This week’s Tarot Forecast is as ambiguous as a hero in a Japanese cartoon.
We start with the King of Cups. Have you ever heard the expression “my cup runneth over?” Well, the King of Cups is the card for whom the cup is made to run over. His Serene Majesty has it all, and not a care in the world. Here, he’s inverted. In this instance I get the sense that his cup is running over because it’s tipped over and everything is pouring out of it, rather than it being overfilled. Look for some setbacks on the road of life—maybe some air gets let out of your tires, if you get my drift.
The Eight of Cups is a natural follow-up to that sort of happening. The Eight is a card of searching, of spiritual quest. Whatever it is that gets lost in the first card, the loss causes a reassesment and refocusing. A diligent attempt to restore what is lacking.
The final card indicates success on the surface. We’ve seen the Seven of Coins before. Look closer. He’s got a lot of stuff. Whatever you lost, you’ll find it, or something comparable to it, if you look. …But that is not a comfortable load, and it’s about one stiff breeze away from spilling all over the road. After the first two cards, this one is saying, “be careful what you wish for.”
So to recap, if something falls out of your life this week, ask yourself “did I really need it?” before you dedicate yourself to finding it again.
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