Tarot Card for the Day ~ April 3

Two of Cups

Tristram & Isolt

Fortune Cookie: [Again already!]  Be there! Be open!  Reach out for the ☼☼☼NEW☼☼☼ that is coming into your life!  Let yourself be available to receive and pursue it.  RIGHT NOW!!!!

Now.  Really.  Why would you ignore a message this wonderful and positive so that it had to be repeated the VERY next day?  [Who said that?  We’re not talking about me, we’re talking about you.  Thank you.  Very much.] 

So pay attention THIS TIME and take advantage of it fer the luvva  aything!

And, once again, my interpretation of the card varies some from the norm. This surely no longer surprises anybody.

Many readers would respond to this card by suggesting things like friendship, affinity, concord, union, even love.   Some might say it bespeaks a complementary match, or a solid relationship.

Even Anna-Marie Ferguson, creator of the Legend deck, finds things like the beginning of a trusted partnership, rapport and the forming of strong emotional bonds.

Not even I would be idiot enough to fight with that, or to want to. So especially if any of those interpretations resonate with you – in terms of what you’re seeking lately or in terms of what the Universe seems to be offering today – honor it.  Seek it.  Go after it full tilt

But when this card has turned up for many clients, the intuitive information that almost always pops out of my mouth is,


Some amazing (or beautiful or tremendously healing or whatever) NEW ENERGY(or opportunity or person or position or vision) is trying to come into your life.

It will, if you let it, sweep you off in a wonderful, beautiful, incredibly positive NEW DIRECTION. 





Be there! Be open!  Reach out for the ☼☼☼NEW☼☼☼ that is coming into your life!  Let yourself be available to receive and pursue it.  RIGHT NOW!!!! 

Bright blessings and beautiful new directions!

Quote for the Day:  A poem for you, whatever you celebrate:


 Then you shall take some of the blood, and put it on the door posts
 and the lintels of the houses . . .
  and when I see the blood, I shall pass over you, and no plague shall
 fall upon you to destroy you, when I smite the land of Egypt.
                                                                     -Exodus 12: 7 & 13

 They thought they were safe
 that spring night; when they daubed
 the doorways with sacrificial blood.
 To be sure, the angel of death
 passed them over, but for what?
 Forty years in the desert
 without a home, without a bed,
 following new laws to an unknown land.
 Easier to have died in Egypt
 or stayed there a slave, pretending
 there was safety in the old familiar.
 But the promise, from those first
 naked days outside the garden,
 is that there is no safety,
 only the terrible blessing
 of the journey. You were born
 through a doorway marked in blood.
 We are, all of us, passed over,
 brushed in the night by terrible wings.
 Ask that fierce presence,
 whose imagination you hold.
 God did not promise that we shall live,
 but that we might, at last, glimpse the stars,
 brilliant in the desert sky.
 ~ Lynn Ungar ~

                                  Thanks, Lorna!

Today’s Weather:  Four whirling gerbils, five skiving connivers, six tricksie hobbits.  And the archetypal puffy knees of Albion.  Rub with neat’s foot oil.    

On This Date: 1968Martin Luther King Jr. delivers his “I’ve Been to the Mountaintop” speech.   [Thanks be.] 


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