\ˈre-və-rē-əns, ˈrev-rē-əns\ the state or condition of being lost in thought

 

Attention tumble witches!!

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Inspired by lockswitch’s post, let’s band together. Tonight there is a moment of silence for the people of Ferguson at 7 pm. Tonight, after that moment of silence, do what you can: cast a spell of protection for the citizens of Ferguson and the people sending us pictures and news… Curse the racists cops terrorizing the area… Petition your gods and goddesses of justice! If you’re seeing this after the fact, don’t let that stop you! Let’s make this entire weekend one of witch action!

Thurs august 14th - before or after 7pm EDT
Fri august 15th - 10 pm EDT
Sat August 16th - 10 pm EDT

Pass it on! Signal boost the fuck out of this!

for people who aren’t sure what sort of spells to perform, here’s an index to give you ideas (protection, healing, strength, etc). here are two guides for spell writing:

it can be as simple as lighting a candle and sending supportive energy to the citizens. if visualization isn’t your strong point, here are some tips. see also: non-witchy things you can do to help.

The Glow
Sun sign
Under the Light card
The Glow is a super cute, harmless card that creates little glowing lights. It was first encountered at a town festival, where it was mistaken for fireflies, setting a very romantic mood for Sakura to express her feelings for Yukito.  It is arguably one of the easiest cards to capture, causing no damage and displaying no hostility at all. It also comes in handy during one of Eriol’s trials, when it is able to illuminate the darkness after all of the other lights lose power.

The Glow is under The Light card. It reflects some of the most positive qualities, like hope and encouragement. It is that little twinkling light in the darkness, reminding you that you can do it. The Clow Card Fortune Book also says it is a sign of good luck coming your way. This is a pretty good card to pull, no matter what your spread.

The Glow

  • Sun sign
  • Under the Light card

The Glow is a super cute, harmless card that creates little glowing lights. It was first encountered at a town festival, where it was mistaken for fireflies, setting a very romantic mood for Sakura to express her feelings for Yukito.  It is arguably one of the easiest cards to capture, causing no damage and displaying no hostility at all. It also comes in handy during one of Eriol’s trials, when it is able to illuminate the darkness after all of the other lights lose power.

The Glow is under The Light card. It reflects some of the most positive qualities, like hope and encouragement. It is that little twinkling light in the darkness, reminding you that you can do it. The Clow Card Fortune Book also says it is a sign of good luck coming your way. This is a pretty good card to pull, no matter what your spread.

So a Christian witch, a Jewish Buddhist, and a Texan atheist walk into a bar.

And they have a good fucking time.

The end.

I always get nervous when I meet an attractive, nice, respectful guy who also happens to be single and looking. Like, there’s gotta be something wrong with you that some girl hasn’t snatched you up already. 

The Erase
Moon sign
Under the Dark card
The Erase can make anything disappear, including people and memories. It is first encountered when Sakura goes on a field trip to the beach. Students start disappearing within a cave that is said to be haunted. But ghosts aren’t causing mischief, it’s The Erase. Things that are erased by the card can come back once the card is captured. However, if too much time passes, then they are erased permanently!  Sakura has to overcome her fear of ghosts in order to capture the card.

In divination, The Erase card can represent getting rid some of the clutter in your life, figuratively or literally. What are the things that you are holding on to, perhaps too tightly? Which ones do you need and which ones have already served their purpose? Given that this card is under The Dark, there might be feelings of doubt or uncertainty influencing you. Are you staying in an unfulfilling relationship just because it is familiar? Learning to let go can be a tough lesson, but it is necessary if you want to become your most authentic self.

The Erase

  • Moon sign
  • Under the Dark card

The Erase can make anything disappear, including people and memories. It is first encountered when Sakura goes on a field trip to the beach. Students start disappearing within a cave that is said to be haunted. But ghosts aren’t causing mischief, it’s The Erase. Things that are erased by the card can come back once the card is captured. However, if too much time passes, then they are erased permanently!  Sakura has to overcome her fear of ghosts in order to capture the card.

In divination, The Erase card can represent getting rid some of the clutter in your life, figuratively or literally. What are the things that you are holding on to, perhaps too tightly? Which ones do you need and which ones have already served their purpose? Given that this card is under The Dark, there might be feelings of doubt or uncertainty influencing you. Are you staying in an unfulfilling relationship just because it is familiar? Learning to let go can be a tough lesson, but it is necessary if you want to become your most authentic self.

The Float
Moon sign
Under the Windy card
The Float card, like most Clow Cards, is pretty straight forward. It makes things float up in the air. It is first seen when Kero run’s away from Sakura after their big fight and he is taken in by a little girl. The Float card caused objects in the room, including the girl herself, to float. Trouble comes when the girl is blown right out the window and The Float just carries her higher and higher. Luckily, Sakura get there in time and is able to seal the card away and save the girl.

I have to admit, I had a tough time figuring out correspondences for this card. The Clow Card Fortune book says that it represents freedom and liberation from restraint, which I agree with. Imagine floating above it all, not tied down, free to go where you please. This might be a time to explore some options and try new things. Or, in a more abstract sense, perhaps you are taking a step back and looking at the bigger picture, detaching yourself from a situation in order to get a more objective view. Use your intuition to determine if this is helpful advice or a warning. Don’t let yourself get too detached from things to the point where you ignore your needs and responsibilities. 

