Author Archives: Koneta
Beltane or Beltain, marks the beginning of summer and is celebrated on May first from sundown to sundown. Our Ancestors in Great Britain and other parts of Europe, celebrated with food, dancing, ritual, and bonfire.
“Having expectations that are unrealistically high will likely lead to disappointment and becoming overly defensive. Take care to not wallow long in your sorrow, ask for help to heal and move on.”
“I revel in these moments of respite to spend time with friends and family, to nurturing good energies that will heal and promote renewed life, contentment, and spirits – to awaken confidence and self-esteem in all who have been asleep.”
Continuing in the Card by Card series, now comes the Six of Wands. Wands can also be known as Rods, Scepters, Arrows, Staves, Fire, etc. Numerically, the sixes can relate to harmony, opposites reconciled, strong relationships, communication. The Six of … Continue reading