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Queen/cups (R); King/pentacles (R); 3/swords
An emotionally fragile, naïve, and sweet woman; a usually stable male that seems to find himself in an unusual position, or in an unexpected situation, and here we go again. (This is so out-of-character for this King, that it had to take his partner totally by surprise, she didn't see this coming.) There is a third party, that horrid card, the three of swords. Something has been lost and not just physical things, but trust and honesty, and just the stability and security of knowing that your world is okay and everything is as it should be. This is such an unnerving three cards.
The couple and their life have definitely been upset and off-centered by something heartbreaking, disturbing, and just plain sad... and sometimes, totally unnecessary.
5/pentacles; 2/pentacles; 10/cups
The next set of cards seem to act as an affirmation to the first set... there's the family card totally turned upside down, and the unrest and instability the couple are facing now is affecting their finances and the monetary materialistic part of their world. I know, in the wake of all the emotional trauma, this may not seem as important, but it is -- if a house is owned and mortgage is due, if their is a lot of debt, if they can't pay their monthly household bills, if there is outstanding debt on credit cards, cars, etc. It makes for a mess and a ton more stress, just what you don't need.
The High Priestess (R); 10/pentacles (R); Page/swords (R)
All reversed. Expect unpleasant or confrontational messages; expect legal papers with terms that may seem harsh; expect the money to be held in limbo until an agreement or conclusion is reached. Throughout all this, there is the High Priestess, probably caught off guard, unsure of her decisions, or unsure of her accusations, or unsure of the direction she really wants to go.
For both parties... Stop.
Just stop. Take a time-out; take a deep breath; re-analyze the situation; make lists of pros and cons; seek solutions; look for mediators; look for common ground. Put salve on open wounds. Seek the company of those you find most comforting and supportive. You may also need a change of scenery; a total break with the situation and the location, at least for a brief time.
This is a process, and it will have to play out to its natural conclusion.
I'm so sorry for this negative reading! I was going to trash these cards and do a re-draw, but there is someone out there who I believe needs to see them.
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