While the King of Cups usually directs our focus towards a person in our lives or an archetype within ourselves who prioritizes (perhaps is forced to by social duty) responsibility before self-expression. Lettie Jane Rennenkamp blesses us with this reminder: “Don’t be afraid of all your softness, you have the power to feel through this situation.” The King of Cups in his most exalted Scorpionic expression also melds his wateryness with the power of highly intellectualized Air element that all of the Tarot’s Kings embody to create an alchemical vapor, mist, or mystical fog. The elements combined in this way force us to look beyond the obvious when it comes to the life-death-rebirth cycle.
Invocation Sigil - Clear Vision in Creative Cycles
Astro-Glyph Sigil - Moon in Scorpio
The King of Cups corresponds to the sign of Scorpio, which just happens to be today’s Moon sign. That means we have the opportunity align our inward sense of self, emotions and psyche with sharp focus and empowered expanded perception of the mysteries. As I’ve discussed before, in magick we are not trying to “figure out” he mysteries, we are trying to honor them, be with them, know them, embody them. So our sigil today is simple, really just the Scorpio glyph and the Moon glyph together.
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If you’ve enjoyed today’s column, I invite you to join my weekly email group where we practice the mystical art of scrying with Maria DiStefano’s Circle of Life Tarot to improve our psychic senses and deepen our relationship to the Tarot. You can also get email notifications for this very weekday Tarot-Astrology collective readings posts that you’ve just read. Last but certainly not least, we use Lettie Jane Rennenkamp’s Many Queens Tarot for all of our weekday readings this year which is the source of the beautiful images in these posts. If you enjoy the sigils, you can purchase my sigil coloring book "Collaborative Magic" and join the coloring book coven in amplifying universal healing.