The Thoth Princess of Disks
, is about Mastery of Creativity and Birth of New Forms.
She is the pregnant one.
As you may have gleamed by now, all these cards represent states of conscious energy that weave a pattern of energy conscious in the material world---as you, the personality!
The Greeks called this state of consciousness Persephone, who enters Hades, every winter and escapes Hades and manifests on Earth every spring.
- She is the pioneering nature of fertility,(represented by the Aries horns on her head) and:
- The serpent transforming into an ermine cape, represents her ancient earthly passion to create.
- Her lighted crystal staff, shows her desire to give birth to new forms that are in alignment with who she is.
- Her determination to manifest the organic balanced harvest is shown by the pedestal of grains that she is standing on.
- The balanced union of female magnetic and male electric forces are represented in the yin/yang center of the lotus blossom which show the creative approaches to motherhood issues or issues surrounding her own mother (Persephone and Hera had issues).
When this card is thrown, for male or female, the Thoth Princess card represents:
- The creative part of the Earth anima within the organic form. We are all Androgyny, (female side of brain and male side of the brain) and both sexes can become pregnant with desire and creative ideas.
- This creative idea and the desire to manifest it has been gestating with in your nature for some time.
- For a woman, this card can represent the need to resolve motherhood issues.
- For male and female, this card can represent the need to resolve or restructure relationship issues with Aries or Scorpio people in your life. ( Aries-March 21 -April 21) (Scorpio: October 21-November 21).
- Do to the very nature of the Princess of Disks "tunnel focus" on creation, this card can warn us of the dangers of becoming so focused on one thing, that we cannot enjoy the life all around us.
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