>> Friday, May 29, 2009
Quadmama asked the Tarot Queen: Here is my question for the tarot cards: Hubby was recently interviewed for a new job and was the number one candidate. Unfortunately the project facilitating his employment was put on hold. While we're not putting all our eggs in one basket, so to speak, is it reasonable to hold out hope that this job will come through soon/eventually?
Well, let's just check that out, shall we?
Past - Nine of Swords (reversed) - Reversed, this is about worry and stress, anxiety and doubt.
Present - Knight of Wands - This card talks of journeys, travel, adventure, perhaps not a physical one, but a journey nonetheless. There is also mention of thoughts on a career change.
Future - V The High Priest - Servitude, revelation, initiation, achievement through moral character and insight.
OK, my gut reaction is that things have been kind of touch and go, stressful, either because your husband doesn't have the job he wants or is out of work, that he tried something different or took a chance and now you're waiting to see if it pays off. The third card (a higher arcana) indicates your patience may be rewarded. However, I'd like to pull another card or two to see what they say.
I pulled a Queen of Cups (reversed) which talks about self-indulgence, frivolity, changes and a fortune read. Hmm. I'm not sure what to do with that.
I also pulled the King of Pentacles which is about being adept at business, well-organized, responsible and industrious.
Hmm, I'm not sure about the Queen of Cups. It comes across as someone other than your husband, another influence, a friend or family member who's frivolous or self-absorbed. But the cards as a whole appear favorable toward your husband getting a position of responsibility.
However, just one more card...Page of Swords - authority and management, advanced notice and early warnings, be ready. I don't advocate taking tarot and the like as more than a distraction (no planning your life around it; it's for fun), but I have the say I think the cards are promising.
Best of luck.