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Daily Draw: (5)Tree+(19)Tower+(26)Book

February 25, 2008

treetowerbook

The (5)Tree represent health matters mainly. The (19)Tower can be “official” organisations. The Tree+Tower combination represents hospitals, clinics, health care clinics.

In this instance, I know that the Tower is the key card of this draw, and that the Tree+Book combination is relevant as well; as it means health exams, tests.

My 19 year son, has been really ill this past week, and I was afraid that he had developed bronchitis. So first thing today, we were off to our health care facility to see the family doctor. Luckily, the doctor allayed my fears; it hasn’t gone into the lungs. But health issues are definitely at the forefront of my day—

3 Comments leave one →
  1. phoenixoracle permalink
    February 25, 2008 2:01 pm

    Hi Spiritsong,

    I must remember to read first and last card as a combination as well.
    Hope your son’s health improves.

    Phoenix

  2. SpiritSong permalink*
    February 25, 2008 4:55 pm

    Hi Phoenix,
    I only do first and last, if I feel the middle is actually a key card–
    alot of times it’s just left to right for me, or one card on it’s own, and a combination- or combination & one card……

    it shifts!!! lol keeps me on my toes! lol at least with a spread, you know you’ve got a key card.

    SpiritSong

  3. phoenixoracle permalink
    February 25, 2008 5:38 pm

    Yes you’re right about the shifting, and that is how it can throw the interpretation out for me. So I think I will just try them all…lol we’re bound to get one of them right!!!…lol

    Phoenix

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