The Fool meets The Magician
Continuing on our journey, The Fool runs into a gentle man standing at a table filled with curious objects.
There is a cup, a wand, a sword and a pentacle that symbolize the elements (as well as the minor suits) and an infinity symbol hangs above his head.
The Magician stands with one hand pointing in the air and the other pointing to the ground while lilies and roses bloom at his feet.
This stance has meaning and power. That which is above is like that which is below. If you can see it in your mind, you can create it on earth.
His double pointed wand channels energy up and down.
Take a look at his belt. Is that the snake eating itself? Does it represent the cycle of birth, death and rebirth?
If The Fool represents the beginning before the beginning, The Magician represents the first of his life lessons. The first of many, but the one he needs to learn first.
We are the creators.
The Magician explains to The Fool that anything we focus our will upon, while trusting in it completely, we can create. We can have anything. We can do anything. We can be anything. Trust in the magick within.
The mantra he gifts The Fool?
I am magick and can have, be or do anything. I am a master manifestor.
We are the master of our reality and can use the elemental energy to create. Bend the universal energy to our wills.
After they chat, it’s time for art class. They sit down and paint together, each brush stroke a new layer in the creation itself. The Magician explains to The Fool that we are sent here to create with our own intentional magick. We are creating every second with our thoughts, feelings and emotions. We are part of the cosmos and made from star dust.
Sadly, The Fool bids farewell and continues his journey.