A Simple Event-Timing Spread

Accurately  foretelling the time-frame for an anticipated event is the second of the “Three Great Challenges” facing any diviner. The primary focus of a predictive reading is obviously “whether” the event is going to happen at all; next comes “if yes, when?” The question of “where” is a distant third, usually overshadowed by secondary considerations for the main thrust of the inquiry – “if yes, what, why, how and who?” I’ve experimented with more complex approaches to the timing of events, but have always thought that simpler has to be better (even though it still doesn’t escape all constraints of judgment and common sense). Here is my latest attempt at simplification. Although they might suggest further delays, I’m not going to use reversals with this spread for the time being.

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