One of many Baraja Española decks, 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.
Today’s cards: 8 Espadas, 2 Espadas, & 6 Oros.
It’s not what you wanted to hear. It’s what you needed to know. And now that you do, there is no lie heavy or thick enough to obscure it. Sit down with this information and review your life by its revealing light. In this honest moment, more shocks will shake away more smothering lies. The truth will hurt as much as it is necessary.
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“What Does The Deck Say” is a daily series of 3 card pulls from a cartomancy deck. No context or query is given to frame what the cards say. The result is sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, and usually surprising. All readers are invited to play along.
Deck used: The Baraja Azteca – As de Oro playing cards.