The Ultimate Encyclopedia of Fortune Telling by Michael Johnstone

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But experience shows that even so, this can be surprisingly accurate. As in most card games, the Ace is highest in value and importance. R 44 R FortuneTell Book Doc 27/4/05 10:26 am Page 45 It’s on the cards R R Clubs Clubs are linked with ambitions and achieving them successfully, with career matters, health, business partnerships, communication and expansion. The suit also has strong connections with older, mature people. The Ace signifies a new beginning and fresh ambitions. New ideas will flow from you and could lead to a new perspective on old problems or a chance to travel.

He is patient and affectionate, but when he does show this side of his character, he does so in deeds rather than words. The king promises a great deal of travel. The Queen is a practical and organized woman, one often in a long-term relationship. She is good at solving problems, particularly other people’s. She has the happy talent of making everyone feel at home. Get her on your side and she will stick by you through thick and thin. But every coin has two sides, and if the Queen appears hard-hearted she is not to be trusted.

The three says that an opportunity to expand your horizons is about to present itself. If you have been putting off making decisions about travel, make them now. On the work front, extra commitments, new opportunities and the input you are expected to put into them will require all your energy. The card can also indicate that the querent will be married more than once and news that a young person is ill may be received. But it is not too serious. The two indicates a disappointment of some sort, but don’t give in to the temptation to bottle things up.

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