Today I’ve pulled the last card in the spread about the story of the The Sword and the Leper, about St. Brigid. It is the card for Brigid that I have pulled with the question of how her attitude is present in me. Before I pulled the card I had some feelings of reservation towards her. She is so self-righteous, so very firmly standing for what she thinks is right, that irriates me. I do not think there would be any compromise for her, ever. To work together with her would be really hard. So I wondered what card I would receive. It was the Knight of Candlesticks (Knight of Wands) from the Tarot of Jane Austen, the deck I use for this spread.
Yes, well, on seconds thoughts, I post this first, without interpreting it. I hesitated what to do first, because I also want to reflect a little bit on the cards I received for the two chieftains. I think reflecting on them first will give insight to the Knight of Candlesticks.