Region: The Pacific North West (Northern California, Oregon and Washington)
Date(s): From Thursday July 6th to Saturday July 8th 2017
Deck: Native American
Cards Drawn: Death (13 Major Arcana), 8 of Vessels (Cups), 8 of Tomahawks (inverse), 4 of Tomahawks (inverse), 7 of Tomahawks (Blades, swords) and 6 of Shields (Pentacles or Coins).
Forecast: In my experience with other readers there are Tarot Literalists and Tarot Intuitives, I am of the later group. I have no familiarity of this regions weather or any other region other than the one for which I usually read. That being the case I will put the reading in more general terms than I would prefer. So here we go.
Death, the only card from the Major Arcana, isn’t as scary as it sounds. Death is a card that means transition or change. So whatever the trend has been for the last several days, week or weeks is about to reverse or flip. It it has been cooler then average then it will become hotter than average, wetter than average changes to drier you get the idea. Being that the card is from the Major Arcana I want to see it as an indication of a change in trend at least in the short term (the three days of the forecast) although the trend could last longer. I am thinking Rain for Thursday, not necessarily region wide, Expect conditions to be humid where there is no precipitation. Look for winds to be on the increase reaching their peak by the end of the forecast period though I don’t believe they will reach profound speeds, just higher than they are now. Dry conditions will be setting in through late Friday and Saturday. I have the weird feeling of fire conditions becoming an issue by Saturday though I don’t see temperatures getting that hot. That strikes me as unlikely as the Oregon and Washington wind side region is considered a temperate rain forest none the less dry and fire conditions is the sense I get of things.
That’s about all I can say about that and I hope it make sense.
Hug the people you love, look towards your Muse and have a better than average day.