Mystic Maidens – Tagged "Card of the Day"

Mystic Maidens — Card of the Day

Card of the Day: Temperance

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Temperance is embodied by Iris, the rainbow goddess who delivered Hera’s messages and her vengeance. This duality gives Temperance the attributes of harmony, cooperation and balancing opposing elements, but while harmonious partnerships are well starred, Temperance also indicates the need for free flowing emotion and adjusting expectations to achieve a balanced heart and continue your personal journey.

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Card of the Day: Nine of Pentacles

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Card of the Day: Nine of Pentacles

The Nine of Pentacles brings Daedalus to a time of peace and satisfaction after surviving the trials of life in King Minos’ court and all that went before it. Daedalus has taken risks and used his wits to survive and thrive, and now he is reaping the benefits- both materially and spiritually. This gives the Nine of Pentacles the aspect of well deserved pride in your achievements, where all the work you have done has been rewarded and even if future events reduce your fortune you will carry with you the lasting feeling of accomplishment and self sufficiency that comes...

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Card of the Day: The Magician

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Card of the Day: The Magician

The Magician is embodied by Hermes, god of many talents - trickster, ruler of magic and divination, bringer of sudden changes in fortune, patron of thieves and liars, trusted messenger of the gods and guide of both earthly travellers and of the souls journeying to the underworld. A child of both light and dark, and master of the four elements, Hermes brings the Magician the aspect of wisdom that touches body, mind, heart and imagination, giving you the inner resources to find your direction and carve your path with the skills at your disposal. But while the Magician tells of...

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Card of the Day: Queen of Wands

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Card of the Day: Queen of Wands

The Queen of Wands manifests here as Penelope, the patient and resourceful wife of Odysseus, who ran their kingdom with wisdom and creativity while he was off with the lads, annoying gods and getting seduced by witches. This gives the Queen of Wands the aspect of fortitude and a can do attitude, where it is necessary to have confidence in your abilities to multitask and get things done regardless of the limits placed on you by others. This Queen knows how to get the best out of her resources and her appearance is a sign of a time of enhanced...

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Card of the Day: Six of Pentacles

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Card of the Day: Six of Pentacles

The Six of Pentacles brings the legendary genius Daedalus to his knees in front of King Minos of Crete begging for work after being banished from Athens for killing his own nephew out of jealousy for the boy’s skills. Daedalus is on the road to recovery from self-inflicted loss and disaster but needs the King to take a chance on him in order to progress. This gives the Six of Pentacles the aspect of an outside benevolence being the key to wealth, work or success, though this benevolence will come due to the reputation earned from past activities. But benevolence...

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