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Let’s talk about the creep factor. So the 11:11 oracle card points out synchronicities... and I was thinking haha well you have 3, 6, 12 which is like doubling the numbers and then I also realized that the three of swords next to the ace of cups shows “1111″ if you look at the numbers at top. They all fell out together, so I just happened to put them next to each other.
There’s moon imagery here, too, with Hunger and fourth house (is ruled by Cancer, so moon).
I’ll also provide the textbook meanings (first) - Hunger card is about wanting something so much you’ll do anything to get it, including immoral things, so be careful that if you get what you want... did it come with a cost.
The fourth house card is about ancestors, family, the home... moving, buying or selling property, the past or childhood, people from the past returning. As a side note, you could be especially driven by your moon or anything in the fourth house. My moon is in my fourth house so maybe yours is, too. And maybe it’s a rather ambitious moon like an Aries or Leo or something - or maybe you have those ambitious placements somewhere. I suppose I should point out too 1111 adds up to 4.
Tarot - Hanged man so surrender, a pause, change in perspective, Pisces/Neptune energy (also associated with the moon, intuition, dreams...)
Six of swords - a sense of moving forward, toward something better and more smooth after some troubling issues or moving forward from a focus on the past, sometimes with the assistance of others
Three of swords - heartbreak, disappointment, lack of or miscommunication
Ace of cups - rebirth, new opportunities for love, healing, self love, pure emotions, literal birth, creativity (birth of an idea)
Back of deck: 7 of pentacles, 10 of swords, star (because we cannot get away from the star right now no matter what deck i use).
Textbook reading: actually fuck textbook, I feel more called to go off but maybe we’ll circle back.
So, with the hunger card and the moon coming up, I do feel this sense of a “calling”. You know, when I shuffled your cards, I asked for your ancestors to assist if there were messages. I pretty much never do that, just ask my guides or some high vibe helper out there to assist me, so it’s interesting that a wolf popped out and a card explicitly about ancestors and roots... and now that I look at 7 of pentacles, doesn’t it also have a roots vibe?
So, I feel pretty confident that whatever message you need to hear will have to do with family issues, the past, or ancestors... maybe even destiny. And even the back of the deck has a similar message to your tarot out here because even a monkey could see three of swords and six of swords and figure someone was moving on from heartbreak. 10 of swords is usually some type of painful ending to something, and star is about healing and starting afresh...
And it’s weird but... I feel like this could be an ancestor’s story - I don’t know anything about you or your bg but I look at these cards and the six of swords, and I see a literal journey, like... literal moving, immigration, etc... tbh, I’m not sure it’s you, I feel like this is a family story but maybe you moved/are moving, whatever, but I want to say if you are, there’s some message here about a parallel journey being taken to an ancestor’s journey?
And it reads like... someone had to leave home because of some tragedy (that was destined), and began a new life where there was more hope, more opportunity, more abundance. And if it’s not a literal journey, it could be a spiritual journey - simple as that, someone is letting go of something, surrendering the pain, learned from it and is moving onto better circumstances despite a broken heart.
That’s one part of it, but what about this... Hunger? The Hunger card image definitely gives off that primal, calling vibe, plus it’s a wolf so you think wild, packs, family, instincts, moon, intuition... the word hunger makes you think of ambition, but possibly literal hunger could play a part if you have ancestors who left a place with hopes of a future where they could be more ambitious or were avoiding literal hunger. I suppose it’s possible these aren’t even RECENT ancestors but like way back and why did I pick the egyptian-y deck out of all my decks? And I could go - that’s a coincidence, but -
Because we have the 11:11 oracle, lol.
Also, I did sneak a peek at your profile, which gave me nothing except you like Jiminie, and I feel compelled to show you this bc who knows why
Also, notice the moon xD
I don’t really believe in twin flames, but now that I just put that out there, if you’re having any romantic issues, this spread could be quite romantic about a very dramatic romance because Hunger could be like - how far would you go for a destined love? Very romeo and juliet, and the heartbreak here could be surrendering to some type of separation only to find each other again.
