THE MAYAN APOCALYPSE IS COMING ON FRIDAY!!!!!!1!!! ARE YOU READY FOR IT?! HAVE YOU GOT YOUR HIDEY-HOLE READY?!
Now that I've gotten that little piece of work off my chest, I can proceed with the purpose of this post. :-)
I hope that you've all been exceptionally well, because I certainly have!
Things are always busy around this time of the year. And it's Christmas next Tuesday. And things are so hectic and full and busy. I guess it's safe to say that I HATE this time of the year, just because everything's so full and there're almost no things left in the shops. And money is short.
But Friday is in the way, though. There's this thingy they call the Mayan Apocalypse. I don't know what'll happen, but I guess we'll see when we get to the bridge. One thing's for certain: from my side, I won't be the same afterward!
Decided to do a small three-card pull from my Universal Tarot of Marseille deck to ascertain what may happen... Well, this was more for me, but I guess that many of you shall be able to share the sentiment.
|2 of Swords: Peace, XIX: The Sun, 7 of Wands: Valour. Deck: Universal Tarot of Marseille, Lo Scarabeo|
Lovely set of cards I've pulled out!
The 2 of Swords (Peace) for me speaks of uneasy tension, but also peace. Things may be going well for the moment, but the tension can clearly be cut with a knife. Pretty much sums up how I feel about Friday! I hate not knowing what'll happen next!
XIX: The Sun speaks of prosperity, in a sense, as well as incoming vitality and renewed energy. Possibly also, sometimes, Summer. Well, it's clearly summer. Maybe it'll be a lovely, sunny day on Friday? (duh) The underlying message here would be for me to simply get out and enjoy the day.
The 7 of Wands (Valour) tells me about being in a competitive situation and coming out on top. As I once heard: feel the fear and do it anyway! Independence is also echoed. Guess I should just enjoy the day, think for myself, grab all possible opportunities that come my way and I'll come through it safely!
All-in-all an awesome reading. Just had to share it with y'all!
PS Don't worry -- I'm quite sure that we'll all probably still be here on Saturday and in time for Christmas! ;-)