The fox is a sly and wily creature. She is always prepared for every situation and three steps ahead of everyone around her. She is alert, agile, and able. Above all other things, the fox is crafty and knows how to make the best of a bad situation. She thinks outside the box and uses whatever resources she has at her disposal to find a solution. You may get a fox card if you are about to get really smart about a certain situation or make a wise decision. It may be encouraging you to think like a fox and make that decision. Foxes are team players, but not at the detriment of themselves, so you should consider yourself first and foremost in this decision. A fox card may also be a sign that you may be robbed or swindled in the near future so take extra precautions when alone or in dangerous situations and make sure you are also super aware of your surroundings. A fox may be representative of a police station or lawyer’s office as well. The color most associated with a fox card, unsurprisingly, is the color red.
Foxes are often synonymous with arts and crafts, as being crafty, and generally indicate someone who is creative. You may need to think of a creative solution to a problem that has been plaguing you where another decision has not presented itself. For example, if you have a meeting where one person cannot attend, you may have to move that meeting to that person’s location. Or, you may have to multitask or compromise between two vested interests. Make sure that you keep yourself well protected and you serve your best interests first. Only then can you look out for the cubs and other animals within the Foxes’ den.
The symbol of the stork, often pictured in the cartoon form as a giant bird flying through the sky with a grin on his face and a baby bundle hanging from a stick he carries in his mouth, is very commonly associated with babies, having children, finding out you are pregnant, and other such dramatic news of maternity, or additions to the family. The stork has long been associated with this because of old wives tales and nursery rhymes where women tell their children that babies come from storks, who deliver the children to their new homes. Thinking about what this means with more fluidity, the stork card could indicate that a positive addition of any kind will be entering the home. This could be a new roommate, a family member visiting from out of town, a new piece of furniture, or even some construction or remodeling of the home or workspace. It could be a piece of good news that’s being delivered, perhaps even from far away, or even a very important, expensive, or fragile package that’s on it’s way. It may indicate an improvement in health, or a change in the reading of a medical test. It could be describing an upcoming promotion at work. It could also indicate a recovery from some type of addiction, a relocation, new home, new apartment, or anything that might yield or prompt a brand new chance at life or outlook at life. It is the chance to either start your life anew, start your adult life at 18, or have a chance at a rebirth or redo in life. The colors most often associated with storks are baby pink or baby blue. Baby blue especially is indicative of the sky, and the phrase the sky’s the limit — there’s no coincidence that storks bring their news through the air.
A fox and stork together can indicate a couple of things. It can indicate that a woman is pregnant with her second or third child, because she already knows what to expect and is going to be extremely smart and well versed about the maternity situation. It can also mean that a woman is educating herself on how to become pregnant, or other methods of expanding to a family, like surrogacy or adoption. It may even mean meeting new people. In a negative sense, a fox and stork could indicate a woman who is being sly by getting pregnant on purpose, perhaps to lure a man into a relationship that he may otherwise not have stayed involved in.
The Fox is represented by the number 14, and the Stork is represented by the number 17. When we combine them we get the number 31. Since 31 isn’t a single digit number, we add the 3 + 1 to get the number 4.
The number four goes very well with a home. There are four walls to every home, four sides to every window, four corners to every property. Without four, nothing would be complete. Four is a base, a stable base. It’s required to have four sides when you’re making a box, or building a house of cards. You need four legs on your desk or table or chair. Four holds things up, holds things together. You may double date in fours, but three’s a crowd. Five people results in a fifth wheel. Four is one of the most fundamental numbers that there can be, and without it, everything that we’ve built falls down. Four can also mean four days, four weeks, four months, four years. It can also symbolize that something will happen in the month of April. Beyoncé and Jay-Z have done a lot of things according to the number 4, which is very important to them. Both of their birthdays are on the 4th, and their wedding anniversary is 4-4 — they even have IV wedding ring tattoos. Beyoncé also has an album named 4, and has released albums on dates with four or adding up to four. Finally, their daughter Blue Ivy, is named a first name with 4 letters and a second name Ivy as a shout out to the roman numeral four.
The number four, when it comes to the fox and stork cards, may indicate the amount of time in which the change will happen or be announced. It may also just be indicating the familial aspect of it, as four is the number most closely associated with home.
When it comes to the Letter and Dog cards, the #9 likely indicates the time frame in which this news will present itself (9 days, 9 months, or 9 years). It may also be a sign that your friend is expecting and due in 9 months.
Action Items for Today -- Today you should learn as much as you can about any prospective additions to your family or social circle. This will make you extremely well informed and will limit anyone’s ability to take advantage of you or to play on your emotions. You will also be prepared for whatever comes your way.
Affirmation --“I will be wary and cautious about any possible addition to my family or social circle, and will read up on or inform myself of all of the things that may come with this new person. However, I will not become rude or jaded, I’ll be open to the infinite joys and happiness that this may bring me, because whether it’s within or out of my control, the new addition will be a wonderful thing.” Repeat this 2 or 3 times per day in a mirror for this entire week.