The Float

  • Moon sign
  • Under the Windy card

The Float card, like most Clow Cards, is pretty straight forward. It makes things float up in the air. It is first seen when Kero run’s away from Sakura after their big fight and he is taken in by a little girl. The Float card caused objects in the room, including the girl herself, to float. Trouble comes when the girl is blown right out the window and The Float just carries her higher and higher. Luckily, Sakura get there in time and is able to seal the card away and save the girl.

I have to admit, I had a tough time figuring out correspondences for this card. The Clow Card Fortune book says that it represents freedom and liberation from restraint, which I agree with. Imagine floating above it all, not tied down, free to go where you please. This might be a time to explore some options and try new things. Or, in a more abstract sense, perhaps you are taking a step back and looking at the bigger picture, detaching yourself from a situation in order to get a more objective view. Use your intuition to determine if this is helpful advice or a warning. Don’t let yourself get too detached from things to the point where you ignore your needs and responsibilities. 

The Storm
Moon sign
Under the Windy card
The Storm card can create powerful winds and torrential rains. It is first encountered as a tornado, which is easily defeated with a zap from Syaoran’s lightning spell. It is the second card that goes to him rather than Sakura, which contributes to a big fight between Sakura and Kero. We don’t see too much of this card. Syaoran uses it in the first movie, and we don’t see it again until it is transformed into a Sakura card in the final battle with Eriol.

When you see The Storm, be prepared for a bit of chaos in your life. You will most likely be aware of the event it’s related to, as The Thunder tends to represent the more unexpected or sudden changes. With The Storm, things may not go as smoothly as you’d hoped. As a card under Windy, communication is probably integral to this event (perhaps you’ll receive some really good or bad news). Truth and honesty are also under Windy’s domain, so you might be in for a major confession that will rock your world. Given that downpours are common in storms, I also pick up a bit of Watery’s influence, so your emotional life may be impacted. Unlike some other cards, there may not be any permanent changes to your life. Sometimes, we just have to batten down the hatches, weather the storm, and repair the flood damage afterward. 

The Storm

  • Moon sign
  • Under the Windy card

The Storm card can create powerful winds and torrential rains. It is first encountered as a tornado, which is easily defeated with a zap from Syaoran’s lightning spell. It is the second card that goes to him rather than Sakura, which contributes to a big fight between Sakura and Kero. We don’t see too much of this card. Syaoran uses it in the first movie, and we don’t see it again until it is transformed into a Sakura card in the final battle with Eriol.

When you see The Storm, be prepared for a bit of chaos in your life. You will most likely be aware of the event it’s related to, as The Thunder tends to represent the more unexpected or sudden changes. With The Storm, things may not go as smoothly as you’d hoped. As a card under Windy, communication is probably integral to this event (perhaps you’ll receive some really good or bad news). Truth and honesty are also under Windy’s domain, so you might be in for a major confession that will rock your world. Given that downpours are common in storms, I also pick up a bit of Watery’s influence, so your emotional life may be impacted. Unlike some other cards, there may not be any permanent changes to your life. Sometimes, we just have to batten down the hatches, weather the storm, and repair the flood damage afterward. 

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The Mist
Moon sign
Under the Watery card
The Mist might seem like a harmless card (after all, what’s so dangerous about fog?) but is one of the most destructive cards in the bunch. It has the ability to create a corrosive cards that can eat through almost anything. It is first encountered at Toya’s high school during the cultural festival, while his class is performing an interesting rendition of Cinderella. The Mist appears on stage, eating away at the set and props. Sakura captures it by containing The Mist with The Shadow card.

In divination, The Mist card can be a surprisingly negative card. It’s main message is one of corrosion: something or someone is eating away at you, tearing you down. It might be a toxic friend, a manipulative partner, or some situation that you just can’t get off your mind. It may also reflect the psychological impact of anxiety. We all have some anxiety in life—it’s unavoidable—but this card points to the type of anxiety that goes above and beyond. The hopeful part of this card it that it can go both ways. If someone is trying to tear you down, you can dissolve them out of your life. By recognizing your anxiety, you can develop ways to deal with it. And have hope: what was taken away can be restored.

The Mist

  • Moon sign
  • Under the Watery card

The Mist might seem like a harmless card (after all, what’s so dangerous about fog?) but is one of the most destructive cards in the bunch. It has the ability to create a corrosive cards that can eat through almost anything. It is first encountered at Toya’s high school during the cultural festival, while his class is performing an interesting rendition of Cinderella. The Mist appears on stage, eating away at the set and props. Sakura captures it by containing The Mist with The Shadow card.

In divination, The Mist card can be a surprisingly negative card. It’s main message is one of corrosion: something or someone is eating away at you, tearing you down. It might be a toxic friend, a manipulative partner, or some situation that you just can’t get off your mind. It may also reflect the psychological impact of anxiety. We all have some anxiety in life—it’s unavoidable—but this card points to the type of anxiety that goes above and beyond. The hopeful part of this card it that it can go both ways. If someone is trying to tear you down, you can dissolve them out of your life. By recognizing your anxiety, you can develop ways to deal with it. And have hope: what was taken away can be restored.