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Faeries, a Prediction, and a Lover's Moon
Wednesday, June 17th, 2009

I had an interesting day yesterday. Spent it in an emergency room rather than with my friends talking Donald Maas. The red-headed hellion is fine, but has a very nice goose egg on her head to go along with the pretty bruises up and down her back.

I did finally start working on my TBR pile. I’m doing my best to conquer Katharine Briggs’s The Fairies in Tradition and Lore. It reads like a textbook but is filled with a huge world of fairy stories. I’m hoping to find that spark of an idea…

And while surfing the other day, looking for some online Tarot instruction since I bought this pack of cards and the book that accompanies it sucks, I found a site that does FREE one-card readings. I submitted my question. Here’s the lovely response I got from “Moonbug”, my spirit guide:

Thank you so much for visiting me at the Free Tarot Network! I am happy to provide you a free one-card reading about your question: ‘Will I get another New York publishing contract before the year is out?’

What I like to do when inquiring of Spirit is to let them take the lead.
Rather than directly asking for a “yes” or “no” about the future, I prefer to ask in this way: ‘What would Spirit like for Deloris to know about her upcoming publishing venture?’ In this way, you allow for the “yes” or “no” if it is in your highest good to be presented to you, but it also allows for the possibility of additional information that may be of benefit about the journey of your contract process. Does that make sense?

So away we go! Before we begin, find a nice place where you can relax and receive the information quietly. Sit comfortably, uncrossing your feet and hands, and then close your eyes and draw in 3 big, deep breaths. Okay, that’s great.

I have drawn the 4 of Swords for you, which is so beautiful—I immediately felt a sense of peace. Swords are the suit of communication and 4 is a number of strength and foundation, so I can see you are in the right field.

Our maiden in the card (that would be you!) rests peacefully, while one sword stands readily at her guard, and the others hang and whisper gently in the evening breeze. The trees create a graceful arch of blossoms overhead, and in the distance, we see a shining star – to me, almost like the north star. I believe this is your contract, my dear.

This card speaks to me, not only of patience, but also of rest. Perhaps you have been working too hard. Take the time to smell the roses (they surround you, as you rest in this picture)! Get out and enjoy life a little this summer, and recapture that basic love that made you want to start writing in the first place. I have found that no matter what the profession, it always pays to go back to the basics.

Rekindle the roots of your fire and nurture the divine feminine in you, and I think your contract will present itself sometime in the fall . . . when the winds begin to blow.

Peace & blessings,
Moonbug

So you heard it from “Spirit”. Good news should come in the Fall. And I signed up to join the network so that I can do one-card readings under a mentor. Should I tell him I’m a newbie? Maybe we could have fun with readings on my blog or during our monthly chat!

And according to The Complete Idiot’s Guide to Wicca and Witchcraft, the June moon brings love, marriage (now, we know why women want those June weddings!), and success. So see there? I have double the good news today!

6 comments to “Faeries, a Prediction, and a Lover's Moon”

  1. ArkansasCyndi
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      · June 17th, 2009 at 8:44 am · Link

    Oh yeah! I want a one card reading!



  2. Brandy Walker
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      · June 17th, 2009 at 9:22 am · Link

    Awesome. I have a new and my first Tarot deck. I won it from Midnight Moon Cafe online. I want to start learning and have always wanted to do a card reading or have my palm read.

    I think it would be a fun thing to do on the site.

    Glad the red-headed hellion is okay.



  3. Delilah
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      · June 17th, 2009 at 9:46 am · Link

    Cyndi!
    If the network is busy the first time you try, be sure to go there first thing in the morning and enter again!

    Brandy!
    Join if you can. It should be fun!



  4. Wesley Nichols
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      · June 17th, 2009 at 10:13 am · Link

    How are you likeing Fairies in Tradition and Literature so far? Are you getting any ideas?



  5. Delilah
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      · June 17th, 2009 at 10:21 am · Link

    Wesley!
    I appreciate the recommendation you gave me for the book! I read through the intro, chapter one and most of two already. Nothing’s struck me yet, but I’m building a world in my head as I go!



  6. Wesley Nichols
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      · June 17th, 2009 at 2:57 pm · Link

    When you say chapters one and two, do you mean part 1: The Fairy people and part 2: Traffic with the Faeries or do you mean the first two chapters of part 1?