Tarot Card ~ November 20


Two of Spears

Bedivere and Kay

Fortune Cookie: Know what YOUR family of spirit would be like.  Seek them.  Find them.  Let them help you change the world.



Okay, M’Dears.  This card turned for us LAST Saturday, too.  So, is there anyone  here — beside me — who didn’t really pay much attention to this card last weekend?  Huh?  [Tarot reader knocked over by hurricane-force wind of clients in reading audience shaking their heads and mouthing, “Nuh-unnnh.  Not me! Nuh-unh!”]   

Given that we are coming right up on the opening shot of the annual Winter Holiday Derby, please remember that this is always a really good card to work with especially if — how to say — familial connections… or working group connections… may not be all one might hope.  You’ll see what I mean when we get to my personal intuitive interpretation of the card. 

The Two of Spears is, in fact, one of those cards where my intuitive guidance has me going off in a different direction than the standard interpretation.  [Yep. Again.  The Universe likes it that way.  And that’s why I get the Big Bucks.]

Many readers say this card bespeaks things like riches, fortune, magnificence.  Others might suggest you spend some time alone considering the advice of others [like your Tarot guy, maybe?] in order to help make up your own mind about an important decision that NEEDS to be made.  

Anna-Marie Ferguson, creator of the Legend deck, writes of proving one’s capability to manage a large project, planning for the future; exerting authority; riches and success, using all one’s talents to achieve a communal vision.

So if any of those issues are on your mind today, accept this info as an indication that you’re IN TUNE and placing your energy in the right place at the right time.  [And if you’re NOT up for riches and success, FortheLuvvaGod, Goddess, The Universe, George Clooney, Anybody, CALL ME.  Soon.  We gotta talk!  216-371-3433.]


When this card turns up for a client, I find myself telling them this:

I don’t know what your family life is like.  It could be great.  It could suck swamp water by the bucket.  Regardless, I find the Two of Spears to say

~ ~ It’s time for you to create a family of spirit that is even closer to you than family of blood or marriage. 

[That is, in fact, something some clients have a LOT of trouble with. 

They cannot envision EVER being closer to someone than to their blood family.  ALL their blood family.  However bizarre, weird, twisted, hurtful, etc. the family, or some of them, might be. 

All I can say is, it’s not impossible, and it’s often even healthy to have others in your life who are closer to you than the Amazin’ Flyin’ Fussin’ Burrito Krazees God decided to lay upon you for some of your early years’ life lessons. 

So at least promise you’ll think about it.  Okay?] 

~ ~ You would do well to begin seeking and finding, perhaps one by one, a group of people who − because of the commonality of intentions, goals, hopes, spiritual path, etc. − will be as close to you as anyone could possibly be. As you, too will be to them.

So spend some time thinking about what it would be like to have a circle of people in your life who

~ would always have your back,

~ would always be able to hear your darkest secrets

    and continue to see the Light in you,

    as you would do for them

~ would seek to remind you of the highest and

    best in yourself, lovingly and always

Then go about creating that circle.  Slowly.  Intentionally.  With discretionBut get going!

So, as we begin the Holiday Season for 2010:

Know what YOUR family of spirit would be like.  Seek them.  Find them.  Let them help you change the world.

Bright blessings and joyful meetings!

Quote for the Day:  Blessed is the season which engages the whole world in a conspiracy of love. ~  Hamilton Wright Mabie

Today’s Weather: Tricksey Hobbits.  Intermittent salmon.  Carry a cinnamon broom.

On This Date:  1820 – An 80-ton sperm whale attacks and sinks the whaling ship Essex  2,000 miles from the western coast of South America in response to the whaler’s killing members of its pod.


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