And today, brings to me the Five of Bows. This shows a picture of a chalk man on the hillside, holding a bow and a club. There are four more bows on the ground, before us. I had to look in the book to learn that this figure is the Cerne Abbas Giant (or the Rude Giant) and he lives near the village of Cerne Abbas in Dorchester, Dorset, England. He’s an ancient emblem of fertility and has long been seen as a opener of the ways.
The keyword for this card is empowerment and as I was walking the dog and the toddler in the park and nature reserve this morning, I was wondering what this meant. I really shouldn’t wonder things like this because then I get answers! I received a telephone call that, to be honest, I half expected. The up-shot of that call is that I am not doing any face to face readings this Saturday, as the venue have a sale on and as such, an extra body around doing readings with no firm bookings before hand would probably just cause issues (plus, they’re small so they’ll be in need the space!) and their rates have changed.
So for now, I am investigating other avenues and venues for face to face readings, but I am still here, available on e-mail, Skype, MSN, Facebook and Twitter. Gosh, could I be anywhere else? oh yes, at your house, entertaining your friends with Tarot readings! I do house parties too 🙂