Hide And Seek

Tarot cards can be used in combination with dowsing techniques to hunt for missing items.

The other day I got a Skype call from my sister in France. She teaches English as a freelancer with several client organisations including colleges. It’s been exam time again, and she wondered if I would take a look to try and help her ‘find’ a missing examination paper.

She gave me the background. I fetched a pendulum. It wasn’t one I’d used before so I asked it to show me its signals for yes, no and maybe. It showed me that it would use a clockwise circle to say yes, an anticlockwise circle to say no, and a tick tock motion to say maybe or to to indicate that it was still thinking.

I asked,  Is the lost paper recoverable? I got a clockwise circle. Yes. (Good.)

I asked, Does M (this was my sister) have it in her sphere of  keeping at this moment?

I got a vigorous anti clockwise movement…an emphatic no.

I asked: Does F (the colleague my sister had been co-marking with, who had reported the paper as lost) have it in her sphere of keeping at this moment?

I got a clockwise movement. Yes.

This was a relief to my sister, but she wanted to know if F would be able to find the missing exam paper quickly. Losing one was no joke at any time or for any reason but it belonged to a very deserving and conscientious student, too.

Where might it be now, she asked, and what were the chances of the lost paper would be found that same day or at least, quickly?’

I drew 6 upright cards out of eight. This was an encouraging answer with an affirmative implied. It looked strongly likely that the paper would be recovered that same day.

Then I focussed on imagery in the individual cards to suggest clues as to where it might be. I had a lot of 3’s in my row of cards, I noticed. I had 3 cards with a number 3 attached.

I had The Empress (Major Arcana Three) Motherhood? Was someone in F’s office having a baby? I asked.

I had the 3 of Coins (3 sharing an office?) Were there 3 desks in F’s shared office?

I had the 3 of wands Reversed (Someone was away? Someone was absent from Education)

Up to 5 people currently used F’s office, my sister explained. There were 3 desks. One colleague was away on Maternity leave and had just had a baby boy. Someone else was using her desk right now.

Well, I said, I don’t know, but I think it’s just been misplaced in F’s office. And the number 3 looks like the Tarot’s clue to where the lost paper is right now.

I drew another card. It was The Page of Swords. The suit of swords is strongly associated with IT and Computers. The Page to me often signifies a window or a screen.

The Rider-Waite Page of Swords (U.S Games)

‘News is coming soon, I think,’ I said to my sister. ‘Look out for the exam paper being near a window or computer screen. And this card can mean an email.’

‘Hang on!’ she said. ‘One’s coming through right now.’

It was an email from F. The missing paper had been found. It had got in with the wrong batch of papers.

It had got in with the YEAR 3 papers.

Questions and comments welcome.

About Katie-Ellen Hazeldine

Tarot Reader, Consultant & Writer in Lancashire, UK. Not fortune telling. Advisory readings with a focus on specifics and with forecasts as appropriate.
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4 Responses to Hide And Seek

  1. Excellant!

    I’ve used a pendulum to locate lost items in the past but never thought of using tarot cards in this way.

    I’ve learned something new, and the day is still young 🙂

    Thank you

    Catherine
    Foresight

    • Thank you for your feedback Catherine. I’m delighted to think the info might prove of use to someone else. You will find another post on here about an occasion where I used pendulum and cards in combo for hunting a lost item, ‘Death Card, Dowsing & The Diamond Ring’. Please drop by again!
      Best wishes, Katie-Ellen

  2. Donnaleigh says:

    Absolutely fantastic use of complimentary systems! Fun to read.

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