Archive | June 2012

Eye On the Prize — Wee Daily Three

Today’s pull is telling me that I am on the right track, but that more work is needed to ensure the success I am looking for.

Cards:

Rule 1 – Red is good and Black is bad:

B, R, B – A temporary truce or rest.  Do not let your guard down; appearances can be deceiving.

Rule 2 – Suits:

C, D, C – Much work but only little profit.

Rule 3 – Numerology:

4, 9, 10 – Stability (4), Changes (9), Ends (10)

Rule 4 – Card Definitions:

4 of Clubs – Goals on firm footing; A desk; The Country; Plodding along; Boredom at work

9 of Diamonds – Change in financial status, usually for the better; Creature comforts, finery; On rare occasions, fame

10 of Clubs – A great deal of work to do, work piling up; Completion of a practical project; Achievement in general; Journey by air

Outcome:

Practical goals and workings for a better financial status (9D) are on a firm footing (4C) however, there is still a great deal of work to be done (10C) so don’t take your eye off of the prize!

With two clubs in this draw, the cards are telling me not to forget that lots of work –often boring and tedious– is required in my current task. I am on my way to my first “Spiritual Development” class today, and this is a good message for me to keep in mind!

Feeling Disheartened — Wee Daily Three

I am posting this late today, responsibilities at home got the best of my day!  As for the message in the cards… I can only wonder!  I haven’t had much news of anything today.

Cards:

Rule 1 – Red is good and Black is bad

B, R, B – A temporary truce or rest.  Do not let your guard down; appearances can be deceiving.

Rule 2 – Suits:

S, D, S – A troubled purse.

Rule 3 – Numerology:

9, J, 8 – Changes (9), Youth and/or Messages (J), Thoughts or Ideas (8)

Rule 4 – Card Descriptions:

9 of Spades – Change for the worse; The Seeker’s wish will not come true; Disappointment; Injury

J of Diamonds – A fair youth or a youth of privilege; A message concerning money

8 of Spades – Negative thoughts or attitude; Oppression or feeling oppressed; Gossip; Gang or unruly group of people; War

Outcome: 

A disappointing (9S) message concerning finances (JD) will leave me feeling disheartened (8S).

Great News — Wee Daily Three

Today’s wee daily three promises long-awaited good news that leads to positive changes, I can’t hardly wait!

Cards:

Rule 1 – Red is good and Black is bad:

B, R, R – A problem will be solved, things will steadily improve.

Rule 2 – Suits:

S, H, D – An emotional (H) problem (S) is successfully (D) overcome.

Rule 3 – Numerology:

4, 9, 2 – Stability (4), Changes (9), Exchanges (2)

Rule 4 – Card Definitions:

4 of Spades – Instability; Uneven temper; Exhaustion; Speeding ticket

9 of Hearts – Change of heart; The “Big Wish” card*; Change for the better

2 of Diamonds – Money changing hands, A message; An invitation

Outcome:

A long-awaited (4S) message (2D) concerning something near and dear to the heart (9H) ushers in positive changes that I have been hoping for.

*The 9 of Hearts (9H) is the “Big Wish” card in most cartomancy systems.  I remember my Mom telling me that anything that was wished for “known or unknown” would be granted.  You can decipher more closely the nature of the wish by looking at the cards that fall near to her.  For wee daily three pulls I use it in a more general way, she still tells me that a good thing is coming my way, just not in the large-scale way that you would see in a more detailed draw.

Happy Returns — Wee Daily Three

Today’s wee daily three is interesting to say the least!  Sometimes, they don’t make any sense or relate to me at all…

Cards:

Rule 1 – Red is good and Black is bad:

B, R, R – A problem will be solved, things will steadily improve.

Rule 2 – Suits:

S, H, D – An emotional (H) problem (S) is successfully (D) overcome.

Rule 3 – Numerology:

2, 2, K – Exchanges (2), Exchanges (2)*, Men and/or Power

Rule 4 – Card Definitions:

2 of Spades – Arguments; Conflicts; Separation

2 of Hearts – Love; Relationships; Marriage

K of Diamonds – A fair man or a man of financial means; Financial power to pay for things

Outcome:

A person (Court Card – KD) from who you have been separated (2S) returns to the marriage (2H).

*Note – Take notice of the double twos falling together, this can indicate things (good and bad) coming in pairs!

Profits on Hold — Wee Daily Three

I’m noticing a trend with the cards; great mornings descend into struggles in the evenings.

Cards:

Rule 1 – Red is good and Black is bad:

R, B,B – A fair beginning steadily worsens and turns foul.

Rule 2 – Suits:

D, S, C – A financial (D) problem you will work out of (C), but slowly (S).

Rule 3 – Numerology:

7, Q, 10 – Troubles (7), Women and/or Truths (Q), Ends (10).

Rule 4 – Card Definitions:

7 of Diamonds – A troubled purse, profits down; Clairvoyance and foretelling

Q of Spades – A woman of dark coloring; a woman in a position of authority; An unpleasant truth

10 of Clubs – A great deal of work to do; Work piling up; Completion of a practical project; Achievement in general; Journey by air

Outcome:

An unpleasant message (QS) about a practical project (10C) that is affecting profits (7D) or not receiving profits, profits down (7D), until the completion of a project (10C).

Funny, I got a call from my brother this morning about a familial real estate transaction that is up in the air.

Unexpected Trouble — Wee Daily Three

I could’ve done without this draw today, I can only wait and see how it all unfolds!

