Like many of you, I'm on a spiritual journey and it's good to know you're not the only one on the planet having these weird experiences.

Latest Post As You Move Up in Frequency, Random Pieces Will Begin to Fit Together by Christine Elaine Springer public

Welcome to 1212 Energy! My name is Christine Elaine and I'm the founder and creator of this website. Like many of you, I'm on a spiritual journey and have found myself using various oracles to light the next steps on my journey.

I have been studying tarot and astrology for the last fifteen years. My favorite tarot decks are The Gilded Tarot, by Barbara Moore and Ciro Marchetti, and The Steampunk Tarot, also by Barbara Moore and Aly Fell.

Like many tarot students, I learned to read tarot with the Rider-Waite deck. I think Rider-Waite is the best deck to learn with because many of the oracle decks are loosely based on the same symbols as used in Rider-Waite. Once you understand Rider-Waite, it makes it a lot easier to interpret other oracle decks and other tarot decks.

Depending on the particular subject area I am asking about, I may use an oracle deck instead of Tarot. I find that sometimes Tarot is really chatty and goes off on a tangent!

My favorite oracle decks are the Messages from Your Angels deck by Doreen Virtue, Wisdom of the Hidden Realms by Colette Baron-Reid, the Enchanted Map by Colette Baron-Reid, the Energy Oracle Cards by Sandra Anne Taylor.

For those of you into astrology, I'm a Cancer Sun with an Aries Ascendant. I became obsessed with astrology after starting my own business in 2007 and wanted to know when the business would finally take off. There are few things in my life that have held my interest, but astrology, tarot and spirituality are among them.

Today I use a mixture of astrology, tarot and oracle decks to get answers to the questions I'm asking. The deck sometimes depends on the subject I'm asking about. It's often quicker to use a different deck or even the I Ching.

For example, the Angels deck has a card specific to pets, so if i'm asking about a pet, I'll use that deck. Similarly, the Energy deck is really good for understanding hidden dynamics in certain situations. The Wisdom deck is great for asking about work and career questions.

These are just some examples of my own relationships with my card decks. Your experiences might be different with your decks.

Sometime around 2009 I started seeing repeating numbers. I saw 11:11 first, the number that many awakening people start seeing first. This is like the cosmic "Hello and welcome to your awakening" from the Universe.

I saw 555 during my Uranus return, which was a time of major instability. I see repeating 5's and 6's when there's money arriving soon.

I see repeating 1's and 4's which have something to do with Uranus and awakening – I still haven't figured this one out yet! Every so often I get a new set of numbers that repeat, and the most recent change is repeating 7's and 2's, which are about good news arriving or happy times ahead.

The 1212, 212, 112, 221, 2121 and other patterns with repeating 1's and 2's have been with me for at least the last year. I have come to understand 1212 as being about major changes to the person I am on the inside. As within, so without. Every time you level up on the inside, your external reality must also shift.

I've had two timeline collapses in the last five years. Timeline collapses are when things fall apart and nothing you do will fix them. All you can do is surrender and let it take its course. I understood there would be bigger changes for me during this time because I understood my astrology.

There are six eclipses on the Cancer/Capricorn axis in this current eclipse cycle. There are also two major outer planets transiting Capricorn and a rare conjunction that is lining up for January 12, 2020. (And there's that 1/12 number again!).

I'll be doing monthly readings and energy updates for each signs depending on what I feel guided to share with you as we head through this time of massive change.

It's going to be OK!

Christine Elaine Springer

Published 3 years ago