Kipper draw~ updated*

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The card #7 Pleasing Letter and the card #23 Court means news of a decision, or news from the court. So I know this draw deals with the legal matter, as the post  below with the Gypsy cards did. I was at first confused with the Rich Good Lord being there, but after a little research understand it’s meaning.

For one, #13 Rich Good Lord can represent a young man, business oriented; it can also represent banking, financial transactions.

It could represent the younger of the two lawyers on our case, giving us the Court’s news; but I think it goes deeper than that. The Rich Good Lord can also be describing an event. As such, it’s favorable, successful, or of an official nature..

When you combine the #23 Court with the #13 Rich Good Lord you also get the meanings of a judicial procedure that is connected with the bank. Maybe the Court will force her to pay? I don’t know, but there is a hint of financial transactions connected to news from the court.

This smacks of a settlement being reached to me! It doesn’t seem to matter what type of deck I use, they are all trying to convey similar messages (as they should!)- but I’m just still so in awe to see the messages unfold.

As with the Lenormand, there are plenty of layers of meanings when you learn to successfully combine the cards.At first, you think it’s pretty clear cut, one dimensional; but then as you continue working with them you discover the more subtle nuances and a whole new world opens up!

Working regularly with these decks, that new language is starting to really unfold.

Update: only a few hours later, I received an email from the younger lawyer (I was right, even though that’s not how I would have perceived him!) of court news.
It’s not a financial deal yet- but the right person came forward and had news from the judge…that’s a hit! This draw came about very quickly!

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