Tarot Card ~ October 11

The Empress

Guenevere

Fortune Cookie: If opportunity knocks, rise to the occasion!  Don’t hold yourself back.  And take a risk or two on something that you love and believe in.

Saw this card in early July.  Glad it’s back, because we can all use a regular dose of encouragement and goodness like The Empress  provides — especially now that we [in Ohio] are smack in the middle of what I suspect will be a too-short Indian Summer.

The Empress card really does take us lovingly by the throat and say, “Look.  No, really, LOOK! Today has the potential to be SUCH a great, beautiful day!  Remember that, will ya?  And take advantage of it.  That’s why we’re giving it to you.

The Empress is a card of abundance, creativity, beauty and fertility.  

It’s a card of nurturing, both giving and receiving. 

On a day ruled by this card, you can find opportunities to go after your most enriching, ennobling dreams.  [So it really is pretty important that you have some idea what they are.  Right?

Open yourself to your museBelieve in your creativity and let it flow.  And keep an eye out for beneficence from an admirable, kind and generous community leader ~ most likely a woman. 

If opportunity knocks, rise to the occasion!  Don’t hold yourself back.  And take a risk or two on something that you love and believe in.

Bright blessings and beautiful opportunities!

Quote for the Day: “There must be a hundred silver dollars in here,” moaned Boggis, waving a purse. “I mean, that’s not my league. That’s not my class. I can’t handle that sort of money. You’ve got to be in the Guild of Lawyers or something to steal that much.” ~ Terry Pratchett, from Wyrd Sisters

Today’s Wathyr:  Mostly something with considerable this and that over there. Protection comes from a hot pastrami scapular and a side of tempura’d chive blossoms.

On This Date: 1975 – The NBC sketch comedy/variety show Saturday Night Live debuts with George Carlin as the host and Andy Kaufman, Janis Ian and Billy Preston as guests.

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