lenormand magick divination prediction

Slow and Steady!

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“Verrine,” in honor of one of the nine Daemonic Divinities, by William Briar. This manipulated photo is the only art piece I’ve felt inspired or had the time to create so far this month.

I understand as S Connolly’s frustration with her Domagick challenge. In some ways, mine feels like a wash too. My goal was to connect more deeply with the nine Daemonic Divinities but my life is too chaotic at the moment to hear them as well as I’d like. I just finished moving, and the family member who took time off work to help will be back at the office until next Monday. I can try deeper meditation and even invocations after that. Until then, there won’t be any free time for me to spend with them unless they carve it out of something else I should be doing. I shared my breakfast with them this morning before my daily reading. When I pulled these cards, the Book and the Garden fell out together, so I am reading them as one “concept.”

The Anchor – security, stability, lasting, persevere, standstill, livelihood, obligations, targets

The Lily – maturity, old, wise, peace, wisdom, passion, intention, grandfather

The Book knowledge, learning, secrets, information, history, experience, study, teaching, occult, memory

The Garden community, gathering, people, public interest, outdoors, countryside

Today I italicized keywords that truly jumped out at me. I see the slow but steady progress on a set of magickal lessons I am helping re-write. And really—these kinds of things shouldn’t be rushed.

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