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Art Illustration: In a Tarot card reading, the Queen of Cups in a spread can be a symbol of someone who is psychic, empathetic but who overlooks things out of love. This post includes a vintage and modern fortune telling meanings of the Queen of Cups, ideal for the advanced reader or those just learning the cards. These interpretations can be used with any of the decks (Rider Waite, Marseilles etc).


Imbolc Correspondences

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Colors: red, white, yellow, pink
Stones: garnet, ruby, onyx, bloodstone, amethyst
Herbs: angelica, basil, bay leaf, myrrh, coltsfoot, heather
Flowers: snowdrops, violets, crocus, daffodils, forsythia
Incense: myrrh, cinnamon, violet, wisteria, jasmine, vanilla
Altar decorations/symbols: white flowers, potted bulbs, Brighid’s cross, Brídeóg, sheep, cows, ploughs, cauldron, poems or poetry book, candles or candle wheel
Foods: pumpkin and sunflower seeds, poppyseed pastries, dairy products, early spring vegetables


Metaphysical Information for Abalone Shell

Emerald is powerful Heart Chakra stone, radiating its loving, vibrant energy of unconditional love upon us.  It opens our hearts to accept ourselves and all the gifts that life has bestowed upon us.  Emerald is also a prosperity stone as it strengthens our courage to follow our heart’s wisdom.  It amplifies hope and encouragement helping us clarify and strengthen our intention for a desired outcome.  Emerald is a great stone when working in groups of two or more as it encourages teamwork, bonding, communication and mutual respect.