I’m not really one for doing daily draws with cards – a few times a week is quite sufficient for me – so for the last few days I have spent some time simply shuffling my deck and looking carefully at the cards. There are all sorts of interesting little symbols which have particular meaning and add dimension to readings. I’ve also downloaded the extended LWB from Lo Scarabeo’s site which helps to explain some of the imagery which piqued my interest. It is obvious that Paul Huson has put a huge amount of scholarship into this deck – it’s one of those where things appear in the imagery quite deliberately. It’s a fascinating trail to follow. I’ll write a post detailing some of these soon.
In the meantime, here is my three card draw for today.
Significator – Eight of Coins – Three of Coins
The first card I pulled is the Significator. It is supposed to represent the person asking the question. I didn’t deliberately choose this card but picked it at random. When this happens, I tend to see the message in the other cards as being particularly significant for me.
The Eight of Coins shows a young woman handing over some money to pay for a fabulous crown being fashioned by the craftsman. There is obviously some important occasion coming up where she will need to dress her best.
The Three of Coins has a herald sharing some news – someone of importance is coming to visit. The clover shows that this is someone held in great esteem. Suddenly, the need for the woman to look her best becomes clear.
These cards suggest to me that I may need to splash out on a new outfit to prepare for an important visitor. It seems to be linked to a work event. Alternatively, I may be the craftsman and need to help someone else put on their best possible face.
Image Copyright 2007 Paul Huson
Image Copyright 2008 Lo Scarabeo