Wildwood Magician – He carries big power, but he wants more. He wants to feel more powerful.

Wizards Magician – He wants proof in physical, tangible form. He wants to prove himself.

Otherworld Magician – He wants deep experiences in life; tantric sex.

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Best Wishes,

Gav.

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RE: “Should I post this spread on my blog?”

When you shuffled the cards and asked the question, had you already decided that you would create a blog entry for this reading?

If so, perhaps it was your own subconscious mind that answered you in this fashion, just to give you a (small) lesson for being willing to be willfully contrary? I.e. No matter what the cards present, I’m going to do it, anyway!

BTW: For a simple YES/NO answer, what could be more succinct and more accurate than the “toss of a coin”? Surely, a wonderful tool for divining straightforward questions, where no elucidation is required?

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