Eight of Cups Eight shattered white chalices are at the foot of a dark mountain with an unknown horizon beyond. It is time to move forward and leave the past…
Five of Swords represents self destruction. A parasite has been cut in half, as the self-destructive patterns are coming out of hiding. Patterns are being noticed and looked at more closely than ever before. Where once things could have been set aside or taken lightly, you are now feeling the heaviness of self imposed limitations. This is a perfect opportunity to look at any patterns that are arising and break the ongoing cycles.
Father of Pentacles is a regal stag. His antlers show the entire spectrum of rainbow colors. He has loved and continues to love the game of material success. For him it is a game, and one he plays with the blazing fire of enthusiasm. His worth does not stem from his material success, but he allows the game of creativity and money to be a joyful pursuit. Deeply, he knows his oneness with the universe is what allows him to play this game. First and foremost, he is in alignment with this. Then his play with wealth and life is tremendous fun and joyfully light. Energy emanates out from one single pentacle between his antlers. He is overflowing with abundant energy and shares his internal wisdom, knowledge, and material wealth, with all who are open to receive.
The Hierophant is raising the unconscious to the conscious. He signifies bringing ancient universal wisdom and knowledge among fellow humans. The Hierophant embodies the unlocking of the highest spiritual wisdom, right action through experience and understanding, and an absolute commitment to The Great Work. New information is now being received to expand him further than his current sphere of understanding. The Hierophant is an invitation to sit within and seek the answers needed. Think universally. The Hierophant embodies cosmic consciousness and receives messages through vibration, symbolism, voices, beings of light, and through pure feeling.