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Sheri  Sheri is offline
Join Date: 22 Jan 2006
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When I think of the Wheel, I think of ups and downs, pros and cons, but not necessarily as finite things - sort of with an I-Ching approach in that the point at which the Wheel is drawn is a point between the two end points - either moving up or down, things improving or not. So in the scene, we have a family that is together and they seem happy - but they are living in a barn. Are their lives improving or going the other way?

Lyric - I cannot wait to hear how the relationship spread works with this deck! I tend to use brightly colored decks (like the Sheridan Douglas or Waite-Smith) for that spread, so I haven't even thought of experimenting with this one!

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