Daily Horoscopes

Saturday, May 11, 2013

Email readings

For the longest time I didn't do email readings but since I have had so many requests for them recently I have started to offer them again. I can offer you email readings on several sites, Liveperson, Keen, and now Bitwine. The prices are on the case by case basis but they will be reasonable and confidentiality is guaranteed as always. 

I will be posting links below to the various sites that I am on that will offer this service and keep watching this space for more fantastic offers to come. 





Monday, May 6, 2013

The Card of the day

Hi guys I'm back with today's card of the day, which is one of the major arcana cards and it's reversed. The Emperor

Introduction: The Emperor in reverse can tell us that we are giving our heart more credence than what our mind and logic is telling us. In general that is not a bad thing; but ideally we would be balancing both. Use your mind AND your heart, this reversed card tells us. You may be easily distracted now and could find it hard to maintain your concentration and focus. Yet drawing the reversed emperor indicates that concentration and focus is vital now.
General: When you draw the Emperor in reverse, an older man, likely to be dark-haired, may be rubbing you the wrong way now. Try to look beyond his exterior and consider what it is that he may have to offer you that can be of use. Don’t get too irritated if he is trying to tell you what you “should” do; take the parts of his advice which are useful and ignore the rest.
Work: The reversed Emperor can indicate that you are not much in the mood for structured, formal work right now. However, obviously, you may not have a choice. Do the best you can to exhibit the structure and order that your job requires of you, but make sure to give yourself at least little mini-breaks to help yourself cope, if necessary.
Love: Organization or lack thereof can become an issue when the reversed Emperor shows in a reading. If you consider yourself to be an orderly, methodical person, you may have fallen for someone who is not (or that could be about to happen.) Consider where or how compromises can be made. If you don’t the relationship has next to no chance of working. 
Finances: If you struggle with finances and you have drawn the Emperor reversed, you may well need to seek outside assistance. Look for someone who is good at logic, order, and being methodical in terms of setting up budgets, dealing with taxes and cash flow, and so on. You cannot afford to take a haphazard approach when this card appears in this context.
Health: Again this card in reverse points to a need to get outside advice and to be logical, methodical, and orderly about how you are managing your body and your health. Increased self-discipline may be helpful. If you are struggling with a health issue, insights may come if you take the time to write down your symptoms, track them, and then see if anything in your life corresponds with how you are feeling.
Spirituality: When the Emperor appears in reverse, it can be a signal that a helpful spiritual advisor, (likely to be male and older than the querent) is nearby. One must be cautious when accepting spiritual advice from a “guru.” No human being is perfect, and it’s important that you listen to your own thoughts and intuition no matter what others say about a guru or teacher who is in, or who will be coming into your life. Learn from this teacher, but do not discard yourself in the process.

Back to an old site

Due to things being very quiet in the industry at the moment I find my self relaunching on sites that I haven't been on for sometime. Including the other sites that I am currently on, you can now find me on bitwine.com again as well, for a really low price.

Here is my link feel free to share it far and wide guy's.

http://www.bitwine.com/users/26248

Saturday, May 4, 2013

How to spot your relationship if your relationship is bad

One of the biggest questions that we get as psychics, is 'does he/she want the relationship"? I must hear this question about a dozen times a day, in various forms. so I'm going to do a quick post here to try to answer that question to an extent, at least from a psychic perspective.


Very often I find that couples, get past the honeymoon phase of a relationship, with no clear clue or plan of how to consolidate their relationship or work on communication. for a very 'connected' generation, in terms of personal relationships we are very isolated and I find that the age group of late teens, to late twenties, have  not really learned interpersonal skills the way earlier generations have done in the past.

Instant graitification both with technology, and media has conditioned us to 'expect', hollywood relationships without any real effort, on our parts

So here are some simple tips to get the relationship that you really want to have rather than simply continuing to make the same mistakes over and over again.





1. work on communication

This is the biggest one that I see in couples, they meet, fall in love etc and are maybe together for a number of years, but when the relationship starts to falter, they realise that they don't know the person they are with, and never really did and the blame game starts. very often this is made worse by the fact that people are conditioned, women especially (sorry ladies) that they should be passive and let the guy do all the 'work'. In the real world it doesn't work that way.

