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Energy of the Day 12-13-2015

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Energy of the Day 12-13-2015


Here is your Energy of the Day report…

Numerology: 1+2+1+3+2+0+1+5 equals 15 or 6; meaning “Love” and “Responsibility”

Astrology – “The Day of the Exacting Craft” – 21 degrees Sagittarius

Tarot Card – the 13th card of “Death”

13 Moon Calender – 6 Rhythmic Moon

Sunday –

Planet: Sun

Color: Yellow

Chakra: 7th Crown

Element: Fire

Minerals: Citrine, Clear Quartz

Energy Quality: Wisdom, Initiation

Spirit Guides: Helios & Vesta, Josephiel, Lanto

Mayan Day Count – Kin 207: 12 Manik

Manik: deer, strength, healing arts, accomplishment

12: Sharing – take part in group activities where you can share a common vision

(from Mayan Calender Decoder and Messages of The Maya Cards by Claudie Planche www.stargaia.com)

Daily Inspiration:

In Sweden, December 13 is sacred day to honor the Sun Goddess Lucina, Shining One, and is a celebration of the return of light.
Saint Lucy’s Day, also called the Feast of Saint Lucy, is a Christian feast day celebrated on December 13, in Advent, commemorating Saint Lucy,(Lucina), a martyr under the Diocletianic Persecution, who according to legend brought “food and aid to Christians hiding in the catacombs” using a candle-lit wreath to “light her way and leave her hands free to carry as much food as possible”. Her feast once coincided with the Winter Solstice, the shortest day of the year before calendar reforms, so her feast day has become a festival of light. From Wikipedia
Lucina themes are banishing, kindness, charity, health and protection. Her symbols are candles (light sources).  Lucina means light, and judging by Her description and attributes, it is very likely that this Swedish Goddess was the prototype for Saint Lucy. Lucina is a mother and guardian, offering fertility, protection, and well-being. In worship, Lucina is often represented by a simple, lit candle. To chase away winter’s oppression and darkness, Saint Lucy’s festival is one of lights and charitable acts. Saint Lucy is the patroness who protects against winter throat infections, and commemorating her (or Lucina) today keeps one healthy. Begin the day in Swedish tradition by lighting a candle to represent the Goddess’s presence. After this a breakfast of coffee, saffron buns, and ginger cookies is traditional fare. Coffee provides energy to give of yourself, saffron is often used is healing spells, and ginger promotes success in all your endeavours today. To manifest Lucina’s energy and keep the Goddess close by today, carry luminescent stones like moonstone or cat’s eye with you, then visit hospitals or elder homes in the spirit of giving of yourself. Lucina will bless those you visit, and you, with well-being, productivity and safety.” Patricia Telesco, “365 Goddess: a daily guide to the magic and inspiration of the goddess”.)


With Love, Mary

Energy of the Day 12-13-2015

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