Rati is a Goddess of love, carnal desire, lust, passion and sexual pleasure. She is the daughter of Prajapati Daksha and chief consort of Kama , the god of love. She is depicted as a beautiful maiden, often alongside Kama.
God of the day
God of Water.
Suijin is a God of Water. He is the guardian of fishing folk, and patron of fertility, motherhood, and easy childbirth. The term refers to the heavenly and earthly manifestations of the benevolent Shinto divinity of water.
Abode: Water, Lakes, Ponds, Wells
Animals: Eels, Fish
Crystal of the Day!
Associated with hope, optimism, confidence, determination and material comfort. Heals energetic disturbances. Repels negative energy.
Tarot of the day:
Knight of Swords
Direct, Authoritative, Incisive, Knowledgeable, Logical
As Change and Movement: This is a card that indicates a time and environment of rapid changes. In the positive, there are rapid thoughts; ideas fly, problems and challenges quickly appear and are quickly solved. In the negative, there might be too much thinking. This is the most “Knight” of the Knights, meaning things will feel restlessness, will change direction in a blink, or go from zero-to-sixty in a second. There will be an inclination to argue. It could be frightening and worrying, but also mentally stimulating.
As a Teen or “Teen-like” Person: Too smart for his own good, the Knight of Swords is also too talkative. He/she is the sort to get into a dozen flame wars on a dozen internet chat sites. This is the sort of teen/teen-like person who will questions his teachers (bosses), likes to play devil’s advocate, and argue with his friends and family just for the sake of arguing.
Cool and logical, he can be very smart and amazing at problem-solving. This, however, can make him arrogant, cold, even cruel to those he views as not so bright. This sharp mind and sharp tongue can also lead him to spread gossip or nasty rumors just to see what will happen. He may be an internet troll or hacker and likely to cause serious trouble or get into serious trouble because of it. He fails to consider the consequences of his words, and can be uncaring about others feelings.
He is, however, a good Knight to have on your side, as he will find clever ways to win in battle. If there’s anything this knight will fight and die for, it is for freedom of information and speech.