CARD NUMBER ONE, BE BRAVE STAY WILD
This card is of the wolf spirit and of the pack.
You have been taking care of loved ones, of matters, projects.
The red fire energy shows that it is all about the heart. Your fellow wolf siblings have been calling you
to go deep back into the heart of the wilderness, your hearthfire. The wolves are howling to the great
hearth fire. You have been hearing them all the time. You have had to keep your head up and focus
on strength and endurance.
The Wolf card is also about family and connection.
It could also be about an attempt at something outside of your comfort zone. This card says stay true to
your Wolf nature. Wolves are very caring and help guide and nurse each other, wolves are animals that mate
for life. They are very faithful and loyal.
Chaos may arise though Wolf passes bridges to courage. The Wolf never looses its wild nature and it is
the call of the wild and the wise. Listen to what Wolf Mother is saying, she is calling you. The wolf is of course also a Moon animal
There are many many moon sagas from old Norse and Icelandic poetry and saga
Skoller, the direful wolf whose rage
Devours the monuments of age,
Pursues the God whose eye sublime
Daily surveys each terrene clime.
Before the gentle Queen of heaven,
To Hater 'tis forever given
Still to advance --- the same we're told,
From Herodvitner sprung of old.
 HATER, another wolf who is the precursor of the Moon.
translation from Icelandic Poetry
“The Song of Grimnir”
Excellent reading, RiAN! And so true; the wolf is one of my spirit animals, and, as you know, I am very connected to Moon energy. It's where I am most authentic. As much as I love NaPo, I am ready to see it wind down so I can focus solely on myself for awhile.
Thank you, my Sister! What deck is this?