A man and woman beneath an archway which gives entrance to a house and domain. They are accompanied by a child, who looks curiously at two dogs accosting an ancient personage seated in the foreground. The child’s hand is on one of them. Divinatory Meanings: Gain, riches; family matters, archives, extraction, the abode of a family. Reversed: Chance, fatality, loss, robbery, games of hazard; sometimes gift, dowry, pension
Children in an old garden, their cups filled with flowers. Divinatory Meanings: A card of the past and of memories, looking back, as–for example–on childhood; happiness, enjoyment, but coming rather from the past; things that have vanished. Another reading reverses this, giving new relations, new knowledge, new environment, and then the children are disporting in an unfamiliar precinct. Reversed: The future, renewal, that which will come to pass presently.
A lithe, active figure holds a sword upright in both hands, while in the act of swift walking. He is passing over rugged land, and about his way the clouds are collocated wildly. He is alert and lithe, looking this way and that, as if an expected enemy might appear at any moment. Divinatory Meanings: Authority, overseeing, secret service, vigilance, spying, examination, and the qualities thereto belonging. Reversed: More evil side of these qualities; what is unforeseen, unprepared state; sickness is also intimated.
A man of dejected aspect is deserting the cups of his felicity, enterprise, undertaking or previous concern. Divinatory Meanings: The card speaks for itself on the surface, but other readings are entirely antithetical–giving joy, mildness, timidity, honour, modesty. In practice, it is usually found that the card shews the decline of a matter, or that a matter which has been thought to be important is really of slight consequence–either for good or evil. Reversed: Great joy, happiness, feasting.
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I’ve updated the website with Special prices for Psychic readings…
Special Prices are:
5 Minute reading $25.00
10 Minute Reading $35.00
15 Minute Reading $50.00
20 Minute reading $65.00
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I’m in the process of adding new features to the website to streamline your experience. The additions include an integration with facebook and skype, as well as an easier way to connect with me for consultations. For those of you who have subscribed to our newsletter, I should have the first edition out in September.
I will soon be offering readings via skype, at the same rates as my private line readings, this will be advantageous to those outside the USA.
Unfortunately I’ve had to increase my click4advisor rates.
Please have patience with me as I complete these updates.
It’s Memorial Day weekend here on Cape May, and while we are anticipating the normal throngs of tourists that triple the population during the summer, we are also taking the time to celebrate the holiday the way most locals so…by staying home! Driving can be a nightmare here an any holiday weekend…living at a seashore town has its benefits, but crowds during the summer is not one of them! By winter though all this fades into memory.
But as we celebrate, go to the beach, BBQ or just relax at home, let us also remember that the day is in honor of those who gave their lives in service to their country- and that is something that can not be forgotten!
I have a little imaginary box that I put all my troubles in- a small box made of ebony. Everyday when I have negative thoughts, I open that little box and dump all those thoughts into it.
The box is tiny outside, but enormous inside, and filled to the brim. Someday, like Pandora’s I fear that box will open.
There are little boxes in everyone’s life…some small, some large…some full, some empty….
Oh to have an empty one.
It’s undeniably truthful that a few years after you’ve reached the half century mark, time moves at a different pace.
When I was a kid, the summers seemed to last a whole year, and now the seasons pass so quickly that I can’t even get accustomed to one, when the next is upon me.
They say time is relative, and I suppose they are correct.
its important to make what you can out of every moment given to you. In doing so, perhaps time will slow again to a crawl and year long summers will no longer be a thing of the past.