Y&R spoilers show that Jack Abbott is devastated over the loss of his son Keemo and is desperate to bond with his granddaughter Allie but I, Sybil the Psychic, plan to look into his future to see what’s in store for Jack and his family’s new addition.
Y&R Spoilers Spoilers: Jack Abbott Must Make Amends
By examining the crystal ball, laying out the cards, and reading the tea leaves, I plan to predict what’s coming up for Jack (Peter Bergman). But I make no promises because let’s face it – it’s not an exact science (and I’m not really that…talented). Okay, Let’s take a plunge into what the future may hold.
The crystal ball shows that it is time for Jack to make a sacrifice. An old way of thinking or doing must die in order to pave the way for something new to come in. Jack may need to approach his granddaughter Allie (Kelsey Wang) much differently than he did his son Keemo. He must show her that he is a different man now than he was when he learned of Keemo. Can he show that he has evolved and is better equipped to handle forging a new path? Can they build a family bond that is solid? Or is it too late? Let’s see what the cards have to say.
Y&R Spoilers: Family Ties
Jack Abbott pulled the Hanged Man card, which suggests a period of transition. Old ways must die to make way for a new way of doing and seeing things. It signifies upheaval to pave the way for a new experience. Patterns must be broken to gain a new perspective.
The card hints that Jack may need to search within for answers. He can move forward only after careful consideration. His next steps will be seeds towards the future for both Jack and Allie so he must be sure-footed in his approach to the situation. The Abbott charm cannot be the fallback plan. Real emotional evolution must be shown. Can Jack offer Allie true substance as her grandfather? Will he release his old patterns for the greater good? Better yet, can he do right by Keemo after all these years by the way he supports Allie moving forward?
Only when Jack digs deep into his soul and finds his inner John Abbott (the late Jerry Douglas) can he create the family patriarch he craves to be. The Hanged man card suggests some sort of metamorphosis through breaking patterns. He needs to plan carefully to bring about a meaningful outcome. Will Jack be able to change his patterns for the greater good? Be the man he desires to be? Put another’s well-being before his own? The answer would be classified as a maybe.
Further Into Jack Abbott’s Future
In reading these tea leaves, I, Sybil the Psychic, spy an owl, which indicates a warning about moving into new ventures. Jack will need to really show growth and change for a positive outcome. He must do the work. It all rests on Jack’s shoulders.
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