Weep not for the willow that will fall,
it, and many before, cannot last forever.
Like the many kings both great and small,
it will be dethroned by its own endeavor.
So do not waste your life in your sorrow,
the great willow’s crown must burn.
for not even a moment after tomorrow,
another will soon get its own turn.
did my hair, retied the scarf, and moved the belt c:
I shall forever now use scarves as skirts and shirts and dresses
which look better? Tucked in? Or left out? (note, I do look pregnant with it left out)
ALSO HAPPY SEXY PAGAN FRIDAY
I had a dream that the teenage boy living in the apartment building next to mine ran me over with his car :<
I finished making my first rowan berry necklace, I added a piece of mandrake to this necklace. :)
I have just divinations open for now. I’m a bit low on money because I don’t start my job till August (and don’t get paid till the 22nd of August).
Readings I have open
Tarot Cards: choose between my two tarot decks if you desire!
- 1 card = $1
- 2 card = $2
- 3 card = $3
- 7 card= $7
- 21 card= $15
Fairy Reading: using my oracle decks, I ask the fairies for aid
- 1 card= $2
- 3 card= $6
- 5 card= $10
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Three Card Fairy Reading for readingandyoga
Question: should I push or wait? (Heart of Faerie and Faerie Oracle decks were used)
Cards Pulled: The Heartless one (HoF), Oaken men reversed (FO), The Challenge (HoF)
full reading below
Card One: The Heartless One
This fairy is very distant and cold, but it is clear that she has had her own heart broken before. I’m not sure of the story, but it is usually the other way around. Faeries can often appear to be cold and distant when it comes to love. They often can break the hearts of their mortal lovers, either without understanding their actions effects on mortals or fully understanding and not caring anyways. This is a fairy that tells of abandonment, heartbreak, and false expectations. Beware of jumping into things too quickly before getting the whole story. Sometimes the prince you think you love is actually the villain of the story.
Card Two: The Oaken Men (reversed)
normally, the card would simply mean to look things at a new perspective and expect the most surprising things of what you see; however, this fairy speaks of shallow endeavors. Short roots, thin bark, no depth. Look to find the truth, not what you simply want most
Card Three: The challenge
She whispers words of self doubt and criticism. The fairy continues this, until she finally speaks with more bold and strong words, “Do you accept my Challenge?”
The fairy does not specify what it means by challenge, but it certainly seeks to block your way.
What do these mean together? Its clear that the first two fairies talk about the journey being hopeless, hallow, and useless, but the third reveals there is more. The most visible layers are tough and spikey, but the center is juicy and delicious