Holiday stress, in all its permutations, is starting to hit me hard. Thus, I’m hitting the ground running with this one.
The Ten of Clubs is considered by most hoodoo cartomancers to be a “wrap up” card. It is the last words at the end of what ever sentence the querent asked you to finish by doing a reading for them. In general it indicates a satisfying closure or completion. The querent has finished the race and his or her perseverance will pay off with good fortune. The Ten of Clubs is a happy card and I have found it to be the very bright spot in an otherwise difficult reading on more than one occasion.
In situations where the querent is adamant that they have nothing to complete, this card may indicate unexpected money – even wealth. Some practitioners call it the “lottery card” and a few of those will even go so far as to advise their querent to get out and gamble on this card’s recommendation. I personally would never go that route; it’s a good way to have an angry customer at your door the next morning. I usually tell the querent to keep their eyes open for unusual sources of income, like a side job or a craft or interest that they can turn into a money-making opportunity. It just seems more sensible than hurrying them off to Vegas or asking them when that rich old relative is apt to pass on.
And now, I’m off to get more done. Appréciez votre Vendredi ~
Header: The Fortune Teller by Jean-Honore Fragonard