It’s nice getting up early though.
1.) Within: King of Cups. Again with this card! It was the #1 card last time too. I shuffle the deck 7x before each reading, as instructed. That’s a 3-part shuffle each of the 7x (difficult because the deck is larger than my hands can comfortably hold it lengthwise).
Master of your subconscious, knowing the self enough to not be a slave to it but to learn & derive power from it. Connecting to the source. Intoxication. Good sleep.
2.) Without: Knight of Swords. Bla, bla, bla and stuff about creative breath…
Search or quest for knowledge, mundane or mystical. Quest for exultation and union with God. Search for truth.
I’m not overly impressed with the book that accompanied my cards, so I do some googling too. I really like the below from Psychic Revelation, for obvious, bolded reasons.
General: If you’re waiting for news from someone or something, you are likely to like what you hear. The Knight of Swords can point to lots of activity, travel, being out and about, getting things accomplished. You are unlikely to feel like waiting for anything to come to you; that’s a good thing… go after your heart’s desire.
Work: In relation to work questions, this is a particularly good omen if you are looking for work. A job that is just what you’ve been hoping for may suddenly come your way. If already employed, things are about to get a lot busier, in a very positive way. You will be getting so much accomplished that you may make your peers look bad. That’s mostly their problem, but don’t be obnoxious about it.
3.) Advice: King of Wands.
To redeem ones self, that is, to grasp the Holy Grail, one must be able to get it not by grace, but by the strength and goodness of their own free will. The King of Wands has control over his own energy, passion, creativity, his spirituality. He knows what he wants, what to do, and his illumination leads others.
Master of your own energy, soul, spirituality, creativity, life force, passions through knowledge and experience. Justice, righteousness, illumination of what was previously dark, misdeeds and bad intentions.
Worthy goals, but…
- Shamash / Utu, the Sumerian Sun God.
- Eye of Horus
I’m going to wrap this up & get ready for one of my shorter meditations of 22-minutes.