**Question:**

In the Timemap Toolkit for Level 2 (Daily Guidance), the directions state to select at random one of its four sets of cards from the stacks marked 1-24 and according to the letter D, A or I on the Timemap. Then we are to look up and read the Principle of Wholesomeness that corresponds to the number of the stack that we picked. What is the significance of the other 3 cards in the stack?

**The Seer:**

When the cards are bundled together, they jointly create a new meaning (one that corresponds to a Principle of Wholesomeness). This occurs because the four cards form an alchemical equation with a leveraged result.

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Arjay says

As long as the reader understands that there are 96 rune cards divided equally into D (the field of dreaming), A (the field of awakening) and I (the field of intent) which amount to 32 cards for each field. These 32 are then divided sequentially into 8 sets per field with 4 cards contained in each set coming to a combined total of 24 sets. The cards are gathered and held with a rubber band starting sequentially from rune card 1. Therefore the first set contains rune cards 1-4, the second set contains 5-8, the third 9-12 – and so on. Each of these gathered sets is labeled in sequence from 1 through 24 using a small slip of paper inserted in each rubber band. Therefore the first set of rune cards (1-4) is labeled 1, the second set (with cards 5-8) is labeled 2, the third set (cards 9-12) is labeled 3 – and so on.

This above is merely a varied description of the information contained in the timemap toolkit.

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Thank you to Almine for her explanation and to each of you for your comments. Just FYI…

“It’s” is an abbreviation for “it is”. Here are some simple rules from the internet:

Rule 1: When you mean it is or it has, use an apostrophe.

Examples:

It’s a nice day.

It’s your right to refuse the invitation.

It’s been great getting to know you.

Rule 2: When you are using its as a possessive, don’t use the apostrophe.

This question should read ‘one of it’s eight sets of cards…’ The idea of four cards comes into the story in that each set contains four cards.

Very intricate alchemy indeed. Thank you for this great question and clear response.