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need a good 'event' spread


I haven't been able to find a spread that would be good for a court case.
There is a trial about to begin towards the end of this month.
I'd like to know if there is a good spread for this sort of event.

what kind of spreads have been used for sports? elections? {oh- I know where to go to find elections}

anyone ever do a reading for the out come of a jury trial?
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Here is one I made for myself a few weeks ago. I don't know how much it would help with your situation but I thought I would share anyway.

1. How querent feels going into event
2. How querent will feel during the event
3. How querent will feel after event/at the end of event
4. Higher power (advice)
5. Obstacle to look out for
6. Outcome

And I placed them in a pyramid form like so:

..........6.........
.....4........5.....
1........2.........3

I hope that helped.

Love and Light,
Destiny
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Here's a fun little spread I use for auditions, tweaked to fit the situation:

Take Justice and Judgement out of your deck, placing them aside for now. Shuffle your deck and pull 7 cards. Place Judgement in the new stack and shuffle again, focusing on the trial. Put Justice at the top of your alter and place the cards like so-

................Justice..............
...........1..................2.......
........3........................4....
......5.............................6
...7..................................8

Cards 1 and 2 represent the opposing sides.
Cards 3 and 4 represent their goals.
Cards 5 and 6 represent why they wish their goals to be met.
Cards 7 and 8 represent the scales of Justice, the ultimate decider of the the victor.
Note where Judgement falls, as that side is likely to win if nothing weird happens during the proceedings.

It's a fun little spread and pretty insightful too. Hope it helps!

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Destiny- your right about the spred not being quite what I need-
most spread involve a Querent- here there is none. I'm asking about it, but I have no major involvement really (no need for advise), for the outcome of the case no, matter what it is, won't change my life. lol.....but there is another issue that your spread will work for- thx

Artemis Sans-
this one; I say, shall be the one I use-
do you normally pull justice & judgement from the deck for you audition readings?
cards 5 & 6 will be interesting- for the goal of the opposing side
is freedom (facing murder 1 charges) and the goal on the other side, of course, is a sentencing.....gosh....wonder what cards will pop up there.
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