Cards for the Day: 5 of Swords/The Empress: It’s Not Nice to Fool Mother Nature

Remember that old margarine commercial from the 1970s? “It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature.”

No, it isn’t nice, is it? But that’s what we may be seeing today. Here we have the Five of Swords: lying, deception, trickery, putting oneself first. And the Empress: feminine motherly energy, patience, devotion, love, dedication, generosity, nature/Nature.

Frankly, I don’t like the look of this.

Because, all jokes aside, it’s NOT nice to fool Mother Nature. And my warning to you is, don’t try. First of all, she will see through it–if not now, then soon. Mother Nature has an awesome BS detector. She knows when something isn’t right. Second, you will regret it. Mother Nature (despite what that Chiffon commercial may lead one to believe) is not vindictive. You won’t lose her love and devotion. But you will disappoint (and very likely anger) her and yourself. It will turn into a major negative energy trip (yeah, I know, that 70s commercial is even affecting my language). Don’t do it.

It is just going to lead you to the Six of Swords and you’ll end up going away and being depressed.

Tell Mother Nature the truth and open yourself trustingly to her love and devotion, if you want to be happy. That’s my advice. Stop worrying about making yourself look good. That’s not what life is about. To be blunt. Just be brave enough and strong enough to make yourself vulnerable and — tell the truth.

And if you are Mother Nature, metaphorically speaking–you don’t need me to tell you to keep yourself in balance despite the nonsense and tomfoolery that may be going on today. If you erupt like a volcano — well, who could blame you? And for all I know, that may be what’s needed here. Mother Nature is a loving healer and also a destroyer. And there are two ways to deal with negative energy: grow the positive energy with loving dedication until it overwhelms everything negative around it, or destroy the negative energy with one blast. The former is safer, but there is a time and place for the latter.

Best of all is if Mother Nature doesn’t have to choose how to react. I’m posting this a bit late in the day, maybe too late, but I’m just going to say it again: It’s not nice to fool Mother Nature. You have been warned.

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