Only one set for this week.
When I pulled the cards to answer the question “What will be in the news this week in the UK?” I got the following:
News Story (no keycard)
Central Card: CLOUDS = confusion, uncertainty, murkiness
The cards one-by-one:
Secret (Book); Love (Heart); Confusion (Clouds); Sex or Abuse (Whip); Talk (Birds)
It looks like this might be a sex scandal of some kind, or gossip about an affair.
The centre of the reading:
Heart-Clouds = uncertain or unclear love
Clouds-Whip = sexual confusion, sexual obscuring, abusive gaslighting
It’s seems to be either about an abusive love relationship, or some kind of sexual uncertainty
Book-Birds = Talk of a secret, gossip
Heart-Whip = Sexual romance, abusive love
It’s gossip or hearsay about a sexual relationship
The cards in pairs:
Book-Heart = Love secret, affair
Heart-Clouds = Hidden romance, obscured love
Clouds-Whip = Murkiness, gaslighting, sexual uncertainty
Whip-Birds = Talking about sex, verbal abuse
The cards in more detail:
Book-Heart = Love secret
Book-Clouds = Hidden or murky secret
Book – Whip = Abuse secret, sex secret
Book-Birds = Talking about secret; gossip
A sex secret being gossiped about
Heart-Clouds = Hidden love
Heart-Whip = Broken heart; sex
Heart-Birds = Relationship; love talk; talking about romance
A murky romance, probably sexual, and talk of it
Clouds-Whip – murkiness, gaslighting, sexual uncertainty
Clouds-Birds – Talking about murkiness
Sexual uncertainty or obscuring, talking about it
Whip-Birds – Talking about sex, verbal abuse
There will be gossip about a sex secret or hidden affair
Sounds juicy! For once…
Interestingly enough, I’ve just become aware of a bit of gossip about a cabinet minister that seems to be doing the rounds on gossip sites and forums, although it’s not openly in the news. I won’t repeat the details, but it’s a minister who’s been in the news this week with one of their policies. The gossip does indeed involve private sexual assignations, sex talk and practices which would probably be verbalised – in UK nudge-nudge-wink-wink terms – as “filthy”. Quite funny if it is this.
The story I alluded to was indeed doing the rounds, but remained as gossip, so didn’t appear in the press.
What did though, contrary to a bit of juicy gossip, was a really nasty story about yet another sexual abuse ring of men abusing teenage girls, this time in Huddersfield, UK. Their trial came to an end and all were convicted.
I personally think the ‘feel’ of the reading fits more with the gossip story rather than this more serious case, but both have elements that fit.