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Tarot - Horseshoe


Horseshoe

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Influences from the past

As the Ace of Pentacles is about sowing new seeds for the future, this card being in the past indicates that a project that you have started is influencing this reading. Remember that pentacles is about wealth and material resources, so the influence this card will have on the rest of the cards in the layout will likely be financial in nature.


What is going on now

The Seven of Swords is about secrets and deception. The question is are you the deceiver or the deceived? If you are the deceiver it is important to remember that while it may be possible to avoid responsibility in the short term, this usually has a higher cost in the long run than accepting responsibility for your mistakes would have had. If you are the one being deceived then remember that not everyone is exactly as they appear.


Factors you may not be considering

The Ace of Cups is influencing your current situation. While this card is often associated with the start of a new romance, it also likes to remind people that often what you truly desire may be right in front of you but you are not able to see it.


What is preventing your efforts

The Six of Cups represents innocence and childhood. As a blockage card this rings out naivety. You are living too much in your past and not taking responsibility for your choices. Remember that the past is behind you, live for the future which is ahead of you.


Your current environment

Five of Pentacles presents an environment of poverty. This poverty is not always lack of material wealth. Emotional poverty, such as feeling excluded from the group, is also a possibility. To navigate this environment it is best to think of the glass as being half-full.


The action to consider taking

The Emperor is telling you that it is time to take control of the situation. While it is important to stick to the rules, you still need to have a willingness to fight for what is right.


Potential outcome

The Six of Wands represents Triumph. This card is all about victory. Taking care of business and looking out after yourself ultimately allows you to reach your goals. The presences of this card often symbolizes that you will be the center of attention so enjoy your time in the spotlight.


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