Have you ever come upon a playing cards while walking down the street?
This curious thing happened few times both to me and my friends: a Four of Hearts at the bus stop, a crumpled Ace of Clubs near the trash bin and a lonely Two of Spades on the sidewalk.
You might wonder whether that card is trying to tell you something, as a messenger sent by the Universe.
Carl G. Jung believed that many experiences perceived as coincidence are due not merely to chance, but instead potentially reflect a meaningful message relating to your life in that very moment.
Moreover playing cards are a traditional tool used in divination and they have a full system of symbols that works exactly as a language.
If you have encountered a playing card on your way and you feel it is talking to you but you don’t understand its curious language, I am here to help you!
Take a picture of your finding and send it to me by email or by direct message on Instagram.
Mention the place, the time and the position of the card (face up or face down).
I will be happy to translate and interpret the message of the Universe for you.
In order to avoid the fortune cookie effect and their good for all message, I will ask you few questions so that the interpretation will be like a piece advice, tailored to your current life situation.
I will collect all the pictures of the Lost&Found playing cards and I hope one day to have a mosaic of a whole deck, with contributions from all over the world.
I would be grateful if you could help me spreading the word: please forward this post to your friends and talk to them about Lost&Found Project.
The mosaic will have no geographical barrier and the more, the merrier!
NOTE: I will read only cards found on the same day or maximum in the week. Interpreting cards that were found months or yeras earlier would be meaningless.
Let me close by sending a message of sympathy to all the people who have been left with useless decks.
To see the gallery of the lost&found playing cards click here and scroll down to the end of the post.