Blind Spot Spread
This spread is used to enhance self-awareness. Questions about learning something about yourself or things that are hidden work very well with this spread, but actually no question is necessary.
- This card displays the obvious identity, the part of your self that you are consciously aware of and project to others.
- This card shows unconscious driving forces that neither you nor others are aware of about you. This is the Great Unknown. Nobody knows what this card means.
- The part of yourself that you conceal, that you don’t want others to know about is apparent in this card.
- This is your Blind Spot. This is what you asked about which you should be made aware of by this reading. You may wish to pay close attention to these mannerisms.
Your Blind Spot Reading
|What you know||What you don't know|
|What others know||
The Hanged Man
7 of Swords
|What others don't know||
This card displays your obvious identity, the part of you that everyone knows.
The Hanged Man
Enforced sacrifice, punishment, loss, fatal or voluntary, suffering, defeat, failure, death.
This card shows unconscious driving forces that neither you nor your company is aware of about you. This is the Great Unknown.
Triumph, victory, hope, memory, digestion, violence in maintaining traditional ideas, the "die-hard", ruthlessness, lust of destruction, obedience, faithfulness, authority under authority.
The secrets you keep from others are shown by this card.
Combination of forces, realization, action based on accurate calculation; the way of escape, success after elaborate manoeuvres.
This is your Blind Spot. This is what you asked about - what you wished to be made aware of by this reading.
7 of Swords
Moon in Aquarius - Futility
Netzach, in the suit of Swords, does not represent such catas trophe as in the other suits, for Netzach, the Sephira of Venus, means victory. There is, therefore, a modifying influence; and this is accentuated by the celestial rule of the Moon in Aquarius.
The intellectual wreckage of the card is thus not so vehement as in the Five. There is vacillation, a wish to compromise, a certain toleration. But, in certain circumstances, the results may be more disastrous than ever. This naturally depends upon the success of the policy. This is always in doubt as long as there exist violent, uncompromising forces which take it as a natural prey. This card, like the Four, suggests the policy of appeasement.
The symbol shows six Swords with their hilts in crescent formation. Their points meet below the centre of the card, imping ing upon a blade of a much larger up-thrusting sword, as if there were a contest between the many feeble and the one strong. He strives in vain.