Knight of Stones
Revered as a ruthless tracker and hunter, the wolf has had a special symbolism for thousands of years and was the subject of ancient Pictish stone carvings.
Comfortable in the dark and cold of winter, it was seen as a guardian of the dead on their journey through the night to the Otherworld.
This card is one of guardianship. Someone who is essentially protective, a loyal companion on long journeys, who remains their own person. A defender of your boundaries, leaving you safe to withdraw from the world. A provider, but one who is not tied to a life at home, but is restless. Their power needs matching to hold them.
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