The Taboo. Ace of Wands
How will you break it? The Hanged Man
The New New. King of Wands
Aquarius, I love your style and how you treat embodied truths like accessories in a fashion show of the cosmos. The taboo for you, wild one, is in birthing your creative self (as always). Your first card,
The Ace of Wands is a spark of creative expansion. Most of us spend an incredible amount of time in a state of discomfort and searching as we traverse the terrain of human life. We KNOW that we are here to create and grow; we feel the unstoppable power of life-force asking us to let go of mundane boundaries and ugly social agreements. But we are told that actually creating a new thing is unlikely and will make us unlikable (and dangerous). Seeking acceptance can really slow down your spark of possibility. But you know that. The next card in your reading,
The Hanged Man – XII, is your guide in getting through the basic shit into the good stuff. The Hanged Man says, “Stay where you are. Be liminal. The in-between is where you will find everything. But you have to wait. ” It is difficult to be in the unknown, which is really what the Hanged Man represents, but if you can allow it, the possibilities expressed in the Ace of Wands will have time to mature into action. You will know when it is time to move out of the waiting game, and you will do so with the energy of your final card:
The King of Wands, a master of fire who turns the initial spark from the Ace of Wands into a truly unstoppable life path.
Melanin-having (like 80%), feminice (as in dope, not kind), cis-gender (this word's definition is questionable), queer-thinking (this word's origin is questioned), travel apt (I'm an Earthling first) and fashion forward (I dress myself) SSJW (Sarcastic Social Justice Warrior).
I'm your forebearers attainable unreality. *
* Existing despite other peoples BS circa conception.