In spite of what I thought I knew about the stories of Edward, Bella and Jacob, the issues that sang out in this spread are the Hanged Man and the Ace of Coins (both inverted). My spread also starts out with the Sun and the Knight of Cups. Putting these all together, we have someone who is content with the way things are going. He’s living a life of random indulgences, personal checks and balances, and not knowing exactly how to handle change – yet he feels he’s ready for something. Then enters this attractive woman who makes him feel something deeply. Yet he isn’t sure why.
After experiencing issues involving love, loathing, death, carelessness and over-kindnesses, they become the King and Queen of Swords, with nothing standing between them. The Queen, however, has other layers to her. In her layers she has the Knight of Batons and the Page of Cups. She has a pretty clear idea of what she wants in life, even though it’s wrapped in adolescent ideas.
I don’t want to put any spoilers into this, because some people may still be working on the books or just waiting to see the movies. What really grips me about this spread (so far, because there is a whole lot more) is that the dynamic involves not only Edward and Bella, but also Jacob and Bella.
What is safe to mention, though, is that at the end of my spread the Knight of Coins inverted and the King of Cups inverted (a double-layered male) watches the Chariot with the Empress and the King of Coins. Hmmmmmm…
Spreads like these are very good practice for sharpening your reading skills and seeing new meanings. Why not give yourself a fun practice throw? What card most represents each character?
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