So what is required is to talk to one another, find common ground, whether that is a shared interest or similar career paths, communication is in my opinion, having done over twenty five years as a psychic advisor, one of the main, building blocks of any relationship.

2. Trust

Another big issue I find here, is that very often a negative pattern is set up and we find people bouncing from one unsuitable relationship to another, often over a course of years, and for some it's like they are trying to 'fix' a bad relationship from their past by proxy through other people, without looking at the fundemental reasons for why they have trust issues.

What I suggest to clients, is to first and foremost take a long hard look at their own behaviour before, automatically blaming their partner. Very often I find that, the partner, they are currently with, has in fact gone out of their way to try to show that they can trusted only to be accused on a frequent basis of not being faithful or honest and this leads to a great deal of resentment which often leads to quite spectacular break ups, with blame being thrown about, and nothing constructive being resolved for either party.

3. Intimacy,

Now this is also a big one, without the foundation of the first two, ie trust and communication, what I find is that clients very quickly start to question the intimacy of the relationship, and one of the big questions here is, 'are they thinking about someone else while we're doing it'?  That I find is a very difficult question to answer because clients dont really want to hear the answer, they are happier allowing themselves to remain in the same negative patterns and content to pass the buck onto others, rather than take responsibility for their own actions.

As always questions and comments on these posts are appreciated, and I will try to answer them as best I can.




Friday, May 3, 2013

Happy Bealtaine guys

Well we have a belated happy beltaine, I have been focused on trying to build up flying pig pottery that I haven't had very much time to update the blog as much as I would like. We have finally come out of the darkness of winter up here in upstate NY and as my attention turns towards enjoying the upcoming summer, I think about the year that has passed and all the turmoil and upheaval that we both as people and as a nation have endured.

Bealtaine, reminds us that the winter while dark, cold and unpleasant will end and spring will begin, the rebirth of the land and a renewal of spirit for both ourselves and the old Gods that we still worship.  As a people while it might seem impossible for us to triumph we almost always do, and as we do so we grow and advance spiritually.



And on that note I say Blessed Be until next time. 

Yahoo group

So I was sitting here with some time on my hands and thought I would create a Yahoo group, this is going to be largely so that the audience, can explore all things psychic, ask questions, discuss issues of a paranormal/psychic nature and hopefully build a community online.  I have thought about doing this off and on but decided to take the plunge tonight.

Feel free to join up. here is the page link http://groups.yahoo.com/group/DavidJamesPsychicWisdom/


I really hope to build this to be a thriving metaphysical community, and I really hope you guys will join.  See you there. 


Friday, March 29, 2013

Have a happy easter folks

Have a great Easter folks, and here is a quick bit of history on the true origins of the festival.


Easter is celebrated the world over to mark the resurrection of Jesus Christ – the Son of God. The young and the old, the rich and the poor, man and woman and people of all races celebrate Easter. However, Easter has been commercialized to a large extent by companies manufacturing Easter related goods and items and the greeting card industry. It is important that in all the commercialization of this very important festival, one does not forget the history of Easter.

