Rants Of The Raven/ Weekly  Tarot 

I am two days late posting this I apologize I have been a busy Mystic. This read is for the week of 6-9- to 6-15

Past Present And Future

Card 1 The Past = The Chariot

You have some hard work ahead of you. It may be resolved quickly, but the Chariot is a powerful card, and the labor you are undertaking will probably trend towards long and difficult. You will quite possibly experience rough roads, long uphill slopes, dead ends, and painful setbacks. A good outcome is only assured if the card is upright, but do not let yourself lose hope: This hard road will instil in you a strength of purpose, the ability to overcome through organization and endurance, and the confidence possessed only by those who have done what they thought they could not. Harnessed correctly, few forces can stand against an individual like that.

Card 2 The Present = Knight Of Pentacles

The Knight of Pentacles symbolizes the virtues of patience, honour, and dependability, and his presence in your spread may indicate you, too, possess these traits. An alternative traditional view is that he represents a young man, a dependable bearer of good news who will soon enter your life.

Card 3 The Future = The Hermit

There are times in every life, when one must step back and make a careful examination of their situations and decisions. Finding the Hermit in your spread suggests this is just such a time for you. You are in need of a period of inner reflection, away from the current demands of your position. This retreat can be physical, or a search within. Only a deep and honest introspection will lead to a solution, however.

The week is going to start rapidly take heed of this read be The Hermit and take some Me time at the end!

~RavenwinD~

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