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Tuesday, March 4, 2008

So why are they called "CycleCasts"?

I thought you'd never ask! I could say it's because I wanted to come up with a clever name that no one else is using, and I wouldn't be lying. The deeper meaning, though, comes from my years of working with the Star+Gate cards, dowsing system, and feng shui wisdom on which these forecasts are based.

Over the years of doing readings for myself and others, I have been fascinated by the ways in which the energies cycle. That is, some energies appear dominant over a period of time no matter what the question, or who the querent, is. (Querent is a fancy term for "the one who's asking the question.") The dominant energies fade in and out over time, changing places with each other in a fascinating, cyclic dance. I've never graphed the cycles, but I'm sure if I did it would make a pattern looking something like a braid, or a tapestry.

Some of the cycles can be short-term, as I've posted over the last couple of weeks. Others have a longer span of influence. See the early January posts, which give CycleCasts for the entire year of 2008. These energies are still influencing us and will continue to do so - they form an "overlay" that adds to whatever short-term cycle we're in.

Another thing about the cycles - they may or may not correspond with the calender. This suits me; when I began this blog I knew I never wanted to be locked into a fixed schedule. I know many forecasters of all persuasions do this - they give weekly or monthly updates, or whatever. My hat's off to them - but that ain't me, babe. I'll let the cycles tell me when they come in, and how long they'll last. When I combined my personal viewpoint with the nature of the energy patterns I've been working with - voila, CycleCast was born. Enjoy.

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