Wow, it's been over a year since I played Day of the Druids (DotD) here at Tarot Notes! Time sure flies!
Day of the Druids involves asking the cards what I need to be aware of today using The DruidCraft Tarot and the Druid Animal Oracle.
The positional definitions are:
(1) Not only...
(2) But also...
Here we go!
(1) Not only...TEN OF WANDS (DruidCraft)
Key Words: Demands, Burdens, Overwork
Numerology: Ten = Culmination, Beginning
Element: Fire (Intuition; Spirit)
(2) But also... HAWK, reversed (Druid Animal Oracle)
Key Words: Nobility, Recollection, Cleansing
Element: Air (Intellectual, Mental Issues)
Today, I need to be aware of how I am handling responsibilities and obligations in my life. Have I taken on so many responsibilities that they are weighing me down? With my Sagittarius sun (Fire), I do have a tendency to enthusiastically and eagerly agree to new projects, only to suffer from boredom or burnout down the road.
In addition, my attention is called to the energy of the Hawk. Drawn reversed, this card can suggest over-attentiveness to detail or a narrow mental focus that will not serve me well today.
Taken as a pair, I see in these two cards the need to be aware of any situation in which I find myself trying to micro-manage a project or projects, burdening myself with a million details when I need to see the bigger picture. Maybe I need to delegate some details to others. The number Ten tells me that this could be a turning point in my life -- the end of one stage or phase and the beginning of a new stage or phase.
(Please Note: I am aware that the DruidCraft deck is not strictly a "Druid" deck. The word "Craft" in the title alerts us to the fact that this deck incorporates both Wicca and Druidry.)
The DruidCraft Tarot (deck and book set). Text copyright Philip and Stephanie Carr Gomm 2004. Illustrations copyright Will Worthington 2004. This edition copyright Eddison Sadd Editions 2004. ISBN 0 312 31502 3.
The Druid Animal Oracle by Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm. Card Illustrations by Bill Worthington. Fireside: Simon & Schuster, Inc. Text copyright Philip and Stephanie Carr-Gomm 1994. Card illustrations copyright Bill Worthington 1994. This edition copyright Eddison Sadd Editions 1994. ISBN not known.