I pulled two cards yesterday to check the outcome of a possible internet business deal with a rather known company. I had not done anything yet, but for some reason what they offered seemed a bit too good to be true, and I wanted to be on the safe side.
I used the Grail Tarot and a 2-card spread taught in the companion book.
The first card is is the Indicator, and gives me the answer to my questions. I had to laugh when I saw the 5 of Lances (5 of Wands). This card shows a knight arriving in a palace that is actually falling apart. The problem is that he is so mesmerised by the golden table and all the delicious food that he doesn't notice the cracks in the walls... I think the answer could not be more direct. Although the company promised many advantages in their offer, something about it isn't right. They tried to make me focus on the good stuff without wondering the nasty things that could come attached to it. What they are offering is not completely secure and could fall on my head eventually.
The second card is the Qualifier, and gives me something else about the situation. My card for that position was The Grail Seeker (the Fool). The first impression that I got was that the card was telling me to keep looking for a better, more trustworthy deal. But looking at the card again, I see the Seeker standing right before an abyss - I almost fell! Whew! You have to be careful when threading on these illusionary grounds of internet business...
Thank you for the heads up, dear Grail Tarot!
The Grail Tarot @ Giovanni Caselli & Eddison Sadd Editions