Seven of Rods, Four of Cups, Five of Rods, Reversed
The Seven of Rods is back again, but this week he’s upright, indicating victory and success. However, we also see the Five of Rods, which represents conflict. In reversed position, it indicates a highly complex situation, possibly involving trickery or deception, so don’t rush to judgement. In the center is the melancholy Four of Cups. He can represent disappointment, unhappiness or disgust, but he can also represent a stationary period of life.
Now I’m’a bring the realness: I know we are all more than ready for the COVID-19 pandemic to be over. However, all signs indicate that at the moment things are getting worse, not better. Disgusting as it is, we are going to have to stay “Stationary” a while longer. I know this winter is going to feel like some major Game of Thrones bullcrap, since we’ve been stuck in our houses since last March, and it may be next March before we can come back out. But be careful. Keep wearing masks and washing your hands. Stay home if you can. We can and will survive this. I hope to see you all next year, when things return to, if not “normal,” at least something “normal-adjacent.”
Enjoy your Turkey Day next week, and Blessed Be!