Ngetal / Reed Reed grows in clumps at the river's edge. Reed resembles an arrow by its thinness. It was at one time used to make arrows. It is symbolic of music, bagpipes and flutes. In the winter the villagers rethatched their roofs with reed for security in the cold ahead. Weavers used reed to separate threads and to beat the fibres before spinning. Reed indicates direct action, and finding direction and meanings to the purpose of your journey. Physical: You are able to find order where others find and create only chaos. Put this valuable skill to work. Take charge. Mental: Your results are as sure as the intentions with which you began. Keep your target in sight. Do not be distracted. Spiritual: Your journey has begun; surprise encounters & upsets are only to be expected. How you overcome these troubles is as valuable as the trip itself.
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