Unlike last month, yesterday evening the sky was clear and we could see the moon shining her cool white light over our overheated country. I’ve been sitting outside enjoying the view and the slowly falling temperatures. It was not until very, very late that I pulled some cards. It surprised me how beautifully they correlated with my last full moon and new moon reading of June. .
0. Yourself in your current situation (from the base of the deck) Five of Cups
We sees a sad and burdened horse with his head held down facing the shadows. He doesn’t see the five cups above him, suspended in the light. Although I do feel somewhat better, it hasn’t been a very cheerful fortnight for me due to some personal circumstances.
1. What can be seen with clarity, so bright that it can even blind you? Mother of Pentacles
Look at how gentle and tender the doe is minding her fawn. The Mother of Pentacles radiates care and motherly love. This was my 0 card last month and seeing this card in the 1st position, it is very obvious I should nurture myself and treat myself like a loving mother should.
2. What gets completed. What closes a cycle? The hanged Man.
A bat is hanging in his cave but he is not sleeping. He is mindful and sees everything what is going on with his red eyes, but he will not be involved. This was my Embrace card for the previous new moon. Seeing it in this position it indicates to me I should become more active again and the time of surrendering and just being is coming to an end.
3. What begins to fade away, to darken, to abandon you... or what needs to be? The Emperor.
Although I have become aware of many positive traits of the Emperor over the last year, I think in this position it tells me to abandon my deep-rooted need to control ( an ever reoccurring issue )
Again I was amazed how well this reading fitted with my last two moon readings. I loved doing this full moon reading with the Wild Unknown Tarot. What I like about the deck is that you are able to see the whole reading at a glance and then you can focus on the individual cards.