It’s go time. All fired up and ready. You’re anxious to make a move, you’re chomping at the bit. You want to get going on something, but..
There is so much energy in these two cards I want to hook it up to my amp (not lying, last week I solar-powered my washing machine which is completely blowing my mind and is easily one of my Top 5 Lifetime Achievements). Knights are always charging around on their poor horses, but on the Morgan-Greer deck we see our hero of the Fire suit (Sagittarius/Leo/Aries) only from the waist up, so today, well, that may be his problem. He has no horse, and he needs to get going! Of all the Knights, he’s the hardest to keep still. He looks over at the 3 of Clubs which shows us a human looking off in the distance who seems to be waiting for something or someone or considering a journey himself. The Knight shoulders his club which is starting to sprout new leaves, as are the clubs on the 3. I can see why he’s in a rush to get there, between them they have 4, and the 4 of Clubs is one of the happiest cards in the deck, specifically a happy home. However, for some reason that’s not happening, and we don’t know why. There is distance between the two, but the way is clear. There is not a tree or bit of green on either card aside from the new little green leaves sprouting from the thick, straight brown branches they both hold. The Knight’s bright yellow glove bears the silhouette of a salamander, long believed to be fireproof.
Well, there’s some reason something’s not happening that someone wants or needs to happen, like, now. Like, yesterday. But it can’t.
If I were watching a little movie, I would say the firefighter is waiting for what he needs to charge on into that fire – and someone else is pretty on edge waiting for them, and although the human of the 3 has one branch planted where he stands and will have to abandon it, he has 2 more in hand ready to run with. It’s all he can carry. A yellow, vicious looking wing’d Griffin rides along on top of the Knight’s helmet, or at least I thought that’s what it was, it’s front half bird and back half lizard or dragon and I can’t find it on the internets but I did discover the Shug Monkey, and I want one, although they haven’t been seen since WWII.
I digress. Wands often mean travel, fast, and by air. No doubt as I type this there are water-dropping planes coming and going all over California and people nervously waiting for help to save their homes and themselves. This is very much having to get the hell out, and the word ‘stressful’ doesn’t even qualify as an understatement here. This poor 3 could be watching his own home burn down to the ground having fled with only what he could carry, and has had to ‘plant’ all over again somewhere else, literally and figuratively. For the first time I notice if I focus on the brown cloak, from the back it resembles a thick, brown tree trunk. Old growth is threatened, but new growth will take its place.
Resources are spread thin, and our firefighting sky pilot is ready to go as soon as he gets his vehicle. That thing on his helmet is ready to take off as soon as it gets the word.
Maybe that’s why he has no horse today, they don’t fight fire on horseback, thankfully.
Jupiter is back where he belongs after a lot of years and brings more of everything, and in Sagittarius, bigger is not better when it comes to fire.
Good luck to all.