I’ve been continuing to do my daily readings with some interesting and sometimes baffling results. Baffling daily results are usually because I wasn’t paying attention to concrete things that the cards applied to. So hard to get out of my Tarot intuitive head!
I definitely like using the 3X3 for a monthly draw, and use the same combinations for a 3X3 Tarot with very cool results, actually. I learned the combinations from Andy Boroveshengra in his Lenormand course (highly recommended). Here’s my template for the combinations, used on a wealth reading for the April/May time frame; let me know what you think if you try it; like I said, it works really well for Tarot, too, although I tend to be looser in making combinations than this Lennie structure.
28 Man–22 Road–13 Child
27 Letter–24 Heart–23 Mice
15 Bear–29 Lady–16 Stars
Stage 1 – I look at the fifth card for a focus, and then the first card for a trigger that caused that focus. I then combine the four corners for the real question, or issue.
24 Heart–28 Man: It’s about what’s most important to me—hubby?
Stage 2 – I read cards 2, 4, 5, 6, and 8 for what is going to happen in the situation. (I call it the Diamond)
22 Roads–27 Letter–24 Heart–23 Mice–29 Lady: I will be presented with a choice after receiving news about some loss associated with a matter of importance to me.
Stage 3 – I read the three vertical columns as the past; present; and, future, and then the diagonals.
Past: News about wealth for Matt.
Present: I am making choices or going on a journey of some importance.
Future: New losses or loss associated with a child, and not knowing what to do about it.
Diagonals: (Top left to bottom right) Hubby is the source of guidance for what’s important. (Top right to bottom left) New emphasis on building wealth/protection.
Stage 4 – I get the quintessence by reading cards 1 + 3 and 8 and 7 + 9 and 2. (my Triangles)
(28 Man + 13 Child = Renewed hubby) + 29 Lady= Me
(15 Bear + 16 Stars = Wealth from new guidance/night) + 22 Roads = Choice or it will take awhile.
Adding in multiples and clusters, what extra information could you add in?
Two Aces: Deception
Two Knaves: Disruption
Two Sevens: Agreement
Summary: Looks like a rough start with important stuff in jeopardy, and then the emphasis on hubby being the source of help here. Thinking back now, having done this draw in April, April and May were slow months for my business (losses there and some worry). By the end of May, hubby’s jewelry biz picked up, and we also made better-than-expected money from the sale of a small boat asset, which helped make things up. The deception, disruption, and finally agreement from the multiples and clusters reflected quite accurately on how the sale of the boat went. 🙂