Published February 11, 2019
One of the most important things I've learned in life is that there are no accidents! Everything happens for a reason, as it should, whether we recognize the reason for it at at the time or not. I grew up with a business family, and parents that gifted me with an analytical mind as well as my mediumship abilities. I have always been drawn to, and worked with numbers my whole life, a necessity when operating your own business, and handling your own finances. As a child, and young adult, I used to repeat the multiplication tables in my head whenever I got nervous! Having lived some fifty years in the corporate world, I never in my wildest dreams thought I would be spending the back end of my life enjoying my newfound career!
One thing has led to the next on my journey, and along the way I stumbled upon Cardology. I was doing a mediumship event on New Years eve a few years ago, and there was a woman offering a free reading of the cards of the magi. Although I was hopeful that her reading was accurate, it was not. It did however set me on a quest to find and lean everything I could about the origin and interpretation of the cards. I spent two full years with my head buried in every book I could get my hands on, including those written by Robert Lee Camp. I also took some individual classes that were being offered. I started studying daily events and following certain people, to see how the cards actually tied into current events in their lives.
I found Cardology to be an amazing way of tying together the numeric sequences in our lives with the astrological occurrences that occur. Clearly the cards of the magi can be studied for many years to continue to decipher the how and the why that they seem to magically work, and how if you dig deep enough into someone's specific spread, can extricate unbelievable details of events that not only have passed, but are yet to come. I also find it interesting, that even with certain knowledge, people will continue to override to some degree their path in life based on their own free will.
As well as doing my mediumship and psychic work, I now offer an online program to give people the tools they need to have the relationship of their dreams. As a part of that program, I use cardology to determine what their life path and soul purpose is, and decide whether or not the relationship they are looking to have with a specific person is viable. They can then decide if they want to expend any more energy trying to improve the situation they're in, or magnetize someone completely different into their lives. The cards will also offer information as to whether or not that possibility exists, and the timing for such an event. I could literally spend days giving them information that they could use in improving their lives.
On a personal note, I've found Cardology to be another way of me understanding certain things in my own life. As a medium, angels and guides on the other side, aren't going to give me any insight that could change or hinder my own soul growth and life path. Cardology, however, will give me the timing for events in my own life that I wouldn't necessarily have otherwise. In the past year and a half, I was able to time the death of my parents and a friend's mother within two weeks of each passing. I was also able to time my daughter in law's latest pregnancy as well as gender of the baby, and my youngest son's wedding!
As the old saying goes, "the more you learn, the more you learn"! I hope everyone enjoys reading the cards as much as I do, and I look forward to both learning and teaching more on Cardology as it comes up.
"The Massachusetts Medium"
June Edward's website: www.JuneEdward.com
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