King of Pentacles – Court Card
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I. Keyword by King of Pentacles Linestrider
Knowledge, financial success, fulfillment, seniority, power, creativity, aptitude.
II. Meaning of King of Pentacles Linestrider …
Animal Spirit Guide
Animal Spirit Helper
Anglo-Saxon and Frisian Rune
Sound: “o” as in “home”
Stands for: Mouth
Casting meaning: This rune, like Aesc, is a God rune. Os belongs to Odin in his aspects of a master communicator through language and writing. Os denotes the creative power of word in all its forms – in poetry, song, oral tales, and written literature.
Rune of Communication
As the bird fly’s in and out of this realm and the other it carries with it a message of transforming urgency. As quick as the birds direction can change also is the news it brings.
communications, movement, travel, information, greater knowledge
Oracle, guidance, bridge, mentorship, connections
Tree: Alder (Alnus spp.)
Fearn represents the offer of a solution or an approach to living. When you are truly ready to learn a life lesson, there will come an opportunity to learn it. This opportunity does not have to be perfectly suited to your liking. When you find someone you can learn from, glean what you can from them as a teacher even if the only way they have to instruct you is by demonstrating a terrible example of how to live. Fearn indicates you are ready to learn. Learning from other people means taking into account they are fallible because they, like you, are not gods. To learn from human beings, you have to become a salvage expert of sorts, picking what you can from the flaming garbage dump of jumbled expertise and philosophy that hides in human minds. The person whose political views you find utterly repugnant may have a great deal to teach you about soapmaking — don’t let the fact she proudly votes a certain way prevent you from taking her soapmaking class.
All too often, prayers treat Jesus and other gods as if they were spiritual vending machines designed to dole out favors to the whiny. If you were suddenly a divine mentor, would you feel compelled to help the person who whined the loudest, or would you be more inclined to grant a favor to the polite person who addressed you with due respect? Perhaps those who can figure out how to approach gods respectfully and politely, without grandiose presumptions about the ways higher beinggs will reward or punish, are more likely to create relationships with more advanced beings than themselves.
Questions when you see Fearn: …