What Does The Deck Say? June 05 2016

One of many Baraja Española decks, The “Baraja Azteca – As de Oro” 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 divinatory tool. Each reader uses their own personal understanding and intuition to interpret the cards.

Today’s cards: 4 Bastos, 11 Bastos, & 11 Espadas.

Baraja Azteca - As de Oro: 4 Bastos, 11 Bastos, & 11 Espadas.
Baraja Azteca – As de Oro: 4 Bastos, 11 Bastos, & 11 Espadas.

That person may indeed be touched with divinity, and pass all the proofs required for such a mystic or prophet, but that person is still human, and humans can be a terrible thing. Do not allow them to use their divinely inspired abilities to cover up for being an asshole. Decorum is still required from the low and from the high. And anyone who would have you look to them instead of the divinity they represent is not a good representation of that divinity, regardless of the miracles they have performed.

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