Faerie Card Reading for the Week of May 18 – 24, 2015


Card: Herald of Winter – from the Victorian Fairy Tarot deck by Lunaea Weatherstone.

“This card can be used to represent a young person or a person who is young at heart. Key characteristics are sharpness of wit, truthfulness, and sometimes a lack of tact. This person can be uncompromising and present a challenge to those who practice diplomacy and cooperation. If this card does not represent a particular person, it can mean the approach of a more difficult time and the need to prepare to meet challenges. Forewarned is forearmed.”

Message from the Faeries: This might not be true for some of you, but for most of you this is true – this week is going to be challenging week. Don’t fight it, just go through it and live it. This, too, shall pass.

Knowing that this week will be a bit difficult, and approaching it with this information, will help you because you’ll know that it isn’t just you and nothing is personal. You aren’t the only one having a tough week. You are not alone and sometimes you are better off just letting it go and to just move through it. Fighting it may cause you more stress, at the end of the day.

This week, you may have to adopt a cool exterior like the Herald of Spring. Be strong, take deep breathes, and just move through this chaos with calm and grace.

This is just a phase of energy that we are all moving through. It’s hard to accept, but sometimes you will be affected by external influences that are beyond your control. This week the external influences are celestial bodies and the alignments of planets. What you do have control over this week is how you deal with these chaotic and frustrating energies. 

Keep it cool, and you will prevail.

We love you!

The Faeries


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