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Wildwood COTD : Knight of Bows

Today, on Sunday, the Knight of Bows kindly comes out to greet us. Since we had the Lynx yesterday, I find it interesting that I pull out the Fox and continue the weekend skills of observing and camouflage.

Card of the Day
Knight of Bows ~ Fox

The fox has a lot going for it, Shamanistic-ally speaking. The list for him is as long as my arm, but there are a few that stand out. Female courage is the first one that comes out. We don’t know by looking at this card if the fox is male or female, and to be honest, it matters not. Its the energy surrounding them that is important, not their gender.

But what else has the fox got in store for us today? You can visit its Shamanistic traits here. He last came out for me on the 5th of April, when I probably needed the help of the good Doctor and his Tardis, but I do not feel the need for time travelling or the need to travel to the land of the Sidhe.

However, the ability to observe unnoticed is rather useful, especially with two small children around. It’s also useful for people watching. The fox has other useful skills when seeing clients, such as gentleness and swiftness. So today, I bid you well and take care and if you wish to book your reading with me, you can do so here.

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Wildwood COTD : Knight of Bows

2 thoughts on “Wildwood COTD : Knight of Bows

  1. Hi πŸ™‚ I love you daily draws, & absolutely love this deck. Definately one to get!
    Have recently had a fox come in as a guide, & he clearly showed me he walks on the boundaries between worlds, & that he can hide in plain sight! Love this, thanks. faery hugs πŸ™‚ x

  2. The Fox does what it has to do to survive. The Fox is primarily associated with intelligence, eg:”cunning as a fox” or ” sly as a fox”, it plays with the hand it has been given so to speak, utilising the the tricks & cleverness it was born with.
    If you have never seen it, have a look at the 7 of Swords in the Motherpeace tarot deck (if you want to that is) to see how another artist has portrayed it’s cunning and strategy.Have grown up with foxes always closeby to our chook/duck pens….amazing creatures.It is difficult to watch a fox watching you!

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