Wednesday, January 31, 2018

Good Morning and Welcome! to The Fool’s Tarot for 01/02/2018; the deck today is the *Night Sun Tarot* by Fabio Listrani. I like this deck a lot, and it reads very well; I can highly recommend this deck to anyone. Today is Thursday, and therefore I have physical rehabilitation this morning; I now find on the days that I have rehab I am not moved to write and carry on and chit & chat like a southern belle over some mint juleps. Therefore, on these days, at least for the next 6 weeks, there won’t be much personal contribution. That being said, let’s get on with it . . . Yee-haw! Grin. My draw today is as follows: A) Guiding Arcana = XVIII The Moon (again!); B) Animus = VI of Swords; C) Anima = 10 of Pentacles, and my oracular card for the day, from *Revelations Oracle Cards” by Paul Miller, is #8 Huntress. Here are appropriate explanations for the cards, and I shall add that another day in the Moon doesn’t surprise me, especially at this time, with the triple lunar event last evening. We didn’t see it here in France, but I am extremely aware of its vibrational effect on the world and people. I know it shall have its effect regardless of what people think, and an interesting year is forming ahead. I ask the Cosmos to grant us ALL the WILL to evolve this year, as the alternative is going to be woeful. Be Well! Be Zen. Be Blessed!!     
 XVIII the Moon – “The Moon card refers to a deep state of sensitivity and imaginative impressionability, developed within a womb of deep relaxation. Here we dream and go into trance, have visions and receive insights, wash in and out with the psychic tides, and experience deep mystical and/or terrifying realities beyond our ordinary senses. In a state of expanded consciousness, we cannot always control what happens. The Moon card represents the ultimate test of a soul's integrity, where the membrane between the self and the unknown is removed, and the drop of individuality re-enters the ocean of being. What transpires next is between a soul and its maker. Listen to the body and its unique wisdom. Rely upon your inner resources as your best source of support and security. The Moon card advises that you trust your instincts and intuitions. Your aboriginal body, which is connected to all living things, is sharper and quicker than the cultivated, civilized self. The everyday mind may not be prepared for strange oceanic circumstances. Plus, it has no game plan. Your intuitive body will support you unerringly if you do not interfere with or try to control what you perceive. A better approach would be to meditate. Try to just be a witness. Do nothing; let nature carry you forward. This may be your best option in this situation.” (                                    Six of Swords – “The Six of this suit has generally been associated with the objectivity of scientific method, employed through the generations to sift fact from superstition, build facts into theories, and theories into laws which we can trust and use to improve our lives. One early title for this card was The Navigator -- one who has learned enough about the relation between the Earth and the heavens to be able to set a course across trackless oceans and arrive at a chosen spot on distant shores. At the time of the first Tarot decks, this skill was considered akin to magic, so few were the individuals who understood the principles involved. So the person who draws this card is being typified as a person with special knowledge,
 an insight into sophisticated techniques that may be powerful enough to effect a rescue in a dangerous time. Other related titles that are common to this card are The Path (out of danger) and The Way Through. Others will be grateful that you responded quickly to the need for immediate action. The Six of Swords in this position reminds you that time is of the essence. You've seen the big picture, and good ideas have occurred to you about what needs to be done. Now it is necessary to take action. There may be no more time for debate. If the game plan has become clear, your next step could be to commit yourself to pursue changes that will lead to improvement. Overcome the tendency to get distracted. You do not have time for approval seeking. Once you initiate action, others will be grateful for your clear thinking and quick reflexes. It's a special gift to be able to navigate in times of rapidly changing and unpredictable circumstances, when a cool head and right timing are most essential.” (Ibid)  Ten of Pentacles – “The Ten of this suit represents the final result of cumulative efforts -- perhaps after generations of effort -- resulting in such abundance that it directly and indirectly supports a lot of people. One layer of meaning refers to the pride of supporting your own lineage of well-loved souls. Imagine a flow of abundant resources so abundant that you are filled with not only pride but self-respect and gratitude. Such bounty can impact the destiny of many families and generations. Nobility obligates is possessors, and the obligation must be passed down from generation to 
generation along with the abundance and freedom. You have the potential power to be a benefactor. The Ten of Coins . . . advises that you think of yourself as one who may be of great benefit to people. No matter whether it be a service, an invention or an idea -- you know you are holding a storehouse of value. Your potential treasure is enough to take care of you and yours for a long time. Exactly how are you going to administer the rewards of your talent? Recall the time when you began this current path or endeavor. Remember your sincerity, your innocence and your original vision. Can you reproduce success and sustain inspiration as the administrator of your present abundance? Think of every act of spending and investing and securing as the sowing of seed that will sprout and produce another money tree in somebody else's yard. How can you get really clever and inventive at throwing those seeds? This is your next assignment.” (Ibid)                                                                                        #8 Huntress – “Raw. Calculated. Unyielding. The Huntress is most wise and shrewd, raw in nature and fearless in heart. She is here to help you seek out that which is missing in your life. She reminds you to be aware of your sense of sounds, tastes and smells. She sees for others when they cannot see for themselves. You may be sought out for your wisdom in all matters of life. This is a reminder to not take any more than what belongs to you. The Huntress also represents releasing and letting go of the past. Stay true in your essence of who you are, be being bold, fearless and powerful. ‘I am Wise’.” (LWB to *Revelation Oracle Cards.*)

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