Saturday, March 21, 2009

Forecast and Faery Finder for 03-22-09


Forecast and Faery Finder by Janice Scott-Reeder and the Bitwit

According to Llewellyn’s Spell-a-Day Almanac, today’s color is Orange and the incense is Heliotrope.

Today is the beginning of the Roman cycle of Cybele, the great Mother Goddess. Her festivals are Ludi or games. They were celebrated with “Mystery Rites”. That usually means only the priest cast was invited. She is actually the goddess of all Asia Minor. The last day of this cycle falls on March 25 is Hilaria. Say that out loud and you will have an idea of how the day is celebrated. No one is allowed to grieve or be sad on March 25th. Do you think that could be a precursor to April Fool’s Day?


Deck: Navigators Tarot of the Mystic Sea.
Today’s Tarot Card is the Moon: gratification. Flux and illusion can represent your current lifestyle. Is it damaging you and others. Moodiness and constantly changing your opinions serves no one and confuses everyone. Get the anger and resentment out on the table so you can deal with it. Focus on others during these sessions and you will learn to pick up the subtle cues as to how they really feel about things.

Astrological Source: Llewellyn’s 2007 Daily Planetary Guide.
Astrologically, for about a week everyone is rushing to help but no one is getting anything done. It seems the defenders are causing more problems than the original one. Trying to break free of the old is just plain annoying for two weeks and not much progress is made. Social events may have started a bit too soon and with little forethought in the very wee hours of the morning. Sneak out quietly. The afternoon is great for electronic games of chance. Good news arrives via the phone or internet.

Deck: Healing with the Fairies.
The Faeries say there are blocks to the happily ever after. Noticed that in astrological forecast! Just be patient.

Today’s Cat Comfort card is The Cat with Nine Lives. “Fortune is on your side. Take some chances.”

Deck: The Fairies’ Oracle by Brian Froud & Jessica MacBeth
Today’s Faery Finder is on the lookout for the Singer of the Chalice. From his chalice flows the rainbow of trust, joy, patience, creativity, hope and miracles and today you will need a drink of that wine. From him we get bliss. Be open to it.

Today’s Lo Shu Number is 9 and the element is Fire. The Monkey finds conflict today but the Dragon and Snake are having another good day.

Today’s Message from the Universe is: “I now choose to communicate freely and openly everything that needs to be said. I free my mind from all lingering thoughts and I am now at peace with myself and with others. I no longer worry about what other people think. I know that I am loved and totally supported by the Universe.” Annie Marquier creating a world of peace one thought at a time.
These messages are helping so many people that I am setting each day’s card up in a psionics generator so you can tap into the energy during the day. Just think of a rainbow and the energy will come to you.


Life was really quiet last night until 6 this morning when there was a horrible crash that woke me up. I decided to ignore it, until the second one and then I blindly felt my way out of the room. It is awfully dark at 6 AM. I poked my head around the corner and nothing was laying on the floor. Then I heard what sounded like bowling balls hitting the roof. Well, that little voice that sometimes deems to save my lower posterior, said; don’t open the front door so I turned the lights on outside and peeked out the window. The rain was coming down in sheets! And thus it continued until around noon when it eased up enough to just fool me into a state of false confidence.
By the time I got to the shop, I think hail was hitting the roof of the Vanwitch. Thus, there I sat for 20 minutes and thankfully, the Vanwitch has really comfortable seats. I discovered the parrots land on my bird feeder and drop the other birds what they don’t like on the ground. There was a whole flock of doves, two blue jays and a grackle or two eating the leftovers. One thing I noted was no one aggressed the Parrot! They are really Monk Parakeets. They can’t talk and they are louder than a train whistle stuck in your ear. I guess because the feeder is glass and copper, they didn’t try to open it like the last one. They can use those beaks like a can opener if they decide to and you sure wouldn’t a finger in there! They split my other bird feeder right up the side.
However, that gave me an idea what may have happened to the grackle I took to the wild bird sanctuary yesterday. They will attack and injure other birds and his wing was broken in a very strange way. I know the cats didn’t do it as they would have just had him as a snack, not left him alive.
To quote a comic strip today: Spring has sprung a leak. The New Moon is on Thursday.
I did have a bit of time this morning convincing Purrbah that an electric toothbrush is not a power tool and he is not to remove it from my mouth for inspection. Nor do I need two little kitty paws directing it by hanging onto my arm.
I’ve been asked what I thought of the Special Olympics comment. Okay, I am a Druid, a psychic and a witch. Does anyone ever apologize to me or my ethnic/social group for comments like that? Heck no. Toughen up. You will be taken seriously about 10 years before I am and I‘m not whining. People conclude I don’t have a brain before they meet me. Do you think any of that information can ever go on an application for work? I belong to what most people consider a useless group in society. Never mind I have two degrees, graduated both times with honors and have a wall full of plaques for workshops in hypnosis, biofeedback, aromatherapy and psychology I have completed. I am still an uneducated flake in society’s eyes. Throw in the Native American blood and I become something less than human. Yup, we still can’t buy alcohol in some states. Well, we have our revenge. We spell revenge: casino. Giggle. Next time you trip or get a rash after insulting me, keep in mind the Fae like me.
Speaking of Fae. As I was trying to get a golf umbrellas through the arches at the shop, the asparagus vine reached out and grabbed me and wet my sleeve all the way to the shoulder. I heard little giggles from the tree and I know the Pixies got me.

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