This week, we bust a ghost and give a non-traditional rating to a deck.
Lisa was having some spooky occurrences at her house and approached the Tarot Bros for our ghost-busting services.
Our two-year anniversary saw us performing live, so we thought we’d use a deck the audience can actually see. The Giant Rider-Waite Tarot is exactly like the traditional Rider-Waite, except too big to shuffle. ⭐️⭐️.5 / 5
This Week’s 3-Card Tarot Reading
Ghost’s life before the key event: SEVEN OF COINS | Key event: THREE OF SWORDS | Ghost’s life after the key event: TEN OF COINS | What should we learn from the ghost’s life: JUSTICE | What is a facet of the ghost’s personality: KING OF WANDS | What was a lifelong obstacle to the ghost: QUEEN OF COINS | What does the ghost need in order to move on: MAGICIAN
Our advice: This ghost (most likely a woman’s ghost) spent a portion of its life waiting for their ship to come in. Heartbreak upended whatever those plans were. after that major heartbreak, the decedent remarried into a firefighter family and financial stability. The ghost, in life, lived in a good karmic balance, trying to right by the people around them. They were a leader of people throughout their life, driven towards success, but often had trouble expressing affection through emotional channels. In order to move on, the ghost needs to allow itself to feel legitimized byt the efforts that it put forth in its life. …and Lisa should start putting coins in the spot where the pantry used to be.
The Card of the Week
To close out October, we’re using the Tarot Familiar Deck..
Tarot Card of the Week: Four of Coins
Keywords: Loss of material wealth, Hoarder, Usurer, Skinflint, Miser
Chill out a little bit this week, Things aren’t as dire as they seem..