Deck: Navigators Tarot of the Mystic Sea.
Today’s Tarot Card is the Page of cups: reduction. Quiet and studious, you need to put down some roots. Take everything you have and turn it into a foundation from which to move forward. Get rid of inner conflict and restore clarity.
Astrological Source: Llewellyn’s 2007 Daily Planetary Guide.
Astrologically, an aspect lasting about a week is little tricky. There are lots of invites to social and networking events but keep your eyes open for underhanded dealings. The moon enters Capricorn at 11:48 PM EDT. Bad dreams may make sleep difficult. The day is very easy and good. Things are romantic and intuitive in the early morning hours. Change occurs in the late evening.
Deck: Healing with the Fairies.
The Faeries say there are difficulties in resolving problems today. The biggest is it is just such a nice day you want to loll around. Remember the Bureaucat! Then you can rest.
Today’s Cat Comfort card is Bureaucat. “Get that paperwork done. You’ll feel much better.”
Deck: The Fairies’ Oracle by Brian Froud & Jessica MacBeth
Today’s Faery Finder is on the lookout for Lys of the Shadows. Her job is to help people develop real self respect and esteem. She is the patron faery of social workers, nurses, doctors and all those who try help those of us who have reached the lowest of states.
Today’s Lo Shu Number is 7 and the element is Earth. The Monkey finds conflict today but the Dog and Boar have a great day.
Today’s Message from the Universe is: “Negativity now vanishes completely from my life. Nothing can threaten me anymore, as I am protected by the Light of my Higher Self. I am safe and everything turns out right.” Annie Marquier, creating a world of peace one thought at a time.
COMMENTARIES BY JANICE SCOTT-REEDER
I have been suffering horribly with allergies for several days. I have had one eye swell almost shut, concrete in my head and am coughing like I have TB or something. I said it is global warming and someone asked me how.
Here's how it is working. Plants are not as dumb as you think they are. Any radical change in climate, they sense and innately determine if there is a threat. If a predator like an insect attacks a stand of trees, the trees that have not been attacked several acres away will begin to produce a toxin to deter the insect.
When plants in one area sense a radical climate shift that may endanger them, all the plants rush to reproduce as rapidly as they can. They begin flowering in massive quantities which produces massive amounts of pollen. This year, the trees sensed something and have begun to produce more than twice as much pollen as normal in order to seed. My Lucky Nut tree, which turns out to be the tree whose nuts are used in biodiesel fuel production, had its branches drooping with more nuts that I have ever seen. The yard is covered in tropical almonds which is a pain in ...well...you know where. The oaks are blooming, even the tiny ones, and then the melaleucas began and they are my arch enemies. The grasses have picked it up and even the cut grass is blooming under the thatch. We are about to choke to death of pollen. The plants have kicked into high gear survival mode.