This Week’s Featured Reader is Cristina. She is a gifted fifth-generation light-worker and best-selling writer and author.
She is also a master Tarot Reader and have been reading cards and practicing in the metaphysical arts for more than 40 years.
She has given readings to thousands of people all over the world and from all walks of life. She continues her journey practicing and studying mysticism.
Being of service in the world is what she considers the most important mission in this lifetime.
She seeks to discover to discover the deepest truth of our being as incarnate souls; to understand our greatest potential as spiritual beings having human experiences.
She sees all of life as an abundant opportunity to discover, realize, and express the Divine.
Tarot of the Week – May 22 – May 28, 2017
Queen of Pentacles
This week we explore the world of the Mystic Faerie Tarot. These sweet cards have a mystic earthy feel to them.
Fairies seem to be appropriate for spring when all is in bloom, and the deck depicts a certain mystic glow of light that represents fairies perfectly. From the deck, we pull the Queen of Pentacles, your tarot card of the week.
The Fairy Queen or Queen of the Fairies was a figure from folklore who was believed to rule the fairies. Based on Shakespeare’s “A MidSummer Night’s Dream,” in English-speaking cultures, she is often named Titania or Mab.
Titania was a woman to contend with, furiously loyal and protective, she embodies what all women are with that natural tendency to protect the most vulnerable among us. As you can see she is contemplating the great abundance around her.
She lacks for nothing, yet she sits alone contemplating wondering how she can make her world a better place. She is in charge of her dominion and all around her, and by sheer force of will, and hard work, she maintains a beautiful home and kingdom around her.
Tarot Card of the Week: Apr 17 – Apr 23, 2017
King of Pentacles
This week I present you with one of my favorites cards in the Mythic Tarot Deck, the King of Pentacles. The card tells the story of King Midas, who could turn everything he touched into pure gold.
He’d done a favor for the Goddess Dionysus, and she granted him any wish he wanted. Without thinking, he asked that everything he touches turn to gold. Unfortunately, the dream came true.
His food, his servants, his dogs, everything turned into gold. Including his own beloved daughter. He begged the Goddess to take the gift back. She did by having him wash is hands in a magical river and everything went back to how it was.
The moral of the story? He was already a wealthy man, no golden touch was needed for true happiness. The King of Pentacles holds a coin representing money. He sits on his throne, decorated with the heads of golden goats, behind the throne we see his servants and a pile of money at his feet.
The goat which represents Capricorn in the background tells us the King is a planner and brilliant strategist.
Tarot Card of the Week: Jan 30 – Feb 6 2017
Nine of Wands
The Nine of Wands in the Mystic Dreamer Tarot Deck represents courage, persistence, a test of faith and resilience. All these powers are at your disposal when you see this card in a reading.
The Suit of Wands represents the element of Fire. The card meanings of “wands” are associated with: energy, spirituality, inspiration, determination, strength, intuition, creative thinking, ambition, and growth.
Depending on other cards, this one could either help clarify a work or relationship situation. So let’s first take a look at the image.
Here we see a beautiful woman, a representation of our psyche the intuitive side of us, she is our sixth sense. She looks thoughtfully on to choices she has to make. She’s bathed in an ethereal, glow. She contemplates what do to as she struggles for enlightenment.
She has traveled a long way and is tired, she is finally coming to the end of something, a particular task or finishing up something at the last minute. You may feel like you are challenged by setbacks but somehow you see everything through just in time.
Tarot of the Week: Dec. 26 – Jan 1
King of Cups
The King of Cups sits thoughtfully as depicted in Mystic Dreamer Tarot (by Heidi Darras and Barbara Moore . He is a man of urgent passions, intelligent and ready to solve any problem that comes his way. Behind him are turbulent seas, shadows and darkness, but it doesn’t seem to faze him much because relies on his strength and judgement. He may seem frustrated, but he skillfully calms himself among the turbulence to think things through.
The suit of Cups is all about compassion, love, strength and empathy. The King of Cups represents the balance between emotions and intellect. You may be thinking with your heart, but the King of Cups urges you to think with your head and looks at things in a different perspective.
When you see the King of Cups you can be assured you are very much in control of the situation. You have a deep understanding of your feelings and you are ready to connect accordingly. When life throws you a curve ball, you can draw from the strength of your maturity level, and really take a thoughtful look at what is good for you, and what is not. You also can look at a situation while everyone else is panicking and approach the chaos around you with grace.
Tarot Card of the Week: Nov 7 – Nov 13, 2016
Using the Gilded Tarot the sensual and smoldering Lovers is drawn for this week. The light of the universe shines on these two, watching over them, and celebrating in their love and connection for each other.
The Lovers card is one representing the harmony of the universe, a glimpse of true mind, body and spirit connection with someone or even something, depending on the reading.
In Tarot, the lovers can be a bond between friends, a mutually spiritual attraction to each other, that leans to a soulmate connection. There is a solid trust in these two Lovers, they give each other strength, confidence. They are prepared to weather the storms of life together. There is an intimate and close relationship between the two whether it’s sexual or spiritual.
The Lovers represent perfection, harmony and mutual attractiveness. Their trust in one another gives them strength and confidence to overcome the obstacles in life.
The bond that the two lovers has created is incredibly strong and is often reflective of a marriage, soul mate connection or very intimate and close relationship.
You may be sitting in front of the television set, or curled up reading a good book, when all of a sudden out of the corner of your eye you see some movement a shadow, fleeting by. You shake your head, sure that you are imagining things and go back to your book or program. Suddenly, there it is again, that shadow figure.
Shadow people are becoming a frequent phenomenon witnessed by believers and skeptics of the paranormal. The mysterious sightings have been hot topics of conversation in paranormal chat rooms and on the popular radio show “Coast to Coast with Art Bell.”
The Wikipedia claims Shadow people “are supernatural shadow-like creatures of both modern folklore and traditional native American beliefs. According to folklore, they appear as dark forms in the peripheries of people’s vision and disintegrate, or move between walls, when noticed.”
Many folks erroneously believe a shadow that just went through a wall is a ghost. But those who have been in contact with ghosts or spirits and shadow people can tell the difference.