Wednesday, March 16, 2016

Letting Winter Go

It's the Easter Bunny in disguise as the local Shaman.  That was my first thought when viewing this card.  It looks like Easter Bunny ears on the the headdress of this village Shaman.  He is dressed in the many colors of Spring and appears to be blessing the fruits of the harvest.  We are in that transitional time between Winter to Spring.  The seasonal change is apparent everywhere and most especially with the abundance of daffodils blooming.  Daffodils, such happy little flowers.

This deck is named the Sacred Sites Tarot and  this card reminds me Sacred Sites are everywhere, even in our own backyard.  One of the best Rites of Spring is the traditional Easter Egg Hunt, coming soon to most neighborhoods.  Everyone dresses up in their new Spring garb and celebrates the returning Sun, more hours of daylight, warmer days, and relief of the passing Winter.
Time to bask in the magic of the moment.



SACRED SITES TAROT ~ Lo Scarabeo

5 comments:

  1. I've come to the same conclusion. I'd like to see all of the places that come up in a google image search for sacred sites, just to see, but do I consider any of them sacred? Worth worshiping? It makes me laugh to think of it...

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    1. Really I think Dorothy had it right "there's no place like home." We can search the whole world over and the best place is right where we are. Again like the other day; where ever you go, there you are. Be Well

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  2. Heehee - the shaman as Easter bunny - that's perfect! And like both you and Sharyn, I think it is our attention and appreciation of something that makes it sacred, which could be just about anything.

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  3. I love my "sacred" places around the house and in the garden. little nooks and corners, only sacred because I want them to be.
    In the Netherlands we call Daffodils often Easter flowers :D

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    1. I did not ask, since I am relatively new to this forum and what a great group of oracle readers, but the Netherlands. Wonderful. I love the internet and how it allows us all to connect.

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