So…sat down for a meditation today to work with my sirin only to be surprised by Horus.
I’m walking along a beach, sand to the left of me with water along the right. I hear a mighty thump behind and to my left. I turn to tease my sirin about landing like an elephant only to be confronted by a hawk headed man, Horus. I stare at him dumbfounded and he just stares at me with his unblinking hawk eyes. When I start to panic, my sirin says from behind me, “easy girl, I’ve got your back” which…centers me more in the moment. He then takes my hand and starts strolling down the beach with me slightly in tow. My head is buzzing with a million bees worth of questions. He turns and pulls me into his embrace. He is so warm and so comforting. The bees quiet a bit.
We then continue strolling, I’m more walking than being towed now. A few buzzing questions slip out which he answers non-verbally. He is both Horus the elder and Horus the younger is the impression I get. As we walk his head morphs between being human headed in a pharoh’s headdress and the hawk head. He is not a manifestation of Zeus, maybe closer to Apollo (with whom I’ve always had a mutual avoidance). I also get the impression that this is only a brief visit as he was actually on the way to something important(?). He then, with hawkhead, pulls me into another embrace. I wonder if the feathers are as soft as they appear. He takes my hand and places it on the back of his head. They are very soft. Curiosity gets the best of me and I start to gently sink my fingers into the feathers about his neck to see what is there, how are things attached. He laughs and pulls away, shaking a finger at me. He then reaches out to touch the left side of my face with affection, but then moves his fingers over my eye. Horus then turns to leave and I realize he has marked me with his eye marking.
I turn to look at my sirin for explanation and she just shrugs at me as if to say, “gods…how can anyone understand them”.
Continuing my divination goals (which I failed at this month but other positive things did happen).
Let me tell you a story…a true life story. A yellow lab puppy entered our lives in June of 2008, the summer after my son’s 1st birthday. Our current dog, Cody, had started the slide out of life after we had to put his companion down for health issues. So we found another dog to not only by our child’s companion but to also give Cody something to live for…the former work but not so much the later.
Continuation of my divination goals using Chrysalis Tarot. Read more…
I’ve been married to my husband for going on 22 years but we’ve been together for over 26. Like any relationship, there has been ups and downs, good times and bad. The backbone of this marriage is my loyal, unflappable husband. I’ll put the rest of this behind a cut for those of you who are already rolling your eyes, cause I’m going to rave in a random, list fashion about my wonderful husband. Read more…