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Full-Season Predictions for ’08-’09: Hopes and Fears September 12, 2008

Posted by CapitalSpirit in Uncategorized.

Thank God it’s Friday! And since I’m giving some good news today, that goes double.

In this position, we’ll take a look at the energies the team is adding subconsciously. A lot of the time, what you’re hoping for, and what you’re most afraid of, can influence the outcome of the question. So, what exactly does it mean when the team’s hopes and fears are represented by The Chariot and Knight of Swords reversed?

The Chariot is a very good card to see here. It tells me that the energy that the team is adding right now is one of confidence and control, of being master of their domain. They know what they want, they know how they’ll get it, and they have just the plan to attain it. But that’s not the end of the story.

The other card in this position is the Knight of Swords reversed. The Knight of Swords is your stereotypical warrior. Face-up, he’s not someone you’ll like much personally, but professionally, he’s the best there is. He doesn’t want to be liked: he’s out to do his job as best he can, and instead wants your honor and respect. But when reversed, he’s a starter, not a finisher, and he can indicate quarrels to be had. Disharmony, disunity, lack of teamwork.

Now, if you’ve been reading these in order, you’re going to say, “Hold it. I thought you said Temperance was a sign of team unity, but here you’re saying lack of teamwork. That’s a contradiction.” Glad you asked, but not quite. Temperance referred to where the team is now. This position refers to hopes and fears. So while the team hopes to be master of its domain, its greatest fear is a lack of teamwork. That’s not to say that teamwork isn’t there; it’s to say that the Knight of Swords reversed in this position is an indication that the team fears to lose that teamwork.

Well, now. Summer is almost over, isn’t it? Tomorrow is the very last day before rookies report, and I will reveal the cards for the eventual outcome of the season. I hope you’ll read them.



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