On a Two of Wands day it’s imperative you seize the bull by the horns and progress that something to the next stage.
Easter is an excellent time to consider that the doctrine of the resurrection leads straight to that of judgement, which like Karma, leads to the moment when the ‘rewards’ for your past efforts appear. Sounds scary, I admit. But the wisdom of the Tarot suggests that for those who’ve met certain preconditions, judgement is a time of transformation, healing, and – at long last … Read More Resurrection leads to Judgement and from there to ….?
On a divinatory level, the Five of Cups implies regret over past actions. Something has gone wrong – we feel betrayed and abandoned by one whom we thought we could trust. Even worse, at some level we know we ourselves have played some part.
With the sun in Leo (leadership) and the moon in Sagittarius (adventurous philanthropic pursuits), today is a King of Wands day. In the King of Wands, we meet first-hand astrological fire symbolising the human imagination in its most dynamic aspect. Ever wondered why we ‘dream’ by the fireside and ‘light a candle’ to ‘show the way’? It’s because fire speaks in a primitive language … Read More It’s a King of Wands Day – take the challenge and rise above yourself to be a leader of men
With the sun in Leo (creative self-expression) and the moon in Libra (balance and compromise), today is a Two of Swords day. On a divinatory level, the Two of Swords implies a tense state where we’ve closed our eyes to life’s problems rather than trying to sort them out. Interestingly, the information and motivation needed to succeed are already in place. So the problem … Read More It’s a Two of Swords Day – time for a ‘sick headache’