Trojan Horse Spread
On This Day
Both The Iliad and
The Odyssey began as oral tradition and were transcribed centuries after their composition.
Troy was sacked and burned on this day in 1184 BCE. Virgil’s Aeneid describes how, after ten warring years, the Greeks devised a new strategy. Constructing a massive wooden horse and hiding men inside, they pretended to sail away, leaving the horse behind. The Trojans, thinking it a victory prize, brought the horse inside the gates. Under the darkness of night, the Greeks crept out of the horse, opened the gates, sacked Troy, and ended the war.
Summation of Spread
Attraction and energy are associated with the suit of Wands. Wands are the element bringing life to our body, intention to our actions, and passion to our projects. Wands can change our world if we let them light our way.
Do you have a Trojan horse in your life? The metaphor is useful whenever someone has used trickery to bring an enemy inside. This spread was created to examine elements you invite into your life that may not be in your best interest. This is especially helpful for the person who finds themselves re-creating similar situations and wants to break the habit. Often the enemy behind the gate is ourselves.
Cast Your Cards
Cast your cards with a warrior’s determination.
1. What false truth have I allowed in?
2. What negativity do I attract with this belief?
3. Why must I stop doing this?
4. What step can I take to get rid of it?
5. How does my life change as a result?
6. What new belief can I fill the space with?
7. What helps me do it effortlessly?