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How would the reading change if you read it from right to left?
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Having done a lot of geomancy recently, my first thought was "what do you mean, you don't read them right to left to begin with?" ...anyway have a story :)
Left to right: a common street performer turns out to be a goddess in disguise! The wisest men of the land are shaken and can't agree on what just happened as it ruins their preconceived notions.
Right to left: the ministers scheme against the empress, but she sees through their plans. She sneaks out during the party and switches her cup with the cup that belongs to of one of the ministers...
02/07/2013 at 04:35 AM
I am a chinese tarot reader in Beijing of China. From my point of view, the left is a servant girl, who is preparing the banquet. The empress is waiting for the banquet ready. The right is five old man, who are invited to the banquet.
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05/02/2013 at 08:55 PM
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