The Recalcitrant Marion Gold
Batya Brings us Back to the Argentinean Palmist Series
Sunday, July 10, 2011
Back in Cleveland Heights the other night, guess who showed up on Skype? Marion Gold, the original Argentinean palmist I went to interview in Buenos Aires. Except when I arrived, she was off in Chile on a mountaintop channeling art and text for a new book and CD she is producing on the tarot; her own version.
At the time, I was preparing to go read palms at the National Women’s Music Festival in Middleton, Wisconsin, from which I just returned. So we made a date to Skype along the way. I tried to keep the date, but could find no Internet on the interstate in Indiana. Drats. Foiled again.
The third card in Marion Gold’s new palmistry deck, created entirely from her channeled art.
A few days later, after reading an expanding destiny line for a lawyer who was leaving her firm and taking 12 associate partners with her, encouraging a woman whose job was about to be cut (which I did not know at the time) to meditate on how to diversify her potential for multiple income streams, and pulling three cards recommending radical surgery for a woman in a wheel chair for being so obese she could not walk, we finally connected in a spare guest room of a sister of a friend, late at night.
“You look happy,” she said.
“I have just been doing readings for three days,” I answered.
“Yes people appreciate us when we do this work,” she agreed. Then she began to show me her artwork of Father Pio, the priest of the Casa Reduncion where Sheila Murphy had taken me in Uruguay. Marion says she goes there too and she would take me when I come back to Argentina.
Marion also sent me the text of her new book, which is about to be released, and the cover of one of the cards of her new deck, which she created entirely from her channeled art.
I told her that in my column I had been writing about how all the palmists I interviewed in Argentina were very elevated and advanced in the energy they were working with, as the cosmic energy being brought through in that area of South America was definitely leading through in the transformational gestalt of the planet. And that I couldn’t wait to get back.
She said she’d be waiting for me.