By Joy Vernon January: Looking Toward the Ideal © 2016 by Rex Van Ryn, Steve Dooley, and Andy Letcher. Published by Weiser Books. Used by permission.www.englishmagictarot.com New Year’s Day brings an abstract, slightly disengaged Moon in Aquarius. The Moon is known for being emotional and intuitive, but when in analytical, idealistic Aquarius, she becomes detached, almost dissociative. Although weak when expressing personal desires, this lunar placement is highly effective for far-seeing overviews that benefit from that remote, emotionless, judgment — and right now these qualities are offered a helping hand from Jupiter in harmonious Libra. The tarot card is the...Read More
By Joy Vernon November: Explore and Grow 8 of Expression: (Mercury in Sagittarius) from the Mythical Goddess Tarot, author Sage Holloway, artist Katherine Skaggs. © 2008 by Sage Holloway and Katherine Skaggs. Used by permission. www.starchalicesisters.com of Fire If you stay up bleary-eyed watching the returns on Election Day, you’ll be awake for the late night sign change of Mars. The planet of aggression and ambition moves from business-like Capricorn into idealistic Aquarius — the sign of innovation and outside-the-box thinking. We might see something surprising and unexpected happen! Or, with the malefic qualities of Mars and the technological...Read More
By Joy Vernon The Sun moves into Libra on September 22, officially beginning the fall season. The tarot card for the Sign of the Scales is Justice. Like the equal length of day and night, Justice represents balance, impartiality, and equal partnerships. Libra is ruled by the planet Venus, who governs love and beauty, and is represented by the tarot’s Empress. September: Truth Will Out “Two of Swords” from Modern Spellcaster’s Tarot by Melanie Marquis and Scott Murphy. © 2016 by Melanie Marquis andScott Murphy. Used by permission from Llewellyn Worldwide, Ltd., www.Llewellyn.com. In the Kabbalah, the Empress card...Read More
By Joy Vernon Leo: The Authentic Self STRENGTH XI FROM THE FOUNTAIN TAROT, BY JONATHAN SAIZ, JASON GRUHL, ANDI TODARO, SELF-PUBLISHED 2015. Leo is represented by the tarot card Strength. The Strength card shows a woman holding a lion’s jaws with an infinity sign above her head. In some decks, a male hero subdues a ferocious beast, or sometimes a woman sits next to a broken pillar. The lion in the Strength card represents the difficult-to-control passions of the unconscious. The theme of the Strength card is to reveal yourself authentically — and inspire and empower others...Read More
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