The Faeries’ Oracle: May 25, 2016 – “Honesty”


Good evening World! 🐱

What a pleasure it is to make my way back to the blogging world. I hope everyone has been well! ♥ 

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     Today I have a special treat for you guys! I wanted to pull some cards from my Faeries’ Oracle deck today for myself but I had a sudden spark of inspiration to think on a much larger scale. I’ve never done an oracle reading for the whole world before, but there’s no harm in trying. So today I meditated on my deck and each and everyone of you were on my mind and in my faery thoughts. I meditated on the advice and messages that need to be shown to each and every person on this planet for the day of Wednesday, May 25, 2016; the card I drew was “Honesty”, upright. Let’s see what “Honesty’ has in store for us today!


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From the book “The Faeries’ Oracle: Working with the Faeries’ to find Insight, Wisdom and Joy”-Briand Froud, Text By Jessica Macbeth

     “Card 40 — Honesty

Honesty. Compassion. Tact. Self-deceit

Just look at him! Could you doubt for a moment that he sees you just as you are? And loves you anyway?

     In plant form, which is how we may see him most often, Honest makes lovely purple flowers in the spring and later on produces those silvery-white circular seed pods, like small images of the full moon. These little earth-moon seed pods remind us to reflect upon our reactions and feelings, to throw light into our darknesses, and to deal honestly with ourselves and others.

     Honesty’s other botanical names are Moonwort, Satin Flower, Silver Dollar, Moneywort, Dollar Plant, Penny Flower, Bolbonac, and, on Monday, the moon’s day, he is Lunaria annua. Honesty is said to repel monsters. I don’t have any monsters handy to check this out on, but I can certainly see the metaphorical truth in it. He is also known as Unshoe-the-Horse because of his habit of the Earl of Essex on the White Downs in Devonshire, near Tiverton. Let that be a lesson to you not to tread Honesty underfoot.

Starter Reading — Honesty in a reading speaks, unsurprisingly, of the need for straight dealing and truth in representation. We need to be scrupulously honest here, making certain there is no room for confusion or misunderstanding, no fuzzy edges. Both written and verbal agreements need to be completely clear. Assumptions may not be as well understood by all parties as we are assuming and they need to be tested for comprehension.

     On a personal level, Honesty reminds us not only to be clear in what we say and do, but also to act and speak with compassion and tact. Brutal honesty is not usually true honesty at all but somehow slanted toward the worst. Dishonesty, even in the name of tact, is not helpful either. Balancing on that fine line of loving honesty may take some effort, but will provide rich rewards. Honest humility, idealism, and clarity of mind are some of the advantages of honesty.”


    My interpretation of Honesty, is maybe a more subtle, openly defeated, but proud perspective of the concept of Honesty, truth. How honest can one be? I can be honest with myself and still hurt another. Is that wrong? No. What if a person hurt me while being honest are they in the wrong because I’m hurting? Absolutely not. Its how a person reacts to Honesty that determines whether or not its a good source of information for them to believe or not. If its “true” to that person that doesn’t necessarily mean its true to you; its how you use the “truth” to alter your reality. Is it your’s or that person’s fault? No, otherwise we would be engulfed by what makes other’s happy instead of ourselves. That doesn’t mean that you treat others like the bottom of your shoe, just means you have to be more aware of the choices you make that manifest the paths you walk on. Every choice you make not only affects yourself, but also those around you. How do you think we’ve created the world we live in today? We each take an equal part in manifesting what it is we see. It’s all a Balance.

     Honesty, to me, seems like he’s vulnerable. He’s exposed and is somewhat defeated. He doesn’t feel like the loser though, he’s relieved. He has a sort of sadness in his eyes, but I don’t think its due to his own sadness. It’s the sadness people project from the consequences and events of honesty. There’s some light illuminating certain parts of his body. It starts from his Heart, leads past his throat, all the way to the crown of his head. He has this aura around him that gives off a “I told you the truth, so what are you going to say? How are you going to react?” It gives off the feeling of anxiousness, tension building up and the uneasy feeling you get every time you tell the truth because you never know how a person will react. Being honest is a powerful thing. So tread carefully. Whether its being completely honest with yourself or with others, even if you like that person or not. The light from his heart, throat and crown symbolizes that you must find it in your heart to find the love to manifest what you feel into words to flow through your throat to speak the truth. You use your mind (crown) to embrace the action of love to light the darkness in your mind that blocks you from creating your honesty. You always have to take in consideration how much energy you put into the universe when your being honest. It’s a lot! Reason why people aren’t honest quite that often. May seem easy but it is not!! Not a lot of people see this side of Honesty. 

     So this evening ladies and gentlemen, try to think of honesty as a powerful, fragile force. It can make or break someone. Be very appreciative and grateful when you do experience honesty because it’s a beautiful freedom. Clarity and Love can only grow from honesty. Sometimes its the toughest thing to act on though, but its rewarding. Just be mindful of the other face of Honesty, he has feelings too, ya know? He hates seeing people cry and upset, he hates to hear people yell and get angry. He wants balance. Be wary but be honest. 


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Thanks Guys for reading! Hope this was somewhat helpful and enjoyable!

‘Till next time Star Lovers 

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