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Irritation. Dreams. Unhappy feelings. Soft. Weak. Aggression. Agitation. Insights. Hidden truths hurt. Deep poetry. Thinking too much. Being warned or forewarning. Psychic disturbance. Psychic junk. Psychic debris. Psychic attacks. Headaches. A sleepless night. Sleep disorders. Incomprehensible speech. Lack of verbal communication. Not being heard.  Ignored. Avoiding. Invisibility. Uncertainty. Resistance. Conception. Difficult pregnancy. Twins and triplets. Protection. Coma. Feeling lost. Spiritual high. The unconscious. The subconscious. Unpleasant. Fear. Balking at fears. Anxiety. Insanity. Nightmares. possessed by spirit. Warning of danger. Surmanizing. Illusions. Karmic debt. A higher presence or a higher force present.  occult knowledge. The unknown. Secrets & Lies. Hidden enemies. Quick movements. Things moving quickly. You’ll get your answer soon. Creativity is tortuous.  Extracting the essence of something. The tortured artist.  The starving artist. Emotional disturbance. Desire for quiet and peace. Spiritual protection. Difficulty in communicating with people that don’t communicate like them.  Difficulty in adjusting communication style. Mystery.  Feminine. The female parts. Anima. Loyalty. Keen senses.  Wisdom.  Secret knowledge. A guardian or spirit animal watching over you. Our ancestors. abstraction. Surrealism. Fear mongering. Supportive friends whom you may annoy you with the truth. Slyness. Escapism. Getting a wake-up call.  An alarm going off.

Description & Analysis

As I begin this article, the Moon is in 7° Pisces and I had been experiencing headaches and sleepiness! How marvelously synchronistic.

Here we have a lot going on here.  We have the three animals (a dog, a wolf-dog and a crawfish), a long winding path that starts from the water, two towers (watch towers) that we have seen in other cards (such as Death, ruled by Scorpio and the Tower, ruled by Mars / Uranus), mountainous region in the distance, a Sun with a Moon inside of it, and yods falling from it.





My initial impression about this card has to do with upset, passivity, and hidden things.

Sun / Moon

The Sun represents the day and the Moon, night.  The Sun is about life, warmth, energy, and the Moon is about sleep, coolness, rest.  The Moon, in astrology resides in the 12th house (hidden things, imprisonment, dreams, angels, psychic stuff, stuff unknown, karma, etc.) and the Sun in the 5th (hobbies, dating & romance, risk taking, creation, pregnancy).  The Moon also represents emotions, instincts, and memories.

The zodiac wheel, for western natal astrology readings, works a bit backwards in that the Sun is at the bottom right of the chart and the Moon at the top left.  But the fact is, the natural zodiac places the 12th house, Pisces, Neptune at the bottom of the chart and the 5th house, Leo, Sun, at the top.  Interestingly my husband is a Pisces and I’m a Leo. These two signs are considered inconjunct.  We have been married over 9 years, love each other, and have a lot of fun with each other so this is proof that Sun sign astrology is not the only factor in whether you’ll get along with someone. Our Moons are the same though, Virgo (opposite of Pisces)!  We have fights like any other normal couple and I have to say, it looks a little like this tarot card.  It’s more an agitation and irritation than anything else.  Like, why can’t we ‘connect’ on this point? Or that there are feelings and thoughts unsaid – information that could enlighten the conversation if they were said. :-)

Dog & Wolf-dog / Coyote (Canine Family)

The orange and friendly dog to the left gives an impression of extreme gentleness, receptivity, child-like innocence, interest in helping, and a bit submission.  The other yellow-green wolf-dog appears sick, and rabid.  He looks a bit anxious, and ready to bounce.  The both look up to the Sun/Moon but the dog to the right is faced sideways, in an almost defiant or test-of-wills sort of stance. But there is also a sense of being guard dogs — guarding the Moon from lower spirits emerging from the waters.

The wolf is the Native American astrological animal totem for Pisces and Aries.  Being that Mars rules Aries and co-rules Scorpio, this animal in the card could also represent the Scorpion element.

Water

The water makes a circular pattern but it’s uneven, broken, and stagnant — unlike the smooth and balanced swirls of water depicted in The Star card.  This water has been disturbed and is not calm in that disruption.

Crawfish

With it’s multi legs it can move swiftly, stealthily, hidden, and can feel a lot simultaneously. The crawfish is connected with the concept of retreat and in this case, retreating from the pool of consciousness that we saw in the star card. The pincers are there to catch its prey and help chew up what is found. The crawfish (in earlier times called a crab!) is also the totem animal of Cancer. Cancer is another water sign and is ke highly intuitive, family oriented, protective, moody, and one to retreat when too emotionally charged.

