The Petit Etteilla Talks Blue-Green Algae

Lately, I’ve been hearing a lot of talk coming into my sphere about decalcifying one’s pineal gland. In metaphysical circles, the pineal gland is associated with the brow or ajna (sixth) chakra, also known as the third eye. The third eye is said to reveal insights of the future.

Since I work with my intuition often with my clients, as both a card reader and life coach, I started looking more deeply into decalcifying my own pineal gland.

In doing research, I found some things to try (and some things I was already doing, which was nice to know), and decided to pick one new thing to bring into the mix.

That one thing? A blue-green algae supplement.

On the day the supplement arrived, I was meditating, and felt a prompt to ask the cards about the process when I came out.

I reached for the Petit Etteilla, because I hadn’t turned to it for awhile (having been binging on playing card decks), and I was interested in seeing how it would answer such a question.

So, with deck in hand, I asked, “Will the blue-green algae supplement be helpful in decalcifying my pineal gland?”

The cards I pulled are, from right-to-left, 9 of Diamonds, King of Hearts, Ace of Diamonds (reversed), 10 of Hearts (reversed), and 10 of Clubs (reversed).

Cards are from the Petit Etteilla by B. P. Grimaud.

What first got my attention were the two 10 cards reversed, which can mean “waiting,” and I took this to mean waiting to see the results of taking the blue-green algae supplement.

For the 9 of Diamonds, I chose the word “poverty,” implying lack. Taking the blue-green algae, with the intention of decalcifying my pineal gland, implies that it’s not functioning/working the way it’s “supposed” to (lack).

The word that best fit the question with the King of Hearts is “characteristic.” Pairing the 9 of Diamonds with this, the Petit Etteilla talks of poverty with a characteristic, again suggesting that the blue-green algae is being taken due to a lack of functioning.

The word I chose from the Ace of Diamonds reversed is “note,” and I took this to mean to note (notice) what happens while taking the blue-green algae, to notice its effects.

For the 10 of Hearts reversed, I took the word “inheritance” to suggest something of value being received at a later point in time, remembering the pair of tens reversed said waiting would be involved.

And for the final card, 10 of Clubs reversed, I went with “the past.” This seemed to suggest to me, that in the end (last card in the line), I would return to a former state (the past), implying my pineal gland would become decalcified.

I’ve been taking the blue-green algae for almost a couple weeks now, and the one thing I’ve noticed so far is that I’m actually recalling more dream activity than I have for some time.

And, if I’ve learned anything about myself over the years, it’s that, for me, most things start with my dreams…

About James Himm

James Himm Mitchell, the Dreamer and Visionary of LifePlan Coaching & Consulting, LLC, works as an intuitive life coach, with a focus on personal growth and development. His specialties are Dream Decoding, Oracles (Tarot, playing cards, and Lenormand), and Energy Medicine (Reiki), and he uses those modalities coaching individuals to create the tools and develop the strategies that transform their lives.
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2 Responses to The Petit Etteilla Talks Blue-Green Algae

  1. Carolyn Self says:

    Hello James this is Carolyn again I like those videos that you made about the Kipper fin de Siecle meanings, but another question is what tarot cards coincide with the Kipper cards? For example; Eight of Pentacles would work with Tool & Labor, Seven of Swords, with the Theft card. Knowing the cards that coincide, would give a better and in-depth interetation of Kipper. So, what do you think? 🤔

    • James Himm says:

      Hi, Carolyn! I’m glad you enjoyed my Kipper card meaning series. Thanks again for being the inspiration for it.
      As for what Tarot cards might coincide with Kipper, the ones you cite could work. It might be easier to just consider the more “situational” cards in the deck; the “people” cards might be a bit more tricky (just as the Court Cards can be for people reading Tarot).

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