Science, Wisdom, Knowledge, Education.
The High Priestess is the card of knowledge, instinctual, supernatural, secret knowledge. She holds scrolls of arcane information that she might, or might not reveal to you. The moon crown on her head as well as the crescent by her foot indicates her willingness to illuminate what you otherwise might not see, reveal the secrets you need to know. The High Priestess is also associated with the moon however and can also indicate change or fluxuation, particularily when it comes to your moods.
I am of Native American descent, both Cherokee and Blackfoot, and was taught by my parents the history and language of my heritage, along with my younger brother. At the age of nine years old I already knew my calling was to help others through the metaphysical. With the desire and heart to aid all of those in need of guidance I then furthered my education in all walks of religion, receiving my ordination for non-denominational religion and later to be granted with a Doctorate in Metaphysics and honored with the title Seer.
My intuitive Tarot reading is just that. Not only do I interpret what I see with the Tarot’s symbolism, but I also use my initiative ability during the reading.
I have blasted through and survided Cassdaga and I have moved on to bigger and better UNIVERSAL STUDIO Florida!
Elements of your past, a guiding path in the present and a light to guide you into your future the Tarot can help you make the best choices.
The future is not set in stone, and with a reading from the Tarot and
the knowledge gained you may change or avoid any misfortune you might
be warned about.
Kayla was handed her first Tarot deck by a childhood friend when she was only 9. It was a perfect fit from the start, as soon as the Tarot touched her hands. Practicing the art of divination through the medium of the Tarot and relishing the confirmations it gave her when reading for friends. From there she moved to Rune Casting, IChing, and intuitive psychic readings on occasion.
However, she always returned to her first love of Tarot Reading, fascinated by the way it confirmed people's feelings and the guidance it had always given.. Being sure not to get lost in the 'shuffle', she began to frequent metaphysical stores, psychic faires, and booked readings by appointment.
Before the hustle and bustle of everyday life, before annoying bosses who peek over your cubical wonder if you have that assignment done so they may turn it into their boss to take credit for you work in order to keep that corner office; before you could just go into the local one stop shop to purchase: meat, paper, and even your electronic devises. People of most religions believed the Earth and its inhabitants known as animals had a story or lesson to teach. The Chinese called this Kung-Fu and on the other side of the World the Native Americans were calling them Totems translated into the word ‘Friend’ the Spiritualists call them Guides. Learning to make tools like the ape, weave fabric like a spider, and catch a fish by using your bare hands like the bear was the only way to survive in the wild. This brought balance and harmony to every living thing because these tasks were not as easy as picking up products at the grocery store nothing was in excess. Now man has forgotten how the delicate balance is, yes we live more comfortable and no I’m not saying to set up a tent and live among the wild animals. I am simply saying, “Stop and listen, think and look at what you’re doing.” We may learn from the animals as do children when they mimic their favorite one from the zoo or the animal they simply cannot get enough of.
Most Native Americans used the totem to show other tribes who their family was and each family member is connected to nine different animals that will aid them during their life. As a guide the totems would very seldom change unless an unexpected turn in one’s life had occurred, then the totems would change to suite that persons needs. Does a certain kind of animal consistently appear in your life? This doesn’t necessarily have to be a physical appearance, it could be represented in other ways such as receiving card and letters with the same animal pictured over and over, unexplainable dreams of a particular animal, watching television and seeing the same animal featured time and time again, or, actually having the animal show up. This could be one of your totems offering you a warning or lesson if you would choose to listen.
In my family we use to in advertently learn and keep our totems closed at hand and I will pass this information to you: The top animal on the totem also known as your ‘power animal’. My father’s was the Bison, my mother’s is the Great Horned Owl, my brother’s is the Dragon (or large lizard) and mine is the Tyto alba known as the ‘Barn Owl’.
What do the animals have to say to you? Come in and have a seat and from my family to yours I will assist in helping you with your animal ‘friends’.
So the winter is finally winding down, and Spring is around the corner! Yay for allergy season! Anywho, this also means more psychic fairs. I will personally be tending/reading for. First to come is the Realms Beyond in Ocala Fl, fair this Saturday. Ya'all should come to see me, the second will be in Belleview FL at the All About Art center.
I can't wait!