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3: Outcome A

4: Outcome B

2: The Choice

1: The Significator

 
1: The Significator represents you and your current state of being.

 
Scholar of Tentacles

This Scholar card reminds us of the need for care and meticulousness in the face of chaos. When life is swirling all around, and anarchy and madness surround us, sometimes we can chart our way through by paying careful attention, just as the Scholar carefully records the actions of the tentacle monsters.

In a reading, the Scholar of Tentacles may signal the need to be consciencious and precise about the things occurring in our lives, especially in the physical, tangible, material sphere. The smallest details may turn out to be important, even if we don't recognize their significance at first. The bigger picture can wait until later; now is the time for paying attention to the details.

Keywords: Detail Focus Physical Precision

 
2: The Choice represents the choice confronting you.

 
The Headmaster

The Headmaster is a card of directed action. He is in charge of the university; his rulings must be obeyed. He tells us to become proactive; to make a decision and follow through on it, not to be passive, idle, or dreamy.

In a reading, the Headmaster may be a call to action. He tells us that our lives belong to us; it is up to us to make what we want of them. The Headmaster may warn us that many thing, even unpleasant or traumatic things, may serve as a call to action.

Keywords: Action Ambition

 
3: Outcome A The outcome if you make the obvious choice.

 
Ten of Ribbons

Sometimes, everything just... goes... wrong. The arrival of this card presents the grim news that we are done. The path is ended. Things have not turned out as we planned. People seldom plan for the end. As frustrating as this moment is, we may take solace in the idea that we can not be any more done; the dead need not fear dying.

In a reading, it represents the worst possible outcome. A catastrophic failure, some cataclysmic setback that awaits us.

Keywords: Disaster Catastrophy Upheaval Failure End

 
4: Outcome B The outcome if you make the non-obvious choice.

 
Three of Chains

The Three of Chains is a card representing stability and security within a relationship. The three women stand as three legs of a tripod, the most stable configuration; their stability gives them a solid foundation to look outward from the security of their relationship. They are bound together, yet still free to look outward toward the distance.

In a reading, it represents a position of strength and security within the Querant's life--something the Querant can count on as solid and reliable.

Keywords: Safety Stability Security Confidence