OwlKaMyst is where panentheist mystic witch, Suzanne, can share her skills and knowledge of tarot, astrology and more with anyone who seeks it.
The face and name behind OwlKaMyst is Suzanne. Her interest in the metaphysical and creative aspects of life started at a very early age. Having grown up with out any religious affiliation, she was able to view the Great Mystery with her own eyes and mind. Her interest in ancient culture, myths and legends, the occult; astrology and tarot began as a young adult.
Suzanne has been using tarot for over 20 years and through the years has collected many decks. Being that she is also an artists and crafter, Suzanne created a formula for making cloth bags to fit all the different deck sizes.
Owl Ka Myst Tarot is where you can order one of these made to fit bags for you deck. Or maybe you need a spread cloth.
For more info visit the Tarot Accessories page.
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How To Phrase Questions for a Tarot Reading
What is most important is how one phrases a question. Questions are best if not phrased in a manner that can be answered with a simple -
YES or NO.
Tarot does not give direct YES or NO answers.
Answers are not as simple as that. Tarot is best at shedding light on the influences, possibilities & offer advice surrounding your issue. Tarot is a tool that gives one guidance.
"Will I have a new job before the end of the year?"
• This is only answered with a yes or a no A better way of asking about this issue~
"What can I do to find a new job before the end of the year?"
This is another aspect to consider when asking a question.
"When will I have a new job?"
In most cases, the opportunities are not bound by time. Opportunities are found by taking action. Therefore an exact time can not be pinpointed
• It is better to ask:
"What do I need to do to find a new job?"
In the examples about the issue is about a job. So one could simply ask for a reading about a job, or employment and just use a single word or short phrase to be the focus of the reading.
There is also the option to not have any focus at all and to let the cards bring forth what ever message there may be. Some people say 'What ever the spirit/universe has to tell me', others say 'Just a general reading'.
If you are not sure of how to phrase your question just send what you come up with and we will phrase it better together.
Tarot does not foretell any sort of ‘written in stone’ future.
Any future that the cards describe is conditional to the current path that you are on.
If the cards show a future that you do not like, it is up to you to take action & change it.
DO NOT ask for a reading if you are not willing to open your heart and mind to the message coming from the Universe through the cards.
Alchemy is often thought of the process of turning base metals into gold, or the development of the Philosopher's Stone. However, alchemy provided the foundation for modern chemistry and the scientific testing methods. Many early scientific discoveries and medicines came from alchemy.
What seperates Alchemy from Science is that Alchemy is accepting of an unseen metaphysical energy and influence. Labs were set up and experiments done according to astrological conditions.
Alchemy is just as much Spiritual as it is Scientific and the Magic in Alchemy is that Natural force that has not yet been reviled by science.
A Break Down of the Wordplay
The Owl's symbolic meaning and mythology goes from one side of the spectrum to the other.
The Owl has its place of honor as well as its place in fear, Owl is both light and dark. The Owl has been associated with Goddesses across the world. The Sumerian Goddess Lilith, goddess of death. Lilith made her way into Jewish mythology and was a demoness. She represented sex... In Hebrew Lilith translates to 'screech owl'.
There is the Greek Goddess Athena, the goddess of wisdom and war, and ironically, purity. She also is representative of literature and the arts.
The prophetic aspect attributed to the Owl is partly responsible for the later representation of evil and becoming associated with witchcraft. This is quite ironic comsidering that over a number of centuries, across the world, a dead owl would be nailed to a door to ward off evil. The Owl is nocturnal and is active in the dark of night. This is a time that is associated with death, thus the Owl has also been associated with death.
When we look to the Greek Patheon, we find Athena with her companion Owl. Athena was the Goddess of Wisdom and this brings the association of wisdom to the Owl as well as a protector. The Owl's ability for keen vision at night lends itself to the concept of a view into the unknown.
The wise, protective and prophetic attributes of the Owl is a common theme and can be found in many cultures across time and across the globe.
In ancient Egypt a stone carving was made of a ruler or other important person. This bust would go into the tomb upon the persons death. It's purpose served as a 'container' for the person's Ka, their essence, their spirit, their soul; from here they could watch over things.