and happiness, and many options for progress.
    This is a card filled with pain and agony especially when it comes to relationships. This card predicts break-ups, hurt, disappointment, quarrel, divorce, separation and sorrow. In matters of work this card predicts loosing a job, being forced to leave, being forced to change town or profession. In a relationship this card show lovers t apart, either by distance or by quarrels. If you are single you might not get the one you've hoped for.


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