Sunday, August 14, 2005

Gysy Tarot Reading

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I avoided crossing the sty and followed the path by the Cypress trees, towards the gypsy camp, unaware that a lone dog was watching me. A raven quietly checked the path ahead and guided me. When I finally arrived I was greeted warmly and after a hot drink made my way to Sadie's caravan. Sadie used the Lwellyn Fairy Pack and as she laid out the cards and spoke to me I knew her to speak the truth. Her reading leaves me meditating and reflective.

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Mab
in the Past position.


A card in the left position indicates what has happened to affect your question in the past.

Queen Mab arrives in the cards to deliver dreams, wishes, and longings as yet unfulfilled, but also new ideas, insights, creativity, fertility, and inspiration to help you fulfill your dreams. Dare to dream and dare to live the dream. Don’t let others deflect you from what you truly want.

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Tiddy Mun - Reversed
in the Present position.


A card in the middle position indicates what is affecting your question at this time.

The Tiddy Mun reversed warns that you may be trying to ignore an unpleasant situation. He indicates cruelty and ingratitude, and perhaps an enemy made.

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Unicorn - Reversed
in the Future position.


A card in the right position indicates your questions future.

Where the unicorn treads, a great blessing follows. He brings gentle healing from the Otherworld. He is the harbinger of hope, relief from anxieties, spiritual inspiration, and true joy.

6 Comments:

At 5:34 PM, Blogger Salish & Me said...

An insightful reading Heather. Sadie would do well to keep the words meant for you close to her heart as well.

hugs,
Bobbi

 
At 5:48 PM, Blogger le Enchanteur said...

ah! Sadie will not breach our confidence. We agreed that this was all that we could publish. I have my Raven by my side, ever vigilant. Not too much passes her by.

 
At 7:59 PM, Blogger Lois said...

As yet I have not mastered blogger even though I was taught last Friday when I visited the home of "She who knows all" ,two days passed and I was not able to get a go at it due to circumstances beyong my control...
1. A new printer needed installing and the salesman said "No Worry just follow the CD rom and click easy directions"If I could get hold of him now he would be mincmeat"...Then on Sunday I had 5 lots of visitors coming in the front door, it was like the old doors, ones in the old buildings that revolved in a circle and you just kept going round and round....but I apologise from my purpose of arriving at the Gypsies Camp and meeting up with Sadie......

I had travelled on foot some many miles and followed the signs diligently to Sadie's .......
I was the owner myself of a small caravan,that I purchased after trading in one owned by my former husband Mac and myself.....It was what I call a Darling little van,just for one with a 3/4 bed for my dog Jessie and I, a little table for two,stove ,wardrobe plenty of cupboard space and in just wonderful order..It was not the folding down low type ,it was one of the older style and you could buy them very cheaply.....
I just loved it until I found I could no longer tow it due to the old age problem of athritis....I do miss it so.........
Well when I saw Sadies Caravan in the little glade where it was parked I burst into tears(The 1st time on my journey)It brought back so many happy memories and also some sad ones too.
I tapped gently on the caravan door which as you know is long and skinny so as to keep the wind out and the top part to allow the cool breeze enter in the summer months...So the top part opened and I was greeted by Sadie herself....
A warm welcome was not unexpected as I had over 50 years or so encounted hundreds of caravaners who always were the most friendly of types.
I knew how it would look when I entered and was not at all disappointed....just like mine "Made for One" or two at a romantic squeeze.....
"You have come to have the Tarot read" says Sadie as if she has read my mind.....
"The very first time" I said never had the cards read for me before...."Oh then you are in for a real treat" sais Sadie.
The 1st one is Queen Mab and she is just my sort of girl...
I love the thought of longings not yet fullfilled,as I never dream at night ,no not ever, this will be an experience to come .I would love to be able to dream beautiful dreams so as I might be able to live them...
Tiddy Mun is a familiar card as I have experienced of late just this type of unpleasantness,but I have it in hand and will be able to sort it out in a week or two...in an nice but firm way of speaking I will put it to rest.
Unicorn reversed......
I like the sound of him...and if I still had my own caravan he would be (with Jessie Dog) on my next trip.
He reminds me of my Ancestors on whose paths I now trod in this town of mine ..and for that it has made all the difference in my blessed life...

I am glad I made the journey along the path of cypress trees although I was not aware of the raven keeping an eye on me ,but as I only heard the other day of someone whom was when visiting a hospital to hear either good or bad outcomes was confronted (So to say) by a raven in the courtyard of the hospital as if as much to say "I am here for you,look up I am your holder of good news"and this was true....
So this raven is most certainly the bird of our dreams,wishes,inspiration and gratitude perhaps more so than the Unicorn,he may just be a healer and also the two might of at one time got together and decided to be as one...
What do you think Travellers.....

Lois (Muse of the Sea)

 
At 4:22 AM, Blogger Imogen Crest said...

Lois what a lovely story, full of different moods and feelings, and you made me think of caravans of my teens too, where there was so much fun and as you say, the people are always nice. Glad the ravens looked after you down by the Cypress trees, they always will and are indeed as precious as the unicorn in my book at least!

 
At 8:36 AM, Blogger Vi Jones said...

I love your drawing, Heather. It tells a story, simple and pure.

As for the reading of the cards. I have long wanted to have my Tarot read but have been reluctant to do so. I don't know why, except that perhaps I feel the future is better not known. I even bought myself a set, The Faeries' Oracle, but have not cracked the book that came with it ... I need to do that to learn how to read the cards. It seems there is never enough time.
Perhaps I'll seek out Sadie's services.

Vi

 
At 3:15 AM, Blogger Chameleon said...

Lois...How lovely it is to reach close to the vicinity of the Gypsy Camp. I am looking forward to joining you guys for a little....

 

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