Today’s cards: 5 Oros, 3 Espadas, & 8 Espadas.
Be wary of unspoken consensus and “common sense” reasoning. Just because the assembled group is going along with what they are being told, doesn’t mean they are being told the truth. But be careful how and where you express your disagreement. If discretion is the better form of valor, then the most valorous thing you can do is duck out before the crowd turns against you.
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.
“What Does The Deck Say” is a weekday series of 3 card pulls from a cartomancy deck. No context or query is given to frame what the cards say as the posts are reading samples and not personal instruction. The result is sometimes humorous, sometimes serious, and usually surprising. All readers are invited to leave a comment about what they perceive in the random spread as each person will interact with the cards in their own way.
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