Our exciting news is that V&E Guidance has launched a quick and easy way for you to get your Tarot or Oracle card readings. All you have to do is follow links, choose your reading, let me know if you have any specific questions, and you will get your full detailed reading in your inbox! Choose from 4 reading options: Comprehensive or 3-Card Faeries’ Oracle and the Ultimate Wildwood Tarot or 3-Card Tarot Readings. E-mail readings are a great way to receive guidance because then you can always return to what was communicated. This is especially useful with the Faeries’ readings because the guidance they give and the messages they share can sometimes last for months! I have provided more information on the difference between a Faeries’ reading and the Wildwood to help you decide but if you have anymore questions don’t be afraid to send me an e-mail and I will help you pick one that is right for you!
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The Green Woman: Wildness, Natural Magic, Expectant Gratitude, and Untrammelled Creativity
She is not cute, she is striking. Her intensity and seriousness, combined with the playfulness of her gestures are mesmerizing to me. Every time I think of this card I feel grateful to have found her.
“She is the feminine vital vegetative force that enables a root to crack stone, the reed to bend in the wind, and the oak to stand against the storm.”
My first impressions were that she is protective as well as dangerous and that she is tremendously powerful. She hears the natural rhythm of the earth and dances to its heartbeat. She is both ancient and timeless. Her age is shown only in her connection to the earth. She is neither lit nor does she have any true darkness, just as the earth is ancient but can renew itself to freshness. There is a pattern to her asymmetry and a kind of logic-less reason, an ambiguous theory of cause and effect.
In the book, she is one of the Sidhe, the elder race of the Faeries.