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Dark Moon Reading

April 4, 2011

1-3 forms a crescent open to the left, 4-6 forms a crescent open to the right, 7 is between the two crecents.  I forgot to take a picture of my spread, links show what the cards look like.  Couldn’t find them all.  : (

  1. Things to let go:  Magician – let go of control.  Go where fortune takes you.
  2. Things to keep: 5 of Cups – Keep going.  Stop wallowing.  A better path is ahead.
  3. Things yet to come: King of Wands – friendship?  Leadership role?
    1. clarifier – 7 of Swords – surprise!
    2. clarifier – 8 of Cups – new direction
  4. How the world affects you:  Sun – “All the world is a stage…” and I a mere player?
  5. What to give: 4 of cups – Give change a chance.  Step outside your comfort zone.
  6. What to receive:  Chariot – Receive your due.  Do not be self-conscious or embarrassed.
  7. What to learn:  6 of Wands – Learn to lead, to take charge.

I’m at a bit of a loss on this reading.  Feel free to offer your own interpretations.

 

5 Comments leave one →
  1. April 11, 2011 4:40 AM

    Thank you so much for this spread Melia – I absolutely love it. In fact, I’ve just read for myself using it, and found it an incredible spread for entering spring, a new season, a new phase. I am encouraged, and also wiser for it.
    http://littleredtarot.posterous.com/dark-moon-spread
    I drew it out, so if it’s any use to you, please steal the photograph!
    Thanks again, I love your blog…and don’t worry about the unmotivated times…we all have those xxxxx

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  2. April 11, 2011 2:10 PM

    so I have found out what my leadership role is…I have taken over running a stitching exchange. No it isn’t anything big but I’ve never done it before and the nightmares that are caused when someone doesn’t honor their commitment are a pain in the ass.

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