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    Drawing an odd card

    Post  Violet on Mon Nov 08, 2010 11:45 pm

    What I mean by that is drawing one of those which is not part of the actual deck for a reading though the person who is doing the reading is certain they removed them, does drawing a card like that hold any significance or is it just clumsiness, this has happened to me about 3 times now over a period of a few years.



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    Re: Drawing an odd card

    Post  shayn on Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:38 am

    i would say it is clumsiness, but you should follow your inner feeling. does it mean something to you?
    maybe it is like a wild card.. something unexpected in life that on one can predict, think about or imagine?
    and maybe it is nothing?
    maybe all is open?
    i don't know, i tend not to put much into it, but only you have the answer for that


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    Re: Drawing an odd card

    Post  Violet on Tue Nov 09, 2010 8:34 pm

    maybe it is like a wild card.. something unexpected in life that on one can predict, think about or imagine?

    Hi shayn, thanks, this was the line of thinking I had at the time, especially the first time it happened



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