Dakotawitch Divines

Ramblings and Readings

Daily Dakotawitch: Nine of Pentacles March 27, 2014

Nine of Pentacles, drawn from The Goddess Tarot by Kris Waldherr:

Pentacles in this deck are associated with Laxmi/Laksmi, Hindu Goddess of wealth, abundance, and prosperity. Pentacles are associated with Earth, with its powers of fertility, abundance, grounding, and governance of practical matters.

The Nine of Pentacles comes into our day to remind us to be grounded but also willing to take flight. The Nine of Pentacles appears when our ventures, projects, and efforts have almost reached completion and are ready to go out into the world. If you have been working on a project or venture, now is a good time to prepare to launch it, share it, or bring it to the world. This card assures us that our work is soon to pay off, and that what we share with the world will be well received. Like the dove poised on Laxmi’s hand, our fortunes and ideas are ready to take flight! This card also encourages us to give ourselves a pat on the back or other credit for our hard work, as well as take the time to thank those who have supported us.

Nine of Pentacles from The Goddess Tarot by Kris Waldherr

Nine of Pentacles from The Goddess Tarot by Kris Waldherr

 

Daily Dakotawitch: Nine of Staves February 10, 2014

Nine of Staves, drawn from The Goddess Tarot by Kris Waldherr:

Staves (Wands) in this deck are ruled by Freyja, Norse Goddess of smithcraft, poetry, midwifery, home, and the hearth. Staves represent communication, intellectual knowledge, reason, understanding, and poetic inspiration.

The Nine of Staves comes into our lives when it feels like we have been in a battle of wits of intellect. This card lets us know that it is time to rest — we have our argument or information lined up and ready at hand, and we will be able to defend ourselves as needed. The Nine of Staves also encourages us to examine our communication style. Do you have a tendency to be combative or to “right fight”? Do you always need to have the last word, or do you enter discussions armed for battle at all times? The Nine of Swords encourages us to examine our communication style, and to also evaluate how much emphasis we put on being right. It may be time to find a healthier way to engage.

nine of staves

 

Daily Dakotawitch: Nine of Pentacles February 3, 2014

Nine of Pentacles, drawn from The Goddess Tarot by Kris Waldherr:

Pentacles in this deck are associated with Laxmi/Laksmi, Hindu Goddess of wealth, abundance, and prosperity. Pentacles are associated with Earth, with its powers of fertility, abundance, grounding, and governance of practical matters.

The Nine of Pentacles comes into our day to remind us to be grounded but also willing to take flight. The Nine of Pentacles appears when our ventures, projects, and efforts have almost reached completion and are ready to go out into the world. If you have been working on a project or venture, now is a good time to prepare to launch it, share it, or bring it to the world. This card assures us that our work is soon to pay off, and that what we share with the world will be well received. Like the dove poised on Laxmi’s hand, our fortunes and ideas are ready to take flight! This card also encourages us to give ourselves a pat on the back or other credit for our hard work, as well as take the time to thank those who have supported us.

Nine of pentacles