Almost surprisingly, it is Friday once again. I’m not complaining at all but it has certainly been a week at my house and so much seems left at frayed edges, unattended to or only partially done. Perhaps, like Scarlett O’Hara, I’ll think about that tomorrow.
It’s time to look again into the divinatory means of common playing cards. We’re still on the suit of clubs and we’ve gotten to number three. Let’s see what we have.
The three of clubs usually has to do with solid planning paying off. Very much unlike the two of clubs, this card indicates that hard work has been attended to in a timely manner and the querent is reaping the fruit of their labor. Depending on who you are reading for, this could mean anything from a new job to a promotion to a part in a play. Less frequently, but as an alternative you should keep in mind, it may point to a marriage with excellent material (though not necessarily good romantic) prospects. In this case your querent may be a gold digger and he or she has snagged Daddy Warbucks.
Multiple means of one card are so common as to be universal. As you practice cartomancy, you will get a feel for what not only the cards but the person you are reading them for is telling you. A lot of it will, of course, be non-verbal. Watch and learn.
Vendredi heureux ~
Header: The Fortune Teller by Sarah Baselici; see more of her work here