The Daily Oracle: Tuesday April 16th

As soon as you trust yourself, you will know how to live.

Johann Wolfgang von Goethe

After yesterday’s feelings of confusion or mixed messages, you are able to stand firm and feel confident about the stance that you have taken. A sense of strength and permanence, together with a firm belief in your own process helps you to continue on with certainty, and the knowledge that you know what is best for yourself. Taking some time today to acknowledge your practical and creative achievements, and to consider all that you have around you, helps you to gain a better sense of your own personal power and strength.


This month, The Daily Oracle this month will be devoted to my exploration of The Mythic Tarot. Published in 1986 by Juliet Sharman-Burke and Liz Greene, the cards are drawn by Tricia Newell. I have loved the ancient greek myths since I was a child, and often use this deck to do readings when I am “stuck” with something for myself. I find the insight to be gentle and direct. 

Header art work: Persephone & The Pomegranate by Kris Waldherr. You can read more about her work HERE 


My name is Joanna Grant, I am an Astrologer, Tarot Reader and Writer, who lives on the Head Shot Fadebeautiful Beara Peninsula in the South West of Ireland. I can often be found at home, deep in arcane research, or practicing some new form of divination whilst burning the dinner! My children probably wish that I was “normal” but may well remember my eccentricities fondly when they come to face the challenges of their own paths. My long knowledge of Astrology leads and informs my practice, in offering guidance, empowerment and healing, helping others to lead a more authentic and magical life. You can read more about me here.

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