An oracle for those who have come to a crossroads.


The Cauldron indicates the importance of combining a variety of techniques or elements to get the best result.  Refuse to choose just a single rigid pathway when a variety of ways are there to be enjoyed and experienced.  You can find your own ways of creating something new.  The cauldron is a deeply transformational tool—things change once they are put under pressure.  Resilience is being cultivated over time and this means that you will be able to withstand any negative pressure much more healthily from the inside out.

A Card from the Halloween Oracle Today

I haven’t shared a card from my favorite oracle deck in some time.  This one doesn’t come up very often, but it’s interesting: The Veil.  Like all the cards in this deck, it has multiple layers of meaning.  On the surface, it indicates a time of year when there are “high spirits,” particularly Samhain or Beltaine.  But it can also signify “another world” in the sense of one’s personal, subjective world changing.  This might mean an initiatory shift in perspective or values.  It might also mean a literal change in surroundings—like, “It’s a different world out here in Tasmania.  I never thought I’d own a farm . . . ”  Ultimately, this card suggests the idea that the separations between things, worlds, selves, places, states are but veils through which we can see, if imperfectly.

Halloween Oracle: “Hearth”

Greetings.  Today, I felt called to draw another card from the Halloween Oracle deck.  It is “Hearth,” which indicates a focus on home, family, and the magic of well-being that those things bring.  If you are lacking in those areas, it may be time to pay a bit more attention to beautifying your life.  If you have a fulfilling home / family, then it may be useful to give thanks for those things and recenter yourself in the security and peace that they provide.