The Story of Death

Death Card Symbols Skeletal Death, black robes or armor, sometimes with a scythe or a flag featuring a white rose on a black field. There is often a rising sun. Sometimes there are other figures, the most common being a child. Death Tarot Story Having left the tree from where he hung, the Fool moves carefully through a fallow field, . . .

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The Planet Saturns Energy

Saturn is a planet that is connected to the concepts of limitation and restriction. Although it may seem depressing on the surface, Saturn’s role in astrology is to bring meaning and structure to our lives. The planet Saturn reminds us about the restrictions of matter and time – it asks of our commitment, responsibility, and boundaries. Saturn highlights our need for limitations and self-control, meaning . . .

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The Energies of 1

The Energies of 1 The number 1 represents newness, movement, and the possibilities that await us. In spiritual symbolism, it is the number of creation and the birth of all things — the divine origin of the universe. In Numerology the number 1 is the root of opportunity in our lives. It is a symbol of confidence, power, and action. . . .

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The Month of January

Welcome January! The month of January is named after the Roman god Janus of new beginnings, endings and transitions, gates and doorways. Portrayed with two heads directly opposite each other one facing in front depicting the future, one facing behind depicting the past. Symbolically the Alder tree, sometimes known as the Goddess tree, guards the month of January with it’s . . .

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December’s Spirit Animal

        The Owl Symbolic meanings for the owl include: * Intuition, ability to see what others do not see *The presence of the owl announces change *Capacity to see beyond deceit and masks *Wisdom *The traditional meaning of the owl spirit animal is the announcer of death, which symbolically means life transitions, change, rebirth The owl sees . . .

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