Thursday, July 7, 2016

Day 4: Reading for Paula (Part 1.)

Dear Paula,
Thanks for giving me all of the things I asked for (dob, first name, and subject matter), it is really nice when someone -- you -- pays attention.

Your dob is 11/6/80. Numbers have always been of interest to me...each one has a unique vibe--and for lack of a better word--personality. I got into numerology with a dream and then using the tarot with the books of the Grand Dame of Contemporary Tarot Mary K. Green. She goes further than most, in her book 'Tarot Constellations: Patterns of Personal Destiny.' I also love Ms. Greer's other books on the tarot.

Your numbers are as follows:

11 + 6 + 1980 =
11 + 6 = 17 = 1 + 7 = 8
1 + 9 + 8 + 0 = 18 = 1 + 8 = 9
8 + 9 = 17 = 1 + 7 = 8


+ 1980
...1997 = 1 + 9 + 9 + 7 = 26 = 2 + 6 = 8

So you are a single number person, if your numbers added up to any double digit up to 22 then you would have had two...e.g. my numbers add up to 15, and then 6, so I have both the Devil (as my shadow) card and the Lovers. With single digits each person has a much more focused picture about why they might be here at this time in the Earth School...

Your lesson is represented by the Strength card with the art depicted below, from the Rider Waite deck (easiest tarot deck to get started with) and illustrations by Pamela Smith: (a free online pdf)

"The Principle of Courage and Self-Esteem"
Keywords: Self-Confidence, Fate, Perseverance, Power, Force, Kundalini Energy, Hope, Grace, Balance"...and don't forget about strength.

"Strength as Personality or Soul Card
(This applies if you are a Single 8 or 17-8.)

STRENGTH represents the balance and integration of opposites. Like the magician, the woman in this card has the lemnescate (infinity sign) over her head. She is the female magician or witch, sometimes called the enchantress because of her ability to charm the beasts and animals. [Do you have an affinity for that?] Her power to do this comes from a recognition of the similarities in our natures rather than our differences. She exemplifies how we can accomplish anything we set our minds to by acknowledging our linkage with the world and working in harmony with its principles. Strength represents being attuned to your own inner nature, not denying it. She demonstrates the belief that Will and Desire are not at odds and shows that they can work together. By gentling the wild animal within rather than "breaking it," its will is not subjugated and its spirit remains free..."

Please go to the free pdf (above)and see page 115. There is over a page of information that Mary K. Greer shares about your number and its lessons. Hope this exploration into numerology and the tarot has been fun and informative for you. I see the Strength card as a very passionate card, the Aleister Crowley deck with the illustrations by Lady Freida Harris, shows that side to the card:

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Now for your psychic be done in Part 2.

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