Seeking further guidance into the whole Pagan woman head covering modesty thing, I drew two amulets to see what they had to tell me. I was only going in the bag after 1, but two came out. So who am I to argue?
The first brings a message of Honouring Choices, the second one of Self-Reliance.
I see a much more basic interpretation here though.
The sheela-na-gig with her bawdy pose is a female figure fully comfortable in her self and her sexuality.
The comb is fully associated with hair, and the act of combing one’s hair.
Together, they are telling me that a potent source of personal power is to be found in my hair. However, I have choices, and it is up to me to fully look at those choices and make my own decision, regardless of what may be asked or required of me.
- A personal reading on my future life path (mystic-minds.net)
- Amulets of the Goddess: Objects (NanLT @ Squidoo)