About @reefgirl3 – A Tarot reading knitter, with a love of cooking and loud music. I love my garden, my daughter and my partner, I love science fiction especially Hitchhikers Guide to the Galaxy. Star Trek, Star Wars and Babylon 5. I’m a big fan of F1, Wintersports and Cycling. In other words I’m an all round geek.
Italian GP – How did I do last time?
I think is was pretty much a win, Kimi got his Justice with Seb spinning and not being in a position to take the podium away from him, Mercedes were able to celebrate the win after being on the back foot all weekend and Seb feeling the victim after qualifying.
Astrologically speaking, with the Moon in Sagittarius a feeling of restlessness, impulsivness and independance may be seen on race day. With the Moon squaring Mercury, emotional outbursts over the radio may be in evidence too this weekend as well as being emotionally away with the fairies and tantrum throwing if real life interfears with their daydreams with the Moon also squaring Neptune.
Mood for the weekend – The World
What to look out for – Judgement
Outcome – Ten of Cups
Mood for the Weekend: The World
On the card, The map of Westeros is surrounded the sigil animals of the four main Westerosi families, the Lion of the Lannisters, the Stag of the Baratheons, the Dragon of the Targaryens and the Direwolf of the Starks.
This is a Major Arcana card, this symbolises the importance of the answer to this question.
This is the last card in the Major Arcana and it symbolises the end of a cycle. It’s time to move on from the previous part of your life, you’ve put all the pieces in place, you’ve overcome the trials and challenges set before you and you’ve succeeded and now it’s time to leave all that behind and choose your next path.
Things are ending so new era’s can start, as seen by Ferrari finally removing that semi permanent stain called Kimi so that they can give Charles Leclerc a chance to show the world what he can do in a top car. In addition, Lando Norris joins the grid but on the flip side, there seems to be no space for Esteban Ocon. This is the third time this card has shown up in the last four races; new beginnings are now starting to show up. The grid has been stagnant for a number of seasons; finally, things are starting to move forward.
What to look out for: Judgement
On the card, the Night King stands on the pier at Hardhome, his arms are aloft and the dead are rising to join him in battle.
This is also a Major Arcana card, the answer is important to this reading.
In Christianity, judgement day is when the dead rise and we have to give an account of ourselves and our action before God. This card says pretty much the same thing, except it’s not God we have to answer to, it’s ourselves.
Someone is going to have to take a long hard look at look at themselves and answer some tough questions about where their life is going, how things are progressing and have they done the best for themselves, the team and their career. If they can answer honestly then there is a chance to move on to the next phase, if something needs to be revisited and remodelled, you need to have the courage to try again.
If you’ve done everything to the best of your ability and you can review your career, so far, honestly, you are now able to move down the next path. (Could this be Seb?)*
Outcome: Ten of Cups
On the card, ten candles flicker in the Stark family crypt representing the dead of the family.
The suit of Cups represents the element of water; this in turn shows up emotions and intuition.
Traditionally, this card represents happy ever after, although happiness and the Stark family don’t often go hand in hand, it represents happy families and settling down.
I think this is saying, with all the changes on the grid, new drivers in new teams, rookies looking to make a name for themselves, people are going to find the happiness they’ve been looking for and have been missing in their previous teams. For those that have been longing for stability, happiness and a sense of belonging, the move to new teams will be just what they’ve been looking for.
The World card shows up again and over the last couple of weeks and this time it’s beginning to show its power, change is coming to a grid that has been stagnant for a few years. Talented youngsters are finally being given a chance to show what they’re made of, except Ocon maybe.
However, some of the more established drivers may have to take a long, hard look at themselves in the mirror now and ask themselves “Have I got what it takes to take on these young drivers on equal terms.” With all the shuffling of drivers, a lot of them I think will find something they have been missing in their old teams, a sense of belonging, family and harmony.
NOTE FROM TJ13: I must thank Corel for her contributions to this column in 2018, certainly there’s nothing like it out there on the Formula 1 internet media space!
Regardless of your beliefs or prejudices, TJ13 will always welcome everyone with open arms who shares a passion for F1, and I jumped at the chance of showcasing our new F1 Tarot column – So thank you Corel.
Today’s piece I feel must be commented on, because if you look back through Corals readings, there is an uncanny knack of reading the situation right within the paddock. Whether it be luck, the intuition of a dedicated F1 fan of some years (Corel certainly is that!), or an actual sense of reality via this remarkable and intriguing medium, the fact remains the TJ13 F1 Tarot column is a interesting read.
From my point of view, I find this week’s reading pointing toward Sebastian Vettel as Corel alluded to above.
Think back to 2017 at Singapore, the day Ferrari threw away their drivers Championship away for good. There have been instances before and most certainly since that fateful day where a genuine fan of the sport will start to question Sebastian Vettel and I indeed think he must have a niggling doubt in his own mind too.
Now with Leclerc coming, I sense Ferrari will basically give the Championship over to Hamilton yet again this year, with Vettel looking over his shoulder at Leclerc, conscious of a betrayal of trust with the Italian squad.
Should we start to believe those 4 championships actually belong to a bald, unassuming genius in Milton Keynes?