The Moon ( Tarot Card)
3-22-13 Friday’s Tarot: THE MOON (Manga Tarot) – Booklet, p. 27: “There’s a reason this young lady looks so concerned. Those aren’t just any dogs behind her, but the gatekeepers to a dark world of confusion and fear. Many times, this card represents troubled or unstable emotions. Bewilderment rules here in the land of shadows, and every direction can feel like the wrong one.”
When we meet the Moon on our journey of the #dailytarot the message is clear. Sort of. What we are being told is that things are not as clear as they seem, and nothing else. There is more to the story than you are being told or are aware of. Follow your instinct, and it may be just a matter of time before things start to make sense again.
"Love is private and primitive and a bit on the funky and frightening side. I think of the Luna card in the Tarot deck: some strange, huge crustacean, it's armor glistening and it's pinchers wiggling, clatters out of a pool while wild dogs howl at a bulging moon. Underneath the hearts and flowers love is loony like that..."
Today's #dailytarot is the Moon card, suggesting you need to pull yourself back from the situation, high above it like the Moon, to see it more clearly. You don't have all of the information needed right now to make the right decision, or you are too focused on your stress and anxiety over this situation to truly understand its reality.
15th Century.... The Moon [La luna] 1440s, Antonio CICOGNARA. Among the most precious objects to survive from the Milanese court of Francesco Sforza are playing cards known as tarocchi. Invented to play with at moments of leisure, it was much much later that the cards began to be used as divination tools - tarot cards.