Wishing you all a most blessed Winter Solstice, today I did a different style of reading for the Solstice using the Oracles of John Dee.
We look at the centre where we have the Gold Geographer — here it speaks to life’s events and reactions according to our own nature. Always be willing to look behind the true meaning and not the outward appearance and seek to navigate around the doubt that can happen when we least expect.
Then we go to the Red Historian in the North which focus on Work Influences telling us not to get bogged down with the minutiae of living as this is a distraction to greater events in your life that stand out. Reflect on your life if you feel stuck seek to make changes.
Here Urial asks? What change do you think you might need? Be honest with yourself!
Then we move to the east and the Green Historian which represents your Health and Happiness. Everywhere in your life connections exist. Search for pattens as you follow the road before you. In your heath you will find mirrors that are cause and effect. Look to your dreams for the hidden clues. Here Raphael asks? What are your dreams telling you?
Now to the South the place of Intentions and Direction. We have the Green Geographer telling us it is easy to loose your way through the countless paths in life be willing to look at the long road ahead and when things feel complicated look to the simple things in life and with this mark the most important journeys in your life. Here Michael asks? What guidance do you look for on your journey?
Then last we come to the West and that of the Red Astronomer which represents Love and Inspiration. Love should never been seen as a negotiation but as a shared experience, take care not to become the leading partner in your relationship and instead seek the harmonious understandings that make friendship and essential part of every love story. Gabriel asks? What remains when the tide is withdrawn?
May all be blessed in the season of the Light as Apollo the Sun once again prepares to rise above the heavens and the light of day once again becomes longer.
Rev. HPs Ariana Afsanay de Ly