Alright, the Horseshoe spread goes like this, 1 is the past, 2 is the present, 3 is hidden influences at work, 4 is obstacles or challenges to be overcome, 5 is the attitudes or feelings of friends, 6 is advising you on what you should do, and last but not least, 7 is the overall outcome.
First card is upside-down Emperor.
This card can relate to fatherhood,
in the reverse it refers to tyrannical abuse and taking advantage of power while craving attentional status, ambitions and childhood dreams unfulfilled, dishonor.
Second card is 3 of Cups.
It relates to celebrations and happiness, reunions, parties and meetings, which lead to love affairs and lots of flirtation. (sometimes pregnancy and birth) Ills are healed and harmony is achieved, attendance at weddings or christenings is likely.
Third card is upside-down Queen of Cups.
A vain and immoral woman, who is deceitful and perverse. Someone who constantly demands attention. Gee I wonder who this could be.
Fourth is 9 of Pentacles.
Enjoyment of the comfort that money can buy. Prosperity, good sense and financial shrewdness. This card refers to good administration of resources and shows that relaxation is now possible after hard work, The purchase of new furniture and a connection with gardens.
Fifth card is upside-down 9 of wands.
Obstinacy, a refusal to compromise in any way, an unbending will, fixed and erroneous attitudes. 2 nines in a reading can relate to legal documents and contracts.
Sixth card is 8 of Cups.
Don't be afraid to leave the past behind. Travel, there is plenty more in the world to explore, see and experience. If you are disillusioned with your life now, take heart, because the future promises to be brighter. Follow your heart and do what you truly desire.
Seventh card is the Tower.
The breaking down of an outworn sense of values. A sudden shock that is nevertheless a blessing in disguise. Freedom from old (possibly self imposed) restrictions. Sudden disruptive change is inevitable but nothing to be feared, since you will come through this experience a better and stronger person.>>142644
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