Sorry I’m late taday. Busy day.
Today we begin with the Nine of Stones keyword Tradition. This card speaks to us about hearkening back to the traditions and rituals of the past and using them to bring real and purposeful meaning into our lives in this modern world.
The next card is the Queen of Bows, represented by the Hare. In the traditional Tarot, the Queen of Rods is very much a card about claiming self-sovereignty, feeling creative, loving, and powerful in your life and life choices. We can see this in the symbolism of the Hare who stands for ambition, artistic endeavors, and sensitivity to others.
The third card is the Ace of Arrows key words Breath of Life, which in the traditional Tarot is the Ace of Swords which we have seen many times in the last several readings. This ace is about bringing clarity of thought, purpose and truth into a situation. It can represent a whole new idea emerging into one’s consciousness and of course new ideas precipice action! The symbol on this card is the head of the Uffington White horse. You see the arrow is right above the eye. According to legend, if you stand on the eye of the Uffington horse you will gain wisdom and your wish will come true. With this card we see a clarity of purpose and it has a feeling of focus.
When I put these cards together I see that it takes some deep thought, going within, like we see in the figure from the Gundestrap Cauldon doing in the Nine of Stones. Seek wisdom from within and also from the the traditions of the past. The Queen of Bows says we have the passion and creativity to achieve our goal but it will take focus and dedication, and perhaps looking at things from a different perspective, as is hinted at if we stand in the eye of the Uffington Horse, (not to mention some faith as well, maybe if we wish really hard our dream will come true!)