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It’s in the Cards

July 23, 2009

I use cards as an oracle to get guidance. The deck that I have been using for the last couple of months has been the “Magical_Messages_from_the_Faires”. Some of the backstory of how I came to use this deck is here. I recently discovered that Weebles Wobblog‘s sister, Sheri, who also happens to be an intuitive, does weekly readings on her blog, Wild Women of the Universe, pulling cards from various tarot decks and interpreting them! She did a wonderful reading for me on Wednesday. Go check it out!

Part of my inspiration for juicing was brought on by cards I was pulling from the deck. When asking about what I could do for my health/fertility, I pulled the “Vegetarian” card. I thought, I’m not going to go back to being a vegetarian. I knew that I needed to get more vegetables in my diet. I was already eating as many vegetables as I could cook in a day and was frustrated by trying to figure out how to eat more. The only way I could practically get more vegetables in my diet was to juice them!

I recently used my deck again for this question, “what guidance do you have about my fertility and having a baby at my age?” (or something along those lines)

I drew this card from the deck, “Travel”. I didn’t get much out of the message, which was

An upcoming trip proves to be life-changing in positive ways.

I was actually disappointed in the card.

What I have learned about this oracle deck is that the words are not always what I should be paying attention to. As I stared at the beautiful artwork, I realized that there was a very profound message for me. Click over to this page to see the image. Do you see what the amazing message is? Please tell me how you interpret the Elk_and_Fairy artwork. I’ll follow up with an update on what the message I interpreted was!

Hint: only women who have had frequent ultrasounds on their girly parts will probably pick up on this one.

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9 Comments leave one →
  1. The Muser (aka Beautiful Mama) permalink
    July 23, 2009 10:02 pm

    Just wanted to stop by and say I'm reading often and think about you and hope for you frequently…

  2. Beautiful Mess permalink
    July 23, 2009 10:56 pm

    Did you interpret the lights on the elk's horns as eggs or follicles? That's what I see. I'm curious to know how you looked at it.

  3. DAVs permalink
    July 24, 2009 4:55 am

    Oh yeah. Those are follicles for sure, and the one she's touching is the magic egg! At least, that's what I see. I hope it's true for you!

  4. Mad Hatter permalink
    July 24, 2009 6:19 am

    I know this is not what you're getting at with the ultrasounds and everything, but my first thought, when I saw the image was:

    The elk represents your man, and you should light a bunch of candles and ride him!

    šŸ˜‰

  5. Infertile In the City permalink
    July 24, 2009 7:20 am

    Glowing follicles all lit up by the giant dildocam.

    I just went to the other site too – and WOW what a card to pull.
    My interpretation, this travel card,and the other card, and all the veggies, maybe, you need to reconnect with nature and your husband, through nature…

  6. kayjay permalink
    July 24, 2009 11:26 am

    Follies baby, follies! That is the first thing that came to my mind and there were LOTS of them!

  7. Mad Hatter permalink
    July 24, 2009 11:46 am

    Okay, now my more serious post…I agree with the follicles, and I think it's the egg that is making the life-changing trip! XO

  8. Sheri permalink
    July 25, 2009 11:24 pm

    Phoebe — Thank you so much for your comments. Sorry it took a day to get back to you. I am on the road.

    Glad you liked the cards I pulled for you. The Empress is one of my favorite cards in the tarot deck. She is so very powerful and so female!

    The card you pulled is also beautiful…perhaps it means the same thing as The Empress???

  9. Eurydice permalink
    July 29, 2009 6:42 am

    It means you have to travel to Rome on Elk Airlines, light a shit load of candles during one of our September blackouts and presto change-o!! but of course, I'm biased šŸ™‚

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