Yesterday my whole Mars in Virgo schedule wonked out because my Aquarian kitten, Tesla, was lost. Someone apparently took her from my street, where she was playing perfectly happily and to the vet, assuming she was a stray. So now she has a really naff collar and i have a massive vet’s bill. Seriously, if i took all the cute cats i see straight to the vet, just in case, it would be like a full time occupation. Anyway, she is safe & well, thank Freya & Bast, but I do have some interesting observations re Tarot & Horary from this.
In between bouts of frantically stalking the neighbourhood, looking for Tesla and peering into backyards (interesting) I did the Tarot for “Will I Find The Cat?” and my lovely friend Kim Falconer, who is a genius at Horary, offered to run the chart. For those who don’t know, Horary is the old medieval art of using an astrology chart drawn for the time of the query, to answer it. It has a lot of arcane rules of its own. What is really fascinating, is that both the readings were correct.
I did the Tarot first, getting Wheel Of Fortune, the King of Cups, Three Of Wands, Eight of Wands, Ace of Pentacles. Chance and/or fate takes the Cat on a journey-adventure via the King of Cups…the conclusion is v.swift. I get back from another fruitless search to four missed phone calls from the Vet i’d reported her missing to. Ace of Pentacles was the insane Vet bill. I knew from looking at the Tarot that a man was involved in the cat going missing, that she had been transported someplace, that she would be found and quickly but it would cost me some $.
Then Kimmy’s Horary said she would be found that same day and in the North East, that once i found her in the North-East, she would be in the West and high up on a shelf or in a box. So voila, the vet is due North-East from my house and she was in the West side of the surgery, on a high shelf. Next to a cage containing a Rottweiler. So, soz to ramble on and on about this but interesting insight into how both Tarot and Horary can be eerily correct.
AND what really fascinates me is Kimmy’s axiom: The clearer the question, the more clear the answer. eg; Where is my lost kitten? gets a lot clearer an answer than nebulous questions about potential for relationship with someone. Even though they’re the questions we most love asking. Some even say that Horary to find lost objects is it’s primary application.
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