This week Nasciens joins us and I admit, I’m already going: Who? So, lets explore his background in these myths and contemplate things for a while.
Nasciens is a character in these legends that I really don’t have any idea about. Reading the book, he is one of the many hermits that appear to the Knights when they’re on the quests in question. He is apparently, a distant ancestor of Galahad and is closely linked with the Quest of the Holy Grail, as well as representing all the wise men who were allies in general.
If this Oracle deck had a Hanged Man, like the Tarot does, this is probably their equivalent answer to him. If anyone is going to ask you to contemplate things, it will be Narciens.
He’s quite the person to understand a situation. The stories tell that he lost his sight when he looked into The Grail and is therefore more cautious than most. They say that blind people see better than sighted people. I believe it is because the other senses kick in to compensate for the loss of sight. They can pick up the meaning and context in someone’s voice, even though they’re not saying what they’re feeling, the tone of their voice gives them away. If, you care to listen.
Which brings us a bunch of good questions to ask yourself about the situation you’re in this week, so get ready to contemplate the one that fits you best. What do you really see when you look at the issue to hand? Who amongst those who trust might see a clearer way forward? How did this situation arise? what options are open to you now? What good advice will you give yourself? Did you bring this upon yourself and if so, how? What does your inner perception tell you? Can and how will your patience serve you now?
Narciens will have very few words to give your inner self, so be sure to pay attention!
Booking my help in listening to your inner self and answering your contemplation is easy, you can do that here.Deck used was the Camelot Oracle by John Matthews, illustrated by Will Worthington.