I'm using the "Basic Interpretation Guide" at Astrology Weekly and in Section 1 it says....
"Count the number of pictures in the circle (one looks like a circle with a dot inside it, one looks a little like a fork, etc.), but ignore the picture that looks like a key and the picture that looks like an upside down horseshoe. There are a total of 10 pictures."
I am trying to figure out which "picture" I am leaving out. Of the 10, I circled 9 of them in the chart below.
I know I'm not supposed to count the one that "looks like a key" or the one that "looks like a horseshoe."
Could someone tell me, of the 3 pictures on the chart below (with arrows next to them) which one I'm supposed to "count"?
The arrows are pointing to:
1 that is an obvious horseshoe
1 that looks like the letter P with a line
1 that looks like the letter K with a circle
Thanks so much...embarassed noob