[Updated August 2021. Essay on Tarot: XVIII The Moon] The Moon The counsel of the Moon card is this: when light (information) is low, employ your intuition more. Intuition can come in many forms, including all of the clair senses: clairvoyance, clairaudience, clairsentience, claircognizance, etc. Discernment is a process which benefits from applying ones intuition.… Continue reading Is Discernment More Important than Truth?
Truth is an Orange
Do you want to know the truth, the whole truth, and nothing but the truth? Make that decision first & often, then let the Universe take you on the journey. It could be gentle, if you let it. It will give you as much companionship on that journey as you desire, if you let it.… Continue reading Truth is an Orange
A very quick way to improve your experience of life, especially during an election year and most especially in 2020, is to train yourself out of using labels. “Labels are for jars, not people” As much as possible, avoid labeling individuals. Whenever you place a label on a person, you immediately attach to that person… Continue reading Labelism
I just finished reading Civilization One, a History/Science book written by Christopher Knight and Alan Butler. The book, published in 2004, focuses on a possible/probable measuring system used by the Megalithic builders of pre-history primarily in what is now Britain and France. It later compares that system to those used by other ancient cultures including… Continue reading Civilization One
Astrology vs Science
"Many astronomy sources state that astrology is not a science. Can you speak to that idea?" To answer this, I want to take us on a brief journey. The Four Elements In my novels, I discuss the four elements, which are represented by the four suits in the Tarot. I also discuss what each symbolizes:… Continue reading Astrology vs Science
About a week ago, while in the middle of my break from book writing and editing, I sat down and had a talk with my guides. I told them to bring in some readings as I was not yet ready to dive back into the books. Lo and behold, within 48 hours, I got what… Continue reading Opened-Minded Creativity