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Today’s reading

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 Bear

Queen of Stones 

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods. 

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land. 

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace. 

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.

Today’s reading

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 Bear

Queen of Stones 

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods. 

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land. 

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace. 

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.

Today’s reading

image

 Bear

Queen of Stones 

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods. 

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land. 

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace. 

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.

Today’s reading

image

Bear
Queen of Stones

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods.

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land.

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace.

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.

Today’s reading

image

Bear
Queen of Stones

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods.

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land.

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace.

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.

Today’s reading

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  Bear
Queen of Stones

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods.

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land.

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace.

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.

Today’s reading

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  Bear
Queen of Stones

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods.

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land.

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace.

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.

Today’s reading

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  Judgement
The only thing in life that is assured is that if you wait long enough, it will change. How you survive that change and who you are after change is down to you. The major element in this process is judgement of yourself and others. This may relate to an assessment regarding a personal matter or situation, and could be linked to the process of forgiving. It may also relate to a group or social decision.

In the process of judgement, both as an individual and on the universal level, honesty is the key. Be honest, be forgiving, be patient, but most of all, be assured change is at hand.

Remember, the universe has a long memory. Nothing is ever forgotten.

Your approach to the issues in this card affects your future, decides the nature or even the possibility of your rebirth.

The entrance to a passage grave beckons you; this is a place to lay your past to rest, a still safe sanctified space in which the parts of your life can be reconstituted after the trauma of Death. (see Rebirth, eight of cups).

You are sensitive, and require someone to stand watch for you; either the highest part of oneself, an ancestral guardian, a shamanic figure or angelic power depending on your belief system.

Today’s reading

 
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Bear
Queen of Stones

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods.

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land.

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace.

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.

Today’s reading

image

  Bear
Queen of Stones

The ancient ancestor of the modern bear, the cave bear hibernated in caves during the cold northern winter. Their skulls were buried by Neanderthals and caves were shared during some periods.

Often linked to Arthurian legend, the bear remains a symbol of the power and protection of the land.

This card is to do with being at one with the heartbeat, the rhythm of the earth, feeling content, secure, at home, protected by the Great Mother; able to sleep deeply and in peace.

A person who is earthy, takes their time; is secure in the way that they live, strong and fierce in defence if necessary.