Herbal Correspondences to the Moon

natural-magics:

  • Adders Tongue
  • Aloe
  • Anise
  • Lemon Balm
  • Bladderwrack
  • Buchu
  • Cabbage
  • Calamus
  • Camelia
  • Camphor Resin
  • Chickweed
  • Club Moss
  • Coconut
  • Cotton
  • Dulse
  • Eucalyptus
  • Evening Primrose
  • Gardenia
  • Gourd
  • Grapes
  • Honesty
  • Irish Moss
  • Jasmine
  • Lemon
  • Lettuce
  • Lily
  • Loosestrife
  • Lotus
  • Mallow
  • Mesquite
  • Moonwort
  • Myrrh
  • Papaya
  • Poppy
  • Potato
  • Sandalwood
  • Purslane
  • Turnip
  • Willow
  • Wintergreen

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killarichdude:

Two Headed Boy Part 2 (Neutral Milk Hotel)

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WFQ - Divination Systems - Tarot Spreads

hedge-witch:

There are a lot of spreads, and a lot of ways to use them and I thought I’d like to take a look at some that don’t really get all that much attention.

Everyone uses the Celtic Cross and the Past/Present/Future layouts, but sometimes, they aren’t really the ones you need to use for something. A lot of times, the book that you get with your cards (if it came with one, that is) will have a couple layouts. I’m going to put them under a read more because it’s kind of a long post.

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tarot-is-my-religion:

This spread is based on the 12 astrological signs and houses and gives you an insight into all aspects of any current situation. Each position represents qualities of a particular house and zodiac sign.
1) My window on the world (1st house, Aries)2) What I value most (2nd house, Taurus)3) What I need to communicate (3rd house, Gemini)4) My sense of belonging (4th house, Cancer)5) How I can feel special (5th house, Leo)6) Where I can be of service (6th house, Virgo)7) What makes me feel complete (7th house, Libra)8) My sexual needs (8th house, Scorpio)9) What gives my life meaning (9th house, Sagittarius)10) How I appear to the world (10th house, Capricorn)11) My current ideals (11th house, Aquarius)12) My secret (12th house, Pisces)
This isn’t a spread I have tried myself but would love to very much so. If anyone wants to give me the chance to (trying new spreads on yourself just gets fairly boring after a while) then go to my tumblr and follow the instructions for a paid reading! ;)
-witchnymph

tarot-is-my-religion:

This spread is based on the 12 astrological signs and houses and gives you an insight into all aspects of any current situation. Each position represents qualities of a particular house and zodiac sign.

1) My window on the world (1st house, Aries)
2) What I value most (2nd house, Taurus)
3) What I need to communicate (3rd house, Gemini)
4) My sense of belonging (4th house, Cancer)
5) How I can feel special (5th house, Leo)
6) Where I can be of service (6th house, Virgo)
7) What makes me feel complete (7th house, Libra)
8) My sexual needs (8th house, Scorpio)
9) What gives my life meaning (9th house, Sagittarius)
10) How I appear to the world (10th house, Capricorn)
11) My current ideals (11th house, Aquarius)
12) My secret (12th house, Pisces)

This isn’t a spread I have tried myself but would love to very much so. If anyone wants to give me the chance to (trying new spreads on yourself just gets fairly boring after a while) then go to my tumblr and follow the instructions for a paid reading! ;)

-witchnymph

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tarot-spreads:

Goal, Motivation, Conflict Spread for Writers
I designed this spread for writers of fiction. I write romance novels. I have not had much time to play with this spread, but I would like feedback from other writers who want to try this out.
This spread can be used at any point in the book, but it assumes you already know your characters. If this is the beginning of a book, then perhaps it will help you shape those characters.
1. Character (this card will show you something you may or may not already know about your character.)  2. Goal (this may be the inner or the outer goal)  3. Motivation (this may be the inner or the outer motivation.)  4.Conflict (This card is laid so that it is horizontally across cards 2 and 3) It is what is directly in front of the character that they must get past.  5.Goal/Conflict (This is how the original goal is modified or intensified by the first conflict.)  6.Motivation/Conflict (This is how the original motivation is modified or intensified by the first conflict.)  7. Plot Point (This is where our conflict brings us)

tarot-spreads:

Goal, Motivation, Conflict Spread for Writers

I designed this spread for writers of fiction. I write romance novels. I have not had much time to play with this spread, but I would like feedback from other writers who want to try this out.

This spread can be used at any point in the book, but it assumes you already know your characters. If this is the beginning of a book, then perhaps it will help you shape those characters.

