Okay, remember your question? Well, think of it as Spielberg doing Star Wars...



This first card is the card of your Past-- it is the old Star Wars Trilogy we all know and love, and can pretty much recite by heart by now. Long Ago In a Galaxy Far Far Away...

2 of Wands: Alliance--Lucille Ball and Vivien Vance


Lucy and Ethel plan a new scheme.
This is the card of "two heads are better than one." The Two of Wands recognizes that some things are just better done with an ally: someone to watch your back or give you a hand or provide feedback for your ideas; someone to share the blame when you get in trouble, and the credit when things go right.



The second card is where you are today, your Present; it's the current status of the New Trilogy, being produced at this very moment.

Card #13: Death--Christopher Reeve


Christopher Reeve at work.
"On Memorial Day weekend, 1995, my world changed forever"-Christopher Reeve, in "Still Me". The Death card of the Tarot implies major transformative life change, the kind of experience that completely changes your world. The bigger the change, the more frightening, but also the larger the inherent lessons.



The third card is the Future, the long-term vision for your question that right now exists only in the mind of God (or Steven).

King of Wands: Clark Gable as Rhett Butler


He's probably cheating.
The King of Wands is a rogue. A charming rascal, charismatic and intelligent, he's a bold adventurer and a heck of a lot of fun to be around, if you don't mind getting into dangerous situations. You can trust him with your life but don't trust him with your woman.





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