❤Learn the legend and folklore of this creature, with detailed stories and information on the back of the card as well as a Divination, Oracle, or Fortune in case you decide to build your collection of these cards and want to make a custom deck.
You could find value and determination in the strangest of places. Now is not the time to lie down and get defeated by life, it's time for you to make the best of whatever comes your way so that you can grow in the right direction. Even if things feel bleak or as if they may not be going how you'd have hoped, your determination and willingness to put in the work will be the final deciding factor in your success and happiness.
Most modern admirers consider it a symbol of fighting through the challenges of life and emerging victorious on the other side. Others use it as a visual reminder of the sun’s power, especially when depression or grief makes it hard to stay sunny. Of course, there is a long running folk belief that blowing out the white puffball of seeds that the flowers turns into will grant you one wish.
One legend surrounding these flowers was that the tallest dandelion stalk that a child could find in the early spring will show how much taller they will grow in the coming year. Dandelions have also been used as a variation on the daisy petal plucking past time of “he loves me, he loves me not” If you blow on a white dandelion head and every seed scatters then you are loved. If some seeds still cling to the stalk, then your intended has reservations about the relationship..
According to Scott Cunningham, author of over thirty books on herbs Dandelion is said to increase psychic abilities when taken as a tea.
A tea of the roots left steaming and placed beside the bed will call spirits to guide you and bring prophecy during sleep . Dandelion buried in the northwest corner of the house will bring good luck, and open doors to new and exciting things entering your life.
There were many different fortune telling techniques associated with blowing the seeds from a dandelion, thus it’s nickname of “Fortune Teller”some would say that the remaining seeds when the puffball, was thoroughly fluffered would represent how many a young girl might hope to have in her adulthood. Others claim that the number of seeds remaining after blowing the seed head, are how many years you have left to live. A common belief is that the number of seeds left is the time in years. Dandelions have also been used as a variation on the daisy petal plucking past time of “he loves me, he loves me not” If you blow on a white dandelion head and every seed scatters then you are loved. If some seeds still cling to the stalk, then your intended has reservations about the relationship.
❤Measures 4.2 x 5.5 inches
❤ High quality printing, so it can be displayed or framed.
This item is a pre-order and will begin to ship out by the end of JULY 2021