Weekend Spread for November 1, 2013

So we begin a whole new cycle! Our first weekend of the Pagan New Year!

Again, some very interesting cards have shown up.

The Queen of Swords


The Moon


And now we have the Death card for the second day in a row.



When a Queen shows up in a reading, she is telling you to think and feel the way she thinks and feels. Combining this with the Air element of swords she is asking you if you are being honest and truthful. The Queen of swords has graduated from the school of hard knocks. You can’t often pull one over her, she knows the score, but she also has learned that you need to have a sense of humour about it all too.

The Moon is a card about mystery. Feeling confused or in the dark, the realm of the Moon is an enchanting world of shadow that may cause fear or anxiety but it doesn’t have to be so. It’s the world of the unconscious.

The Death card as we talked about yesterday is a card about transition and change. The Death card symbolizes leaving one way of being to transition into something new.

Looking at these three cards together, it’s an interesting combination. It’s about moving into this new phase of life, being scared about it, but if you keep your wits about you all will be well.  The Queen of Swords brings light into an otherwise rather dark, shadowy and somewhat fearful situation.

Just to add some clarity to the situation I am throwing down another card, and this time coming up with the Hanged Man.


We had this combination yesterday as well. Some sacrifices may need to be made in order to complete this time of transition.

Now throwing the Four of Cups as well, which indicates to me that ultimately what seems to be dark and difficult will be a gift or blessing in disguise.


Well, could be an interesting weekend. Through it all though, the Queen of Swords says to keep your sense of humour about it all!





8 thoughts on “Weekend Spread for November 1, 2013

  1. OK, having no idea what I’m doing, I’m going to take a stab at this. The context that you didn’t include in your reading was that we crossed into the New Year last night. Death twice emphasizes the transition. The old year was a Queen of Rods year; the new year will be a Queen of Swords year. And don’t forget that the fool is midway in his journey.

    • geekyg1rl says:

      That’s pretty good Rusty. Except that the “parameters” I was using was the “Weekend”, I didn’t have a “year” reading in mind. Interesting thought though. I’ll have to think on it some more.

  2. So if last year was a Queen of Rods kind of year, what will a Queen of Swords year look like?

  3. I don’t typically use tarot for personal reading but this is cool so I may have to explore that more 🙂

    Thanks for the shout out of my Brainstorming post. Hope you have a blessed New Year.

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