Depending on position, the card may take a noun (person, place or thing) or descriptive meaning (such as an adjective). Both examples are provided. The cards can also be very literal, so literal meanings, if applicable, are provided as well.
Quick hit: News, arrival, quickly, speedy
Timing: One day, the first day of the month, January or immediate, rapid or fast
Detail: The Rider shows something that moves quickly and is arriving. It may be fast-moving news. He can also represent something new that’s coming onto the scene. The card shows quick and fast. Professionally, the Rider can be a mailman or woman, a romantic interest or an athletic person.
If you are exploring a same-sex romantic reading, this card can represent a same-sex partner or interest.
Compare: Compare the Rider as news to the 12 Birds as gossip or chatter.
1 Rider + 9 Bouquet = A coming gift
1 Rider + 21 Mountain = Blocked news
1 Rider + 35 Anchor = New job (versus career)
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