Your Relationship Spread
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Your View of Your Partner

Ace of Swords

After a military loss, the Athenians were required to send children every few years to be devoured by the minotaur, a bull headed beast that lived in a Cretan maze. Theseus, the kings son, took the place of a child, discovered the mazes secret, killed the monster and emerged unscathed. To win, Theseus had to combine intellect with strength, and right now, so can you.

Your Partner's View of You

King of Swords Reversed

Jason needed the Golden Fleece, but couldn’t get past the dragon that guarded it. So he seduced Medea, a local witch, into helping him. Jason got his fleece, and also got Medea as a wife, which would have been great if he had cared about her. He didnt, and later discarded her without a thought. The King reversed hints at the abuse of others for selfish gains.

Your Needs

The Magician

Hermes, our magician, was known for his charm, cleverness, and diplomacy. And for being the biggest con artist on Olympus! Drawing this cards means that you have the skills to make things happen. Just remember to use your powers for good.

Your Partner's Needs

Page of Pentacles Reversed

Talos, the bronze robot of Crete, had a habit of hurling boulders at ships trying to land. But the Argonauts managed to dock after Medea convinced the creature to remove the single nail keeping its oil-like blood in its body. She swore that doing so would make him immortal, but in fact, it only made him dead. Don’t let someone derail your dreams today.

The Current State of Your Relationship

Temperance Reversed

Revenge is great and all, but you know whats better? Not having to waste your life seeking revenge. There is a reason freed slaves used to lay their chains at the feet of a statue of Hebe, our goddess of temperance, peacemaking and clear-eyed pragmatism. They were saying “the past is behind us, and we’re moving on."

The Path You Would Like to See Your Relationship Follow

The Emperor

The emperor card stands for strength, assertiveness and all around macho-like-behavior. Like Zeus, king of the gods, who was accused of a lot of things, but being a shrinking violet was never one of them. But, you know what? Sometimes, macho isnt so bad. If you don’t take charge of your own life, someone else will do it for you -- and you may not like where you end up.

The Path Your Partner Would Like to See Your Relationship Follow

Nine of Cups

The great rivers of the ancient world were believed to be gods, maybe because without them, life wouldn’t have been possible. One of the greatest of these was mighty Euphrates, which along with the Tigris, made the Fertile Crescent so extraordinarily abundant. Likewise, the Nine of Cups is all about abundance in your life, in work, love, finances, and emotional well-being.

Aspects of Your Relationship to Consider

Nine of Wands Reversed

Pegasus in the above image is bridled. The winged horse that could soar above the clouds is being held down and restricted. Lately, you may have felt like this, too, as obstacle after obstacle sprang up, just when you thought youd fought free. Fight a little more.

The Outcome

Nine of Pentacles

Plutus, son of the goddess Demeter, is our Nine of Pentacles. Usually depicted carrying a heavy cornucopia, Plutus was the god of bountiful harvests and abundant wealth, and was often accompanied by Eirene, the goddess of peace, or Tykhe, the goddess of fortune. The Nine shows all three of these blessing you right now.

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