The Page of Wands comes in strong with a lot of energy and passion. The 4 of Swords is the card of energy being spent after a trauma and the Emperor is representative of taking power back.
This reading means to me that you bring a lot of passion in your life. Naturally, you are creative, have ideas and want to share them with the world. You are unique and special and have quite a lot to offer that may be hard for some people to understand. The 4 of swords is rest after trauma and what this means to me is that you have brought forth your passion and there has been some sort of barrier placed in the way that feels like a setback, maybe even more than that. Maybe it is an idea that you thought was brilliant…. because it is <3…and someone that you thought would encourage you really squelched it like a sopping wet blanket. The Emperor comes back at the end of the reading reminding you that it is not the time to hand over your power to someone else. It is now time to believe in yourself and take the necessary action steps to go after what you want in life. It would be great if we had the people in our life cheering us on along the way, but sometimes that isn’t what happens, and it doesn’t mean we should give up on our dreams. Take a rest, take a beat and then get back out there.
Equalizer – When we hear this, we think “focus,” “center,” “direct,” and this is what the Equalizer brings to your life. Here we see a glistening milky-looking drip similar to honey. And as bees work together to make the precious honey, we know it is all for the queen. We see the honeycomb pattern deep within the card and what looks like a vortex at the center. This card is an alert to get focused. It’s time to stop manifesting and start taking action on your manifestations. You already have everything you need, and you know that this will pass.
Some cultures believe our highest selves give the lessons we will have in life once we inhabit our human form; this is so that we can evolve our consciousness back to the seventh-dimensional realm where it resides.
When this card appears for you, it is time to take ”one to the face,” and that may mean a hard truth or loving accountability.
Morgan Le Faye – She is a triple Goddess of death and rebirth, appearing as a beautiful young maiden, a powerful mother/creator, or a death-giving hag. She was also a sea Goddess, for her name “Mor” in Celtic means sea. Her last name has two meanings: “the fairy” and “the fate.” In the Arthurian legends, she was half-sister to Arthur. It is said she manipulated Mordred, Morgan and Arthur’s son, by getting him to kill his father. As Arthur dies, Morgan le Faye comes to his aid by spiriting him to the magical island of Avalon, where she has him, then casts him into a deep sleep from which he will awaken when time the time is ripe.
Morgan le Faye has come dancing into your life with her drums and her magic to invite you to discover and live your rhythms. What are your personal rhythms? Do you know the best time for you to exercise, sleep, eat, be creative, make love, work, et cetra? Or do you spend all your vitality adjusting to the rhythms imposed on you by your work, family, lover, friends? Have you been submerged in the life of another and lived his/her rhythms instead of your own? Perhaps you never discovered your own rhythms because you wanted to please those around you and be “one of the team.” It is vital for you to live according to your own rhythms. Flowing with your rhythm brings you greater energy because you are no longer suppressing what is natural to you. Morgan le Fate says vitality, health, and wholeness are nurtured when you flow with your own unique beat rather than against it.