The other day I saw a picture of Jacob Rees-Mogg, taken during a Brexit debate. The image of a fox in gentleman’s clothing flashed into my mind. I decided to do a reading to find out what his real motives are.
Let me have men about me that are fat,
Sleek-headed men and such as sleep a-nights.
Yond Cassius has a lean and hungry look,
He thinks too much; such men are dangerous.
– Julius Caesar Act 1, scene 2, 190–195
Selfishness, weakness and temptation
Jacob Rees-Mogg feels he is coming to the realisation of a dream. He is aiming for a new business and is currently schmoozing someone.
There are indications that he views a shocking experience for the country and dreadful time of anxiety and stress for others (which he fully expects to happen) will be a great opportunity for him.
He expects a broadening and enjoyment of his own lifestyle. Abundance will be all around and it will be time for him to reach forth and get his share of it.
With money in the form of venture capital he expects good news in the form of a favourable legal decision and the awarding of a contracts. Reaping creative reward for innovative pursuits, is how he sees it.
It could be that others do not agree with the direction that he is heading.
Most likely it is something related to energy which has an environmental impact that would not be possible in EU.