How well did I do last time?
As I didn’t do a reading for Silverstone, there is nothing to say here.
Astrologically speaking this weekend, the moon moves from Scorpio to Sagittarius, this shows a need to cling on to a belief and seek the truth, so many will cling to the belief that they are right, that their way is right and a need to find a better way. The sun is also on the move, it moves into Leo on Sunday, this will see a lot of posturing, playing to the crowds and possibly tantrum throwing as the need to be the centre of attention takes over.
What can we expect to see in the German Grand Prix?
Mood for the weekend – Seven of Swords
What to look out for – Queen of Swords
Outcome – Ace of Coins
Mood for the Weekend: Seven of Swords
On the card, Samwell Tarly steals his family’s sword Heartsbane as he leaves for OldTown.
The suit of Swords represents the element of air; this also shows us logic, challenges and communication.
This card traditionally shows deceit, breaking agreements, manipulation and theft. Things are not what they should be this weekend, there is a lot of murky goings on in the shadows this weekend, things are being manipulated in someone’s favour, agreements broken and advantages being taken due to others misfortune. Samwell stole his father’s sword to help in the war against the Night King against, so you could say the theft was for the greater good, but after the argument with his father, the insults made against Gilly, you could also say he did it out of spite. This weekend the manipulation and deceit going on in the shadows can be seen both ways too, taking advantage of situations to further a cause or cheating and breaking agreements to further that same cause, line will be blurred at some point.
What to look out for: Queen of Swords
On the card, Queen Cercei sits on the Iron Throne.
This Queen is rational, logical, single minded, cold and cutting.
Queen Cersei has lied, cheated, manipulated and murdered to get where she is today, she is the epitome of what the Queen of Swords is, but with the Seven of Swords is here was well, Cersei’s true nature comes to the fore. This card is backing up the seven; someone is manipulating events to serve their own ends, single mindedly, with a cold and logical grasp of the situation, they will do anything and everything to get what they want.
Outcome: Ace of Coins
On the card, a coin is held in a pair of hands, it is the iron coin Jaqen H’gar gave Arya Stark as a guarantee of safe passage to Braavos and the House of Black and White.
The suit of coins (or pentacles) represents the element of earth; this in turn shows us the material world, home, money, family, career and the actual earth.
Traditionally, this card is all about the beginnings of working towards financial security, the seeds of an idea that needs nurturing and an opportunity for financial security.
Could the previous cards warnings of manipulation, theft and deceit be all about money and the desire for financial security? It’s well known that some of the teams are desperate for money, but how far would these teams go to achieve it?
The coin on the card is the same coin given to Arya Stark by Jaqen H’gar, the Faceless Man, so could the manipulation going on this weekend be by someone, ‘Faceless’ someone who has interests in the sport or a team or driver, who’s interests are driven by money and success rather than a love of the sport.
There is no doubt something dodgy is going on here, someone is manipulating events this weekend and it’s not for the good of the sport, it’s for their own self interest and that interest is more than likely money. There is nothing else to say here, things are going on in dark corners that will leave a bad taste in many mouths after the chequered flag is waved.