Okanagan Oracle Colour Study 3: Spirit

This is one of my favourite cards from the Okanagan Oracle. I’ve often come across steps and logs like this in woods. Look at all the colours! Brown and taupe, gold, beige, green, sage green, black, black-greys, everywhere small details of colour.

I had a hard time stopping myself from picking cards for this.

SPIRIT – Okanagan Oracle
SUMMER TO FALL – FLYING WEST – Eartheart Wisdom Cards
COVER FOR SCRIBNER’S FICTION NUMBER AUGUST 1897 – Maxfield Parrish, Pomegranate Postcard
THE EVENING STAR – JOSEPH MALLORD WILLIAM TURNER – National Gallery postcard
PALLID CARRIER 5,  AND VOLCANO LIMPET 142 – The Ocean Oracle
KNIGHT OF WANDS – IRON – Tarot of Gemstones and Crystals
RABBIT – Animal Spirits Knowledge Cards

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Autumn leaves, and the end of summer, the quiet tones of earth and rock, the evening of day and seasons. Rabbit is out under the moon, the sacred hare of lunar cycles and seasons of life. Fiction under the trees, the heat of August and iron thrumming under the earth, steps to the Underworld of coming winter. Relieve the tension says Limpet, and what came easily requires hard work says the Xenophora pallidula.

Seasons mean power, you must look harder for it, the Spirit is there under your feet and waiting in the woods, reflected in the sky with the evening star, making way for the moon, the tension of the day becoming a different light.

 

 

 

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2 Comments on “Okanagan Oracle Colour Study 3: Spirit”

  1. Beverly King Says:

    I can almost smell the moist earth in that Spirit card; may not look like much is happening on the outside, but I bet there are seeds and roots waiting to shoot up toward the sun when the time is right.

    • JJ Says:

      Yes, I agree, it’s definitely a “smell the earth” card with feelings of anticipation for things readying themselves to grow!


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