1. Character (this card will show you something you may or may not already know about your character.)

2. Goal (this may be the inner or the outer goal)

3. Motivation (this may be the inner or the outer motivation.)

4.Conflict (This card is laid so that it is horizontally across cards 2 and 3) It is what is directly in front of the character that they must get past.

5.Goal/Conflict (This is how the original goal is modified or intensified by the first conflict.)

6.Motivation/Conflict (This is how the original motivation is modified or intensified by the first conflict.)

7. Plot Point (This is where our conflict brings us)

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epic-humor:

Someone is having a worse day than you [via]

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tarot-spreads:

Simple Cross Spread.
Here’s how to read the spread:

The first card (on the left) represents the obstacles
The second one stands for the chance
The third one represents your question
The last one is the answer

tarot-spreads:

Simple Cross Spread.

Here’s how to read the spread:

  • The first card (on the left) represents the obstacles
  • The second one stands for the chance
  • The third one represents your question
  • The last one is the answer
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tarot-is-my-religion:

This is a spread you can use to determine which of your chakras might be blocked. Great for those who also work with Reiki.
1) Base or Root Chakra2) Sacral Chakra3 and 4) Solar Plexus Chakra5) Heart Chakra6 and 7) Throat Chakra8 and 9) Third Eye Chakra10) Crown Chakra
I have never worked with reiki and chakras and it is not something I am hugely knowledgeable about but it could be of some interest to some of you. 


I can see this also being used for tree of life questions, the bodies sepherot.

tarot-is-my-religion:

This is a spread you can use to determine which of your chakras might be blocked. 
Great for those who also work with Reiki.

1) Base or Root Chakra
2) Sacral Chakra
3 and 4) Solar Plexus Chakra
5) Heart Chakra
6 and 7) Throat Chakra
8 and 9) Third Eye Chakra
10) Crown Chakra

I have never worked with reiki and chakras and it is not something I am hugely knowledgeable about but it could be of some interest to some of you. 

I can see this also being used for tree of life questions, the bodies sepherot.
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tarot-spreads:

Deck Interview Spread

I found this spread a few years ago on Aeclectic Tarot. It is a simple six card spread that allows you to meet your new tarot deck and get to know it. It’s strengths and weaknesses. It’s personality. It will show how it can help you grow, become a better reader and a better person. It is usually the first spread I throw for any deck.

The cards can be laid out any way you prefer, I lay mine out left to right.
Card #1: Tell me about yourself? What is your most important characteristic? The general personality of your deck. This question will reveal if your deck is painfully truthful, a prankster, a pragmatist, a romantic, etc.
Card #2: What are your strengths as a deck? The best features of your deck. This will help decide what kind of questions to ask and spreads to throw.
Card #3: What are your limits as a deck? This card represents the challenges, blocks and obstacles your deck may have. This is also helpful to decide what questions to ask and spreads to throw.
Card #4: What do you bring to the table? What are you here to teach me? We all have teachers in life and Tarot’s higher purpose is to teach us. To show us our areas of growth and help us improve.
Card #5: How can I best learn from and collaborate with you? Tarot, like all relationships, is a partnership. This card shows how to best utilize that partnership and shows you the best way to approach your deck.
Card #6: What is the potential outcome of our relationship? The most likely result of working diligently with your deck.

tarot-spreads:

Deck Interview Spread

I found this spread a few years ago on Aeclectic Tarot. It is a simple six card spread that allows you to meet your new tarot deck and get to know it. It’s strengths and weaknesses. It’s personality. It will show how it can help you grow, become a better reader and a better person. It is usually the first spread I throw for any deck.

The cards can be laid out any way you prefer, I lay mine out left to right.

Card #1: Tell me about yourself? What is your most important characteristic? The general personality of your deck. This question will reveal if your deck is painfully truthful, a prankster, a pragmatist, a romantic, etc.

Card #2: What are your strengths as a deck? The best features of your deck. This will help decide what kind of questions to ask and spreads to throw.

Card #3: What are your limits as a deck? This card represents the challenges, blocks and obstacles your deck may have. This is also helpful to decide what questions to ask and spreads to throw.

Card #4: What do you bring to the table? What are you here to teach me? We all have teachers in life and Tarot’s higher purpose is to teach us. To show us our areas of growth and help us improve.

Card #5: How can I best learn from and collaborate with you? Tarot, like all relationships, is a partnership. This card shows how to best utilize that partnership and shows you the best way to approach your deck.

Card #6: What is the potential outcome of our relationship? The most likely result of working diligently with your deck.

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