Happy Valentine’s Day, my dears, to those of you who celebrate it! And to those of you who don’t, Happy February 14th! May it be better than yesterday. 🙂 Today’s draw is the reversed Four of Swords. Things are moving, and you should be moving too. The charms are The Woman, The Quest Die (on “What?”), and The Lantern. What have you awoken? Because something is awake now, and it might not be happy. I hope you know what you’re doing. I hope we all know what we’re doing. We’ve stepped off into another realm, and the rules are different here, my dears. So watch your step, don’t do anything stupid, and be polite. Oh, and shields up just in case. And also chocolate. Chocolate is good.
Good morning, friends. Today’s draw is Nott, The Star. She guides the way out of the darkness. Take heart, my dears. With the charms falling the way they do here and the rune Ear signifying transitions and passages into and out of darkness, we are guided to have faith. Where is your heart? The Home charm falling right next to the Quest Die set at “Where?” which has fallen right on Nott’s heart leads us to ask if home is truly where the heart is. What do you love more than anything else? How can you make your home more inviting? You are in process, in transition. The web is being woven around you. Make your world beautiful today.Give yourself gifts of beauty. Anything to help you hang on through the dark.
Today’s draw is the Four of Cups, and in The Giants’ Tarot by Raven Kaldera (the one I’ve been mostly using lately), the Four of Cups is represented by Hevring, the Undine of Sorrow. Her name means “Heaving Wave,” which is what sorrow feels like. The rune is Fehu, a rune of good fortune and wealth, so that’s good. The charms are The Live Preserver, The Artist, The Magic Wand, The Ghost, The Man, The Stroller, and the Quest Die which has fallen on the question, “Who?” Who are you? Hang onto who you are today, my friends. Remember your wishes and dreams; remember where your magic comes from. Let what you gather to yourself be what means most to you. And ask for help if you need it.