Rocks

Out of any card I have written about so far, this body of water has the most debris around its edge.

In the Hindu and Jainist tradition, rocks have spirit and relate to Karma and Dharma.  However, many new age practitioners also hold that there are properties in stones that can have a profound effect on human beings and the cosmos.

In this document, it states that orange stones signify “changing luck, power, controlling a situation, rapid change, and energy” while the yellow stone signifies, “Creativity, mental power, wisdom, scholarship, generosity, prosperity, success, and cheerfulness”.

Given the rocks are at the water’s edge, and the Scorpion is present, it can represent lower spirits and perhaps the dogs are trying to wake-up the sleeping person from a psychic attack.

Two Towers

The Towers with one small window at the top represents being ‘locked’ in and hidden.  You may be able to see out but you can’t see in — there is occult and unknown information or only those initiated know. With the fact that we see these towers, and the Sun/Moon at a distance in the Death card, the place we see in this card may be a place that we can not leave.  It’s a place beyond the earth, beyond the everyday existence.

Path & Mountains

The winding path through the mountains seem to be infinite.  There also only seems to be one way out and that way seems cold, long, dark, and tedious. There are many struggles to reach the Sun, enlightenment, happiness, and clarity.

Other Stuff

The Zodiac

Zodiac Sign :P isces

Polarity: Moon Pisces Opposite Virgo Mercury / Vesta.

Polarity of Pisces-Virgo themes: Being of service, understanding, deduction, healing, devotion, communication.

The 12th house.

Numerology

18. 1+8=9. = Psychic, intuition, end of a cycle, society, social, humanitarian, student, learner, near completion, and humour / comedy.

Mantra: OM CHITTA HUM PHAT SVAHA / OM SHRI MATI ASUR SVAHA

This mantra is mentioned in Gyalwa Ensawa’s collection of teachings. If you recite this mantra many times every day, you won’t get upper spirit possession or harm, such as epilepsy or paralysis. Upper spirit possession is from spirits such as day or stars, in Tibetan gyu.kar; the middle spirit king is called zen, which stays usually in rocky mountains or sometimes red rocks; lower spirits dwell in water or earth, such as nagas or landlords. Usually, when a person becomes sick or crazy, spirit harm is the condition, based on karma, even for heart attacks and so forth. Lama Yeshe

Notable Moon Types

  • Jesus Christ
  • Edgar Cayce
  • Kurt Cobain
  • Johnny Cash
  • Buffalo Bill
  • Bruce Willis
  • Sharon Stone
  • Albert Einstein
  • Pete Doherty
  • Frédéric Chopin
  • Rihanna
  • Elizabeth Taylor
  • Jon Bon Jovi
  • Brett Michaels
  • Drew Barrymore
  • Justin Bieber
  • Jessica Biel
  • Michaelangelo
  • Daniel Craig
  • Steve jos
  • Osama bin Laden
  • George Harrison
  • Cindy Crawford
  • Miou-Miou
  • Sigmund Freud
  • Vincent Van Gogh
  • Johann Sebastian Bach
  • Rudolf Steiner
  • Nikola Tesla
  • Voltaire
  • Elizabeth  I of England
  • Oscar Wild
  • Ivan the Terrible
  • Arthur Conan Doyle
  • Gabriel García Márquez
  • Jean-Baptiste Morin de Villefranche
  • Jean-Jacques Debout
  • Jean-Gabriel Domergue
  • Lorenzo Saba
  • Moina Mathers
  • Kato Kaelin
  • Désiré Nisard
  • Pierre Heckel
  • George Mitchell
  • Walter Mercer
  • Rocky Bleier
  • Jane Rhodes
  • Eric Van Meir
  • James Goldsmith
  • Danis Tanovic
  • John Misha Petkevitch
  • Henri-Désiré Landru
  • Pierre Teilhard de Chardin
  • Martha Sunny von Bulow
  • William Friedkin
  • Helen Wambach
  • Jean Rigaud
  • Mathilde Gabriel-Péri
  • Jean de la Varende
  • Harold Gomes
  • John Masefield
  • Marie-Eugène Debeney

 

What Others Say

This is what Henrietta Chan, CPTR has to say about the Moon.  Her divinatory interpretations are marvelous. Here are some of her other Moon interpretations:  Diana, Goddess Tarot | Fenestra tarot Moon | Golden tarot Moon |

Blue Moon

Blue moon,
You saw me standing alone
Without a dream in my heart
without a love of my own
You heard me sing a prayer
for someone I really care for

then suddenly there appeared before me
the only one my arms could ever hold
Then I heard somebody whisper
“please adore me”
and when I looked
the moon had turned to gold

Blue moon, now I’m no longer alone
Without a dream in my heart
without a love of my own

Sun & Moon by Above & Beyond

It’s raining, it’s pouring
A black sky is falling
It’s cold tonight.
You gave me your answer
Goodbye, now i’m all on my own tonight

And when the big wheel starts to spin,
You can never know who we are
If you don’t play you’ll never win

We were in heaven you & I
When I lay with you and close my eyes
Our fïngers touch the sky

I’m sorry baby
You were the Sun & Moon to me
I’ll never get over you, you’ll never get over me.

