Je me sens bizarre ce matin; un sentiment indéfinissable qui vient autant de ce qui a été dit et fait, que tu et pas fait.
Je me sens floue.
D’humeur à faire un tirage en ligne.
Et quel tirage !

A quoi m’attendre en ce qui concerne ma relation à F. ?

Card 1 symbolizes the past

The suit of cups is associated with Venus, the Roman goddess of love and beauty. Cups symbolize the fertile receptive aspect of the Divine Feminine. Conceived and born of fertile sea herself, Venus is the bringer of joy to gods and humans as well as to the plant world. The cups proffered by Venus are an invitation for us to drink deeply of the magical water of life, love, inspiration, and pleasure.

MEANING:
An invitation or offer. Gentleness. Children whose open hearts allow one to experience innocence anew. Intuition. Prophetic or inspiring dreams.

Card 2 represents the present

The suit of staves is related to Freyja, the Norse goddess of creativity, fertility, and beauty. Like conduits of the sun’s procreative force, staves channel energy to areas where it can encourage growth. Staves bring movement to a reading, much like the movement displayed by Freyja as she rides through the sky in her chariot drawn by magical gray cats. Pragmatic goddess that she is, Freyja is associated with the Aesir, a group of Norse gods and goddesses who came into existence with the Iron Age, when the first tools and weapons were developed with forge and fire.

MEANING:
Energetic movement. Quickness and suddenness. Important communications, such as unexpected telephone calls, surprise letters, which release uncertainties and end waiting.

Card 3 suggests the future

GODDESS: The Zoryja
In Russian mythology, the three Zorya are goddesses-attendants to the sun god. As well as bringing warmth and light to the world, the sun represents the brightness of intellect, creativity, and fertility.

MEANING:
An expansive, life-affirming energy. Creativity and inspiration. Relationships with children. Procreation. Love and sexuality.

Card 4 suggests an overview

GODDESS: Lakshmi
The Hindu goddess of fortune and prosperity, Lakshmi is believed to be attracted to sparkling jewels, which are like the riches she bestows upon her favored worshippers.

MEANING:
The generosity of the universe. Chance. The ability to be open to abundance. Feelings of expansion. Capriciousness.

Le présent est décidément bel et bien placé sous le signe des bâtons et de Freyja.
Je souris en voyant mention du rêve prophétique dans le passé… je ne suis pas loin de tomber amoureuse de ce tarot-là aussi, qui me parle (ou auquel je sais dire pour qu’il exprime ?)…
La fin de l’attente ? Je ne la vois pas pour tout de suite, moi, pourtant, même si effectivement il y a des coups de fil inattendus, de la communication…
Le soleil, là encore… 😀

2 réflexions au sujet de « The Goddess Tarot »

  1. Le moins que l’on puisse dire c’est que c’est un tirage qui bouge. Moi aussi j’aime vraiment ces tirages, sur écran c’est déjà parlant, c’est vrai que ça donne envie de les « avoir en main » ces cartes.

  2. Enorme 🙂
    Ravie que rien, jamais ne trahisse ce futur ensoleillé qui t’est promis.
    Love
    M’J

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