What does the stars hold for Methos? The Horsechicks of the Apocalypse decided to find out and
placed the results of a Tarot card reading on their hotel room door
for passers-by. Here's what it said...
Reading for Adam Pierson/Methos
Five of Cups (reversed)
The querant is encountering people from his past with whom
he must reconcile, or at least come to terms. Positions must be made
clear. Love is a possibility, but he must take care not to send confusing
Four of Wands (reversed)
The querant's progress, however, will be delayed. Uncertainty
blocks his path more than any visible foe.
The Sun (reversed)
The querant's overhanging mood is one of confusion and suspicion,
having suffered broken promises and betrayal. He has endured much
unhappiness and loss, and now simulates appreciation and enjoyment
of the world around him without quite feeling it.
Three of Swords
The querant's foundation repeats the theme of broken promises.
An alliance has collapsed, leaving him to flounder in the wreckage.
Alienation. Disorientation. Mistakes made amidst confusion. Disappointment
and a shattered heart.
Page of Swords
In the querant's past, we have shady dealings, but ones that
lead to insight. There is a clever spy, an inconspicuous witness to
important events. He observes what is around him without revealing
his own motives. While the information he received his useful, he
now no longer has immediate access to it.
The Devil (reversed)
The querant's future is very different from his past. He is
no longer troubled by money or greed. However, there is a warning
of a potentially dangerous situation that will require resources outside
of himself to overcome.
Eight of Cups
The opposing forces that lead the querant to ask for a reading
manifest in a change of plans. More, the abandoning of a path. He
leaves behind former friends to follow a higher path.
Knight of Wands (reversed)
The querant's environment is one of conflict. Those around
him have no focus, and succumb to all temptations. Discord. The loss
of a relationship.
Five of Wands
The querant's environment manifests itself again in his hopes
and fears. Conflict, tension, strong competition makes for a lengthy
struggle. Although he might fear the challenge, he hopes to learn
from past mistakes. Unfulfilled desires fuel upheaval and conflict.
Ten of Swords
The final card in the querant's reading harks back to his future
card: Destruction, annihilation, defeat and ruin. A showdown. However,
as this card is ruled by the Wheel of Fortune, the inevitable exhaustion
of a cycle gives way to a new era. This is the lowest point, but change