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Midsummer's Dream: Card 2

I have pulled Eight of Quills (Eight of Swords) from the Tarot of Jane Austen as the second card of the Midsummer’s Dream Spread. The position is called: "Future Trends of Freedom and Liberation". The question was: “Do you obtain your heart’s desire or are your setting up the wrong life?” 

                           

I am under the influence of some sort delusional thought, which makes that I am setting up the wrong life. Pictured on the card are sensitive Edmund Bertram and Mary Crawford from Mansfield Park. Mary is not a nice person at all, but Edmund is under the illusion she is. 

I am in not really setting up the wrong life, but I had plans to change something which is work-related, but today, walking through Amsterdam I came back from that. I thought it was such not a good plan as I thought beforehand.

Probably the card reflects that issue, backing me up on it. But I am not sure. That is what illusion is about is not it? Maybe it says: “Gosh, how delusional of you to abandon your plan!”

I always go to Livejournal by pearlswine. It is a link on my Google page. I had written my post and was going to Livejournal to post it, but first I read their post of today; the theme of today was delusion. Very funny.
Tags: christine jette, eight of swords, spread: midsummer's dream, summer solstice, tarot of jane austen
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