Page Of Bows – Wildwood Tarot Deck
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I. The Position of Page of Bows Wildwood Tarot on The Wheel
Move away from the point of the summer solstice to Lamar day.
II. The Meaning of Page of Bows Wildwood Tarot
With a fierce hunting instinct and the ability to live underground or change the color from white to red with a black tail (3 sacred colors of the ancient world), the Stoat has a mysterious connection with the sovereignty of the holy land.
III. The interpretation of Page of Bows Wildwood Tarot
Normally, you are recognized as an envoy and therefore, the gifts you are given are extremely honorable and conspicuous. The ability to accept the truth in any situation is extremely helpful. Freedom in your soul makes you feel like a unique and original individual.
As someone who is present in your life: A charming and adventurous individual who can act as an ambassador. He/she may sometimes be too energetic. As a stranger comes through your life, he/she is the catalyst for change. As a friend, he/she can be an intermediary representing your interests. He/she can also be a bit impulsive and gullible.
As an aspect or process: Work to advance. Learn how to commit to life. Dedicated to a hobby or pleasure. Undistinguished or interfere deeply with everything.
As an event or situation: The unexpected news. Unexpected help. A chance to shine. A dream or an illusion. Strange, worrying news.
Question: Who is giving you a chance? What is the advantage of where you belong? How will things change if you stick with it?
IV. The guideline of Page of Bows Wildwood Tarot
The Page of Bows Wildwood – Stoat, pauses for a moment on a warm rock on the edge of Wildwood. In the distance, we see a waterfall pouring into the unknown place below the observation post of Stoat. In The Wildwood Tarot, Stoat is associated with the sovereignty of the land. This is because, during the summer months, his coat is a burnished copper, but in the winter, the coat turns white – still with his small black tail. The color combination of red, white, and black has an ancient and sacred connection to the land we encountered in The Wildwood Tarot. This winter coat, ermine, is also used for cutting into royal robes and crowns. Stoat likes the irony – that such a small and popular animal should have such royal significance!
The sovereignty of the land means the ground below our feet is sacred. When we separate ourselves from the land, we lose touch with an important and ancient part of ourselves – and our journey through Wildwood will reunite ourselves to the land! As a personality, Page of Bows represents a number of small, fast-moving, voracious projects – dealing with unrestrained enthusiasm (without a lot of experience). Until Lammas, Stoat is an important guide for us: Where is your connection to the land? How can you improve it? What makes you energetic? Let’s connect with Page of Bows and celebrate the sanctity of the land around you.
V. Keywords and extensions of Page of Bows Wildwood Tarot
Fire element; An emissary, charming, and adventurous, maybe hasty or gullible; Devotion to an interest or hobby; Unexpected news or help, An opportunity to shine, Privacy, Anonymity, The incredible, An extraordinary thing, Strange news, A free soul, Dreams, Illusion, The appearance of a stranger.