Do you want to be happy? Or do you want to be right?I can dress this statement up as much as I like. I can restate it in many ways so that I fulfil an acceptable number of words. But whatever I do, and whatever you're doing, it comes down to this: Do you want to be happy? Or do you want to be right?
Do you want "Happiness"? Or do you want the card on the right?I don't feel that the Nine of Cups or the Seven of Cups needs any further interpretation than that. In this reading, in the presence of the one card that is worth explaining because it will help you identify the area where they're active, they are simply symbolic of two opposing ideas. Do you want to be happy? Or do you want to be right? And if you're in any doubt, look at The Hierophant looking at you, and then look at his left hand, index finger held up against the Seven, middle finger gently resting against his thumb and pointing towards the Nine. Finally, I look at his hand and wonder: if he were to snap his fingers - to snap you gently to your senses, perhaps - what would be the first thought foremost on your mind? What is he drawing your attention to with this one efficient gesture?
Do you want to be happy? Or do you want to be right?Astrology Correspondences: Nine of Cups (Jupiter in Pisces), The Hierophant (Taurus), Seven of Cups (Venus in Scorpio)
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