Page of Wands
With a fierce hunting instinct and its ability to live underground, combined with the changing colour of its fur from white to red (the symbols of winter to spring) and its black tail, the stoat has strong mystical links to the sovereignty of the land.
Renewal of an alert determination. Realignment with the sacred will of the land. Secrecy and magical sensitivity. Playfulness. An ability to slip out of situations.
Seven of Stones
After physical or emotional sickness a time of inner rest and rejuvenation is required. Patient and peaceful healing comes from a spiritual source. Wholeness after wounding.
You are receiving healing, and need to reunite your re-energised ‘astral’ or spirit body with your physical body.
Time to reawaken and ground oneself, using your visionary experience in a creative way in normal life
Nine of Stones
Reverence for past wisdom and sacrifice.
The ability to relate to ancient knowledge and pass on the lessons of ancestral memory and ritual.
Be aware of the patterns of connection linking you and nature around you to the past, present and future.
Deep learning. The memory of much that has been revered in the landscape can be retrieved in periods of respectful stillness.
Learning from elders.
Five of Arrows
Unfocused energy or anger that leads to the archer releasing arrows or lashing out in an uncontrolled manner and missing the target or wasting valuable resources.
A double edged card depending on whether you are the hunter or the hunted.
The card can be a warning – either take flight or stand firm and face the situation.
Ungrounded aims and fears.
Ten of Cups
Generous fulfilment of desires from a source that is pure and cleansing. Reward for patience and love given selflessly. True emotional stability and freedom.
Cups filled to overflowing.
Open to the power of love. Be careful not to get swept away by it.
Four of Stones
A newborn fawn shelters beneath a dolmen as the midsummer dawn rises, bringing hope and renewed vitality to the vulnerable.
Shelter and protection for the weak or the spiritually wounded is the responsibility of us all.
Nurturing parental care. A roof over one’s head. A period of stability. Time to foster your tender heart.
Six of Cups
Affection and love in a situation that may have taken time to resolve. Recognition of ancestral or reincarnated memory. Polaric love between soulmates.
The source of the waters of memory and deep love.
Reunion with an old friend, soulmate or a wise part of oneself. A feeling of inner peace.
Four of Arrows
Recharging after a period of stressful activity, work or emotional trauma. Allow time for the imagination to fly into the Otherworld to renew and rejuvenate vitality.
…resting so the imagination and spirit can take flight and rejuvenate.
A rest, a holiday, a cessation of activity, healing.
Feeling more positive, seeing the beauty in yourself and everything around you.
Four of Wands
Celebration of health, wealth and security. A time to relax and enjoy the bounty of good fortune or labour. A holiday or festival in a time of plentiful fertility and creativity.
Enjoyment of nature, celebration, of the summer with friends, party atmosphere, being outdoors, feeling of freedom and fun.
Six of Stones
Selfish or foolish overuse of non-sustainable resources. Implies a situation of imbalance in work or business that is damaging yourself or the environment.
This card is the opposite of Harvest.
An exploitation of the earth’s resources… the poor are exploited for the benefit of the rich.
A feeling of being trapped in a system of greed. A need to question the purpose of your work, and your part in the whole.