Thursday, January 7, 2010

Forecast and Faery Finder for 01/08/10

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

According to Llewellyn’s Magical Almanac, today’s color is Purple and the incense is Alder. Today is the fourth quarter waning Moon in Scorpio and Midwive’s Day.


Deck: Navigators Tarot of the Mystic Sea.

Today’s Tarot Card is the Seven of Swords: ambivalence. Not a good card as it warns a thief is watching you, ready to pounce on your property, your ideas or your reputation. If you are the watcher, be aware; you will be caught. No excuses will be accepted. People will be vindictive even though it will lose them what trust they may have gained.

Deck: Healing with the Fairies.
The Faeries say:
It is going to be hard to reach your higher consciousness today while mired in the mundane.

Today’s Cat Comfort Card is:
The Cat That Got the Cream: “Spoil yourself. You deserve it?”

Deck: The Fairies’ Oracle by Brian Froud & Jessica MacBeth
Today’s Faery Finder is on the lookout for:
The Fee Lion joins your pet cat today in reminding you that you should have done something. Now he is not going to tell you what because YOU SHOULD KNOW. Yes, he is the keeper of all the should have’s, would have’s and could have’s that keep you from actually doing anything now. Let it go, move on and do something constructive.

Today’s Lo Shu Number is 1 and the Element is earth. The Rat finds conflict today bit the Rabbit has ease. Today is not an auspicious day for haircuts, visiting the doctor, signing contracts, gambling, starting construction or births.

Today’s Message from the Universe is: “I now face people and situations with courage.
I express myself freely and all conflicts are resolved in a balanced an open way for the mutual benefit of everyone.
I proclaim and manifest the power of my Higher Self with love, understanding and respect for others and for myself.”
Annie Marquier creating a world of peace one thought at a time.


I over did it yesterday with a trip to BJ’s, Western Meats and the Watermill in the cold weather and had a set back today. Maybe tomorrow will be better. At least the seedlings are back outside for a day and a half getting watered and solar powered for their weekend in the house. I am thinking of putting wheels on my grow boxes. No, not really but I am going to build a frame around them for sun screen and for plastic cold protection. This global warming really sucks big time.
I never thought I would be glad to see 53 degrees this time of night but it beats 40. The cats kept me warm all night. I even had Lady Jayne in bed with me, under the covers, purring profusely. As long as our agendas match, the cats are very cooperative.
Some days, I’m not psychic, just logical. Today’s speech on how we almost had another exploding airplane simply brought out what I have been saying for the entire Bush administration. Nothing was done security wise except reward a bunch of his cronies with sweetheart contracts to wave wands over people at airports, inconvenience thousands of travelers and sell old forms of Xrays that don’t come with safety standards. The Christmas incident occurred exactly the same way 9/11 occurred. His daddy’s cronies in intelligence were still playing macho hide the info games. Let’s hope someone’s head rolls on this one and we get some actual professionals working there before something else happens.
What am I talking about with Xrays? Have you ever noticed those lead aprons when you go in for an xray? Have you noticed the person standing behind a thick lead shield operating the equipment at your hospital? Have you noticed that isn’t happening in airports? Think about it. Frequent traveler? How much have you been exposed to in the name of security that obviously doesn’t work? Where did all this equipment materialize from? Could it be recycled medical equipment thrown out because it was labeled too dangerous by today’s standards? Every time someone asked those questions under Bush, the flag pin came out and 9/11 was the answer. Let’s see what the answer is in 10 years when cancer shows up. As for me, I’m driving everywhere.
For the first time in years, instead of buying a spiral ham and warming it, which is what you do. They are precooked. I bought a real ham and cooked it. Now, do not get me wrong, spiral hams are great and taste great, but even George has admitted they cannot hold a candle to home cooked, apple wood smoked ham falling off the bone and melting in your mouth. Of course, you are left with the huge bone which we sat on the floor on newspaper in a dish. Now, which cat do you think tried to remove the bone from the dish before it had a chance to even slightly cool? One of the boys? Rusty J Hoover the cat vacuum? Napoleon the undisputed King of the House? No, the Queen of the Known and Unknown Universes, the Lady Jayne herself grabbed a mouthful and tried to run. It proved to be too much, too hot and too heavy. She has refused a meat offering and will settle for nothing but that huge bone which she is watching like a hawk. Well, it will eventually cool down. Now, I must put some beans on to soak. It is going to be a cold weekend…..

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