Card of the Day – The Fool – Friday, May 12, 2017

Tarot by Cecelia

No expletives will be used in the making of this post, but by now many of you may find yourself using a few. The best way I can describe today’s Fool card is… I don’t bleeping care anymore. If you were exercising care and caution with regard to a particular situation for as long as you remember, something which has just occurred at the Full Moon has certainly changed your attitude as to how to handle it, possibly with kid gloves prior to this, and now you are done tiptoeing around the whole thing.

It honestly does not feel wrong to throw caution to the wind at this time, for I feel you are DONE. Period. End of story. No one could change your mind now, so if there are consequences to your actions, so be it. You are ready to move on, have the fresh start which the Fool…

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Character Background – Role Play

Name: Draven Ann Campbell Age: 25 Zodiac Sign: Aries (d.o.b. 3/21/??) Blood Type: O- Hometown: Frankfort, Kentucky Spirituality: Agnostic but leaning Paganism Alignment: TBA Born the youngest child from a family of 5 sisters, Draven's had to play catch up almost from birth. Straight A's, eventing and writing awards paled in comparison to the accomplishments... Continue Reading →

Card of the Day – Queen of Cups – Monday, April 24, 2017

Tarot by Cecelia

Today’s Queen of Cups comes to us from artist, Ken Meyer, Jr., for 78 Tarot Astral ~ Tarot in Space. Have you noticed the huge shift in energies in the last several days? Pluto has retrograded, Mercury is retrograde in Aries, the Sun is now in Taurus, and the Taurus New Moon is just two days away. That is a great deal to navigate.

So, enter our Queen of Cups. You know, whenever I see her, it always reminds me of the Mr. Rogers’ quote that his mother told him to always “look for the helpers”. When things go wrong, and there are times of crisis, the helpers who rush in to help and provide comfort to the distressed, are the King/Queen of Cups types. It takes a special person to remain even-keeled when everyone else is running the other way. That type of emotional balance is to be admired…

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