Divinatory Drawing, January 13th, 2016
 
This is last night's divinatory drawing, which I finally finished inking this morning.

It took a while for an image to show up with this one, and when it did, it was an image of an abandoned cathedral, no doubt inspired by one of the many images of abandoned and overgrown churches that I've encountered in my perusal of blogs and photo sets dedicated to urban spelunking, which I have a fascination for.  No clue why there are fish swimming in the floor, other than the obvious Piscean overtones to the day's lunar aspects.  The cathedral itself is the result of the Sun/Jupiter trine that dominated Wednesday and is reinforced by tonight's Mercury cazimi placement in the heart of the Sun, a moment of illumination in the midst of retrograde.