This week in Tarot 4 Tyson…
- The Past – Page of Pentacles
- The Present – The Hermit
- The Future – The Wheel of Fortune (reversed)
- The Outcome- The Moon
Here we go again Mr. Tyson. Where I pick out cards based upon who you are and your life. Oddly the four cards shown above jumped out of the deck in a four card group! Who am I to say that these are not the cards for you? Obviously they were destined to be!
I hope that you had a good and Happy Thanksgiving and that you didn’t overeat as many of us do. The holidays are always full of food, good times, and family drama and I trust that yours was not that much different?
The Reading: In the beginning of the spread we see the Page of Pentacles, standing tall and analyzing a single pentacle. The text tells of scholarship and reflection and with its monetary, materialistic, and earth based quality as prescribed by the Pentacle we know that this can also pertain to security. However, with the presence of The Hermit card, being seated in the present, I would say that the Page of Pentacles in this reading is more playing a role of scholarship and reflection than anything else, but scholarship and reflection of what we must ask ourselves? Given the nature of card we have to wonder if this reflection is concerning matters of money, but as we look at the rest of the spread we are seeing a theme of reflection (1), wisdom & loneliness (2), change (3), and more reflection (4). Or perhaps that’s me? The moon always makes me feel reflective, but the text regarding The Moon card tells of hidden enemies, darkness, terror, deception, and error. I suppose when we look at the card we see two animals being enamored by the Moon as a lobster emerges from the water behind them. It may be best that in the following week, for you to not look to the stars as much, but instead keep your attention more rooted on what’s going on around you as there are great changes afoot (3) which could seemingly emerge out of nowhere. Bright Blessings Mr. Tyson!
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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