Sunday, July 17, 2011

Harry Potter: the End of an Era

I am going to see the last of the Harry Potter movies today, and while I am very excited about it, I hate to see it come to an end. When the last book came out it was several months before I read it, and it took me at least a month to finish it, because I just didn't want it to be over. I drew two cards from Tarot of the Sweet Twilight (English and Spanish Edition) about the film (not wanting to be specific), and got the following:

It looks like Justice is finally going to happen. Actually, my initial reaction was about opening a can of whoop...well, you get the idea. Notice the snake in the background of justice, along with the sword. I can't wait to see what that's about. Remember the killing of the Basilisk?Also, there are a few references to music on this card, so I will be sure to pay special attention to the soundtrack.

I've never really thought of Harry Potter as the King of Chalices, but I love the imagery on this card. He is practically made out of books! The cups are about emotions, and it will be very emotional for me today to see this great saga come to an end. I am sure the movie will be very emotional in general, given that it is the apex and ending.

In general, I am not happy when things come to an end. This is something it has taken me years to figure out, and it shows up in very subtle (and a few not so subtle) ways. But more on that tomorrow. 

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  1. It definitely is the end of an era :(
    But at least we had a good time, eh?
    I think those cards are quite accurate for the situation though, justice definitely happens :D

  2. Letting go isn't easy for me, either. But with time, I am learning that when something good ends, it can make room for something else new and wonderful that I wouldn't want to miss, either. And that helps. So, my advice is to turn your thoughts forward in anticipation of life's next amazing gift to you.


  3. Thanks for not giving it away, Charlotte!

    Orea, it's funny you say that - I just posted something about that on my other blog a few days ago:

    I just followed your blog, too. Really like your posts. :)

  4. I thought I was the only one that didn't like endings and does everything in my power at prolonging a book from ending. I see now I am not alone :)

    Ame come back and add your link to the hop I saw your post saying you were in but I think you forgot to add your link