So, with the fourth house also meaning people from the past coming back, that could be something, as well. Perhaps there was a heartbreak of some kind and you were separated, and that person will come back. Please take that with a grain of salt as it could just as easily be moving on from such a heartbreak and learning to love yourself... but the Hanged Man definitely gives me surrender to fate vibes with these other cards.... it could also read about someone who is searching for “home” and for a place to belong. Like, I still REALLY get this sense as if you are paralleling some old relative’s experience. It’s not like I could guess at a past life, but who’s to say in past lives we weren’t our own relatives?
But, when people talk about past lives, it is possible to... pick up a journey where a previous incarnation wasn’t able to complete something, so there’s that sense too. We can’t confirm it, so - but I also get destiny vibes anyway with the 11:11.
It’s funny though that that card came out and Serendipity is now in my head and I know you like Jimin. It’s creepy.
Then again back of deck... I mean as I went through it... it does give past life vibes... that or someone was literally stabbed in the back with a rake, lol. But it’s like images of someone trying to grow something and then there’s a death (10 of swords) and then a rebirth (star). And the other cards go through that too with an ace of cups (rebirth) and 3 of swords (heartbreak)... but the hanged man is almost like watching it all unfold calmly... and six of swords is like... okay we’re going with the flow (of the universe) now and moving forward... and the heartbreak should be behind the boat, really, as those were the rough waters... and interesting the heartbreak card is next to new love/rebirth....
Hunger could also be this desire to complete what wasn’t completed. Or maybe you have one of those ancestral curses you need to break.
I don’t really know much about that, I’m just explaining what I see as a possibility.
It’s VERY rare in a general reading I’d look at cards and go - this is a past life or ancestors, but yuh.
It could also be about calling in a soulmate or soul tribe... perhaps if you’ve recently come across someone or a group where you feel an unexpected... like... you know them from somewhere or it just feels right. or maybe there was someone like that in the past, and maybe they’ll return...
It could also be some type of tragedy that occurred in childhood where the heartbreak has stayed with no matter how hard you’ve tried to push forward. But I feel optimistic with the ace of cups at the end... I feel like even if you’ve endured some type of disappointment or a no contact situation that there’s another chance at love or reunion at the end. I mean, in theory, we all could meet at the end when we die.
I don’t think cards even get placed down willy nilly tho we can always move them around, but it’s interesting heart break is third there... and is also number 3... and it comes AFTER the movement forward but before the new love...
and on the boat of six of swords, it looks more like a parent and child... so again this may have to do more with family, ancestors... and some sort of heartbreak and then a physical or spiritual journey forward to something that feels like a fresh start and no matter what bad things happened... the hanged man sort of shows it was... unavoidable. Fated, etc...
The imagery of the wolf in the hunger card can fit this in many ways but I’m curious about the “ambition” behind the guidebook meaning too as I don’t think cards get thrown out just bc the image fits, the meaning should also fit.
So, the familial or ancestral issue could be about... heartbreak bc of someone’s greed or immoral choices or it could be a warning from your ancestors about not straying from the right path when trying to get what you want. Three of swords could suggest hurting others on the way to the top or hurting yourself.
There’s a fair amount of water and air in these cards... so mental, emotional things, including with the fourth house being moon.
I feel like the moon is so important here - moon can be intuition, hidden things, secrets. Maybe this is a family secret of some sort... but I feel more drawn to the idea of instinct, intuition, a calling, something... more primitive, natural... like part of the workings of the universe... but I still feel like the “calling” fits... being called to complete something, being called to do something, calling in a soul tribe. It could be a longing for people that you miss.
And again I’m brought back to the idea of ties being cut in some way - either in this life or through death in this life or through death in a past life.
But still being tied to those people through roots of some kind.
And it might involve having to move away from those “roots”... that pain might even have been a shared pain of some sort because the three swords going through the heart are all touching each other and trapped together and the tips touch as if they’re comforting each other through the pain, same as the two figures in the boat going off together... and then with the ace of cups having this rebirth or another chance at love, etc...
