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October One Card Draw.

The October One Card Draw is now OPENCLOSED! Thank you for your participation; I'm glad to be of service.

Happy Halloween, Blessed Samhain, etc! I'm down to the wire this month, but I'm here! As usual, I will be open for roughly 24 hours to give everyone a chance. If I don't get back to you right away, don't worry, I will! I'm also a mom with kids who has to do the Halloween thing today. :)

Comment and I will pull a card for you from my original, unique bird oracle deck. Anyone and everyone is welcome! If you are facing a choice, the cards may help point in the most positive direction for you. You may request an overall card to meditate upon. You might want a card to let you know what new thing may come into your life in the near future, or what is the most important thing facing you at this time. You may ask a specific question and we will see how the universal subconscious will answer it for you. However you use this opportunity, I hope it will be helpful!

A quick note: The more detail you give in your request, the better I can interpret the card's meaning for you, which is my role as intermediary, however, even just a general request will get my best effort; it's up to you.

For privacy, you may post anonymously; sponsors may choose to get their reading via private message.

Today, I'm working for tips; please support my work if you can! All sponsors may request a second card! (This may be a new question or more detail on the original question, whatever you prefer, just let me know!)
If total tips exceed $15, I will select from all sponsors to receive a free Wings reading. At $25, a random sponsor will receive a Simple Nest reading. At $50, everyone gets into the running to win a Wings read, and at $75, everyone gets a chance at a Simple Nest. Thank you for your support!
Can't afford to tip? Spread the word! Post a link to my draw in at least two different places and you can request a second card! Thank you!

I made my own button this month; I hope you like it!






As always, please see the disclaimer on my profile page. Also, remember that you can purchase a read at any time from that same profile page or from my website!


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purplefrog26
Oct. 31st, 2012 04:35 pm (UTC)
I would love a meditation/inspiration card.
wrenstarling
Oct. 31st, 2012 05:04 pm (UTC)
For you, I drew Pigeon/Dove. Let’s start with the fact that pigeon and dove are two words for the same sort of bird…dove is usually applied to smaller (and often lighter-colored) varieties, while larger (and typically darker) varieties are considered pigeons. Pigeons typically get a bad reptutation as nuisance birds, scavengers and thieves, while doves are considered lovely and sweet and a popular symbol of peace. These birds have very strong wing muscles and are among the strongest fliers of all birds, and are highly maneuverable as well. These are also among the most adaptable of birds, having colonized virtually every environment on Earth, with the exceptions of the Arctic, Antarctic, and driest Sahara desert. These birds are also associated with water, being the only species that can suck water. These birds go back in the fossil record much as they are…there are few evidences of primitive/proto-pigeons. One of the most heartrending stories of extinction is that of the passenger pigeon. The pigeon/dove is truly THE bird, the bird’s bird, the foundation upon which the concept of bird may be built. It is the essence of bird-ness. It is also the bird-equivalent of human beings, which is never more clear than in our odd love/hate relationship, and the fact that virtually every human quality is, in one way or another, projected onto them. If I were to make a myth about human beings, I would say we were pigeons who had lost our wings. Perhaps the most powerful word associated with this bird is HOME, in as many ways as the word can be thought of and interpreted. These birds are the base from which other things come.

A good card for meditation/inspiration!
ellenmillion
Oct. 31st, 2012 06:00 pm (UTC)
I would love a card regarding creative projects!
wrenstarling
Oct. 31st, 2012 08:58 pm (UTC)
Interesting; you got Penguin.This bird is associated with society, community, social graces, surprising sacrifice. Penguin, hobbled in one world and flying in another, brings a different perspective.

Hope that helps!

ellenmillion
Oct. 31st, 2012 11:25 pm (UTC)
Oh, that does have some interesting layers to it! Thank you! :)
jake67jake
Oct. 31st, 2012 06:09 pm (UTC)
Vacation this week... PLEASE?
wrenstarling
Oct. 31st, 2012 08:58 pm (UTC)
I know you are worried about people coming, but as long as one person joins you, you'll be fine.
I drew Magpie. This is generally a very good card and encourages you to take smart risks. It's possible some people who say they are coming won't follow through, but don't let this discourage you. However many people come, it should work out pretty well. Seven people coming might be less than ideal, but might be fine, too, and any other number will be positive. Relax and have a good time!
acelightning
Nov. 1st, 2012 02:23 am (UTC)
My internet access is still very limited, and email nonexistent, but I need all the information I can get right now...
wrenstarling
Nov. 1st, 2012 03:47 pm (UTC)
*hug* I drew Eaglet. Service, devotion, usefulness, ancient, craggy, nobility (the noble officer), purity, maturity, independent, keeping yourself to yourself, neither a leader nor a follower. able to look the sun in the eye (seems so, anyway), the vision that comes with detachment from earthly things, the stereotypical Paladin, law-abiding, ascetic, etc. The eagle stone, placed on a woman’s thigh during childbirth, is supposed to ease the discomfort of birthing. However, eagles are also reputed to steal babies from time to time to raise as their own. This is the bird of knight.

I think this is a good sign. *more hugs*
acelightning
Nov. 2nd, 2012 05:18 am (UTC)
In other words, I get to be good old reliable, sensible, helpful Ace, the person everyone turns to for advice and support, some more. However, I categorically refuse to be ascetic! :-)

*hugs

wrenstarling
Nov. 2nd, 2012 12:58 pm (UTC)
I'm hoping it's more that people like that will be helping YOU!
astriana_
Nov. 1st, 2012 02:33 am (UTC)
I cannot express how much I needed to see that the one card is still in play. I need some guidance about going back to school and/or getting a job.
wrenstarling
Nov. 1st, 2012 03:50 pm (UTC)
Both Bluejay and Toucan popped up. Bluejay is the cheerful, flexible opportunist. Toucan teaches about turning what appears to be a negative into a positive. These cards clearly address your problem and I hope they help! *hug*
astriana_
Nov. 1st, 2012 10:28 pm (UTC)
I hope so too! Thanks! I'm getting frustrated with all the roadblocks.
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