Cotd for Tuesday, September 2, 2014 is from the Legend of the Divine Tarot by Ciro Marchetti 2009, Llewellyn Publications.
Two of Coins: “A colorful figure grasps two coins. They might represent material or spiritual values, and he wishes to hold on to both. This will require decisions and choices based on any number of influences, from training and life experience, with lessons learned from the past, to instinct and gut feeling about the future. This balancing act is symbolized here as he cycles along, his progress constantly oscillating between a rainbow path of hope and the buffeting of life’s turbulent waves.” ~Ciro Marchetti Continue reading
Cotd for Monday, September 1, 2014 is from the Legend of the Divine Tarot by Ciro Marchetti 2009, Llewellyn Publications.
The High Priestess: Intuitive, deep, secretive, keeper of hidden sacred knowledge, lunar, memory, reflection. The High Priestess represents the qualities of all virgin goddesses–she is receptive, inclusive, assimilating, and aware. The High Priestess is the gate keeper of profane, mundane, and spiritual knowledge alike. When the High Priestess appears, pay attention to your intuition, hunches, and dreams. ~Leisa ReFalo Continue reading
Today’s cards are from the Legacy of the Divine Tarot by Ciro Marchetti, 2009 - Llewellyn Publications.
The cotd is the Two of Cups. Keywords: Good rapport, one-on-one, kindred spirits, marriage, mutual interests, emotional compatibility, joy, reflection, pleasure, love, warm friendship, attachment. Meanings: This card represents committed love as well as deep personal relationships between friends and family. Loving energy is exchanged and is nurturing. Mutual interests can be enjoyed. (from the companion book)
“Love’s greatest gift is its ability to make everything it touches sacred.” ~Barbara De Angelis
Oracle Guidance for week beginning Sunday, August 24, 2014 from the Oracle of Shadows & Light by Lucy Cavendish.
The Violet Duchess is about as miserable as a Duchess can be. “She is tired of the stuffiness of people around her, of being proper, formal, and ever so ladylike! She finds herself restricted by a world where manners and protocols have become more important than spontaneity, magick, and freedom, and she longs for that.” Continue reading