You’re probably like wtf but it’s not like we know our past lives so I can get away with it >.>
Still even if this sounds whackadoo why not give a shout out to a parent or grandparent and ask if anyone had to immigrate or part ways from family.
there’s too much family/roots imagery here to really... avoid saying something is up with family/ancestors, so... i’d be curious as not many of us give much thought to our ancestors these days so it’s weird to ask someone if they have a passion for ancestry or know anything about their ancestors or even possibly thoughts about past lives or something...
I guess I could give a simple reading too - uhhh
Still feels like it’s about a literal move... with fourth house being about home, moving, buying a house, etc...
Hanged man can also be “sacrifice”, so perhaps to move forward in something, you’ve had to sacrifice something else. Moving away from family or breaking up a relationship to move forward (for a job)... because maybe the hunger card meaning speaks to this that you gave up xyz to go forward to this opportunity (a new lover w/ ace of cups???) but was it worth hurting or giving up whatevs...
Or someone did that to you... and you were the sacrifice.
But, I’m sure I could go on, no point without feedback or context haha.
It’s also possible this move or something regarding this issue will resurface in July or whenever next full moon is. I say July bc it’s cancer season.
Maybe you’re moving around end of June to Mid July, etc...
a bajillion interpretations but also pretty specific, so feel free to let us know :)
and because you have an 11 here and also 1111 and a 1111 lol... i looked up master numbers which says 11, 22 master numbers can have issues where they crack under pressure or struggle with ambition which i thought was interesting with the hunger card, so possibly you aren’t answering the call even though destiny is like DO IT. and usually i’d go into numbers but so many are expressed here 1, 2/11, 3, 4, 6, 10... and back of deck has 7, 10, 8...
Only thing missing is 5... and technically a four but we could say 1111 is the 4 haha... and emperor is behind star - emperor is a 4, star is 17/8.
i don’t know what that says other than all the numbers showing up would suggest a cycle, but we already discussed life cycles (reincarnation/death).
the lack of a 5 could be significant as 5s are about change, conflict. apparently also personal freedom... or expression.
This could be about someone’s journey toward freedom... not to be insensitive, but objectively it could suggest having ancestors who were denied freedom and gave up everything to get it, but it was at the cost of something. If not ancestors, a past life... ? Or having to even sacrifice one’s self so that you could be free of bondage and then reborn into another life or realm where the soul is free.
Sort of heavy, but I can only try to give you all possible ways to read plus what vibe I’m getting and I could say it’s like haha it’s just you going on a trip to the store, but... it feels really deep, layers deep, deep spiritual reincarnation, a soul that doesn’t particularly feel connected to your current.... life. So - but who knows.
Colors - well obviously a lot of purple but that’s default bc of the deck, so we’ll skip and say... oranges, yellows in particular... green... and yeah indigo-y/blue/purple. i’m kinda blue purple color blind so hard to say in the wolf card.
so sacral chakra is prominent, the moon is yellow to me... so solar plexus... and that bit of green in the roots card (heart)... indigo is third eye, purple is crown.
but i feel the focus on the middle chakras - solar and sacral... heart...
sacral is social, sexual, creation - which fits with the three of hearts and ace of cups as 3s are social and ace of cups is creation... i don’t see anything sexual in the cards so we’ll skip that. solar plexus is personal expression, personal power, ego, identity, choice...
interesting since that’s what fives were about and fives are lacking so perhaps there’s especially an issue regarding personal expression or power or not feeling like one has a choice or an identity that was forced on them...
i don’t really feel like - but only you can say for sure - that your sacral is blocked but i’d wonder about your solar plexus... and maybe the hunger card also points to this because this personal power and choice isn’t being fed? this desire for choice and personal power and expression? perhaps you aren’t feeling heard or understood or other people have tried to dictate something for you... or you were forced to sacrifice something... and let me be crazy and also suggest a past incarnation or another relative also had to go through something similar.
and... that’s what i see. i’ll stop there!
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