This week in Tarot 4 Tyson…
- The Past – Five of Wands
- The Present – Three of Cups (reversed)
- The Future – Three of Swords (reversed)
- The Outcome- Temperance (reversed)
First off, Happy St. Patrick’s Day Mr. Tyson! I say this to you as I drink a Sunday brunch Mimosa which is not heavy on the juice if you know what I mean? Oh wait it’s Dr. Tyson isn’t it? My apologies Mr. Dr. Tyson.
Second off, I am sorry for your recent defeat. Seems like you did not heed my warning about the Knight of Pentacles or perhaps you did heed my warning and other resources were obtained instead? Regardless, I did advise for you to keep things one on one with the Queen. Tsk. Tsk. It would seem that, as far as the opposing party is concerned, teamwork for them has certainly paid off (2) unless this is actually depicting my friends and I drinking our Mimosas? Sometimes, who can tell? As right now in the other room there are three ladies drinking and celebrating over past victories, but on a day like today who isn’t getting sloshed right?
However, it’s seems like there was a passionate conflict recently and judging from the Three of Cups, that shows three maidens toasting, any presence of victory or accomplishment was not in your favor. This becomes even further exemplified by the Three of Swords which shows us a heart that has been pierced by three swords. This could indicate confusion and loss as a result of the conflict (1) with the three women depicted (2), as the three swords found in the heart, may have, in fact, been dealt by the three maidens. Unfortunately, the finally card, Temperance, shown in a reversed position, does not indicate balance or a favorable resolution at this time.
Looking at this spread, I would advise that you reflect and gather your resources because the women involved (2) seem to currently have the upper hand. In light of this, you should make yourself a Mimosa and enjoy your St. Patrick’s Day. Cheers Mr. Dr. Tyson! *sips*
Neil DeGrasse Tyson, is an American astrophysicist and science communicator. He is currently the Frederick P. Rose Director of the Hayden Planetarium at the Rose Center for Earth and Space and a research associate in the department of astrophysics at the American Museum of Natural History. – (Wikipedia)
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