Cards:

Rule 1 – Red is good and Black is Bad:

B, B, B – Trouble, trouble, and another dose of trouble.

Rule 2 – Suits:

S, C, C – A lot of work (C) is needed (C) to overcome a problem or troubled situation (S).

Rule 3 – Numerology:

9, J, Q – Changes (9), Youths and/or Messages (J), Women and/or Truths (Q).

Rule 4 – Card Definitions:

9 of Spades – Disappointment; Changes for the worse

J of Clubs – A practical youth; Message of a practical matter

Q of Clubs – A business woman; Truth of a business matter

Outcome:

Today’s daily draw points to unexpected troubles and disappointment (9S) that will require an  understanding of practical (JC) truths (QC) to overcome.

This is a tough draw for me; Court cards don’t always represent the actual people described by their traits. I use the traits mainly when setting aside a “querent” card for a reading.  Also, when I see Jacks and Queens (or any Court) of the same suit falling together it often indicates a surprise or unexpected action.  Coupled with the 9 (Changes) of Spades (Troubles), it tells me to be on my guard because anything could happen today!

A Helping Hand — Wee Daily Three

Sometimes it’s not always about me, me, me!  Today’s wee daily three is a good example of such…

Cards:

Rule 1 – Red is good and Black is bad:

R, B, B – A fair beginning steadily worsens and turns foul.

Rule 2 – Suits:

H, C, S – An emotional (H) problem that you will work out of (C), but slowly (S).

Rule 3 – Numerology;

7, 8, 2 – Troubles (7), Ideas and Thought (8), Exchanges (2).

Rule 4 – Card Definitions:

7 of Hearts – A troubled heart or emotional problem

8 of Spades – Negative thoughts or attitude; Feeling oppressed.

2 of Clubs – A helping hand; A doubling.

Outcome:

A helping hand (2C) with an emotional problem (7H) that stems from one’s own negative thoughts or feelings of oppression (8S). 

I was stumped with these cards this morning, I am feeling very well and my thoughts are all unicorns and butterflies!  I did however; get a call from a girlfriend who needed a little assistance with an ongoing emotional issue she is experiencing.  Right on, Wee Daily Three, right on!

Another Argument — Wee Daily Three

Wow, maybe I should think twice about publicly posting my daily card draws, these little pulls are about airing the little “discussions” my husband and I always have concerning finances at the end of the month!  Anyway, let’s get started.  I’ll break it down into worksheet format like I did yesterday so that you can see the entire flow unfold.

Cards:

 

Rule 1 – Red is good and Black is bad:

R, B, B – A fair beginning steadily worsens and turns foul.

Rule 2 – Suits:

D, S, C – A financial (D) problem that you will work out of (C), but slowly (S).

Rule 3 – Numerology;

10, 2, 6 – Ends (10), Exchanges (2), Paths (6).

Rule 4 – Card Definitions:

10 of Diamonds – Financial independence; Closing a deal; Large sum of money

2 of Spades – Arguments; Separation; Conflicts

6 of Clubs – Steps towards a business goal; Learning

Outcome:

Another argument (2S) about a larger financial issue (10D) that, with a little effort (6C), will be worked out.

This draw is, again, a reflection of yesterday’s issues surfacing again. For me, cards will come up over and over again until the issue is resolved.  In yesterday’s case, I had paid the utilities twice. Today, I forgot to pay the car payment.  Thank goodness for 24-hour internet banking, with a few button-pushes, all was right in our world again! Here is a great example on that little “not always” with red being good and black being bad that I talked about in an earlier post.  Clubs ending a trio aren’t really or always that bad, it just means that a little work will need to be done to resolve the issue.

Another possibility for these cards could point to a physical separation (2S) due to business (10D) travel (6C).  However, this outcome really doesn’t resonate with me right now!

An Argument about Finances — Wee Daily Three

I thought that I would try today’s draw in the form of a worksheet.  I used to write every reading out like this, it really helped me to tie everything together.  After awhile, you will find that you don’t need to do this anymore because your intuition kicks in and the messages start to flow through automatically.

Wee Daily Three Worksheet

Cards:

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Rule 1* – Red is good and Black is Bad:

R, B, B – A fair beginning steadily worsens and turns foul.

Rule 2 – Suits:

D, S, S – Finances (D) are moving in the wrong direction (S) and goals feel out of reach (S).

Rule 3 – Numerology:

K, 3, 2 – Men or Power (K), Growing things (3), Exchanges (2).

Rule 4 – Card Definitions:

K of Diamonds – Man of wealth; The power of finances, to pay for things

3 of Spades – Loss, Problems adding up

2 of Spades – Arguments; Separation; Conflict

Outcome:

This one is pretty clean cut, an argument (2S) with my husband (KD) about the state (3S) of our finances (KD).  I did find out this morning that I over-payed a few utilities (oops, it happens).. not that big of a deal.  He won’t be too upset, I don’t think!!

*These rules are based on the HedgeWytch Method found archived here.  The original website in no longer up, this is the best I could find!

Fun with Social Media

So I’ve been spending a large amount time the past few days not only setting up this blog, but trying to set up and publish through various social media outlets with varying degrees of success.  Twitter has suspended me, apparently because it doesn’t like the way RSS automatically updated two -count ’em- two of my blog posts to my Twitter feed and now I can’t get the “push” feature in WordPress to work with Facebook.  Fun times!!

An Enthralled Seeker!

So, I am going to take the rest of the day off, get a good meditation session in, do some readings for my cat, and hopefully some of this stuff will work itself out by tomorrow!  🙂