09 Apr ANIMAL KINGDOM SPEAKS UP AFTER HUMANS TRANSMIT VIRUS TO TIGER
TAROT and ORACLE cards are about the synchrony of seemingly random draws of information in answer to a specific question, from which you, as “Magician”, make meaning. The latest Corona Crazy I felt moved to address was prompted by the news that a tiger in the Bronx Zoo contracted the virus from a person! So I thought we should give Nature a chance to tell us what She thinks and what wisdom She wants to give us. Here is the counsel of CAT from THE DRUID ANIMAL ORACLE by Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm (representing the European contingent), MOUSE from MEDICINE CARDS by Jamie Sams (representing the Americas), HEN from THE HAWAIIAN ORACLE by Rima Morell (representing the Islands of the Pacific). Hark and learn, humans!
CAT asks us “to observe situations quietly without judgement, before making decisions. You have the right to judgeimportant issues for yourself in your own time. Working towards wholeness involves enhancing our appreciation of both physical and non-physical worlds.” Meanwhile “don’t escape from reality” and become “indolent and too laxy to bother about the world.” Instead, “open yourself to the magic of the physical world.”
MOUSE is about SCRUTINY. “So called civilization is a highly complex set of components which calls for more and more organizational skills and scrutiny to detail every year. Things that appear insignificant to others take on enormous importance to Mouse. The message is to see what is before you and take action accordingly. Try to become aware of the Great Dance of Life; while you may be sitting in LA, there is also a NY, a moon,a solar system, a galaxy.” All things are interconnected.
‘ALAE/the HEN alerts us to THE CHALLENGE: GUILE; THE WAY THROUGH: PREPARATION and THE GIFT:ABUNDANCE. “When the timing is right, anything is possible. Plan carefully, for preparation is necessary to enter the realms of abundance. Meanwhile, the sooner you learn to share and reconfigure your life correctly, the better.
This is a reminder not to abuse your knowledge by failing to share it when it could be useful to others. It also reminds us that secrets come out for the good of all, when we are ready to receive them. Meanwhile the animals remember until we are ready to remember.”