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We are entering the eclipse season starting off with the New Moon solar eclipse in Scorpio on 10/25/22.

Eclipses are here to bring great changes and huge shifts in energies, illuminating truths and unveiling illusions as to what must leave. This season is going to be a doozy, as it is the beginning of the fixed water sign of Scorpio, which has a lot to do with emotions and the final release of energies that no longer serve us.

This comes with working from within. For instance, are you able to take the time to sit with yourself and your emotions? To understand them, to heal, to send yourself some love, process them and finally let them go? Can you forgive yourself and/or others? How can you love yourself more?

These are the questions you should be asking yourself and working on.

I have channeled through some beautiful and inspiring messages for the collective. Please read below.

Collective Tarot Reading for October 2022

Pyramid Style

Four of Wands: Walking through the 1111 gates of celebration, a phase, a rite of passage has been completed and the feeling is pure joy. Accomplishments are often completed with the help of others; in this case the results are magical and bigger than anything anyone ever created alone. More work lies ahead, new challenges, phases and experiences. But for now, in this moment, take the time to enjoy our efforts and celebrate what we have done as a collective.  

Ten of Disks: As a result of our accomplishments it suggests that  we have created a long and lasting stable foundation for you and your loved ones.

Perspective Card: Something may come to an unexpected halt. We may feel stuck in this phase of the eclipse. Take a step back, embrace this pause with open arms, and try a new way of thinking. Shining a light on an old path can guide you to exciting new places, illuminating hidden treasures.

Princess of Cups: Is full of creative energy that is ready to be tapped into the emotional, the gentle, and the romantic side of life – and acts as a messenger to tune into our own intuition. Listen carefully to her voice to help bring your inner ideas into fruition. Dream bigger. 

Two of Swords: We have some big decisions to make with what energy we choose to focus on.  If we focus on the doom and gloom, we get more negativity. But if we focus on our dreams by holding the vision, the light and the love, we will get there. It is really a mindset shift; we have to change together as one collective energy to make the big changes we want to see in our world. We are at the crossroads. Lead with the head and heart balance.

Prince of Wands (bottom of the deck): Passionate and determined on the tasks ahead but a reminder to enjoy the present moment.

Eight of Wands: Expect velocity, swift developments, and rapid conclusions. The long journey is almost over and it is inevitable that we will reach our destination. But stay alert! The closer you are to home, the more prone you are to accidents.

Four of Cups: Stop focusing on the disillusionments and the empty cups. Possibility is closer than you think. You have a full cup in front of you – be the optimistic one.

Ace of Coins: This card lifts all of the cards. It is a gift freely given, but like all Aces, it is a momentary blaze of inspiration from the universe. Abundance, nourishment, contentment, and an opportunity to create something new. A reminder to stay grounded.

Queen of Cups: She knows your depth and what you are capable of, and more importantly, she believes in you! She is your biggest fan, encouraging your greatness and holding your dreams safely and internally in your heart.

Knight of Cups (bottom of the deck): Love and romance is all around us, its beauty, charm, imagination, and creative energy.

Six of Swords: Moving towards calmer waters and better days travelling right into the Three of Cups – celebration, collaboration and closer of coming together with enjoyment. A card of unity.  Followed by the Six of Pentacles – balance is key with giving and receiving. Are you a giver or taker? Or is there a balance with the two energies?

Seven of Cups: Choices? Which cup are you going to choose from? Some are good things and some are not. Another reminder about the illusions—not everything is what it seems—smoke ‘n mirrors kinda energy. This is another reminder of your intuition, and knowing the feelings in your body will help you with this. Beside this is the Eight of Wands again, don’t get tricked, stay alert.

Nine of Pentacles: How Glorious! Think abundance, luxury, self-sufficiency, financial independence. You’ve worked hard and now you can finally enjoy the fruits of your labour. A well-deserved success! Now sit back, relax and enjoy the luxuries and pleasure of the good life.  You deserve it.

Queen of Cups (bottom of the deck) again: Your biggest fan! You are amazing and keep believing.

The Rose Oracle Reading

The Anointed: Answer the call. Leadership. Empowerment. Soul Gifts.

The Sun: Joy Enjoyment. Life force. Success. Vitality. Play.

The Wild Rose: Do it your way. Embrace your uniqueness. Untamed.

The Crystal Spirit Oracle Reading

Pyrite: To shield from negative energy as well as environmental pollutants. It will also promote physical well-being as well. Stimulating the second and third chakras. Pyrite enhances strength of the mind and will power.

Jade: Is a highly valued stone. Symbolizes gentleness, serenity, harmony, and balance in Feng Shui. It has many meanings, including strength, luck and good health. It is a healing stone for the heart chakra and balances the body’s process.

Spessartine Garnet: Stimulates all aspects of creativity in both energy and ability, and encourages us to take actions toward our dreams, visions and goals. It induces optimism, confidence, daring and action. A grounding stone for the root and a powerful stone for the solar plexus.

Until next time, sending you all the love and light,

Julie ♡

Tarot Decks used:

  • The Field Tarot by Hannah Elizabeth Fofana
  • The Fountain Tarot 
  • The Rider Tarot Deck by Edward Waite
  • The Crystal Spirits Oracle by Colette Baron-Reid
  • The Rose Oracle by Rebecca Campbell