The Dreaming by Kate Bush

‘Bang!’ goes another kanga
On the bonnet of the van.
“See the light ram through the gaps in the land.”
Many an Aborigine’s mistaken for a tree
‘Til you near him on the motorway
And the tree begin to breathe.
“See the light ram through the gaps in the land.”

(“Ha-ha-ha-ha-ha-ha”)

Coming in with the golden light
In the morning.
Coming in with the golden light
Is the New Man.
Coming in with the golden light
Is my dented van.

Woomera.

“Dree-ee-ee-ee-ee-
A-a-a-a-a-
M-m-m-m-m-
Ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-
I-i-i-i-i-
Me-me-me-me-me,”

“Dree-ee-ee-ee-ee-”
Woomera.
“A-a-a-a-a-
M-m-m-m-m-
Ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-
I-i-i-i-i-
Me-me-me-me-me.

“Dree-ee-ee-ee-ee-
A-a-a-a-a-
M-m-m-m-m-
Ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-”

The civilised keep alive
The territorial war.
“See the light ram through the gaps in the land.”
Erase the race that claim the place
And say we dig for ore,
Or dangle devils in a bottle
And push them from the Pull of the Bush.
“See the light ram through the gaps in the land.”
You find them in the raw.
“See the light bounce off the rocks to the sand.”
In the raw.

Coming in with the golden light
In the morning.
Coming in with the golden light
With no warning.
Coming in with the golden light
We bring in the rigging.
Dig, dig, dig, dig away.

“Dree-ee-ee-ee-ee-
A-a-a-a-a-
M-m-m-m-m-
Ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-
I-i-i-i-i-
Me-me-me-me-me,”

“Dree-ee-ee-ee-ee-”
Woomera.
“A-a-a-a-a-
M-m-m-m-m-
Ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-
I-i-i-i-i-
Me-me-me,”

“Dree-ee-ee-ee-ee-
A-a-a-a-a-
M-m-m-m-m-”
Woomera.
“Ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-
I-i-i-i-i-
Me-me-me-me-me,”

“Dree-ee-ee-ee-ee-
A-a-a-a-a-
M-m-m-m-m-
Ti-ti-ti-ti-ti-
I-i-i-i-i-”
Woomera.
“Me-me-me-me-me.”

Ma-ma-many an Aborigine’s mistaken for a tree
(“La, la, oo-ooh!”)
“See the light ram through the gaps in the land.”
You near him on the motorway
And the tree begin to breathe.
Erase the race that claim the place
And say we dig for ore.
“See the light ram through the gaps in the land.”
Dangle devils in a bottle
And push them from the Pull of the Bush.
“See the sun set in the hand of the man.”

“Bang!” goes another kanga
On the bonnet of the van.
“See the light bounce off the rocks to the sand.”
You find them in the raw.
“See the light ram through the gaps in the land.”
In the raw.
“See the light.”
(“Push ‘em from the”)
Pull of the Bush.
“See the light bounce off the rocks to the sand.”
(“Push ‘em from the”)
Pull of the Bush.
“See the sun set in the hand of the man.”

(“Oh, re mikayina!”)

This Mortal Coil — Song of the Siren: Cocteau Twins

Long afloat on ship less oceans
I did all my best to smile
‘Til your singing eyes and fingers
Drew me loving to your isle
And you sang, “Sail to me, sail to me,
Let me enfold you,
Here I am, here I am
Waiting to hold you”
Did I dream you dreamed about me?
Were you hare when I was fox?
Now my foolish boat is leaning
Broken lovelorn on your rocks
For you sing, “Touch me not, touch me not,
come back tomorrow: O my heart,
O my heart shies from the sorrow”
I am puzzled as the newborn child
I am troubled at the tide:
Should I stand amid the breakers?
Should I lie with death my bride?
Hear me sing, “Swim to me, swim to me,
Let me enfold you,
Here I am, Here I am,
Waiting to hold you”

Pisces, Harvey Fisher

Cancer / Moonchild, Harvey Fisher

Scorpio, Harvey Fisher

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