Hello everyone, thanks for your patience while I have been under the weather.
This is a quickie read from The Wild Wood Tarot deck for Mars into Aries.
Intent: clarity, insight for highest good of all.
Mars into Aries
1:26am CST, USA
Moon into Aries
Mars rules Aries; is super strong and hot to trot – he begins to power UP the wattage when moving to conjunct Uranus in Aries at 7 degrees. Uranus squares Pluto at 11 Capricorn, so expect some extra energy coming your way.
If you have been feeling a bit low energy, this will help kick start the power.
Also note the square between super powers Uranus and Pluto are calling for change. Use this to your advantage – clear energies and projects that have been stalled, brainstorm and be innovative ! This will likely bring surprising news your way…more on that later.
Energies strong in houses Aries and Capricorn – though all Cardinal signs will be feeling an upthrust of energies.
Page of Vessels = Mars (pioneer)
Otter moves easily between water or emotive worlds; and the world of land, material achievement and progress. This card refers to fair play, service, loyalty and devotion.
Mars having spent time with seven planets in Pisces and followed by Moon brings with him the emotional knowledge and understanding of the cosmos.
King of Arrows = Uranus (awakener)
Kingfisher moves easily between water or emotive worlds; and the world of air, communication and thought. This card indicates a mindfulness of thought, intelligence born of cosmic intuition. Emotional strength meets ideas, flying free. Humanitarian ideals born of the heartbeat of the collective, power an internal compass set to progress and evolve. Strategize how to best move forward: heart and head acting together.
Nine of Bows = Pluto (metamorphosis)
Respect for the heart of the sacred quest we all make. The path is full of dangers – have respect for the process of life, death, and re-birth. The seeker must be alert, and humble before the powers of the great spirit – learning is born of experience on the sacred journey. Be better rather than bitter, self-discipline in the face of desires strengthens the spirit.
The only constant is change, bend rather than break.