Foresight Friday: Crawl Out of Your Hole and Move Forward


Foresight Friday: Crawl Out of Your Hole and Move Forward

Foresight Friday: Crawl Out of Your Hole and Move Forward

Divination Method: Hocus Pocus Tarot

Card Drawn: The Hermit, Reversed

Key Words: Avoidance, Loneliness, Reclusiveness

My Foresight Friday Interpretation: 

Happy Foresight Friday, everyone! Hope everyone made having a little fun a priority last week. I had an extended birthday celebration with some of my bestest peeps, so don't you worry; there was much fun in Pixie Land!

Sticking with the Hocus Pocus Tarot for this week's reading, let's find out what we need to know!

This week's message is brought to us by The Hermit, in the reversed position.

This card shows a rather dehydrated looking hand reaching up through the soil in front of a headstone belonging to William Butcherson. Yup, it's Winifred's former beau Billy - who emerges from his apparently not-so-eternal resting place when Winnie casts a spell that calls him to her aid in her fight against Max & Friends...and later has enough of her and switches sides.

The Hermit card from Disney's Hocus Pocus Tarot in the reversed position.

Billy being The Hermit makes a lot of sense, since he's spent quite a lot of time in quiet solitude. Were this card in the upright position, it would be a call for us to take some time out from the hustle and bustle of the world in order to look inward and reflect on things for a bit.

The card is reversed, however, so that's an indication that we've perhaps been spending a little too much time in our own heads. Self-reflection is good...but it can be taken too far, and can even be used as an excuse to withdraw from life's interactions - as well as an excuse to avoid others and our responsibilities.

The Hermit reversed is telling us that it's time to stop thinking and start doing. Now is not the time to dwell on our's time to learn from them and move forward, just like Billy did.

When he emerged from his grave, he leapt right back into his old patterns of doing Winnie's bidding without question in spite of her horrible treatment of him. Somewhere along the line, he realizes that he is in control of his life - or in this case...his afterlife - and chooses to do what he believes is right rather than do what he is told.

This isn't to say we shouldn't be reflective...but we need to do so in small bursts, and with focus. Perhaps, like Billy, we need to think about what it is that's holding us back. In his case, it was fear of Winnie...but, what did he have to be afraid of? I mean, HE WAS ALREADY DEAD! So, he opens his mouth (with Max's knife) and says what's on his mind. After that, it's all about helping Max and the gang defeat the Sanderson sisters (although, I suspect it's mostly so he can get back to his dirt nap! lol).

My point? We need to stop dwelling on the past, learn from our mistakes, crawl out of the holes we managed to hide in, face our fears, and MOVE THE FUCK ON! No more stagnation, no more avoiding shit. There's stuff that needs doing, and we need to do it.

Until Next Time: Party On, Pixilators! 

Wishing You Peace, Love, & Pixie Dust 


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