Go forth bravely from thy Comfort Zone. Wheels up in 20 minutes.
Aces are always ‘gifts from the sky’ that is, that ‘spark’ of initial inspiration and passion – wherever did that idea come from? This healthy, straight branch being presented to us from out of the clouds by the mysterious Skyhand of the Tarot is already starting to sprout and needs planting, quickly. Where? The Skyhand carrying the strong new sapling flies over a green woodsy looking forest landscape and a beautiful, calm blue lake. It’s like a view from a plane, and it looks like someone’s going somewhere – probably a last-minute decision, but an inspired one. Sagittarius, Leo and Aries are all of this restless suit of Fire, and like to travel fast and light.
The desirable Four of Wands is reversed today, that card of abundance and happy home. Four posts are planted in the ground strung with garlands, ribbons and flowers, like a garden party or wedding reception. This is a very happy card, 4 being the number of stability (think the 4 legs on your chair). A beautiful, happy place, and although there are no humans on the Morgan-Greer card, usually pictured under the floral canopy are 2 dancing humans lifting bouquets or as they used to call them in olden tymes, nosegays (please somebody have a band called Nosegay) in celebration. These people are appreciating their home and each other.
Reversed, the stable, protective, reliable 4 has rutted the road from its 4 wheels taking the same route day in, day out for years. Alternatively, our happy home is unsettled and uncomfortable.
Somebody’s moving, wants to move, or needs to move. Your environment is not, as a late mentor used to say, ‘throwing you out into the Universe’.
Literally, ‘greener pastures’. The weather couldn’t be more different on these two cards, or the landscape. The Ace is fresh and new and green, the belly-up 4 is yellow and harsh, dry and barren except for the beautiful floral garlands that obviously did not grow there. The beautiful arrangement is manmade and handmade, tied with red ribbons, symbolizing the inspiration and passion that went into this picturesque place. We’ve had a lot of gatherings, parties, raised a family, made memories here but..
Suddenly inspired or invited to take a quick trip, you may find you want to move. This is such a drastic change in environment – and we see plenty of old growth down below from our bird’s eye view, pine trees and forests. It seems that this is the environment in which our new idea or passion will thrive. This is where the big trees grow.
If you have a penis, you may be traveling to ‘plant’ it somewhere new. Just saying. It wants to wander, but you know that.
Could be as simple as getting out of the house for a trip to the lake.