Carly has suffered a mother’s worst nightmare, but I – Sybil the Psychic – plan to look into her General Hospital future to see what’s ahead for her.
By examining my crystal ball, laying out the cards, and reading the tea leaves, I plan to predict what’s coming up for Carly (Laura Wright). But I make no promises, because let’s face it – it’s not an exact science (and I’m not really that…talented). Okay, it’s time to dig in.
The crystal ball shows that Carly has suffered the worst blow imaginable – the loss of her son Morgan (Bryan Craig). Time has helped only a little so far as that pain runs way too deep.
But it seems that her anger towards a loved one…possibly a lover…has subsided after initial blame was cast his way. But the crystal ball shows that there has been betrayal and more heartache lies ahead for the mobster’s estranged wife.
A Few Weeks Down the Line
Carly reached in and pulled out the The World card from the tarot deck. This card is an indicator of a major and inexorable change, of tectonic breadth. It is indicative of growing maturity, a sense of inner balance and deeper understanding.
As for the past, it means you are on a path that will eventually bring you full circle, though it may take a while for you to realize this (could this be about reuniting with Sonny?).
As for the future, you must figure out what you want, your purpose, before you are able to accomplish it. This could be on the personal and/or professional front.
In reading the consultant’s tea leaves at the bottom of the cup, someone seems to be thinking of “the sitter” at the moment.
The letter spelled out looks to be a “J” (perhaps Jason). While it looks like there are some dark clouds ahead, they will eventually pass, opening up to a future that looks bright. But those blue skies are a ways off and some pain will need to be dealt with before they can be seen.
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