Free Card Reading: Anonymous

Corvid Romantic: (Unknown), Ace of Feathers, & (Unknown).

Anonymous asks: “Should I jump ship?”

The Corvid Romantic Playing Cards answer: Ace of Feathers (Clubs).

Short answer: No.

Card Context: The Ace of Clubs tells you to sit down and consider your choices while you still have time and luxury to do so. Are you jumping for the right reasons? Are you jumping into a situation worse than what you are trying to escape. This isn’t the time to make long-term choices that depend on short-term charity to get you by. Are there other options that could mitigate the dumpster fire you are wanting to escape long enough for you to find/create a better exit? Consider these and then make your decision.


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The Corvid Romantic Playing Cards are a “poker” deck designed and illustrated by Megan Weber. Under the name of “Zaheroux“, she showcases her nature and magic inspired artwork. Please note that the Corvid Romantic’s Feathers are read as Clubs, the Bones are read as Spades, the Crystals are read as Diamonds, and the Roses are read as Hearts.