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Spell: Old Midsummer’s Day Divination

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In ancient times this date was considered Midsummer, and worshippers held festivals and plays today. Now, this day seems an ideal time to continue celebrations left over from July 4. We can also add the time-honored method of card divination as part of the festivities. To do so, get your favorite tarot deck. The person you will read for should shuffle the deck and then cut it with his or her left hand. Pull four cards. These represent summer, fall, winter, and spring for the person seeking the reading. Each card should give clues about particular moods, events, and potentials for each season in the coming year.

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