Some of the most advanced work and theories when it comes to magick are currently appearing in blogs on the web. Because much of this is "cutting edge," there are going to be disagreements. As long as these are arguments based on logic (a series of premises or ideas that lead to a conclusion) as opposed to simple personal attacks ("You're wrong and your mother dresses you funny"), this is a good thing. People present their arguments, the logic goes back and forth, and people reading the information can come to their own conclusions.
Recently there has been a spate of posts debating the value and even the reality of what is commonly called "magickal energy" and working with that energy.
In this series, we’ve been looking at numerological meanings and how they play out with the various suits. It is fun to do, but in my opinion, it falls apart about now. I can never determine on a keyword that relates to the energy of the seven that also relates in some way to each of the four cards. So. We will take them as they are.
The 7 of Wands exudes defensiveness and protection. It indicates a situation requiring one to stand firm and to not waver.
The 7 of Swords is no one’s favorite card. It, like the 5, is difficult. Stealth and deception are usually at the heart of the image. When this card comes up, it makes me more nervous than, say, The Tower. I never want to
Did you miss the USTREAM chat with Witchcraft on a Shoestring author Deborah Blake? Never fret! You can watch the interview here or below.
Below is the continuation (there were a few technical difficulties :) :