Today’s cards: 9 Copas, (unknown), & (unknown).
When using the Baraja Española, the card 9 Copas is my designated Stop Card. When the Stop Card is the first card revealed in a reading, it is an indication that the divination should not proceed any further and that the matter should be investigated via alternate means. As such, I have no reading for you today.
You’ll just have to get in trouble on your own.
A Baraja Española deck, the Baraja Azteca is a 48 card deck of playing cards used for such games as Brisca, Tute, and Mus. This 48-card variant of the deck contains four suits; Oros (Coins), Bastos (Clubs), Espadas (Swords), and Copas (Cups). While the deck is made primarily for play, it functions well as a divination tool. Each reader uses their own personal understanding and intuition to interpret the cards.
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