History Of Easter                                                        


Easter is one of the most celebrated festivals of the modern Christian church. According to St.Bede, an English historian of the eighteenth century, Easter owes its origin to the old Teutonic mythology. The name Easter was originally derived from the word Eostre. Eostre was the ancient Greek goddess of spring. It was believed that every year, Eostre returned to Earth after a long, cold winter and brought along with her the light and warmth of Spring. Thus, ancient Greeks held pagan festivals to welcome Eostre and herald the onset of spring.
The Pagan festivals always coincided with the vernal Equinox on the 21st of March every year. Though the Greek were not fully cognizant of why and when spring comes, they believed Eostre must be pleased to ensure that she returns year after year. The festivals were lavish feasts that celebrated the booming of new flowers, the chirping of birds, butterflies, and sunshine and in general the feeling of rejuvenation that is inherent of spring.
The Christian church however, changed the Pagan festival from a celebration of spring to a celebration of the resurrection of Jesus. In 325 A.D. the church also changed the date of the festival. The festival was no longer held on the spring equinox. Instead, as per the Church Council of Nicaea henceforth it was to be held on the very first Sunday following the full moon on or after the vernal equinox. Thus, today Easter is celebrated on different dates every year and can occur as early as March 22nd or as late as April 25th.
Some people even believe that Easter is related to the Hebrew celebration, the Jewish Passover. Passover is celebrated to mark the freedom of the Israelis from bondage and slavery after 300 years. It was during Passover in 30 A.D. that Christ was crucified for being blasphemous. The resurrection happened three days later on what is today known as Easter Sunday. The early Christians, many of whom were raised as Jews considered the resurrection and Easter as a new part of pascha. Thus the early celebration of Passover came to be celebrated as Good Friday and Easter.
Today grand scale events mark the celebration of Easter in the United States and across the globe. Many traditional symbols of Easter continue to dominate the scene while new traditions are being part of the festival too. Thus, Easter is a festival that denotes life, rejuvenation, renewal, rebirth and restoration of all beings on Earth. 

Monday, March 25, 2013

New coupon code on LP

Great news there is a new coupon code, for 25% off a live chat or phone session. Simply type the code, .MAR13C1 in the coupon code box, when you open your chat box and have the reading as normal, and the 25% will be automatically taken off the price of the session fee. 

Wednesday, March 20, 2013

Happy Ostara everyone

Well today, despite all the evidence to the contrary is Ostara, the first day of spring, on the ancient calendar, the time when we give thanks for making it through the darkness of winter and look forward to a warm summer with a ripe harvest for the fall.

Here is a little lore about this date.


Regrettably, there is a lot of ignorance among a lot of neo-pagans! One point
is the oft-repeated statement that "the ancients celebrated the wheel of the
year" with eight holidays, the "quarters" and the "cross-quarters."

Actually, the wheel of the year celebrations are entirely modern. In most of
the world, the "ancients" knew nothing of the eight holidays.  In fact, south
of the equator, they make no sense at all.  Midsummers would take place toward
the end of December!

Our Celtic ancestors celebrated some festivals similar to the modern ones, but
they borrowed the "quarters" (the equinoxes and the solstices) from the Roman
invaders.

Three examples:

First:  Harvesthome is usually celebrated at the autumnal equinox (around
September 21) by modern neo-pagans.  The German version of this is the
Oktoberfest, celebrated the end of September and the first week of October.
This is because that is the time the bulk of the harvest is completed.
Harvesthome originally was celebrated locally at that time -- when the bulk of
the harvest was done.  Only our scientifically minded moderns associate it with
the autumnal equinox.

Second:  Yule is often celebrated at the winter solstice.  This is completely
wrong.  The word "solstice" literally means the "standing still" of the sun
(which is around December 21).  The word Yule is from the Old German word "Jul"
meaning "a turning wheel."  Yule is the time the sun "turns" in the sky and
begins to climb up again.  This would be around December 25, when the turning
would first become apparent to the naked eye.  The Roman festival of Sol
Invictus (the "unconquerable sun") was on December 25, as were the birth of
Mithra (the Persian sun-god) and the Norse Yule.


Third:  (And now, at last, we get to Ostara!)  Ostara is often celebrated in
ignorance as the vernal equinox.  Ostara (or Eostre, or Easter) was the
Teutonic lunar goddess who was born each year at the vernal full moon (the next
full moon after the vernal equinox.)  Her symbols were the egg and the bunny
(if you look at the full moon you can plainly see an image of a rabbit leaping).

Each month, the moon goddess Eostre died (at the new moon) and stayed dead for
three days.  (There are, of course, three days to a new moon.)  At the full
moon, she came to full life (pregnant) and gave birth during the three days of
the full moon.  At the spring full moon (Ostara), she was said to give birth to
all the glories of springtime -- flowers, baby animals, new leaves, etc.

If any of this sounds familiar, the whole thing was borrowed by Christianity
for its own "Easter" celebration!

For pagans, Ostara is a time of joy in a renewed springtime.  It was the
ancient time of planting -- as it still is in many parts of the world.