Sunday, April 09, 2006

The Next Sunday Next Before Easter: Palm Sunday

Intent: The Temporary Triumph of the Light before its Obscuration

...Resonates strangely with Tarot cards from this morning's meditation:
The lesson is taken from the Revelation of St. John:

"And the four-and-twenty elders and the four beasts fell down and worshipped God that sat on the throne, saying: Amen, Praise our God, all ye His servants and ye that love Him, both great and small. And I heard as if it were the voice of a great multitude, and as the voice of many waters (4 of Cups: the voice of Agwe resounding from the ocean depths, even the belly of the whale, indeed!), and as the voice of mighty thunderings (3 of Pentacles: as Oya the goddess of lightning skips lightly over the crags), saying: Alleluia!" The goddess Erzulie also steps in (7 of Swords) with her Venusian mirror to remind us to take all of this cum grano salis, i.e. with a very large grain of salt, as Amazing Grace plays on 3PBS gospel program ;-))

Also Modron's day (Celtic)
A Welsh goddess and daughter of Avalloc, who evolved from the earlier Celtic goddess Matrona, thought to be a forerunner of Morgan le Fay from Arthurian Legend.
Did manage to recall two more significant dream fragments last night: doing art therapy with one client at Gawith (she turned out a beautiful, soft, blue, Zen-looking sky), and also another one, doing some very vibrant abstract pattern work - kind of Mexican or Aztec-looking - turned out to have a twin sister called Donna, to whom they just introduced me... Very interesting... And speaking of "Zen skies", you will find an enchanting gallery of meditative, not to mention images to explore at Nesster's ;-))

2 Comments:

Blogger Sebastian Aristos said...

Interesting about the dream of the twin. I have just last night finished reading "The Magus". Thanks for lending it to me. I really enjoyed it.

7:19 am  
Blogger asgif666 said...

I gave it to you... I would re-read it myself, but I couldn't stand how it kept falling apart in my hands, remember? However, I did just score Lasher and Taltos (2nd and 3rd in Anne Rice's Mayfair witches series), 2ndhand... ;-))

8:45 am  

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