Prisma Visions Tarot by James Eads. Recently published in its first edition, I wouldn't be surprised if there were more, as it's a deck that is beautiful and readable, with a quirky extra that is fabulous. Anyhow, more details on Friday, for now let's get to the week's reading.
Now: Seven of Pentacles
A man plants
Pentacles in the ground, sowing the seeds for a better future. In the
moment, though, there is plenty of work to be done.
hope I'll be able to get some work done this week. Last week I ended
up seeing four different doctors on three consecutive days with Little
One. Nothing serious, but it put the kibosh on re-editing the Wings of
Change Lenormand images after the prototype deck came out a bit grey for
my taste. Tomorrow he'll be going into hospital for a minor op, then
hopefully I can get going again.
Don't: the Wheel of Fortune
Isn't this a lovely, swirling, powerful Wheel? A peacock seems to tangle with a couple of snakes in a writhing mass.
As the card of what not to do this week, I see a message here about not changing for changes sake, and to be careful of who/what I take on. Coupled with the last card, there is a suggestion, too, that any gains will take hard work, rather than being bestowed by the Universe.
Do: King of Wands
I love the sense of movement and growth to this King of Wands, almost like the lines of light you see when someone swings a flaming torch, and the light leaves patterns on your retina so you see the whole pattern. The flowers suggest that despite the fires of enthusiasm, there is growth and rootedness here, too.
As advice, it seems there is a need for enthusiasm but with a long perspective. A willingness to lead by example, and to bring light to the darkness.
For journal prompts based on these cards, click here.