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

 

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.

Anonymous asked
Hello! I was wondering if you have any spells to enchant a piece of jewellery (necklace/bracelet/ring) with protective properties? Like a protective amulet against negative energy, spirits etc. Thank you very much and blessed be! <3

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Full Moon Protection Spell for Jewelry

Fill a bowl with sea salt and lavender (rosemary also works well). Place the amulet on top of the salt the day before a full moon. On the night of the full moon, stir the salt three times with your finger in a clockwise motion around the amulet while visualizing protective energy surrounding and permeating it. Next, move the bowl in a circular motion, going clockwise. As you do this, visualize the protective energy rising and building from your actions. Say the following chant as many times as you desire while you move the bowl:

Oh, light of the moon.
Wrap me,
protect me.
Keep me from harm.

Allow the amulet to bathe in the moonlight overnight. Scatter the salt and herbs outside the following day. This spell should be repeated every month during the full moon.

notes: if you’re worried that the salt might damage the surface of the jewelry, place a bay leaf under it to separate it from the salt. if you have trouble with visualization, you can use a white candle to help you focus.

Much Chariot, So Tower, Very Tarot … Clow?

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So according to that post about Tarot Birth cards that’s going around, method one gives me a Birth Card of The Chariot, method two gives me The Chariot and The Tower, and method three gives me The Chariot again.

What I find interesting about this as it relates to my Clow practice is that my Servant is The Thunder and I’ve apparently utterly internalised reverience's thoughts of The Thunder being akin to The Tower, so it was a surprise to see it turn up there. I started wondering which Clow Card is corresponded the closest with The Chariot.

And from there I began wondering how the Clow cards fit the tarot mould (going by the well-lovedknown RWS model - 22 Majors and 54 Minors - cause I know it best). Both runewynd's book and the Clow Card Fortune book pair up each Clow Card with a card from a playing card deck. Playing cards correspond to almost all the cards in the Minor Arcana, although they miss out either the Knaves or the Knights (three court cards compared to four in tarot). I could take the corresponding tarot card of the playing card the Clow card is paired with and use that. But then that would leave out the Major Arcana and I think the 'stronger' Clow Cards ought to be paired with a Major rather than a Minor.

By ‘stronger’ Cards I mean The Light, The Dark, The Firey, The Watery, The Windy, and The Earthy. It’s already clear that the Clow card system doesn’t mesh well with the typical RWS tarot set. Ah well.

I’m writing as I think, but I’m coming up with these correspondences so far:

  • The Light = The Star
  • The Dark = Death
  • The Firery = The Chariot
  • The Watery = The Moon
  • The Windy = Justice
  • The Earthy = The Emperor

The Windy took the longest to think of, as the Clow Card Fortune Book considers it a warning to hold your tongue and only speak out if you think it’s utterly necessary, but the Card itself it more like harsh words and slicing and dicing; perhaps an indication of what it would be like if all self-control was let go. But it’s not just about self-control - what’s written in The Book of Clow implies a harnessing of this power, such as turning your words on someone who’s grown too big for their boots and ripping them a new one. In the end all of this made me think of Justice. Plus, if I was going to assign Windy a suit from tarot it would be Swords and in one of my favourite decks, the Lo Scarebo Manga Tarot, Justice is coloured much the same as the Sword suit and also features a sword.

And that’s about as far as I’ve got. Given these correspondences, my birth Clow Cards would be The Thunder and The Firery.

What do you think? What are your correspondences?

I had associated the stronger Clow cards with the RWS Aces, but I like these correspondences too. When I did the Tarot birth cards, I got The Emperor and Death (which I didn’t really resonate with). But The Earthy and The Dark… hmm, perhaps.

Finally a clear night! Gotta take advantage of a full moon and charge all the things!

Then cast all the luck spells tomorrow.

Happy almost Friday the 13th!

A tiger&#8217;s eye pendant I found at an antique store this weekend. 

A tiger’s eye pendant I found at an antique store this weekend. 

The Power
Sun sign
Under the Firey card
Big things come in small packages with The Power, a card which gives its user incredible strength. It appears as a cute girl dressed in pink, but don’t underestimate her. The influence of The Power is first seen when it upends the penguin slide at the park, and again when it attacks the elephants at the zoo. The Power is a proud card and likes challenges, so Sakura challenges her to a tug of war competition. Once the card is beaten (with a little help from Syaoran), it can be captured. 

In divination, The Power card most closely resembles the Strength tarot card. It reflects qualities of a strong character: patience, self-control, courage, perseverance. This card reminds you that you have that strength within you, even if it seems small. With exercise, you can build up your physical muscles. Don’t forget to exercise your inner strength as well. It is also important to realize that each of us has power and influence, whether that’s at work or school, with friends or family, a lot or just a little. It is easy to let that power get out of control, and as The Power card demonstrated in its episode, it can wreak a lot of havoc. Be mindful of the power you wield in your world.

The Power

  • Sun sign
  • Under the Firey card

Big things come in small packages with The Power, a card which gives its user incredible strength. It appears as a cute girl dressed in pink, but don’t underestimate her. The influence of The Power is first seen when it upends the penguin slide at the park, and again when it attacks the elephants at the zoo. The Power is a proud card and likes challenges, so Sakura challenges her to a tug of war competition. Once the card is beaten (with a little help from Syaoran), it can be captured. 

In divination, The Power card most closely resembles the Strength tarot card. It reflects qualities of a strong character: patience, self-control, courage, perseverance. This card reminds you that you have that strength within you, even if it seems small. With exercise, you can build up your physical muscles. Don’t forget to exercise your inner strength as well. It is also important to realize that each of us has power and influence, whether that’s at work or school, with friends or family, a lot or just a little. It is easy to let that power get out of control, and as The Power card demonstrated in its episode, it can wreak a lot of havoc. Be mindful of the power you wield in your world.