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Hi there! Come in, don’t be shy.

You can call Mistress Hekate. I’m exited to help guide your spirit through the wilderness of life. Trough writing, I hope to pass on my teachings and ideas to help all people feel connected and in tune with their physical and spiritual bodies. I like to see myself as a positive being, a shoulder to cry on and counsellor to advise, if this comes across in my writing to you then I see that as a job well done. Even if you do not believe in practices of witchcraft, I want to relay a positive message to you all, the world needs different believers, as long as those beliefs don’t hurt anyone.

Are you ready?

Then open the card below and let’s start our journey.

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2 OF WANDS INTERPRETATION

Classic meanings: Between the alternative readings there is no marriage possible, on the one hand, riches, fortune, magnificence, on the other, physical suffering, disease, chagrin, sadness, mortification. The design gives one suggestion, here is a lord overlooking his dominion and alternately contemplating a globe, it looks like the malady, the mortification, the sadness of Alexander amidst the grandeur of this world’s wealth.

In addition, it means for love: He will look at you with serious eyes, but not the kind that makes you wonder what you’d done wrong. The kind that makes you wonder what you’d done right.

Original description of the card by the author – Arthur Edward Waite: A tall man looks from a battlemented roof over sea and shore, he holds a globe in his right hand, while a staff in his left rests on the battlement, another is fixed in a ring. The Rose and Cross and Lily should be noticed on the left side.

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THE STAR INTERPRETATION

Classic meanings: Loss, theft, privation, abandonment. In other circumstances it could also mean hope and bright prospects.

Concerning love, this card is clarified by: Soon enough, she stopped caring who was watching – for a brief time, two of them were a universe of two.

Original description of the card by the author – Arthur Edward Waite: A great, radiant star of eight rays, surrounded by seven lesser stars—also of eight rays. The female figure in the foreground is entirely naked. Her left knee is on the land and her right foot upon the water. She pours Water of Life from two great ewers, irrigating sea and land. Behind her is rising ground and on the right a shrub or tree, whereon a bird alights. The figure expresses eternal youth and beauty. The star is l’étoile flamboyante, which appears in Masonic symbolism, but has been confused therein. That which the figure communicates to the living scene is the substance of the heavens and the elements. It has been said truly that the mottoes of this card are “Waters of Life freely“ and “Gifts of the Spirit.“

The summary of several tawdry explanations says that it is a card of hope. On other planes it has been certified as immortality and interior light. For the majority of prepared minds, the figure will appear as the type of Truth unveiled, glorious in undying beauty, pouring on the waters of the soul some part and measure of her priceless possession. But she is in reality the Great Mother in the Kabalistic Sephira Binah, which is supernal Understanding, who communicates to the Sephiroth that are below in the measure that they can receive her influx.

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THE SUN INTERPRETATION

Classic meanings: Material happiness, fortunate marriage, contentment.

The meaning for love is clarified by specific arcanum: It is not a crush, it’s a crash. You are the sun, and he is crashing into you.

Original description of the card by the author – Arthur Edward Waite: The naked child mounted on a white horse and displaying a red standard has been mentioned already as the better symbolism connected with this card. It is the destiny of the Supernatural East and the great and holy light which goes before the endless procession of humanity, coming out from the walled garden of the sensitive life and passing on the journey home. The card signifies, therefore, the transit from the manifest light of this world, represented by the glorious sun of earth, to the light of the world to come, which goes before aspiration and is typified by the heart of a child.

But the last allusion is again the key to a different form or aspect of the symbolism. The sun is that of consciousness in the spirit—the direct as the antithesis of the reflected light. The characteristic type of humanity has become a little child therein—a child in the sense of simplicity and innocence in the sense of wisdom. In that simplicity, he bears the seal of Nature and of Art, in that innocence, he signifies the restored world. When the self-knowing spirit has dawned in the consciousness above the natural mind, that mind in its renewal leads forth the animal nature in a state of perfect conformity.

Is there one God that rules the world of Tarot, or, perhaps – many Gods who dwell in the cards from the times immemorial?

Personally, I believe that there is not a singular divine being who influences our world but instead a divine energy that feeds into the universe’s core, and we all contribute to this energy. That is not to say that simply staying positive is the cure to everything, but it is certainly not a bad start. I see negativity often gain more ground and popularity than positivity and it damages the soul of myself and the world.

Through meditation, I have seen the beautiful colours of the world that can only be seen through your mind. I have felt the flow of angelic energy through my body and I know that you can feel it too. You may think that my words are utter poppycock and that this is all just a placebo inside of my head. To that I say, so what if it is? If I can find myself in a state of calm and euphoria when practicing tarot and meditation, then it doesn’t matter to me whether I got there through true spirit or a placebo effect.

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What am I good at?

My specialities include reading tea leaves and working with tarot card interpretation. I think both of these practices are divine and can help you more than you may know. However, I do not claim to know everything, and I am excited to accompany you all on the journey and learn with you.

One thing that I am frequently asked is what my favourite tarot card is and the answer to that is The Sun. In my mind, it is one of the most positive cards that you can pull in a reading and as someone who has dealt with anxiety and depression for most of her life, I can say that seeing it never fails to put a smile on my face and it will always give me that semblance of hope that I so truly desire.

In my mind, my spirit is best represented through the moth, a being flying to the light and forever searching for its desire. If you see a moth remember these words that Mistress Hekate said to you, keep searching and don’t give up for you will eventually find your light.

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