Nine of Earth, reversed; Seven of Water; Wheel of Fortune
The Nine of Earth is a card of safety, prudence, and well-being—in her reversed position, she indicates storms, either literal or figurative, and possible loss, either of material things or relationships. The Seven of Water, the wizard, is the card of fantasy and illusion, of things that appear to be rather than things that are. The Wheel of Fortune represents the eternal cycle of life: change is coming, whether we are prepared for it or not.
The year is coming to a close, and the new year will bring unpredictable changes. We’ll need all the love and support we can get. As we travel through the darkest of weeks, we must remember to focus on the people who matter to us, rather than the material distractions of the secular “holiday season”. Don’t get so caught up in the things that seem important that you lose sight of the things that truly are. Take time to let your loved ones know how much you care—not just with gifts, but with words and actions. Peace.