Updated: Aug 12, 2022
These are the underlying scope and theme for August 2022. Make sure to also check out Leo Season 2022 for astrology highlights and mini-tarot readings for each sign of the zodiac.
Tarot Card of the Month: The Hierophant
Seek guidance and counsel from a master teacher who can help correctly guide you, or perhaps you will serve as the teacher. Now is the time to approach with both passion and pure innocence. Be silent and humble in your approach so that you may better hear in order to better understand. Surrender to Divine will for when we shift into alignment with Source, doors open we did not know existed, pathways appear before our eyes, possibilities become endless, and manifestation occurs naturally.
Healing Crystal of the Month: Blue Hackmanite
Blue Hackmanite is a very rare stone composed of Sodalite and Sulfur; this combination is rather incredible. Sodalite is a stone of the subconscious known to enhance insight, mental clarity and analytical abilities, intuition and Universal pattern recognition. It is a stone of profound self awareness and the strength of the will; to help one perceive their life path purpose and attainment. You combine that with sulfur, the “secret fire” as appropriately named by the alchemist for its ability to bring forth the vital essence and profound transmutation, and you have an incredibly potent stone for and the opus magnum, or Great Work. We’re talking Philosopher’s Stone alchemy.
Numerology of the Month: 5 (8+2+0+2+2 = 14 = 5)
The number 5 relates to change, life lessons through learned experiences, adaptability and versatility, motivation and progress, activity, adventure, experience, sympathy and understanding, releasing and surrendering, and having courage in the face of adversity.
Sacred Symbol of the Month: Solomon’s Knot
Composed of two closed loops that are linked and interlaced and attributed to King Solomon, it is a symbol of wisdom, enlightenment, immortality, and eternity. With no beginning and no end, it is comparable to the ouroboros. It has been found throughout the world in Islam, Judaism and Christianity, particularly the Middle East, Africa, Italy and Ireland. Freemasons use this symbol as a symbol of protection. To the Buddhist, Chinese and Celts, the endless knot represents the spiritual path of birth, death and rebirth taken by faithful students.
Angel Number of the Month: 396
Give any cares or concerns about the meaning of your life to the ascended masters, who hear and answer your prayers.
Sacred Herbs & Plants of the Month: Lilly
Lilies are steeped in symbolism and myth. They are a symbol of purity, innocence, virginity, immaculate conception, the masculine and the feminine, surrender to Divine Will, and the macrocosm. They are associated with several love and war goddesses through the ancient world, the Virgin Mary, and even Jesus. They are said to be an aphrodisiac and to possess protective powers, the ability to repel evil spirits, and keep the unwanted away; making them a first hand pick for funerals.
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*Angel Numbers 101 by Doreen Virtue